The Resource Extraordinary people in the movies, Judy L. Hasday

Extraordinary people in the movies, Judy L. Hasday

Label
Extraordinary people in the movies
Title
Extraordinary people in the movies
Statement of responsibility
Judy L. Hasday
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Profiles more than sixty actors, directors, and producers from different eras and cultures who have left their mark on their respective fields, from Charlie Chaplin to Drew Barrymore
Member of
Biography type
collective biography
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1957-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Hasday, Judy L.
Dewey number
  • 791.43/028/092273
  • B
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PN1998.2
LC item number
.H44 2003
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Extraordinary people
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Motion picture actors and actresses
  • Actors and actresses
  • Producers and directors
  • Motion picture actors and actresses
  • United States
Target audience
pre adolescent
Label
Extraordinary people in the movies, Judy L. Hasday
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 276-277) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Alfred Hitchcock 1899-1980: Director and "Master of Suspense"
  • Spike Lee 1957- : Influential African American Director
  • 224
  • Tom Cruise 1962- : Acclaimed Modern-Day Actor
  • 228
  • Jodie Foster 1962- : Multitalented Actor, Producer, and Director
  • 232
  • Julia Roberts 1967- : One of the Most Beloved Actresses in Hollywood
  • 237
  • Halle Berry 1968- : First African American Woman to Win the Best Actress Oscar
  • 241
  • 26
  • Will Smith 1968- : Rapper and Actor
  • 245
  • Gwyneth Paltrow 1972- : Highly Acclaimed Award-Winning Actress
  • 249
  • Drew Barrymore 1975- : Former Child Star and Current Day Popular Film Actress
  • 253
  • "Quiet on the Set"
  • 257
  • Walt Disney 1901-1966: Creator of Mickey Mouse and Disney Theme Parks
  • 31
  • Evolution of the Motion Picture
  • 36
  • Clark Gable 1901-1960: Romantic and Popular Film Star Known for Role in Gone With the Wind
  • 41
  • Henry Fonda 1905-1982: Actor Known for Diverse Film Roles
  • 46
  • Charlie Chaplin 1889-1977: Silent Film Star
  • Greta Garbo 1905-1990: One of Hollywood's Most Private Film Stars
  • 50
  • Katharine Hepburn 1907- : "Number One Actress of All Time"
  • 54
  • Laurence Olivier 1907-1989: Greatest English-Speaking Actor of the Twentieth Century
  • 58
  • Bette Davis 1908-1989: First Lady of the American Screen
  • 62
  • Jimmy Stewart 1908-1997: One of America's Best-Loved Actors
  • 66
  • 9
  • Ingrid Bergman 1915-1982: Costar of Oscar-Winning Film Casablanca
  • 70
  • Lauren Bacall 1924- : Award-Winning Actress and Wife of Humphrey Bogart
  • 74
  • Marlon Brando 1924- : "Tough-Guy" Actor Best Known for His Performance in The Godfather
  • 78
  • Grandeur on the Big Screen
  • 82
  • Paul Newman 1925- : Legendary Actor, Entrepreneur, Activist, and Humanitarian
  • 87
  • Mary Pickford 1892-1979: Silent Film Star and "America's Sweetheart"
  • Peter Sellers 1925-1977: One of the World's Greatest Comedic Actors
  • 92
  • Marilyn Monroe 1926-1962: Film Star and American Icon
  • 97
  • Sidney Poitier 1927- : Influential Figure in American Film
  • 101
  • Audrey Hepburn 1929-1993: Actress and Humanitarian
  • 105
  • Grace Kelly 1929-1982 : Fairy-Tale Life of Actress-Turned-Princess
  • 110
  • 14
  • Sean Connery 1930- First Actor to Portray Spy-Hero James Bond
  • 114
  • Elizabeth Taylor 1932- : English-Born Actress and AIDS Activist
  • 118
  • Shirley MacLaine 1934- : Award-Winning Actress/Dancer and Author of Best-Seller Out on a Limb
  • 122
  • Julie Andrews 1935- : Award-Winning Stage and Screen Star
  • 127
  • Dustin Hoffman 1937- : Award-Winning Leading Man of Hollywood
  • 132
  • Hattie McDaniel 1895-1952: First African American Oscar Winner
  • Jack Nicholson 1937- : One of America's Finest and Most Unusual Actors
  • 136
  • Robert Redford 1937- : Actor, Director, Creator of Sundance Film Festival
  • 140
  • "Lights! Camera! Action!": Directors
  • 144
  • Al Pacino 1940- : Multi-Award-Winning Actor of Stage and Screen
  • 150
  • Harrison Ford 1942- : Successful Actor and Star of the Star Wars Trilogy
  • 154
  • 18
  • Barbra Streisand 1942- : Award-Winning "Actress Who Sings"
  • 159
  • Robert De Niro 1943- : Regarded as One of the Greatest Actors in Modern Film
  • 163
  • Cher 1946- : Multitalented Singer and Actress
  • 167
  • Sally Field 1946- : Actress Who Rose from TV Stardom to Major Motion Pictures
  • 172
  • Steven Spielberg 1946- : Influential Director and Producer
  • 176
  • Humphrey Bogart 1899-1957: Award-Winning Actor Best Known for Role in Casablanca
  • Glenn Close 1947- : Respected Stage and Screen Actress
  • 181
  • Meryl Streep 1949- : Acclaimed Actress of Stage and Screen
  • 185
  • Robin Williams 1952- : The "Tasmanian Devil of Comedy"
  • 190
  • Jackie Chan 1954- : International Martial Arts Film Star
