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Margaret Bourke-White (1989)

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Double Exposure: The Story of Margaret Bourke-White is a 1989 made-for-television film biography about the life of photographer Margaret Bourke-White.

Director: Lawrence Schiller

Release Date: 1989-04-24
Status: Released
Run time: 105 min / 1:45
Production Company : Turner Network Television
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1989-04-24
Status: Released
Run time: 105 min / 1:45

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Farrah Fawcett
as Margaret Bourke-White
Frederic Forrest
as Erskine Caldwell
David Huddleston
as Remis
Jay Patterson
as Henry Luce
Mitchell Ryan
as Patton
Robert Stanton
as Lloyd-Smith
Ken Marshall
as Chappie
Stanislav Govorukhin
as Герман Андреевич


Directing Lawrence Schiller Director
Writing Marjorie David Writer
Writing Vicki Goldberg Novel
Production Lawrence Schiller Producer
Sound John Cacavas Original Music Composer
Camera Robert Elswit Director of Photography
Editing Don Brochu Editor
Production Lynn Stalmaster Casting
Costume & Make-Up Judianna Makovsky Costume Design

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