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1. Henry Gibson Henry Gibson Actor, Wedding Crashers Henry Gibson was born on 21 September 1935 in Germantown, Pennsylvnia. Before appearing in films and television series, he was a child star on the stage during the 1940s and during the late 1950s he was an intelligence officer in the U.S. Air Force. His screen debut came in 1963 when he was cast in the Jerry Lewis film The Nutty Professor...
2. Richard Hillman Richard Hillman Actor, Bring It On
3. Michael D. Moore Michael D. Moore Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Raiders of the Lost Ark
4. Fay Spain Fay Spain Actress, The Godfather: Part II She was your typical B-movie drive-in bad girl - sometimes blonde, sometimes brunette, always bodacious. A tease, a taunter and a temptress throughout most her career, Fay Spain was born in Phoenix, Arizona, in 1932. She headed to New York where she initially found summer stock work and a bit of television exposure...
5. Dennis Stewart Dennis Stewart Actor, Grease
6. Margaret Field Margaret Field Actress, The Man from Planet X Born Margaret Morlan, for three decades she was featured in films and television under the name Margaret Field and was the mother of two-time Oscar winner actress Sally Field. During World War II, she moved to Pasadena, California, was discovered by a talent scout, took a screen test and was signed to a contract by Paramount Pictures...
7. Charlotte Greenwood Charlotte Greenwood Actress, Oklahoma! Charlotte Greenwood was born Frances Charlotte Greenwood on June 25, 1890, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was a sickly child and her father left the family when she was very young. Charlotte grew into a healthy, six foot tall woman. She started her career dancing in vaudeville where she became known for her long legs...
8. Bill Baldwin Bill Baldwin Actor, Rocky
9. Roger Torrey Roger Torrey Actor, Iron Horse
10. Herbert Rudley Herbert Rudley Actor, The Mothers-In-Law A former Philadelphian, Herbert Rudley left Temple University at the end of his second year, journeyed to New York and won a scholarship with Eva Le Gallienne's Civic Repertory Theatre. He made his first stage appearance in 1928 and went on to appear in many more plays, including the Judith Anderson-Maurice Evans "Macbeth" (with Rudley as Macduff)...
11. Lock Martin Lock Martin Actor, The Day the Earth Stood Still One of the tallest actors ever, he held various odd jobs before his debut on the silver screen. He worked for Spike Jones and his City Slickers, Ardens Dairy (in California,) as a Cowboy for Public Relations and at Knotts Berry Farm, (in California) also as a Cowboy. It was while he was working as a...
12. Harry Caesar Harry Caesar Actor, A Few Good Men
13. Jerry Fujikawa Jerry Fujikawa Actor, Chinatown
14. Charles C. Wilson Charles C. Wilson Actor, It Happened One Night
15. Cosmo Sardo Cosmo Sardo Actor, Same Time, Next Year
16. Jack Tornek Jack Tornek Actor, Bombs and Banknotes
17. Arthur Hohl Arthur Hohl Actor, The Scarlet Claw
18. William Bramley William Bramley Actor, West Side Story
19. Robert McCord Robert McCord Actor, Yancy Derringer
20. Tenen Holtz Tenen Holtz Actor, Show People Elihu "Elye" Tenenholtz was born in the Russian hamlet of Azran, near the city of Rovne, in 1887 and came to the US at the age of ten. His first appearance in amateur Yiddish theatricals occurred in 1903, in staged readings of the works of Yiddish author Sholom Aleichem, the first person to do that...
21. Constance Worth Constance Worth Actress, Dillinger Australian leading lady of 40s B films. Brought over by RKO they dropped her after her first two American features. She spent three years at Columbia then freelanced mostly in poverty row thrillers and westerns. She was briefly married to the actor George Brent.
22. Olga San Juan Olga San Juan Actress, Blue Skies She possessed the same tiny frame and fervid Latin temperament as her Brazilian counterpart, Carmen Miranda, and, for most her career, Puerto Rican singer/dancer Olga San Juan, like Miranda, was a welcome distraction by American audiences. A flavorful, scene-stealing personality who delightfully mangled the English language...
23. George Cisar George Cisar Actor, Dennis the Menace
24. Kay Elliot Kay Elliot Actress, The Severed Arm
25. Milton Parsons Milton Parsons Actor, The Haunted Palace
26. Mark Tapscott Mark Tapscott Actor, The Young and the Restless Mark was born in Bell, California. He attended high school in the Inland Empire of that state where he met, and following a tour of duty in WW II, married Frances Mae Ferrell, his high school sweetheart. Nine months later they had a daughter named Teddy, who currently resides in Huntington Beach, California...
27. Paul Mace Paul Mace Actor, Search for Tomorrow
28. Tol Avery Tol Avery Actor, All That Heaven Allows
29. Harlan Warde Harlan Warde Actor, The Monster That Challenged the World
30. Robert Karvelas Robert Karvelas Actor, Get Smart
31. George Weidler George Weidler Actor, Dimples
32. Don Gardner Don Gardner Actor, The Cisco Kid
33. Carmen D'Antonio Carmen D'Antonio Actress, Cheyenne Autumn
34. Indus Arthur Indus Arthur Actress, General Hospital
35. Robin Bach Robin Bach Actor, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
36. Yvette Duguay Yvette Duguay Actress, Francis Covers the Big Town
37. Bobbie 'Cotton' Beard Bobbie 'Cotton' Beard Actor, Hi'-Neighbor!
38. Ernest B. Schoedsack Ernest B. Schoedsack Director, The Most Dangerous Game
39. Christine Larsen Christine Larsen Actress, Valley of Head Hunters Diminutive beauty Christine Larsen (also credited as 'Larson' in some of her early films) had a minor Hollywood career, spanning a mere seven years, from 1948 to 1955. On the rare occasions she was not cast as the perfunctory love interest in B-westerns, opposite the likes of Johnny Mack Brown, she co-starred...
40. Paul Wendkos Paul Wendkos Director, Gidget
41. Bob Jellison Bob Jellison Actor, The Twonky
42. George Sherman George Sherman Director, Big Jake American second feature director George Sherman arrived in California aboard the SS Mongolia (bound from New York City, where he was born), on which he served as a bellboy. He began his career in the movie business in the mail room at Warner Brothers before working his way up to assistant director. By 1937 he had graduated to directing in his own right under contract to Republic Pictures...
43. Jerry Brown Jerry Brown Actor, Rolling Thunder
44. Ted Stanhope Ted Stanhope Actor, No Pets Allowed
45. Paul Kruger Paul Kruger Actor, A Hatful of Rain
46. William Edmunds William Edmunds Actor, It's a Wonderful Life Despite his Anglicized name, Edmunds was usually cast as dark or Latin types: Spaniards, Mexicans, Frenchmen, Gypsies, Arabs, Polynesians, and other exotic nationalities and functioned as a sort of poor-man's 'J. Carroll Naish'. Born in Italy in 1891, Edmunds is especially remembered for his Italian roles: A Bell for Adano, The Lost Moment, and, most notably, Mr. Martini in It's a Wonderful Life.
47. Russ Grieve Russ Grieve Actor, The Hills Have Eyes
48. John Bleifer John Bleifer Actor, The Mark of Zorro
49. Hugo Stanger Hugo Stanger Actor, Beetlejuice
50. Luana Strode Luana Strode Actress, Once Upon a Time in the West
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