  • 194
  • John Travolta 1954- : Acclaimed Actor of His Generation
  • 198
  • 22
  • Denzel Washington 1954- : Recipient of the 2002 Oscar for Best Actor
  • 202
  • Can Oscar Become Color-Blind?
  • 207
  • Whoopi Goldberg 1955- : Multi-Award-Winning Actress and Humanitarian
  • 212
  • Bruce Willis 1955- : Regular Guy Turned Actor
  • 216
  • Tom Hanks 1956- : Versatile Actor and Director
  • 220
Extent
1 online resource (288 pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1034666333
Label
Extraordinary people in the movies, Judy L. Hasday
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 276-277) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Alfred Hitchcock 1899-1980: Director and "Master of Suspense"
  • Spike Lee 1957- : Influential African American Director
  • 224
  • Tom Cruise 1962- : Acclaimed Modern-Day Actor
  • 228
  • Jodie Foster 1962- : Multitalented Actor, Producer, and Director
  • 232
  • Julia Roberts 1967- : One of the Most Beloved Actresses in Hollywood
  • 237
  • Halle Berry 1968- : First African American Woman to Win the Best Actress Oscar
  • 241
  • 26
  • Will Smith 1968- : Rapper and Actor
  • 245
  • Gwyneth Paltrow 1972- : Highly Acclaimed Award-Winning Actress
  • 249
  • Drew Barrymore 1975- : Former Child Star and Current Day Popular Film Actress
  • 253
  • "Quiet on the Set"
  • 257
  • Walt Disney 1901-1966: Creator of Mickey Mouse and Disney Theme Parks
  • 31
  • Evolution of the Motion Picture
  • 36
  • Clark Gable 1901-1960: Romantic and Popular Film Star Known for Role in Gone With the Wind
  • 41
  • Henry Fonda 1905-1982: Actor Known for Diverse Film Roles
  • 46
  • Charlie Chaplin 1889-1977: Silent Film Star
  • Greta Garbo 1905-1990: One of Hollywood's Most Private Film Stars
  • 50
  • Katharine Hepburn 1907- : "Number One Actress of All Time"
  • 54
  • Laurence Olivier 1907-1989: Greatest English-Speaking Actor of the Twentieth Century
  • 58
  • Bette Davis 1908-1989: First Lady of the American Screen
  • 62
  • Jimmy Stewart 1908-1997: One of America's Best-Loved Actors
  • 66
  • 9
  • Ingrid Bergman 1915-1982: Costar of Oscar-Winning Film Casablanca
  • 70
  • Lauren Bacall 1924- : Award-Winning Actress and Wife of Humphrey Bogart
  • 74
  • Marlon Brando 1924- : "Tough-Guy" Actor Best Known for His Performance in The Godfather
  • 78
  • Grandeur on the Big Screen
  • 82
  • Paul Newman 1925- : Legendary Actor, Entrepreneur, Activist, and Humanitarian
  • 87
  • Mary Pickford 1892-1979: Silent Film Star and "America's Sweetheart"
  • Peter Sellers 1925-1977: One of the World's Greatest Comedic Actors
  • 92
  • Marilyn Monroe 1926-1962: Film Star and American Icon
  • 97
  • Sidney Poitier 1927- : Influential Figure in American Film
  • 101
  • Audrey Hepburn 1929-1993: Actress and Humanitarian
  • 105
  • Grace Kelly 1929-1982 : Fairy-Tale Life of Actress-Turned-Princess
  • 110
  • 14
  • Sean Connery 1930- First Actor to Portray Spy-Hero James Bond
  • 114
  • Elizabeth Taylor 1932- : English-Born Actress and AIDS Activist
  • 118
  • Shirley MacLaine 1934- : Award-Winning Actress/Dancer and Author of Best-Seller Out on a Limb
  • 122
  • Julie Andrews 1935- : Award-Winning Stage and Screen Star
  • 127
  • Dustin Hoffman 1937- : Award-Winning Leading Man of Hollywood
  • 132
  • Hattie McDaniel 1895-1952: First African American Oscar Winner
  • Jack Nicholson 1937- : One of America's Finest and Most Unusual Actors
  • 136
  • Robert Redford 1937- : Actor, Director, Creator of Sundance Film Festival
  • 140
  • "Lights! Camera! Action!": Directors
  • 144
  • Al Pacino 1940- : Multi-Award-Winning Actor of Stage and Screen
  • 150
  • Harrison Ford 1942- : Successful Actor and Star of the Star Wars Trilogy
  • 154
  • 18
  • Barbra Streisand 1942- : Award-Winning "Actress Who Sings"
  • 159
  • Robert De Niro 1943- : Regarded as One of the Greatest Actors in Modern Film
  • 163
  • Cher 1946- : Multitalented Singer and Actress
  • 167
  • Sally Field 1946- : Actress Who Rose from TV Stardom to Major Motion Pictures
  • 172
  • Steven Spielberg 1946- : Influential Director and Producer
  • 176
  • Humphrey Bogart 1899-1957: Award-Winning Actor Best Known for Role in Casablanca
  • Glenn Close 1947- : Respected Stage and Screen Actress
  • 181
  • Meryl Streep 1949- : Acclaimed Actress of Stage and Screen
  • 185
  • Robin Williams 1952- : The "Tasmanian Devil of Comedy"
  • 190
  • Jackie Chan 1954- : International Martial Arts Film Star
  • 194
  • John Travolta 1954- : Acclaimed Actor of His Generation
  • 198
  • 22
  • Denzel Washington 1954- : Recipient of the 2002 Oscar for Best Actor
  • 202
  • Can Oscar Become Color-Blind?
  • 207
  • Whoopi Goldberg 1955- : Multi-Award-Winning Actress and Humanitarian
  • 212
  • Bruce Willis 1955- : Regular Guy Turned Actor
  • 216
  • Tom Hanks 1956- : Versatile Actor and Director
  • 220
Extent
1 online resource (288 pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1034666333

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