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1. Eleanor Parker Eleanor Parker Actress, The Sound of Music Eleanor Jean Parker was born on June 26, 1922, in Cedarville, Ohio, the last of three children born to a mathematics teacher and his wife. Eleanor caught the acting bug early and began performing in school plays. She was was so serious about becoming a thespian, she attended the Rice Summer Theatre on Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts beginning when she was 15 years old...
2. Vincent Gardenia Vincent Gardenia Actor, Moonstruck
3. Gene Barry Gene Barry Actor, War of the Worlds With effortless class and elegant charm, Gene Barry took 50s and 60s TV by storm after a rather lackluster start on the musical stage and in films. Born Eugene Klass in New York City on June 14, 1919, the son of Martin, an amateur violinist, and Eva Klass, an amateur singer, he showed a gift at an early age as a violin virtuoso during adolescence (obviously inherited from his father)...
4. Vivian Blaine Vivian Blaine Actress, Guys and Dolls Ms. Blaine is most noted for having portrayed Miss Adelaide, the long-suffering, perpetually engaged chorus girl, in the Broadway and film versions of Guys and Dolls. She originated the role in 1950 on Broadway and stopped the show each night with her rendition of "Adelaide's Lament," in which she complains about having a bad cold because of her long engagement to gambler Nathan Detroit...
5. Mike Mazurki Mike Mazurki Actor, Some Like It Hot With an intimidating face like craggy granite and a towering 6'5" solid frame, Mike Mazurki (born Mikhail Mazurski) was one of cinema's first serial thugs and specialized in playing strongarm men, gangsters and bullies for over 50 years on screen. Nearly always portrayed as a lowbrow muscle, in real life Mazurski was highly intelligent...
6. Jenni Rivera Jenni Rivera Self, Teletón XIV Jenny Dolores Rivera Saavedra (July 2, 1969 - December 9, 2012), better known as Jenni Rivera, was a Mexican-American singer known for her work within the banda and norteña music genres. She began recording in 1992, and her recordings often have themes of social issues, infidelity, and relationships...
7. Brent Chalem Brent Chalem Actor, The Monster Squad A native of Westlake Village, Los Angeles, he was a popular child actor in the '80s, although he only had very small roles in nearly all but two of the movies he appeared in. He can be seen playing the (almost) central character "Horace" or "Fat Kid" in The Monster Squad. He appeared in TV roles such as Quantum Leap and Dance Til Dawn in 1988 and 1989...
8. William A. Wellman William A. Wellman Director, A Star Is Born William Wellman, the Oscar-winning screenwriter-director of the original A Star Is Born, was called "Wild Bill" during his World War I service as an aviator, a nickname that persisted in Hollywood due to his larger-than-life personality and lifestyle. A leap-year baby born in 1896 on the 29th of February in Brookline...
9. Joey Forman Joey Forman Actor, The Amazing Harry Hoo
10. Laird Cregar Laird Cregar Actor, This Gun for Hire Seemingly suave, cultivated actor by nature, definitely huge in both talent and girth, and capable of playing much older than he was, Hollywood tragically lost Laird Cregar of early 40s films before it could fully comprehend on how to best utilize his obvious gifts. He was born Samuel Laird Cregar in a well-to-do section of Philadelphia...
11. Lea De Mae Lea De Mae Actress, Loaded
12. Henny Backus Henny Backus Actress, The Great Man
13. Louella Parsons Louella Parsons Self, Screen Snapshots Series 25, No. 1: 25th Anniversary Smarmy-tongued Hollywood gossip columnist of the 40s and 50s who was often in imbroglios with not only her subjects but her professional rivals as well.
14. Franco Franchi Franco Franchi Actor, Ku Fu? Dalla Sicilia con furore With to Totò and Peppino De Filippo, Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia has been the best couple of the Italian comic cinema. Both sicilian, of Palermo, began on the roads of sicilian city, in the tradition of the ballad singer and the actors of the Comedy of the Art. Scenes, imitations, witticism...
15. Tim Albrecht Tim Albrecht Miscellaneous Crew, Camp
16. James Neilson James Neilson Director, Night Passage
17. Archie Moore Archie Moore Actor, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Light-heavyweight prizefighter; World Champion in his weight class (175-pound limit) from 1952 to 1960.
