Holy Cross Culver City, CA

Men and women who have been interred at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California.
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Jean Acker
Jean Acker was born in 1893 on a farm in Trenton, NJ, and was named Harriet. Her father was part Cherokee and her mother was Irish, and they had separated when she was young. Jean attended school at St. Mary's Seminary in Springfield, NJ. Her acting career began in vaudeville and stock-company drama before she moved in front of the cameras...
“ Plot: Section N, Plot 542 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Grotto Section ” - Syl
 
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Frank Albertson
Actor, Psycho
Frank Albertson entered the film industry in 1922 as a prop boy, but soon graduated into acting. He was a prolific and reliable character actor who occasionally played the lead in a "B" picture, but was used mainly as a supporting actor in scores of films, often cast as a wisecracking cab driver, a cop or a reporter.
“ Plot: Section P, Lot 284, Grave 4 ” - Syl
 
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Sara Allgood
Dublin-born Sara Allgood started her acting career in her native country with the famed Abbey Theatre. From there she traveled to the English stage, where she played for many years before making her film debut in 1918. Her warm, open Irish face meant that she spent a lot of time playing Irish mothers...
“ Plot: Section D, Lot 249, Grave 6 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section K, Lot N, Grave 7 ” - Syl
 
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Richard Arlen
Actor, Wings
During World War I, Richard Arlen served in the Royal Canadian Flying Corps as a pilot, but he never saw combat. After the war he drifted round and eventually wound up in Los Angeles, where he got a job as a motorcycle messenger at a film laboratory. When he crashed into the gates of Paramount Pictures and suffered a broken leg...
“ Plot: T-T57-130 ” - Syl
 
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Henry Armetta
Sicilian-born character actor who appeared in scores of American films, usually as an exuberant and demonstrative Italian. As a teenager in 1902, Armetta stowed away on a boat bound for New York. There he did menial jobs until landing a position as a valet and presser at the Lambs Club, the New York actors' club...
“ Plot: Section D, Lot 295 ” - Syl
 
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Mary Astor
Her German immigrant father pushed her into a beauty contest at 14 and her first movie Sentimental Tommy at 15. After a number of minor parts she starred in John Barrymore's Beau Brummel. She had a lively affair with Barrymore, over with before she starred a second time with him, in Don Juan...
“ Plot: N-L523-5. Facing the mausoleum, go 10 rows down the slope to your right. The grave is about 6 feet to the right of the large wide tree. ” - Syl
 
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John Beradino
Major league baseball player, 1939-52; military service 1942-45; played second base and shortstop for the St. Louis Browns, Cleveland Indians, and Pittsburgh Pirates; lifetime batting average .249
 
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“ Plot: Section D, Lot 215 ” - Syl
 
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Sally Blane
Although this lovely, light brown-haired leading lady would wind up better known as one of Loretta Young's three acting sisters, Sally Blane nevertheless enjoyed a lively albeit modest "B" film career during the late '20s and '30s. The resemblance to her "A"-level sister was very strong--the same graceful...
“ Plot: Section W, Tier 19, Space 21 [unmarked] ” - Syl
 
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Roman Bohnen
Roman Bohnen, known as "Bud" to his family and friends was not only an excellent film actor but also a stage actor of note. As a member of the prestigious Group Theatre from 1934-40, he appeared in such classic productions as "Waiting for Lefty", "Golden Boy", "Awake and Sing" and "The Gentle People"...
“ Plot: Section D, Lot 180 [unmarked] ” - Syl
 
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Ray Bolger
Ray Bolger was born Raymond Wallace Bolger on January 10, 1904 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, to Anne C. (Wallace) and James Edward Bolger, both Irish-Americans. Ray began his career in vaudeville. He was half of a team called "Sanford and Bolger" and also did numerous Broadway shows on his own. Like Gene Kelly...
“ Plot: Mausoleum, Block 35, Crypt F2 ” - Syl
 
