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1. Ruth Roman Ruth Roman Actress, Strangers on a Train Ruth Roman was born in Lynn, Massachusetts, the youngest of three daughters of Lithuanian-Jewish parents, Mary Pauline (Gold) and Abraham Roman. Her father, a carnival barker, died when she was a small child, forcing her mother to support the family by working as a waitress and cleaning woman. Ruth grew up in the poor tenement district of Boston...
2. William Boyd William Boyd Actor, Hopalong Cassidy The son of a day laborer, William Boyd moved with his family to Tulsa, Oklahoma, when he was seven. His parents died while he was in his early teens, forcing him to quit school and take such jobs as a grocery clerk, surveyor and oil field worker. He went to Hollywood in 1919, already gray-haired. His first role was as an extra in Cecil B. DeMille's Why Change Your Wife?...
3. Harriet Hilliard Harriet Hilliard Actress, The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet Harriet Nelson will always have a secure place alongside Barbara Billingsley and Jane Wyatt in the "TV's Golden Age Mom Hall of Fame." For fourteen years, she, husband Ozzie Nelson, and their two boys, David Nelson and Ricky Nelson, were the quintessential role models of the '50s ideal nuclear family...
4. Leon Ames Leon Ames Actor, Meet Me in St. Louis Leon Ames was born Harry Wycoff in Portland, Indiana, to Cora Alice (DeMoss) and Charles Elmer Wycoff. He had always wanted to be an actor and he did it the hard way, serving a long apprenticeship in touring amateur theatre companies, even selling shoes for a while on 42nd Street in the 1920's. It took him until 1933 to make his debut on Broadway...
5. Chick Chandler Chick Chandler Actor, Soldiers of Fortune
6. Slim Summerville Slim Summerville Actor, All Quiet on the Western Front Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1892, rustic-looking George "Slim" Summerville possessed one of those malleable mugs that made you laugh even before he opened his mouth. Young Slim ran away from home as a youth and lived a rather wanderlust life until a chance meeting with Mack Sennett through his comedian friend Edgar Kennedy changed everything...
7. Bobs Watson Bobs Watson Actor, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? A Hollywood child who first appeared on the screen as a babe in arms, Watson is best known as "Pee Wee" from BOYS TOWN. Later, Watson entered the Claremont School of Theology and later pastored in Burbank and La Canada.
8. John Eldredge John Eldredge Actor, Meet Corliss Archer
9. Barbara Read Barbara Read Actress, Make Way for Tomorrow
10. Joyce Mathews Joyce Mathews Actress, Boy Trouble
11. Eric Linden Eric Linden Actor, Gone with the Wind Fair-haired, youthfully handsome Swedish-American actor Eric Linden, who enjoyed pre-Code, Depression-era Hollywood stardom in boyish leads, was discovered for films by director Wesley Ruggles when Ruggles cast the New York-based actor in a lead role in the film Are These Our Children. Born in New York City...
12. Harvey Bullock Harvey Bullock Writer, The Andy Griffith Show
13. Forrester Harvey Forrester Harvey Actor, Rebecca
14. Virginia Brown Faire Virginia Brown Faire Actress, West of the Divide
15. Charles Henderson Charles Henderson Music Department, Bambi Songwriter ("Deep Night"), composer, conductor, pianist, arranger and author, educated at Roxbury Latin School and Harvard University (cum laude), BA, and a student of Walter Piston, Ernst Toch, and Victor Bay. He was a pianist, arranger and vocal arranger for orchestras, musicals and radio. Between 1949 and 1951 he was a composer...
16. George Beranger George Beranger Actor, Broken Blossoms or The Yellow Man and the Girl
17. Margaret Early Margaret Early Actress, Jezebel An Alabama native she made a name for herself playing good girl roles in the 1940s. The middle of six children she was born in Birmingham, Alabama on Christmas Day 1919 to William and Gladys Early, both of whom had originally come from Montgomery. She was raised on the family chicken farm rooted in home-sprung tradition and religious faith...
