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Also Known As: Shelley Boylen-Wakefield, Shelley A Boylen Died:
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Durable art director whose early career included several collaborations with Douglas Sirk ("Mystery Submarine" 1950, "Weekend With Father" 1951, etc.). Boyle's later work has ranged from the ominous trappings of J. Lee Thompson's "Cape Fear" (1962) and Hitchcock's "The Birds" (1963) and "Marnie" (1964) to the untroubled decor of "Troop Beverly Hills" (1989).

Durable art director whose early career included several collaborations with Douglas Sirk ("Mystery Submarine" 1950, "Weekend With Father" 1951, etc.). Boyle's later work has ranged from the ominous trappings of J. Lee Thompson's "Cape Fear" (1962) and Hitchcock's "The Birds" (1963) and "Marnie" (1964) to the untroubled decor of "Troop Beverly Hills" (1989).

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