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Fortunio Bonanova
Spanish-born Josep Lluis Moll studied music in Madrid and at the Paris Conservatoire. Having changed his name to Fortunio Bonanova (which, at the time, would have sounded more becoming of a budding musical star), he went on to make his international opera debut as a baritone in 1922. A protégé of the famous Russian bass Feodor Chaliapin Sr....
“ Plot: Section V, Tier 9, Grave 214 ” - Syl
 
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Charles Boyer
Actor, Gaslight
Charles Boyer studied philosophy before he went to the theater where he gave his debut in 1920. Although he had at first no intentions to pursue a career at the movies (his first movie was L'homme du large by Marcel L'Herbier) he used his chance in Hollywood after several filming stations all over Europe...
“ Plot: St. Ann Section, 5, L186 ” - Syl
 
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Scott Brady
He had the manly good looks and rugged appeal to make it to top stardom in Hollywood and succeeded quite well as a sturdy leading man of standard action on film and TV. Born in Brooklyn on September 13, 1924, Irish-American Scott Brady was christened Gerard Kenneth Tierney (called Jerry) by parents Lawrence and Maria Tierney...
“ Plot: Mausoleum, Block 156, Crypt B7 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section R, Tier 29, Grave 168 ” - Syl
 
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Argentina Brunetti
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on August 31, 1907, Argentina Brunetti began her show business career at the age of three with a walk-on role in the opera "Cavelaria Rusticana", and followed her famous mother Mimi Aguglia's footsteps in the theater, performing supporting roles on stages throughout Europe and South America...
“ Plot: Main Mausoleum, Corridor B-70, Crypt B-2 ” - Syl
 
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Daws Butler
Daws Butler spent the greater part of his career as one of the premier voice-over actors in Hollywood- providing the voices for such well- known characters as Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Quick-Draw McGraw, Snagglepuss, Jinks the cat, Dixie the mouse, Augie Doggie, Peter Potamus, Wally Gator, Hokey Wolf...
“ Plot: Mother of Sorrows, section 515 ” - Syl
 
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John Candy
Actor, Spaceballs
Candy was one of Canada's greatest and funniest character actors. His well-known role as the big hearted buffoon earned him classics in Uncle Buck and Planes, Trains & Automobiles. His career has handed him some dry spells but Candy always rebounded. Born in Newmarket, Ontario, in the year 1950, Candy was the son of Evangeline (Aker) and Sidney James Candy...
“ Plot: Mausoleum, Room 7, Crypt B1 ” - Syl
 
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Macdonald Carey
American film and television actor MacDonald Carey became famous for his role as Dr. Tom Horton on NBC's soap opera Days of Our Lives. For three decades he was the centered cast member of the show. His film career was from the 1940s-'60s, and he appeared mostly in second-features (aka "B" pictures). He became known in Hollywood as "The King of the B's" (much like Lucille Ball...
“ Plot: Grotto, 19, L196 ” - Syl
 
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Nick Castle
Miscellaneous Crew, Royal Wedding
Nick Castle worked in his early years as dance director in vaudeville, before he went in 1937 to Hollywood, where he worked as choreographer first at Fox, Paramount, Warner, MGM and Columbia with Shirley Temple, George Murphy, Betty Grable, Ann Miller, Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire
“ Plot: St. Ann Section, 2, L187 ” - Syl
 
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Walter Catlett
Walter Catlett carved out a career for himself playing excitable, officious blowhards, and few actors did it better. A San Francisco native, he started out in vaudeville - with a detour for a while in opera - before breaking into films in the mid-1920s. Two of his best remembered roles were as the stage...
“ Plot: Section S Tier 49 grave 17 ” - Syl
 
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Hobart Cavanaugh
Worried-looking, balding, moustachioed and usually bespectacled small part character actor, prolific during the 1930s and 40s. Hobart Cavanaugh played downtrodden or henpecked little men -- the perennial victim, forever nervous or bewildered -- to absolute perfection. He was most at home as clerks, mailmen...
 
