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1. Anthony Perkins Anthony Perkins Actor, Psycho Anthony Perkins was born April 4, 1932 in New York City to Janet Esselstyn (Rane) and Osgood Perkins, an actor of both stage and film. His paternal great-grandfather was noted engraver Andrew Varick Stout Anthony. Perkins attended the Brooks School, the Browne & Nichols School, Columbia University and Rollins College...
2. Victor Wong Victor Wong Actor, The Last Emperor Eccentric looking Chinese-American actor with a slightly drooping face (the result of a bout of Bell's palsy) who studied political science, art & journalism before becoming a news reporter for a San Francisco public TV station in the late 1960s. Apart from a brief stint in the mid-1970s on the TV soap opera Search for Tomorrow...
3. Raymond Burr Raymond Burr Actor, Rear Window Born Raymond William Stacy Burr on 21 May 1917 in New Westminster, British Columbia, Burr spent most of his early life traveling. As a youngster, his father moved his family to China, where the elder Burr worked as a trade agent. When the family returned to Canada, Raymond's parents separated. He and his mother moved to Vallejo...
4. Johnny Cash Johnny Cash Soundtrack, Django Unchained Johnny Cash was born February 26, 1932, in Kingsland, Arkansas. He made his first single, "Hey Porter", for Sun Records in 1955. In 1958 he moved to Columbia Records. He had long periods of drug abuse during the 1960s, but later that decade he successfully fought his addiction with the help of singer June Carter Cash...
5. Jeremy Brett Jeremy Brett Actor, My Fair Lady
6. John Bardon John Bardon Actor, East Is East
7. John Qualen John Qualen Actor, Casablanca One of the best and most familiar character actors of the first four decades of sound films, although few who knew his face also knew his name. John Qualen was born in Canada to Norwegian parents. His father was a minister. The family moved to the United States and Qualen (whose real name was Kvalen) grew up in Elgin...
8. Claude Chabrol Claude Chabrol Director, La Cérémonie French film director considered a master in the mystery genre. He is credited with starting the "nouvelle vague" French film movement.
9. Theodore J. Flicker Theodore J. Flicker Writer, Barney Miller
10. Tom Ewell Tom Ewell Actor, The Seven Year Itch Beleaguered character actor Tom Ewell, the unlikely film and TV star with the trademark lumpy figure and droopy, lugubrious mug, was born Samuel Yewell Tompkins on April 29, 1909, in Kentucky. His family tried to steer him towards a law career but he chose the path of acting instead after becoming involved in college productions at the University of Wisconsin...
11. William Boyd William Boyd Actor, The Painted Desert The son of a day laborer, William Boyd moved with his family to Tulsa, Oklahoma, when he was seven. His parents died while he was in his early teens, forcing him to quit school and take such jobs as a grocery clerk, surveyor and oil field worker. He went to Hollywood in 1919, already gray-haired. His first role was as an extra in Cecil B. DeMille's Why Change Your Wife?...
12. Lewis Stone Lewis Stone Actor, The Lost World By the time that he was 20, Lewis Stone had turned prematurely grey. He enlisted to fight in the Spanish American War and when he returned, he returned to be a writer. This turned to acting and he began to appear in films during the middle teens. His career was again interrupted by war as he served in the cavalry during World War I...
13. Tom Helmore Tom Helmore Actor, Vertigo Helmore served as an apprentice in his father's accounting firm while working as an extra in movies. He subsequently pursued acting as a career, working predominantly on the stage. The 1945 Broadway musical "The Day Before Spring" led to Helmore's Hollywood career. In British and American films, Helmore was employed as a dapper, comedic actor.
14. Joe Sample Joe Sample Soundtrack, Moulin Rouge! Joseph Leslie "Joe" Sample is an American pianist, keyboard player and composer. He was one of the founding members of the Jazz Crusaders, the band which became simply The Crusaders in 1971, and remained a part of the group until its final album in 1991 (not including the 2003 reunion album "Rural Renewal")...
15. Ed Peck Ed Peck Actor, Bullitt
16. Frank Ferguson Frank Ferguson Actor, Bud Abbott Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein American character actor Frank Ferguson appeared in scores of films and television shows, often as self-important types. Prior to his film debut, he was a prominent performer and director with the acclaimed Pasadena Community Playhouse, where he coached numerous up-and-coming young actors such as Dana Andrews...
