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1. Isaac Hayes Isaac Hayes Soundtrack, Kill Bill: Vol. 1 Isaac Hayes was the second-born child of Isaac Sr. and Eula Hayes, but was raised by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wade Sr. The child of a poor family, he grew up picking cotton in Covington, Tennessee. He dropped out of high school, only to be encouraged later by his former high school teachers to get his diploma...
2. John Meillon John Meillon Actor, My Name's McGooley, What's Yours?
3. Douglas Kennedy Douglas Kennedy Actor, Steve Donovan, Western Marshal A tall, powerfully built man, Douglas Kennedy entered films after graduating from Amherst. Making his debut in 1940, he appeared in many westerns and detective thrillers, often as a villain. World War II interrupted his career, and he spent the war years as a Signal Corps officer and an operative in the OSS and US Army Intelligence...
4. John Saunders John Saunders Self, 2009 International Bowl
5. Eydie Gormé Eydie Gormé Self, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Eydie Gorme was born in New York on August 16, 1928 to Sephardic Jewish parents. Her father, Nessim Garmezano, was a tailor, from Sicily, who changed his last name when he arrived in the United States. Gorme began singing straight out of high school, with various big bands. But her big break came after she auditioned for...
6. William Henry William Henry Actor, The Thin Man
7. Rin Tin Tin Rin Tin Tin Actor, Clash of the Wolves The first 'Rin Tin Tin', who along with his heirs starred in numerous films and television series, was discovered during World War I, September 15, 1918, by US Air Corporal Lee Duncan and his battalion in Lorraine, France. At a bombed out dog kennel, Duncan found a mother Shepherd Dog and her scrawny litter of five pups...
8. Dick Foran Dick Foran Actor, The Petrified Forest Dick Foran was the matinée idol of the B movies. He started as a band singer and then sang on the radio. He was hired by Warner Brothers as a supporting actor who could croon a tune when called upon. His good looks and good natured personality made him a natural choice for the supporting cast....
9. Nora Hayden Nora Hayden Actress, The Angry Red Planet
10. Ray Corrigan Ray Corrigan Actor, Undersea Kingdom Ray Corrigan was a physical culturist and very good athlete. He began working in Hollywood, as a physical fitness trainer for movie stars. Bit parts in 1932 led to action roles in the Undersea Kingdom and The Leathernecks Have Landed, the same year he began his role as Tucson Smith in Republic Pictures' "Three Mesquiteer" series; he did 24 films in that series before leaving in 1939...
11. Casey Donovan Casey Donovan Actor, Ginger Calvin Culver, better known by his adult film name Casey Donovan, was born November 2, 1943 in East Bloomfield, New York. He graduated from teachers' college in 1965 and worked as a teacher in Peekskill and New York City. When he was fired from his teaching job after an altercation with a student, he began working as an escort and tried to establish an acting career...
12. Cynthia Szigeti Cynthia Szigeti Actress, National Lampoon's European Vacation
13. George W. Hill George W. Hill Director, The Big House Beginning his career at age 13 as a stagehand for D.W. Griffith, George W. Hill worked his way up through cinematography and screenwriting to finally begin directing films in the early 1920s. His later films took on a stark, brutally realistic atmosphere and were renowned for their effective use of shadows in the lighting as in The Big House...
14. Doris Wishman Doris Wishman Director, Double Agent 73
15. Terence Rigby Terence Rigby Actor, Tomorrow Never Dies
16. Chien Tsao Chien Tsao Actor, Long men kezhan
17. Irene Sharaff Irene Sharaff Costume Designer, West Side Story Nominated for fifteen Academy Awards, charismatic costumer Irene Sharaff once declared "you can acquire chic and elegance, but style itself is a a rare thing" (NY Times, August 17, 1993). During her long and distinguished career, Sharaff became known as much for her meticulous attention to detail and her sense of colour as for her versatility in adapting to many genres and periods...
18. Liz Gebhardt Liz Gebhardt Actress, The Naked Civil Servant
19. David L. Wolper David L. Wolper Producer, L.A. Confidential
20. Frank Lloyd Frank Lloyd Director, Mutiny on the Bounty Frank Lloyd was an unpretentious, technically skilled director, who crafted several enduring Hollywood classics during the 1930's. He started out as a stage actor and singer in early 1900's London and was well-known as an imitator of Harry Lauder. After several years in music hall and with touring repertory companies...
