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A Star Is Born (1954) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

George Cukor

Writing Credits  

Moss Hart ... (screenplay)
 
Dorothy Parker ... (1937 screenplay) &
Alan Campbell ... (1937 screenplay) &
Robert Carson ... (1937 screenplay)
 
William A. Wellman ... (1937 story) and
Robert Carson ... (1937 story)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

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Danny McGuire (as Tom Noonan)
Lucy Marlow ...
Lola Lavery
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Susan Ettinger
Irving Bacon ...
Graves
Hazel Shermet ...
Libby's Secretary
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Glenn Williams
Laurindo Almeida ...
Guitarist (uncredited)
Rudolph Anders ...
Mr. Ettinger (uncredited)
David Armstrong ...
Soundman (uncredited)
Phil Arnold ...
Agent #3 (uncredited)
Nadine Ashdown ...
Esther - Age 6 (uncredited)
Gertrude Astor ...
Racetrack Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Baker ...
Father (uncredited)
Richard H. Bauman ...
Malibu Party Guest (uncredited)
George Becwar ...
Assistant Director (uncredited)
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Studio Executive at Premiere (uncredited)
Rodney Bell ...
Malibu Party Guest (uncredited)
Tom Blakiston ...
Young Man (uncredited)
Oscar Blanke ...
Vagrant #2 (uncredited)
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McBride (uncredited)
Marshall Bradford ...
Academy Awards Attendee (uncredited)
Ruth Brady ...
Malibu Party Guest (uncredited)
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Man at Funeral (uncredited)
Sheila Bromley ...
Shrine Auditorium Reporter (uncredited)
Paul Bryar ...
Bartender at Racetrack (uncredited)
Benny Burt ...
Courtroom Reporter (uncredited)
Kathryn Card ...
Landlady (voice) (uncredited)
John Carlyle ...
Assistant Director (uncredited)
Ross Carmichael ...
Photographer (uncredited)
Chick Chandler ...
Man in Car at Diner (uncredited)
Samuel Colt ...
Stage Manager / Sammy (uncredited)
Heinie Conklin ...
Benefit Comedy Team Member (uncredited)
Charles J. Conrad ...
Assistant Director (uncredited)
Tom Cound ...
Price Waterhouse Man (uncredited)
Russell Custer ...
Courtroom Officer (uncredited)
Blythe Daley ...
Ms. Nora Fusselow (uncredited)
Havis Davenport ...
Paramount Starlet (uncredited)
Jerry DeCoe ...
Autograph Hound (uncredited)
Eddie Dew ...
Assistant Director at Train Station (uncredited)
Alan DeWitt ...
Makeup Artist #1 (uncredited)
Joe Dougherty ...
Makeup Man #3 (uncredited)
Robert Dumas ...
Drummer (uncredited)
Helen Eby-Rock ...
Shrine Auditorium Reporter (uncredited)
Jack Ellis ...
Pinkerton Detective (uncredited)
Jean Engstrom ...
Malibu Party Guest (uncredited)
Rex Evans ...
Academy Awards Emcee (uncredited)
Franklyn Farnum ...
Ray (uncredited)
Timothy Farrell ...
Bailiff (uncredited)
Frank Ferguson ...
Judge George J. Barnes (uncredited)
Gordon Finn ...
Shrine Auditorium Photographer (uncredited)
George Fisher ...
George (uncredited)
Elizabeth Flournoy ...
Shrine Auditorium Reporter (uncredited)
Bess Flowers ...
Academy Awards Attendee (uncredited)
Almeda Fowler ...
Malibu Party Guest (uncredited)
Nacho Galindo ...
José Rodriguez (uncredited)
Wilton Graff ...
Shrine Auditorium Emcee (uncredited)
Joe Green ...
Agent #1 (uncredited)
Michael Hail ...
Rails (uncredited)
Robert Haines ...
2nd Assistant Director (uncredited)
Charles Halton ...
Paymaster #1 (uncredited)
Joseph Hamilton ...
Agent #2 (uncredited)
Jack Harmon ...
Dancer - 'Gotta Have Me Go With You' Number (uncredited)
Sam Harris ...
Benefit Attendee / Racetrack Spectator (uncredited)
Michael Hathaway ...
Agent (uncredited)
Ray Heindorf ...
Himself - at Movie Premiere Party (uncredited)
Percy Helton ...
William Gregory (uncredited)
Louis Jean Heydt ...
Ocean Scene Director (uncredited)
Al Hill ...
Shrine Auditorium Photographer (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes ...
Melancholy Baby Number Spectator (uncredited)
Olin Howland ...
Charley (uncredited)
Robert F. Hoy ...
Soundman (uncredited)
James Hyland ...
Assistant Announcer (uncredited)
Bob Jellison ...
Eddie (uncredited)
Jay Johnson ...
Musician (uncredited)
Arlene Karr ...
Malibu Party Guest (uncredited)
Jack Kenney ...
Nightclub Man #1 (uncredited)
Tom Kingston ...
Reporter (uncredited)
Cele Kirk ...
Reporter at Shrine Auditorium (uncredited)
George Kitchel ...
Reporter (uncredited)
Allen Kramer ...
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Frank Kreig ...
Man at Funeral (uncredited)
