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1. Roger Smith Roger Smith Actor, 77 Sunset Strip Debonair, exceedingly handsome Roger Smith was born in South Gate, California to Dallas and Leone Smith on December 18, 1932. At age 6, his parents enrolled him at a professional school for singing, elocution and dancing lessons. By age 12, the family moved to Nogales, Arizona, a small town on the Mexican border where he appeared in high school theater productions...
2. Josephine Hutchinson Josephine Hutchinson Actress, North by Northwest As a child she studied at Seattle's Cornish School. Still in her early twenties, after several years of stock work in New York, she joined Eva Le Gallienne's Civic Repertory Theater where she won critical praise for her title role in "Alice in Wonderland." She came to Hollywood in 1934 under contract with Warners...
3. Nino Manfredi Nino Manfredi Actor, We All Loved Each Other So Much
4. Sonny Tufts Sonny Tufts Actor, The Seven Year Itch Born into a prominent Boston family of bankers whose patriarch was said to have arrived in America from England in 1683, Sonny Tufts would end his career as a Hollywood "bad boy," immersed in drink and scandal. Tufts was graduated from Yale in 1935 and began pursuing a career in opera, eventually auditioning with the Metropolitan Opera in New York...
5. Evelyn Brent Evelyn Brent Actress, The Last Command Petite, sultry leading lady of the 1920's and 30's, who was born and schooled in Tampa, Florida, until the age of ten when she lost her mother. She moved to New York with her dad and started modelling while still in her teens. Her original intention was to go into the teaching profession. Instead, she...
6. Massimo Troisi Massimo Troisi Actor, Il Postino His acting career started when he was 15 in a theatre (Centro Teatro Spazio). In 1969 he founded the group "I saraceni" (later renamed "La smorfia") with Enzo Decaro and Lello Arena. He became famous to the TV audience between 1976 and 1979 with two TV programs "Non Stop" and "Luna Park". First movie "Ricomincio da tre" in 1981.
7. Paul Stevens Paul Stevens Actor, Patton
8. Adam C. Taylor Adam C. Taylor Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Tombstone
9. Dorothy Gish Dorothy Gish Actress, Orphans of the Storm Dorothy Gish was born into a broken family where her restless father James Lee Gish was frequently absent. Mary Robinson McConnell a.k.a. Mary Gish, her mother, had entered into acting to make money to support the family. As soon as Dorothy and her sister Lillian Gish were old enough, they became part of the act...
10. Donald Hewlett Donald Hewlett Actor, It Ain't Half Hot Mum Best known for his portrayals of upper-class military types, Donald Hewlett's father was Conservative MP for Manchester Exchange. He studied geography and meteorology at St. John's College, Cambridge. Early in World War II, he served at the Fleet Air Arm station of Kirkwall in the Orkneys, providing weather reports for Atlantic convoys...
11. Stephen McNally Stephen McNally Actor, Target: The Corruptors "B" actor Stephen McNally forsook a thriving career as a practicing attorney in the late 1930s when he made the decision to switch gears and pursue acting, which he did avidly. He began his career on stage using his real name of Horace McNally and earned minor status in World War II-era films as both a minor hero and heavy...
12. Ray Montgomery Ray Montgomery Actor, Air Force
13. Lucien Littlefield Lucien Littlefield Actor, Sons of the Desert
14. Anthony Steffen Anthony Steffen Actor, The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave For the spaghetti western aficionados, Saturday June 5th was a very sad day due to Anthony Steffen's passing. Born in Rome, on 21st July of 1930, at the Brazilian embassy, son of Formula 1 champion and then ambassador Manoel de Teffe; he was named Antonio Luiz and became the Baron de Teffe. The de Teffe family had a noble origin but during Second World War...
15. Charles Vidor Charles Vidor Director, Gilda Hungarian-born Karoly Vidor spent the First World War as a lieutenant in the Austro-Hungarian infantry. Following the armistice, he made his way to Berlin and worked for the German film company Ufa, as editor and assistant director. In 1924, he emigrated to the U.S. and, for several years, earned his living as a singer in Broadway choruses and (at one time) with a Wagnerian troupe...
16. Gloria Saunders Gloria Saunders Actress, Terry and the Pirates
17. Lorna Thayer Lorna Thayer Actress, Five Easy Pieces Character actress Lorna Thayer will probably remain in good standing in the Hollywood cult movie annals for decades to come, due to one scene and one scene, alone. In the critically-acclaimed "generation gap" film, Five Easy Pieces, Jack Nicholson plays a rebellious, disgruntled musician-cum-oil rigger...
