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1. Jesús Franco Jesús Franco Writer, Killer Barbys He was only 6 years old when he started composing music under the protection of his brother Enrique. After the Spanish Civil War he was able to continue his studies at the Real Conservatorio de Madrid, where he finished piano and harmony. Being a Bachelor of Law and an easy-read novel writer (under the pseudonym David Khume)...
2. Jack Kruschen Jack Kruschen Actor, The Apartment Canadian-born Jack Kruschen entered films after years on the stage, and became a dependable character actor both in movies and on television. Often cast as ethnic comedy relief, Kruschen occasionally landed a role as a villain, but was more often the volatile, emotional Italian or Jewish neighbor patriarch. He was nominated for an Academy Award for his role in The Apartment.
3. Ray Teal Ray Teal Actor, Judgment at Nuremberg Most familiar to TV audiences as no-nonsense Sheriff Roy Coffee on the long-running western series Bonanza, Ray Teal was one of the most versatile character actors in the business. In his almost 40-year career he played everything from cops to gunfighters to sheriffs to gangsters to a judge at the Nuremberg War Crimes trials...
4. Michael Wayne Michael Wayne Producer, McLintock! Michael Wayne was the eldest son of John Wayne and his first wife, Josephine Alicia Saenz, the daughter from a socially prominent Latina family living in Los Angeles. He graduated from Loyola University of California in 1956 and served in the U.S. Air Force Reserve. His interest in film production...
5. Milo O'Shea Milo O'Shea Actor, Romeo and Juliet
6. George Sewell George Sewell Actor, Get Carter British leading actor whose tough, pockmarked features belied a soft voice and cultivated manner. Sewell was born in East London, the son of a printer. After brief service in the RAF during the closing stages of World War II, he held down a wide variety of short-lived jobs, including as carpenter, photographer...
7. Douglass Dumbrille Douglass Dumbrille Actor, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town Distinguished character villain Douglass (R.) Dumbrille, whose distinctive stern features, beady eyes, tidy mustache, prominent hook nose and suave, cultivated presence graced scores of talking films, was born on October 13, 1889, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He was first employed as a bank clerk in...
8. Fortunio Bonanova Fortunio Bonanova Actor, Citizen Kane Spanish-born Josep Lluis Moll studied music in Madrid and at the Paris Conservatoire. Having changed his name to Fortunio Bonanova (which, at the time, would have sounded more becoming of a budding musical star), he went on to make his international opera debut as a baritone in 1922. A protégé of the famous Russian bass Feodor Chaliapin Sr....
9. Tomisaburô Wakayama Tomisaburô Wakayama Actor, Shogun Assassin
10. Jennifer Syme Jennifer Syme Actress, Lost Highway Not much is known about Jennifer Syme, except that she was a girlfriend of actor Keanu Reeves. A lot of what is known about her centered around tragic circumstances: First, the 1999 stillbirth of the baby she expected with Reeves, and second, her untimely death at age 28. Around the time she met Reeves...
11. Jess Osuna Jess Osuna Actor, Kramer vs. Kramer
12. Betty Furness Betty Furness Self, Meet Betty Furness Elizabeth Mary Furness was born on January 3, 1916 in New York City. She was a teenage model with the Powers agency and appeared in secondary roles in more than 35 movies. She is best remembered as the highly paid television spokesperson for Westinghouse Electric Corporation. She later moved on to consumer affairs and appeared as the consumer affairs expert on NBC's Today for 16 years...
13. Jane Henson Jane Henson Actress, Sesame Street
14. Jean Epstein Jean Epstein Director, The Fall of the House of Usher
15. Anthony Bushell Anthony Bushell Actor, A Night to Remember
16. Pope John Paul II Pope John Paul II Self, The Papal Chase
17. Chester Clute Chester Clute Actor, Arsenic and Old Lace
18. Paul Reed Paul Reed Actor, Who's for Swordfish? Another mop-faced, gruff-looking character who belongs in the "Where have I seen that face?" category, Paul Reed enjoyed a long and varied career on radio, Broadway musicals, TV and commercials. Though smaller in stature, his imposing figure and ability to command made him seem much taller in his shoes...
19. B.J. Baker B.J. Baker Actress, The Story of Babar, the Little Elephant
20. Aldo Fabrizi Aldo Fabrizi Actor, Rome, Open City Beloved, hugely popular Italian comic character actor/writer/director, in music halls and variety shows for much of his early career. Fabrizi entered films in 1942 and often wrote and directed his vehicles, winning international acclaim in the Roberto Rossellini's neorealist drama Rome, Open City, in which he played a priest who bravely defies the fascist regime...
