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1. Bill Quinn Bill Quinn Actor, Archie Bunker's Place
2. Eric Christmas Eric Christmas Actor, Harold and Maude Christmas trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, gained experience in English repertory theatre in 1936, and had a principal role in the London production of Noël Coward's "Bitter Sweet" in the 1930s. During the Second World War, he was a member of Royal Air Force production units and performed in the RAF's Gang Show...
3. Adele Jergens Adele Jergens Actress, Ladies of the Chorus Fewer dames were tougher on the 40s and 50s screen than leggy (5'9") "B" star Adele Jergens, the tough-talking, plump-cheeked peroxide blonde who gave her fair share of tawdry trouble in backstage dramas, film noir, crime potboilers, and adventure yarns. She was just as headstrong at trying to bust out of the chorus lines and cheesecake parts to become a topnotch "A" actress draw...
4. Gretchen Wyler Gretchen Wyler Actress, Private Benjamin Lovely, sparkling blonde musical actress and dancer Gretchen Wyler was born Gretchen Weinecke in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, the daughter of Louis Gustave Weinecke, a gasoline engineer, and Peggy (nee Highley) Weinecke, on February 15, 1932. She graduated from her home town high school and went on to study dance with June Runyon in Tulsa, Oklahoma...
5. Henry Koster Henry Koster Director, Harvey Henry Koster was born Herman Kosterlitz in Berlin, Germany, on May 1, 1905. His maternal grandfather was a famous operatic tenor, Julius Salomon (who died of tuberculosis in the 1880s). His father was a salesman of ladies unmentionables who left the family while Henry was at a young age, leaving him to support the family...
6. Glenn Langan Glenn Langan Actor, The Snake Pit Thomas Glenn Langan spent most of his early life in his home town of Denver, Colorado. After completing his education, he acted in local repertory companies, before moving to New York. In 1942, he appeared on Broadway opposite Luise Rainer in J.M. Barrie's "Kiss for Cinderella". He garnered good critical reviews...
7. Emil Sitka Emil Sitka Actor, Crimewave Orphaned at twelve, Sitka caught the acting bug while living with a priest in Pittsburgh. He road the rails as a hobo for years during the Depression before arriving in Hollywood in 1936. Theatre work, including directing, eventually brought him to the attention of a talent scout, who contracted him to Columbia Studios...
8. James Gallery James Gallery Actor, Salem's Lot
9. John Hubbard John Hubbard Actor, You'll Never Get Rich
10. Pati Behrs Pati Behrs Actress, Apartment for Peggy
11. Peggy Moran Peggy Moran Actress, The Mummy's Hand Mary Jeanette Moran was born in Clinton, Iowa. The daughter of Louise Moran, a dancer with the famous Denishawn Dancers, and the celebrated artist Earl Moran, whose paintings graced many a barracks wall during World War II. One of Earl's favorite models was Norma Jean Baker, who later changed her name to Marilyn Monroe...
12. Ray Gallagher Ray Gallagher Actor, The Prisoner's Story
13. Hank Penny Hank Penny Actor, Heading West
14. Corliss Palmer Corliss Palmer Actress, Bromo and Juliet
15. Theodore Lorch Theodore Lorch Actor, Flash Gordon
16. Eddie Saeta Eddie Saeta Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Brian's Song American production manager and assistant director who directed and produced films. A native of Philadelphia, Saeta grew up in Los Angeles, where his father was head of the Columbia Pictures electrical department. At 18, Saeta got a job as Columbia boss Harry Cohn's messenger boy, which led to work as a 3rd assistant director on westerns at Columbia and subsequently Monogram...
17. Lee Madden Lee Madden Director, Angel Unchained Writer/director/producer Lee Madden was born in 1926 in Brooklyn, New York City. Madden's debut film was the enjoyable biker crime caper heist yarn "Hell's Angels '69;" this movie featured various members of the real Oakland Hell's Angels led by then president Sonny Barger and was the sole motion picture the motorcycle club directly participated in...
18. Lola Jensen Lola Jensen Actress, Flat Foot Stooges
19. John F. Warren John F. Warren Cinematographer, Torn Curtain
20. Lou Busch Lou Busch Music Department, Capitalism: A Love Story Songwriter ("Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh", "Portofino", "Sabre Dance Boogie"), pianist, composer, conductor and arranger. He began his own orchestra at 12, then attended high school and private music study. He played piano in the orchestras of Clyde McCoy, Henry Busse, Vincent Lopez, George Olsen and Hal Kemp...
21. Lucille Miller Lucille Miller Actress, The Campus Vamp
22. Gypsy Boots Gypsy Boots Self, A Swingin' Summer
23. Bynunsky Hyman Bynunsky Hyman Actor, The Son of the Sheik
24. Walter Sheets Walter Sheets Music Department, The Jungle Book
25. David Canestro David Canestro Camera and Electrical Department, Rain Man
26. R. Norwood Smith R. Norwood Smith Actor, A Family Upside Down
27. Robert H. Planck Robert H. Planck Cinematographer, My Three Sons
28. Lee Loeb Lee Loeb Writer, Shall We Dance
29. Catherine Mulholland Catherine Mulholland Self, Inventing L.A.: The Chandlers and Their Times
30. Harry V. Lojewski Harry V. Lojewski Music Department, CHiPs
31. Ted McMichael Ted McMichael Soundtrack, A Christmas Story One of the founders of the popular Merry Macs vocal quartet, which had several hits: "Mairzy Doats", "Praise The Lord and Pass the Ammunition", and "Sentimental Journey". Ted founded the Merry Macs along with his brothers Judd McMichael and Joe McMichael in the 1920s while attending high school in Minneapolis...
32. Arvon Dale Arvon Dale Actor, Perils of Nyoka
33. Wallace Grissell Wallace Grissell Director, Zorro's Black Whip
34. Patricia West Patricia West Actress, Broadway Serenade
35. Sam Sebby Sam Sebby Actor, The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel
36. Hal Craig Hal Craig Actor, There He Goes
37. Henry Larrecq Henry Larrecq Art Director, The Thing
38. Dewitt Ladd Rucker Dewitt Ladd Rucker Actor, Kill Squad
39. Robert H. Guhl Robert H. Guhl Sound Department, Born to Kill
40. Dalton S. Reymond Dalton S. Reymond Writer, Song of the South
41. Ad Wolgast Ad Wolgast Actor, The Prince of Broadway
42. Norman Daniels Norman Daniels Writer, Alfred Hitchcock Presents
43. John D. Silva John D. Silva Miscellaneous Crew, The Lawrence Welk Show
44. Jewel Jordan Jewel Jordan Stunts, Wuthering Heights
45. Joe Garcia Joe Garcia
46. Derf Scratch Derf Scratch Actor, Du-beat-e-o
47. Laurie Vejar Laurie Vejar Editor, The Hoaxters
48. Ben Kuroki Ben Kuroki Self, Most Honorable Son
49. Jamie Schmitt Jamie Schmitt Actor, Lethal Innocence
50. William A. Calihan Jr. William A. Calihan Jr. Production Manager, Hogan's Heroes
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