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1. Cantinflas Cantinflas Actor, Around the World in Eighty Days Cantinflas was a prolific and productive Mexican comedian/producer/writer/singer. He was married to Valentina Ivanova from 1936 until her death. He appeared in more than 55 films, including (as Passepartoute) Around the World in Eighty Days.
2. Benny Hill Benny Hill Self, Benny Hill's World Tour: New York! He was born Alfred Hawthorn Hill. It was his grandfather who introduced him to Burlesque Shows and the theatre from where the young Benny Hill was to draw much of his comic inspiration. After his national service with the army during WW2, Benny came to London, adopted the stage name Benny Hill (in homage to his all time favourite comedian Jack Benny) and began appearing in variety shows...
3. Don Siegel Don Siegel Producer, Dirty Harry Don Siegel was educated at Cambridge University, England. In Hollywood from the mid-'30s, he began his career as an editor and second unit director. In 1945 he directed two shorts (Hitler Lives and Star in the Night) which both won Academy Awards. His first feature as a director was 1946's The Verdict...
4. Bram Stoker Bram Stoker Writer, Dracula Bram Stoker was born in Dublin, Ireland, in 1847, and gained fame for his novel "Dracula" about an aristocratic vampire in Transylvania. The sequel, "Dracula's Guest," was not published for 17 years after the publication of "Dracula," two years after Stoker's death. Stoker also wrote "The Mystery of...
5. Dennis Stewart Dennis Stewart Actor, Grease
6. Deanna Durbin Deanna Durbin Soundtrack, Can't Help Singing Deanna Durbin was born Edna Mae Durbin on December 4, 1921, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Her British-born parents moved to California while she was still young, and her singing voice soon had talent scouts knocking at her door. She signed a contract with MGM in 1936, at the age of 14, which resulted in her appearance in Every Sunday...
7. Cecil Parker Cecil Parker Actor, The Ladykillers An air of almost smug disdain would hang over his characters like a grey cloud. Yet he could end up being a ray of sunshine with that cloud. Stage or screen, comedy or drama, playing butler or Lord Commander, Englishman Cecil Parker was born in 1897 and took an avid interest in performing following his discharge from World War I military service...
8. Robert Armstrong Robert Armstrong Actor, King Kong Robert Armstrong is familiar to old-movie buffs for his case-hardened, rapid-fire delivery in such roles as fast-talking promoters, managers, FBI agents, street cops, detectives and other such characters in scores of films--over 160--many of them at Warner Brothers, where he was part of the so-called "Warner Brothers Stock Company" that consisted of such players as James Cagney...
9. Alexander D'Arcy Alexander D'Arcy Actor, The Awful Truth Supporting actor, often portraying oily types, in US and Continental films from the early 30's and thereafter.
10. Tim Hetherington Tim Hetherington Cinematographer, Restrepo Tim Hetherington was born in Liverpool, UK. He studied literature at Oxford University and later returned to college to study photojournalism. He lives in New York and is a contributing photographer for Vanity Fair magazine. His interest lies in creating diverse forms of visual communication and his work has ranged from multi-screen installations...
11. Martin Melcher Martin Melcher Producer, Pillow Talk
12. Thomas Hill Thomas Hill Actor, The NeverEnding Story
13. Glenn Cannon Glenn Cannon Actor, The Moth From 1955 - 1960, Glenn Cannon was in New York City. He appeared on Broadway in A Moon for the Misbegotten and The Good Woman of Setzuan, and Off Broadway in 20 plays, among which were the famed productions of The Three Penny Opera at the Theatre DeLys and The Iceman Cometh at Circle in the Square. His tours included leading roles in West Side Story...
14. Alex McCrindle Alex McCrindle Actor, Star Wars
15. Jean Carmet Jean Carmet Actor, Germinal
16. Elaine Young Elaine Young Self, Shotgun Freeway: Drives Through Lost L.A.
17. Dick Wessel Dick Wessel Actor, Dick Tracy vs. Cueball Rough-and-tumble American actor Dick Wessel had a fierce-looking scowl on a bulldog of a mug. That, coupled with a thick build and imposing stance, earned him appearances in countless Warner Bros. comedies and hard-boiled crime dramas throughout the late 1930s and 1940s. Although he made hundreds of films...
18. Rick Rude Rick Rude Actor, Summerslam The wrestler who would eventually become known as Ravishing Rick Rude was born Richard Erwin Rood on December 7th, 1958. He spent his childhood in Robinsdale, Minnesota, and had an early childhood friendship with future pro wrestler Curt Hennig. Rood broke into the business after a stint as a bouncer working with Barry Darsow...
19. Nosher Powell Nosher Powell Actor, Willow
20. Steve Marriott Steve Marriott Soundtrack, Pineapple Express Steve Marriott was a child actor, noted for playing both Oliver and The Artful Dodger in Lionel Bart's stage production, Oliver! He is featured on the soundtrack album. Steve, however, reached the giddy heights of international stardom as lead singer/guitarist with 60s UK soul/pop group, The Small Faces...
