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1. Gloria Talbott Gloria Talbott Actress, All That Heaven Allows Gloria Talbott was born in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale, a city co-founded by her grandfather. Growing up in the shadows of the Hollywood studios, her interests inevitably turned to acting, with the result that she participated in school plays and landed small parts in films such as "Maytime" (1937)...
2. Elizabeth Allen Elizabeth Allen Actress, Bracken's World
3. Patricia Hayes Patricia Hayes Actress, A Fish Called Wanda
4. Ann Doran Ann Doran Actress, Rebel Without a Cause Ann Doran appeared in over 500 motion pictures and 1000 television shows, by one count. Starting at the age of four, she appeared in hundreds of silent films under assumed names so her father's family wouldn't find out. Rarely a featured player (although Charles Starrett's Rio Grande is a notable exception), she provided many a wonderful performance in support of the leads.
5. Jackie Collins Jackie Collins Actress, Jackie Collins Presents
6. Dolores Hope Dolores Hope Self, Bob Hope's Bag Full of Christmas Memories
7. Rex Ingram Rex Ingram Actor, The Thief of Bagdad A Corsicana native, Rex (Clifford) Ingram was the son of Mack and Mamie Ingram. He graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in medicine before launching a brilliant acting career which spanned 50 years. Ingram made his screen debut during the silent era in Tarzan of the Apes . He won widespread acclaim for his portrayal of De Lawd in The Green Pastures ...
8. Amidou Amidou Actor, Ronin Little known by the general public, Moroccan-born Amidou can nevertheless boast an onstage and on screen career spanning almost five decades. Appearing in French films most of the time, he also worked in Morocco, in Tunisia and in American action movies like William Friedkin's 'The Sorcerer' and 'Rules of Engagement'...
9. Hermes Pan Hermes Pan Miscellaneous Crew, My Fair Lady Academy Award-winning dance director responsible for choreographing several dozen of Hollywood's most truly memorable musicals, including every one of the nine Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers 1930s gems - not to mention Fred and Ginger's screen swan song, The Barkleys of Broadway. He also choreographed some...
10. Bernard Behrens Bernard Behrens Actor, The Changeling Character actor Bernard Behrens was born on September 28, 1926 in London, England. Behrens grew up in poverty in Depression-era London; he did his best to surmount the dire reality of his dismal situation by sneaking into movie theaters as a kid and aspired to become an actor since the age of seven...
11. Audrey Long Audrey Long Actress, Desperate Leading lady in Hollywood low-budgeters of the 40s and early 50s.
12. John Merton John Merton Actor, The Ten Commandments
13. June Preisser June Preisser Actress, Strike Up the Band Best known at MGM for giving young Judy Garland competition over the attentions of Mickey Rooney in a couple of their famous let's-put-on-a-show musical films, this dimpled blonde cream puff was first and foremost an acrobatic dancer and contortionist. June Preisser was born in New Orleans in 1920...
14. Skeeter Davis Skeeter Davis Soundtrack, Girl, Interrupted Skeeter Davis was one of the first female vocalists to become a top level star in the country music field. Born Mary Frances Penick on December 30, 1931, Davis began performing in her native Kentucky as part of a duet with high school friend Betty Jack Davis in 1949. The teenagers, dubbed The Davis Sisters...
15. Brian Sewell Brian Sewell Self, The Naked Pilgrim: The Road to Santiago
16. Bud Townsend Bud Townsend Director, The Beach Girls
17. Walter Schultz Porto Alegre Walter Schultz Porto Alegre Composer, Getúlio Vargas
18. Gram Parsons Gram Parsons Soundtrack, Jerry Maguire
19. Lori Alexia Lori Alexia Actress, Lex Steele XXX 5 Lori Alexia was born Lora Ann Evans on March 2, 1980 in Barbados. Alexia moved to Hawaii when she was seven and lived in Hawaii until she was twelve. The short (just under 5'2"), but buxom and shapely beauty started out in the adult entertainment industry as a dancer at gentleman's clubs and soon thereafter began touring the United States...
20. Pauline Frederick Pauline Frederick Actress, Thank You, Mr. Moto Pauline Frederick was born Pauline Beatrice Libby in Boston, Massachusetts on August 12, 1883. She was fascinated with show business from an early age and throughout her childhood, she was bred for a career in music. It has been said she had a terrific soprano voice, but Pauline also dabbled a bit in acting...
