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1. George Reeves George Reeves Actor, Gone with the Wind George Reeves was raised in Pasadena, California, and educated at Pasadena Junior College. He was a skilled amateur boxer and musician. He interned as an actor at the famed Pasadena Playhouse, and was discovered there. He was cast as Stuart Tarleton in Gone with the Wind. Over the next ten years he was contracted to Warners...
2. Susan Tyrrell Susan Tyrrell Actress, Cry-Baby A bizarre, gloriously one-of-a-kind Hollywood gypsy and self-affirmed outcast, San Francisco-born actress Susan Tyrrell (born Susan Jillian Creamer) was a teenager when she made her stage debut in "Time Out for Ginger" in 1962. A product of the entertainment industry, her father was a top agent at one time with the William Morris firm...
3. Nicholas Ray Nicholas Ray Director, Rebel Without a Cause Nicholas Ray studied architecture under Frank Lloyd Wright, worked in the New York theater and became involved in progressive politics, and directed "Lovers of the Night (1945)", one of his few totally controlled pieces of work. In this movie he touched upon his favorite theme: two lovers searching for a quiet place to live in peace...
4. Reginald Denny Reginald Denny Actor, Rebecca Acting was in the blood for Reginald Denny. He came from an acting family, his father being stage actor/singer W.H. Denny, a member of the Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company. The younger Denny had made his stage debut at 6 years old, but his future was not yet set in that direction. His schooling continued through attendance at St...
5. Arthur Franz Arthur Franz Actor, The Caine Mutiny Arthur Franz was a reliable character actor in many '40s and '50s "B" pictures, often cast as a friendly small-town businessman or professional (as in The Doctor and the Girl) or the lead's sympathetic friend (as in 1953's Invaders from Mars). He wasn't confined to just "B" pictures, however. He had good parts in such major productions as Sands of Iwo Jima and Alvarez Kelly and acquitted himself well...
6. Kim Milford Kim Milford Actor, Laserblast Richard Kim Milford was an actor-singer-songwriter-composer-dancer who first appeared in SummerStock Theatre in Chicago at age 10. At age 17 he was in the original staging of Hair (he played Woof and Claude). In 1970 he was awarded the Faith and Freedom Award by the Religious Heritage of America for his portrayal of the Prodigal Son in ABC Directories series "Round Trip"...
7. Vernon Presley Vernon Presley Self, Elvis on Tour
8. Ronald Neame Ronald Neame Director, The Poseidon Adventure A British filmmaker who, over the years, worked as assistant director, cinematographer, producer, writer and ultimately director, Ronald Neame was born on April 23, 1911. His father, Elwin Neame, was a film director and his mother, Ivy Close, was a film star. During the 1920s, he started working at famous Elstree Studios...
9. Sam Loeb Sam Loeb Thanks, Arrival
10. Claudia Bryar Claudia Bryar Actress, Psycho II
11. Megan Leigh Megan Leigh Actress, The Cat Woman
12. Lawrence T. Wrentz Lawrence T. Wrentz Actor, The Silence of the Lambs
13. Roberto Cañedo Roberto Cañedo Actor, Pueblerina Roberto Cañedo Ramírez was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, México. His parents were Ignacio Cañedo Iñiguez and Carmen Ramírez Llamas. Has 8 more brothers: Ignacio, Celia, Juan de Dios, María Luisa, Cristina, Manuel, Oscar and Magdalena. In his youth, he worked as a waiter in a restaurant frequented by important people of the film environment...
14. Carlos Rivas Carlos Rivas Actor, The King and I
15. Miguel Pinero Miguel Pinero Actor, Short Eyes
16. Tony Gwynn Tony Gwynn Self, 7th Inning Stretch There is probably no one who has won over the public in San Diego as much as Tony Gwynn has. While Tony Gwynn the baseball player is worthy of Hall of Fame status, it is Tony Gwynn the human being that endeared himself to many San Diegans. Born in Los Angeles in 1960, Gwynn grew up in Long Beach where he attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School...
