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1. Thomas Mitchell Thomas Mitchell Actor, Gone with the Wind Thomas Mitchell was one of the great American character actors, whose credits read like a list of the greatest films of the 20th century: Lost Horizon; Stagecoach; The Hunchback of Notre Dame; Mr. Smith Goes to Washington; Gone with the Wind; It's a Wonderful Life and High Noon. His portrayals are so diverse and convincing that most people don't even realize that one actor could have played them all...
2. Jennifer Jones Jennifer Jones Actress, The Song of Bernadette One of the world's most underrated Academy Award-winning actresses, Jennifer Jones was born Phylis Lee Isley on 2 March 1919 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to Flora Mae (Suber) and Phillip Ross Isley, who ran a travelling stage show. As a young aspiring actress, she met and fell for young aspiring actor Robert Walker and they soon married...
3. Dana Andrews Dana Andrews Actor, The Best Years of Our Lives American leading man of the 1940s and 1950s. The son of a Baptist minister (and one of 13 children), Andrews studied business administration at Sam Houston State Teachers College in Texas, but took a bookkeeping job with Gulf Oil in 1929 prior to graduating. In 1931 he hitchhiked to California, hoping to get work as an actor...
4. Dan O'Bannon Dan O'Bannon Writer, Alien Dan O'Bannon was inspired at an early age by EC Comics like Tales from the Crypt and old horror films that he saw in St. Louis. He even wrote a few stories for Heavy Metal magazine (which also showed up in the film). O'Bannon got his start when he and John Carpenter collaborated on the cult sci-fi film Dark Star...
5. Janet Margolin Janet Margolin Actress, Annie Hall Pretty, demure-looking Janet Margolin was born in New York City in 1943 and educated at the New York High School of Performing Arts. The long-haired brunette was discovered for films by director Frank Perry as she was making great strides as a teen on Broadway. He saw her in the play "Daughter of Silence," for which she earned a Tony nomination...
6. Alaina Reed-Hall Alaina Reed-Hall Actress, Cruel Intentions
7. Lexie Bigham Lexie Bigham Actor, Se7en
8. James Hazeldine James Hazeldine Actor, Pink Floyd The Wall James Hazeldine was a well-known face both on British Television and on Stage. Best known for his role as Mike "Bayleaf" Wilson in the ITV drama, London's Burning, many real-life firefighters thought Bayleaf was the character who closely and accurately portrayed your average real-life firefighter, a credit to his acting abilities...
9. Roger Torrey Roger Torrey Actor, The Plunderers
10. Paul Greco Paul Greco Actor, The Last Temptation of Christ
11. Nikos Papatakis Nikos Papatakis Writer, Thanos and Despina
12. Rex Allen Rex Allen Actor, Charlotte's Web Rex Allen started out as a singer in vaudeville, and sang on numerous radio shows before hooking up with a traveling rodeo show. He signed with Republic Pictures and became a popular singing cowboy, and was often paired with sidekick Slim Pickens. He starred in his own western TV series, Frontier Doctor and in the 1960s was the narrator on many nature documentaries for Walt Disney.
13. Alan Tilvern Alan Tilvern Actor, Who Framed Roger Rabbit
14. Gérard Blain Gérard Blain Actor, The American Friend
15. Ed Devereaux Ed Devereaux Actor, True Believers
16. Kim Jong-il Kim Jong-il Writer, The Juche Idea
17. Frank Sully Frank Sully Actor, The Grapes of Wrath
18. Jerry Hopper Jerry Hopper Director, The Private War of Major Benson
19. Colin Clark Colin Clark Director, Rembrandt: The Bible
20. Eddie Acuff Eddie Acuff Actor, The Petrified Forest Eddie Acuff is one of those wonderful supporting actors who peopled the fascinating world of Hollywood's A, B or Z movies. In a career spanning eighteen years he appeared in the amazing number of 251 movies and 1 TV episode! His appearances could be invisible (when deleted), hardly visible (he portrayed an endless series of cabbies...
21. Emma Style Emma Style Casting Director, Exam
22. Linda Wong Linda Wong Actress, Easy Alice San Francisco-born Linda Wong was the first Asian to become a star in the adult film industry. She broke into porn in the mid-'70s--one of her pre-porn jobs was as a staffer in the office of famed San Francisco attorney Melvin Belli--and her sultry, exotic and striking looks and full-throttle performances captivated audiences virtually from the beginning...
