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1. Jack Lemmon Jack Lemmon Actor, The Apartment Jack Lemmon was born on February 8, 1925 in Newton, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. He initially acted on TV before moving to Hollywood for the big screen, cultivating a career that would span decades. An eight time Academy Award nominee, with two wins, Lemmon starred in over 60 films including Some Like It Hot...
2. Elaine Stewart Elaine Stewart Actress, Brigadoon Ravishing redhead Elaine Stewart came onto the film scene in the early 1950s and decorated a number of eastern and western films as well as crimers as a second-tier MGM star. Her striking, shapely beauty and "come hither" sensuality was on full display throughout the decade, often as a temptress or schemer...
3. Joan Sims Joan Sims Actress, Carry on Camping The First Lady of Carry On, was born Irene Joan Marion Sims on 9 May 1930. The daughter of an Essex railway station master, Joan was interested in pursuing show-business, and soon became a familiar face in a growing number of amateur productions. In 1946, Joan first applied to RADA, her audition was unsuccessful...
4. Bud Spencer Bud Spencer Actor, They Call Me Trinity Bud Spencer, the popular Italian actor who starred in innumerable spaghetti Westerns and action-packed potboilers during the 1960s and 1970s, was born Carlo Pedersoli on October 31, 1929, in Naples. The first Italian to swim the 100-meter freestyle in less than a minute, Spencer competed as a swimmer on the Italian National Team at the Olympic Summer games in both Helsinki...
5. Gale Storm Gale Storm Actress, The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Susanna Born with the drab, unlikely name of Josephine Cottle on April 5, 1922, this pleasantly appealing, Texas-born, auburn-haired beauty was only seventeen months old when her father William passed away. The family moved from Bloomington (her home town) to McDade (between Austin and Houston) where her mother Minnie made ends meet as a seamstress and milliner...
6. James Craig James Craig Actor, Kitty Foyle Tall, rugged James Craig's career as a contract player at MGM blossomed in the 1940's, mainly due to his resemblance to the 'King of Hollywood' 'Clark Gable' (who was then serving in the U.S. Army Air Force). The Rice Institute graduate had studied to be a physician until a sojourn in the movie capital persuaded him to try his luck as an actor...
7. Don Grady Don Grady Actor, My Three Sons Born Don Agrati in San Diego, California, Don Grady became a Mousekeeter, along with 23 others, when that show debuted in 1955. In 1960, he joined My Three Sons, which debuted in 1960 and ran for 12 years. As an enthusiast of music after "My Three Sons" ended, he continued in music as a composer and songwriter...
8. Richard Hillman Richard Hillman Actor, Bring It On
9. Corey Allen Corey Allen Director, Capitol Corey Allen earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from UCLA in Theatre in 1954. While there, he received the department's Best Actor award and starred in the UCLA film, "A Time Out of War", which won the Academy Award & Cannes & Venice Film Festival for Best Short Film. Upon graduation, he appeared in approximately twenty plays in the Los Angeles area...
10. Ronald Falk Ronald Falk Actor, Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones
11. Albert R. Broccoli Albert R. Broccoli Producer, Goldfinger Albert Romolo Broccoli was born in Astoria, Queens (New York City) on April 5th, 1909. His mother and father, Cristina and Giovanni Broccoli, raised young Albert in New York on the family farm. The family was in the vegetable business, and Albert claimed one of his uncles brought the first broccoli seeds into the United States in the 1870's...
12. Barry Brown Barry Brown Actor, Bad Company
13. Aharon Ipalé Aharon Ipalé Actor, The Mummy
14. Paul Guilfoyle Paul Guilfoyle Actor, The Grapes of Wrath American character actor. Upon his entry into films in 1930, he was typecast as a weakling or criminal type. He received great acclaim for his role as Garth Esdras, the haunted and hunted accessory to murder in Winterset. Memorable as the weaselly convict who tries to kill James Cagney at Steve Cochran's behest...
15. Allan Jones Allan Jones Actor, A Night at the Opera Allan Jones was born Theodore Allen Jones in Old Forge, Pennsylvania. A coal miner's son, he worked in the mines until 1926. At that point in time, he received a scholarship from Syracuse University, but chose instead to study music at New York University with Claude Warford and then with Felix Leroux in Paris and Sir Henry Wood in London...
16. Jack Mullaney Jack Mullaney Actor, South Pacific Dark-haired, congenial-looking actor Jack Mullaney was one of those gangly and goofy nice guy types who pervaded innocuous 1950s and '60s film and TV comedy. Born on September 18, 1929 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he usually played the best buddy of the star who seldom got the pretty coed. Jack's poor schmucks were the huggable...
