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1. Janet Munro Janet Munro Actress, The Day the Earth Caught Fire As Disney's lively lass Katie O'Gill she was the freshness of spring. She could inspire you to dance a jig through a field of flowers. Her entrancing green eyes and catchy spirit had that kind of life-affirming effect. Cute, spunky, almond-eyed British actress Janet Munro was deemed to be an actress...
2. Don Ameche Don Ameche Actor, Cocoon Ameche was a versatile and popular film actor in the 1930s and '40s, usually as the dapper, mustached leading man. He was also popular as a radio master of ceremonies during this time. As his film popularity waned in the 1950s, he continued working in theater and some TV. His film career surged in a...
3. Frances Bavier Frances Bavier Actress, The Day the Earth Stood Still Frances Bavier was born in New York City on December 14, 1902. Her first Broadway appearance was in April 1925 in "The Poor Nut", the start of a successful Broadway career. She traveled with the USO to entertain the U.S. troops in the Pacific during World War II. Her last appearance on Broadway was in the 1951 play, "Point of No Return" starring Henry Fonda. It ran for 356 performances...
4. Gian Maria Volonté Gian Maria Volonté Actor, For a Few Dollars More Born in Milan in 1933, he studies in Rome at the "National Dramatic Arts Academy" were reaches the degree in 1957. He starts working in teather and television, where he is soon noticed as one of the most promising actors of his generation. After a few short appearance in movies, he reaches notoriety with the character of Ramón Rojo in Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars...
5. Werner Klemperer Werner Klemperer Actor, Judgment at Nuremberg Werner Klemperer, everyone's favorite TV German Air Force colonel, was best known for his role as the bumbling Col. Wilhelm Klink on the comedy series Hogan's Heroes. Although he'll forever be known as the blustering but inept German commandant of Stalag 13, Klemperer was in fact a talented dramatic actor...
6. Hank Worden Hank Worden Actor, The Searchers Raised on a cattle ranch in Montana. Educated at Stanford and the University of Nevada as an engineer. Washed out as an Army pilot. Toured the country in rodeos as a saddle bronc rider. Broke his neck in a horsefall in his 20s, but didn't know it until his 40s. Chosen along with Tex Ritter from a rodeo at Madison Square Garden in New York to appear in the Broadway play "Green Grow the Lilacs"...
7. John Payne John Payne Actor, Miracle on 34th Street Perhaps not so surprisingly, John Payne maintained that his favorite movie of all time was one of his own -- Miracle on 34th Street -- simply because it reflected his own strong and spiritual belief system. It was Payne, in fact, who pressured his studio (20th Century-Fox) to film it while putting up his own money...
8. Michael Zaslow Michael Zaslow Actor, One Life to Live
9. Roy Orbison Roy Orbison Soundtrack, Dumb & Dumber
10. Percy Herbert Percy Herbert Actor, The Bridge on the River Kwai The massive brooding face and nose of British actor Percy Herbert is familiar to movie goers and TV audiences alike. A seemingly unlikely stage discovery by no one less than the great Dame Sybil Thorndike of British theater, Herbert moved into movie roles by the early 1950s. Initially fitting in as a featured cockney character...
11. Timothy Patrick Murphy Timothy Patrick Murphy Actor, Search for Tomorrow
12. Patricia Mattick Patricia Mattick Actress, The Beguiled
13. Rozelle Gayle Rozelle Gayle Actor, Honkytonk Man
14. J. Edward Bromberg J. Edward Bromberg Actor, The Mark of Zorro J. Edward Bromberg was a founding member of the legendary Group Theatre. His appearance being rather short and stocky, Bromberg from the start was known as a character actor who was very respected by his peers. He was primarily a stage actor but in the mid-thirties made his way into film where he further enhanced his reputation as a diverse character actor...
