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1. Akira Kurosawa Akira Kurosawa Writer, Yojimbo After training as a painter (he storyboards his films as full-scale paintings), Kurosawa entered the film industry in 1936 as an assistant director, eventually making his directorial debut with Sanshiro Sugata. Within a few years, Kurosawa had achieved sufficient stature to allow him greater creative freedom...
2. Martin Milner Martin Milner Actor, Adam-12 Apart from the Webb connection, Milner starred as "Tod Stiles" in his own groundbreaking CBS-TV series Route 66 (1960-1964). The series was notable for its coast-to-coast location shooting, eloquent scripts by co-creator Stirling Silliphant and others, impressive guest casts, and a distinctive theme song by Nelson Riddle...
3. Edmund Gwenn Edmund Gwenn Actor, The Trouble with Harry There are very few character actors from the 1930s, '40s or '50s who rose to the rank of stardom. Only a rare man or woman reached the level of renown and admiration, and had enough audience appeal, to be the first name in a cast's billing, a name that got marquee posting. Charles Coburn comes to mind, but there aren't many others. However, one who made it was Edmund Gwenn...
4. Stefan Gierasch Stefan Gierasch Actor, Carrie
5. Percy Rodrigues Percy Rodrigues Actor, Peyton Place A symbol of intelligence, leadership and moral strength in his various 60s and 70s roles, African-Canadian actor Percy Rodrigues rose in Hollywood stature during the late 60s following a couple of earlier Broadway appearances. The serenely handsome, distinguished-looking actor also became notable for...
6. Anita Page Anita Page Actress, The Broadway Melody Beautiful Anita Page was one of the most famous and popular leading ladies during the last years of the silent screen and the first years of the talkie era. She was best known for starring in The Broadway Melody, the first sound film to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. Her leading men included the likes of John Gilbert, Clark Gable, Buster Keaton and Robert Montgomery...
7. Kay Kendall Kay Kendall Actress, Les Girls
8. Otto Kruger Otto Kruger Actor, High Noon The grandnephew of South African pioneer and former president Paul Krüger, Otto Kruger trained for a musical career from childhood, but after enrolling in Columbia University he switched his career choice to acting. Making his Broadway debut in 1915, at 30, he shortly became a matinée idol of the day...
9. Olga Baclanova Olga Baclanova Actress, Freaks Born Olga Vladimirovna Baklanova, one of six children of Vladimir Baklanoff and his wife Alexandra, later billed as the Russian Tigress in her early talking films, was born August 19, 1893. She graduated from the Cherniavsky Institute in Moscow prior to her selection in 1912 at age 19 to apprentice at the Moscow Art Theatre...
10. E.J. André E.J. André Actor, Papillon
11. Luciano Pavarotti Luciano Pavarotti Soundtrack, Spectre Luciano Pavarotti was the best-selling classical singer and humanitarian known for his most original and popular performances with the 'Three Tenors' and 'Pavarotti & Friends'. He was born on October 12, 1935, in Modena, Emilia-Romagna, in Northern Italy. He was the first child and only son of two children in the family of a baker...
12. Harry Wilson Harry Wilson Actor, Some Like It Hot
13. Blanche Sweet Blanche Sweet Actress, Judith of Bethulia Born into a family of show people, Blanche first appeared on the stage when she was 18 months old. Blanche was a dancer by the time she was four and a talented actress by 1909 when she started work at Biograph with D.W. Griffith. At 14, she was two years younger than Mary Pickford, but her maturity and appearance soon lead to leading roles...
14. Louise Platt Louise Platt Actress, Guiding Light Broadway actress who entered films in 1938 only to exit in 1942, returning to the stage. Remembered perhaps only for her performance in 'Stagecoach' (1939).
15. Mervyn Johns Mervyn Johns Actor, Dead of Night
16. Art Modell Art Modell Self, Jim Brown: All American
17. Harry Goz Harry Goz Actor, Sealab 2021
18. Bill Wallis Bill Wallis Actor, Brazil
19. Apichart Chusakul Apichart Chusakul Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, American Gangster
20. Gertrude Lawrence Gertrude Lawrence Actress, Rembrandt Eminent London and Broadway musical star who appeared in nine films from 1929 through 1950.