21. Jean Louis Jean Louis Costume Designer, From Here to Eternity This Hollywood costume designer is best known for his creation of the strapless black gown worn by Rita Hayworth in Gilda. He also designed the gowns worn by Loretta Young during her swirling entrances in her "Loretta Young Show" on TV during the 50's and 60's. (Decades later, he and Miss Young would marry.)
22. Peter Lee Lawrence Peter Lee Lawrence Actor, Black Beauty Blond German youth Peter Lee Lawrence, who made his uncredited debut in Sergio Leone "For A Few Dollars More" (1965), was the hero in many Spaghetti Westerns. His short cinematographic history can be enclosed in nine years of Italo-Spain co-productions. His recent films include thriller-drama "Giorni d'amore sul filo di una lama" (1973)...
23. Peter Carsten Peter Carsten Actor, Dark of the Sun
24. Señor Wences Señor Wences Self, Mother Wore Tights The Spanish born ventriloquist Senor Wences was one of the highest paid vaudeville acts in the world. Hugely popular with American tv audiences Wences was also a top nightclub favourite. Born Wenceslao Moreno in Peñaranda de Bracamonte, Salamanca (Spain) Wences began performing ventrilquism as a child...
25. Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter Writer, The Hurricane Rubin "Hurricane" Carter was boxing's most feared middleweight contender in the early 1960s. Standing only 5' 8" tall and weighing 160 lbs., he nevertheless had one of the most muscular builds in the sport. With a shaved head, Fu Manchu mustache and bulging muscles, he sent shudders and shakes through his opponents...
26. Helmut Käutner Helmut Käutner Director, The Captain from Köpenick
27. Bill Dean Bill Dean Actor, Family Life
28. Madelyn Davis Madelyn Davis Writer, One Life to Live
29. Jimmy Lennon Sr. Jimmy Lennon Sr. Actor, Raging Bull
30. Jorge Mistral Jorge Mistral Actor, Las inquietudes de Shanti Andía He was a Spanish actor; his father was from Puerto Rico and his mother from Catalonia. His debut in theater was in 1943 and in cinema in 1944. At the end of the fifties he lived in South America. He committed suicide with a gunshot while living in Mexico City, Mexico.
31. Helen Mann Helen Mann Actress, Speed in the Gay Nineties
32. Eric Harris Eric Harris Self, Columbine
33. Donald Craig Donald Craig Actor, General Hospital
34. Yoshio Inaba Yoshio Inaba Actor, Seven Samurai Japanese character actor who achieved his greatest acclaim in the role of "Gorobei" in Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai. Inaba began in the theatre after the Second World War, joining the Haiyu-Za company and appearing in plays such as The Cherry Orchard and The Threepenny Opera. His film debut came in 1954...
35. Bryan Foy Bryan Foy Producer, House of Wax Bryan Foy started in showbiz as a vaudevillian - touring nationally for ten years as one of the 'Seven Little Foys' (the oldest). He left the act in 1918 to embark on a solo career in Hollywood, at first devising gags for Buster Keaton, then filming two-reelers at Fox. In 1927, he began his long association with Warner Brothers...
36. Dylan Klebold Dylan Klebold Uncategorised
37. Sheila Burnford Sheila Burnford Writer, Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
38. Alan Dale Alan Dale Self, The Alan Dale Show The man many consider to have possessed the greatest voice ever in popular music, Alan Dale had a career that spanned three decades and 16 record labels. At age 17 he was a big-band vocalist, first with Carmen Cavallaro, then George Paxton. In 1948 he achieved stardom via CBS' musical quiz show Sing It Again (this is the program referred to in the James Stewart film Pot o' Gold))...
39. David Thursby David Thursby Actor, The Heiress Thursby began acting at the dawn of the talkies. Spending much of his career at 20th Century Fox playing unbilled cameos, he remained active in films up to his retirement in 1957.
40. Iraida Polanco Iraida Polanco Actress, Two Weeks Notice
41. Willy Harlander Willy Harlander Actor, Rosalie Goes Shopping
42. Raúl Meraz Raúl Meraz Actor, Zombie Apocalypse
43. Shakeel Badayuni Shakeel Badayuni Music Department, Mughal-E-Azam
44. Pamela Matheson Pamela Matheson Actress, Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment
45. Vlastimil Brodský Vlastimil Brodský Actor, Autumn Spring
46. Diana Kane Diana Kane Actress, The Brown Derby
47. Richard Travers Richard Travers Actor, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle
48. Hans Söhnker Hans Söhnker Actor, Film Without a Name
49. Myles Wilder Myles Wilder Writer, Phantom from Space
50. William Courtenay William Courtenay Actor, The Show of Shows
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