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1. Julie London Julie London Actress, Man of the West Julie London was born Julie Peck on September 26, 1926 in Santa Rosa, California. She was an actress and sultry singer who starred in a number of movies in the 1940s and 1950s before beginning a popular singing career, but is probably best remembered for her role as Nurse Dixie McCall on Emergency! in the 1970s...
2. Sylvia Kristel Sylvia Kristel Actress, Emmanuelle Sylvia Kristel was born on September 28, 1952 in Utrecht, Netherlands. She first came to international attention in the early 1970s with Emmanuelle for director Just Jaeckin. Then two more sequels followed in which she also starred. Included in her credits are a long list of European films including the film Julia...
3. Al Lettieri Al Lettieri Actor, The Godfather Menacing looking Italian American actor who developed into the quintessential on-screen hoodlum via several strong roles in key crime films of the early 1970s. Lettieri played the villain against some of Hollywood's biggest screen names including chasing Steve McQueen in The Getaway, intimidating Charles Bronson in Mr. Majestyk...
4. Paddi Edwards Paddi Edwards Actress, The Little Mermaid
5. Jon-Erik Hexum Jon-Erik Hexum Actor, Voyager from the Unknown In the early 1980s, this ruggedly handsome young man of Norwegian parentage was seen as the "next big thing", and then suddenly he was dead from an accident via a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Hexum was born and raised in Tenafly, New Jersey, where he was a musically gifted student at school playing both the horn & the violin in the school orchestra...
6. Henry Travers Henry Travers Actor, It's a Wonderful Life British-born Henry Travers was a veteran of the English stage before emigrating to the U.S. in 1917. He gained more stage experience there on Broadway working with the Theatre Guild, and began his long film career with Reunion in Vienna. Travers' kindly, grandfatherly demeanor became familiar to filmgoers over the next 25 years...
7. Kam Fong Kam Fong Actor, Cocoon: Part 1 The Asian-American actor Kam Fong, best known for his co-starring role as Chin Ho in the original Hawaii Five-O TV series, was born Kam Tong Chun on May 27, 1918 in Honolulu, Hawaii. (The name Fong was the result of a teacher incorrectly teaching him how to write his name. The name stuck and he later took it as his legal name.) After graduating from high school...
8. Gwen Verdon Gwen Verdon Actress, All My Children A star was born January 13, 1925 in Culver City, California. Her name was Gwyneth Evelyn Verdon, and she was the only Broadway star who had the capability of outshining greats, such as Ethel Merman. Her parents were English emigrants, Joseph William and Gertrude Verdon and she had one brother, William Vernon...
9. Mary Carver Mary Carver Actress, Arachnophobia
10. Esma Cannon Esma Cannon Actress, Carry on Cabby Legendary Australian character actress of the British screen, Miss Cannon was without doubt one of the best scene stealing actresses. Her pixie like looks and extraordinary facial expressions made her a true favourite of many a British movie. Without her appearances in many a 'Carry On..' film in the 1960s...
11. John Hollis John Hollis Actor, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
12. Lee Tracy Lee Tracy Actor, Dinner at Eight Rangy, red-headed and straightforward to the bone while possessing distinctively adenoidal vocal tones, this actor with a voracious appetite for high living was a fine cinematic representation of the racy and race-paced style of pre-Code Hollywood. Lee Tracy patented with peerless skill the lightning...
13. David Lodge David Lodge Actor, The Return of the Pink Panther
14. Claudio Brook Claudio Brook Actor, Cronos
15. Connie Valenzuela Connie Valenzuela Self, The Ritchie Valens Story
16. Lois Kibbee Lois Kibbee Actress, One Life to Live
17. Franco Fabrizi Franco Fabrizi Actor, I Vitelloni Mr. Fabrizi was Italian actor best known for his performance as the lady-killer among a group of small-town youths in Federico Fellini's 'I Vitelloni'. Starting as a stage and variety revue actor in 1947, he broke into film in 1952 with Francesco De Roberti's 'Carica Eroica'. His role as a tireless philanderer became characteristic of his on-screen and off- screen persona...
18. Constance Worth Constance Worth Actress, Dillinger Australian leading lady of 40s B films. Brought over by RKO they dropped her after her first two American features. She spent three years at Columbia then freelanced mostly in poverty row thrillers and westerns. She was briefly married to the actor George Brent.