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Marguerite Chapman
Marguerite Chapman, a small-town secretary and tomboy nicknamed "Slugger", became a model only after friends insisted "you oughta be in pictures", and she went on to act in more than 30 movies. Never a Hollywood wannabe, Chapman grew up in Chatham, New York, with four brothers. She started working as a typist and switchboard operator in White Plains...
“ Plot: Mausoleum, Block 28, Crypt 3 ” - Syl
 
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Ruth Clifford
Actress, Wagon Master
American actress, originally of leading roles, whose career lasted from silent days into the television era. A native of Rhode Island, she attended St. Mary's Seminary in Narragansett, Rhode Island, then, following her mother's death in 1911, came to Los Angeles as a teenager to live with her actress aunt...
“ Plot: Section M, Lot 642
GPS coordinates: 33.9924889, -118.3853989 (hddd.dddd) ” - Syl
 
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Bill Cody
"B"-picture cowboy star Bill Cody was born William Joseph Cody, Jr., on January 5, 1891, in St. Paul, Minnesota (some sources list his place of birth as Manitoba, Canada). He was no relation to William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody. He was educated at Saint Thomas Military Academy in Minneapolis and later attended St...
“ Plot: Section A, Lot 85, Grave 12 [Unmarked] ” - Syl
 
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Pinto Colvig
Pinto Colvig was the quintessential clown whose own identity was always hidden but whose innate warm-hearted character always came through his many talents. His humor tickled the funny bone and touched the heart. Incredibly gifted in music, art and mime, he spoke to different generations in different roles: as a child clown playing a squeaky clarinet...
 
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Jackie Coogan
Actor, The Kid
Jackie Coogan was born into a family of vaudevillians where his father was a dancer and his mother had been a child star. On the stage by four, Jackie was touring at the age of five with his family in Los Angeles, California. While performing on the stage, he was spotted by Charles Chaplin, who then and there planned a movie in which he and Jackie would star...
“ Plot: F, T56, 47 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Saint Ann's Garden ” - Syl
 
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Jeanne Coyne
Actress, Kiss Me Kate
Jeannie Coyne was a talented dancer who was a long time assistant of Gene Kelly and appeared in a few of his films. Her biggest role would be to dance with Bobby Van in the "From this moment on" number from Kiss Me Kate. Coyne would later become Kelly's second wife and bear him two children, but unfortunately died in 1973 of leukemia.
“ Plot: Section R Tier 24 grave 93
GPS coordinates: 33.9924088, -118.3888550 (hddd.dddd) ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section R (Resurrection) T9 115
GPS coordinates: 33.9922905, -118.3889465 (hddd.dddd) ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section U, Tier 10, Grave 18 ” - Syl
 
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Bing Crosby
Bing Crosby was born Harry Lillis Crosby, Jr. in Tacoma, Washington, the fourth of seven children of Catherine Helen "Kate" (Harrigan) and Harry Lowe Crosby, a brewery bookkeeper. He was of English and Irish descent. Crosby studied law at Gonzaga University in Spokane but was more interested in playing the drums and singing with a local band...
“ Plot: Grotto, L-119, space 1 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section F ” - Syl
 
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Dick Curtis
Tall, hulking character actor Dick Curtis spent years at Columbia Pictures menacing everyone from cowboy star Charles Starrett to the slapstick team of The Three Stooges. Curtis, unlike many movie villains, showed a genuine flair for comedy--especially physical comedy--in his many appearances in the studio's two-reelers and could do a double-take...
“ Plot: Section H, Lot 415 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section Q, Lot 408, Grave 1 [Unmarked] ” - Syl
 
