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1. Hoyt Axton Hoyt Axton Soundtrack, Forrest Gump
2. Sue Randall Sue Randall Actress, Leave It to Beaver Sue Randall was an actress who was born in 1935. Her primary roles were television instead of motion pictures with Desk Set being her only silver screen appearance. Sue's TV appearances were mostly guest roles in programs such as The Twilight Zone, The Fugitive, Bonanza and Gunsmoke...
3. Hattie McDaniel Hattie McDaniel Actress, Gone with the Wind After working as early as the 1910s as a band vocalist, Hattie McDaniel debuted as a maid in The Golden West. Her maid-mammy characters became steadily more assertive, showing up first in Judge Priest and becoming pronounced in Alice Adams. In this one, directed by George Stevens and aided and abetted by star Katharine Hepburn...
4. Natina Reed Natina Reed Self, Honey
5. Louise Beavers Louise Beavers Actress, Beulah 1930s and 1940s film actress Louise Beavers was merely one of a dominant gallery of plus-sized and plus-talented African-American character actresses forced to endure blatant, discouraging and demeaning stereotypes during Depression-era and WWII Hollywood. It wasn't until Louise's triumphant role in...
6. Laurel Cronin Laurel Cronin Actress, Hook
7. Elem Klimov Elem Klimov Director, Come and See
8. James Bell James Bell Actor, I Walked with a Zombie
9. Ricardo Montez Ricardo Montez Actor, Mamma Mia!
10. Bernard L. Kowalski Bernard L. Kowalski Director, Attack of the Giant Leeches Bernard Kowalski is an important figure in television with a long and impressive list of credits. To mention a select few, he directed the pilots for Richard Diamond, Private Detective, N.Y.P.D. and The Monroes; executive-produced Baretta; and was co-owner of Mission: Impossible. Kowalski got his first...
11. Patricia Knight Patricia Knight Actress, Shockproof This hazel-eyed knockout was born Marjorie Heintzen on April 28, 1915 (although several sources list her birth date as either 1918 or 1920). Her Bostonian father was a leather broker and Patricia received her formal education at a private school. An early interest in the arts had her abandoning her studies at the tender age of 14 with the intention of securing an acting/modeling career...
12. Sam Sarpong Sam Sarpong Actor, Love Don't Cost a Thing
13. Charles Thompson Charles Thompson Actor, Teenage Cave Man
14. Charles Morton Charles Morton Actor, Four Sons Handsome, athletic actor whose career started in the late silent era as a leading man and continued into sound features and finally television. Born in Illinois, Morton spent his adolescence in Madison, Wisconsin; receiving his education at Madison High School and the University of Wisconsin. He made his first stage appearance at the age of seven and later appeared in vaudeville...
15. Mac Ahlberg Mac Ahlberg Cinematographer, Beverly Hills Cop III
16. Muriel Evans Muriel Evans Actress, Manhattan Melodrama
17. Valerio Zurlini Valerio Zurlini Writer, Girl with a Suitcase Valerio Zurlini was born on March 19, 1926. During his law studies in Rome, he started working in the theatre. In 1943, he joined the Italian resistance. Zurlini became a member of the Italian Communist Party. He filmed short documentaries in the immediate post-war period and in 1954 directed his first feature film...
18. Tony Hillerman Tony Hillerman Writer, Coyote Waits
19. Jaromil Jires Jaromil Jires Director, Valerie a týden divu
20. Jan Norris Jan Norris Actress, Splendor in the Grass
21. Jus Addiss Jus Addiss Director, Schlitz Playhouse
22. Katie Layman Katie Layman Actress, Another World
23. Maria Alba Maria Alba Actress, The Return of Chandu
24. Nikos Kazantzakis Nikos Kazantzakis Writer, The Last Temptation of Christ Nikos Kazantzakis was born in Heraklion, Crete (Greece). He studied Law in Athens and in Paris, but soon he studied philosophy and literature. He travelled almost everywhere; he learnt many foreign languages and left his scientific research for Nitsche. At philosophy: "Ascetics" (Salvatores Dei, 1927)...
25. Eugene Jackson Eugene Jackson Actor, The Addams Family Eugene Jackson gained fame as Farina's older brother, Pineapple, in six of Hal Roach's "Our Gang" serials - "The Mysterious Mystery", "The Big Town", "Circus Fever", "Dog Days", "The Love Bug" and "Shootin Injuns". Besides films he sang and danced on the vaudeville circuit - billed as "Hollywood's most famous colored kid star"...
