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1. Lionel Barrymore Lionel Barrymore Actor, It's a Wonderful Life Famed actor, composer, artist, author and director. His talents extended to the authoring of the novel "Mr. Cartonwine: A Moral Tale" as well as his autobiography. In 1944, he joined ASCAP, and composed "Russian Dances", "Partita", "Ballet Viennois", "The Woodman and the Elves", "Behind the Horizon"...
2. Tyrone Power Tyrone Power Actor, Witness for the Prosecution One of the great romantic swashbuckling stars of the mid-twentieth century, and the third Tyrone Power of four in a famed acting dynasty reaching back to the eighteenth century. His great-grandfather was the first Tyrone Power (1795-1841), a famed Irish comedian. His father, known to historians as Tyrone Power Sr....
3. Jean Gabin Jean Gabin Actor, The Grand Illusion Jean-Alexis Moncorge started his career with 15 years at the theatre and debuted at the "Moulin Rouge" in Paris in 1929. Despite of his rude aspect he knew to be the gentleman of the French cinema in the time between the two World Wars. One of his most popular personalities was inspector Maigret. But he was also able to play all other kind of people: aristocrats...
4. Dennis Cole Dennis Cole Actor, The Young and the Restless A virile, beefcake blond of the late 1960s and 1970s small screen, Dennis Cole certainly had it all going for him, but tragic circumstances prevented an all-out successful career. A rugged TV version of Robert Redford, his tan, chiseled, surfer-fit looks were ideally suited for crime action and adventure stories and he gained ground by appearing everywhere -- daytime soaps...
5. John Le Mesurier John Le Mesurier Actor, The Pink Panther The son of a solicitor, British character actor John Le Mesurier attended public school in Dorset, England, before embarking on a career in law. However, acting was his true calling, and at age 20, with his parents' approval, he began his acting career by studying drama at the Fay Compton School of Acting...
6. Coen van Vrijberghe de Coningh Coen van Vrijberghe de Coningh Actor, Flodder 3
7. Konstantin Shayne Konstantin Shayne Actor, Vertigo The brother of actress Tamara Shayne, he was to join the Moscow Arts Theatre, but World War I intervened, and then he fought with General Wrangell and the White Armies. Although he received few significant roles, he was outstanding in None But the Lonely Heart as Ike Weber and in The Stranger as Gen. Meinike...
8. Jocelyn Quivrin Jocelyn Quivrin Actor, Syriana
9. Sheila Allen Sheila Allen Actress, The Towering Inferno
10. Karl 'Karchy' Kosiczky Karl 'Karchy' Kosiczky Actor, The Terror of Tiny Town Karl Slover was 21 years old when he auditioned for the "Wizard Of Oz" movie, and in the process met the other 123 little people with whom he worked through a grueling two month production schedule. "Standing four feet four inches tall, I was the smallest Munchkin," recalls Karl. "I couldn't even reach...
11. Mona Washbourne Mona Washbourne Actress, My Fair Lady Beloved round and roly-poly British character player Mona Washbourne was a natural symbol for the working-class as much of her early career was in playing midwives, barmaids, nannies, landladies and factory workers. Born November 27, 1903, in Birmingham, England, the daughter of Arthur Edmund Washbourne and his wife Kate (Robinson)...
12. Evelyn Venable Evelyn Venable Actress, Death Takes a Holiday Lovely and ethereal in looks, and quite unassuming in nature, 1930s actress Evelyn Venable was born in 1913 in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she grew up and received her schooling. Both her father, Emerson Venable, and grandfather were writers/teachers. In her high school drama department, Evelyn played the top leads in their productions of "Romeo and Juliet" (Juliet) and "As You Like It" (Rosalind)...
13. Lloyd Bacon Lloyd Bacon Director, 42nd Street One of the workhorses in Warner Brothers' stable of directors in the 1930s, Lloyd Bacon didn't have a career as loaded with classic films as many of his more famous contemporaries. What few "classics" he had his hand in (42nd Street, Footlight Parade) are so overshadowed by the dazzling surrealistic...
14. Dorothy Loudon Dorothy Loudon Self, The Best of Everything Comedienne Dorothy Loudon had the confidence and talent to make anything or anyone around her funny. The veteran singer/entertainer earned the respect of theatergoers long ago with her hilarious, fully played-out characters on the musical stage. She was born in Boston in 1933 and grew up in both Indianapolis and Claremont...
15. Mickey Knox Mickey Knox Actor, The Godfather: Part III
16. Frank Wead Frank Wead Writer, Dive Bomber Frank Wilber "Spig" Wead was a US Navy aviator turned screenwriter who helped promote United States Naval aviation from its inception through World War II. Before and after World War I he was an early proponent of pushing the Navy into air racing and speed competitions. This competition, mainly against the United States Army (and their leader James Doolittle...
