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1. Robert Altman Robert Altman Director, Gosford Park Robert Altman was born on February 20th, 1925 in Kansas City, Missouri, to B.C. (an insurance salesman) and Helen Altman. He entered St. Peters Catholic school at the age six, and spent a short time at a Catholic high school. From there, he went to Rockhurst High School. It was then that he started exploring the art of exploring sound with the cheap tape recorders available at the time...
2. June Vincent June Vincent Actress, Black Angel Blond-haired leading lady in low-budget Hollywood fare of the 40's.
3. Marcel Dalio Marcel Dalio Actor, Sabrina Sunday, November the 20th is the anniversary of Marcel Dalio's death in 1983. It was the end of a serendipitous life. You know him. He was a citizen of the world. Born Israel Moshe Blauschild, in Paris, in 1900, he became a much sought-after character actor. His lovely animated face with its great expressive eyes became familiar across Europe...
4. Nora Denney Nora Denney Actress, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
5. Lynn Bari Lynn Bari Actress, Shock A curvaceous, dark-haired WWII pin-up beauty (aka "The Woo Woo Girl" and "The Girl with the Million Dollar Figure"), "B" film star Lynn Bari had the requisite looks and talent but few of the lucky breaks needed to penetrate the "A" rankings during her extensive Hollywood career. Nevertheless, some worthy performances of hers stand out in late-night viewings...
6. Emile Ardolino Emile Ardolino Director, Dirty Dancing
7. Robert Addie Robert Addie Actor, Excalibur Having left Marlborough College early, Robert went to London to follow up his ambition of becoming an actor by auditioning for and joining the National Youth Theatre. He then moved into film and television work. He went to R.A.D.A. for a year. His hobbies were polo and gardening.
8. Jim Siedow Jim Siedow Actor, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Jim Siedow was a marvelously quirky and distinctive character actor who achieved instant cult favorite status with his terrific portrayal of the weary and irascible the Cook in Tobe Hooper's immortal and outstanding horror classic "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." Siedow was born on June 12th, 1920 in Cheyenne...
9. Richard Loo Richard Loo Actor, The Man with the Golden Gun One of the most familiar Asian character actors in American films of the 1930s and 1940s, Richard Loo was most often stereotyped as the Japanese enemy flier, spy or interrogator during the Second World War. Chinese by ancestry and Hawaiian by birth, Loo spent his youth in Hawaii, then moved to California as a teenager...
10. Leo Tolstoy Leo Tolstoy Writer, Anna Karenina Count Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoy was born on September 9, 1828, in his ancestral estate Yasnaya Polyana, South of Moscow, Russia. He was the fourth of five children in a wealthy family of Russian landed Gentry. His parents died when he was a child, and he was brought up by his elder brothers and relatives...
11. Dan Gerrity Dan Gerrity Actor, The Spirit Both an actor and writer, Gerrity is a proud recipient of multiple Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle and LA Weekly Awards for his many stage appearances, most notably "Melody Jones: A Striptease in Two Acts" which he co-wrote with Jeremy Lawrence. He has appeared both on and off B'way and in regional theaters around the US...
12. Scott Newman Scott Newman Actor, The Towering Inferno
13. Frank Moorey Frank Moorey Actor, Love Actually
14. Allan Sherman Allan Sherman Self, Episode #1.2
15. Pablo Olivares Pablo Olivares Writer, Campeones
16. Kevin McClory Kevin McClory Producer, Thunderball
17. Anna Keaveney Anna Keaveney Actress, Vera Drake
18. Robert Alan Aurthur Robert Alan Aurthur Writer, Grand Prix
19. Russell Garcia Russell Garcia Composer, The Time Machine Bandleader, conductor, trumpeter, composer, arranger and songwriter, educated at San Francisco State Teachers College and in private music study with Edmund Ross, Ernst Toch, Albert Coates, Ernst Krenek and Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco. He was a trumpeter in dance bands and composed, conducted and arranged for record companies and for NBC...
20. Slavko Simic Slavko Simic Actor, Paviljon VI
21. John Foreman John Foreman Producer, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
22. Peggy Feury Peggy Feury Actress, All of Me The late Peggy Feury was born June 20, 1924 in Jersey City, New Jersey. She was a graduate of Banard College, and attended Yale Drama School and the Neighborhood Playhouse. Peggy was a charter member of the Actors Studio in New York, and set up the Actors Studio West and the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute on the West Coast, where she was a teacher and artistic director.
