|Directed by||Roger Corman|
|Produced by||Gene Corman|
|Written by||Bob Barbash|
|Music by||Les Baxter|
|Box office||46,446 admissions (France)|
Target: Harry (also known as How to Make It and the original title What's in it for Harry?) is a 1969 thriller film directed by Roger Corman. The film was originally meant as a television pilot for the American Broadcasting Company. Rather than show it as a made for television film, the film was released theatrically as How to Make It. The film was shot in Monaco and Turkey in 1967 with Monte Hellman editing the film in 1968. Roger Corman took his name off the film and credited himself as "Henry Neill".
The film currently holds a 4.3/10 user rating on IMDb.
- Box office information for Roger Corman films in France at Box Office Story
- p. 168 Nasr, Constantine Roger Corman: Interviews Univ. Press of Mississippi, 13 Sep 2011
- pp.72-73 Stevens, Brad Monte Hellman: His Life and Films McFarland, 18 Mar 2003
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