18. Joan Vohs Joan Vohs Actress, Sabrina Typecast often as a dumb blond, Joan Vohs struggled her entire career to break out of that mold. She did manage partial success, but ultimately dropped out of acting altogether in order to become a full-time mom. She was born in Queens, New York, was a Rockette at age 16 and a Connover model before any acting for movies or television...
19. Alice Ward Alice Ward Actress, Saturday Afternoon
20. Rudy 'Kato' Rangel Rudy 'Kato' Rangel Producer, Never Die Alone
21. Joe E. Lewis Joe E. Lewis Self, Screen Snapshots 9860: Hollywood Friars Honor George Jessel
22. Birdie M. Hale Birdie M. Hale Actress, Die Hard with a Vengeance
23. Tom Milanovich Tom Milanovich Actor, Groundhog Day
24. Rico Bueno Rico Bueno Actor, Boogie Nights
25. Murrill Maglio Murrill Maglio Actor, Far from Home
26. Ward Costello Ward Costello Actor, Missing
27. Dorothy Short Dorothy Short Actress, Reefer Madness
28. Alvin Myerovich Alvin Myerovich Actor, Dirty Dancing
29. John Hartford John Hartford Thanks, O Brother, Where Art Thou?
30. Richard Dunn Richard Dunn Self, Gettin' it Dunn with Richard Dunn
31. Sotiris Moustakas Sotiris Moustakas Actor, Zorba the Greek
32. Bill Richmond Bill Richmond Writer, The Carol Burnett Show
33. Reinhard Heydrich Reinhard Heydrich Self, Triumph of the Will Reinhard Heydrich began his career as an officer in the post-World War I German navy. He was dishonorably discharged after becoming involved in an illicit love affair. The young woman became pregnant, but instead of marrying her, Heydrich met and soon got engaged to Lina von Osten. In 1930 Heydrich...
34. Charles Correll Charles Correll Director, Melrose Place
35. Kaiser Wilhelm II Kaiser Wilhelm II Self, Kejser Wilhelms ankomst til København 1905 Kaiser William II was born on January 27, 1859 to a Prince and Princess of Prussia. His mother was the daughter of Queen Victoria. He grew up like any Prussian Prince, except for an arm that was deformed from birth. He admired his grandparents who became Kaiser and Empress when he was small. He also admired his English Grandmother Queen Victoria as well as Otto von Bismarck...
36. Clifford Severn Clifford Severn Actor, They Live in Fear
37. Shooting Star Shooting Star Actor, Buffalo Bill in Tomahawk Territory
38. Georgiy Millyar Georgiy Millyar Actor, Frosty
39. Gunn Wållgren Gunn Wållgren Actress, Fanny and Alexander Constantly considered to be one of the greatest actresses in modern Swedish theater history, Gunn Wållgren is mostly known for her many roles in plays by Ibsen, Strindberg and Chekhov, and internationally; for her wonderful part as the grandmother in director Ingmar Bergman's Fanny and Alexander. In her native Sweden she is also remembered...
40. Sulabha Deshpande Sulabha Deshpande Actress, English Vinglish
41. Martine Kelly Martine Kelly Actress, The Exchange Student
42. Ivan Tors Ivan Tors Producer, Sea Hunt
43. George E. Mather George E. Mather Visual Effects, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
44. Dinos Iliopoulos Dinos Iliopoulos Actor, The Ogre of Athens Born in 1913 (or 1915, according to some sources), in Alexandria, Egypt, but raised in Marseille, France. His family moved in Athens in 1935. He studied acting at the Drama School of Giannoulis Sarantidis and made his stage debut in a 1944 Athens production of Leo Lenz's "Lady I Love You." In 1946...
45. Robert McKim Robert McKim Actor, The Mark of Zorro Married to actresses Dorcas Matthews and Ottie Ardine, George got his start at 14 years of age, as a singing and dancing waiter in Chicago. McKim began a long career on the stage with the Alcazar stock company in San Francisco. In vaudeville, he teamed for many years with Johnny Cantwell. He later worked...
46. Maurice Garrel Maurice Garrel Actor, Kings & Queen
47. Neil Kinsella Neil Kinsella Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Pee-wee's Playhouse
48. Beverly Thompson Beverly Thompson Actress, Assassination
49. Nikos Seryanopoulos Nikos Seryanopoulos Actor, I exafanisi
50. Bill Butler Bill Butler Editor, A Clockwork Orange
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