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1. Joan Crawford Joan Crawford Actress, Mildred Pierce Lucille LeSueur's parents separated before she was born. By age 16 she had three different stepfathers, one of whom (a vaudeville theater manager) had given her the name Billie Cassin. By 1915 she, her brother Hal and their mother lived in Kansas City, and Billie worked in a laundry with her mother and also as a menial to pay school tuition...
2. Susan Oliver Susan Oliver Actress, The Cage A fascinating aura of mystery seemed to surround the characters portrayed by blue-eyed blonde actress Susan Oliver, whose trademark high cheekbones, rosebud lips and heart-shaped face kept audiences intrigued for nearly three decades. While her career didn't play out as well as it should have, she nevertheless left a fine legacy of work on stage, film and TV...
3. John Lund John Lund Actor, High Society One of six children born to an immigrant Norwegian glassblower, John Lund had a somewhat unsettled childhood, dropping out of school at the age of 14. For a while, he tried his hand at several part-time jobs, but never stayed long. He then devised various entrepreneurial ways to generate an income,...
4. Mia Amber Davis Mia Amber Davis Actress, Road Trip
5. Bart the Bear Bart the Bear Actor, The Bear Bart the Bear is perhaps one of Hollywood's most remarkable animal stars. The Alaskan brown bear was born in 1977 and was brought in by Utah animal trainer Doug Seus. Bart's mother was a bear who was also in films like "Grizzly" and "Day of the Animals". Bart started to train in acting in 1980 and grew to 9 feet tall, the average for brown bears...
6. Deborah Walley Deborah Walley Actress, Benji Actress, author, producer, and Photoplay's "Most Popular Actress of 1961," the daughter of Ice Capades skating stars and choreographers Nathan and Edith Walley. She was skating with her parents at age three, but resisted her father's urging to continue, opting to study acting at the New York Academy of Dramatic Arts...
7. Craig Stevens Craig Stevens Actor, The Deadly Mantis Light leading man and second lead in 40's and 50's US films.
8. Scotty Beckett Scotty Beckett Actor, My Favorite Wife Scotty Beckett was one of the cutest, most successful child actors of the 1930s and 1940s. His descent into a life of alcoholism, drugs, and crime remains one of the most tragic of Hollywood stories. Born Scott Hastings Beckett on September 30, 1929 in Oakland, California, he and his family moved to Los Angeles when Scotty was 3 years old...
9. Mari Blanchard Mari Blanchard Actress, Abbott and Costello Go to Mars Petite, attractive Mari Blanchard rarely managed get the lucky breaks. The daughter of an oil tycoon and a psychotherapist, she suffered from severe poliomyelitis from the age of nine, which denied her a hoped-for dancing career. For several years, she worked hard to rehabilitate her limbs from paralysis...
10. John Bolz John Bolz Camera and Electrical Department, The Family Man
11. Jennifer Stahl Jennifer Stahl Actress, Dirty Dancing
12. Kimberley Regent Kimberley Regent Art Department, The Outer Limits
13. Yves Robert Yves Robert Actor, The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe
14. John Wayne Gacy John Wayne Gacy Self, Serial Killers John Wayne Gacy was born in 1942 and grew up in a working-class neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. His father, John S. Gacy, Sr. (1900-1969), was an alcoholic and beat him frequently during his violent rages. As Gacy grew up, he began to develop a identity crisis - doubting his own masculinity. At the age of 11...
15. Joyce Redman Joyce Redman Actress, Tom Jones
16. Jeanne Coyne Jeanne Coyne Actress, Kiss Me Kate Jeannie Coyne was a talented dancer who was a long time assistant of Gene Kelly and appeared in a few of his films. Her biggest role would be to dance with Bobby Van in the "From this moment on" number from Kiss Me Kate. Coyne would later become Kelly's second wife and bear him two children, but unfortunately died in 1973 of leukemia.
17. Val Guest Val Guest Director, The Day the Earth Caught Fire Val Guest (1911-2006) had one of the most varied careers in film history, both in output and profession. Since 1932, he had tried his hand at writing, directing, producing, acting and composing, all in film and all with varying degrees of success. His first taste of success came co-writing some of Will Hay's best comedies with Marriott Edgar...