23. Kyôko Kishida Kyôko Kishida Actress, Woman in the Dunes
24. Mary Ann Jackson Mary Ann Jackson Actress, Pups Is Pups Mary Ann Jackson was born on January 14, 1923. She was one of the earliest child stars of the twenties and thirties. Although she was better known as one of the child performers from the famed "Our Gang" comedies that are still popular today, Mary Ann began her film career at the age of four in 1927's "Smith's Pony." Although she didn't make any full length motion pictures during 1928...
25. Don Draper Don Draper Actor, Caddyshack II
26. Lina Romay Lina Romay Actress, Love Laughs at Andy Hardy Vivacious brunette singer and actress, Lina Romay, was born in New York in January 1919, the daughter of Mexican L.A. consulate attaché Porfirio A. Romay. In her teens, she was adept at swimming and diving. Moreover, she had an excellent voice and could sing equally well in English and in Spanish. Her showbusiness career took off...
27. Frédéric de Pasquale Frédéric de Pasquale Actor, The French Connection
28. Jack Perrin Jack Perrin Actor, Jaws of Justice Jack Perrin was born in Three Rivers, MI, on July 25, 1896. His father, a real estate investor, had an eye on the burgeoning prospects in Los Angeles and moved his family there when Perrin was about four. Jack literally grew up witnessing the birth of the film industry, which exploded there in 1913...
29. Frederick Knott Frederick Knott Writer, Dial M for Murder
30. Grover Washington Jr. Grover Washington Jr. Soundtrack, Four Brothers One of my favorite jazz musicians, Grover Washington Jr. was one of the first to embrace the jazz-funk style. Born in Buffalo, New York, he was given his first saxophone lesson by his father. In the early 1960s he moved to Philadelphia. His most successful album was "Winelight". Released in June 1980...
31. Dorothy L. Sayers Dorothy L. Sayers Writer, Haunted Honeymoon
32. George Meader George Meader Actor, On the Town
33. Hal Pereira Hal Pereira Art Director, Rear Window After graduating from the University of Illinois, Hal Pereira served his apprenticeship as a theatrical designer in his home town Chicago, between 1933 and 1940. In 1942, he moved to Hollywood and signed with Paramount as a unit art director under the tutelage of department head Hans Dreier. He took over Dreier's job of supervising art director upon the latter's retirement in 1950...
34. Don Ellis Don Ellis Music Department, The French Connection
35. Luciano Salce Luciano Salce Director, White Collar Blues
36. Daniel Inouye Daniel Inouye Self, The Ghost Front: December 1944 - March 1945
37. Esko Nikkari Esko Nikkari Actor, The Man Without a Past
38. Irving Allen Irving Allen Producer, Cromwell Irving Allen started his film career in 1929 as an editor. He turned to directing in the 1940s, and two shorts he directed, Forty Boys and a Song and Climbing the Matterhorn, won Academy Awards. His feature film output, however, was not particularly successful, and in the 1950s he and producer Albert R. Broccoli formed Warwick Films in Great Britain to produce films there.
39. Víctor Manuel Castro Víctor Manuel Castro Actor, El rey de las ficheras
40. Don Van Vliet Don Van Vliet Soundtrack, The Big Lebowski
41. James Landis James Landis Writer, The Sadist
42. Helen Wallace Helen Wallace Actress, No Way Out
43. Joe Massengale Joe Massengale Actor, Stir Crazy
44. William Kendis William Kendis Actor, The Fever
45. Albert Cavens Albert Cavens Actor, Cyrano de Bergerac
46. Timmie Rogers Timmie Rogers Self, Episode #3.29
47. Han Hsiang Li Han Hsiang Li Director, The Love Eterne
48. James Cairncross James Cairncross Actor, Tom Jones
49. Kevin Brennan Kevin Brennan Actor, Get Carter
50. Oakley Haldeman Oakley Haldeman Soundtrack, The Nightmare Before Christmas Songwriter ("Here Comes Santa Claus"), composer, author and the general manager for a music publisher. He joined ASCAP in 1949, and his other popular-song compositions include "Brush Those Tears From Your Eyes", "I Wish I Had Never Met Sunshine", "Tho' I Tried", "Pretty Mary", "Texas Polka", "Honey Child", "Vic'try Train", "Last Mile", and "Texans Never Cry".
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