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1. Harry Morgan Harry Morgan Actor, High Noon Harry Morgan was a prolific character actor who starred in over 100 films and was a stage performer. Known to a younger generation of fans as "Col. Sherman T. Potter" on M*A*S*H. Also known for his commanding personality throughout his career, he tackled movies and television in a way no other actor would do it...
2. Joan Bennett Joan Bennett Actress, Father's Little Dividend Eighteen-year-old Joan Bennett had intended to avoid the Bennett tradition of acting but, divorced and with a child to support, had little choice; she accepted a role in her father's play "Jarnegan", then her first leading film role in Bulldog Drummond. Her popularity growing, she made 14 films under a Fox contract...
3. Ken Weatherwax Ken Weatherwax Actor, The Addams Family
4. Christopher Connelly Christopher Connelly Actor, Manhattan Baby
5. Eddie Rouse Eddie Rouse Actor, Pandorum
6. Eric Portman Eric Portman Actor, 49th Parallel With his clipped delivery, aristocratic if somewhat ominous manner and suave, urbane demeanor, Eric Portman was so good at playing German and/or Nazi officers that many believed he actually was German, or at least Austrian. The fact is that he was British to the core, having been born and raised in Yorkshire and educated in Halifax...
7. I. Stanford Jolley I. Stanford Jolley Actor, The Haunted Palace Pencil-mustachioed supporting actor in "B" westerns, sometimes portraying a rank, traildust-covered outlaw but more often a more conniving, genteel, cheroot-puffing sort of crook in silk-damask weskit.
8. Adrian Biddle Adrian Biddle Cinematographer, V for Vendetta
9. Hardie Albright Hardie Albright Actor, The Pride of the Yankees Hardie Albright's parents had a traveling vaudeville act, in which he made his stage debut at the age of six. He studied drama at Carnegie Tech and was a member of Eva Le Gallienne's repertory theater. He appeared in many Broadway plays before making his film debut in 1931. Appearing in over 50 films...
10. John Carlisle John Carlisle Actor, The Bunker
11. Will Lee Will Lee Actor, As the World Turns
12. Jeanne Cagney Jeanne Cagney Actress, Yankee Doodle Dandy
13. Dorothy Jordan Dorothy Jordan Actress, The Searchers Brunette Dorothy Jordan was a graduate of Southwestern University and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Trained as a ballerina, she first graced the stage as a chorus girl in top flight musicals, like "Funny Face" (1927), with Fred Astaire, and "Treasure Girl" (1928), with Gertrude Lawrence and Clifton Webb...
14. Phillip Reed Phillip Reed Actor, Song of the Thin Man
15. Elga Andersen Elga Andersen Actress, Elevator to the Gallows
16. Kathleen Harrison Kathleen Harrison Actress, A Christmas Carol Although British actress Kathleen Harrison was born in 1892 in the Lancashire town of Blackburn, she was fondly known for her cockney characters throughout her career. Trained for the stage at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art she first married and lived overseas in Argentina for nearly eight years...
17. Pauline Moore Pauline Moore Actress, Young Mr. Lincoln Pauline began as a model, appearing on the covers of magazines such as Cosmopolitan, McCall's and Ladies Home Journal. She was married to Jefferson Machamer, a cartoonist, from 1934 until his death in 1960. In 1962, she married minister Dodd Watkins, who died in 1972. She has three children: Wendy, Tom, and Laurie.
18. Gail Bonney Gail Bonney Actress, The Amateur Hour
19. Gus Mercurio Gus Mercurio Actor, The Blue Lagoon Well known American born character actor, he was a former professional boxer and arrived in Australia as a qualified referee. His raspy voice, energetic personality and natural talents quickly came to the attention of Australian TV production houses. Mercurio appeared in several Australian period style TV shows including _Tandarra(1976)_...
20. Édouard Molinaro Édouard Molinaro Director, La Cage aux Folles
21. Tom Seidel Tom Seidel Actor, False Colors
22. Charlie Hall Charlie Hall Actor, Tit for Tat Born in Birmingham, England, Charlie Hall was a member of the famed Fred Karno vaudeville troupe, which gave the world Charles Chaplin and Stan Laurel. Hall arrived in the U.S. in the early 1920s, after Chaplin and Laurel, and entered films playing a foil for many of the era's top comics. He is best remembered...
23. Mark Ritts Mark Ritts Actor, Noises at Night, Beakmania & the Nose
24. Harald Maresch Harald Maresch Actor, Body in the Web
25. Laurette Taylor Laurette Taylor Actress, Peg o' My Heart
26. Nat Hiken Nat Hiken Writer, Sgt. Bilko An author, producer and songwriter. His chief musical collaborators were George Bassman, Gordon Jenkins, and Dick Stutz. He composed "Close To Me"; "Irving"; and "Fugitive From Fifth Avenue".
