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1. George Peppard George Peppard Actor, Breakfast at Tiffany's Handsome and elegant George Peppard occasionally displayed considerable talent through his career, but was too often cast in undemanding action roles. Following Broadway and television experience, he made a strong film debut in The Strange One. He started getting noticed when he played Robert Mitchum's illegitimate son in the popular melodrama Home from the Hill...
2. Dana Plato Dana Plato Actress, Different Strokes Dana Michelle Plato was born in Maywood, California, on Saturday 7 November 1964. Her first excursion into the film world occurred when she was eleven in the television film Beyond the Bermuda Triangle. Dana never really made an impact on the TV screen until she landed the part of Kimberly Drummond in the TV hit sitcom Diff'rent Strokes from 1978-1984...
3. Dirk Bogarde Dirk Bogarde Actor, Death in Venice Sir Dirk Bogarde, distinguished film actor and writer, was born Derek Jules Gaspard Ulric Niven van den Bogaerde on March 28, 1921, to Ulric van den Bogaerde, the art editor of "The Times" (London) newspaper, and actress Margaret Niven in the London suburb of Hampstead. He was one of three children...
4. Jeanne Cooper Jeanne Cooper Actress, The Boston Strangler
5. Fay Spain Fay Spain Actress, The Godfather: Part II She was your typical B-movie drive-in bad girl - sometimes blonde, sometimes brunette, always bodacious. A tease, a taunter and a temptress throughout most her career, Fay Spain was born in Phoenix, Arizona, in 1932. She headed to New York where she initially found summer stock work and a bit of television exposure...
6. Nancy Malone Nancy Malone Actress, Guiding Light
7. Dolph Sweet Dolph Sweet Actor, Another World A barrel-chested, bull-necked presence on stage, film and TV, the tough-minded character actor was born Adolphus Jean Sweet in New York City on July 18, 1920, the son of an auto mechanic. He initially attended the University of Alabama in 1939, but his studies were interrupted by WWII Air Force duty...
8. Robert A. Heinlein Robert A. Heinlein Writer, Starship Troopers Prolific science-fiction author. A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, he retired, disabled, in 1934. Began writing science fiction in 1939. Winner of four Hugo Awards. Guest commentator for the 1969 Apollo 11 lunar landing. Recipient of the Grand Master Nebula Award for lifetime achievement.
9. Bryan Forbes Bryan Forbes Writer, Chaplin
10. Eileen Crowe Eileen Crowe Actress, The Quiet Man
11. Steven Keats Steven Keats Actor, All My Children Excellent, prolific, and versatile film, stage, and television actor Steven Keats was born on February 6, 1945 in The Bronx, New York City. The son of Jewish immigrants from Denmark, Keats grew up in Canarsie, The Bronx and graduated from the High School for Performing Arts in Manhattan. He served in the Air Force during the Vietnam War in 1965 and 1966...
12. X Brands X Brands Actor, Two Tickets to Promontory
13. Ed Gilbert Ed Gilbert Actor, The Little Mermaid
14. Richard Derr Richard Derr Actor, When Worlds Collide Born June 15, 1918 in Norristown, Pennsylvania, second lead Richard Derr made his first film appearance at age 23 as one of many suspects in Charlie Chan in Rio after signing with 20th Century-Fox. A second Chan film role would come with Castle in the Desert. With staid good looks, he failed to stand out among the war-era hopefuls...
15. Ronnie Brody Ronnie Brody Actor, Superman III
16. Barbara Payton Barbara Payton Actress, Bride of the Gorilla One of the saddest tales ever to come out of Hollywood has to be that of Barbara Payton. A blue-eyed, peroxide blonde sexpot who had a lot going for her, her life eventually disintegrated, mostly by her own doing. Things started out well enough for Barbara Lee Redfield, born on November 26, 1927, in Cloquet...
17. Quentin Dean Quentin Dean Actress, In the Heat of the Night
18. Eddy Arnold Eddy Arnold Soundtrack, Ray
19. Maurice Sendak Maurice Sendak Writer, Where the Wild Things Are
20. Dorothy Green Dorothy Green Actress, The Big Heat
21. Mark Burns Mark Burns Actor, Death in Venice
22. Susan Morrow Susan Morrow Actress, The Savage
23. Taylor Mead Taylor Mead Actor, Midnight Cowboy
24. Laverne Andrews Laverne Andrews Actress, Buck Privates Ms. Andrews and her sisters, Patty and Maxene, were one of the most successful women's singing groups, with 19 gold records and sales of nearly 100 million copies. The sisters began performing in the early 1930s when the Depression wiped out their father's business. In 1937, the sisters scored their first big hit with 'Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen.' In addition to 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy'...