17. Ken Ober Ken Ober Producer, That's F**king Historical
18. Elaine Ives-Cameron Elaine Ives-Cameron Actress, The Message
19. Richard Carlyle Richard Carlyle Actor, The Squire of Gothos
20. Troy Melton Troy Melton Stunts, The Deer Hunter
21. Bill Lee Bill Lee Actor, 101 Dalmatians
22. Enid Markey Enid Markey Actress, The Naked City
23. Karla Álvarez Karla Álvarez Actress, Mi querida Isabel
24. Lindsay Bourquin Lindsay Bourquin Actress, Gents Without Cents
25. Dulcie Gray Dulcie Gray Actress, Mine Own Executioner Veteran British actress Dulcie Gray's career is often linked with that of her late actor/husband Michael Denison, with whom she appeared frequently on stage, TV and in films. Dulcie was born in Malaya, where her father was a lawyer and sent her to boarding school in England at quite an early age. Originally interested in dance until the lure of the theatre altered her direction...
26. Douglas Walton Douglas Walton Actor, The Bride of Frankenstein Douglas Walton was from over-the-border Ontario, and like so many Canadian actors the logical course was Chicago and then New York. Being of slight frame and a boyish face with a tuft of blond hair completing that latter effect, Walton looked the part of ineffectual, effeminate, snobbish sophisticates...
27. William Self William Self Production Manager, The Reluctant Stowaway William Self was born June 21, 1921, in Dayton, Ohio. He graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in Political Science in 1943. He worked a year in advertising before beginning a career in acting in 1944. From 1944 to 1952 he acted in over 30 films, one of his largest roles being that of Cpl. Barnes in Howard Hawks' The Thing from Another World...
28. William Haade William Haade Actor, Key Largo
29. Bonnie Holiday Bonnie Holiday Actress, Desires Within Young Girls Bonnie Holiday is a former porno actress who worked during the 1970s. She started out in the porn industry in San Francisco by making "loops", short films shot on 16mm or Super 8 film typically shown in peep shows. She also earned her keep as an exotic dancer. It was while plying her trade as a stripper that she met Annette Haven...
30. Robert Elliott Robert Elliott Actor, Gone with the Wind
31. Saul Chaplin Saul Chaplin Soundtrack, Memoirs of a Geisha Composer, songwriter ("Bei Mir Bist Du Schon," "Until the Real Thing Comes Along," "Anniversary Song"), pianist, conductor, arranger, author and producer, educated at the NYU School of Commerce. As a young man, he joined an orchestra as pianist, and Sammy Cahn was in that orchestra as a violinist...
32. Felipe de Alba Felipe de Alba Actor, Robinson Crusoe
33. Jed Harris Jed Harris Producer, Operation Mad Ball
34. Gene Levitt Gene Levitt Writer, The Quiet Warrior
35. Irene Irene Costume and Wardrobe Department, Meet Me in St. Louis
36. Alice Lake Alice Lake Actress, The Bell Boy
37. Stokely Carmichael Stokely Carmichael Self, Anatomy of Violence
38. David Holt David Holt Actor, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Actor, songwriter ("What Every Girl Should Know"), author and publisher, David Holt was educated at Long's Professional School and the Westlake College of Music in Hollywood. He was a child actor on the stage and in early films, and composed special material. Later he became the general manager and co-owner of a music-publishing company...
39. Henryk Sienkiewicz Henryk Sienkiewicz Writer, Quo Vadis
40. Kate Manx Kate Manx Actress, Private Property
41. Samuel Hopkins Adams Samuel Hopkins Adams Writer, It Happened One Night Journalist, author, biographer and historian Samuel Hopkins Adams was born along the banks of Lake Erie at Dunkirk, NY, on 26 January 1871. His parents were Myron, a ministe3r, and Hester Rose Hopkins Adams, the daughter of a theologian. Adams attended Hamilton College in Clinton, NY, and upon graduation began working as a newspaper reporter and later editor...
42. Karen Berg Karen Berg Actress, Kampen om Næsbygård
43. Karen Kadler Karen Kadler Actress, The Beatniks
44. Jürgen Schmidt Jürgen Schmidt Actor, Grüß Gott, Genosse
45. John Burgess John Burgess Actor, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
46. Jens Jørgen Thorsen Jens Jørgen Thorsen Director, Quiet Days in Clichy
47. Harry C. Browne Harry C. Browne Actor, Closed Doors
48. J.D. Sumner J.D. Sumner Self, Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii
49. Warren Douglas Warren Douglas Actor, The Night of the Grizzly
50. Marjorie Crossland Marjorie Crossland Actress, The Captive City
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