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1. Carroll O'Connor Carroll O'Connor Actor, Kelly's Heroes Carroll was born in Manhattan and raised in Forest Hills, a community of Queens, New York. After high school in 1942, he joined the Merchant Marines and worked on ships in the Atlantic. In 1946, he enrolled at the University of Montana to study English. While there, he became interested in theater. During one of the amateur productions...
2. Jeff Chandler Jeff Chandler Actor, Broken Arrow Jeff was born in Brooklyn and attended Erasmus High School. After high school, he took a drama course and worked in stock companies for two years. His next role would be that of an officer in World War II. After he was discharged from the service, he became busy acting in radio drama's and comedies until he was signed by Universal...
3. Lucille La Verne Lucille La Verne Actress, Abraham Lincoln A legendary stage actress and character player in early films, Lucille La Verne is one of those forgotten legends that seem to fade as the years go on. But at the time, she was one of the most acclaimed actresses of her generation. Lucille La Verne Mitchum was born in Nashville, Tennessee on November 8...
4. Gail Fisher Gail Fisher Actress, General Hospital A classy, smart-looking, spectacularly beautiful African-American actress who broke racial barriers in 1970s Hollywood but suffered greatly in her private life years after her TV glory days, award-winning actress Gail Fisher was born on August 18, 1935, in Orange, New Jersey, the youngest of five children...
5. Carolyn Craig Carolyn Craig Actress, House on Haunted Hill
6. Tom Conway Tom Conway Actor, 101 Dalmatians Tom Conway played "The Falcon" in ten of that series' entries. He starred in three Val Lewton horror classics. He appeared in comedies, musicals, two Tarzan films and even science fiction films. He was early television's Detective Mark Saber, but Conway will probably be best remembered as George Sanders' brother...
7. Paul Richards Paul Richards Actor, Beneath the Planet of the Apes
8. Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez Actor, Rio Bravo First came to notice as a contestant on Groucho Marx's quiz show, You Bet Your Life. His highly amusing personality won him bit parts in films, and he continued to work as a minor supporting player for years. He is the brother of Jose Gonzales-Gonzales. His most famous role was on John Wayne's movie Rio Bravo.
9. David McLean David McLean Actor, Kingdom of the Spiders Mr. McLean appeared for years on television commercials as the Marlboro Man. After he learned he had cancer, he became an anti-smoking crusader. At a meeting of stockholders of Philip Morris, maker of Marlboro, Mr. McLean asked them to limit their advertising. In addition to this movie credits, Mr. McLean also appeared on the television programmes 'Tate'...
10. Gladys Lloyd Gladys Lloyd Actress, Smart Money
11. Don Kelly Don Kelly Actor, The Hostage Don Kelly was born on March 17, 1924 in New York City, New York, USA as Donald Patrick Kelly to Robert T. Kelly and Rachel Marie Knudsen. He was raised in Brooklyn, New York. Don was an actor, known for Bombers B-52 (1957), Tank Battalion (1958), and The Hostage (1967), his final starring role. The...
12. Dennis Wolfberg Dennis Wolfberg Actor, Genesis: Part 1 - September 13, 1956
13. Douglas Shearer Douglas Shearer Sound Department, The Wizard of Oz Douglas Shearer came to MGM to visit his sister, Norma Shearer, and was hired as an assistant in the camera department. When MGM decided to make sound pictures, Douglas was appointed head of the sound department. In 1928, Douglas took the silent 'White Shadows in the South Seas' to a New Jersey recording studio where he added sound effects and music...
14. Sugar Ray Robinson Sugar Ray Robinson Self, Sugar Ray Robinson vs. Randolph Turpin Born Walker Smith, Jr., he borrowed the name of a fighter named Ray Robinson to box as an amateur so his mother wouldn't find out. Undefeated as an amateur boxer, 85-0, with 69 knockouts, 42 of them in the first round. Turned pro in 1940 and won his first 40 fights. Lost his first fight by decision to Jake LaMotta...
15. Helena Carter Helena Carter Actress, Invaders from Mars Helena Carter was born into a family of Irish origin. As she was studing English Literature at the Columbia University Graduate School -- to get teacher's diploma -- she began to work as a model for Conover fashion-house. So, the photographer Dick Isaacs transformed her into a cover-girl. Then, movie producer Leonard Goldstein (of Universal-International) offered her a contract as an actress...
16. Bruno VeSota Bruno VeSota Actor, Dementia Tubby 5' 10 1/2" character actor Bruno VeSota had a remarkably long, varied and impressive career acting and directing in the mediums of stage, radio, movies and television. He was born Bruno William VeSota on March 25th, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois. He was the second of three sons born to Lithuanian immigrants Kasmir and Eleanora VeSota...
17. Sheldon Allman Sheldon Allman Actor, Hud
18. Verree Teasdale Verree Teasdale Actress, A Midsummer Night's Dream Teasdale trained for the stage at the New York School of Expression. Acting on the stage from 1924, and after appearing in the stage play "The Constant Wife" with Ethel Barrymore in 1927, Teasdale was offered a film contract. In films, she often played society wives, the 'other woman' and second leads in comedies...
