|Occupation(s)||Screenwriter, film director|
Howard Franklin is an American screenwriter and film director, known for such films as The Name of the Rose and his three collaborations with Bill Murray: Quick Change, Larger than Life, and The Man Who Knew Too Little. His other films include The Public Eye, about a 1940s tabloid photographer modeled on the photojournalist Weegee and starring Joe Pesci; Someone to Watch Over Me and The Big Year.
|1984||Romancing the Stone||No||Uncredited||No||Script revisions|
|1986||The Name of the Rose||No||Yes||No||Co-written with Andrew Birkin, Gérard Brach and Alain Godard|
|1987||Someone to Watch Over Me||No||Yes||No|
|1990||Quick Change||Yes||Yes||No||Co-directed with Bill Murray|
|1992||The Public Eye||Yes||Yes||No|
|1996||Larger than Life||Yes||No||No|
|1997||The Man Who Knew Too Little||No||Yes||No||Co-written with Robert Farrar|
|2011||The Big Year||No||Yes||No|
|2015||The King of 7B||No||Yes||Yes||Made-for-television film|
Co-written with Dan Fogelman
- Canby, Vincent (September 24, 1986). "The Name of the Rose (1986) FILM: MEDIEVAL MYSTERY IN 'NAME OF THE ROSE'". The New York Times.
- "Howard Franklin". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. 2014. Archived from the original on 2014-01-14.
- Andreeva, Nellie (7 December 2012). "Craig Ferguson To Topline ABC Comedy Pilot 'The King of 7B'". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 5 October 2022.