Number Our Days
|Number Our Days|
|Directed by||Lynne Littman|
|Produced by||Loring d'Usseau|
|Written by||Lynne Littman|
|Edited by||Lewis Teague|
|Distributed by||Direct Cinema Limited|
Number Our Days is a 1976 American short documentary film about a community of elderly Jews living in Venice, California. Directed by Lynne Littman, it won an Oscar at the 49th Academy Awards, held in 1977, for Documentary Short Subject. The Academy Film Archive preserved Number Our Days in 2007.
- Harry Asimow as Himself (archive footage)
- Barbara Myerhoff as Herself
- Lynne Littman as Herself (voice) (uncredited)
- During the film a band is shown. The band leader is Eddie Gurnick who was a musician in Los Angeles.
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