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1. Georges Méliès Georges Méliès Director, Le voyage à travers l'impossible Georges Méliès was a French illusionist and film director famous for leading many technical and narrative developments in the earliest days of cinema. Méliès was an especially prolific innovator in the use of special effects, popularizing such techniques as substitution splices, multiple exposures, time-lapse photography, dissolves, and hand-painted color...
2. William Morris William Morris Actor, Monsieur Lecoq
3. Rabindranath Tagore Rabindranath Tagore Music Department, Charulata
4. Theodore Roberts Theodore Roberts Actor, The Ten Commandments The son of a sea captain, Theodore Roberts was a veteran stage actor, making his first appearance in 1880. Often referred to as the "Grand Duke of Hollywood," Roberts was a regular on the Cecil B. DeMille team and appeared in 23 of DeMille's films. He is best remembered for his role as Moses in DeMille's The Ten Commandments...
5. Eille Norwood Eille Norwood Actor, The Boscombe Valley Mystery
6. Chung Ling Soo Chung Ling Soo
7. Florence Roberts Florence Roberts Actress, Babes in Toyland
8. Nellie Melba Nellie Melba Soundtrack, Country Life
9. Wilhelm Diegelmann Wilhelm Diegelmann Actor, The Blue Angel
10. Jose Rizal Jose Rizal Writer, El filibusterismo
11. Dark Cloud Dark Cloud Actor, The Song of the Wildwood Flute
12. Mme. Ernestine Schumann-Heink Mme. Ernestine Schumann-Heink Self, Mme. Ernestine Schumann-Heink
13. Henrietta Crosman Henrietta Crosman Actress, Pilgrimage
14. Fridtjof Nansen Fridtjof Nansen Self, Vår egen tid
15. Mrs. William Bechtel Mrs. William Bechtel Actress, The Land Beyond the Sunset
16. Rudolf Del Zopp Rudolf Del Zopp Director, Überlistet
17. Phyllis Allen Phyllis Allen Actress, Pay Day Getting her show business start in vaudeville, Phyllis Allen's large physique and excellent timing made her a natural for film comedies, and she appeared in many of Mack Sennett's slapstick films. She also appeared in several of Charles Chaplin's movies, and was often paired with equally hefty comedian Mack Swain.
18. Hal Wilson Hal Wilson Actor, The Heart of Carita
19. Max Figman Max Figman Actor, Jack Chanty Max Figman, a veteran actor, whose last important Broadway role was that of Louis XV in "The Dubarry" on stage in 1932. Starting his career under Augustin Daly, and later under the management of Charles Frohman was a member of the old Madison Square Garden Stock Company. For seven years he was leading man and stage director with Mrs.Fiske...
20. André Calmettes André Calmettes Director, Richard III
21. Italo Svevo Italo Svevo Writer, Careless Svevo worked as a bank clerk, and, after marrying Lidia Veneziani, he directed her father's factory, which supplied a special naval paint. He was much more successful as a businessman than as a writer at the time, his scripts being totally neglected. His fame came when he was over sixty, thanks to the interest of his English teacher, a young James Joyce.
22. William J. Burns William J. Burns Actor, The Strangler
23. Robert Disney Robert Disney
24. Alberta Gallatin Alberta Gallatin Actress, Fine Feathers
25. Morgan Robertson Morgan Robertson Writer, The Closing of the Circuit American short story writer and novelist, was born the son of Andrew Robertson, a ship captain on the Great Lakes, and Amelia (Glassford) Robertson. Morgan went to sea as a cabin boy and was in the merchant service from 1866 to 1877, rising to first mate. Tiring of life at sea, he studied jewelry making at Cooper Union in New York City and worked for 10 years as a diamond setter...
26. Gaston Dubosc Gaston Dubosc Actor, Mon père avait raison
27. Juan A. Caicedo Juan A. Caicedo Self, Caicedo (with Spurs)
28. Vaja-Pshavela Vaja-Pshavela Writer, Vedreba
29. Adolph Lestina Adolph Lestina Actor, Hearts of the World
30. Fred Storey Fred Storey Actor, Rip Van Winkle
31. Sam Allen Sam Allen Actor, The Son of the Wolf A veteran character actor, Allen was on the stage in 1880 and joined Biograph in New York in 1910.
32. Ferdinand Bonn Ferdinand Bonn Actor, Don Juans letztes Abenteuer
33. Lucius Henderson Lucius Henderson Director, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
34. Howard Truesdale Howard Truesdale Actor, Go West
35. Oscar Eagle Oscar Eagle Director, The Dictator
36. Leo Stein Leo Stein Writer, The Merry Widow
37. William H. Turner William H. Turner Actor, Traffic in Souls
38. Charles Swickard Charles Swickard Director, Hell's Hinges
39. Rudge Harding Rudge Harding Actor, The Brass Bottle
40. Tom Mowbray Tom Mowbray Actor, The Brass Bottle
41. Joseph Hart Joseph Hart Actor, Foxy Grandpa Shows Boys He Is a Magician
42. Alice Washburn Alice Washburn Actress, The Two Flats
43. Angel Gregorio Villoldo Angel Gregorio Villoldo Soundtrack, Scent of a Woman
44. Albert Chevalier Albert Chevalier Soundtrack, Ziegfeld Follies
45. Maud Gage Baum Maud Gage Baum Miscellaneous Crew, The Wizard of Oz
46. Juhani Aho Juhani Aho Writer, Juha
47. Augustin Berger Augustin Berger Actor, Únos bankére Fuxe
48. Cyrus Townsend Brady Cyrus Townsend Brady Writer, Vengeance - and the Woman Cyrus Brady, an Episcopal minister, was a successful author, with over 100 books to his credit, and went to work for Vitagraph in 1914 as a screenwriter. He wrote everything from romances to action pictures, and even took on the serial genre. His brother, Jasper Ewing Brady, was also a screenwriter, first for Vitagraph and then for Metro. Cyrus died in Yonkers, NY, in 1920.
49. Francis Perry Elliott Francis Perry Elliott Writer, Pals First
50. Mary Moore Mary Moore Actress, David Garrick
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