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1. James Cagney James Cagney Actor, White Heat One of Hollywood's preeminent male stars of all time (eclipsed, perhaps, only by "King" Clark Gable and arguably by Gary Cooper or Spencer Tracy), and the cinema's quintessential "tough guy", James Cagney was also an accomplished--if rather stiff--hoofer and easily played light comedy. Ending three decades on the screen...
2. Michael Jeter Michael Jeter Actor, The Green Mile
3. Bobby Driscoll Bobby Driscoll Actor, Peter Pan Bobby Driscoll was a natural-born actor. Discovered by chance at the age of five-and-a-half in a barber shop in Altadena, CA. and then convincing in anything he ever undertook on the movie screen and on television throughout his career spanning 17 years (1943-1960). Includes such notable movie screen appearances as The Fighting Sullivans...
4. Peter Whitney Peter Whitney Actor, In the Heat of the Night The name may have you scratchin' your head a bit while searchin' for your nearby trivia book, but oh...that intimidating face is so familiar. Peter Whitney's over-powering frame, swarthy looks, bushy brows and maniacal look in his eye made him one of the most fearsome character actors to lump around in 40s...
5. Kate O'Mara Kate O'Mara Actress, The Vampire Lovers Kate O'Mara was born Frances Meredith Carroll on August 10, 1939 in Leicester, Leicestershire, England. A hard-looking brunette with high cheekbones, Kate was the daughter of actress Hazel Bainbridge and John Carroll and prodded into performing as a child. Educated at the Aida Foster School, she began an early career as a speech therapist at a Sussex Girls' School...
6. Terry Wilson Terry Wilson Actor, Westworld
7. Sherman Edwards Sherman Edwards Soundtrack, American Graffiti Composer and songwriter ("Wonderful, Wonderful", "Dungaree Doll", "See You in September"), he joined ASCAP in 1953 and collaborated musically with Hal David. His other popular-song compositions include "Broken-Hearted Melody", "Wind, Sand and Stars", "Johnny Get Angry" and "I Am".
8. Anand Bakshi Anand Bakshi Soundtrack, My Summer of Love Anand Bakshi was one of the greatest and popular lyricists of his time. He was the only lyricist, besides his associate Majrooh Sultanpuri, who enjoyed such a long and illustrious career in Bollywood lyricism and was still going strong after more than 40 years. Like Sultanpuri, Bakshi wrote simple poetry that could be understood by all, and he was in wide demand by all filmmakers...
9. Lydia Knott Lydia Knott Actress, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate
10. Ted Jordan Ted Jordan Actor, The Million Dollar Duck
11. Gary Morton Gary Morton Producer, All the Right Moves Gary Morton was a comedian who worked the famed "Borscht Belt" of resorts in the Catskills Mountains. Never as talented nor as renowned as such fellow Borsht Belt comics like Milton Berle, whom he caricatured in one of his few film roles in Lenny, Morton nonetheless was personally popular among his fellow performers...
12. Dort Clark Dort Clark Actor, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask
13. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Self, A Queen Is Crowned
14. Harold Peary Harold Peary Actor, Rudolph's Shiny New Year A talented singer as a child, Peary later went into radio in 1925. By 1929, he had his own radio show and got his big break in 1935 when he was cast in the Fibber McGee and Molly Show as Throckmorton Gildersleeve. In 1939, Peary was making a personal appearance in a theatre promoting the Fibber McGee and Mollie Show and casually did what would be his trademark giggle...
15. David Mills David Mills Writer, Soft Eyes
16. William Hayes William Hayes Producer, The Living Swamp
17. Frank Marlowe Frank Marlowe Actor, Quicksand
18. Georgia Ellis Georgia Ellis Actress, Dragnet
19. Werner Peters Werner Peters Actor, Battle of the Bulge Corpulent German character actor, often seen in menacing or unpleasant roles. Trained under Lina Carstens (1935-1937), Peters initially started out as a comedian. After military service in World War II, he reinvented himself as a serious dramatic actor, resident for some time at the Munich Kammerspiele and at the Deutsches Theater...
20. Joe Yule Joe Yule Actor, Boom Town Former burlesque and vaudeville entertainer who played Hollywood character roles from the late 30's until his death.
21. Jerry Biggs Jerry Biggs Actor, Tender Mercies
22. Selmer Jackson Selmer Jackson Actor, The Grapes of Wrath Ubiquitous, silver-haired 30's-40's US character actor with well-modulated voice, usually given roles involving authority or authoritativeness: judges, lawyers, doctors, high-ranking government or military men and the like.
23. Karl May Karl May Writer, Winnetou
24. David Sharpe David Sharpe Stunts, Bells of San Angelo He made his first appearance before the camera at the age of 14 in Douglas Fairbanks's Robin Hood Young Dave became the National A.A.U. tumbling champion in 1925 and 1926. Still in his teens, he began taking bit parts in films. His big break came in Masked Emotions. It led him to a series of Hal Roach comedies...