17. Michael O'Herlihy Michael O'Herlihy Director, Tomorrow Is Yesterday Brother of Oscar nominated actor Dan O'Herlihy, Michael O'Herlihy was a major TV director in the US from the 1950s to the 1980s. His credits include Star Trek, Maverick, Gunsmoke, M*A*S*H, Hawaii Five-O, The A-Team and Miami Vice to name but a few. He worked for Disney in the late 1960s and his feature film debut was for them in 1966 with The Fighting Prince of Donegal...
18. Joe Di Reda Joe Di Reda Actor, General Hospital
19. June Knight June Knight Actress, Broadway Melody of 1936 A vivacious blonde from Los Angeles, California, June Knight made a name for herself on Broadway in "Hot Cha!", in which she co-starred with 'Lupe Valez', Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Bert Lahr and Eleanor Powell. When transferring into movies, the roles she was in proved forgettable to audiences. Even though she never made a single movie throughout 1941-49...
20. Alex McAvoy Alex McAvoy Actor, Pink Floyd The Wall
21. Eileen Way Eileen Way Actress, The Vikings
22. Giuseppe Bertolucci Giuseppe Bertolucci Director, Segreti segreti
23. Marjie Lawrence Marjie Lawrence Actress, Hands of the Ripper
24. Teresa Tirelli Teresa Tirelli Actress, The Godfather: Part II Teresa Tirelli D'Amico was the actress who shared the famous grape-stomping scene with Lucille Ball in the 'Lucy's Italian Movie' episode of I Love Lucy.
25. Mauritz Hugo Mauritz Hugo Actor, The Old Man and the Sea
26. E.M. Margolese E.M. Margolese Actor, Thief of Budapest
27. Bob Nolan Bob Nolan Soundtrack, Close Encounters of the Third Kind American singer-songwriter who appeared in a number of low-budget Westerns, but was most renowned as the leader of the singing group, The Sons of the Pioneers. The son of an Army officer, Nolan attended the University of Arizona after his father retired to that state. He studied music and poetry in college...
28. Vera Ilic-Djukic Vera Ilic-Djukic Actress, The Magic Sword
29. Gus Schilling Gus Schilling Actor, Citizen Kane Former burlesque comedian who usually portrayed nervous types on screen. In films from 1940.
30. Vera Veroft Vera Veroft Actress, Kapitein Zeppos
31. Harry Cheshire Harry Cheshire Actor, The Luckiest Guy in the World
32. John Cocchi John Cocchi Thanks, Cinemania Cocchi was reputed for his encyclopedic knowledge of old Hollywood films, Beginning in 1967 he was involved with the programming of 16mm collector prints of rare and obscure such titles, many of them "B" films, at New York City's CoOperative Film Society. During the 1970s he was a reporter and reviewer of movies for Boxoffice Magazine...
33. Ofelia Montesco Ofelia Montesco Actress, The Exterminating Angel
34. Wernher von Braun Wernher von Braun Self, The Search for Truth
35. Patricia O'Rourke Patricia O'Rourke Actress, Jungle Book
36. Elizabeth McBride Elizabeth McBride Costume Designer, The Shawshank Redemption
37. Mira Slovak Mira Slovak Self, The Green Girl
38. Kôji Tsuruta Kôji Tsuruta Actor, Samurai III: Duel at Ganryu Island
39. Joan Winfield Joan Winfield Actress, A Stolen Life
40. Ayhan Isik Ayhan Isik Actor, Bitter Life
41. John Westbrook John Westbrook Actor, The Lord of the Rings
42. Guy Usher Guy Usher Actor, The Devil Bat
43. Ruben Padilla Ruben Padilla Actor, The Alamo
44. Steven Hodgson Steven Hodgson Visual Effects, Hot Tub Time Machine
45. Felicia Montealegre Felicia Montealegre Actress, Flowers from a Stranger
46. James Ottaway James Ottaway Actor, The Long Good Friday
47. Hal Block Hal Block Self, Tag the Gag
48. Jack Wagner Jack Wagner Actor, Walt Disney World's 15th Anniversary Celebration
49. Thomas E. Breen Thomas E. Breen Actor, The River
50. Hans Hass Hans Hass Self, Menschen unter Haien Has a son together with Hannelore Schroth. The son's name is Hans Hass Jr. With Lotte Baierl he has a daughter; Meta.
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