Herbert Strock (January 13, 1918 - November 30, 2005) was an American B-movie director behind such titles as I Was a Teenage Frankenstein, How to Make a Monster and The Crawling Hand.
In a television career that began in the 1940s, Strock many television series including Highway Patrol, Sky King, Sea Hunt and Maverick.
Other directorial efforts included Blood of Dracula (a 1957 film in which a disturbed teenage girl at a boarding school becomes a vampire through hypnosis) and Ivan Tors' "Office of Scientific Investigation trilogy, which included The Magnetic Monster, Riders to the Stars and Gog, shot in 3-D.
Struck graduated from USC in 1941. He served in the Army's Ordnance Motion Picture Division before becoming an assistant editor on the 1944 film Gaslight for MGM.