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1. George 'Spanky' McFarland George 'Spanky' McFarland Actor, General Spanky
2. Harve Presnell Harve Presnell Actor, Fargo By the time handsome, brawny baritone Harve Presnell arrived on the film scene, the "Golden Age" of musicals had long dissipated. Born in Modesto, California in 1933 and spending part of his youth on a family ranch near Yosemite Valley where he labored in the fields, it was discovered he had quite a voice at such a young age (7) and he became a soloist at his local church...
3. Buddy Hackett Buddy Hackett Self, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Brooklyn-born Buddy Hackett was known mainly as a nightclub comic, especially in Las Vegas, where he first performed in 1952 and wound up being one of the biggest headliners in that city's history. Hackett always referred to himself as a "saloon comic" and preferred the intimacy of his stage act--where he would often bring members of the audience up on stage with him--to films and television...
4. Paul Mazursky Paul Mazursky Actor, Down and Out in Beverly Hills
5. Gale Gordon Gale Gordon Actor, Here's Lucy
6. Thomas Browne Henry Thomas Browne Henry Actor, Earth vs. the Flying Saucers If you've ever seen a war picture, sci-fi epic or western from the 1940s or 1950s, then you've seen Thomas Browne Henry, and more than once. Along with Morris Ankrum, Henry is probably the army officer most responsible for helping Earth drive off hordes of invading outer-space monsters, aliens and other unwelcome intruders...
7. Robert Hastings Robert Hastings Actor, McHale's Navy Bob Hastings got his show business start in radio after WWII as the voice of "Archie Andrews" in the show of the same name (a spin-off of the Archie Comics series) on the Mutual Broadcasting System. The good-looking Hastings made the transition to television smoothly in 1949 in early galactic-action series like Captain Video and His Video Rangers and Atom Squad...
8. Dean Fredericks Dean Fredericks Actor, Steve Canyon
9. Chris Alcaide Chris Alcaide Actor, The Big Heat An arch-villain--the ultimate henchman!--Chris Alcaide has appeared in scores of film-noirs (mainly vintage Columbia B detective movies) and westerns. His steely look and his deep voice threatened for decades TV and movie stars, such as Glenn Ford, Tyrone Power, Lorne Greene, Richard Boone...
10. Herbert J. Biberman Herbert J. Biberman Writer, The Master Race Herbert J. Biberman, the progressive producer, director and screenwriter now best known as one of the Hollywood Ten who were blacklisted by the American Film Industry for refusing to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), was born on March 4, 1900 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...
11. King Donovan King Donovan Actor, Invasion of the Body Snatchers The name might not be familiar-but the face would be. A thinking man's Don Knotts or his smarter brother - well - that would be over-simplifying King Donovan. He was born to vaudevillian parents who traveled the whole country. He was of medium height, slender build, and narrow-faced (like Knotts)...
12. Lillian Hellman Lillian Hellman Writer, The Children's Hour During the 1930s, it was fashionable to be a part of the radical political movement in Hollywood. Lillian Hellman devoted herself to the cause along with other writers and actors in their zeal to reform. Her independence set her apart from all but a few women of the day, and gave her writing an edge that broke the rules...
13. Mary Livingstone Mary Livingstone Actress, The Jack Benny Program Grew up in Vancouver, B.C., where she graduated from King George High School. Claims to have first seen future husband and comedy partner Jack Benny perform at the city's famed Orpheum Theatre during the Vaudeville days. Benny toured extensively and played the Orpheum often before hitting it big in radio.
14. Constance Smith Constance Smith Actress, Man in the Attic Strikingly attractive, but troubled Irish leading lady of the 1950's, born to a struggling family in Limerick. Constance's is, perhaps, one of the more lurid and tragic tales of a promising career ending up on the skids. It began with her winning a 1946 look-alike competition in a Dublin movie magazine...
15. Robert L. Manahan Robert L. Manahan Sound Department, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
16. Alex Scott Alex Scott Actor, Romper Stomper
17. Fred Asparagus Fred Asparagus Actor, ¡Three Amigos!
18. Vsevolod Pudovkin Vsevolod Pudovkin Director, Mother
19. Lory Walsh Lory Walsh Actress, Stickin' Together
20. Olin Francis Olin Francis Actor, The Kid Brother
21. Chet Atkins Chet Atkins Soundtrack, Michael Chet Atkins was an A&R (artist and repertoire) executive for RCA Victor Records from 1958 until 1974, producing recordings for such artists as Elvis Presley, Bobby Bare, Eddy Arnold, Jim Reeves, Skeeter Davis, Waylon Jennings, Duane Eddy, The Browns, Charley Pride, Hank Snow and The Everly Brothers...
