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Husbands (1970) Poster

(1970)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

John Cassavetes

Writing Credits  

John Cassavetes ... (written by)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

...
Harry
...
Archie Black
...
Gus Demetri
Jenny Runacre ...
Mary Tynan
Jenny Lee Wright ...
Pearl Billingham
Noelle Kao ...
Julie
John Kullers ...
Red
Meta Shaw Stevens ...
Annie (as Meta Shaw)
Leola Harlow ...
Leola
Delores Delmar ...
The Countess
Eleanor Zee ...
Mrs. Hines
Claire Malis ...
Stuart's Wife
Peggy Lashbrook ...
Diana Mallabee
Eleanor Cody Gould ...
'Normandy' Singer
Sarah Felcher ...
Sarah
Bill Britten
Arthur Clark
Gwen Van Dam ...
Gwen - "Jeanie" Singer
John Armstrong ...
"Happy Birthday" Singer
Charles Gaines ...
(as Chas. Gaines)
Antoinette Kray ...
"Jesus Loves Me" Singer
Lorraine MacMartin ...
Annie's Mother (as Lorraine Macmartin)
Carinthia West ...
Susanna
Edgar Franken ...
Ed Weintraub
Joseph Boley ...
Minister (as Joe Boley)
Judith Lowry ...
Stuart's Grandmother
Joseph Hardy ...
Shanghai Lil (as Joe Hardy)
Fred Draper
David Rowlands ...
Stuart Jackson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
...
Nick (uncredited)
...
Xan (uncredited)
Marilyn Clark ...
(uncredited)
Robert Dahdah ...
Crowd (uncredited)
Harry Fielder ...
Hippy at Roundhouse (uncredited)
Anne O'Donnell ...
Nurse (uncredited)
Rhonda Parker ...
Margaret (uncredited)
Ellen Stretton ...
(uncredited)
K.C. Townsend ...
Barmaid (uncredited)
Gena Wheeler ...
Nurse (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Al Ruban ... producer
Sam Shaw ... associate producer

Cinematography by 

Victor J. Kemper ... director of photography (as Victor Kemper)

Makeup Department 

Robert Laden ... makeup artist: New York (as Robt. Laden)
Tommie Manderson ... makeup artist: London (as Tommy Manderson)

Production Management 

Fred C. Caruso ... production supervisor (as Fred Caruso)
Robert Greenhut ... production manager: New York

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Simon Hinkly ... assistant director: London (as Simon Hinkley)
Alan Hopkins ... assistant director: New York
Philip Mead ... assistant director: London

Art Department 

Rene D'Auriac ... art director: New York
Robert Hamlin ... scenic artist: New York (as Robt. Hamlin)
Henry Newman ... props
Thomas Saccio ... props: New York (as Tom Saccio)
Edie Shaw ... graphic artist

Sound Department 

Barry Copland ... sound: London (as Barrie Copeland)
Dennis Maitland ... sound: New York
James Perdue ... sound recordist (uncredited) / sound (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Michael Chapman ... camera operator: New York (as Mike Chapman)
Len Crowe ... gaffer: London (as L. Crow)
Geoff Glover ... camera operator: London
Edward Gold ... assistant camera: New York (as Eddie Gold)
Dick Mingalone ... camera operator: New York (as Rich Mingalone)
Richard Quinlan ... gaffer: New York (as Rich Quinlan)
Teddy Tucker ... key grip: London (as T. Tucker)
Joseph Williams ... key grip: New York

Casting Department 

Tom Busby ... casting: London

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Ed Brennan ... wardrobe: New York (as Edward Brennan)
Lewis Brown ... costume designer: New York (as L. Brown)
Shura Cohen ... wardrobe: London
Joseph W. Dehn ... wardrobe: New York (as Joe Dehn)
Dennis Frun ... wardrobe: London

Editorial Department 

Tom Cornwell ... assistant editor (as Tom Cornwal)
Robert Heffernan ... post-production editor (as Robt. Heffernan)
Peter Tanner ... supervising editor
Jack Woods ... post-production editor

Music Department 

Jack Ackerman ... musical director: London
Ray Brown ... composer: additional music, London
Stanley Wilson ... musical director: London

Other crew 

Fred Draper ... dialogue supervisor: New York
James Joyce ... coordinator
Peggy Lashbrook ... continuity: London
Joe Lustig ... publicist
Henry Newman ... effects
Nancy Norman ... continuity: New York
Kevin O'Driscoll ... accountant
Al Ruban ... presenter
Bert Schneiderman ... controller
Sam Shaw ... presenter
Crew believed to be complete

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