Henry Kulky ...
Cuddles (uncredited)
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Esther's Neighbor (uncredited)
Paul Levitt ...
Malibu Party Guest (uncredited)
Gloria Lewin ...
Oleander Arms Landlady (uncredited)
Carey Loftin ...
Signboard Man #2 (uncredited)
Frank Marlowe ...
Shrine Auditorium Photographer (uncredited)
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Malibu Party Guest (uncredited)
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Delivery Boy (uncredited)
Louis Mason ...
Doorman (uncredited)
Nita Mathews ...
Dancer - 'Born in a Trunk' Number (uncredited)
Ila McAvoy ...
Mother - 'Born in a Trunk' Number (uncredited)
Jack McCoy ...
Father - 'Born in a Trunk' Number (uncredited)
Don McKay ...
Dancer - 'Gotta Have Me Go With You' Number (uncredited)
Heidi Meadows ...
Esther - Age 3 (uncredited)
Joseph Mell ...
Paymaster #2 (uncredited)
Charles Merton ...
Shrine Auditorium Photographer (uncredited)
Harold Miller ...
Benefit Attendee (uncredited)
Nolie Miller ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Patrick Miller ...
Shrine Auditorium Photographer (uncredited)
Mort Mills ...
Makeup Man (uncredited)
John Monaghan ...
Male Secretary (uncredited)
Hal J. Moore ...
Racetrack PA Announcer (uncredited)
Monette Moore ...
Blues Singer (uncredited)
Charles Morton ...
Shrine Auditorium Photographer (uncredited)
Jack Mower ...
Benefit Attendee (uncredited)
Tom Nolan ...
Child Dancer - 'Born in a Trunk' Number (uncredited)
Barry Norton ...
Benefit Attendee (uncredited)
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Stage Manager (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley ...
Racetrack Spectator (uncredited)
Leonard Penn ...
Train Station Scene Director (uncredited)
Barbara Pepper ...
Esther's Neighbor (uncredited)
Jack Pepper ...
Chef (uncredited)
Hilda Plowright ...
Shrine Auditorium Photographer (uncredited)
Mel Pogue ...
Autograph Hound (uncredited)
Ezelle Poule ...
Shrine Auditorium Photographer (uncredited)
Frank Puglia ...
Bruno (uncredited)
Grandon Rhodes ...
Producer at Premiere (uncredited)
Don Richards ...
Shrine Auditorium Reporter (uncredited)
Kay Riehl ...
Hairdresser (uncredited)
Larry Rio ...
Soundman (uncredited)
Lotus Robb ...
Ms. Markham (uncredited)
Walter Rode ...
Courtroom Policeman (uncredited)
Riza Royce ...
Secretary (uncredited)
Henry Russell ...
Studio Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
Dick Ryan ...
Nightclub Man #2 (uncredited)
Bobby Sailes ...
Dancer - 'Born in a Trunk' Number (uncredited)
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Movie Premiere Usher (uncredited)
Patrick Sexton ...
Bert (uncredited)
Harry Seymour ...
Wheeler (uncredited)
Joan Shawlee ...
Joan (uncredited)
Don Shelton ...
TV Director (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ...
Man Trying to Subdue Norman at Banquet (uncredited)
Dick Simmons ...
Producer / Benefactor (uncredited)
Elmera Smith ...
Pasedena Girl (uncredited)
Arthur Space ...
Night Court Clerk (uncredited)
Eileen Stevens ...
Shrine Auditorium Reporter (uncredited)
Robert Stevenson ...
Boom Operator (uncredited)
Robert Strong ...
Courtroom Reporter (uncredited)
Grady Sutton ...
Artie Carver (uncredited)
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Norman's Driver (voice) (uncredited)
Wayne Taylor ...
Autograph Hound (uncredited)
Al Thompson ...
Vagrant #1 (uncredited)
Ted Thorpe ...
Soundman (uncredited)
Louis Tomei ...
Signboard Man #1 (uncredited)
Emerson Treacy ...
Justice of the Peace (uncredited)
Dale Van Sickel ...
Photographer Pushed Down in Dressing Room (uncredited)
Valerie Vernon ...
Marian (uncredited)
Ralph Volkie ...
Courtroom Reporter (uncredited)
Geraldine Wall ...
Esther's Neighbor (uncredited)
Ruth Warren ...
Shrine Auditorium Reporter (uncredited)
Charles Watts ...
Harrison (uncredited)
Harte Wayne ...
Man at Funeral (uncredited)
Richard Webb ...
Wallace (uncredited)
Duff Whitney ...
Reporter (uncredited)
Shirley Whitney ...
Malibu Party Guest (uncredited)
Josephine Whittell ...
Shrine Auditorium Reporter (uncredited)
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Frank (uncredited)
Tom Wilson ...
Stagehand Carrying Poles / Passerby Outside Hotel (uncredited)
Eric Wilton ...
Charles (uncredited)
Jean Woodley ...
Shrine Auditorium Reporter (uncredited)
Stephen Wyman ...
Nigel Peters (uncredited)
Mary Young ...
Boardinghouse Woman (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Vern Alves ... associate producer
Sidney Luft ... producer
Jack L. Warner ... executive producer (uncredited)

