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1. Jack Albertson Jack Albertson Actor, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory A former song-and-dance man and veteran of vaudeville, burlesque and Broadway, Jack Albertson is best known to audiences as "The Man" in the TV series Chico and the Man, for which he won an Emmy. In 1968 Albertson, the brother of actress Mabel Albertson, won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in The Subject Was Roses, a part which also won him the Tony award during its Broadway run.
2. Robert Pastorelli Robert Pastorelli Actor, Dances with Wolves Beefy, roughhewn actor Robert Pastorelli was a former boxer and an admitted drug addict before he cleaned up his act and pursued theater work in New York in such 1970s productions as "Rebel Without a Cause," "The Rainmaker," and "Death of a Salesman," he headed west and turned to film and TV in 1982...
3. Beverly Garland Beverly Garland Actress, D.O.A. Born in Santa Cruz, California, Beverly Garland studied dramatics under Anita Arliss, the sister of renowned stage and screen star George Arliss. She acted in little theater in Glendale then in Phoenix after her family relocated to Arizona. Garland also worked in radio and appeared scantily clad in a few risqué shorts before making her feature film debut in a supporting part in D.O.A....
4. Russ Meyer Russ Meyer Director, Up! Russell Albion Meyer was born in San Leandro, California, to Lydia Lucinda (Hauck), a nurse, and William Arthur Meyer, a police officer, who divorced during his childhood. His parents were both of German descent. Meyer began winning prizes at 15 with his amateur films. He spent World War II in Europe as a combat cameraman...
5. Gore Vidal Gore Vidal Writer, Caligula Eugene Louis Vidal was born in 1925 in West Point, New York, to Nina (Gore) and West Point aeronautics instructor Eugene Luther Vidal. The Vidals endured a rocky marriage divorcing ten years after Gore's birth. Young Gore spent much of his childhood with his blind grandfather, Senator T.P. Gore of Oklahoma...
6. Stanley Kamel Stanley Kamel Actor, Domino Stanley Kamel was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey on January 1, 1943 and was raised in South River, New Jersey. He attended school at Rutgers Prepatory School in Somerset, New Jersey and graduated from Boston University School of Fine Arts in 1965. Kamel got his start in acting with bit parts off-Broadway before his big break into television playing Eric Peters on Days of Our Lives in the 1970s...
7. Royce D. Applegate Royce D. Applegate Actor, O Brother, Where Art Thou?
8. Frank Zappa Frank Zappa Soundtrack, Baby Snakes Of all the qualities that typified Frank Zappa, perhaps the most striking is that he was a paradox. A workaholic perfectionist rock star who eschewed the hippie culture of the 1960s, deploring its conformism, spurious ideals and drug use, Zappa was not only a brilliant rock guitarist but an orchestral composer...
9. Sean McClory Sean McClory Actor, The Quiet Man Sean McClory was born in Dublin, Ireland, but spent his early life in Galway. He was the son of Hugh Patrick, an architect and civil engineer, and Mary Margaret Ball, who had been a model. Sean decided to become an actor and joined Dublin's renowned Abbey Theater (also known as the National Theater of Ireland...
10. Carl Ballantine Carl Ballantine Actor, Susan's Plan Part of the motley crew commandeered by Ernest Borgnine on the popular 1960s TV series McHale's Navy, tall, gangly, beady-eyed, bulb-nosed comic actor Carl Ballantine was better known in other ports as the ultimate "magician". Billed as "The Amazing Ballantine," "The Great Ballantine" and "Ballantine: The World's Greatest Magician" during his long career...
11. Venita Wolf Venita Wolf Actress, The Squire of Gothos
12. Curtis Harrington Curtis Harrington Director, Night Tide Curtis Harrington was an excellent and shamefully underrated writer and director who specialized in marvelously offbeat and atmospheric low-budget independent horror pictures. Harrington was born on September 17, 1926, in Los Angeles and grew up in Beaumont, California. A hardcore film buff from a very young age...
13. Christopher Cary Christopher Cary Actor, Watchers
14. Fred Myrow Fred Myrow Composer, Soylent Green Composer Fred Myrow was born on July 16, 1939 in Brooklyn, New York. His grandfather was music publishing giant, producer and manager Irving Mills and his father was noted composer Josef Myrow (he wrote the popular hit song "You Make Me Feel So Young"). He moved to Hollywood, California at age six....
15. Guy Standing Guy Standing Actor, The Lives of a Bengal Lancer Sir Guy, an actor of prominence in British and American theater, lent his genteel presence to some 19 Paramount features of the mid-1930's.
16. Juli Andelman Juli Andelman Actress, Mean Streets
17. Bernard Gordon Bernard Gordon Writer, 55 Days at Peking
18. Jack Dougherty Jack Dougherty Actor, Haunted Island
19. Lew Morphy Lew Morphy Actor, Son of Paleface
20. Don J. Bassman Don J. Bassman Sound Department, Die Hard
21. Harry Redmond Jr. Harry Redmond Jr. Special Effects, The Princess and the Pirate
22. Carl Braunger Carl Braunger Art Director, Paint Your Wagon
23. Esme Chandlee Esme Chandlee Miscellaneous Crew, Opening Night
24. Dorothea Holt Dorothea Holt Art Department, Road to Bali
25. Laura Archera Huxley Laura Archera Huxley Self, Aldous Huxley: Darkness and Light
26. Mike Chevalier Mike Chevalier Camera and Electrical Department, Superman
27. Paul Wurtzel Paul Wurtzel Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Pilot
28. Norman Chandler Fox Norman Chandler Fox Writer, The Gimp
28 names.