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Mona Darkfeather
Princess Mona Darkfeather was born Josephine M. Workman in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles on 13 January 1882. Her grandparents were William Workman (1799-1876), a native of England, and Nicolasa Urioste (1802-1892), who hailed from the Taos pueblo of New Mexico. Consequently, though Darkfeather...
“ Plot: Section K, Lot 116, Grave 7 ” - Syl
 
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Joan Davis
Widely popular comedienne appeared in some movies and on radio in the 40s and on early television. She starred in the popular television series, I Married Joan, with Jim Backus as her husband and her real-life daughter, Beverly Wills as her sister. Joan died of a sudden heart attack in 1961. Two years later, a fire tragically claimed the lives of her mother, daughter and two grandsons.
“ Plot: Mausoleum, Block 46, Crypt D1 ” - Syl
 
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Virginia Davis
Virginia Davis was born on December 31, 1918, in Kansas City, Missouri. Her father was a traveling furniture salesman and spent much time away from home. With her husband gone for weeks at a time, Margaret Davis, a housewife, focused all her attention on her daughter; she began taking Virginia to dancing lessons and modeling auditions when she was 2...
“ Plot: Mausoleum, Main Floor, East Court, Block 257, Row H, Niche 1 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section F, Tier 7, Grave 53 (NM) ” - Syl
 
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Dennis Day
Always bright and beaming from ear to ear, Irish singer Dennis Day's name and career remains synonymous with that of Jack Benny's, working with the star comedian on radio and TV for the entire duration. It was Jack who gave him his break in 1939 and Jack who kept him employed as a singer and naive comic sidekick (his "Gee...
“ Plot: Section W, Tier 53, Grave 37
GPS coordinates: 33.9933891, -118.3807831 (hddd.dddd) ” - Syl
 
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Pedro de Cordoba
Actor, Saboteur
Although many people are under the impression that Pedro de Cordoba was Mexican, his mother was French and his father was Cuban, and he was born in New York City. De Cordoba's career began in silent films, where he established himself as a solid character actor, and his career carried over into talkies...
“ Plot: Section G, Lot 258, Grave 1 ” - Syl
 
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Frederick De Cordova
Educated at Northwestern University, Frederick De Cordova began his show business career on the stage, and came to Hollywood in the mid-'40s as a dialogue director. He graduated to director in 1945. He spent much of his career at Universal Pictures, where he turned out medium-budget westerns, comedies and musicals...
 
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“ Plot: Section M, Lot 422, Grave 2 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section M, L-488
GPS coordinates: 33.9921494, -118.3848267 (hddd.dddd) ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section M, Lot 422, Grave 3 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: (Unmarked) ” - Syl
 
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Johnny Desmond
Singer, songwriter ("Oh, My Darlin'"), author and actor, educated at the Detroit Conservatory of Music, and a band vocalist with the orchestras of Glenn Miller, Gene Krupa and Bob Crosby. He performed regularly, even through his final illness, in live venues, and made many records and radio/television...
“ Plot: Section F, Tier 44, Grave 30 ” - Syl
 
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John Doucette
Actor, Lock Up
Stocky, balding American character actor with a rich, deep voice, equally adept at Western bad guys and Shakespeare. He began his career in films in minor roles, primarily as gangland henchmen, and progressed to become widely familiar as a figure in a variety of dramas and occasional comedies. Although a stalwart and reliable supporting player...
 
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William Dozier
William Dozier was an American TV and movie producer who made it to the top of the TV heap briefly in the mid-1960s with his show Batman: The Movie. Born on February 13, 1908 in Omaha, Nebraska, Dozier was also known for his wives. After divorcing his first wife, he was married to Oscar-winner Joan Fontaine from 1946 to 1951 and to movie star Ann Rutherford from 1953 to his death on April 23...
 