21. Jane Frazee Jane Frazee Actress, Buck Privates A professional entertainer since the age of six, blue-eyed brunette Jane Frazee and her older sister Ruth Frazee had a vaudeville sister act and appeared in nightclubs and on radio together. They journeyed to Hollywood, but the act broke up when Ruth failed her screen tests and Jane passed hers...
22. Duccio Tessari Duccio Tessari Writer, A Pistol for Ringo
23. Geza L. Weiss Geza L. Weiss Actor, Flitterwochen
24. George Kuchar George Kuchar Director, Hold Me While I'm Naked
25. Bob Blount Bob Blount Actor, Inches
26. Patricia Cutts Patricia Cutts Actress, The Tingler
27. Molly Glynn Molly Glynn Actress, In America
28. Charles P. Eisenmann Charles P. Eisenmann Writer, Just Between Us
29. Mary Doran Mary Doran Actress, The Divorcee Having first aspired to become a teacher, wavy-haired, blonde Mary Doran attended the respected Ned Wayburn Dancing Academy - like countless other hopeful actresses - to learn tap dancing. She first appeared on stage in 'Betsy' (1926), a rare flop by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. (and Rodgers & Hart), then in the hit 'Rio Rita'...
30. Jake Eberts Jake Eberts Producer, Dances with Wolves
31. Barbara Hicks Barbara Hicks Actress, Brazil Barbara Hicks trained at the Webber Douglas School and made numerous appearances on stage, screen and television over a fifty-year period.
32. Egon Eis Egon Eis Writer, La dama del velo
33. Florence Bush Florence Bush Makeup Department, Leave It to Beaver
34. Michael Mitchell Michael Mitchell Animation Department, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids
35. Alfredo Rizzo Alfredo Rizzo Actor, Roman Holiday
36. Henry Ephron Henry Ephron Writer, Carousel
37. Harold Rosson Harold Rosson Cinematographer, The Wizard of Oz Harold G. "Hal" Rosson, a cinematographer known for his subtle and imaginative lighting, was born in Genaseo, New York, on August 24, 1895, although some sources cite his birthday as April 6, 1895, or in 1889. Rosson entered the movie industry in 1908 as an actor at the Vitagraph Studios in Brooklyn...
38. Madeleine L'Engle Madeleine L'Engle Writer, Camilla Dickinson
39. Eugen Schüfftan Eugen Schüfftan Cinematographer, The Hustler Eugen Schüfftan moved from his motherland, Germany, to France in 1933 to escape the rising Nazi movement. He moved to the US in 1940 and became a member of Local 644, the East Coast cinematographers chapter of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE). He invented the Schüfftan...
40. Sim Sim Actor, Asterix and Obelix vs. Caesar
41. Margarita Sierra Margarita Sierra Actress, Surfside 6 Spanish actress-dancer-singer who starred in one U.S. television series before her early death. A native of Madrid, Sierra was an accomplished tap dancer at the age of four. She appeared throughout her childhood in children's shows and later in nightclubs as a dancer and singer, touring Spain and Central and South America...
42. Richard Allan Richard Allan Actor, Niagara
43. Janusz Morgenstern Janusz Morgenstern Producer, Mniejsze zlo
44. Desmond Wilcox Desmond Wilcox Writer, Americans
45. Mike Henson Mike Henson Actor, Big Guns One of the more popular performers in gay adult videos during the late '80s and early '90s, Mike Henson was born Kenneth Seymour in Sacramento, CA. After a stint in the army he settled in Los Angeles. His clean-cut good looks and natural athletic body soon found him work in David Forest's "Brad's Buddies" service...
46. James J. Casino James J. Casino Actor, Rocky II
47. Don Taffner Don Taffner Production Manager, Three's Company
48. Ernst-Hugo Järegård Ernst-Hugo Järegård Actor, Europa One of Swedish theatre's most well known actors. Järegård is appreciated for his extrovert and at the same time controlled style of acting, of which he gladly characterized comic or morbid characters. He played the title role in 'Moliére''s "Tartuffe" as well as Orgon (The Royal Dramatic Theatre, 1971) with great success...
49. Ray Loring Ray Loring Music Department, Nova
50. André Roanne André Roanne Actor, Diary of a Lost Girl
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