The Emmy-nominated TV and film helmer whose movies included Elvis vehicle Change of Habit and 1991’s Return to the Blue Lagoon died September 12 of complications from pneumonia, per the LA Times. He was 87. William A. Graham was a prolific small screen director with credits directing episodes of The Fugitive, Batman, 12 O’Clock High, and The X-Files as well as TV movies The Hunt For The Unicorn Killer, Elvis and the Colonel: The Untold Story, and Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones which nabbed him a 1980 Emmy nomination for outstanding directing.
R.I.P. Director William A. Graham
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