22. Margalo Gillmore Margalo Gillmore Actress, High Society Gillmore was better known for decades as a Broadway star. Among her most ardent admirers was Jacqueline Susann. According to Susann's biography, Susann had an unrequited but passionate crush on Margalo.
23. Edward Burnham Edward Burnham Actor, To Sir, with Love
24. Barry Norman Barry Norman Self, Film '72 Barry Norman is the son of film director Leslie and Elizabeth Norman. He was educated at a state primary school and at Highgate School, then an all-boys independent school in North London. He did not go to university, but instead began his career in journalism at the Kensington News, later spending...
25. Paul Hartmann Paul Hartmann Actor, The Longest Day
26. Ann Morriss Ann Morriss Actress, The Women
27. Phyllis Hyman Phyllis Hyman Self, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Deep-voiced and statuesque, Phyllis Hyman sang with a life-affirming energy and emotional intensity found in few other female vocalists. Born in Philadelphia in 1949 (and raised in Pittsburgh), her professional career began in New York City where, during an engagement, she was spotted by producer Norman Connors and contemporaries Jean Carne and Roberta Flack...
28. Pina Bausch Pina Bausch Miscellaneous Crew, Talk to Her
29. Laurence Herder Laurence Herder Actor, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
30. Virginia Brown Faire Virginia Brown Faire Actress, West of the Divide
31. Jacqueline Clarke Jacqueline Clarke Actress, Blithe Spirit
32. Ivor Barnard Ivor Barnard Actor, Great Expectations
33. Erika Wackernagel Erika Wackernagel Actress, National Lampoon's European Vacation
34. Fred Shields Fred Shields Actor, Saludos Amigos In Kansas City, Shields owned a theatre group, The Playmakers, and performed in stage plays. He also worked as a newscaster for WDAF radio. In 1929, he announced the plane flight of Germany's Graf Zeppelin over the U.S. In 1930, he came to Hollywood, CA, with Ger, his wife, Karena, and daughter, Evelyn...
35. Dave Wilson Dave Wilson Director, Saturday Night Live A Television Director who spent most of his career working in the unique area of Live Television. His most memorable run was with Saturday Night Live from the beginning until his retirement just a couple of years before his death. His son Tommy Wilson went to work in the family trade for SNL. Dave Wilson received an Emmy Award for an Episode of SNL in its second season which featured singer/songwriter...
36. Lynn Dearth Lynn Dearth Actress, Sweeney 2
37. Myrtle Reed Myrtle Reed Actress, The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella
38. Yong-ha Park Yong-ha Park Actor, Jak-jeon
39. Elliott Kastner Elliott Kastner Producer, Angel Heart A former talent agent, Elliott Kastner began producing films in the mid-1960s. Although not often meeting with much critical approval, his films have done extremely well financially, especially in Europe; he was one of the first American producers to permanently switch his base of operations to Europe and make his films there, achieving much success, particularly with Where Eagles Dare.
40. Sybille Binder Sybille Binder Actress, Blanche Fury
41. Bessie Barriscale Bessie Barriscale Actress, Rose of the Rancho
42. Joe Powell Joe Powell Stunts, Top Secret!
43. David Webb David Webb Actor, The Conqueror Worm David Webb was born in Luton, Bedfordshire in 1931. His father was the son of a local baker for whom he worked until developing baker's asthma, after which he worked for a local brewery and then, until retirement, for the Vauxhall Motors Car Company. David's mother was the daughter of a local tailor and later hat manufacturer...
44. David Harris David Harris Self, The Thin Blue Line
45. Shane Dixon Shane Dixon Stunts, The Truman Show Shane Dixon, the son of Delmer and B.J. Dixon of Ponca City, Oklahoma, is probably best known for his stunt acting - car and motorcycle stunts, karate, boxing, studio fights, car hits, mini trampoline, weapons, horseback, westerns, fire gags and air rams. This stuntman-actor graduated from Po-Hi in 1973...
46. Ernst Röhm Ernst Röhm Self, Der Sieg des Glaubens Born in Munich in 1887, Ernst Röhm joined the German army as a teenager and served in World War I. He became acquainted with Adolf Hitler in 1919. Hitler shrewdly took note of Röhm's intensely militaristic nature, his experience in the war and the fact that he was the leader of an extreme right-wing paramilitary organization called the Frontbann--one of many such units...
47. Tom Kruse Tom Kruse Self, The Back of Beyond
48. Mickey Hays Mickey Hays Actor, The Aurora Encounter
49. María Esquivel María Esquivel Actress, Los salvajes
50. Bernie Grant Bernie Grant Actor, One Life to Live
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