19. Joan Tabor Joan Tabor Actress, The Case of the Dubious Bridegroom
20. Dale Ishimoto Dale Ishimoto Actor, Beverly Hills Ninja
21. Wilson Wood Wilson Wood Actor, The Barkleys of Broadway
22. Lee Phelps Lee Phelps Actor, Anna Christie
23. Fred Karlin Fred Karlin Composer, Westworld
24. Robert McWade Robert McWade Actor, Grand Hotel General-purpose actor, with stage experience, in US films of the 30's.
25. Joseph H. August Joseph H. August Cinematographer, They Were Expendable Renowned cinematographer Joseph August began his film career not as a cameraman but as a wrangler--he was born and raised in Colorado--at Inceville, the studio begun by pioneering producer/director Thomas H. Ince. He soon switched careers, becoming an assistant to cinematographer Ray C. Smallwood. He shot his first film...
26. Lenita Lane Lenita Lane Actress, The Bat
27. Miliza Korjus Miliza Korjus Soundtrack, The Great Waltz Miliza's father was Arthur Korjus, a lieutenant colonel in the Imperial Russian Army and later Chief of Staff to the War Minister of Estonia. The Estonian branch of her family was of Swedish descent, having settled in Estonia during the middle of the seventeenth century when the country was ruled by Sweden...
28. James Cleveland James Cleveland Soundtrack, Mississippi Burning
29. Cotton Warburton Cotton Warburton Editor, Mary Poppins Cotton Warburton is the great great uncle of author and filmmaker Dustin Warburton. Irvine "Cotton" Warburton (born October 8, 1911 in San Diego and died April 21, 1982 in Culver City, CA) was an All-American college quarterback (1933) who became a film editor; he won an Academy Award for his work on Mary Poppins in 1964...
30. Thelma Hill Thelma Hill Actress, Two Tars Thelma Hill was born Thelma Floy Hillerman in Emporia, Kansas on December 12, 1906. When she was seven her father Clifford, a musician, passed away. A few years later Thelma and her mother Gussie moved to California. They lived just a few blocks from the Mack Sennett studios. Thelma dreamed of becoming an actress and hung around by the gates trying to getting noticed...
31. Joan Blair Joan Blair Actress, Scooper Dooper
32. Sybil Seely Sybil Seely Actress, One Week
33. J. Lewis Smith J. Lewis Smith Actor, To Please a Lady
34. Barney Bigard Barney Bigard Soundtrack, Red Dragon Barney Bigard was educated at Straight College, and was a clarinetist in Duke Ellington's orchestra, 1928-1942, and was also with King Oliver, Charlie Elgar, Luis Russell, Freddie Slack, Kid Ory, and the Louis Armstrong All-Star Concert Group, touring worldwide, 1947-1955. He led his own sextet, and toured Europe and Africa for the State Department...
35. Charles Eastman Charles Eastman Writer, Little Fauss and Big Halsy
36. Dona Massin Dona Massin Actress, The Wizard of Oz
37. Thelma Morgan Thelma Morgan Actress, Any Woman
38. Herbert W. Spencer Herbert W. Spencer Music Department, Star Wars
39. June Carroll June Carroll Soundtrack, An Angel Comes to Brooklyn Songwriter ("Love Is a Simple Thing") and author, educated at Hollywood High School in California. She wrote songs for films and for the Broadway revues "Who's Who", "New Faces of 1952", and "New Faces of 1956". Joining ASCAP in 1952, her chief musical collaborators include Arthur Siegel and Richard Lewine...
40. Marion Bell Marion Bell Actress, Ziegfeld Follies Actress-singer, who portrayed Fiona MacLaren in the original Broadway production of Lerner & Loewe's `Brigadoon' (1947). In the film Ziegfeld Follies, she sang a duet with the Metropolitan Opera tenor 'James Melton'.
41. Saul David Saul David Producer, Logan's Run
42. Svetla Krasteva Svetla Krasteva Stunts, Titanic
43. Jeremiah Morris Jeremiah Morris Director, Strike: Part 1
44. Peggy Ahern Peggy Ahern Actress, Olympic Games
45. Bud Pollard Bud Pollard Director, The Road to Hollywood
46. Jimmy Hayes Jimmy Hayes Actor, Tea and Sympathy
47. Howard Greer Howard Greer Costume Designer, Bringing Up Baby A graduate from the University of Nebraska in 1916, Greer, like fellow costume designer Robert Kalloch, served his early career at the fashion house of Lady Duff Gordon (Lucile), before moving on to Paris. There, he worked for the British designer Edward Henry Molyneux (1891-1974) at 14 Rue Royale...
48. Lori Bara Lori Bara Writer, Hate in Paradise
49. Dudley Field Malone Dudley Field Malone Actor, Mission to Moscow Dudley Field Malone has served as William Jennings Bryan's Third Assistant Secretary when the Great Commoner was Woodrow Wilson's Secretary of State. After that Malone was an international divorce lawyer. In 1925 Malone was one of the lawyers who defended John T. Scopes in the famous "Monkey Trial"...
50. John Power John Power Actor, The Moonstone
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