18. Harry Varteresian Harry Varteresian Actor, Get Smart
19. Leo K. Kuter Leo K. Kuter Art Director, Rio Bravo
20. Eric Berry Eric Berry Actor, The Red Shoes
21. Jack Norworth Jack Norworth Soundtrack, The Princess Bride
22. Merritt B. Gerstad Merritt B. Gerstad Cinematographer, A Night at the Opera
23. Anthony Carras Anthony Carras Editor, The Comedy of Terrors
24. Lule Warrenton Lule Warrenton Actress, The Great Fear
25. John Holland John Holland Actor, Defenders of the Law
26. Ena Gregory Ena Gregory Actress, The Soilers
27. Bob Henry Bob Henry Producer, Flip
28. Richard Kean Richard Kean Actor, The Ten Commandments
29. Marta Mitrovich Marta Mitrovich Actress, The Unfaithful
30. William S. Darling William S. Darling Art Director, The Song of Bernadette Hungarian-born Wilmos Bela Sandorhaji arrived in the U.S. in 1910, with qualifications from the Royal Academy of Art in Budapest and the Ecole de Beaux Arts in Paris. He enjoyed his first success as a portrait painter in New York, prior to the outbreak of World War I. By the time he relocated to Hollywood ten years later...
31. Carl Crow Carl Crow Actor, G.I. Blues Carl attended The Pasadena Playhouse of Theatre Arts in 1955 and 1956 on a scholarship funded by the late character actress, Florence Bates.
32. Reg Allen Reg Allen Set Decorator, The Pink Panther
33. Lila Zali Lila Zali Actress, An American in Paris
34. Theodore Taylor Theodore Taylor Writer, The Maldonado Miracle Theodore Taylor started his career as a copy boy for the Portsmouth (Virginia) "Star". He served during World War II and the Korean War as a press aide in the U.S. Navy. Taylor also worked in public relations and as a ghost writer for Jerry Lewis. He is best known as a writer of fiction for young people...
35. Joseph Jackson Joseph Jackson Writer, Is Everybody Happy?
36. Shadow Morton Shadow Morton Soundtrack, Goodfellas
37. Dave Monahan Dave Monahan Writer, Tortoise Beats Hare Monahan was one of the first gag writers at Leon Schlesinger's cartoon factory to receive screen credit. His initial tenure at Warner Brothers spanned the period from 1938 to 1942, during which he toiled on several of the early Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies entries for Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny (including the odd classic...
38. Andrew J. Kuehn Andrew J. Kuehn Director, Get Bruce
39. Robert Warnes Leach Robert Warnes Leach Miscellaneous Crew, Men Into Space
40. George Russell George Russell Producer, Long Pig
41. Leicester Wagner Leicester Wagner Actor, The Artist's Sons Leicester Wagner was a Los Angeles newspaperman who occasionally took bit parts in silent films. He was a press agent during the silent era and later in the 1930s for 20th Century-Fox. He was the son of silent film director and magazine publisher Rob Wagner. He was the cousin of actor Max Wagner, cameraman Blake Wagner and screenwriter Jack Wagner...
42. William T. Crespinel William T. Crespinel Miscellaneous Crew, The Enchanted Forest
43. Lowell Barrington Lowell Barrington Writer, Adam's Woman
44. Marshall Stedman Marshall Stedman Actor, The Mantle of Red Evans
45. Stanley Dudelson Stanley Dudelson Producer, A Nightmare on Elm Street
46. Don Johnson Don Johnson Actor, Shomuni
47. William Carey William Carey Actor, At Your Service
48. Charles Compton Charles Compton Actor, The Stroke Oar
49. Max Rabinowitz Max Rabinowitz Music Department, Ben-Hur
50. Maude Gilbert Maude Gilbert Actress, A Gilded Fool
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