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1. Charles Hawtrey Charles Hawtrey Actor, Carry on Camping Coming from a theatrical family (although not related to the famous Edwardian actor Sir Charles Hawtrey, he did "borrow" his last name), Charles Hawtrey made his stage debut at age 11 after having spent several years in a prestigious acting school. A string of stage roles followed, and by 1929 his success led him to move into radio...
2. Lou Reed Lou Reed Soundtrack, Trainspotting He formed the group The Velvet Underground with Welsh multi-instrumentalist John Cale, second guitarist Sterling Morrison, and drummer Maureen Tucker in New York in 1965. The group soon became a part of Andy Warhol's Factory scene, which housed a great number of the most freaked and experimental artists at the time...
3. John David Carson John David Carson Actor, Pretty Woman Raised in North Hollywood, California, his father was Aldrich "Kit" Carson (Kit Carson), an actor who appeared in many westerns, most notably working with Dale Robertson. His mother, Rosamonde "Boots" James Carson, also had acting experience, but was primarily a fashion model, and elected president of the Mannequins Association of Los Angeles in 1968...
4. Jacques Demy Jacques Demy Director, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
5. Lois Collier Lois Collier Actress, A Night in Casablanca Born Madelyn Jones in South Carolina in 1922, this actress' childhood dream was to be a missionary in China, but a taste of acting in school plays soon changed her mind and she decided on a career on stage. Her mother was supportive of her decision and, while Madelyn was attending college in South Carolina...
6. Sammee Tong Sammee Tong Actor, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
7. Ugo Tognazzi Ugo Tognazzi Actor, La Cage aux Folles Despite his many superb performances accumulated over a four-decade stretch (and I do mean many), this virile, mustachioed, stocky-framed Italian character star will be forever cherished if only for his one classic comedy role, that of slightly mincing gay cabaret owner Renato Baldi in La Cage aux Folles...
8. Allan Lane Allan Lane Actor, Stagecoach to Denver Most western action film heroes begin and end their career in the saddle. Not so for cowboy idol Allan "Rocky" Lane, who started as a leading man in major studio dramas, only to segue into "B" serials and sagebrush sagas in later life. The Indiana native was born in 1909 (some sources claim 1904). He studied at Notre Dame University where he excelled as a varsity letter athlete in football...
9. André De Toth André De Toth Director, House of Wax Although he obtained a law degree from the Royal Hungarian University, Andre De Toth decided to become an actor, and spent several years on the stage. He then entered the Hungarian film industry, obtaining work as a writer, editor, second unit director and actor before finally becoming a director. He directed a few films just before the outbreak of WW II...
10. Ron Cooney Ron Cooney Camera and Electrical Department, Seven Pounds
11. Xavier Cugat Xavier Cugat Soundtrack, 2046 Born in Spain, Xavier Cugat's family moved to Havana, Cuba, when he was three. Always musically inclined, he packed up and moved to Los Angeles, where he worked as a cartoonist for the Los Angeles Times newspaper during the day and labored to put together a band at night. After a few years of playing smaller clubs in the L.A...
12. William Bramley William Bramley Actor, West Side Story
13. Rod Roddy Rod Roddy Self, The Price Is Right 25th Anniversary Special
14. August Coppola August Coppola Thanks, The Sorcerer's Apprentice
15. Lew Parker Lew Parker Actor, Christmas and the Hard-Luck Kid
16. Frank De Vol Frank De Vol Music Department, Kiss Me Deadly Frank DeVol was born to Herman Frank DeVol and Minnie Emma Humphreys DeVol in Moundsville, West Virginia, on September 20, 1911. He grew up in Canton, Ohio. His father had a "pit" orchestra at the local movie house, and his mother had a sewing shop in Canton. His father was also an accountant. Frank De Vol graduated from McKinley High School in 1929...
17. Denise Borino-Quinn Denise Borino-Quinn Actress, Mr. & Mrs. John Sacrimoni Request
18. Moira Lister Moira Lister Actress, Trouble in Store Moira Lister started her career on the stage in South Africa. She appeared on the London stage at the age of 14 and started working in films in 1943. Always popular, she was usually cast as 'posh' lady.
19. Satyendra Kapoor Satyendra Kapoor Actor, Sholay
20. Roy Stewart Roy Stewart Actor, Live and Let Die
21. Rudolph Maté Rudolph Maté Cinematographer, Gilda One of the most respected cinematographers in the industry, Polish-born Rudolph Mate entered the film business after his graduation from the University of Budapest. He worked in Hungary as an assistant cameraman for Alexander Korda and later worked throughout Europe with noted cameraman Karl Freund...
