Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Alan Reed
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by David Noel Freedman, Allen C. Myers
STEPHEN ALAN REED FLUTE A wind instrument, actually a shawm or primitive clarinet, made of a hollow reed or wood with fingerholes to produce notes. Held vertically, the flute had a double-reed mouthpiece; a variant form was the double ...
Dictionary of Films (1972)
by Georges Sadoul, Peter Morris
Dir Elia Kazan Seen John Steinbeck Photog Joe Mac- Donald Art Dir Lyle Wheeler, Leland Fuller Mus Alex North Ed Barbara McLean Cast Marlon Brando, Anthony Quinn, Jean Peters, Joseph Wiseman, Frank Silvera, Alan Reed, ...
by William D. Crump
Voices: Mel Blanc, Gerry Johnson, Harvey Korman, Don Messick, Alan Reed, and Jean Vander Pyl.
by Robert Beck
Alan Reed ( J. B. Cobb), ...
The Bankers Encyclopedia (1921)
steed to Alan reed starrville to Tyler. steedman to White-boro. steele's store to Hearne. steep creek to San AugustinStellar to Smithville. stemmon- to Big Sprinstieren Ranch to Harwoodsterrett to ...
by Vincent Terrace
Voice Cast: Alan Reed (Fred Flintstone), Jean VanderPyl (Wilma Flintstone/ Pebbles Flintstone), Mel Blanc (Barney Rubble), Bea Benaderet (Betty Rubble), Gerry Johnson (Betty Rubble; later), Don Messick (Dino and Bamm Bamm), John ...
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