25. Hollis Frampton Hollis Frampton Director, Hapax Legomena I: Nostalgia
26. Alistair Cooke Alistair Cooke Self, The Congress British-born American journalist and broadcaster. Cooke was born in Salford, Manchester: his father was an iron-fitter and Methodist lay-preacher. He grew up in Blackpool where his parents ran a guest house. Here he first came into contact with Americans, in the form of GIs on their way to fight in World War One...
27. Abdel Halim Hafez Abdel Halim Hafez Actor, Abi foq al-Shagara Abdel Halim Hafez was born on June 21, 1929, in the village of Al-Hilwat in the province of Al-Sharkia, the fourth child of Sheikh Ali Ismael Shabana following after Ismael, Aliah, and Mohamed. His mother died during his delivery. His father was to die five years later. His work included 16 feature films...
28. Sergio Grieco Sergio Grieco Writer, The Inglorious Bastards
29. Marie-Françoise Audollent Marie-Françoise Audollent Actress, The Da Vinci Code
30. Tony Sympson Tony Sympson Actor, The Pink Panther Strikes Again
31. Carlos Yeaggy Carlos Yeaggy Make-Up Department, Star Trek: The Motion Picture
32. Valeriy Zolotukhin Valeriy Zolotukhin Actor, Night Watch Valeri Zolotukhin, one of Russian cinema's most popular faces, who was disabled in his childhood and had to walk with crutches, is now a renown actor, singer, and writer. He was born Valeri Sergeevich Zolotukhin on June 21, 1941, in Bystry Istok village, Altai region, Russia. His father was chairman of a local collective farm; a powerful man in that remote Siberian region...
33. Lyudmila Gurchenko Lyudmila Gurchenko Actress, A Railway Station for Two Lyudmila Gurchenko was a popular actress in the Soviet Union during the 1950s - 1980s, she was best known for Carnival in Moscow, Five Evenings (1979) and Siberiade. She was born Lyudmila Markovna Gurchenko on 12 November 1935, in Kharkov, Ukrainian Soviet Republic of the USSR. She studied acting at the VGIK (Soviet State Institute for CInema)...
34. Lev Kuleshov Lev Kuleshov Director, Po zakonu Lev Kuleshov was a Russian director who used the editing technique known as the "Kuleshov effect." Although editing innovations, such as crosscutting were used by directors in Hollywood before him, Kuleshov was the first to use it in the Soviet Russia. Openly pro-American and quietly anti-Soviet, he was driving a Ford sports car amidst Soviet poverty and Stalin's purges...
35. Jack Bernhard Jack Bernhard Director, Decoy
36. Phil Ramone Phil Ramone Music Department, Flashdance
37. Walter Miller Walter Miller Actor, The Mothering Heart
38. Milos Kandic Milos Kandic Actor, Tajna sumske kolibe
39. Ramsay Ames Ramsay Ames Actress, The Mummy's Ghost Leading lady in 40's "B" films.
40. Scott R. Dunlap Scott R. Dunlap Director, The Fearless Lover Entering the film business in 1915, Scott Dunlap worked his way up through the ranks and became a director in 1919. He worked steadily, though unspectacularly, directing many low- and medium-budget films, often Westerns, for various studios. He left film production with the coming of sound and became a talent agent and business manager...
41. Janet Green Janet Green Writer, Victim
42. Sammy Stein Sammy Stein Actor, Modern Times
43. Matt Willis Matt Willis Actor, A Walk in the Sun
44. Rubén Rojo Rubén Rojo Actor, Cursed Mountain
45. Jadin Wong Jadin Wong Actress, I Drink Your Blood
46. J. Searle Dawley J. Searle Dawley Director, Frankenstein J. Searle Dawley, the man who considered himself "the first motion picture director", was born James Searle Dawley on May 13, 1877, in Del Norte, Colorado. He was educated in Denver, and after graduating in 1895, became an actor with Louis Morrison's stock theatrical company. The tour he was hired for was canceled...
47. Timi Yuro Timi Yuro Self, Episode #1.42
48. Mary Laura Wood Mary Laura Wood Actress, Black Orchid
49. Gabriel Heatter Gabriel Heatter Self, Gabriel Heatter Reporting Gabriel Heatter, a radio journalist rivaled only by Walter Winchell and Edward R. Murrow in his time, was born on the Lower East Side of Manhattan to immigrant parents on September 17, 1890. The family soon moved to Brooklyn, where Heatter went to school. He was not a good student and found his high school studies particularly frustrating...
50. Monte Westmore Monte Westmore Make-Up Department, Gone with the Wind
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