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1. Billie Whitelaw Billie Whitelaw Actress, Hot Fuzz Billie Whitelaw first appeared on the radio aged 11. She made her theatrical debut in 1950 and in films from 1953. She has made a speciality of playing intense, single-purposed women. Also, (on stage), she has appeared in many of the stranger plays by Samuel Beckett.
2. Richard Long Richard Long Actor, House on Haunted Hill Entering films straight out of high school, Richard Long's good looks served him well and got him a contract at Universal Pictures. Making his debut as Claudette Colbert's son in Tomorrow Is Forever, Long played juvenile leads in many Universal productions (he was one of the sons in the "Ma and Pa Kettle" series)...
3. Bob Steele Bob Steele Actor, The Big Sleep American Western star and character actor whose career spanned six decades. The son of director Robert N. Bradbury, he appeared in vaudeville with his parents and with his twin brother Bill Bradbury appeared as a child in a series of 16 semi- documentary short films directed by their father, The Adventures of Bob and Bill...
4. H.B. Warner H.B. Warner Actor, It's a Wonderful Life Henry Byron Warner was the definitive cinematic Jesus Christ in Cecil B. DeMille's The King of Kings. He was born into a prominent theatrical family on October 26, 1875 in London. His father was Charles Warner, and his grandfather was James Warner, both prominent English actors. He replaced J.B. Warner as Jesus in The King of Kings when J.B...
5. F. Scott Fitzgerald F. Scott Fitzgerald Writer, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button "There are no second acts in American lives," wrote F. Scott Fitzgerald, who himself went from being the high priest of the Jazz Age to a down-and-out alcoholic within the space of 20 years, but not before giving the world several literary masterpieces, the most famous of which is "The Great Gatsby" (1924)...
6. Myron Healey Myron Healey Actor, The Incredible Melting Man American actor and occasional screenwriter. One of the most frequently seen heavies in films and television programs of the 1950s, his name is nevertheless well known only to buffs. Occasionally he played minor leads and sympathetic characters, but his stern good looks and rich deep voice made him a memorable villain, particularly in Westerns.
7. Richard Hamilton Richard Hamilton Actor, Men in Black
8. Rod Cameron Rod Cameron Actor, Winnetou and Old Firehand The well-worn phrase "Tall in the saddle" is certainly one easy way of describing (and perhaps pigeon-holing) leathery, wiry-framed 1940s and early 1950s western film star Rod Cameron, although he proved quite capable in crime stories, horrors and even swing-era musicals. The 6'4" Canadian-born actor was born Nathan Roderick Cox on December 7...
9. Ted Healy Ted Healy Actor, San Francisco Ted Healy was was born Charles Lee Nash and grew up a very good friend with Moses "Moe" and Samuel "Shemp" Horwitz (later Moe and Shemp Howard). In the twenties he changed his name to Ted Healy and got Moe, Shemp, and a violinist Larry Feinberg (later Larry Fine) to do vaudeville acts with him as his stooges...
10. Stella Adler Stella Adler Actress, Shadow of the Thin Man Stella Adler was born on February 10, 1901, in New York, the youngest daughter of the Yiddish theater actors, Jacob P. Adler and Sarah Adler, who founded an acting dynasty. In addition to her parents, Stella's family included her siblings Charles Adler, Jay Adler, Julia and Luther Adler...
11. Stuart Erwin Stuart Erwin Actor, Pigskin Parade
12. Ralph Nelson Ralph Nelson Director, Lilies of the Field In 1959, Emmy Award-winning television director Ralph Nelson directed a 90-minute adaptation of Shakespeare's "Hamlet," with John Neville as the Dane, for the DuPont Show of the Month. Nelson himself adapted the 1601 Quatro (the "pirated" version considered corrupt) in order to make a coherent production of a play that uncut...
13. Lois Hall Lois Hall Actress, Gone in Sixty Seconds Lois, was born in a tiny town in Minnesota in 1926, moved with her family to Long Beach, California where she had her first experience with theater as a set designer, stage manager and head electrician, was given a scholarship at the Pasadena Playhouse and became bitten by the "acting bug". In 1957 when she left SoCal and focused on family...
14. Marianne Stone Marianne Stone Actress, Lolita She was one British character player who seemed to show up everywhere on post-war film, stage and TV, although, more times than not, could barely be glimpsed. A most efficient actress, Marianne Stone's career spanned four decades and was primarily enjoyed in bawdy, ribald comedy playing lowbrow or working-class ladies about town (waitresses...
15. George S. Patton George S. Patton Self, Nazi Concentration Camps George S. Patton III was a highly successful and highly controversial general who held Corps- and Army-level commands during World War II. Because of his great competence as a battlefield commander, Patton might have led the American troops during the invasion of Normandy; however, his impolitic ways...