22. James M. Cain James M. Cain Writer, Double Indemnity James M. Cain was a 'Film Noir' author. His father was a professor, and president, of 'Washington College'. His mother was an opera singer in Maryland. James graduated from the same college in 1910, and became a writer for 'Baltimore American', then 'Baltimore Sun' [still being published] by 1914. He was drafted in 1916...
23. Glen Vernon Glen Vernon Actor, Bedlam
24. Marshall Neilan Marshall Neilan Actor, Daddy-Long-Legs In the early days of silent pictures, Marshall Neilan was a top director for Goldwyn Pictures. He had also directed a small number of Louis B. Mayer's independently produced melodramas, but there was a mutual dislike between the two men. During the festivities inaugurating the merger of Metro and Goldwyn Pictures on April 26...
25. Rosamund John Rosamund John Actress, Spitfire A leading British stage and screen actress Rosamund John is remembered with affection for her roles in film classics such as The Way to the Stars, Green For Danger and The Tawny Pipit. Born in 1913 she grew up in Tottenham, London and studied at the Embassy School of Acting. She made her film debut...
26. Ruth Brennan Ruth Brennan Actress, Lucky Thirteen
27. Dave Borthwick Dave Borthwick Director, The Secret Adventures of Tom Thumb
28. Bert Howard Bert Howard Actor, It's a Wonderful Life
29. Wally Patch Wally Patch Actor, Pygmalion
30. Roger McGee Roger McGee Actor, Forbidden Planet
31. William Kerwin William Kerwin Actor, Blood Feast Though character actor William Kerwin may be better known for Herschell Gordon Lewis horror movies. He has enjoyed a major stage, film and TV career. At a young age, William was trained on the stage and appeared in several plays and Broadway shows. During his acting career he has worked a lot on the stage with his wife Connie Mason...
32. Sophie Tatischeff Sophie Tatischeff Editor, Jour de Fete
33. John Warburton John Warburton Actor, Saratoga Trunk
34. Göran Stangertz Göran Stangertz Actor, Run for Your Life
35. T. Max Graham T. Max Graham Actor, Eraserhead T Max Graham's broad range and distinctive voice have served him well over the years. His motion picture career began with David Lynch's cult classic Eraserhead and has continued through director Kevin Willmott's upcoming independent feature Bunker Hill, in which Max appears alongside James McDaniel (NYPD Blue) and Saeed Jaffrey (Gandhi)...
36. Klári Tolnay Klári Tolnay Actress, Pacsirta
37. Paul Frankeur Paul Frankeur Actor, The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie
38. Ray Ellis Ray Ellis Composer, Eight Crazy Nights Conductor, composer, arranger, saxophonist, clarinetist and record producer Ray Ellis has arranged for a dozen million-selling records. A student of the saxophone from age twelve, he learned all the reed instruments by age fifteen. By sixteen he began working with name bands, and joined the US Army during World War II during which he arranged for the Army Band at Fort Knox...
39. James E. Wall James E. Wall Actor, Banner of Innocence
40. Tarun Kumar Tarun Kumar Actor, O Ke?
41. Luigi Magni Luigi Magni Writer, State buoni... se potete
42. Eric Maschwitz Eric Maschwitz Soundtrack, Empire of the Sun
43. Rafael Banquells Rafael Banquells Actor, Gutierritos Born in Cuba because his parents were on tour, fought against Franco in Spanish civil war, escaped to France when France was captured, escaped to Mexico where he became an actor. When MGM studios became interested in him he came to Los Angeles where he became married to Blanca de Castejon. They came back to Mexico where he divorced Blanca...
44. Christine Gossett Christine Gossett Actress, Ramona Born Christine Mae in Chickasha, Oklahoma, to Tip and Orrie Gossett and the last surviving and youngest of three children. She had two brothers, William Thomas Gossett of Birmingham, MI and Wayne I. Gossett of Rancho Santa Fe, California. Mr. and Mrs. Gossett owned and operated hotels in Oklahoma and then in Salt Lake City...
45. Charles Knapp Charles Knapp Actor, Chinatown
46. Robert W. Castle Robert W. Castle Actor, Sleepers
47. Bob Vosse Bob Vosse Director, Debbie Duz Dishes
48. Damien Michaels Damien Michaels Actor, Love Games
49. Stephanie Tyrell Stephanie Tyrell Soundtrack, Mystic Pizza Stephanie was an accomplished songwriter and record producer, who won a Cable Ace Award and was an Emmy Nominee. Her Song "How Do You Talk to an Angel" reached number on in Bilboards Hot 100 in 1992. She produced two of her husbands albums while fighting the disease that ultimately killed her.
50. Richard Beauchamp Richard Beauchamp Actor, The Killing of Randy Webster
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