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1. Danny Lockin Danny Lockin Actor, Hello, Dolly! Danny Lockin was born in Hawaii in 1943, and was raised in Omaha, Nebraska. He was an exceptional dancer who started dancing professionally at age eight. He appeared in the film Gypsy as Gerry. He appeared on Broadway in the 1964 revival of "West Side Story", and in other shows such as "The Sound of Music"...
2. Nancy Dolman Nancy Dolman Actress, Martin Short: Concert for the North Americas
3. Eddie Byrne Eddie Byrne Actor, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
4. Buford Pusser Buford Pusser Miscellaneous Crew, Walking Tall Buford Pusser was elected sheriff of McNairy County, Tennessee, on a platform of cleaning up the county, which was justifiably regarded as the most corrupt, crime-ridden county in the state, if not the U.S. Several organized-crime rings, based mainly in Nashville, ran the criminal enterprises in McNairy County, including gambling, prostitution, bootlegging, narcotics, auto theft, etc...
5. Fred Crane Fred Crane Actor, Gone with the Wind
6. Connie Izay Connie Izay Actress, Mary Jane Harper Cried Last Night
7. Siobhan Dowd Siobhan Dowd Writer, A Monster Calls Siobhan Dowd was born in 1960 to Irish parents. She was brought up in London, but spent much of her youth visiting the family homes in County Waterford, then Wicklow town. She attended a Catholic grammar school in south London, and went on to receive a BA in Classics from Oxford University and an MA with distinction in Gender and Ethnic Studies from Greenwich University...
8. Haley Paige Haley Paige Actress, To Die For
9. Yuriy Nikulin Yuriy Nikulin Actor, Brilliantovaya ruka Yuri Nikulin was a Russian film actor, comedian, mime, and circus clown who was also Artistic Director of Moscow Circus and popular TV show host. He was born Yuri Vladimirovich Nikulin on December 18, 1921, in the town of Demidov, Smolensk province, Central Russia. His father, Vladimir Andreevich Nikulin...
10. Matty Ferrigno Matty Ferrigno Self, Pumping Iron
11. George Brenlin George Brenlin Actor, General Hospital
12. Chuck Cason Chuck Cason Actor, Son of a Badman
13. Jean Hill Jean Hill Actress, Desperate Living
14. Pedro López Lagar Pedro López Lagar Actor, El niño y la niebla
15. Kurt Neumann Kurt Neumann Director, The Fly
16. Danitra Vance Danitra Vance Actress, Little Man Tate
17. Marjorie White Marjorie White Actress, Woman Haters Pretty-as-a-picture Marjorie White was a charming comedienne, and although she was never the star, she stole many scenes from stars. She co-starred with some of the leading comediennes of the day, such as Wheeler and Woolsey, the Three Stooges, and Joe E. Brown, and brought smiles to the faces of moviegoers and theatergoers alike. It's easy to tell she was a favorite in the 1930s...
18. Jerry Warren Jerry Warren Director, The Wild World of Batwoman With all due respect to the man himself, it is hard to think of any horror filmmaker who made movies that were as cheap or as ridiculed as Jerry Warren's. Whether making shoestring quickies like The Incredible Petrified World or Teenage Zombies, or mangling Mexican imports, Warren could be counted on through the late '50s and early '60s to deliver the lowest common denominator in horror...
19. Christoph Schlingensief Christoph Schlingensief Director, The African Twintowers
20. Joseph W. Girard Joseph W. Girard Actor, '49-'17
21. Nanni Loy Nanni Loy Director, The Four Days of Naples
22. Richard Garrick Richard Garrick Actor, A Streetcar Named Desire Performed on Broadway; active from 1907-47. Garrick made his stage debut in the moderately successful production of "The Boys of Company B" (in which Mack Sennett appeared in one of his 2 stage roles). He appeared in the original 1947 production of "A Streetcar Named Desire" (in the role of the "Strange Man")...
23. Stuart Heisler Stuart Heisler Director, The Star Director Stuart Heisler began his film-industry career as a prop man in 1913, joining Mack Sennett at Keystone the following year. He worked as an editor for Samuel Goldwyn at United Artists from 1924-25 and again from 1929-34 and at Paramount from 1935-36. He graduated to second-unit director with John Ford's The Hurricane...
24. John Hayes John Hayes Director, Grave of the Vampire John Hayes was a writer, director, editor, producer and occasional actor who made a wide variety of offbeat and interesting low-budget independent pictures throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Born in New York, he began his film career making short movies in the 1950s--his 1958 short "The Kiss" was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film...
25. Alyce King Alyce King Actress, Swingin' Down the Scale
26. Luis Dávila Luis Dávila Actor, Zampo y yo
27. Branislav 'Ciga' Milenkovic Branislav 'Ciga' Milenkovic Actor, I Even Met Happy Gypsies
28. Karl Bruck Karl Bruck Actor, The Young and the Restless
29. Terri Messina Terri Messina Actress, Single Room Furnished Terri Jean Messina was a lovely and captivating brunette actress who popped up in a few movies and several TV shows during her regrettably brief acting career. Terri was born on December 17, 1945 in Northridge, Los Angeles, California. She first began acting in episodic television in 1967. Messina gave an especially fine and engaging performance as Maria...
30. Tudor Sherrard Tudor Sherrard Actor, Se7en
31. Ed Geldart Ed Geldart Actor, Rushmore
32. Glen Glenn Glen Glenn Sound Department, The Millionaire
33. Charles Eames Charles Eames Director, The Fabulous Fifties
34. Maxwell Shaw Maxwell Shaw Actor, The Oblong Box
35. Vicki Bakken Vicki Bakken Actress, The Ten Commandments
36. Lomax Study Lomax Study Actor, A Little Princess
37. Wesley Willis Wesley Willis Soundtrack, Super Size Me Wesley Willis was a truly distinctive one-of-a-kind singer/songwriter who suffered from chronic paranoid schizophrenia. Willis was born on May 31, 1963 in Chicago, Illinois. One in a family of ten children, Wesley's parents separated when he was young and he subsequently grew up in a series of foster homes being primarily raised by two older brothers who went with Wesley from home to home...
38. Gino Colbert Gino Colbert Director, Night Walk: A Bedtime Story
39. Dorothy Flood Dorothy Flood Actress, Resurrection
40. Norma Moriceau Norma Moriceau Costume Designer, The Road Warrior
41. Beryl Cooke Beryl Cooke Actress, Going, Going, Gone... Free?
42. John Juliani John Juliani Actor, Under the Piano
43. Nicholas Cortland Nicholas Cortland Actor, Search for Tomorrow
44. Bombolo Bombolo Actor, Delitto al ristorante cinese
45. Angelo Francesco Lavagnino Angelo Francesco Lavagnino Composer, Othello He graduated in violin and composition at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan (Italy), Lavagnino deserves a special place in film music for his contribution to documentaries. He gave reportages a new dimension; he did not elaborate folkloristic themes, neither he passively adapts the instruments...
46. Antony Jay Antony Jay Writer, That Was the Week That Was Antony Jay joined BBC Television in 1955 and became a founding member of Tonight, the corporation's nightly current affairs television programme, in 1957, becoming the editor in 1962. In 1963 he was made the Head of Television Talk Features. In 1964 he left the BBC to become a freelance writer and producer. He was knighted in 1988...
47. Klaus Höhne Klaus Höhne Actor, The Damned
48. Budd Hopkins Budd Hopkins Miscellaneous Crew, Intruders
49. Ed Haskett Ed Haskett Actor, Gilda
50. Mario Novelli Mario Novelli Actor, Star Pilot
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