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1. Robert B. Parker Robert B. Parker Writer, Appaloosa
2. Oliver Wendell Holmes Oliver Wendell Holmes Writer, The Wonderful One-Horse Shay
3. Brother Blue Brother Blue Actor, Knightriders Brother Blue is best known as an internationally reknowned storyteller. Trained as an actor at Yale and as a pastor at the Harvard Divinity School, Brother Blue has been telling stories since the late 1960's. He has told in prisons, on the streets, for the U.N. and more. Brother Blue's life work is storytelling...
4. Al Capp Al Capp Self, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
5. Robert Gardner Robert Gardner Director, Forest of Bliss
6. Eleanor H. Porter Eleanor H. Porter Writer, Pollyanna
7. Sam Langford Sam Langford Actor, The Brute
8. H.A. Rey H.A. Rey Writer, Curious George
9. Philip Morrison Philip Morrison Miscellaneous Crew, Powers of Ten Educated at Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon University), Philip Morrison was present at the birth of the A-bomb. He went on to teach at Cornell and MIT. In the late 50s, he first proposed using microwaves as a way to communicate with aliens. He was a founder of the Planetary Society and SETI and received many technical awards.
10. John Kenneth Galbraith John Kenneth Galbraith Self, Speer und er
11. W. Axl Rose the Cat W. Axl Rose the Cat Actor, Coffee & Donuts
12. Ferdinand Reyher Ferdinand Reyher Writer, The World, the Flesh and the Devil
13. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Writer, The White Angel
14. Anthony Lewis Anthony Lewis Actor, Gideon's Trumpet
15. Sally Fitzgerald Sally Fitzgerald Costume Designer, Wise Blood
16. Edward C. Higgins Edward C. Higgins Actor, Night School
17. Benoît B. Mandelbrot Benoît B. Mandelbrot Self, The Genius and the Boys American mathematician and scientist who was born in Poland. He is a leader in the development of fractal theory and in the potential application of fractals to nature and design. Dr. Mandelbrot discovered the Mandelbrot Set on 1 March 1980 while working as an IBM Fellow at the Watson Research Center...
18. Mirko Basaldella Mirko Basaldella
19. William Alfred William Alfred Writer, Great Performances
20. B.F. Skinner B.F. Skinner Self, Firing Line
21. Daniel Aaron Daniel Aaron Miscellaneous Crew, The Civil War
22. Edwin H. Land Edwin H. Land
23. Frederick H. Hedge Frederick H. Hedge Soundtrack, Shenandoah
24. Jeremy Geidt Jeremy Geidt Actor, Next Stop Wonderland
25. Caleb Sampson Caleb Sampson Composer, Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr.
26. Christina Fadala Christina Fadala Actress, Mystic Pizza
27. Henry Cabot Lodge Henry Cabot Lodge Self, Hearst-Pathé News, No. 99
28. Edward Bernays Edward Bernays
29. Margret Rey Margret Rey Writer, Curious George
30. Harold E. Edgerton Harold E. Edgerton Miscellaneous Crew, Quicker'n a Wink
31. George Kistiakowski George Kistiakowski Self, The Late Great Planet Earth
32. Elizabeth Bishop Elizabeth Bishop Writer, Where Are the Dolls Elizabeth Bishop was born on February 8, 1911, in Worcester, Massachusetts. She was an American poet and short story writer. From 1949 to 1950 she was the Poet Laureatte of the United States. In 1956 she won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, and in 1970 she won the National Book Award. She died in Cambridge, Massachusetts on October 6, 1979.
33. Thomas E. Shea Thomas E. Shea Director, The Man o' Warsman
34. Tim Costello Tim Costello Writer, Global Village or Global Pillage
35. Henrietta Swan Leavitt Henrietta Swan Leavitt
36. Walker Stuart Walker Stuart Producer, Lord of the Flies
37. Jane Thompson Jane Thompson Self, The September Issue
38. Daniel Bell Daniel Bell Self, Arguing the World
39. Margaret Ayer Barnes Margaret Ayer Barnes Writer, Dishonored Lady
40. Claude Brenner Claude Brenner Self, The Quiz Kids No. Q1-2 Claude Brenner was 12½ in 1940 and already a high school freshman when he made the first of what would be dozens of appearances on "Quiz Kids," a radio show that quickly became a household name. "I was two years ahead in school, younger than most of my classmates," he told the Globe in 1983. "At school there were both approbation and envy...
41. George Wald George Wald Miscellaneous Crew, The Force Beyond
42. Carl Kaysen Carl Kaysen Self, JFK Remembered
43. Harry Agganis Harry Agganis
44. Pauline Maier Pauline Maier Self, Founding Fathers
45. Stanley Hoffmann Stanley Hoffmann Self, The World According to Bush
46. Charles Stark Draper Charles Stark Draper Self, 68 Albany Street
47. Fred Lawrence Whipple Fred Lawrence Whipple Self, Target... Earth?
48. Martin Deutsch Martin Deutsch Self, The Century
49. Edward Lorenz Edward Lorenz Self, The Revenge of the Dead Indians
50. Henry F. Gilbert Henry F. Gilbert Composer, Down to the Sea in Ships
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