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1. Judith Barsi Judith Barsi Actress, The Land Before Time The only child of Jozsef Barsi and Maria Benko, Judith Eva Barsi beat 10,000 to 1 odds when she was discovered at a San Fernando Valley skating rink at 5 1/2 years old in 1983. She was mistaken for a three year old child. Her first commercial was for Donald Duck Orange Juice and she went on to appear in anywhere between 50-100 commercials...
2. Paul Mantee Paul Mantee Actor, Robinson Crusoe on Mars Born in San Francisco, Paul Mantee started "pretending" when he was very young, playing at being people like Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney. He toiled anonymously in the Hollywood vineyards for several years; it was this initial lack of success that worked in his favor when "an unfamiliar face" was sought for Robinson Crusoe on Mars...
3. Steve Franken Steve Franken Actor, Angels & Demons
4. Jeff Morrow Jeff Morrow Actor, Union Pacific New York-born Morrow developed an interest in the theater as a result of his studies at art school. As "Irving Morrow," he was acting on stage (in Pennsylvania) as early as 1927; he later appeared in such plays as "Penal Law", "Once in a Lifetime", "A Midsummer Night's Dream", "Twelfth Night", "Romeo and Juliet" and "Macbeth"...
5. Ilene Woods Ilene Woods Actress, Cinderella Ilene Woods was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the daughter of "a backstage mom" who was responsible for Ilene getting her show biz start on the stage--at age two! At 14, during a vacation in New York City, she received an offer to top-line her own radio show once she became available at the end of that school year...
6. Hari Rhodes Hari Rhodes Actor, Daktari
7. Sheila Ryan Sheila Ryan Actress, Road House
8. Terry Wilson Terry Wilson Actor, Wagon Train
9. Dorothy Ford Dorothy Ford Actress, Jack and the Beanstalk Dorothy Ford was born April 4, 1922 in Perris, CA, and raised in San Francisco, Santa Barbara and Tucson, AZ. During school, she appeared in several pageants, and after graduation, she went into modeling. Standing 6'2 and with measurements of 38-26-38 1/2, Ford was a natural for photographic work. ...
10. Gavin Gordon Gavin Gordon Actor, Bride of Frankenstein
11. Jack Randall Jack Randall Actor, Where the West Begins Romantic leading man and singing cowboy star whose career was far eclipsed by that of his brother Robert Livingston. He acted and sang on Broadway prior to entering films, then appeared in a number of non-Western films before signing with Monogram Pictures in 1937 as a singing cowboy. Unfortunately, despite his singing ability...
12. Jack Ingram Jack Ingram Actor, Lost in Alaska
13. Russell Metty Russell Metty Cinematographer, Spartacus Cinematographer Russell Metty, a superb craftsman who worked with such top directors as John Huston, Stanley Kubrick, Steven Spielberg and Orson Welles, was born in Los Angeles on Septmeber 20, 1906. Entering the movie industry as a lab assistant, he apprenticed as an assistant cameraman and graduated to lighting cameraman at RKO Radio Pictures in 1935...
14. William Beaudine William Beaudine Director, Lassie William Beaudine, the director of nearly 350 known films (nearly one for every day of the year; some listings of his work put his output at 500 movies and hundreds of TV episodes) and scores of television episodes, enjoyed a directing career that stretched across seven decades from the 'Teens to the '70s (he also was a screenwriter...
15. Joe Downing Joe Downing Actor, Angels with Dirty Faces
16. Paul Vatelli Paul Vatelli Director, Stiff Competition
17. Merv Adelson Merv Adelson Producer, The Waltons
18. Addie McPhail Addie McPhail Actress, Live and Learn
19. Steve Fisher Steve Fisher Writer, Destination Tokyo
20. Lenore Bushman Lenore Bushman Actress, The Love Wager
21. Myrna Smith Myrna Smith Self, This Time
22. Ron Cummins Ron Cummins Actor, Dog Day Afternoon
23. Xenia Xenia Animation Department, Charlotte's Web
24. 'Dirty Dan' McBride 'Dirty Dan' McBride Self, Sha Na Na McBride was best known as a lead guitarist for Sha Na Na during their heyday on their own TV series of the same name. He also appeared in the film Grease in 1978 with Sha Na Na, enjoyed success with other bands and as a solo artist, appeared as an actor and voice-over performer, and is a published writer of humorous pieces for magazines. He died in his sleep on July 23, 2009.
25. Jeff Porcaro Jeff Porcaro Music Department, The Color Purple
26. Raymond Lee Raymond Lee Actor, Mother's Angel
27. Nick Counter Nick Counter Self, Who Needs Sleep?
28. Sherwood MacDonald Sherwood MacDonald Director, The Raid
29. Addison Hehr Addison Hehr Art Director, The Day the Earth Stood Still
30. Sylvester Wiere Sylvester Wiere Actor, Oh, Those Bells Sylvester Wiere was born in Prague, in 1910, into a family having a long tradition in show business. He was the youngest of three brothers. In 1922, at the age of twelve, he and his brothers, Herbert Wiere and Harry Wiere, formed The Wiere Brothers comedy act and began performing in theatres and on stages...
31. Harry Redmond Sr. Harry Redmond Sr. Special Effects, The Princess and the Pirate After working on silents, then Don Juan, the first sound picture, Harry Redmond Sr. came from New York to Los Angeles in 1926. He worked in the special effects department of First National Studio from 1926 to 1930. He moved on to the special effects department at RKO 1931, then became head of special effects department at RKO from 1932 to 1935.
32. Luchi De Jesus Luchi De Jesus Composer, Black Belt Jones
33. Anatol Winogradoff Anatol Winogradoff Actor, Harry and Tonto
34. Rick Kahana Rick Kahana Stunts, Predator 2
35. Marvin Willens Marvin Willens Stunts, It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World Marvin Willens aka Marv was multi-talented - Stuntman/Actor, Body Builder, Painter, Cop. He was a Stuntman/Actor and is a lifetime member of The Stuntmen's Association and the Hollywood Stuntmen's Hall of Fame. He was runner up as Mr. California and during a stuntmen's strike he became a Beverly Hill's cop...
36. Tony Fontane Tony Fontane Self, The Jerry Fielding Show Tony Fontane was born September 18, 1925 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and grew up in North Dakota and Chicago. He escaped the grinding poverty of his youth by joining the Coast Guard in World War II, after which he rose to prominence as a singer in the night clubs of New York. After winning the Major Bowes Original Amateur Hour...
37. Robert Coburn Robert Coburn Camera and Electrical Department, Cover Girl
38. Teddy Phillips Teddy Phillips Composer, Sweet Justice
39. Jack Spicer Jack Spicer Camera and Electrical Department, The Dunwich Horror
40. Philip Caplan Philip Caplan Camera and Electrical Department, Pretty Woman
41. Maria Hart Maria Hart Actress, Cattle Queen
42. Ernie Orsatti Ernie Orsatti Art Department, Sherlock Jr.
43. Richard Morean Richard Morean Writer, John Hus
44. Henry Brock Henry Brock Actor, Raintree County
45. Charles Gerson Charles Gerson Actor, Pop Tuttle's Movie Queen
46. Dick Griffey Dick Griffey Miscellaneous Crew, Nutty Professor II: The Klumps
47. Kurt Neumann Kurt Neumann Actor, Strange Journey
48. Katherine Williams Katherine Williams Actress, Kiss and Make-Up
49. Dan Sonney Dan Sonney Producer, The Flesh Merchant
50. William Magginetti William Magginetti Production Manager, Here's Lucy
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