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1. Owen Hart Owen Hart Self, Hitman Hart: Wrestling with Shadows Owen Hart was one of twelve children from a legendary Canadian wrestling family. His brother Bret is also one of the most well known wrestlers of all time. Owen was one of the best wrestlers in the business and his major accomplishments include being the 1994 King of the Ring, former Intercontinental Champion(2)...
2. Peg Hillias Peg Hillias Actress, A Streetcar Named Desire
3. Fats Waller Fats Waller Soundtrack, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Thomas Waller was born in 1904. He was one of the most important pianist in the history of jazz. He studied piano with James P. Johnson, one of the masters of the stride piano in the 1920s. Fats began recording his first piano solos in 1923. He worked in the revue "Hot Chocolates" in the late 1920s as a composer...
4. Patricia Ellis Patricia Ellis Actress, Block-Heads Patricia Ellis called herself "the Queen of B pictures at Warner Brothers". With only three years of theatrical experience in New York under her belt, she started in films in 1932. Alongside other ladies considered to have potential (such as Ginger Rogers and Mary Carlisle), Patricia was selected as a WAMPAS (Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers) baby star...
5. Harry S. Truman Harry S. Truman Self, Universal Newsreel
6. DeWolf Hopper Sr. DeWolf Hopper Sr. Actor, Don Quixote Best-known for performing the most popular baseball poem, "Casey at the Bat." Filmed as one of the first talkies, 5 years before The Jazz Singer, Casey at the Bat, was included in Ken Burns' Baseball. Hopper, a fervent New York Giant fan, first performed the then-unknown poem to the Giants and Chicago Cubs...
7. Al Christy Al Christy Actor, When Harry Met Sally...
8. Eddie Foy Eddie Foy Actor, A Favorite Fool American stage actor, musical comedy star, and vaudevillian who was a legendary figure of his time and who fathered a family of performers who went on to notable careers in motion pictures. Born Edward Fitzgerald at 23 8th Avenue in New York City, March 9, 1856, to an Irish-immigrant tailor, Richard Fitzgerald...
9. Dennis Allen Dennis Allen Actor, Love and the Particular Girl/Love and the Fountain of Youth/Love and the House Bachelor/Love and the Waitress
10. Myrtle Vail Myrtle Vail Actress, The Little Shop of Horrors
11. T. Max Graham T. Max Graham Actor, Eraserhead T Max Graham's broad range and distinctive voice have served him well over the years. His motion picture career began with David Lynch's cult classic Eraserhead and has continued through director Kevin Willmott's upcoming independent feature Bunker Hill, in which Max appears alongside James McDaniel (NYPD Blue) and Saeed Jaffrey (Gandhi)...
12. Leroy 'Satchel' Paige Leroy 'Satchel' Paige Writer, Don't Look Back: The Story of Leroy 'Satchel' Paige
13. B.B. Andersen B.B. Andersen Self, Survivor: The Reunion
14. Doug Scott Doug Scott Actor, The Day After Doug Scott lived in Kansas City, MO all his life. He attended Catholic Schools. It was during this time he became an actor. After a very short stint in acting, Doug Scott attended and graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In addition to his two (TV Movie) acting credits, he appeared in many national and local (Kansas City) T.V...
15. Art Ellison Art Ellison Actor, Carnival of Souls Art Ellison was born in 1899 in Potsdam, New York, and moved in 1914 with his family to Kansas City, Missouri. At the age of 18, he went to work at the Kansas City Power and Light Company (KCP&L) where he was employed in the credit department until he retired in 1966. Ellison got his first acting role in 1924...
16. James Lantz James Lantz Actor, The Delinquents
17. Buck O'Neil Buck O'Neil Self, Crossing White Lines As a boy near Sarasota, Florida, Buck O'Neil hung around the New York Yankees spring training camps, and occasionally would be allowed inside to see them play. However, as a young black boy in 1920s America, O'Neil had no chance to play baseball in the major leagues. Nevertheless, he started out as a first baseman with the Kansas City Monarchs in the Negro Leagues...
