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1. Bruce Lee Bruce Lee Actor, Enter the Dragon Bruce Lee remains the greatest icon of martial arts cinema and a key figure of modern popular media. Had it not been for Bruce Lee and his movies in the early 1970s, it's arguable whether or not the martial arts film genre would have ever penetrated and influenced mainstream North American and European cinema and audiences the way it has over the past four decades...
2. James Doohan James Doohan Actor, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
3. Richard Egan Richard Egan Actor, Pollyanna Richard Egan has four daughters and one son with Patricia Hardy, to whom he was married for nearly 30 years before he passed away. He honorably served as an officer in the Army during World War II, teaching Judo and bayonet & knife fighting. Mr. Egan attended the University of San Francisco for undergrad...
4. Simon Ward Simon Ward Actor, Zulu Dawn The son of a car dealer, the British actor Simon Ward was born in London, England, in 1941, and educated there at Alleyn's School, the home of the National Youth Theatre, which he joined at age 13 and stayed with for eight years. After attending the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, he worked in repertory in Northampton...
5. Sandra Gould Sandra Gould Actress, Imitation of Life Short and with a very familiar chubby, chipmunk-like face and even more familiar abrasive tone, Brooklyn-born comedienne Sandra Gould kicked into high gear at a fairly early age. With small Broadway roles and scores of radio programs such as "My Friend Irma" and "Duffy's Tavern", the latter in which she replaced original star Shirley Booth...
6. Allen Jenkins Allen Jenkins Actor, Pillow Talk Both of Allen Jenkins' parents were musical comedy performers, and he entered the theater as a stage mechanic after World War I, after having spent time working in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Although his screen persona was that of a not-too-bright Brooklyn street thug, Jenkins attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and appeared in many Broadway plays before making his film debut in 1931...
7. Mary Treen Mary Treen Actress, It's a Wonderful Life About as reliable as one could ever find, character actress Mary Treen was a familiar face to most and could always be counted on to bring a bit of levity to any film scene. A minor actress for much of her career, she managed to secure a plain, unassuming niche for herself in 40s, 50s and 60s Hollywood...
8. Estelle Evans Estelle Evans Actress, To Kill a Mockingbird
9. Dale Hennesy Dale Hennesy Art Director, Dirty Harry
10. Robert Cornthwaite Robert Cornthwaite Actor, The War of the Worlds Robert Cornthwaite first got hooked on acting at age 13, when he was forced to play a one-line part in an eighth grade play. He did his first work with professionals five years later, in a 1935 production of "Twelfth Night" on the Reed College campus in Portland. He worked in radio in Southern California before he was inducted into the Air Force during World War II (a four-year hitch)...
11. Randy Stuart Randy Stuart Actress, All About Eve The daughter of husband-and-wife vaudevillians, Randy Stuart was born in southeastern Iola, Kansas and traveled throughout the South and Midwest with her itinerant parents before making her own stage debut with them at the ripe old age of three. The family eventually settled in California where Randy attended college...
12. Franklin Pangborn Franklin Pangborn Actor, Sullivan's Travels Franklin Pangborn - a name more be-fitting a fictionalized bank president rather than a great comedic actor - was a singular character actor but little is known of his early years. He spent some time in developing acting talent prior to appearing on Broadway by March of 1911 and would do six plays until mid-1913...
13. Richard Gaines Richard Gaines Actor, Double Indemnity
14. Tammy Faye Bakker Tammy Faye Bakker Self, The Eyes of Tammy Faye
15. Helen Craig Helen Craig Actress, The Snake Pit
16. Pancho Villa Pancho Villa Self, Life of Villa Francisco "Pancho" Villa was born Doroteo Arango to rural peasant parents in San Juan del Rio, Mexico, on June 5, 1878. He later took several aliases, the most popular and well-known being "Pancho Villa". Raised in poverty in Durango, he turned to cattle rustling and robbery as a young man. The turning point in his life...
17. Carl Gordon Carl Gordon Actor, The Piano Lesson
18. Mildred Harris Mildred Harris Actress, The Magic Cloak
19. Carol Grace Carol Grace Actress, Gangster Story
20. Tony Epper Tony Epper Stunts, The Rock
21. Antonio Gades Antonio Gades Actor, Carmen
22. Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg Uncategorised A charismatic German resistance member and would-be assassin of Adolf Hitler, Claus Phillip Maria Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg was born 15 November 1907, 1:00 a.m. CET, in the family's castle in the small Bavarian town of Jettingen (today known as Jettingen-Scheppach). He was born one of a set of twins (his other twin...
