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  (in credits order)

Billy Zane ... Narrator (voice)
Pat Broeske ... Herself

Janet Leigh ... Herself

Leonard Maltin ... Himself
Louella Parsons ... Herself (archive sound)

Billie Dove ... Herself (archive footage)

Terry Moore ... Herself

Howard Hughes ... Himself (archive footage)

Jean Harlow ... Herself (archive footage)

Sally Forrest ... Herself
Edith Lynch ... Herself

Joan Fontaine ... Herself (archive footage)

Jane Russell ... Herself
Yvonne Schubert ... Herself

Robert Mitchum ... Himself (archive sound)
J. Edgar Hoover ... Himself (archive footage)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Mamie Van Doren ... Herself
Ed Herlihy ... Newsreel Announcer: 1946 Plane Crash (archive sound) (uncredited)

Directed by
Christian Sebaldt (re-creations)
Writing credits
Barbara Romen  &
Mary Jane Morrison 

Produced by
Robert Dalrymple .... producer
Carl H. Lindahl .... executive producer
Theone Masoner .... supervising producer
Melissa Roller .... coordinating producer
Original Music by
Nigel Holton 
Film Editing by
Phil Coulloudon 
Makeup Department
Lori Dickman .... makeup artist: interviews
Jacklin Masteran .... hair stylist: re-creations
Nikoletta Skarlatos .... makeup artist: re-creations (as Nicoletta Scarlatos)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael G. Maurer .... first assistant director (as Michael Maurer)
Michael G. Maurer .... first assistant director: re-creations (as Michael Maurer)
Art Department
Philip Boston .... production designer: re-creations
Terry Foster .... set designer: re-creations
Jed Hathaway .... lead person: re-creations
Brandon L. Menchen .... assistant set dresser: re-creations (as Brandon Menchen)
Ron Volz .... art director: re-creations
Sound Department
Derek Nelson .... sound mixer: interviews
Camera and Electrical Department
Elvin Ralph Coon III .... electrician: re-creations
Craig Fikse .... best boy electric: re-creations
Bobby Foster .... best boy grip: interviews
Renee Hedstrom .... first assistant camera: re-creations (as Renee Hedstrum)
David Parker .... best boy grip: re-creations
Ethan Phillips .... gaffer: interviews
Mark Ritchie .... director of photography: interviews
John Savka .... key grip: re-creations
Renee Schuyten .... second assistant camera: re-creations
Christian Sebaldt .... director of photography: re-creations
Scott Tapp .... best boy grip: interviews
Vance Trussell .... gaffer: re-creations
Casting Department
Rich King .... extras casting: recreations
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jean-Pierre Dorléac .... costume designer: re-creations (as Jena Pierre Dorleac)
Gilberto Mello .... costume designer: interviews
Gilberto Mello .... wardrobe supervisor: recreations
Music Department
Gary Stockdale .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Travis Stobbe .... driver: re-ceations
Other crew
Pat Broeske .... story consultant
Kim Crabb .... location manager
Shannon Davis .... title designer: main titles
David George .... business manager: Turner Classic Movies, re-creations
Julie Goldman .... representative: Winstar Productions
Darcy Hettrich .... director of talent
Susan Hormuth .... footage research
Jin Lim .... title designer: main titles
Richard Lorber .... representative: Winstar Productions
Stanley Ottenstein .... film researcher (as Stanley M. Ottenstein)
Stanley Ottenstein .... photo researcher (as Stanley M. Ottenstein)
Chris Sesak .... production assistant: interviews
Caroline Stevens .... representative: Winstar Productions
Travis Stobbe .... production assistant: re-creations
Blake Thomas .... research assistant
Sal Baldomar .... special thanks
Pat Broeske .... acknowledgment: still photographs provided by
Robert Evans .... special thanks
Terry Moore .... acknowledgment: still photographs provided by
Justin Pettigrew .... special thanks (as Justin Pettigraw)
Adrian Roberson .... special thanks (as Adrian Robertson)
Yvonne Schubert .... acknowledgment: still photographs provided by
Marc Wanamaker .... acknowledgment: still photographs provided by
James Overton Winston .... acknowledgment: still photographs provided by

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55 min

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Yet Another Side Of Howard Hughes Exposed, 19 June 2015
Author: Dalbert Pringle from New Zealand

According to this entertaining, but somewhat idiosyncratic, bio-documentary, the often-demanding and oddly-eccentric Howard Hughes not only had millions of dollars at his immediate disposal - But he also had about that many babes (millions), as well, at his beck and call throughout his turbulently enterprising lifetime.

Of course, one will never, ever know the exact facts and figures concerning Hughes' (apparently) countless sexual escapades since, in the course of his lifetime, he was already considered being something of an enigma and legend to begin with.

And, to be sure, when one reaches such a point of celebrity status as early on in their life as Hughes most surely did, stories of one's conquests (be they sexual, or otherwise) are bound to be blown right out of proportion in order to satisfy the ever-curious public as the legend (like Howard Hughes) is inevitably being created and marketed for a tabloid mentality.

Anyway - Not wanting to give away too much of the content of this reasonably interesting documentary - I will end things here by commenting that at the time of his death in 1976 (due to kidney failure), Howard Hughes' estate was estimated at being worth approximately $1.5 billion (which is the equivalent today of being about $6.2 billion).

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