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“ Plot: Section R, Tier 26, Grave 188 ” - Syl
 
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Al Dubin
Soundtrack, Goodfellas
Prolific Academy Award-winning songwriter Al Dubin ("Lullaby of Broadway" [1935]) came to the US in 1893 and was educated at the Perkiomen Seminary in Pennsylvania. He joined the staff of several New York music publishing companies. He enlisted in the US Army in World War I and served in the 77th Infantry Division...
“ Plot: Section D, Lot 349, Grave 2 ” - Syl
 
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Jimmy Durante
First wife Jeanne died in 1943. Wed second wife, Marjorie Little after 16 year courtship when she was 39 and he 67 Marjorie Little had been the hatcheck girl at the Copacabana. Durante and his second wife adopted a baby girl, Cecelia Alicia on Christmas day 1961. Durante doted on "CeCe" until his death.
“ Plot: F, T96, space 6 ” - Syl
 
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Vince Edwards
Actor, Ben Casey
Vince Edwards aspired to the arts and theater at an early age. He also found time to become a swimming champion in New York State, and he won scholarship to the Ohio State University. He was on its national championship swimming team, but a budding stint in the Summer Olympic Gamnes was cut short by an appendectomy...
“ Plot: Section CC, Tier 64, Grave 29 ” - Syl
 
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Richard Egan
Actor, Pollyanna
Richard Egan attended St Ignatius Preparatory School in San Francisco before going to university. He enlisted in the Army in 1942 and was discharged with the rank of captain. After that, he resumed his studies at Stanford University where he graduated in Theatre History and Drama in 1948. He interpreted about thirty plays and started his film career in 1949.
“ Plot: AA, Tier 38, 139 ” - Syl
 
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John Farrow
John Farrow wrote short stories and plays during his four-year career in the navy. In the late 1920s he came to Hollywood as a technical advisor for a film about Marines and stayed as a screenwriter, from A Sailor's Sweetheart through Tarzan Escapes. He married Tarzan's Jane, Maureen O'Sullivan, in 1936. He began directing in 1937 (Men in Exile and West of Shanghai)...
“ Plot: Section P, Lot 317, Grave 5 ” - Syl
 
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Emily Fitzroy
Actress, The Bat
British born actress in American films. She made her film debut in 1915 with Dustin Farnum. She appeared in scores of silent films as a character actress, but reached her greatest prominence with the coming of sound. Fitzroy specialized in motherly and society women characters.
“ Plot: [unmarked] ” - Syl
 
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James Flavin
Actor, King Kong
Jut-jawed and jaunty-looking Irish-American character actor appeared in countless Hollywood films of the 1930s and '40s in which he almost always portrayed a keeper of order: e.g., a ship's second mate or a US Marine platoon sergeant or a big-city police investigator. The only exception to his good-guy rule was his brief appearance as a thug in the comedy _Brother Orchid (1940)_.
“ Plot: Section W Tier 8 Grave 19
GPS coordinates: 33.9926605, -118.3816681 (hddd.dddd) ” - Syl
 
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Joe Flynn
Born on November 8, 1924, in Youngstown, Ohio and after attending Northwestern University, Flynn began his entertainment career as a ventriloquist and as a radio performer. During World War II, he served in the Army's Special Services Branch (formerly the Morale Branch) entertaining the troops in the United States...
“ Plot: Section W, Tier 020, Grave 75 ” - Syl
 
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George J. Folsey
Cinematographer, Forbidden Planet
Pioneer cinematographer George Folsey started out in 1914 as an errand boy with the Lasky Feature Play Company in New York. His introduction to camerawork came, when he was asked by cinematographer H. Lyman Broening to assist with post-production (tracking dissolve and fades for intercutting). By the time he was 21...
 
