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1. Hubert Gregg Hubert Gregg Writer, Three Men in a Boat
2. Simon Oates Simon Oates Actor, Doomwatch
3. Derek Ware Derek Ware Stunts, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
4. Violet Farebrother Violet Farebrother Actress, Easy Virtue
5. Joe Black Joe Black Actor, Shillingbury Tales
6. Val Gielgud Val Gielgud Writer, Danger in Paris
7. Geoffrey Parsons Geoffrey Parsons Soundtrack, 127 Hours Geoffrey Parsons was an English lyricist most famous for writing the lyrics for "Smile", a song that is generally associated with the great Charlie Chaplin. Parsons worked at the Peter Maurice Music Company which was run by James Phillips (aka John Turner). The PMMC was especially known for adapting foreign songs into the English Language...
8. Derek Elphinstone Derek Elphinstone Actor, The Four Feathers
9. Patricia Kneale Patricia Kneale Actress, A for Andromeda
10. Edith Gey Edith Gey Actress, The Masque of the Red Death
11. Fyfe Robertson Fyfe Robertson Actor, What a Whopper
12. Hatton Duprez Hatton Duprez Actor, Adventures of the Sea Hawk
13. Edward Percy Edward Percy Writer, Design for Murder
14. Marjorie Gordon Marjorie Gordon Actress, The Front Page
15. Basil Emmott Basil Emmott Cinematographer, The Phantom Fiend
16. Russ Conway Russ Conway Music Department, Meet the Wife
17. Gerald Butler Gerald Butler Writer, Third Time Lucky
18. Pauline Williams Pauline Williams Actress, A Spy at Evening
19. Stuart Wickison Stuart Wickison Self, The Boy Who Can Never Grow Old
20. Norman Ginsbury Norman Ginsbury Writer, Alfred Hitchcock Presents
21. Stanley Lathbury Stanley Lathbury Actor, The Temporary Widow
22. Christopher D'Oyly John Christopher D'Oyly John Production Manager, Poldark
23. Sidney Torch Sidney Torch Music Department, The Green Finger Leading composer-conductor of familiar orchestral music and a famed British organist. Born of Russian parents at 27 Tottenham Court in London, his father, Morris Torchinsky, was a professional trombonist and encouraged his son to excel. Sidney studied piano at the Blackheath Conservatoire, then became accompanist to violinist Albert Sandler and an organist at cinemas including the Regal...
24. Doreen Duke Doreen Duke Actress, Lady Luck
25. Colin Pilditch Colin Pilditch Actor, Mystery and Imagination
26. Malcolm Vaughan Malcolm Vaughan Actor, Bedelia
27. Roy Galloway Roy Galloway Actor, Vampire in Brooklyn
28. Harry Geldard Harry Geldard Actor, While the Sun Shines
29. Kenneth Strong Kenneth Strong Self, The World at War
30. Malcolm Goddard Malcolm Goddard Actor, Giselle
31. Larry Jay Larry Jay Actor, Give Me the Stars
32. Barbara Valerie Barbara Valerie Actress, Black Sheep of Whitehall
33. Cyril Connolly Cyril Connolly Writer, Dig This Rhubarb
34. Henry Stamper Henry Stamper Actor, The Avengers
35. Annie Castledine Annie Castledine Director, The Sherman Plays
36. John D. Merriman John D. Merriman Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, A Hard Day's Night
37. Antony Viccars Antony Viccars Actor, Danger Man
38. Frank Bridge Frank Bridge Composer, Clouds of Glory
39. Cecil Barry Cecil Barry Actor, Love's Option
40. Edna Healey Edna Healey Self, The Sunday Programme
41. Eric Lugg Eric Lugg Actor, The Captain's Table
42. Douglas Gordon Douglas Gordon Actor, Tally Ho!
43. Allan Morrison Allan Morrison Sound Department, Charade
44. Hilda Meacham Hilda Meacham Actress, Our House
45. Rupert Siddons Rupert Siddons Actor, Without Witness
46. Roger Jacombs Roger Jacombs Actor, Doctor Who
47. Norman Gryspeerdt Norman Gryspeerdt Camera and Electrical Department, Z.P.G.
48. Lena Maitland Lena Maitland Actress, Money Talks
49. Kurt Lewenhak Kurt Lewenhak Writer, Wings of Mystery
50. Brian Herbert Brian Herbert Art Director, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
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