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1. Sidney Lumet Sidney Lumet Director, 12 Angry Men Sidney Lumet was a master of cinema, best known for his technical knowledge and his skill at getting first-rate performances from his actors -- and for shooting most of his films in his beloved New York. He made over 40 movies, often complex and emotional, but seldom overly sentimental. Although his politics were somewhat left-leaning and he often treated socially relevant themes in his films...
2. Albert Popwell Albert Popwell Actor, Sudden Impact Handsome, leanly built African-American actor who notched up guest appearances in dozens of well rated US TV shows including Mannix, McCloud, Emergency! and Magnum, P.I.. However, he's better known to cult films fans for his portrayal of character "Matthew Johnson" in the successful blaxploitation films Cleopatra Jones and the sequel Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold...
3. Emilio Pericoli Emilio Pericoli Soundtrack, Nurse Betty Emilio Pericoli was an Italian pop singer, guitarist and pianist, popular in the early 1960's. In his youth, he was briefly engaged as a vocalist in a dance band. He also harboured aspirations to become a dramatic actor and appeared on stage with Isa Barzizza's company in the love story "Valentina"...
4. Sidney Drew Sidney Drew Actor, A Florida Enchantment His mother claimed he was adopted, perhaps because her husband had been away touring for several years before Sidney's birth and was dead before the great event took place. Ethel Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore and John Barrymore, his niece and nephews, insisted he looked too much like "Mummum" to have been anybody else's child...
5. Michael Wilson Michael Wilson Writer, Planet of the Apes
6. William Mims William Mims Actor, The Children's Hour
7. Meinhardt Raabe Meinhardt Raabe Self, Memories of Oz Raabe was born in Watertown, Wisconsin, in 1915. In 1934, he was a member of the Midget City cast at the Chicago World's Fair. The money from his appearances at the fair and other places was how he paid for his bachelor's in accounting and master's in business administration. His wife, Marie Hartline, worked for a vaudeville show called Rose's Royal Midget Troupe...
8. Nick Yankovic Nick Yankovic Self, 'Weird Al' Yankovic Live!
9. Barry Cahill Barry Cahill Actor, Coffy
10. Doris Fesette Doris Fesette Actress, Edge of Fury
11. Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright Self, Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright was one of America's most famous architects who introduced his concept of "Organic architecture" and designed such landmarks as the Fallingwater and the Guggenheim Museum of Art. He was born Frank Lloyd Wright on June 8, 1867, in Richland Center, Wisconsin, USA, into a family of Welsh descent...
12. Vilgot Sjöman Vilgot Sjöman Director, I Am Curious (Blue)
13. El Brendel El Brendel Actor, Wings Former vaudevillain who often used a fractured-Swedish accent in his movie comedy roles.
14. Jess Yates Jess Yates Self, Episode dated 4 December 1973
15. Buster Brodie Buster Brodie Actor, There It Is
16. Mary Yankovic Mary Yankovic Self, 'Weird Al' Yankovic Live!
17. Shakti Samanta Shakti Samanta Director, Aradhana
18. Kay Marvis Kay Marvis Actress, Copacabana
19. Richard Condon Richard Condon Writer, Prizzi's Honor
20. Michael Harbour Michael Harbour Actor, The Crucible Michael N. Harbour - the 'n' standing for Ninian - was born in Edinburgh, one of six children of a vet and was brought up in London and St. Alban's in Hertfordshire, where he first became interested in amateur dramatics and where he met his wife Lesley, whom he married in 1968. The actress and voice-over artist Kate Harbour...
21. Yolande Palfrey Yolande Palfrey Actress, Dragonslayer
22. Vera Zorina Vera Zorina Actress, Louisiana Purchase Practically born with ballet slippers on, the dark, lithe and exotic Vera Zorina had memorable careers with the Ballet Russe and, to a lesser degree, Hollywood. Born in Berlin, her father Fritz was German and mother Billie Hartwig Norwegian. She took to ballet at age 2 (she used to take them to bed with her) and by age 4 was performing...
23. Kathleen Burke Kathleen Burke Actress, The Lives of a Bengal Lancer
24. Pamela Parsons Pamela Parsons Actress, Project: Kill
25. Don Reid Don Reid Actor, Moulin Rouge!
26. Paul Leder Paul Leder Producer, Ape
27. Maurice Binder Maurice Binder Miscellaneous Crew, Dr. No American visual designer, creator of the famed opening title sequences of the James Bond movies. A native New Yorker, Binder's early work included designing advertisements and catalogs for Macy's department store. During the Second World War, he worked at Universal Studios, then became West Coast art director for Columbia Pictures...
28. Sandy Becker Sandy Becker Self, Wonderama
29. William 'Wee Willie' Davis William 'Wee Willie' Davis Actor, The Asphalt Jungle
30. Mikio Narita Mikio Narita Actor, Zatoichi and the Chess Expert
31. Staats Cotsworth Staats Cotsworth Actor, As the World Turns
32. Pamela Wedekind Pamela Wedekind Actress, Yvette
33. Rod Navarro Rod Navarro Actor, Dahil sa isang bulaklak
34. C. Ray Stahl C. Ray Stahl Writer, Geisha Girl
35. AJ Carothers AJ Carothers Writer, The Secret of My Succe$s
36. Takeshi Aono Takeshi Aono Actor, Metropolis
37. John Henry Faulk John Henry Faulk Actor, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
38. James Bush James Bush Actor, Hangmen Also Die!
39. Lee Madden Lee Madden Director, Angel Unchained Writer/director/producer Lee Madden was born in 1926 in Brooklyn, New York City. Madden's debut film was the enjoyable biker crime caper heist yarn "Hell's Angels '69;" this movie featured various members of the real Oakland Hell's Angels led by then president Sonny Barger and was the sole motion picture the motorcycle club directly participated in...
40. Helene Hanff Helene Hanff Writer, 84 Charing Cross Road Growing up during the depression in Philadelphia, she was in a family that lived for the theater - her father was a shirt salesman who took the family to plays every week. All she ever wanted to do was to be a playwright. She could only afford a year of college, but all her life continued to learn as an avid reader...
41. Carol Adams Carol Adams Actress, Bad Man of Deadwood Born Lurline Uller in Los Angeles in 1918, she was "discovered" at age 5, while playing in her aunt's yard, near the corner of Sunset and Gower and recruited to appear as a flower girl in "Navy Blues" (1923) with Dorothy Devore. Lurline spent her early years appearing in various "Our Gang", "Mickey McGuire" and "Buster Brown" silent shorts and training with the Meglin Kiddies...
42. Francis Marion Crawford Francis Marion Crawford Writer, The White Sister
43. Meral Okay Meral Okay Writer, Magnificent Century
44. Will Gaffney Will Gaffney Miscellaneous Crew, Proof of Life
45. Clint Kimbrough Clint Kimbrough Actor, Bloody Mama
46. Paola Borboni Paola Borboni Actress, Roman Holiday
47. Jacques Morel Jacques Morel Actor, The Twelve Tasks of Asterix
48. Mae Boren Axton Mae Boren Axton Soundtrack, Cast Away
49. Sylvia Thalberg Sylvia Thalberg Writer, Now and Forever
50. Brook Benton Brook Benton Soundtrack, Boogie Nights Singer/songwriter Brook Benton was born Benjamin Franklin Peay on September 19, 1931, in Camden, South Carolina. He became a gospel singer at a young age and was a member of the Camden Jubilee Singers. Benton moved to New York City at age 17 in 1948 to try his luck as a songwriter. When he first arrived in New York he sang with such gospel groups as Bill Langford's Spiritual Singers...
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