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Bella Lewitzky (1916–2004)

Bella Lewitzky was born on January 13, 1916 in Llano del Rio, California, USA as Bella Rebecca Lewitzky. She is known for her work on White Savage (1943), Bagdad (1949) and Prehistoric Women (1950). She was married to Newell Taylor Reynolds. She died on July 16, 2004 in Pasadena, California. See full bio »

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Known For

White Savage
White Savage Specialty Dancer
(1943)
Bagdad
Bagdad Miscellaneous Crew
(1949)
Prehistoric Women
Prehistoric Women Miscellaneous Crew
(1950)
Tripoli
Tripoli Miscellaneous Crew
(1950)

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 1944 Phantom Lady
Dancer (uncredited)
 1943 White Savage
Specialty Dancer
 1943 Rhythm of the Islands
Dancer (uncredited)
 1942 Moonlight in Havana
Dancer (uncredited)
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 1950 Tripoli (choreographer)
 1950 Prehistoric Women (dance stager)
 1949 Bagdad (choreographer)
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 1993 Genius on the Wrong Coast (Documentary)
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In 1991, she successfully sued the National Endowment for the Arts over the anti-obscenity clause in grant contracts, arguing that artists ought to have the right to produce work that may be viewed by some as obscene. See more »

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