25. George Lutz George Lutz Writer, The Amityville Horror
26. Robert Thom Robert Thom Writer, Death Race
27. Stan Haze Stan Haze Actor, From Noon Till Three
28. Norman Bel Geddes Norman Bel Geddes Director, Dance of the Hands Influential American theater, film and industrial designer, Mr. Geddes added "Bel" to his surname as a theatrical flourish. "Bel" was in fact his wife's given name. He was the father of stage, screen and television actress Barbara Bel Geddes. A stage designer in early years in the theater, he designed over 200 Broadway productions...
29. George Humbert George Humbert Actor, Trouble in Paradise
30. Mia Kovacs Mia Kovacs Actress, On the Air Live with Captain Midnight Mia Kovacs was the daughter of comedian Ernie Kovacs and singer/comedienne Edie Adams. Was just beginning a career as an actress when she was killed in a vehicle accident on Mulhullond Drive. She was driving when she lost control and the car went off the road and rolled. She was ejected through the sunroof and was killed instantly; her passenger received minor injuries...
31. John Fante John Fante Writer, Full of Life
32. Erich Pommer Erich Pommer Producer, Metropolis On November 1, 1895, the first public motion picture film presentation was projected at Berlin's Wintergarten with the "Bioscop" apparatus invented by Max Skladanowsky and Emil Skladanowsky. In December 1895, Auguste Lumière and Louis Lumière began exhibiting projected films to the paying public in Paris with their "Cinematographe," a portable camera...
33. Eadweard Muybridge Eadweard Muybridge Director, Sallie Gardner at a Gallop Muybridge's great breakthrough came in 1872 when he was hired by Leland Standford, for whom Stanford University is named. Stanford was interested in whether horses lifted all legs off the ground at once during trotting and Muybridges was engaged to take photographs to settle the point. Although inconclusive at the time...
34. Janine Fluet Janine Fluet Actress, Agnes of God
35. Beverly Long Beverly Long Actress, Rebel Without a Cause
36. Victor Saville Victor Saville Director, The Silver Chalice An art dealer's son, Victor Saville was educated at King Edward VI Grammar School in Birmingham. He served in the British Army during World War I, was wounded at the Battle of Loos in 1915 and invalided out the following year. His first involvement with the film business was as manager of a small theater in Coventry...
37. Michael Jeffers Michael Jeffers Actor, The Lure Michael Jeffers may be a relatively unknown but he will forever go down as a small note in Hollywood history as the president of the Screen Extras Guild President who halted production of movies for a 24 hour period in 1945 in protest because stuntmen and bit part actors were getting extra work but extras weren't getting bit part or stunt work. He also led a protest in 1946...
38. Mary Shipp Mary Shipp Actress, Jennifer
39. Gustave Flaubert Gustave Flaubert Writer, Madame Bovary Gustave Flaubert was born on December 12, 1821, in Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, France. His father was a Medical Doctor and practiced surgery in Rouen, in Hôtel-Dieu (where Flaubert was born). His mother was from an aristocratic Norman family. Young Flaubert received a good private education with emphasis on literature...
40. Helen Dickson Helen Dickson Actress, Ricky Loses His Voice
41. Chieko Higashiyama Chieko Higashiyama Actress, Tokyo Story
42. Ahmed Mazhar Ahmed Mazhar Actor, El Naser Salah el Dine
43. Brian Moore Brian Moore Actor, Disorderlies
44. Teresa Teng Teresa Teng Actress, Ge mi xiao jie Teresa Teng, sometimes spelled or written as Teresa Tang or Teresa Deng, was a popular and influential Chinese pop singer. She recorded many memorable songs, including "When Will You Return?". In addition to her Mandarin repertoire, she also recorded songs in Taiwanese, Cantonese, Japanese, English and some few Indonesian...
45. William Fox William Fox Miscellaneous Crew, Sunrise Starting at the age 8 he had a series of jobs before starting his own business in 1900, which was sold to buy a Brooklyn nickelodeon in 1904. As the new owner with an empty house, Fox hired a coin manipulator and a barker to attract patrons into the dark 146-seat theatre. Once audiences adequately understood what moving pictures were...
46. Franklin Dyall Franklin Dyall Actor, The Private Life of Henry VIII.
47. Otto Simánek Otto Simánek Actor, Pan Tau
48. Larry Morey Larry Morey Soundtrack, Saving Mr. Banks American lyricist and author Lawrence L. 'Larry' Morey was chiefly noted for co-writing (with the composer and songwriter Frank Churchill) the musical numbers for Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, including "Heigh-Ho", "I'm Wishing" and "Whistle While You Work". He also worked on the picture as a sequence director...
49. Luis Miguel Dominguín Luis Miguel Dominguín Self, Episode dated 15 November 1964
50. Wallace Scott Wallace Scott Actor, Tarzan and the Huntress
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