It couldn't have been until the late sevenites. After _Star Wars_. There
are a lot of uncredited cast memebers on _Star Wars_. The bartender who
says "We don't serve their kind in here!" is one of them. There are a lot
listed on the IMDb. _Jaws_'s credits are incredibly short--much shorter
than I would expect them to be by today's standards. As far as _SW_ goes,
James Earl Jones doesn't count, since he was deliberately left off, like
John Candy in _Career Opportunities_. He was given credit in the special
Scott Andrew Hutchins
Oz, Monsters, Kamillions, and More!
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you know it."--K, Barry Sonnenfeld's _Men in Black_.
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by THE PEOPLE."--Tom Lehrer
On Tue, 20 Apr 1999, Sharon Knolle wrote:
> I'm researching trends in movie credits.
> When did unions start requiring full listing of production credits?
> Any good resources on the subject?
> Sharon Knolle
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