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Francis Ford
Elder brother of the director John Ford and himself a screen director (and John's erstwhile mentor) until the advent of sound. He had also acted in his own films and those of other directors, but turned to acting exclusively circa 1929. As actor, he would provide convincing portrayals of men of authority - men sometimes ruthless if not downright unsavory...
“ Plot: Section M, Lot 273, Grave 1
GPS coordinates: 33.9922104, -118.3855286 (hddd.dddd) ” - Syl
 
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John Ford
Director, The Searchers
John Ford is, arguably, The Great American Director. When Orson Welles, who repeatedly screened Ford's Stagecoach as a crash course in filmmaking before helming his first film, Citizen Kane, was asked who his three favorite directors were, he answered, "John Ford, John Ford, and John Ford." Along with D.W. Griffith and Cecil B. DeMille...
“ Plot: M, L304, 5 ” - Syl
 
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Wallace Ford
Actor, Freaks
A stocky, friendly-faced character actor, Ford was born Samuel Jones in England and his childhood rivaled the brutality that Charles Dickens ever dreamed up. He lived for a while in an orphanage after being separated from his parents. While still young, he was sent to a Toronto branch of the orphanage...
“ Plot: Section M, Lot 601, Space 4 [unmarked] ” - Syl
 
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Victoria Forde
Victoria Forde was born in New York City on April 21, 1896. The city in which she came into the world was the entertainment capital of the world at that time. Broadway and the fledgling film industry were located there. Victoria gravitated toward that entertainment field. She was just 16 years old when she appeared in her first silent motion picture called Sheridan's Ride in 1913...
 
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“ Plot: Section W, Tier 19, Grave 22 ” - Syl
 
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Mary Frann
Actress, Newhart
“ Plot: CC-T 52 #58 ” - Syl
 
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William E. Garity
Sound Department, Fantasia
 
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Pauline Garon
Born in Montreal, the youngest of 11 children, Pauline Garon spent seven years at one of the most prestigious convent schools in Montreal, le Sacre-Coeur. She wasn't yet 20 when she ran away to New York to become an actress. After some success on Broadway in plays such as "Buddies" and "Sonny," she made her first movie...
 
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Charles Gemora
Makeup Department, Jack the Giant Killer
Stowed away on an American vessel sailing out of the Philippines, a young Charles Gemora arrived in California while the birth of cinema was in full swing. To help earn a little extra cash, Charlie would hang around the Universal entrance offering to sketch portraits. It wasn't long before his natural...
“ Plot: Section N, Lot 303, Grave 1 ” - Syl
 
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Gaston Glass
Production Manager, Peyton Place
“ Plot: Section D, Lot 14 ” - Syl
 
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James Gleason
James Gleason was born in New York City to William Gleason and Mina Crolius, who were both in the theatre. He was married to Lucile Gleason (born Lucile Webster), and had a son, Russell Gleason. As a young man James fought in the Spanish-American War. After the war he joined the stock company at the Liberty Theater in Oakland...
“ Plot: Section D, Sacred Heart 368 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Mausoleum, outdoor Garden, Block 275, Crypt E5 ” - Syl
 
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Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez
Actor, Rio Bravo
Providing rather unrestrained Latin caricature comedy relief by typically mangling the English language and appearing slow to grasp in the 1950s, diminutive character comedian Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez had to endure some "politically incorrect" flak over the latter course of his career but, in retrospect...
“ Plot: New Mausoleum, Block 10, Tier F-1 ” - Syl
 
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Bonita Granville
Producer, Lassie
After her marriage to oil millionaire Jack Wrather in 1947, she appeared in only three more movies. She became an executive in the Wrather Corp., and first associate producer, then executive producer of the LassieTV series. After Wrather's death in 1984, she took over as chairman of the board...
“ Plot: Grotto, Lot 196, 12 ” - Syl
 
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Gilda Gray
Actress, Piccadilly
The creator of 'the Shimmy' was a voluptuous blonde dancer with mischievous eyes, born Marianna Michalska in Kracow, Poland. Her parents died tragically and she was eventually adopted from an orphanage. Her foster-parents took her to the U.S. in 1909, where she commenced her career singing in her father-in-law's Chicago saloon...
“ Plot: Section S, Tier 46, Grave 67
GPS coordinates: 33.9934807, -118.3872528 (hddd.dd ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Grotto area. Buried next to his parents ” - Syl
 