18. Arthur Kardashian Arthur Kardashian Self, Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event - Part 2
19. Barbara Mitchell Barbara Mitchell Actress, Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Bear?
20. George Cooper George Cooper Actor, Lilac Time
21. Patrick Wright Patrick Wright Actor, Track of the Moon Beast Patrick M. Wright was a gruff, burly and intimidating constant presence in an alarmingly large volume of delightfully down'n'dirty drive-in exploitation pictures made in the 70s. Patrick was born on November 28, 1939 in San Francisco, California. Stocky and strong-looking, with a thick mustache, a mass of curly brown hair...
22. Branch Rickey Branch Rickey Self, Baseball's Changing Profile
23. George Carney George Carney Actor, 'I Know Where I'm Going!'
24. Bill Chadney Bill Chadney Actor, The Kill
25. Fulton J. Sheen Fulton J. Sheen Self, Life Is Worth Living
26. Tito Junco Tito Junco Actor, The Exterminating Angel
27. Russell Wade Russell Wade Actor, The Body Snatcher
28. Kees Brusse Kees Brusse Actor, Ciske de Rat
29. Robert Manuel Robert Manuel Actor, Rififi Robert Manuel was a long-time member of The Comédie-Française. He got his first part on stage in 1933 in Gabriel Pierné's "Fragonard" at the early age of eighteen, which allowed him to celebrate - as of October 1983 - the fiftieth anniversary of his debut. At the time he was playing Liberio Bocca,a fanciful old man...
30. Tamara Geva Tamara Geva Actress, Manhattan Merry-Go-Round
31. Patrick Moore Patrick Moore Self, Time Lord
32. R.G. Springsteen R.G. Springsteen Director, Singing Guns
33. Douglas Corrigan Douglas Corrigan Actor, The Flying Irishman Douglas Corrigan became internationally famous when in 1938 he set out for a flight in his second-hand plane from New York to California and instead wound up in Ireland, earning himself the nickname he would carry for the rest of his life: "Wrong Way" Corrigan. Flying in a 1929 Curtiss Robin monoplane...
34. Fred Jackman Jr. Fred Jackman Jr. Cinematographer, Earth vs. the Flying Saucers
35. Robert Sheckley Robert Sheckley Writer, Freejack
36. Lottie Pickford Lottie Pickford Actress, The Affair of an Egg
37. Benny Lee Benny Lee Actor, Mahler
38. Lynette Bernay Lynette Bernay Costume and Wardrobe Department, Up in the Air
39. Marcello Pagliero Marcello Pagliero Writer, Paisan
40. David Rounds David Rounds Actor, Love of Life
41. Georgia Gibbs Georgia Gibbs Self, The Georgia Gibbs Show
42. Poodles Hanneford Poodles Hanneford Actor, Circus Daze
43. Wing Foo Wing Foo Actor, China's Little Devils
44. John Kelly John Kelly Actor, Bringing Up Baby
45. Jane Ball Jane Ball Actress, The Keys of the Kingdom
46. Norman D. Wilson Norman D. Wilson Actor, Lethal Weapon 3
47. Patty Keene Patty Keene Actress, Xanadu
48. Frank Gruber Frank Gruber Writer, Terror by Night Frank Gruber, one of the "kings of pulp fiction", was born in Elmer, Minnesota. After serving a stint in the army, he took on various writing jobs, including trade journal editor and correspondence school teacher. During the early 1930s he got his break writing "quickie" detective stories for what were known as the "pulps"...
49. Myra Taylor Myra Taylor Actress, Suspect Myra's family moved when she a child to Kansas City, Missouri. At age 14, she got her start as a dancer then as a singer in the area of 12th and Vine and later 18th and Vine. In 1937 she moved to Chicago but returned to Kansas City in 1940 where she joined Harlan Leonard's band. After a lengthy NY engagement at Harlem's Golden Gate Ballroom...
50. James Moody James Moody Self, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil A graduate of East Side High School in Newark, New Jersey, James Moody took up the alto saxophone at the age of sixteen, and after serving in the U.S. Air Force Band, he joined Dizzy Gillespie and was associated with him and with Milt Jackson throughout the '40's; at the end of the decade he moved to Sweden where he became known for his "Moody's Mood for Love"...
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