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1. John Ford John Ford Director, The Searchers John Ford is, arguably, The Great American Director. When Orson Welles, who repeatedly screened Ford's Stagecoach as a crash course in filmmaking before helming his first film, Citizen Kane, was asked who his three favorite directors were, he answered, "John Ford, John Ford, and John Ford." Along with D.W. Griffith and Cecil B. DeMille...
2. Princess Diana Princess Diana Self, The Royal Wedding Princess Diana was born Diana Frances Spencer on July 1, 1961. Her parents were Edward John Spencer and Frances Ruth Burke Roche, Viscount and Viscountess Althorp, later Earl and Countess Spencer. When she was 6 her parents split up and her mother got married to Peter Shand Kydd. Diana lived with her father her two older sisters and her younger brother Charles...
3. Michael Sheard Michael Sheard Actor, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
4. William Aldrich William Aldrich Producer, Flight of the Phoenix
5. Rick Vallin Rick Vallin Actor, Ghosts on the Loose Reliable "B" character actor Rick Vallin had the rangy physique, prominent cheekbones and swarthy look ideal for rugged films. In the 1940s and '50s he was seen almost everywhere -- in mysteries, musicals, oaters and, especially, the ever-popular edge-of-your-seat cliffhangers. Born in Russia in 1919...
6. David Farrar David Farrar Actor, Black Narcissus London-born David Farrar dropped out of school at 14 and became a writer for the Morning Advertiser newspaper; but it wasn't long before he decided to change careers and become an actor. He started out on the stage in 1932, and five years later made his film debut. Appearing at first in low-budget thrillers...
7. Patricia Owens Patricia Owens Actress, The Fly Patricia Owens was born in Golden, British Columbia, in 1925. When she was eight she moved to England. Here she embarked on a number of stage plays. Later she was spotted by a Twentieth-Century Fox executive who offered her a contract and in 1956 she went to Hollywood. There she met Sy Bartlett whom she married and later divorced in 1958...
8. David Frost David Frost Self, The David Frost Show
9. Dennis O'Keefe Dennis O'Keefe Actor, The Leopard Man Tall, cheerful, outdoorsy leading man of Hollywood B movies who started in show business as an infant accompanying his vaudevillian parents ("Flanagan and Edwards, the Rollicking Twosome") on the stage. In his teens, Dennis started to write film scripts while attending college. He then tried to break into films as an extra...
10. Betty Carr Betty Carr Actress, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
11. Carmen Mathews Carmen Mathews Actress, Another World Carmen Mathews' film credits include BUtterfield 8, A Rage to Live, Sounder Daniel. She also appeared in several TV movies and is still seen in reruns as Col. Lillian Rayborn in an episode of the TV series M*A*S*H. She has teamed on the Broadway stage with such stars as Don Ameche...
12. Marguerite Chapman Marguerite Chapman Actress, The Seven Year Itch Marguerite Chapman, a small-town secretary and tomboy nicknamed "Slugger", became a model only after friends insisted "you oughta be in pictures", and she went on to act in more than 30 movies. Never a Hollywood wannabe, Chapman grew up in Chatham, New York, with four brothers. She started working as a typist and switchboard operator in White Plains...
13. Ken Campbell Ken Campbell Actor, A Fish Called Wanda
14. Dodi Fayed Dodi Fayed Producer, Hook Dodi Fayed, an Egyptian born multimillionaire whose father, Mohamed Al-Fayed, owns the Harrods chain and a Ritz Hotel in Paris.
15. Billy 'Froggy' Laughlin Billy 'Froggy' Laughlin Actor, Don't Lie His mother enrolled him in a dramatic class to overcome his self-consciousness. His gravel voice was exploited by an MGM talent scout. After his test and positive public reaction he was signed to a term contract to Our Gang. His favorite sport was bicycling. After Our Gang was over, Froggy was riding...
16. Sandi Ross Sandi Ross Actress, Cube Zero
17. Joe Lewis Joe Lewis Actor, Jaguar Lives! Blond, muscular, tall, handsome, and the greatest heavyweight point-fighter and kick-boxer of the 1960s and 70s, Joe Lewis coined the phrase,"American Kickboxing". He fought in the first kick-boxing heavyweight title fight in 1970. Had one of the greatest point-fighting careers in history. Lewis is one of only 5 men to defeat the legendary Chuck Norris...
18. Will Hare Will Hare Actor, Back to the Future Character actor Will Hare has been appearing on stage, screen and television since he was 17 up to his death at age 80. Becoming a veteran of stage for over a half of a century, Hare's film debut was Alfred Hitchcock's The Wrong Man and his final theatrical appearance was "Me and Veronica" in 1992...