21. Ed Cobb Ed Cobb Soundtrack, American Horror Story Musician, songwriter and record producer Ed Cobb was born in 1938. Cobb was a member of the pop group, The Four Preps, from 1956 to 1966. Ed either wrote or co-wrote a bunch of songs for an eclectic array of artists; said songs include "Dirty Water" and "Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White" for The Standells...
22. Philip Sayer Philip Sayer Actor, Xtro
23. Scott A. Stephens Scott A. Stephens Art Department, Dances with Wolves
24. Frederick Combs Frederick Combs Actor, The Boys in the Band
25. Datta Daujeker Datta Daujeker Music Department, Sharada
26. Jack May Jack May Actor, The Man Who Would Be King
27. Anthony Battaglia Anthony Battaglia Actor, Serial
28. Donna Smythe Donna Smythe Actress, Gone with the Wieners
29. Hans-Werner Bussinger Hans-Werner Bussinger Actor, Unser Charly
30. Domonic Muir Domonic Muir Writer, Critters
31. Stan Vanderbeek Stan Vanderbeek Director, A La Mode
32. Red Foley Red Foley Soundtrack, The Polar Express Red Foley made his professional debut as a singer in Chicago. He was later discovered by a talent scout at Kentucky's Georgetown College. His mother and father operated a little store at the crossroads in Blue Lick, Kentucky. His father took an old guitar as part payment on an account and gave it to Red...
33. Jeanie Lang Jeanie Lang Actress, School Daze
34. Virginia Welles Virginia Welles Actress, To Each His Own
35. Larry Milton Larry Milton Camera and Electrical Department, Blacula Lawrence Milton, was Admiral Nimitz's photographer during WW II. He re-entered the film industry and after 46 years, received the award of Lifetime Achievement from the Society of Operating Cameramen. He retired at age 73. He was Key Grip on shows like Wild Wild West, Happy Days, Love Boat, Hawaii 5-O, dating all the way back to Hal Roach days (Lone Ranger, My Little Margie, Amos and Andy, etc)...
36. Lee Woodd Lee Woodd Actor, The Castaway Cowboy
37. Hiroshi Yamauchi Hiroshi Yamauchi Producer, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
38. Kitty Janssen Kitty Janssen Actress, M'n dochter en ik
39. Ronnie Maasz Ronnie Maasz Camera and Electrical Department, Highlander
40. Mary Ann Nyberg Mary Ann Nyberg Costume Designer, A Star Is Born
41. Stephen Kolzak Stephen Kolzak Casting Department, Cheers
42. Wilfrid Caithness Wilfrid Caithness Actor, The Improper Duchess
43. Semyon Mandel Semyon Mandel Production Designer, Kreiser Varyag
44. Eddie Green Eddie Green Actor, Blue Jasmine
45. Robert Earle Robert Earle Actor, The Toy
46. Liselotte Köster Liselotte Köster Actress, Wenn der weiße Flieder wieder blüht
47. Vladimir Olekseyenko Vladimir Olekseyenko Actor, Dachnaya poezdka serzhanta Tsybuli
48. Buddy Collette Buddy Collette Music Department, The Danny Kaye Show Composer, author, songwriter, conductor and flutist who, after college, led his own quintet in Los Angeles. He has made many records. Joining ASCAP in 1961, his chief musical collaborator was Joe Greene. His popular-song compositions include "Blue Sands", "Santa Monica", "Soft Touch", and "Room with Skies".
49. Guy Gibson Guy Gibson Writer, The Dam Busters Was a Royal Air Force (RAF) Wing Commander in World War II. He formed the elite 617 Squadron (The Dam Busters) and led the squadron on its most famous mission, the attack on the Moehne and Eder Dams. Won the Victoria Cross for his performance on the dams raid. He also earned two Distinguished Service Orders and two Distinguished Flying Crosses.
50. Chuck Río Chuck Río Soundtrack, Night at the Museum Danny Flores was a talented saxophonist and singer who was also proficient on keyboards; in December 1957, he headed the Flores Trio, consisting also of Gene Alden on drums and Buddy Bruce on guitar; they participated in a recording session at Gold Star Studios in Hollywood for Gene Autry's Challenge Records where Flores's song "Tequila"...
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