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1. Jackie Coogan 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...
2. Jack Wild Jack Wild Actor, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Born September 30, 1952, in Royton, near Oldham, England, Jack Wild was discovered by talent agent June Collins, mother of rock star Phil Collins. His breakthrough came when he landed the role of Oliver in the London stage production of "Oliver!" When it came to casting the film, the role of the Artful Dodger went to Jack...
3. Bonnie Franklin Bonnie Franklin Actress, The Law Bonnie Franklin, of the freckled, fair-skinned, hazel-eyed, rosy-cheeked, carrot-haired variety, could light up a room with her buoyant, folksy personality, but she could be quite serious in a take-charge manner when it came to purposeful acting work. It took Norman Lear and a highly popular TV sitcom to finally make the 31-year-old performer a household star in the mid-1970s...
4. Alain Resnais Alain Resnais Director, Hiroshima Mon Amour
5. Dolores Costello Dolores Costello Actress, The Magnificent Ambersons Dolores Costello was once known as the Goddess of the Silent Screen but is probably best remembered today as Drew Barrymore's grandmother. She was born in 1905 to actors Maurice Costello and Mae Costello. Her father began his film career in 1908. He would soon become the most popular matinée idol of his day...
6. Joe Besser Joe Besser Actor, Africa Screams Joe Besser was born on August 12, 1907 in St. Louis, Missouri. Short, chubby, balding, childish character actor who began his career on the vaudeville circuit before breaking into films in the early 1930s. He was a frequent foil of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in their films and played Stinky on their 1950s situation comedy...
7. Jerome Courtland Jerome Courtland Director, Sammy Jo and Steven Marry
8. Eddie Firestone Eddie Firestone Actor, Duel
9. Roland Culver Roland Culver Actor, Thunderball
10. Jenny Tamburi Jenny Tamburi Actress, Le scomunicate di San Valentino Well known in Italian erotica through a career that spanned the 70s and 80s, her career was also filled with such diverse roles as her part as "Clementina", in the musical comedy, "Aggiungi un posto a tavola" (You add a place to table), directed by Peter Garinei. In the late 80s/early 90s, ahe scaled back her acting career...
11. Roscoe Ates Roscoe Ates Actor, Freaks
12. Phillip R. Allen Phillip R. Allen Actor, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
13. Manmohan Desai Manmohan Desai Director, Amar Akbar Anthony
14. Andrew Breitbart Andrew Breitbart Self, Hating Breitbart
15. Kathryn Card Kathryn Card Actress, The Unsinkable Molly Brown
16. Bryon Weiss Bryon Weiss Stunts, The Amazing Spider-Man 2
17. Dennis Moore Dennis Moore Actor, The Dawn Rider A dark-haired, durably handsome and dependable cowboy actor equipped with a strong stance and taciturn seriousness both on and off camera, Dennis Moore was cast as both hero and villain in his three-decade-long career. A player in well over 200 hundred "B"-level oaters and serials during the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s...
18. Begoña Palacios Begoña Palacios Actress, El vampiro sangriento Begoña Palacios married the film director Sam Peckinpah (1925-1984) when he was filming Major Dundee in Mexico. A very young and beautiful actress and dancer became the second wife of this controversial movie maker. They had a daughter Maria Guadalupe Peckinpah Palacios (better known as Lupita Peckinpah)...
19. Pat Keen Pat Keen Actress, Without a Clue
20. Terry Frost Terry Frost Actor, The Monster Maker
21. Dorothy Phillips Dorothy Phillips Actress, The Heart of Humanity A former stage actress, Dorothy was married to actor/director/producer Allen Holubar. They were known as two of the screen's most prominent players, her the star, he the director/producer. Dorothy was well known in Hollywood as one of the most warm-hearted, approachable stars in the business. After the advent of sound...
22. Robert Weil Robert Weil Actor, The Little Mermaid
23. Gregory La Cava Gregory La Cava Director, My Man Godfrey A former cartoonist, Gregory La Cava entered films during WWI as an animator for Walter Lantz on such animated films as "The Katzenjammer Kids" series. Hired by the Hearst Corp. as the editor-in-chief for its International Comic Films division, La Cava switched to live-action films in the 1920s and began directing two-reel shorts...
24. Ann Corio Ann Corio Actress, Jungle Siren The beautiful Ann Corio appeared in a less than a handful of poverty row exotic films, but her real stardom was on the stage, over a period of twenty years. She was a hugely popular striptease artist, best known for her work at Minsky's Burlesk Theater in New York. In 1940, she was making around $1,000 a week for her work...
25. Gemma McCluskie Gemma McCluskie Actress, Episode dated 28 November 2000
26. George Orrison George Orrison Stunts, Unforgiven
27. Otto Brandenburg Otto Brandenburg Actor, Rubber Tarzan
28. Ric Menello Ric Menello Writer, Two Lovers
29. Herb Meadow Herb Meadow Writer, Have Gun - Will Travel
30. Joseph O'Dea Joseph O'Dea Actor, The Quiet Man
31. Edward Malin Edward Malin Actor, A Hard Day's Night
32. Louise Larabee Louise Larabee Actress, Fail-Safe
33. Ruth Kligman Ruth Kligman Self, Jackson Pollock: Love and Death on Long Island
34. Peter Sykes Peter Sykes Director, The Jesus Film
35. Desmond Dickinson Desmond Dickinson Cinematographer, Hamlet
36. Harold Michelson Harold Michelson Art Director, Spaceballs Born New York City, moved to Hollywood 1947, started at Columbia Pictures 1949, worked at Warner Bros., Paramount, MGM, 20th Century Fox, RKO, Disney, Universal. Nominated for Academy Awards on Star Trek the Motion Picture and Terms of Endearment.
37. Elaine Barrie Elaine Barrie Actress, Midnight Elaine Jacobs was a 16-year-old high school student in New York in 1931 when she went to see the John Barrymore film Svengali. From that moment, she later said, she fell in love with Barrymore and vowed that one day she would marry him, even going so far as to change her name to Elaine Barrie...
38. Hazel Pierce Hazel Pierce Actress, Fred and Ethel Fight
39. Wilhelm Diegelmann Wilhelm Diegelmann Actor, The Blue Angel
40. Kay Sutton Kay Sutton Actress, Carefree
41. Colette Brosset Colette Brosset Actress, The Big Runaround
42. Al Thompson Al Thompson Actor, Breezing Along Al Thompson was an actor and stuntman who appeared in more than 150 films during a career which spanned over forty years. Well-known in the industry for performing the more difficult stunts, he kept busy as a stunt double for Andy Clyde in the latter's many movies and also appeared in many Three Stooges shorts...
43. Luigi Bazzoni Luigi Bazzoni Director, The Fifth Cord
44. Joan Turner Joan Turner Actress, In Her Shoes
45. Kieran Creggan Kieran Creggan Actor, I'll Be There
46. Barry Stigler Barry Stigler Actor, Castle in the Sky
47. S. Sukhdev S. Sukhdev Director, An Indian Day
48. Katharine Blake Katharine Blake Actress, Anne of the Thousand Days
49. DeWitt Jennings DeWitt Jennings Actor, Mutiny on the Bounty Portrayed figures of authority in Hollywood films from 1915 until the end of his days.
50. Alfred Zeisler Alfred Zeisler Producer, The Amazing Adventure
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