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Irving Berns

Irving Berns



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Birth Place: Profession: Make-Up ...


Make-Up (feature film)

The Land Unknown (1957) as Makeup
On a naval expedition to Antarctica, three men and reporter Maggie Hathaway crash-land in a crater 1000 m below sea level. There, they encounter steamy tropical forest, dinosaurs, carnivorous plants, and human footprints, as Maggie's clothes become more and more abbreviated.
Fury in Paradise (1955) as Makeup
Three Young Texans (1954) as Makeup Artist
A western about a Texan who robs a train in an effort to prevent his father from committing the crime, a young girl who attempts to help him after learning about the theft, and a cowboy friend who demands a share of the money.
D.O.A. (1950) as Makeup
The victim of a slow-acting poison tracks down his own killer.
Rio Grande Patrol (1950) as Makeup
A cowboy signs on to stop gunrunners from crossing the Mexican border.
A Dangerous Profession (1949) as Makeup
A bail bondsman is asked to raise money to free his girlfriend''s husband.
Tarzan and the Huntress (1947) as Makeup Artist
Tarzan fights to keep a seductive female big game hunter from capturing too many animals.
The Red House (1947) as Makeup Artist
Pete and Ellen have reared Meg as their own, ever since she was a baby and her parents took off. Now a teen, Meg convinces her friend Nath to come help with chores on the farm: Pete isn't getting around on his wooden leg like he used to. When Nath insists on using a short cut home through the woods, Pete gets quite agitated and warns him of screams in the night, of terrors associated with the red house. Curious, Meg and Nath ignore his warnings and begin exploring. Meg begins falling in love with Nath, but his girlfriend Tibby has other plans for him. Meanwhile they all get closer to real danger and the dark secret of the red house.
People Are Funny (1946) as Makeup Artist
A comedy based on NBC's "People Are Funny" radio (and later television) program with Art Linkletter with a fictional story of how the program came to be on a national network from its humble beginning at a Nevada radio station. Jack Haley is a producer with only half-rights to the program while Ozzie Nelson and Helen Walker are the radio writers and supply the romance. Rudy Vallee, always able to burlesque himself intentional and, quite often, unintentional, is the owner of the sought-after sponsoring company. Frances Langford, as herself, sings "I'm in the Mood for Love" while the Vagabonds quartet (billed 12th and last) chimes in on "Angeline" and "The Old Square Dance is Back Again."
Tarzan and the Leopard Woman (1946) as Makeup Artist
Tarzan fights to keep a killer cult from attacking traders.
Stage Door Canteen (1943) as Makeup
A USO girl defies the rules when she falls for a soldier visiting the star-studded Stage Door Canteen.
Gunga Din (1939) as Makeup
Three British soldiers seek treasure during an uprising in India.

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