15. Sammy Fain Sammy Fain Soundtrack, Forrest Gump
16. Aleksandar Gavric Aleksandar Gavric Actor, Mars na Drinu
17. Mavis Pugh Mavis Pugh Actress, The Kipper and the Corpse
18. James Dobson James Dobson Actor, Flying Leathernecks
19. Toni Wayne Toni Wayne Self, The Making of 'The Quiet Man'
20. Kate Williamson Kate Williamson Actress, Disclosure
21. Veerendra Veerendra Actor, Balbiro Bhabhi
22. Dobie Gray Dobie Gray Soundtrack, Casino Dobie Gray was born on July 26, 1940, to a family of sharecroppers in Simonton, Texas (some sources cite Brookshire, Texas, as Gray's place of birth, but he claimed on his official website that he hails from Simonton. Moreover, his birth name has been variously cited as either Lawrence Victor Ainsworth or Laurence Darrow Brown)...
23. Casey Robinson Casey Robinson Writer, Now, Voyager
24. Douglas McPhail Douglas McPhail Actor, Babes in Arms Although his career was short-lived, McPhail was fortunate enough to have appeared in some of the finest musicals and operettas of the late 30s. Jeanette MacDonald took an early interest in this handsome baritone, when he performed in the chorus of San Francisco and other of her pictures. The studio signed him on at nineteen as the back-up for Nelson Eddy in The Girl of the Golden West (1938)...
25. Rajni Bala Rajni Bala Actress, Chaahat
26. Barbara Orbison Barbara Orbison Thanks, Mulholland Dr.
27. Rita Macedo Rita Macedo Actress, The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz Rita Macedo was the daughter of novelist Julia Guzmán. She began acting in the 1940s. Macedo was first married to writer 'Carlos Fuentes'; then to producer Luis de Llano and their children are actress/singer/producer Julissa, and TV producer Luis de Llano Macedo. She won the Best Actress Ariel for "Nosotros," an episode of the multi-part film _Tú...
28. Alun Owen Alun Owen Writer, A Hard Day's Night
29. Christine Wodetzky Christine Wodetzky Actress, Du stirbst nicht allein - Ein deutscher Kriegspfarrer in Paris
30. Giancarlo Badessi Giancarlo Badessi Actor, Caligula
31. Arnold Richardson Arnold Richardson Actor, A River Runs Through It
32. Louis Waldon Louis Waldon Actor, Lenz
33. Makoto Satô Makoto Satô Actor, The Hidden Fortress This sly-faced actor joined Toho in 1956, and was shortly playing villains of one type or another, most famously in the nearly dialogue-free role of the elusive gangster in Ishiro Honda's Bijo to Ekitai Ningen (aka The H-Man, 1958). The following year, Toho promoted him to stardom in Kihachi Okamoto's surprise smash hit...
34. Matt Sterling Matt Sterling Director, Tradewinds
35. Daniel Sarky Daniel Sarky Actor, Emmanuelle
36. Gerard Cowhig Gerard Cowhig Actor, Easy Living
37. Petar Lupa Petar Lupa Actor, Who's Singin' Over There?
38. Mark Dailey Mark Dailey Actor, Medabots Studied law enforcement at Youngstown State University. Worked as a police office and became a crime reporter for stations in Ohio and CKLW in Windsor, Ontario before moving to Toronto in 1974. Has worked as a television journalist, announcer and co-anchor at CITY-TV in Toronto. He is also a prostate cancer survivor.
39. Najma Mehboob Najma Mehboob Actress, Naukar Wohti Da
40. Arthur Hambling Arthur Hambling Actor, The Lavender Hill Mob
41. Ed Bryce Ed Bryce Actor, Guiding Light
42. Leadbelly Leadbelly Soundtrack, The Aviator
43. Gérard Lauzier Gérard Lauzier Writer, Asterix and Obelix vs. Caesar
44. Richard Dunlap Richard Dunlap Director, Where the Heart Is
45. Kôsaku Yamashita Kôsaku Yamashita Director, Yogisha
46. Adrienne D'Ambricourt Adrienne D'Ambricourt Actress, Saratoga Trunk
47. William Nolan William Nolan Director, The Woody Woodpecker Show
48. Bina Rai Bina Rai Actress, Taj Mahal
49. Anthony Trollope Anthony Trollope Writer, He Knew He Was Right
50. Eraldo Barbona Eraldo Barbona Camera and Electrical Department, The Passion of the Christ
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