27. Hugh Williams Hugh Williams Actor, Wuthering Heights Hugh Williams was a successful actor and dramatist. He collaborated with his second wife Margaret Vyner on several plays, such as "The Grass is Greener". His sons include the actor Simon Williams and the poet Hugo Williams and his grandchildren include the actors Tam Williams, Amy Williams and Kate Dunn...
28. Hal Taggart Hal Taggart Actor, Marihuana
29. John Addison John Addison Music Department, Sleuth
30. Raúl Vale Raúl Vale Actor, La risa trabajando
31. Maurice Argent Maurice Argent Actor, Dirty Harry
32. Ali Hatami Ali Hatami Director, Mother Abbas Ali Hatami was born in Tehran, Iran in 1944. He graduated from the College of Dramatic Arts and began his professional career as a writer of short TV screenplays and also as a playwright. Among his plays are: The Demon and the Bald Hassan, Adam and Eve, The Fisherman's Story, City of Oranges, Talisman and Silk...
33. Hal Dyer Hal Dyer Actress, Holiday on the Buses
34. William Edmunds William Edmunds Actor, It's a Wonderful Life Despite his Anglicized name, Edmunds was usually cast as dark or Latin types: Spaniards, Mexicans, Frenchmen, Gypsies, Arabs, Polynesians, and other exotic nationalities and functioned as a sort of poor-man's 'J. Carroll Naish'. Born in Italy in 1891, Edmunds is especially remembered for his Italian roles: A Bell for Adano, The Lost Moment, and, most notably, Mr. Martini in It's a Wonderful Life.
35. Greg McClure Greg McClure Actor, Thunder in the Pines He fit the "tall, dark and handsome" Hollywood prototype beautifully and while the solidly built Greg McClure made a robust dent in Hollywood films after a "Cinderella Man" breakthrough toward the end of WWII, his name would be quickly forgotten following his early retirement. He was born Dale D'Orr on April 5...
36. Thornton Wilder Thornton Wilder Writer, Shadow of a Doubt Thornton Niven Wilder was the second of five children in the family of a newspaper editor and a U.S. diplomat, Amos Parker Wilder, and Isabella Niven Wilder. He spent part of his childhood with his father, who was a Consul General in Hong Kong and China between 1906 and 1914. Wilder finished high school in California...
37. Spo-De-Odee Spo-De-Odee Soundtrack, The Mask
38. Alan Bridges Alan Bridges Director, The Shooting Party
39. Peter Brayham Peter Brayham Stunts, Bridget Jones's Diary
40. Darby Crash Darby Crash Soundtrack, Cruising
41. Michael Craze Michael Craze Actor, The Faceless Ones: Episode 1 Michael Craze was born on 29 November 1942 in Cornwall and got into acting quite by chance as, at the age of twelve, he discovered through Boy Scout Gang Shows that he had a perfect boy soprano voice. This led him to win parts in "The King and I" and "Plain and Fancy", both at Drury Lane, and "Damn Yankees" at the Coliseum...
42. Robert Samuels Robert Samuels Camera and Electrical Department, Beverly Hills Cop II
43. Cody Curtis Cody Curtis Self, How to Die in Oregon A longtime resident of Portland, Oregon. Raised in Idaho and attended the University of Idaho. Graduate of The Harvard School of Business. Administrator at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge and the Bio-Informatics Center, Portland. Her community interests included restoring her historic home...
44. Gene Stratton-Porter Gene Stratton-Porter Writer, A Girl of the Limberlost Born the daughter of a Methodist minister, Gene was the youngest of 12 children. Gene got her start when she sent bird and animal photographs to "Recreation" magazine. The magazine was so impressed, they asked her to write for them. She also wrote for "Outing" magazine. At this point, she turned to writing fiction.
45. Frankie Fanelli Frankie Fanelli Soundtrack, Rome Adventure
46. Leo Garen Leo Garen Writer, Band of the Hand
47. Joseph Farrell Joseph Farrell Producer, Mannequin Joseph Farrell was founder and chairman of NRG (National Research Group), the market planning and research firm which serviced all of the film studios and major producers in Hollywood for 25 years until 2003, when he and partner Catherine Paura sold the business to Nielsen Media and started Farrell Paura Productions...
48. Elizabeth Edwards Elizabeth Edwards Self, John and Elizabeth Edwards/The Network/Prisoner 05A4820
49. Arthur Lange Arthur Lange Music Department, The Great Ziegfeld Composer, songwriter, author, arranger and conductor Arthur Lange was educated in private music study and later became an arranger for Broadway musicals and dance orchestras. In 1929, he became the head of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer music department, and assumed similar duties at other film studios. Between 1947 and 1956 he conducted the Santa Monica Civic Symphony...
50. Arna-Maria Winchester Arna-Maria Winchester Actress, The Chain Reaction
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