18. Myra Taylor Myra Taylor Actress, Suspect Myra's family moved when she a child to Kansas City, Missouri. At age 14, she got her start as a dancer then as a singer in the area of 12th and Vine and later 18th and Vine. In 1937 she moved to Chicago but returned to Kansas City in 1940 where she joined Harlan Leonard's band. After a lengthy NY engagement at Harlem's Golden Gate Ballroom...
19. Byron Shores Byron Shores Actor, The Major and the Minor
20. Jan Tice Jan Tice Actress, Midnight Cowboy
21. Muriel Finley Muriel Finley Actress, Sin Takes a Holiday
22. Hilton Smith Hilton Smith Self, Negro Leagues Baseball
23. Skip Thomas Skip Thomas Self, Super Bowl XI
24. Mac Dre Mac Dre Actor, Cutting Room!
25. Willis Draffen Jr. Willis Draffen Jr. Self, Train Ride to Hollywood
26. Julia Lee Julia Lee Soundtrack, Life
27. Buck Buchanan Buck Buchanan Self, Super Bowl IV
28. Maria P. Williams Maria P. Williams Director, Flames of Wrath Maria P. Williams was a Kansas City schoolteacher who entered the political arena in the 1890s as a lecturer who traveled through the state of Kansas giving speeches for political candidates and delivering lectures on the "topics of the day." From 1891 to 1894, she was editor-in-chief of a weekly newspaper in Kansas City...
29. Jay McShann Jay McShann Soundtrack, American Splendor Blues musician Jay McShann was born in Muskogee, OK, in 1916. As a young man he taught himself to play the piano. At 20 years of age he moved to Kansas City, MO, and secured gigs playing in the city's jazz clubs and lounges. He normally played with a quartet, but in 1938 he expanded that to a seven-piece band...
30. Meta Rebner Meta Rebner Miscellaneous Crew, The Graduate
31. Regina Cohee Regina Cohee Actress, The Lure of a Woman
32. Tom Boutross Tom Boutross Editor, The Hideous Sun Demon Born in Kansas City, Missouri, Tom Boutross co-directed the 1959 sci-fi drama The Hideous Sun Demon. He subsequently worked for many years on TV's Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color under its new title "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color." Boutross spent most of his career as an editor, beginning in with the aforementioned The Hideous Sun Demon and ending with Dark Before Dawn.
33. Erica Green Erica Green Uncategorised
34. Nelle Richmond Eberhart Nelle Richmond Eberhart Soundtrack, Good Old Days Part II Lyricist, author and songwriter ("At Dawning", "From the Land of the Sky-Blue Water") and teacher, who taught school in Nebraska. She joined ASCAP in 1927, and her chief musical collaborator was Charles Wakefield Cadman. Her other popular-song compositions include "From Wigwam to Tepee" and "I Hear a Thrush at Eve".
35. Don Roberts Don Roberts Actor, Ghost-Town Gold
36. Joseph Levering Joseph Levering Director, Back to the Farm
37. James P. Hosty James P. Hosty Self, Peter Jennings Reporting: The Kennedy Assassination - Beyond Conspiracy
38. Lenny Sullivan Lenny Sullivan Miscellaneous Crew, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: Live in Barcelona
39. Ada Brown Ada Brown Actress, Stormy Weather
40. Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Self, 1972 NBA All-Star Game
41. Dick Howser Dick Howser Self, 1986 MLB All-Star Game
42. Maurice Prather Maurice Prather Cinematographer, Carnival of Souls
43. Meta Carpenter Meta Carpenter Miscellaneous Crew, The Maltese Falcon
44. Charles Earland Charles Earland Music Department, Dynamite Brothers
45. Charles Allen Charles Allen Actor, In the Depths of Our Hearts
46. Richard Bulkeley Richard Bulkeley Director, #Bfl O (ggGX /STwWcfl xZs 4
47. Casey Bill Weldon Casey Bill Weldon Soundtrack, Life
48. Leonard Belove Leonard Belove Actor, The Delinquents
49. Elmer C. Rhoden Jr. Elmer C. Rhoden Jr. Producer, The Delinquents
50. Anna Kelson Anna Kelson Actress, Flames of Wrath
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