18. Frank Frazetta Frank Frazetta Writer, Fire and Ice Frank Frazetta is one of the most prolific and well-known illustrators of the 20th century. This is due in part to the variety of media in which his art has appeared (comics, posters, album covers, books, etc.), but also to his very recognizable style. Frazetta was a very precocious artist, claiming to have begun drawing at the age of three...
19. Robert Moore Robert Moore Director, Murder by Death
20. Carol Haney Carol Haney Actress, The Pajama Game Actress/dancer most famous for making Shirley MacLaine famous, helping make two of Gene Kelly's most famous films, (Singin' in the Rain and An American in Paris), and also making a name for herself on Broadway in "The Pajama Game", which was, of course, the show that made Bob Fosse known to the dance world with his fabulous number, "Steam Heat"...
21. Jessie Jacobs Jessie Jacobs Actress, Stop the Clock Jessie Jacobs was the middle child of Joanna and Brendan Jacobs. After "The Saddle Club" ended Jessie Jacobs pierced her nose and she wore a retainer at the age of 13. When her baby brother Charlie was born Jessie Jacobs helped with his delivery and cut his umbilical cord. Being on "Fergus McPhail" reunited Jessie Jacobs with her former Saddle Club co-star Heli Simpson...
22. Norma Zimmer Norma Zimmer Self, The Lawrence Welk Show
23. Seth Sakai Seth Sakai Actor, Pearl Harbor
24. Shel Silverstein Shel Silverstein Soundtrack, Almost Famous
25. Beatrice Campbell Beatrice Campbell Actress, Last Holiday
26. Lucile Browne Lucile Browne Actress, Texas Terror Pretty, blue-eyed Lucile Browne started out, like many another Hollywood actress, as a model. Unlike other models, however, she didn't go directly from there to films; she joined a theatrical troupe in Chicago, and spent time gaining experience before she headed to Hollywood, where in 1930 she was signed by Fox Film Corp...
27. Günther Kaufmann Günther Kaufmann Actor, Querelle
28. Roya Megnot Roya Megnot Actress, Loving
29. Mac Mohan Mac Mohan Actor, Sholay
30. Laurence Haddon Laurence Haddon Actor, The Execution of Private Slovik
31. José Luis Ozores José Luis Ozores Actor, Los ladrones somos gente honrada
32. Turi Ferro Turi Ferro Actor, Malicious
33. Portland Mason Portland Mason Actress, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit
34. John McLaren John McLaren Actor, Goldfinger
35. Georgia Davis Georgia Davis Actress, Hoosier Holiday
36. Bill Foster Bill Foster Self, Oprahization
37. S.J. Warmington S.J. Warmington Actor, Sabotage
38. Kathleen Mulqueen Kathleen Mulqueen Actress, Radioactive
39. Carroll Shelby Carroll Shelby Self, Flying the Feathered Edge
40. Ralph Montgomery Ralph Montgomery Actor, A Hatful of Rain
41. Rita Conde Rita Conde Actress, Ride the Pink Horse
42. Romy Diaz Romy Diaz Actor, Buhay na manika
43. Maurice Good Maurice Good Actor, Five Million Years to Earth
44. Jed Prouty Jed Prouty Actor, Pot o' Gold
45. Freddy Fernández Freddy Fernández Actor, Pepe El Toro
46. Hugh Laing Hugh Laing Actor, Brigadoon
47. Jack Birkett Jack Birkett Actor, Caravaggio
48. Ethel Smith Ethel Smith Soundtrack, Dirty Dancing Ethel Smith graduated from Carnegie Tech, having majored in piano. She got a job as an organist in California, and then went to Rio de Janeiro for a four-week booking. She ended up staying much longer, and it was an Argentinian dance hall beat that inspired her most popular song, "Tico Tico." She returned to the United States during WWII...
49. Hal Mohr Hal Mohr Cinematographer, Captain Blood Distinguished pioneering cinematographer, with a six-decade long career in motion pictures. As a teenager, Hal built his own camera while still at school and took photos of local interest which he then developed and printed. He sent a number of these pictures to the New York Herald-Tribune and they were deemed good enough to invite interest from Hollywood...
50. Vincent Dowling Vincent Dowling Actor, On Broadway
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