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West Side Story (1961) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Jerome Robbins
Robert Wise

Writing Credits  

Ernest Lehman ... (screenplay)
 
Arthur Laurents ... (book)
 
Jerome Robbins ... (play)
 
William Shakespeare ... (play) (uncredited)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

Natalie Wood ... Maria
Richard Beymer ... Tony
Russ Tamblyn ... Riff
Rita Moreno ... Anita
George Chakiris ... Bernardo
Simon Oakland ... Schrank
Ned Glass ... Doc
William Bramley William Bramley ... Krupke
Tucker Smith ... Ice
Tony Mordente ... Action
David Winters ... A-rab
Eliot Feld ... Baby John
Bert Michaels Bert Michaels ... Snowboy
David Bean David Bean ... Tiger
Robert Banas Robert Banas ... Joyboy
Anthony 'Scooter' Teague ... Big Deal (as Scooter Teague)
Harvey Evans Harvey Evans ... Mouthpiece (as Harvey Hohnecker)
Tommy Abbott Tommy Abbott ... Gee-Tar
Susan Oakes Susan Oakes ... Anybodys
Gina Trikonis Gina Trikonis ... Graziella
Carole D'Andrea Carole D'Andrea ... Velma
Jose De Vega ... Chino
Jay Norman ... Pepe
Gus Trikonis ... Indio
Eddie Verso Eddie Verso ... Juano
Jaime Rogers Jaime Rogers ... Loco
Larry Roquemore Larry Roquemore ... Rocco
Robert E. Thompson Robert E. Thompson ... Luis (as Robert Thompson)
Nick Navarro Nick Navarro ... Toro (as Nick Covacevich)
Rudy Del Campo Rudy Del Campo ... Del Campo
Andre Tayir Andre Tayir ... Chile
Yvonne Wilder ... Consuelo (as Yvonne Othon)
Suzie Kaye Suzie Kaye ... Rosalia
Joanne Miya Joanne Miya ... Francisca
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Astin ... Glad Hand (uncredited)
Francesca Bellini Francesca Bellini ... Debby, Snowboy's Girlfriend (uncredited)
Elaine Joyce ... Hotsie, Tiger's Girlfriend (uncredited)
Priscilla Lopez ... Child Extra (uncredited)
Marni Nixon ... Playback vocalist for Natalie Wood (uncredited)
Olivia Perez Olivia Perez ... Margarita, Rocco's Girlfriend (uncredited)
Lou Ruggiero Lou Ruggiero ... Police Officer #3 (uncredited)
Penny Santon Penny Santon ... Madam Lucia (uncredited)
Luci Stone Luci Stone ... Estella, Loco's Girlfriend (uncredited)
Pat Tribble Pat Tribble ... Minnie, Baby John's Girlfriend (uncredited)
Gary Troy ... Dancer (uncredited)

Produced by 

Saul Chaplin ... associate producer
Walter Mirisch ... executive producer (uncredited)
Robert Wise ... producer (uncredited)

Music by 

Leonard Bernstein
Irwin Kostal ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by 

Daniel L. Fapp ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Thomas Stanford ... film editor

Production Design by 

Boris Leven ... (production designed by)

Set Decoration by 

Victor A. Gangelin ... (as Victor Gangelin)

Costume Design by 

Irene Sharaff ... (costume designed by)

Makeup Department 

Emile LaVigne ... makeup (as Emile La Vigne)
Alice Monte ... hairdresser

Production Management 

Allen K. Wood ... production manager
Hubert Fröhlich ... production manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Robert E. Relyea ... assistant director
Jerome M. Siegel ... second assistant director
Ridgeway Callow ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department 

Shelley Bartolini ... scenic artist (as Shelly Bartolini)
Sam Gordon ... property
Maurice Zuberano ... production artist (as M. Zuberano)
Leon Harris ... production illustrator (uncredited)
William Maldonado ... construction coordinator (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Fred Lau ... sound
Gilbert D. Marchant ... sound editor
Murray Spivack ... sound
Vinton Vernon ... sound
Richard Gramaglia ... sound mixer (uncredited)
Fred Hynes ... sound recording supervisor (uncredited)
Gordon Sawyer ... sound supervisor (uncredited)

Visual Effects by 

Saul Bass ... visual consultant
Linwood G. Dunn ... photographic effects (as Linwood Dunn)

Stunts 

Eli Bo Jack Blackfeather ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Linwood G. Dunn ... title photographer (uncredited)
John Finger ... camera operator: title sequence (uncredited)
Ernst Haas ... still photographer (uncredited)
Jerome H. Klein ... electrician (uncredited)
Louis Kulsey ... dolly grip: title sequence (uncredited)
Tom May ... grip (uncredited)
Phil Stern ... still photographer (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Bert Henrikson ... wardrobe

Editorial Department 

Marshall M. Borden ... assistant editor

Music Department 

Leonard Bernstein ... music by
Richard Carruth ... music editor
Saul Chaplin ... musical supervisor
Johnny Green ... music conductor / musical supervisor
Irwin Kostal ... musical supervisor / orchestrator
Sid Ramin ... musical supervisor / orchestrator
Stephen Sondheim ... lyrics by
Robert Tucker ... vocal coach (as Bobby Tucker)
Betty Walberg ... musical assistant
Pete Candoli ... musician (uncredited)
Jack Dumont ... musician: saxophone (uncredited)
Walter A. Gest ... production music playback operator (uncredited)
Shelly Manne ... musician (uncredited)
Red Mitchell ... musician (uncredited)
Uan Rasey ... musician: trumpet soloist (uncredited)
Albert T. Viola ... musician (uncredited)

Other crew 

Tommy Abbott ... dance assistant
Margaret Banks ... dance assistant
Saul Bass ... titles
Robert E. Griffith ... based upon the play produced on the stage by
Howard Jeffrey ... dance assistant
Tony Mordente ... dance assistant
Harold Prince ... based upon the play produced on the stage by (as Harold S. Prince)
Jerome Robbins ... choreography by / stage play: director / stage play: orchestrator
Stanley Scheuer ... script supervisor (as Stanley K. Scheuer)
Roger L. Stevens ... by arrangement with
Hal Bell ... assistant choreographer (uncredited)
Jimmy Bryant ... singing voice: Tony (uncredited)
Kit Culkin ... dancer (uncredited)
John Flynn ... script supervisor (uncredited)
Gerald Freedman ... assistant: Mr. Robbins (uncredited)
Peter Gennaro ... co-choreographer (uncredited)
Maria Henley ... Shark dancer Teresita (uncredited)
Eliot Hyman ... production executive (uncredited)
Howard Jeffrey ... assistant choreographer: Mr. Robbins (uncredited)
Elaine Joyce ... dancer (uncredited)
George Lake ... assistant stage manager: stage production (uncredited)
Harold Mirisch ... production executive (uncredited)
Marvin Mirisch ... production executive (uncredited)
Howard Newman ... press representative (uncredited)
Arthur Rubin ... assistant stage manager: stage production (uncredited)
Wallace Siebert ... assistant: Mr. Gennaro (uncredited)
Ray Stark ... production executive (uncredited)
Lee Theodore ... assistant choreographer (uncredited) / dancer (uncredited)
Roxanne Tunis ... dancer (uncredited)
Betty Wand ... singing voice: Anita - "A Boy Like That/I Have a Love" (uncredited)
Crew verified as complete

See also

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