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1. Lupe Ontiveros Lupe Ontiveros Actress, As Good as It Gets
2. Mary Tamm Mary Tamm Actress, The Odessa File
3. Eva Perón Eva Perón Actress, La pródiga María Eva Ibarguren was born in Los Toldos, Argentina, on May 7, 1919. The youngest of five born to Juana Ibarguren and her married employer, Eva was subject from a very young age to unjust discrimination simply because she was an illegitimate child. According to popular legend, she left Los Toldos at the age of 15 with the help of tango singer Agustín Magaldi...
4. Richard Tatro Richard Tatro Actor, I, Mudd
5. Tony Anholt Tony Anholt Actor, Destination Moonbase-Alpha
6. Terry Scott Terry Scott Actor, Carry on Camping A brilliant comic actor Terry Scott was one of the most familiar faces on British television in the 1960s and 70s. At the height of his popularity his classic comedy series, Terry and June, (in which he co-starred with June Whitfield) was watched by 15 million viewers weekly. Born Owen John Scott in...
7. Camilla DeCastro Camilla DeCastro Actress, My Girlfriends Cock 2
8. Justin Tarr Justin Tarr Actor, Bullitt
9. Cedric Gibbons Cedric Gibbons Art Director, The Wizard of Oz After graduating from New York's Art Students League he worked for his architect father, then started film work at Edison Studios in 1915 assisting Hugo Ballin. In 1918 he moved to Goldwyn as art director and, in 1924, began his 32 year stint as supervising art director for some 1500 MGM films, with direct responsibility in well over 150 of those...
10. Edward Ellis Edward Ellis Actor, Fury Character actor in films, often portraying strident types, he is best remembered cast as "The Thin Man" (actually, "Wynant") of the hit 1934 MGM film. He Ellis was active on Broadway as an actor, producer and playwright from 1905-32 (see "Other Works"). He died in Beverly Hills, CA at age 81 in 1952.
11. Allen 'Farina' Hoskins Allen 'Farina' Hoskins Actor, Pups Is Pups
12. Michael Jeffrey Woods Michael Jeffrey Woods Actor, Another Day in Paradise
13. Don Weis Don Weis Director, The Gene Krupa Story Milwaukee-born Don Weis began as a director of light-hearted, often youth-oriented entertainment. After graduating in film studies from the University of Southern California in 1942, he got his first job as an errand boy at Warner Brothers. He saw wartime service as a technician with the 1st Motion Picture Unit of the U.S...
14. Bernie Diamond Bernie Diamond Actor, The Letter Writer
15. John Normington John Normington Actor, Atonement
16. Janet Key Janet Key Actress, 1984
17. Virginia Brissac Virginia Brissac Actress, Rebel Without a Cause
18. Andrés Soler Andrés Soler Actor, Tizoc
19. Raymond Walburn Raymond Walburn Actor, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town Stalwart character Raymond Walburn is one of those actors whose name may have slipped through the memory cracks over time, but whose valued contribution to 30s and 40s comedy films certainly warrants a reminder. Somewhat reminiscent of the "Mr. Monopoly" character, Walburn was the archetypal bombastic bumbler or supercilious stuffed shirt with the trademark bulgy eyes...
20. William A. Seiter William A. Seiter Director, Sons of the Desert Originally a writer and artist, William A. Seiter entered films with Selig. He worked from 1915 as a stunt double and bit player at Keystone and quickly graduated to directing comedy shorts. He moved up to features in the 1920s. He married actress Laura La Plante, who he directed in several films, such as Skinner's Dress Suit...
21. Werner Hedman Werner Hedman Director, Måske i morgen
22. Claud Allister Claud Allister Actor, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
23. Leigh Whipper Leigh Whipper Actor, Of Mice and Men Leigh Whipper was an consummate actor who led an impressive life. Born in South Carolina in 1876, at the end of the Reconstruction Era in which his parents had participated, he was educated in Washington, D.C., attending Howard University, before turning permanently to a life in the theater. At a time when work for black actors was limited...