17. Peter Blythe Peter Blythe Actor, Carrington
18. Mona Barrie Mona Barrie Actress, Something to Sing About Sometimes described as a poor man's Kay Francis, brunette, hazel-eyed Mona Barrie possessed neither quite the looks nor the personality required to become a major player in 1930's Hollywood. Nonetheless, the London-born and Australian-educated former childhood ballerina (born Mona Barlee, daughter...
19. Elmo Lincoln Elmo Lincoln Actor, Tarzan of the Apes Elmo Lincoln, the original "Tarzan" of the movies, was born Otto Elmo Linkenhelt in Rochester, Indiana on February 6, 1889, into a middle-class family of seven. The largest child in his class at Lincoln School, Elmo developed a reputation as a prankster, hopping trains as a teen. He headed to California after he turned 18...
20. Jack Buetel Jack Buetel Actor, The Outlaw
21. Germán Valdés Germán Valdés Actor, Three and a Half Musketeers
22. Barbara Ford Barbara Ford Editor, Mask
23. Noel Marshall Noel Marshall Producer, The Exorcist
24. Domino Harvey Domino Harvey Actress, Domino
25. Skip Ward Skip Ward Producer, The Dukes of Hazzard
26. Josette Day Josette Day Actress, Beauty and the Beast Paris-born Josette Day debuted in films at the age of five, but soon returned to the stage, including a stint as a child dancer in the Paris Opera. She did not return to the screen until she was into her adulthood, and her career took off. She played leads in countless French films, but is probably...
27. Shelby Foote Shelby Foote Miscellaneous Crew, The Civil War
28. Bobs Watson Bobs Watson Actor, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? A Hollywood child who first appeared on the screen as a babe in arms, Watson is best known as "Pee Wee" from BOYS TOWN. Later, Watson entered the Claremont School of Theology and later pastored in Burbank and La Canada.
29. John Entwistle John Entwistle Music Department, Tommy
30. Jeff Gillen Jeff Gillen Actor, A Christmas Story
31. David Neal David Neal Actor, Superman
32. Edwin Noel Edwin Noel Actor, Blankenese
33. Jane Ross Jane Ross Actress, Rocket Attack U.S.A.
34. George Harrison Marks George Harrison Marks Director, Come Play with Me George Harrison Marks was a British glamour photographer active in the sex industry from the mid 1950s till his death in the late 1990s. As a photographer he founded the Kamera group of magazines with his then 'supposed' wife, the model and actress Pamela Green, although they were never actually married...
35. William 'Bill' Phillips William 'Bill' Phillips Actor, Detective Story
36. Bobby Womack Bobby Womack Soundtrack, Jackie Brown A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Bobby Womack was born into a musical family. Managed by their father, he and his brothers formed "The Womack Brothers", a gospel singing group that toured with several national gospel stars. "The Womack Brothers" caught the attention of the legendary Sam Cooke when Cooke was singing on the gospel circuit...
37. Walter Hugo Khouri Walter Hugo Khouri Director, Amor Estranho Amor
38. David Newman David Newman Writer, Superman
39. Althea Flynt Althea Flynt
40. Fayette Pinkney Fayette Pinkney Self, The Dick Emery Special
41. Chris-Pin Martin Chris-Pin Martin Actor, The Ox-Bow Incident
42. Slim Whitaker Slim Whitaker Actor, Bullet Code American cowboy and actor Slim Whitaker was working the rodeo circuit at age 17, eventually becoming a cowhand on the Chowchilla Ranch in central California. In 1912 he was hired as a riding extra and stunt man by Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson for westerns being filmed in Niles Canyon, CA. During the silent era his peers were Hal Taliaferro...
43. Buster Slaven Buster Slaven Actor, Return of the Lash
44. Chris Squire Chris Squire Soundtrack, The Break-Up Born in London on March 4, 1948, Chris Squire engaged in a highly musical childhood, including singing in St. Paul's distinguished youth choir. In 1968, he bumped into aspiring tenor vocalist Jon Anderson in a London bar, "La Chasse". They soon found that they shared similar ideas of how music should sound...
45. Theodor Loos Theodor Loos Actor, Metropolis
46. Robert Greig Robert Greig Actor, Sullivan's Travels
47. Dave Shelley Dave Shelley Actor, The Jayne Mansfield Story
48. Michele Lupo Michele Lupo Director, Lo chiamavano Bulldozer
49. Sasha Gabor Sasha Gabor Actor, Battling Beauties
50. Alice Kelley Alice Kelley Actress, Against All Flags By age 12 Alice Kelley was already being noted in magazine photos as a striking beauty. She was a titled beauty queen, being named "Miss Junior Miss 1948". As a model and actress she used the name "Alice Ann Kelley" and was featured on numerous magazine covers. At 21 she married Ken Norris, then a lieutenant in the U.S...
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