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Former marble-cutter and cartoonist who began using stop-motion photography to make short films, often featuring models of dinosaurs, in the early teens. O'Brien's efforts attracted the attention of the Edison company, for whom he made ten five-minute shorts on Stone Age subjects before applying his talents to feature films in the 20s. O'Brien pioneered the use of rubber, rather than clay, models, an innovation that first reached the screen in "The Lost World" (1925). Other outstanding examples of O'Brien's work include the oversized apes of "King Kong" (1933) and "Mighty Joe Young" (1949).

Former marble-cutter and cartoonist who began using stop-motion photography to make short films, often featuring models of dinosaurs, in the early teens. O'Brien's efforts attracted the attention of the Edison company, for whom he made ten five-minute shorts on Stone Age subjects before applying his talents to feature films in the 20s. O'Brien pioneered the use of rubber, rather than clay, models, an innovation that first reached the screen in "The Lost World" (1925). Other outstanding examples of O'Brien's work include the oversized apes of "King Kong" (1933) and "Mighty Joe Young" (1949).

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CAST: (feature film)

3.
 Peyton Place (1957) Mrs. Evelyn Page
4.
 Phantom of the Rue Morgue (1954) Wardrobe woman
5.
 Sea of Lost Ships (1954) Nora O'Malley
6.
 The Family Secret (1951) Ellen Clark
7.
 Destination Moon (1950) Emily Cargraves
8.
 Green Light (1937) Pat Arien
9.
 The Plough and the Stars (1937) Rosie
10.
 Black Legion (1937) Ruth Taylor
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