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Michael Woulfe (1918–2007)


Michael Woulfe was born on June 2, 1918 in New York City, New York, USA. He is known for his work on Jet Pilot (1957), The Thing from Another World (1951) and Blood on the Sun (1945). He died on August 30, 2007 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Jet Pilot Costume Designer
(1957)
The Thing from Another World Costume and Wardrobe Department
(1951)
Blood on the Sun Costume Designer
(1945)
Armored Car Robbery Costume Designer
(1950)

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 1957 Jet Pilot (gowns)
 1956 Glory
 1955 Bengazi
 1955 Son of Sinbad
 1955 Underwater! (costumes)
 1955 The Americano
 1954 Susan Slept Here (gowns)
 1953 Second Chance (gowns)
 1953 Affair with a Stranger (gowns)
 1953 Angel Face
 1952 She Couldn't Say No (gowns)
 1952 The Half-Breed (gowns)
 1952 Macao (gowns)
 1952 A Girl in Every Port (gowns)
 1951 Two Tickets to Broadway (gowns)
 1951 The Racket (gowns)
 1951 Roadblock (gowns)
 1951 Flying Leathernecks (uncredited)
 1951 Best of the Badmen (gowns)
 1951 Sealed Cargo (gowns)
 1951 My Forbidden Past (gowns)
 1951 The Company She Keeps (gowns)
 1950 Gambling House (gowns)
 1950 Where Danger Lives (gowns)
 1950 The White Tower (uncredited)
 1949 A Dangerous Profession (gowns)
 1949 The Woman on Pier 13 (gowns)
 1947 Tycoon (gowns)
 1947 Singapore (gowns: Miss Ava Gardner)
 1946 Mr. Ace (designer: Miss Sidney's costumes)
 1946 The Stranger (uncredited)
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He worked under contract for RKO Studios, serving as head designer on more than 100 films. He designed gowns for Ava Gardner, Janet Leigh, Jean Simmons and Marilyn Monroe. But he was proudest of the dress he designed in 1954 for Garland that she wore to the world premiere of "A Star Is Born". See more »

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