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|Genre/Form:||Academy Award films
Personal narratives Drama
|Named Person:||Anne Frank; Anne Frank|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George Stevens; Anne Frank
"From the play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, based on the book Anne Frank : the diary of a young girl"--Videodisc sleeve.
Credits supplied from: Internet movie database, October 31, 2003; videodisc sleeve.
Originally distributed by 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation.
Playing time on release was 180 min., according to: Internet movie database, October 31, 2003.
Laserdisc release includes the original walk-in, intermission and exit music.
Copyright notice on videodisc sleeve: c1959, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, renewed 1987, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.
Won Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actress (Shelley Winters), Cinematography (Black and White) and Art Direction--Set Direction (Black and White).
|Credits:||Original music by Alfred Newman; cinematography by William C. Mellor; film editing by David Bretherton, William Mace and Robert Swink; art direction by George W. Davis and Lyle R. Wheeler; set decoration by Stuart A. Reiss and Walter M. Scott; costume design by Mary Wills; executive wardrobe designer, Charles Le Maire; makeup artist, Ben Nye; hair stylist, Helen Turpin; special photographic effects, L.B. Abbott.|
|Cast:||Starring Millie Perkins as Anne Frank. Joseph Schildkraut (Otto Frank), Shelley Winters (Mrs. Petronella van Daan/Auguste van Pels), Gusti Huber (Mrs. Edith Frank), and Ed Wynn (Mr. Albert Dussell/Dr. Friedrich "Fritz" Pfeffer). Richard Beymer (Peter van Daan/Peter van Pels); Lou Jacobi (Mrs. Hans van Daan/Hermann van Pels); Diane Baker (Margot Frank); Douglas Spencer (Harry Kraler/Victor Gustav Kugler); Dodie Heath (Hermine "Miep" Santrouschitz Gies).|
|Responsibility:||20th Century-Fox Film Corporation ; produced and directed by George Stevens ; associate producer, George Stevens, Jr. ; screenplay by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett.|
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