With many great film credits under his belt, Norman Tokar had an impressive career as a director. Tokar kickstarted his career by directing comedies like "A Tiger Walks" (1964) and "Those Calloways" (1964) with Brian Keith. Tokar's next directing projects were films such as "A Tiger Walks" (1964) and the adaptation "Those Calloways" (1964) with Brian Keith. He continued to work in film in the sixties, directing motion pictures like the Dean Jones comedy "The Ugly Dachsund" (1966), "Follow Me, Boys!" (1966) with Fred MacMurray and the Fred MacMurray comedy adaptation "Happiest Millionaire" (1967). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit" (1968) with Dean Jones. In the latter part of his career, Tokar continued his focus on film, directing "Where the Red Fern Grows" (1974), "The Apple Dumpling Gang" (1975) with Bill Bixby and the David Niven comedy "No Deposit, No Return" (1976). He also appeared in "Candleshoe" (1977). Tokar last directed the fantastical comedy "The Cat From Outer Space" (1978) with Ken Berry. Norman Tokar passed away in April 1979 at the age of 60.