26. Abraham Polonsky Abraham Polonsky Writer, Body and Soul Writer-director Abraham Lincoln Polonsky, one of the most prominent victims of the Hollywood blacklisting of communists and social progressives in the post-World War II period, was born on December 5, 1910, in New York, New York. An unreconstructed Marxist, Polonsky never hid his membership in the Communist Party...
27. Noel Howlett Noel Howlett Actor, Please Sir!
28. Albert Whitlock Albert Whitlock Visual Effects, The Thing Albert Whitlock was one of the most skilled matte artists in the history of motion pictures, with his work seen in more than 500 films and television shows. His very long career began in London in 1929, when, at the age of 14, he was a fetch-and-carry fellow at Gaumont Studios. He went on to build sets and worked as a grip...
29. Stephen Roberts Stephen Roberts Actor, At War with the Army
30. Carlo Collodi Carlo Collodi Writer, Pinocchio
31. Alma Cogan Alma Cogan Self, The Alma Cogan Show
32. Vivian Dandridge Vivian Dandridge Actress, King Kong
33. Delmar Watson Delmar Watson Actor, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
34. Glenn Anders Glenn Anders Actor, The Lady from Shanghai Glenn Anders was born September 1, 1889 in Los Angeles, California. He attended the Wallace dramatic school in California and began a career as a performer in vaudeville on the Orpheum circuit. He arrived in New York in 1919 and attended Columbia University from 1919 until 1921. He made his Broadway debut in 1919 in a play entitled Just Around the Corner...
35. Birgit Doll Birgit Doll Actress, Der siebente Kontinent Birgit Doll born in Vienna, Austria, was an actress and a theatre director. After graduating from high school in 1974, Birgit Doll began studying German literature and theatre. She switched to the Max Reinhardt seminar where she completed her acting training. She made her film debut in Christopher Hampton's "Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald" (1979) directed by Maximilian Schell...
36. Birger Larsen Birger Larsen Director, Dance of the Polar Bears
37. Patsy Parsons Patsy Parsons Actress, Yankee Doodle Dandy
38. Jenny McCrindle Jenny McCrindle Actress, The Acid House
39. Victor Schertzinger Victor Schertzinger Soundtrack, The Wolf of Wall Street Pennsylvania-born Victor Schertzinger trained as a violinist and toured internationally, then became a symphonic conductor. His first film credit was for composing the orchestral accompaniment for Civilization. He directed Charles Ray films, among others, during the silent era. He went back to composing when talkies came in...
40. Alan Kirschenbaum Alan Kirschenbaum Producer, Yes, Dear
41. Olga Roderick Olga Roderick Actress, Freaks Olga Roderick, Madame Olga, was born Jane Barnell in Wilmington, NC on January 3, 1871 (or February 28, 1877, depending on the source). Her father was a Russian Jew and her mother Catawba Indian. According to historians, she was growing hair by the age of two and was bearded at four. Her deformity caused her mother to believe that Jane was bewitched...
42. Irena Kacírková Irena Kacírková Actress, Voyage to the End of the Universe
43. Albert Zugsmith Albert Zugsmith Producer, Touch of Evil
44. Arthur Albertson Arthur Albertson Actor, The Mysterious Double Born in Waycross, Georgia. Stage and silent screen actor in handsome leading man roles. Navy veteran. Albertson was active on Broadway from 1919-26, appearing in 6 productions. Committed suicide in New York City on October 26, 1926, by drinking Lysol after the close of a stage show in Chicago. He was married to actress Esther Howard...
45. Jany Holt Jany Holt Actress, Gervaise
46. Lola Jensen Lola Jensen Actress, Flat Foot Stooges
47. Tom Hatcher Tom Hatcher Actor, Winterset
48. Françoise Bertin Françoise Bertin Actress, Last Year at Marienbad
49. Heck Allen Heck Allen Writer, Mackenna's Gold Heck Allen was "Story Man" (or "Gag Man") for most of Tex Avery's best MGM cartoons from 1944 through 1955, which to this day are some of the funniest cartoons ever made. Allen was responsible for some of the most outlandish, side-splittingly hilarious gags in the history of animated short subjects...
50. Erich von Stroheim Jr. Erich von Stroheim Jr. Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, The Cardinal
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