23. Jana Lund Jana Lund Actress, Frankenstein - 1970
24. Peta Rutter Peta Rutter Actress, This Is Not a Love Story
25. Steven Ritch Steven Ritch Actor, Plunder Road
26. Geeta Dutt Geeta Dutt Music Department, Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam Acclaimed as the one singer who was feared by Lata Mangeshkar, Geeta Dutt held a rare mellifluous tone in her voice that could fuel passion and all kinds of emotions into whatever song she sung. This rare ability also enabled her to swap from traditional songs to Western-styled tunes without skipping a beat...
27. John Casablancas John Casablancas Self, Scratch the Surface
28. Germaine Dulac Germaine Dulac Director, The Smiling Madame Beudet The daughter of a cavalry captain, she was raised by a grandmother in Paris, where she studied various forms of art with an emphasis on music and the opera. In 1905 she married engineer-novelist Marie-Louis Albert-Dulac and under his influence veered toward journalism. As one of the leading radical feminists of her day...
29. Joaquín Pardavé Joaquín Pardavé Actor, Dos pesos dejada Joaquín Pardavé was born into the theatrical milieu, the son of a pair of stage actors. He was a popular stage actor and appeared in several silent films and some early sound features, but achieved his greatest fame in the early 1940s in films like My Memories of Mexico and El baisano Jalil (which was also the first picture he directed)...
30. Buster Wiles Buster Wiles Stunts, The Great Dictator
31. Tony Fish Tony Fish Actor, Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo
32. Linda Stirling Linda Stirling Actress, Zorro's Black Whip American leading woman, a popular action star of serials in the 1940s. She studied music, dance, and drama as a child and received a scholarship to a Hollywood acting school. But she arrived in Hollywood to discover the school had closed, and she took a job as a showgirl at the Earl Carroll Theatre in Hollywood...
33. Alex Green Alex Green Stunts, Smallville
34. David Tomblin David Tomblin Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi Widely regarded as the finest 1st Assistant Director in the World, and co-creator, Producer, Director, and writer of The Prisoner. Born across the road from Borehamwood Studios in 1931, Tomblin entered the film business at the age of 14 before National Service saw him take a break for a stint in the marines...
35. Joseph Della Sorte Joseph Della Sorte Actor, The Godfather: Part II
36. Helen Thomas Helen Thomas Self, Gov. Mike Huckabee
37. Carter DeHaven Carter DeHaven Actor, The Great Dictator Starting out his entertainment career in vaudeville and on the stage, Carter DeHaven entered films while still a teenager and soon achieved fame appearing in productions with his wife, Flora Parker DeHaven. During his long film career he also produced and directed several movies, and Charles Chaplin chose him to be his assistant during the filming of Modern Times...
38. Leslie Bradley Leslie Bradley Actor, The Crimson Pirate
39. Ann Tyrrell Ann Tyrrell Actress, Julius Caesar
40. Gregg Fonseca Gregg Fonseca Production Designer, A Nightmare on Elm Street
41. Eyvind Earle Eyvind Earle Animation Department, Sleeping Beauty He painted backgrounds for Disney's "Sleeping Beauty" and "Lady and the Tramp" plus others. Walt Disney noticed Earle's work after Earle created the avant-garde 'look' for the Oscar/Cannes-award-winning short "Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom". Earle was already an established artist at 13, when he held his first exhibition in France...
42. Larry Watson Larry Watson Actor, Pilot
43. Julien Carette Julien Carette Actor, La Grande Illusion
44. Lauro Corona Lauro Corona Actor, Direito de Amar
45. Harry Worth Harry Worth Actor, Diplomatic Privilege
46. Milton Gabler Milton Gabler Soundtrack, Spider-Man 3 Pop-tune composer, author and Commodore Records executive Milton Gabler was educated at the City College of New York (CCNY) and founded the Commodore Music Shop in New York in 1926 and Commodore Records in 1938. In 1956 he was named Artists & Repertoire (A&R) Director for Decca Records. His best-selling tunes include "L-O-V-E"...
47. Arthur Stander Arthur Stander Writer, Opie's Charity
48. Lucian Freud Lucian Freud Self, Small Gestures in Bare Rooms
49. Henning Schlüter Henning Schlüter Actor, One, Two, Three
50. Ai Saotome Ai Saotome Actress, Shabu gokudo
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