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Scorecard: 1957

January 3rd, 2009 by Anne Richardson · No Comments · 1950's, Scorecard series, Side Notes

Laika, the first mammal to travel to outer space, setting off on Nov. 3, 1957.

Under the old definition of Oregon film, in 1957:

Harold Schuster made Portland Expose.

The People of Portland starred in The Day Called X.

Under the new definition of Oregon film, in 1957:

At Warner Bros., Mel Blanc voiced What’s Opera, Doc?

At Disney, Ralph Wright co-wrote and co-directed Perri.

At Universal, DP Ellis Carter shot The Incredible Shrinking Man.

In New York, Harry Smith began making Heaven and Earth Magic.

At USC, film student James Ivory finished Venice: Theme and Variations.

In Paris, James Blue was halfway through film school at L’IDHEC.

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