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1. Patrick Cranshaw Patrick Cranshaw Actor, Bubble Boy
2. Bob Wills Bob Wills Soundtrack, A Perfect World Bob Wills, fiddler and band leader of Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys, was an influential developer of the western swing music style in the late 1930s through the 1940s. Recorded extensively for Columbia, Decca, MGM and others. Hit recordings included "San Antonio Rose, " "Faded Love, " and "Steel Guitar Rag." He was inducted into Country Music Hall of Fame in 1968...
3. Lillian Moore Lillian Moore Actress, Sons of the Desert
4. Van Cliburn Van Cliburn Self, Carnegie Hall Salutes Jack Benny Van Cliburn was born Harvey Lavan Cliburn, Jr. on July 12, 1934, in Shreveport, Louisiana, USA. His mother, named Rildia Bee O'Bryan, had been taught piano by Arthur Friedheim, a pupil of Franz Liszt. Cliburn began taking piano lessons at the age of three from his mother, who was strict and demanded perfection...
5. Vainus Rackstraw Vainus Rackstraw Actor, Dolemite
6. Peggy Connelly Peggy Connelly Actress, Houseboat
7. Andy Irons Andy Irons Self, Blue Horizon
8. Edwin Owens Edwin Owens Actor, General Hospital
9. Ben Hogan Ben Hogan Self, Ben Hogan
10. Jerry Russell Jerry Russell Actor, Hagane no renkinjutsushi
11. Catherine Moylan Catherine Moylan Actress, Any Old Port
12. Keith Kjornes Keith Kjornes Writer, The Devil's Tomb
13. Bill Camfield Bill Camfield Actor, Slam Bang Theater Born in Mineral Wells, Texas, Bill Camfield graduated from Texas Christian University in 1955. Working at Leonard's department store, a friend suggested he try out for some work at Fort Worth's KFJZ-TV Channel 11 (Now KTVT). Camfield wrote, produced and starred in commercials for the station clients...
14. Mary Parker Mary Parker Actress, Marie Green and Her Merry Men Mary "Punkins" Parker was born in 1918 in Fort Worth Texas. She was discovered as part of a Paramount Pictures search for beauty contest-considered one of the top 10 most beautiful girls in the country. Prior to that, Punkins had been on the radio, and was a talented dancer. She appeared in a few movies for Paramount...
15. Pat Boyette Pat Boyette Writer, The Dungeon of Harrow After making only a few low-budget cult movies, Pat Boyette abandoned filmmaking to pursue a successful career as a cartoonist and comic-book artist.
16. Chester Bayhi Chester Bayhi Set Decorator, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
17. Raymond Buck Raymond Buck Self, Biography
18. Ivy Livingston Ivy Livingston Actress, Josselyn's Wife
19. Janet Collins Janet Collins Actress, Flamingo
20. Bette Nesmith Graham Bette Nesmith Graham
21. Vernon Castle Vernon Castle Writer, The Whirl of Life Vernon Castle and his wife Irene Castle were the best known ballroom dancers of the early 20th Century. Beginning about 1914 they operated several clubs and studios in the New York City area, toured the country dancing, and were able to charge as much as a thousand dollars an hour for lessons. From 1906 through 1913 he appeared in nine Broadway musicals: "The Sunshine Girl"...
22. Bud Hibbs Bud Hibbs Self, Maxed Out: Hard Times, Easy Credit and the Era of Predatory Lenders
23. Alfred Jones Alfred Jones Actor, MASH
24. David Carb David Carb Writer, Chatterbox
25. Jack McGee Jack McGee Actor, Best Foot Forward
26. Ralph Malone Ralph Malone Actor, Woman Trap
27. George Tregre George Tregre Producer, Stepsisters
28. Richard C. Leach Richard C. Leach Production Manager, Barney & Friends
29. Wanda Puryear Wanda Puryear Actress, BackPage
30. Leo Vroman Leo Vroman Self, Zintuigen zijn de voetjes van de ziel
31. Mike Scaccia Mike Scaccia Self, Ministry: In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up
32. Geoffrey Alan Geoffrey Alan Actor, The Red Danube
33. Bobby Bragan Bobby Bragan Self, Signs of the Time
34. Faye Williams Faye Williams Actress, Uncivil War Birds
35. José Feghali José Feghali Self, The Cliburn: 50 Years of Gold
36. John Howard Griffin John Howard Griffin Writer, Black Like Me
37. Johnny Duncan Johnny Duncan Soundtrack, Any Which Way You Can
38. Jim Wright Jim Wright Self, Rayburn: Mr. Speaker
39. Byron Daniel Bishop Byron Daniel Bishop Actor, In the Name of the Brotherhood
40. Peanuts Hucko Peanuts Hucko Self, Jazz on a Summer's Day
41. Ray Renfro Ray Renfro Self, 1957 NFL Championship Game
42. Josh McCormick Josh McCormick Actor, Time Tracers
43. Jose Feghali Jose Feghali Music Department, Qwerty
44. Doris Ann Doris Ann Producer, As We with Candles Do
45. Allen Laurence Allen Laurence Actor, Hayseeds and Scalawags
46. Davey O'Brien Davey O'Brien Self, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles
47. Lea Boysen Lea Boysen Self, Nova
48. James A. Healy James A. Healy Miscellaneous Crew, Wings
49. Floyd Gentry Floyd Gentry Art Department, Born on the Fourth of July
50. Grant Feasel Grant Feasel Self, 1983 NFL Draft
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