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The Mystery of Natalie Wood (10-Feb-2004)

Director: Peter Bogdanovich

Writer: Elizabeth Egloff

Based on a book by: Suzanne Finstad; Warren G. Harris

Keywords: Drama, Biography

Documentary traces the career and tragic life of actress Natalie Wood.

ABSTRACT
Utilizing a combination of archive footage and interviews with industry figures and intimate characters from the actress's life, The Mystery of Natalie Wood examines the career of Hollywood star Natalie Wood, following her through from a start in child acting through to a successful transition to adult acting, romances with Robert Wagner and other figures of the era, and an untimely death from drowning at the age of forty-three.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
George Chakiris
Actor
16-Sep-1934   West Side Story
Colin Friels
Actor
25-Sep-1952   Det. Holloway on Water Rats
Henry Jaglom
Film Director
26-Jan-1941   Déjà Vu
Alice Krige
Actor
28-Jun-1954   Borg Queen
Paul Mazursky
Film Director
25-Apr-1930   Down and Out in Beverly Hills
Sophie Monk
Singer
14-Dec-1979   Calendar Girl
John Noble
Actor
20-Aug-1948   Dr. Walter Bishop on Fringe
Margaret O'Brien
Actor
15-Jan-1937   Meet Me in St. Louis
Matthew Settle
Actor
17-Sep-1969   Band of Brothers
Rachael Taylor
Actor
11-Jul-1984   Transformers
Robert Vaughn
Actor
22-Nov-1932   Napoleon Solo on The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Justine Waddell
Actor
4-Nov-1976   Tess of the D'Urbervilles
Michael Weatherly
Actor
8-Jul-1968   Navy NCIS
Lana Wood
Actor
1-Mar-1946   Diamonds Are Forever

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