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George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey (25-Sep-1984)

Director: George Stevens, Jr.

Keywords: Documentary, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Fred Astaire
Dancer
10-May-1899 22-Jun-1987 Broadway ballroom dancer
Warren Beatty
Actor
30-Mar-1937   Dick Tracy
Pandro S. Berman
Film/TV Producer
28-Mar-1905 13-Jul-1996 Top RKO producer, Ivanhoe
Frank Capra
Film Director
18-May-1897 3-Sep-1991 It's A Wonderful Life
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
Actor
9-Dec-1909 7-May-2000 Sinbad the Sailor
Cary Grant
Actor
18-Jan-1904 29-Nov-1986 North by Northwest
Katharine Hepburn
Actor
12-May-1907 29-Jun-2003 The Philadelphia Story
John Huston
Film Director
5-Aug-1906 28-Aug-1987 The Maltese Falcon
Rouben Mamoulian
Film Director
8-Oct-1897 4-Dec-1987 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Film Director
11-Feb-1909 5-Feb-1993 The Barefoot Contessa
Joel McCrea
Actor
5-Nov-1905 20-Oct-1990 Ride the High Country
Alan J. Pakula
Film Director
7-Apr-1928 19-Nov-1998 All the President's Men
Hermes Pan
Choreographer
10-Dec-1909 19-Sep-1990 Choreographer for Astaire and Rogers
Millie Perkins
Actor
12-May-1938   The Diary of Anne Frank
Hal Roach
Film/TV Producer
14-Jan-1892 2-Nov-1992 Brilliant comedy producer
Ginger Rogers
Dancer
16-Jul-1911 25-Apr-1995 The Gay Divorcee
Irwin Shaw
Playwright
27-Feb-1913 16-May-1984 Rich Man, Poor Man
Max von Sydow
Actor
10-Apr-1929   The Exorcist
Fred Zinnemann
Film Director
29-Apr-1907 14-Mar-1997 From Here to Eternity

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