24. Jane Hoffman Jane Hoffman Actress, Deconstructing Harry
25. Wanda Ottoni Wanda Ottoni Actress, German George
26. Silvio Narizzano Silvio Narizzano Director, Georgy Girl Of Italian-American ancestry, Narizzano was educated at Bishop's University, Quebec. His first theatrical work was with the Mountain Playhouse in Montreal, before joining the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as assistant to Norman Jewison, Arthur Hiller, Sidney J. Furie and Ted Kotcheff. From the mid-1950's...
27. Mary Wells Mary Wells Soundtrack, The Commitments Detroit-born (in 1943) Mary Wells was one of the first stars of the soon-to-be-legendary Motown Records, and while she became one of the label's superstars, she had very, very difficult early years that many other people would not have been able to overcome. As a child she contracted spinal meningitis...
28. Margaret Howell Margaret Howell Actress, Tightrope
29. Cosmo Allegretti Cosmo Allegretti Actor, Prince of the City
30. Hugh Wheeler Hugh Wheeler Writer, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
31. Buddy Baker Buddy Baker Composer, The Fox and the Hound
32. June Mathis June Mathis Writer, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ June Mathis was born June Beulah Hughes in 1887 in Leadville, Colorado. Her father died at a young age and her mother married William Mathis. She grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah, which she would proudly consider her hometown for the rest of her life. At the age of 13 she pursued a career in vaudeville...
33. Salvador Baguez Salvador Baguez Actor, The Americano
34. Winsor McCay Winsor McCay Writer, Winsor McCay, the Famous Cartoonist of the N.Y. Herald and His Moving Comics Like many pioneers, the work of 'Winsor McCay' has been largely superseded by successors such as Walt Disney and Max Fleischer but he more than earns a place in film history for being the American cinema's first great cartoon animator. He started out as a newspaper cartoonist, achieving a national reputation for his strips 'Little Nemo in Slumberland' and 'Dreams of a Rarebit Fiend'...
35. Alexander Hammid Alexander Hammid Director, Meshes of the Afternoon
36. Mary Blair Mary Blair Animation Department, Cinderella
37. Linda Arvidson Linda Arvidson Actress, A Corner in Wheat
38. J.J. Cale J.J. Cale Soundtrack, Watchmen John Weldon "JJ" Cale was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma where he graduated in 1956 from Tulsa Central High School. In the early 1960s he moved to Los Angeles, along with a number of other Tulsa musicians (known for their "Tulsa Sound"), where he worked as a studio engineer...
39. Norma McClure Norma McClure Actress, The Mack
40. Ed Gein Ed Gein Miscellaneous Crew, Ed Gein Ed Gein and his elder brother Henry lived on a rural farm near Plainfield, WI. George Gein, his father, was a tanner and carpenter and was drunk most of the time. Augusta, Ed's domineering mother, was the real power of the house. She was a religious fanatic who constantly warned her sons about the sins of premarital sex and railed against "evil" women...
41. Ernst Schröder Ernst Schröder Actor, Stresemann
42. Jeane Wood Jeane Wood Actress, The Ten Commandments
43. Louise Closser Hale Louise Closser Hale Actress, Shanghai Express Born in Chicago, Illinois in 1872, character actress Louise Closser Hale (nee Louise Closser) began her acting studies at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC and Emerson College of Oratory in Boston. On stage from 1894, her first hit show was in George Bernard Shaw's "Candida" in 1903 on Broadway...
44. Ben Keith Ben Keith Self, Neil Young: Heart of Gold
45. Don Wilbanks Don Wilbanks Actor, The Over-the-Hill Gang
46. Steve Regis Steve Regis Actor, Sex Crimes
47. Betty Walker Betty Walker Actress, Exodus
48. Luis Manuel Pelayo Luis Manuel Pelayo Actor, A paso de cojo
49. Alexander Golitzen Alexander Golitzen Art Director, Touch of Evil Alexander Golitzen was a legendary art director, a field in which most worker's names remain relatively unknown. His prolific work in hundreds of films, predominantly at Universal, made his name familiar to many film-goers, at least among those who read credits. Possibly only Cedric Gibbons, at MGM...
50. Jim Bishop Jim Bishop Writer, The Day Lincoln Was Shot
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