21. Vince Barnett Vince Barnett Actor, The Killers Former vaudevillian, who acquired a solid reputation as a practical joker and master of insult, second only to the great Groucho Marx. Celebrity hosts would often hire Vince to perform gags and put-on jokes at their lavish parties, where he would insult the guests and create mayhem in his wake. He often posed as heavily-accented journalists with names like 'Timothy Glutzspiegel'...
22. Jani Lane Jani Lane Soundtrack, When in Rome
23. Raquel Torres Raquel Torres Actress, Duck Soup Fetching Raquel Torres had a very brief but sexy reign in Hollywood with the advent of sound, but late-night viewers can still get a sampling of this spitfire's charms in one zany piece of slapstick with The Marx Brothers. Born Paula Osterman in Hermosillo, Mexico, on November 11, 1908, she arrived in...
24. Joan Marsh Joan Marsh Actress, You're Telling Me! Platinum blonde; a leading lady in US films from the 30's through late 50's who had been a child player in silents ca. 1920.
25. Ivor Dean Ivor Dean Actor, The Saint
26. Kenny Endoso Kenny Endoso Stunts, Se7en
27. Guido Mannari Guido Mannari Actor, Caligula
28. Carlo Rambaldi Carlo Rambaldi Special Effects, Alien
29. Lafe McKee Lafe McKee Actor, Blue Steel Lafe McKee began working in Hollywood around 1913. He usually played the likeable father of the heroine, the distressed businessman, or the ranch owner on the verge of losing his homestead or cattle to the villains. The majority of his films were westerns and he supported such actors as Gary Cooper, John Wayne, Gene Autry, Tim McCoy, Tom Tyler, and others.
30. Colin Eggleston Colin Eggleston Director, Long Weekend
31. Tony Wilson Tony Wilson Self, So It Goes
32. Jean-Claude Lauzon Jean-Claude Lauzon Director, Léolo Lauzon came from a humble family and he worked in many different jobs, until he obtained a title in Communications, and went to Los Angeles to study cinema, in the late 70s. He made some shortcuts, the majority of which received awards, and then two films which also won many prizes and established him as one of the most important Canadian directors of the time...
33. Kenny Baker Kenny Baker Actor, Stage Door Canteen
34. Bert Gold Bert Gold Production Manager, Men in Crisis
35. Danny Mummert Danny Mummert Actor, It's a Wonderful Life
36. James O'Neill James O'Neill Actor, The Count of Monte Cristo
37. Richard Fiske Richard Fiske Actor, The Devil Commands
38. John Breen John Breen Actor, To Kill a Mockingbird Clothed in anonymity, actors like John Breen are often overlooked by movie and television audiences alike. Breen started in films in the 1930s and worked steadily in movies through the early 1950s. Unfortunately for him, his short appearance and natural curly hair didn't allow him to fall into the...
39. Jessie Robins Jessie Robins Actress, The Fearless Vampire Killers
40. Anthony Redondo Anthony Redondo Actor, How to Be Very, Very Popular
41. Anthony Radziwill Anthony Radziwill Producer, Lenny Bruce: Swear to Tell the Truth Son of Lee Radziwill and Prince Stanislav Radizwill, Anthony Radziwill was born into a world of privilege. Related to the world-famous Kennedy family of the United States, Anthony began his career in television production, after graduating from college. One of his first projects was producing NBC's coverage of the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul...
42. Donald Bisset Donald Bisset Actor, Ragtime
43. Jerry Stovin Jerry Stovin Actor, Lolita
44. Robin Bach Robin Bach Actor, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
45. Lew Meehan Lew Meehan Actor, The Man from Oklahoma Lew Meehan (birthname James Llewellyn Meehan)was born September 7, 1890 in Red Lake Falls, Minnesota and died on August 10, 1951 in Los Angeles, California. His film career began in 1921 and ended in 1944, albeit he appears in a stock footage montage, as a police car driver (from "Waterfront Lady" (1935)) in 1947's "Dick Tracy Meets Grusome"...
46. Ira Wheeler Ira Wheeler Actor, The Killing Fields
47. Constance Chapman Constance Chapman Actress, Clockwise
48. Mischa Bakaleinikoff Mischa Bakaleinikoff Music Department, The Big Heat Composer and accomplished double-bass player and cellist, Mischa fled his country after the October Revolution of 1917, along with his brothers Vladimir and Constantin. He arrived in America in 1926, and, five years later, got a job with Columbia in Hollywood. He was at first utilised as a musician...
49. Billy Record Billy Record Actor, Bigfoot
50. Rana Fisher Rana Fisher Actress, Pomegranate
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