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1. Davy Jones Davy Jones Actor, Head Davy Jones left home to become a jockey. While he was an apprentice, he was encouraged to go into acting and got a role in a production of "Peter Pan". From there, he played on Coronation Street and The Pickwick Papers before landing the role of "The Artful Dodger" in "Oliver!". This job took him to America's Broadway...
2. Frank Albertson 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.
3. Marc Cavell Marc Cavell Actor, Cool Hand Luke
4. Dana Broccoli Dana Broccoli Thanks, Inside 'Dr. No' Novelist and actress, Dana Broccoli, began her career as an actress on the New York and Boston stage and later moved to Los Angeles, where she met and married film producer Albert R. Broccoli. They moved to London and, together, they formed a film company, Danjaq LLC, which acquired the James Bond franchise and the "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" property...
5. Wes Farrell Wes Farrell Soundtrack, Midnight Cowboy
6. Gayne Rescher Gayne Rescher Cinematographer, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
7. Josef Swickard Josef Swickard Actor, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse A veteran stage and screen actor, Swickard was the brother of actor Charles Swickard. He entered films in 1912 and was playing supporting roles for Mack Sennett by 1914. He remained with Sennett until 1917 when he started numerous aristocratic roles in films. His career in sound films was somewhat limited and he played in low-budget and action serial type films...
8. La Lupe La Lupe Soundtrack, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown Well known for her high level of camp and her energetic performances, La Lupe was one of the Spanish-language world's greatest performance. Born in Cuba to a poor family, La Lupe began her life as a schoolteacher in Havana at her father's request. However music was in her blood, and against his wishes she entered a singing competition on the radio where she won first place...
9. Chief Many Treaties Chief Many Treaties Actor, The Law Rides Again
10. Bobby Connolly Bobby Connolly Miscellaneous Crew, Fools for Scandal
11. Ken Strickfaden Ken Strickfaden Special Effects, Dracula vs. Frankenstein
12. David Banks David Banks Actor, The Never-Never Affair
13. Dennis Chinnery Dennis Chinnery Actor, The Plague of the Zombies
14. James Cresson James Cresson Producer, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
15. Sergio Corrieri Sergio Corrieri Actor, I Am Cuba
16. E.F. Benson E.F. Benson Writer, Dead of Night Born the son of the Archbishop of Canterbury, E.F. Benson was a prolific writer of novels, ghost stories and biographies. Best known for the delightful '"Mapp & Lucia"' tales of two genteel ladies and their battles for social status.
17. George Angel Rivas Jr. George Angel Rivas Jr. Self, Conversation with Joseph Garcia and George Rivas
18. Melvin Purvis Melvin Purvis Self, Dillinger: Public Enemy No. 1
19. Wes Hudman Wes Hudman Actor, Sacred Scarab
20. Michael R. Tromer Michael R. Tromer Sound Department, Sea of Love
21. Meyer Dolinsky Meyer Dolinsky Writer, Live Bait
22. Woody Farmer Woody Farmer Actor, Low Blow
23. Sheldon Moldoff Sheldon Moldoff Writer, Marco Polo: Return to Xanadu Sheldon Moldoff was one of the great, uncredited illustrators during the Golden Age of comics. His earliest canvases were the sidewalks of New York, which he would draw upon with colored chalks. He decided to go into the comics illustrating business, under the mistaken impression that it paid a lot of money...
24. Sinclair Ross Sinclair Ross Writer, The Painted Door
25. Karl Noll Karl Noll Actor, Dobrý voják Svejk
26. Sidney Harmon Sidney Harmon Writer, The Talk of the Town
27. Ada Colangeli Ada Colangeli Actress, Un giorno nella vita
28. Vaughn Horton Vaughn Horton Soundtrack, We Need to Talk About Kevin Songwriter ("Mockin' Bird Hill", "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie"), composer, singer and author, educated at Pennsylvania State College. He was a country-and-western entertainer, and made many radio appearances, later producing and directing records. Joining ASCAP in 1945, his other popular-song compositions include "I Think I'm Gonna Cry Again"...
29. Nyrki Tapiovaara Nyrki Tapiovaara Director, One Man's Fate
30. Arthur Fellows Arthur Fellows Production Manager, House on Greenapple Road
31. Tore Lindwall Tore Lindwall Actor, A Time in the Sun
32. Anchise Brizzi Anchise Brizzi Cinematographer, Othello
33. John F. Long John F. Long Actor, The Home Owner
34. Unto Kumpulainen Unto Kumpulainen Cinematographer, Evakko
35. Jerome Lawrence Jerome Lawrence Writer, Inherit the Wind Jerome Lawrence is best known for the plays "Auntie Mame," "Inherit the Wind," and "First Monday in October" which he co-wrote with Robert E. Lee. In all, they collaborated on 39 works over their 50 year partnership. A theatre archive is named for them at Ohio State University, where Lawrence graduated...
36. Giulio Bonnard Giulio Bonnard Composer, Stadio
37. Jacqueline Morane Jacqueline Morane Actress, Gervaise
38. Ben Hendricks Ben Hendricks Sound Department, The Black Hole
39. Ferenc Karinthy Ferenc Karinthy Writer, Budapesti tavasz
40. Milton Kahn Milton Kahn Actor, The House of Rothschild
41. Anne Marie Moss Anne Marie Moss Self, 'Tis Autumn: The Search for Jackie Paris
42. Ludwik Starski Ludwik Starski Writer, Border Street
43. Dennis Danell Dennis Danell Self, Another State of Mind
44. Vasilis Tsivilikas Vasilis Tsivilikas Actor, Ohi tora agapoula
45. Hil Probert Hil Probert Self, Impact
46. Harry Knowles Harry Knowles Actor, The Schemers
47. Prashanta Kumar Shur Prashanta Kumar Shur Thanks, Kony
48. Václav Binovec Václav Binovec Director, Za svobodu národa
49. Buddy Dial Buddy Dial Self, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys
50. Durward Lely Durward Lely Actor, Rob Roy Durward Lely was born James Durward Lyall and studied singing in Milan. He made his stage debut, under the Italianate name of 'Signor Leli', in 1878 as Don Jose in Carmen with the Mapleson Opera Company. After two years on tour with Mapleson, he joined the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company as a tenor choristor singing for Gilbert and Sullivan...
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