19. Sally Rand Sally Rand Actress, Sunset Murder Case She's considered an American icon in the world of entertainment although most contemporaries have no idea who she is until her legendary risqué "fan dance" is brought up. Then they put two and two together. Burlesque star Sally Rand was born in the Ozark region (Missouri) in 1904, her father a corporal in the Spanish-American War and her mother a Pennsylvania Dutch Quaker...
20. Mary Merrall Mary Merrall Actress, Dead of Night
21. Mahavir Shah Mahavir Shah Actor, Yes Boss
22. Rocky Marciano Rocky Marciano Self, The Super Fight Rocky Marciano was the only undefeated boxing champion in any weight division (until Joe Calzaghe retired 46-0 in 2009). At the end of his career he was 49-0, with 43 of his victories coming by knockouts. Rocky made his boxing debut in 1947 at the age of 24 in Holyoke, Massachusetts, by knocking out Lee Epperson in the third round...
23. John David Bland John David Bland Actor, Sweating Bullets
24. Rosel Zech Rosel Zech Actress, Veronika Voss
25. Mick Lally Mick Lally Actor, The Secret of Kells
26. Joseph Mell Joseph Mell Actor, Magnificent Obsession
27. Camelia Camelia Actress, Sahibat el malilim
28. Charles Baudelaire Charles Baudelaire Writer, Messengers Charles Baudelaire was a 19th century French poet, translator, and literary/art critic. At his birth, Baudelaire's mother, Caroline Archimbaut-Dufays, was 28; his father Francois Baudelaire was 61. Charles' father instilled in him an appreciation for art, taking his young son to museums and galleries...
29. Lee Garmes Lee Garmes Cinematographer, Scarface One of the most innovative of pioneer cameramen, Lee Garmes started his career on the East Coast with the New York Motion Picture Company, but was soon persuaded by the director Thomas H. Ince to join him in Hollywood. Garmes quickly climbed his way up the ladder, from painter's assistant to prop boy (future director Henry Hathaway shared the same duties at 'Inceville')...
30. Mildred Coles Mildred Coles Actress, Here Comes Happiness Mildred Coles was a former beauty queen and a Western character actress. Her favorite film was - Oklahoma Badlands which starred Alan "Rocky" Lane.
31. Pierre Blaise Pierre Blaise Actor, Lacombe, Lucien
32. Jack Manning Jack Manning Actor, The Owl and the Pussycat
33. Max Bygraves Max Bygraves Self, Max
34. H.C. Potter H.C. Potter Director, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
35. Sheila Fay Sheila Fay Actress, Together
36. Carl Wayne Carl Wayne Actor, Emu's All Live Pink Windmill Show
37. Karen ffolkes Karen ffolkes Actress, Most Wanted
38. Sandro Scarchilli Sandro Scarchilli Actor, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
39. Frank E. Warner Frank E. Warner Sound Department, Taxi Driver
40. Tom Hardy Tom Hardy Actor, Passagem por Lisboa
41. Bapu Bapu Director, Sri Rama Rajyam
42. Jack Henderson Jack Henderson Actor, White Heat
43. Gerry Davis Gerry Davis Writer, Coronation Street British author, notably of science fiction teleplays, a former journalist and merchant seaman. Davis had a grounding in opera and had worked as a cinema translator in Italy. His first professional output as a writer was for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. In 1965, he was employed as story editor by the BBC and the following year began a long-standing association with Doctor Who...
44. Barlowe Borland Barlowe Borland Actor, The Hound of the Baskervilles
45. Umberto D'Orsi Umberto D'Orsi Actor, Fantozzi One of the best character actor of Italian cinema, expecially in the early 60s and part of the 70s, Umberto took a degree in law in 1953 but he was active in many theaters of Italy until the early 60s, when he encountered cinema. He acted in 10-15 films every year, expecially in small part roles and in B-movies...
46. Gayne Whitman Gayne Whitman Actor, Speaking of Animals and Their Families
47. Lenore Lonergan Lenore Lonergan Actress, Westward the Women Lenore Leslie Lonergan was the daughter of actor, 'Lester Lonergan, Jr (1893-1958)' and opera singer, Julia Mary (Juliet) McIntyre-Lonergan (1889-1942). Her brother, Lester Lonergan III (1924-1968) was also an actor. Her paternal grandfather was Irish born actor, Lester Lonergan (1869-1931). She was raised in New York City and attended the Professional Children's School along with her brother...
48. Lucille Fletcher Lucille Fletcher Writer, Sorry, Wrong Number
49. Claire Luce Claire Luce Actress, Up the River
50. Joan Miller Joan Miller Actress, Picture Page
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