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Silent Movie (16-Jun-1976)

Director: Mel Brooks

Writers: Mel Brooks; Ron Clark; Rudy DeLuca; Barry Levinson

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Anne Bancroft
Actor
17-Sep-1931 6-Jun-2005 Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate
Mel Brooks
Film Director
28-Jun-1926   Blazing Saddles
James Caan
Actor
26-Mar-1940   Vegas
Sid Caesar
Comic
8-Sep-1922   Your Show of Shows
Charlie Callas
Comic
20-Dec-1924 27-Jan-2011 Malcolm Argos on Switch
Ron Carey
Actor
11-Dec-1935 16-Jan-2007 Officer Levitt on Barney Miller
Valerie Curtin
Actor
31-Mar-1945   Judy Bernly on 9 to 5
Dom DeLuise
Actor
1-Aug-1933 4-May-2009 Cannonball Run
Fritz Feld
Actor
15-Oct-1900 18-Nov-1993 Bringing Up Baby
Marty Feldman
Comic
8-Jul-1933 2-Dec-1982 Eye-gor in Young Frankenstein
Harold Gould
Actor
10-Dec-1923 11-Sep-2010 Martin Morganstern on Rhoda
Howard Hesseman
Actor
27-Feb-1940   Dr. Johnny Fever on WKRP in Cincinnati
Barry Levinson
Film Director
6-Apr-1942   Rain Man
Marcel Marceau
Performance Artist
22-Mar-1923 22-Sep-2007 Mime, created Bip the clown
Liza Minnelli
Singer
12-Mar-1946   Cabaret
Paul Newman
Actor
26-Jan-1925 26-Sep-2008 Salad dressing magnate
Bernadette Peters
Actor
28-Feb-1948   It Runs in the Family
Burt Reynolds
Actor
11-Feb-1936   Moustached Cannonball Run actor
Jack Riley
Actor
30-Dec-1935   Elliot Carlin on The Bob Newhart Show
Henny Youngman
Comic
16-Mar-1906 24-Feb-1998 Take my wife, please

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