21. Charles Huntsberry Charles Huntsberry Actor, Purple Rain
22. C.S. Forester C.S. Forester Writer, The African Queen C.S. Forester went to Holywood during the opening years of World War II to help write and produce "propaganda" films that would convince U.S. filmgoers that the they should take the side of the British and Allies in the War, which led to such films as Eagle Squadron.
23. Everett De Roche Everett De Roche Writer, Road Games
24. Benjamin Christensen Benjamin Christensen Director, Häxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages
25. Margaret Mary Jones Margaret Mary Jones Producer, Whistle
26. Buddy Rich Buddy Rich Self, Buddy Rich and His Band: Channel One Suite
27. Levi Celerio Levi Celerio Music Department, Talusaling
28. Rob Pilatus Rob Pilatus Self, The 17th Annual American Music Awards
29. Edwin Starr Edwin Starr Soundtrack, Adventures in Babysitting Born Charles Hatcher in Nashville, Tennessee, Starr formed his first group, the Future Tones, in 1957, recording one single before his three-year army service. In 1965, he was offered a solo deal following two years of touring with another band. Starr's early hits included "Agent Double-O Soul" and "Stop Her on Sight (S.O.S)." But his biggest success came with "War," a No...
30. Vanda Godsell Vanda Godsell Actress, A Shot in the Dark
31. Greta Gynt Greta Gynt Actress, The Human Monster Glamourous, blonde, Norwegian actress who added a sparkle to British movies. Greta Gynt usually played a leading part, and remained at the top of the British cinema from the late 1930s through to the 40s. An opportunity for Greta to experience a Hollywood career came in the early 1950s, but it was too late...
32. Bunney Brooke Bunney Brooke Actress, Dawn!
33. Paula Kelly Paula Kelly Self, Episode dated 30 November 1953
34. John Charlesworth John Charlesworth Actor, A Christmas Carol
35. Guy McElwaine Guy McElwaine Producer, The Good Shepherd
36. Karen Elizabeth Austin Karen Elizabeth Austin Actress, When a Stranger Calls Back
37. Harley Wood Harley Wood Actress, Marihuana Songwriter ("Let There Be Peace on Earth [Let it Begin With Me]"), composer, actress, writer, author and publisher, educated in junior college. She began her career as a radio actress, and in 1934 entered films. With her husband Sy Miller, she co-owned a music publishing company. Joining ASCAP in 1955...
38. Florence Nash Florence Nash Actress, The Women
39. Kate Bruce Kate Bruce Actress, The Fugitive
40. Chris Kanyon Chris Kanyon Self, WCW Road Wild Debuted in World Championship Wrestling in 1995 under the name Chris Kanyon. He was soon teamed up with Mark Starr, and they were given a construction workers gimmick and named Men At Work. In 1997 he became Mortis, a member of James Vandenberg's (James Mitchell) Collection Of Human Oddities. He later...
41. Tomoyuki Tanaka Tomoyuki Tanaka Producer, Yojimbo Tomoyuki Tanaka was born on April 26, 1910 in Kashiwara, Osaka, Japan. He graduated from Kansai University in 1940 and joined Toho Studios the same year. After four years with the company, he became a producer, with his first film production being Three Women of the North. He was set to begin work on a Japanese-Indonesian film called "Eiko no Kanatani" (Behind the Glory); however...
42. Anthony Pelissier Anthony Pelissier Director, The Rocking Horse Winner London-born Anthony Pellisier was the son of actress Fay Compton and producer Arthur Pellisier. He became an actor in the 1930s, but soon realized that he was more inclined to making films than appearing in them. In 1937 he got his first screenwriting credit, and remained in that field until his directorial debut in 1949...
43. Edmund Burns Edmund Burns Actor, The Princess from Hoboken
44. Henry Slesar Henry Slesar Writer, One Life to Live
45. Vanda Hudson Vanda Hudson Actress, Circus of Horrors
46. Michael LaGuardia Michael LaGuardia Actor, All My Children
47. Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson Actor, Forbidden
48. David Leonard David Leonard Actor, The Bishop's Wife
49. Lyn Guild Lyn Guild Actress, The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street
50. Reine Davies Reine Davies Actress, Sunday
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