Music by 

Ray Heindorf ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by 

Sam Leavitt

Film Editing by 

Folmar Blangsted

Production Design by 

Gene Allen

Art Direction by 

Malcolm C. Bert ... (as Malcolm Bert)

Set Decoration by 

George James Hopkins

Costume Design by 

Jean Louis
Mary Ann Nyberg

Makeup Department 

Del Armstrong ... makeup creator: Miss Garland
Gordon Bau ... makeup artist
Helen Young ... hair stylist: Miss Garland
Sydney Guilaroff ... hair designer: Ms. Garland (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Earl Bellamy ... assistant director
Edward Graham ... assistant director
Russell Llewellyn ... assistant director

Art Department 

Irene Sharaff ... art director: "Born in a Trunk" sequence
Gil Kissel ... props (uncredited)
Weldon H. Patterson ... props (uncredited)
Saul Steinberg ... set decorator: "Lose That Long Face" sequence (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Charles David Forrest ... sound (as David Forrest)
Charles Lang ... sound (as Charles B. Lang)

Special Effects by 

Hans F. Koenekamp ... special effects (as H.F. Koenekamp)

Visual Effects by 

Lisze Bechtold ... still photograph sequences (as Lize Bechtold Blyth) (1983 restoration)
Eric Durst ... still photograph sequences (1983 restoration)
Kevin Kutchaver ... photo enhancement (1983 restoration) (uncredited)
Ken Rudolph ... animation camera operator (1983 restoration) (uncredited)

Stunts 

Robert F. Hoy ... stunts (uncredited)
Carey Loftin ... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Louise Montana ... stunts (uncredited)
Montie Montana ... stunts (uncredited)
Dale Van Sickel ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Pat Clark ... still photographer (uncredited)
Al Green ... camera operator (uncredited)
Burt Jones ... best boy (uncredited)
Milton R. Krasner ... photographer: CinemaScope test sequences (uncredited)
Gene Polito ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Richard Thoessen ... best boy (uncredited)
Robert Willoughby ... special still photographer (uncredited)
Richard L. Wilson ... gaffer (uncredited)
Robert Wyckoff ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Warren Yaple ... grip (uncredited)

Animation Department 

Hoyningen Huene ... special color design advisor (as Hoyningen-Huene)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Irene Sharaff ... costumes: for song "Born in a Trunk"
Jack Delaney ... wardrobe: men (uncredited)
Henry Field ... wardrobe: men (uncredited)
Lillian House ... wardrobe: ladies (uncredited)
Orrell Johnson ... wardrobe: ladies (uncredited)

Editorial Department 

Craig Holt ... editor: reconstructed sequences (1983 restoration)
D.J. Ziegler ... assistant editor: reconstructed sequences (1983 restoration)

Music Department 

Jack Cathcart ... vocal arranger
Ray Heindorf ... musical director
Skip Martin ... orchestrator
Hoyt Bohannon ... musician: trombone (uncredited)
Buddy Cole ... musician: piano (uncredited)
Roger Edens ... music supervisor (uncredited)
Nick Fatool ... musician: drums (uncredited)
Ray Heindorf ... composer: music cues (uncredited)
Howard Jackson ... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Uan Rasey ... musician: trumpet soloist (uncredited)
Babe Russin ... musician: tenor sax (uncredited)
Hal Schaefer ... musician: piano (uncredited)

Other crew 

Richard Barstow ... dance creator / dance stager
Mitchell Kovaleski ... technicolor color consultant (as Mitchell G. Kovaleski)
Hal Bell ... assistant choreographer (uncredited)
Nelson Cordes ... technician: Technicolor (uncredited)
Gloria DeWerd ... dance-in (uncredited)
Jack Harmon ... assistant dance director (uncredited)
Robert Heasley ... business manager (uncredited)
Eugene Loring ... assistant choreographer (uncredited)
Alma Young ... script supervisor (uncredited)
Crew verified as complete

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