19. Thomas A. Edison Thomas A. Edison Producer, The Patchwork Girl of Oz Invented the phonograph, the incandescent electric lightbulb, the alkaline storage battery among other things. He held more than 900 patents and laid the foundation for the modern electric age.
20. Kathryn Loder Kathryn Loder Actress, Foxy Brown Kathryn (Kay) Loder, grew up in Nebraska and Texas, the daughter of a drama professor and an elementary school principal. Her mother was Frances Loder, who taught theater at the University of Texas at Austen for many years. Her older brother was James Edwin Loder, a renowned theologian who taught at Princeton Theological Seminary...
21. Conchita Montes Conchita Montes Actress, El baile Get in touch with Edgar Neville to collaborate on the script for "Madrid Front." The relationship that arises between them, which will last until the death of the director, determines to debut as an actress in the film. His greatest success on stage was "The Dance", again with Neville, then made into a film.
22. Ludovic Kennedy Ludovic Kennedy Self, Coast to Coast
23. Lars Schmidt Lars Schmidt Producer, Twenty-Four Hours in a Woman's Life
24. Besim Sahatçiu Besim Sahatçiu Director, Tito e Kosova 79
25. Felix Dexter Felix Dexter Actor, Room to Rent
26. Merula Salaman Merula Salaman Actress, Twelfth Night
27. Robert Eyer Robert Eyer Actor, The Dark at the Top of the Stairs
28. Dick Hammer Dick Hammer Actor, Mascot Dick Hammer was a Los Angeles County Fire Captain hired to portray the Captain of LA County Fire Station 51 during the first season of the series Emergency! He was a former Starting Guard for the University of Southern California basketball team for 1953/1954, and a member of the US Olympic Volleyball team at the 1964 Tokyo Summer Games...
29. Sidney Salkow Sidney Salkow Director, Twice-Told Tales
30. Irving Sorkin Irving Sorkin Producer, Something the Lord Made
31. Tsuru Aoki Tsuru Aoki Actress, The Dragon Painter
32. Dwain Esper Dwain Esper Producer, Sex Madness
33. Joanne Borgella Joanne Borgella Self, Mo'Nique's Fat Chance
34. Purv Pullen Purv Pullen Actor, Hark Ye Hark! Purv Pullen made a living imitating birds and animals. His greatest exposure came from his work with Ben Bernie, and with Spike Jones and his City Slickers (using the name Dr. Horatio Q. Birdbath). Frequent radio and movie performer, usually anonymous. Sometimes worked on stage with his ventriloquist doll, Johnny.
35. Maxine Semon Maxine Semon Actress, Nursery School
36. Inga Gill Inga Gill Actress, The Seventh Seal
37. William A. Forester William A. Forester Actor, Basic Training
38. Marjorie Battles Marjorie Battles Actress, Dominic's Dream
39. Peter Gordeno Peter Gordeno Self, New Year's Eve Special
40. Crane Wilbur Crane Wilbur Writer, He Walked by Night Actor, screenwriter and director Crane Wilbur was born Erwin Crane Wilbur on November 17, 1886, in Athens, New York. The nephew of the great stage actor Tyrone Power Sr., Wilbur first took to the boards as an actor, making his Broadway debut as Erwin Crane Wilbur on June 3, 1903, in a trilogy of William Butler Yeats plays...
41. Susan Shentall Susan Shentall Actress, Romeo and Juliet
42. Graham Haberfield Graham Haberfield Actor, Episode #1.1506
43. Joel Marston Joel Marston Actor, General Hospital
44. Jin Xie Jin Xie Director, Hibiscus Town
45. Jun Tazaki Jun Tazaki Actor, Ran
46. Alan Coren Alan Coren Self, Television Scrabble
47. Marshall Rohner Marshall Rohner Actor, Road House
48. Norman Corwin Norman Corwin Writer, Lust for Life Author, director, composer and producer, educated in public schools. He was a newspaperman for ten years, and then a writer, director and producer for CBS in New York. He served as chief of Special Projects for United Nations Radio, and was presented with a One World Award. Joining ASCAP in 1952, his chief collaborators included Deems Taylor, Bernard Rogers, Lyn Murray, and Maurice Goldman.
49. Iván Petrovich Iván Petrovich Actor, Elevator to the Gallows
50. William J. Crowe Jr. William J. Crowe Jr. Actor, Hot Rocks
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