Sandy Howard (August 1, 1927 – May 16, 2008) was an American film producer and television producer. A native of the Bronx, New York City, Howard wrote short stories for publication in magazines like Liberty, and worked as a publicist for Broadway shows until he became a director for the Howdy Doody show at the age of nineteen; he later produced the Captain Kangaroo show.
He contributed as writer on Vice Squad (1982).
- The Bronze Wrangler from the 1971 Western Heritage Awards, for A Man Called Horse (shared with director Elliot Silverstein, writer Jack DeWitt, and actors Judith Anderson, Jean Gascon, Corinna Tsopei and Richard Harris).
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