23. Cathy Lewis Cathy Lewis Actress, The Devil at 4 O'Clock
24. Stanislava Pesic Stanislava Pesic Actress, We Are Not Angels
25. Shelagh Delaney Shelagh Delaney Writer, A Taste of Honey
26. Dieter Hildebrandt Dieter Hildebrandt Self, Der Rhein-Main-Donau-Kanal
27. Robert Palmer Robert Palmer Self, Deep Blues
28. Ennio Flaiano Ennio Flaiano Writer,
29. Sylvia Lopez Sylvia Lopez Actress, Ercole e la regina di Lidia
30. John Lucarotti John Lucarotti Writer, The Temple of Evil
31. Peggy Chantler Dick Peggy Chantler Dick Writer, A Brand New Life
32. Dorothy Morris Dorothy Morris Actress, Seconds This young, pleasant actress was under contract to MGM during the war years. Dorothy Morris was groomed by the studio starting in 1941 and for the first couple of years barely earned a screen credit. She rose gradually in the ranks to secondary ingenue roles as the daughter or friend of the star. She was pretty...
33. Mary Servoss Mary Servoss Actress, So Proudly We Hail!
34. Francisco Franco Francisco Franco Self, Franco: ese hombre Francisco Paulino Hermenegildo Teoula Franco y Bahamonde was born on December 4, 1892, in Ferrol, Spain. He entered the Spanish Military Academy in 1907 and upon graduation three years later was commissioned as a lieutenant. His career path seemed assured after he was detailed to the colony of Spanish Morocco to fight against the Berber tribes and acquitted himself well...
35. Michael Darbyshire Michael Darbyshire Actor, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
36. Patrick Bedford Patrick Bedford Actor, Up the Down Staircase
37. Jimmy Heung Jimmy Heung Miscellaneous Crew, God of Gamblers
38. Marc Reshovsky Marc Reshovsky Cinematographer, Set It Off
39. Heinz Weiss Heinz Weiss Actor, The Great Escape
40. Chris Hayward Chris Hayward Writer, Mockingbird Lane Writer, author, songwriter, singer and composer, educated in high school. He arranged for dance orchestras and for recordings. He was a singer on radio and recordings, and a television writer.
41. Lars Brandeby Lars Brandeby Actor, Kurt Olsson - filmen om mitt liv som mej själv After being expelled from high-school he worked for a few years in the sanitation business. In the evenings he studied to become a journalist. Working on Radio Sjuhärad he came in touch with Nationalteatern in Gothenburg and began a new career as an actor. Around 1980 he created the grumpy and bossy character Kurt Olsson for a radio show...
42. Donald Hamilton Donald Hamilton Writer, The Big Country Born in Swede, the son of a Swedish count (who renounced his title when he emigrated to the U.S.) Donald Hamilton graduated from the University of Chicago and served in the Navy during the second World War. He has published 27 novels in the Matt Helm Series, from 1960-1992, as well as several other novels and magazine articles...
43. Rosa Turich Rosa Turich Actress, Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter
44. Queen Alexandra Queen Alexandra Self, Queen Alexandra's Arrival to Toldboden Queen Alexandra was born Princess Alexandra Caroline Mary Charlotte Louisa Julia on December 1, 1844. She was the granddaughter of the king of Denmark. She lived an uneventful childhood in the palaces of Denmark with her sister, Marie, who became the mother of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. When Alex, as she was called...
45. Bruce Talkington Bruce Talkington Writer, DuckTales: Treasure of the Golden Suns
46. Philip DeGuard Philip DeGuard Animation Department, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
47. Victor Henry Victor Henry Actor, All Neat in Black Stockings
48. Sylvia Browne Sylvia Browne Self, Episode #1.8549
49. Viola Lawrence Viola Lawrence Editor, In a Lonely Place Regarded as Hollywood's first lady film cutter, Viola Lawrence began her career holding title cards for the Brooklyn-based film company Vitagraph. In 1911, she earned a meager $5 as a messenger. But she persisted in the business and worked her way up to edit her first film in 1912. Five years later...
50. John Pepper John Pepper Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Ghostbusters
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