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Without Lying Down

Without Lying Down(2000)

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Brief Synopsis

A look at the women who helped build Hollywood by taking on such traditionally male jobs as directing, producing and writing.

Cast & Crew

Bridget Terry Director
Mary Lea Bandy Interviewee
Cari Beauchamp Interviewee
Kevin Brownlow Interviewee
Martha Coolidge Interviewee
Jackie Cooper Interviewee
Fay Kanin Interviewee
Callie Khouri Interviewee
Martha Lorah Interviewee
Leonard Maltin Interviewee
Polly Platt Interviewee
Robin Swicord Interviewee
Carson Thomson Interviewee
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Release Date:  2000 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  Chaise Lounge Productions .....Production Company, .....Production Company
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  • Without Lying Down

    Nan McDonnell 2013-10-06

    When will TCM show this again?Thank you. MORE>

  • Wonderful Documentary

    Richard Clement 2013-05-23

    One of the Best documentaries that has been done on a pioneer women of the film industry. MORE>

  • A Brilliant, Fascinating Woman

    David Lindquist 2009-04-22

    This is a fascinating insight into the earliest days of movies and the exceptional role of a group of strong women in founding the movie industry. Frances... MORE>