17. Frank Nelson Frank Nelson Actor, Garfield in Paradise He had one of those instantly identifiable mugs that made you laugh as soon as you saw him. And then he'd open his mouth. Veteran character actor Frank Nelson was here, there and everywhere in the 50s and 60s, usually playing a pop-eyed, hot-tempered foil to the likes of TV's top comedy stars such as Lucille Ball and Jack Benny...
18. István Sztankay István Sztankay Actor, Sárkány és papucs
19. Otto Sander Otto Sander Actor, Wings of Desire
20. Harold Innocent Harold Innocent Actor, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
21. Gary Olsen Gary Olsen Actor, The Cook the Thief His Wife & Her Lover
22. Ruth Nelson Ruth Nelson Actress, Awakenings Stage actress Ruth Nelson's biggest claim to fame was as one of the founding members of the famed New York-based "Group Theatre" back in the 30s and was well-received playing the cabbie's wife in Clifford Odets' short play "Waiting for Lefty" in 1935. This role would typify Ruth's career as the non-flashy...
23. William A. Graham William A. Graham Director, Return to the Blue Lagoon
24. Athene Seyler Athene Seyler Actress, The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
25. Lillian Randolph Lillian Randolph Actress, It's a Wonderful Life
26. Ronald Leigh-Hunt Ronald Leigh-Hunt Actor, The Omen Ronald Leigh-Hunt trained for acting at the Italia Conti School. He made his debut in regional repertory theatre. In films from 1950, he was rarely out of work, usually cast in subtle authoritarian or aristocratic roles. Cultured and dapper, latterly white-haired, he was particularly noted for his resonant voice (outside of acting...
27. Ian Paisley Ian Paisley Self, A House Divided
28. Tom Skeeter Tom Skeeter Self, Sound City
29. Jaikishan Dayabhai Panchal Jaikishan Dayabhai Panchal Soundtrack, Gravity
30. Richard Sinatra Richard Sinatra Actor, Beast from Haunted Cave
31. Felix Nelson Felix Nelson Actor, The Ballad of Cable Hogue
32. David Foster Wallace David Foster Wallace Writer, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men
33. John Gustafson John Gustafson Self, The Butterfly Ball John Gustafson, also credited as Johhny Gustafson, had a notable career as a bass player in various '60s and '70s British rock groups. Among others, he has played with the Merseybeats, the Quatermass, the Spencer Davis Group and the Ian Gillan Band. He played bass as a session musician on many 70s albums including "Surprise" by Lynsey De Paul...
34. Frank Hendrick Frank Hendrick Art Department, Looper
35. Christopher Wray Christopher Wray Actor, The Sea Devils: Episode Five
36. Elsa De Giorgi Elsa De Giorgi Actress, Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom
37. Eddie Rodriguez Eddie Rodriguez Actor, Babae... Ikaw ang dahilan!
38. Laurette Luez Laurette Luez Actress, D.O.A.
39. Les Clark Les Clark Animation Department, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
40. Ramos Calhelha Ramos Calhelha Actor, The Seven Vampires Moacyr Ramos Calhelha was born in Brazil in 1919. His mother died within a few months of his birth and his father died when he was three. His sister, Daura, (18 years older) raised him with her husband Jorge Magalhaes. Moacyr attended elementary and high school in Brazil. He won a scholarship to Niagara University and immigrated to the US in 1938 to attend college...
41. Honey Bruce Friedman Honey Bruce Friedman Actress, Dance Hall Racket
42. Allen Jung Allen Jung Actor, The Party
43. Bobby Byrd Bobby Byrd Soundtrack, City of God
44. Charles Lamont Charles Lamont Director, Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man One of the more prolific American directors, Charles Lamont entered films as an actor in 1919 and became a director in 1922. He churned out numerous one- and two-reel comedies for various producers, including Mack Sennett and Al Christie, and began directing features in the mid-'30s. Lamont was a staple of such independent studios as Chesterfield and Republic...
45. Jocelyne LaGarde Jocelyne LaGarde Actress, Hawaii
46. George Eckstein George Eckstein Producer, Murder with Mirrors
47. Curt Goetz Curt Goetz Writer, The House in Montevideo
48. Robert Linkletter Robert Linkletter Self, Disneyland '59
49. Jess Rand Jess Rand Producer, The Plunderers
50. Bert Lindley Bert Lindley Actor, $50,000 Reward
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