Saturday, December 25, 2010

Yes, Folks, Yul Brynner DID Have Hair

Okay, friends and neighbors, time for another flick.  From 1949, released by Eagle-Lion Films, produced by Aubrey Schenck and directed by Laslo Benedek, we present, "Port of New York," a film that was shot in semidocumentary style.  This film featured Scott Brady, Richard Rober, K. T. Stevens, Yul Brynner (his film debut), Arthur Blake, Lynne Carter, John Kellogg, and William Challee.  

Screenplay by Eugene Ling with additional dialog by Leo Townsend as suggested by a story by Arthur A. Ross and Bert Murray.

Photographed by George E. Diskant, A. S. C.



No comments:

Post a Comment