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1. Doug McClure Doug McClure Actor, The Virginian Douglas Osborne McClure was born on May 11, 1935 in Glendale, California. Educated at UCLA, this blond leading man long made a career of apparent agelessness. He played one young sidekick after another through numerous movies and one television series after another, playing 20ish roles into his late 40s...
2. Thelma Ritter Thelma Ritter Actress, Rear Window Thelma Ritter appeared in high school plays and was trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. In the 1940s she worked in radio. Her movie career was started with a bit part in the 1946 Miracle on 34th Street. In the movie she played a weary Xmas shopper. Her performance in the short scene was noticed by Darryl F. Zanuck who insisted her role be expanded...
3. Dean Jagger Dean Jagger Actor, White Christmas Dean Jagger was born in Lima, Ohio, on November 7, 1903. He dropped out of high school twice before finally graduating from Wabash College. Working first as a school teacher, he soon became interested in acting and enrolled at Chicago's "Lyceum Art Conservatory". Mr. Jagger made his first movie and only silent film...
4. Joseph L. Mankiewicz Joseph L. Mankiewicz Writer, All About Eve Born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on February 11, 1909, Joseph Leo Mankiewicz first worked for the movies as a translator of intertitles, employed by Paramount in Berlin, the UFA's American distributor at the time (1928). He became a dialoguist, then a screenwriter on numerous Paramount productions in Hollywood...
5. Peggy Rea Peggy Rea Actress, Grace Under Fire
6. Ian Carmichael Ian Carmichael Actor, I'm All Right Jack Unassuming, innocent-eyed and always ingratiating, Brit comedy actor Ian Carmichael was quite the popular chap in late 50s and early 60s film. He was born in Hull, Yorkshire, England on June 18, 1920, the son of Arthur Denholm Carmichael, an optician, and his wife Kate (Gillett). After receiving his schooling at Bromsgove High School and Scarborough College...
7. Edith Bouvier Beale Edith Bouvier Beale Self, Grey Gardens
8. Franklin Cover Franklin Cover Actor, The Jeffersons
9. Björn Granath Björn Granath Actor, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
10. Irving Bacon Irving Bacon Actor, Gone with the Wind A minor character actor who appeared in literally hundreds of films, actor Irving Bacon could always be counted on for expressing bug-eyed bewilderment or cautious frustration in small-town settings with his revolving door of friendly, servile parts - mailmen, milkmen, clerks, chauffeurs, cab drivers...
11. Emeric Pressburger Emeric Pressburger Writer, The Red Shoes Educated at the Universities of Prague and Stuttgart, Emeric Pressburger worked as a journalist in Hungary and Germany and an author and scriptwriter in Berlin and Paris. He was a Hungarian Jew, chased around Europe (he worked on films for UFA in Berlin and Paris) before World War II, finally finding sanctuary in London--but as a scriptwriter who didn't speak English...
12. Dolores Moran Dolores Moran Actress, To Have and Have Not Better known for her scandalous private life than for her mild film input, the story goes that blonde, extremely well-endowed Dolores Moran was checked out at an annual Sacramento Elks Lodge picnic in 1941 by a Warner Brothers talent scout in the early 40s and a starlet was born. Born in Stockton, California in 1924...
13. Bennie E. Dobbins Bennie E. Dobbins Stunts, Star Trek
14. Sam Coppola Sam Coppola Actor, Saturday Night Fever
15. W.S. Van Dyke W.S. Van Dyke Director, The Thin Man For the better part of his career, Woodbridge Strong Van Dyke lived up to his sobriquet "One-Take Woody" by steadfastly adhering to his credo of shooting each scene as quickly and efficiently as possible. Over his 25-year career, he economically directed over 90 diverse entertainments, which not only...
16. Roxanne Kernohan Roxanne Kernohan Actress, Tango & Cash Stunningly lovely, vibrant and extremely well-built statuesque blonde beauty Roxanne Kernohan greatly enlivened a handful of hugely enjoyable late 80s horror, science fiction and exploitation pictures with her exceptionally attractive looks, bubbly, appealing and vivacious personality, and considerable sex appeal...
