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Bernard Newman (I) (1903–1966)


Brother-in-law of Ruby Keeler and Gertrude Keeler. See more trivia »

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Known For

Top Hat
Top Hat Costume Designer
Swing Time
Swing Time Costume Designer
Follow the Fleet
Follow the Fleet Costume Designer
Roberta Costume Designer


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 1948 Hazard
 1947 Deep Valley
 1938 Vivacious Lady (costumes)
 1936 More Than a Secretary (gowns)
 1936 Smartest Girl in Town (gowns)
 1936 Theodora Goes Wild (gowns)
 1936 Adventure in Manhattan (gowns)
 1936 Walking on Air (gowns)
 1936 Swing Time (gowns)
 1936 The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (gowns)
 1936 The Witness Chair (gowns)
 1936 The Farmer in the Dell (uncredited)
 1936 Follow the Fleet (gowns)
 1936 The Lady Consents (gowns)
 1936 Two in the Dark (gowns)
 1935 I Dream Too Much (gowns)
 1935 In Person (gowns)
 1935 Top Hat (gowns)
 1935 The Nitwits (uncredited)
 1935 Break of Hearts (gowns)
 1935 Star of Midnight (gowns)
 1935 Roberta (gowns)
Show Show Costume and Wardrobe Department (11 credits)

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Attended the Art Student's League in Paris before spending twelve years at Bergdorf-Goodman in New York, initially as a window dresser. He eventually worked his way up to chief designer. He then moved to Hollywood, working at RKO from 1934 to 1936, designing gowns for several musicals starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. He returned to Bergdorf-Goodman afterward, but continued working for ... See more »

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