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Jack Haley
Jack Haley was a movie and vaudeville actor who is always remembered as the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz. The Tin Man role was originally was going to Buddy Ebsen, but due to allergic reaction from the aluminum powder makeup, Ebsen was taken out of the casting and Haley replaced him. To avoid the same problem arising...
“ Plot: Grotto, L100, 2 ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Mausoleum, Block 73, Crypt B6 ” - Syl
 
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Juanita Hansen
Juanita Hansen's career goes back to at least 1915, and she worked for D.W. Griffith before becoming one of Mack Sennett's "Bathing Beauties." Sennett was so struck by her beauty that he often featured her over the other girls, which caused some friction among them. That could well be the reason she left Sennett in 1918 for Universal...
“ Plot: Section U, Tier 4, Grave 44 ” - Syl
 
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Henry Hathaway
Director, True Grit
Henry Hathaway, a son of a stage actress and manager, started his career as a child actor in westerns directed by Allan Dwan. His movie career was interrupted by World War I. After his discharge, he briefly tried a career in finance but then returned to Hollywood to work as an assistant director under such directors as Frank Lloyd...
“ Plot: Mausoleum, Block 42, Crypt C1 ” - Syl
 
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June Haver
June Haver was born on June 10, 1926, in Rock Island, Illinois, with the birth name of June Stovenour. Her parents divorced at an early age and she was adopted by Bert Haver, her stepfather. Her mother and new father moved to Cincinnati, where she appeared on the stage for the first time at the age of six in a local theater production of "Midnight in a Toyshop"...
“ Plot: Mausoleum, Room 7, Crypt D1 ” - Syl
 
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Allison Hayes
Anyone who loves B-movies of the 1950s appreciates this lovely actress Allison Hayes. She was born Mary Jane Hayes on March 6, 1930 in Charleston, West Virginia. The raven-haired beauty was the 1949 Washington, D.C. entry into the Miss America pageant. Shortly afterwards, Mary Jane adopted the familiar first name of Allison...
“ Plot: Mother of Sorrows, Lot 618, section N, grave 1
GPS coordinates: 33.9924812, -118.3837433 (hddd.dddd) ” - Syl
 
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Jack Hayes
Music Department, Up
 
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Rita Hayworth
Actress, Gilda
Margarita Carmen Cansino was born on October 17, 1918, in Brooklyn, New York, into a family of dancers. Her father, Eduardo was a dancer as was his father before him. He emigrated from Spain in 1913. Rita's mother met Eduardo in 1916 and were married the following year. Rita, herself, studied as a dancer in order to follow in her family's footsteps...
“ Plot: Grotto, L196, 6 (right of main sidewalk, near the curb) ” - Syl
 
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Chick Hearn
Actor, Fletch
One of the most recognizable voices in Los Angeles, Francis Dayle Hearn, better known as "Chick" was the play-by-play voice of the Los Angeles Lakers for from 1960 to 2002. Known for his witty comments during the game and lightning-quick reactions to the play on the court, Hearn was as well-known a personality as some of the past Laker greats including Jerry West...
“ Plot: Section F, Tier 64, Grave 42
GPS coordinates: 33.9912300, -118.3874893 (hddd.dddd) ” - Syl
 
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“ Plot: Section R, T-26, Grave 98
GPS coordinates: 33.9924507, -118.3884964 (hddd.dddd) ” - Syl
 
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Hugh Herbert
Former stage actor and playwright - he wrote over 150 plays and vaudeville sketches - Hugh Herbert went in the early 30s to Hollywood as comedian. In the 30s he worked mostly for Warner, impersonating often eccentric millionaires, tycoons and dimwitted professors, in a few movies he collaborated on the screenplays, e.g. on "Hit Parade of 1941".