17. George Arliss George Arliss Actor, Disraeli One of the oldest actors on the screen in the 1920s and 1930s, George Arliss starred on the London stage from an early age. He came to the United States and starred in several films, but it was his role as British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli in Disraeli that brought him his greatest success.
18. Kenne Duncan Kenne Duncan Actor, Night of the Ghouls
19. Dirk Rambo Dirk Rambo Actor, The New Loretta Young Show
20. Todd Karns Todd Karns Actor, It's a Wonderful Life Son of character actor Roscoe Karns. They appeared together for 5 years in the live televisionshow 'Rocky King, Detective'. The last 30 years Todd Karns had his own theatre near Guadalajara, Mexico.
21. Tip Tipping Tip Tipping Stunts, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
22. Elsa Janssen Elsa Janssen Actress, The Pride of the Yankees
23. Santo Santo Actor, Santo vs. las mujeres vampiro Legendary masked Mexican wrestler / actor who achieved icon status via his highly colorful wrestling career and starring appearances in nearly 60 motion pictures. Born Rodolfo Guzmán Huerta on September 23rd, 1917 in Hidalgo, Mexico, he was the fifth of seven children and the family moved to Mexico City in the 1920s where Rodolfo became keenly interested in several sports including baseball...
24. S. William Hinzman S. William Hinzman Actor, Night of the Living Dead
25. Dana Vávrová Dana Vávrová Actress, Stalingrad
26. Len Wayland Len Wayland Actor, From These Roots Before his break into television in the 1950s, Len Wayland began as a Broadway actor and toured the country starring in such favorites as "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "A Man for All Seasons". He later started his television career with a stint in soap operas and then, later, in nighttime dramas. He went on to appear in episodes of The F.B.I....
27. Claude Autant-Lara Claude Autant-Lara Director, Four Bags Full
28. René Cardona Jr. René Cardona Jr. Director, Guyana: Cult of the Damned
29. Samantha Juste Samantha Juste Self, Hey, Hey We're the Monkees
30. Jeffrey Segal Jeffrey Segal Actor, Rest in Pieces
31. Gwendolyn Watts Gwendolyn Watts Actress, Billy Liar
32. William Collier Jr. William Collier Jr. Actor, Little Caesar Buster Collier was born Charles F. Gall Jr. in New York and got his show-business start at the age of seven, his mother being an actress and his father being a theater manager. His parents later divorced and his mother married actor William Collier Sr., who adopted the boy and gave him his new name, William Collier Jr....
33. Kathryn Jackson Kathryn Jackson Actress, Joshua
34. Sujit Kumar Sujit Kumar Actor, Aradhana
35. Donald Peterman Donald Peterman Cinematographer, Men in Black
36. Joe Raposo Joe Raposo Composer, The Electric Company
37. Emrys James Emrys James Actor, Dragonslayer
38. Earle S. Dewey Earle S. Dewey Actor, This Gun for Hire
39. James Gallery James Gallery Actor, Salem's Lot
40. Fred Ball Fred Ball Self, Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie
41. Ki-young Kim Ki-young Kim Director, Hanyo
42. David Wiley David Wiley Actor, Friday the 13th Part III
43. Nicholas Webb Nicholas Webb Actor, The Punch and Judy Man
44. Michael Lawrence Michael Lawrence Writer, Carrots
45. Gwili Andre Gwili Andre Actress, Secrets of the French Police Danish-born Gwili Andre was a blonde beauty who had the talent and the looks necessary for the big time, but somehow just couldn't put everything together and was mired in B pictures (e.g., Secrets of the French Police, Roar of the Dragon) for most of her career. After retiring from the screen, she died in an apartment fire in 1959.
46. David Axlerod David Axlerod Writer, Captain Kangaroo
47. Hideo Oguni Hideo Oguni Writer, Seven Samurai
48. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Self, David Wants to Fly Indian founder transcendental meditation, born in Allahabad, UP, India in 1917. He abandoned his scientific studies to become a follower of Guru Dev. He founded the science of creative intelligence and, as an exponent of the relaxation technique called transcendental meditation, he became one of the first Eastern gurus to attract a Western following...
49. Sidney Bernstein Sidney Bernstein Producer, Memory of the Camps
50. Hans Fallada Hans Fallada Writer, Alone in Berlin
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