16. Colin Douglas Colin Douglas Actor, Horror of Fang Rock: Part One
17. Daphne Oxenford Daphne Oxenford Actress, Gilbert & Sullivan: The Very Models
18. Ilse Steppat Ilse Steppat Actress, On Her Majesty's Secret Service
19. Barbara Scott Barbara Scott Actress, Van de Velde: Das Leben zu zweit - Sexualität in der Ehe
20. Ron Frazier Ron Frazier Actor, Presumed Innocent
21. Bill Simpson Bill Simpson Actor, It's All in the Mind
22. Simmy Bow Simmy Bow Actor, Rocky
23. Syd Saylor Syd Saylor Actor, Arizona Days US light comedy player and cowboy sidekick in dozens of films for three decades from 1925.
24. Henry H. Daniels Jr. Henry H. Daniels Jr. Actor, Meet Me in St. Louis
25. Mark Hellinger Mark Hellinger Writer, The Roaring Twenties Mark Hellinger made his name as a New York theater critic and as one of the first of the nationally known "Broadway columnists", a craft which his friend Walter Winchell was the most famous practitioner. Born on March 21, 1903, Hellinger was the embodiment of the hard-boiled, hard-living, hard-drinking journalist that became a stereotype of the early talkies...
26. John Lee John Lee Actor, The Castle
27. Noreen Gammill Noreen Gammill Actress, A Matter of Life and Breath
28. Bee Duffell Bee Duffell Actress, Monty Python and the Holy Grail
29. Gladys Henson Gladys Henson Actress, The Prince and the Showgirl
30. Marcia Lewis Marcia Lewis Actress, Night Warning
31. Ib Mossin Ib Mossin Actor, The Son from Vingaarden
32. Jarl Borssén Jarl Borssén Actor, Pippi in the South Seas
33. John Close John Close Actor, Beginning of the End
34. Venus Xtravaganza Venus Xtravaganza Self, Paris Is Burning
35. Bill Edwards Bill Edwards Actor, Hail the Conquering Hero Handsome, strapping, wavy-haired, New Jersey-born Bill Edwards started out to be an artist but sidetracked somewhat successfully into acting during WWII. Born on September 14, 1918, he was raised in Wyoming country and rode on the rodeo circuit for a couple of years until a number of broken bones forced him to rethink his life's direction...
36. Rowland V. Lee Rowland V. Lee Director, The Count of Monte Cristo Coming from a show business family (his parents were stage actors), Rowland V. Lee began his career as a child actor in stock and on Broadway. He interrupted his stage career for a stint as a Wall Street stockbroker, but gave that up after two years and returned to the stage. Lee was hired by Thomas H. Ince as an actor in 1915...
37. Robert Paige Robert Paige Actor, Son of Dracula A "B" Hollywood leading man who had the requisite tall, dark and handsome features (plus an excellent singing voice) that Hollywood often relied upon, Robert Paige was an extremely capable player worthy of stronger dramatics but was too often trapped in staid and standard leading man roles that prevented him from showcasing properly and moving squarely into the "A" romantic ranks...
38. Kamatari Fujiwara Kamatari Fujiwara Actor, Seven Samurai
39. Charles Shannon II Charles Shannon II Writer, Episode dated 13 October 1997
40. John Arnatt John Arnatt Actor, Whistle Down the Wind John Edwin Arnatt was born in Petrograd on the eve of the Russian Revolution, the son of a manager for Vauxhall Motors. Forced to leave Russia during the turmoil, his family returned to England where John was schooled at Epworth College and later trained for acting at RADA. On stage from 1936, he made his debut at the London West End in 1938 (in the revue "Happy Returns")...
41. Inma de Santis Inma de Santis Actress, Devil's Exorcist
42. Udo Jürgens Udo Jürgens Self, Der Mann mit dem Fagott
43. Giovanni Boccaccio Giovanni Boccaccio Writer, The Decameron
44. Marc Connelly Marc Connelly Writer, Captains Courageous Marc Connelly, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, is best known as being one of the leading wits of the Algonquin Round Table and for being a collaborator with George S. Kaufman, with whom he wrote many plays, including Merton of the Movies. His Broadway career spanned 65 years, from 1915, when he got...
45. Roger Avon Roger Avon Actor, Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.
46. Frank Stanley Frank Stanley Cinematographer, Magnum Force
47. Sacco van der Made Sacco van der Made Actor, De zaak Brument/De zaak Luneau
48. John McPherson John McPherson Cinematographer, *batteries not included
49. Charles Bolton Charles Bolton Actor, To Encourage the Others
50. Warren McCollum Warren McCollum Actor, Reefer Madness
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