Considering that he was one of the major pulp fiction writers of the pre-WW2 era it’s somewhat surprising that relatively few of Robert E. Howard’s stories have been adapted for film. There’s Conan the Barbarian of course, and the recent (and rather underrated) Solomon Kane. The early 60s horror anthology series Thriller (the one hosted by Boris Karloff) featured a fairly good adaptation of one of Howard’s best stories, Pigeons From Hell. And I think there was a King Kull movie in the 80s?
Apart from Pigeons From Hell did any other Robert E. Howard’s stories get adapted for television in the numerous science ficton/mystery/horror anthology TV series that were so popular from the 1950s right through to the early 1970s?