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1. Frances Dee Frances Dee Actress, I Walked with a Zombie Actress Frances Dee, hailed as one of the most beautiful women in motion pictures, was born Jane Dee in Los Angeles, on November 26, 1909. An "Army brat", her officer father was transferred to Chicago shortly thereafter. Her movie career was the result of her father's being re-assigned to L.A. in 1929...
2. Eileen Heckart Eileen Heckart Actress, One Life to Live Versatile, award-winning character actress Eileen Heckart, with the lean, horsey face and assured, fervent gait, was born Anna Eileen Stark on March 29, 1919, in Columbus, Ohio. An only child, she lived with her mother after her parents separated at age 2. Her childhood was an acutely unhappy one. Her mother...
3. Reginald Rose Reginald Rose Writer, 12 Angry Men
4. Ruth Chatterton Ruth Chatterton Actress, Dodsworth Beginning as a chorus girl at age 14, Ruth Chatterton became a Broadway star with "Daddy Long Legs" in 1914. She appeared in such shows as "Mary Rose" and "Come Out of the Kitchen" before moving to Hollywood in 1925. As her film career faded in the late 1930s, she returned to the stage in revivals, and radio and TV performances...
5. Horace McMahon Horace McMahon Actor, Detective Story Born in 1906, Connecticut-born character actor Horace McMahon fell easily into his career while pursuing a law career at Fordham University. A former news reporter, his dark, streetwise mug and attitude proved perfect for playing assorted New York characters -- thugs, cabbies, henchmen, bouncers -- in a slew of late 30s and 40s crime yarns...
6. Dave Brubeck Dave Brubeck Soundtrack, Silver Linings Playbook
7. Douglass Montgomery Douglass Montgomery Actor, Little Women Montgomery, on stage by his teens, was scouted by MGM. The studio changed his name to Kent Douglass and cast him in dashing or romantic roles opposite some of MGM's powerhouse actresses, such as Joan Crawford (in Inom lagens gränser ) and Katharine Hepburn (in Little Women, in which he played the role of Laurie)...
8. Mady Christians Mady Christians Actress, Letter from an Unknown Woman Mady Christians was born in Vienna, Austria. Destined to be in films in both Germany and the US, she started out as a stage actress but soon found new challenges in the world of cinema. Her first film was at the tender age of 16 when she appeared in Audrey. She remained in German films for the next 26 years before coming to the US and starring in The Only Girl...
9. Louise Campbell Louise Campbell Actress, Bulldog Drummond Comes Back Leading lady in late-30's US films.
10. Harry Reasoner Harry Reasoner Self, ABC World News Tonight with David Muir
11. Ron Parady Ron Parady Actor, The City
12. Peter De Vries Peter De Vries Writer, The Tunnel of Love
13. Moffat Johnston Moffat Johnston Actor, Midnight
14. Tom Yohe Tom Yohe Producer, Drawing Power Composer and writer of popular Saturday morningtoons for the cult-ABC children's classic "Schoolhouse Rock". Some of his songs include "Conjunction Junction," "Three Is a Magic Number," and "I'm Just a Bill." He had four children from a previous marriage, before marrying for a second time in 1980.
15. Whitfield Connor Whitfield Connor Actor, Guiding Light
16. Lulu Glaser Lulu Glaser Actress, Love's Pilgrimage to America
17. Melissa Mason Melissa Mason Actress, Radio City Revels
18. Gerald Green Gerald Green Writer, The Last Angry Man
19. Edward Lewis Wallant Edward Lewis Wallant Writer, The Pawnbroker
20. Henry West Henry West Actor, The Crackerjack
21. Earl McEvoy Earl McEvoy Director, The Killer That Stalked New York
22. Porter Emerson Browne Porter Emerson Browne Writer, The Bad Man
23. Emil Neroda Emil Neroda Sound Department, Ganja & Hess Emil Neroda was born to Peter and Eufemia Neroda on February 17, 1920 in Elizabeth, NJ. Emil served in the Army Air Corp as a motion picture film editor during WWII. He continued working in the motion picture industry as a sound engineer at Reeves Sound Studios then as owner and president of the Sound Shop Inc...
24. Faith Baldwin Faith Baldwin Writer, Wife vs. Secretary
25. Jerome Kilty Jerome Kilty Actor, Confessions of a Nervous Man
26. Ken Harvey Ken Harvey Actor, Bright Victory
27. James L. Wolcott James L. Wolcott Director, The Wild Women of Wongo
28. Ira Hards Ira Hards Actor, The Rich Slave
29. John Kullers John Kullers Actor, The Killing of a Chinese Bookie
30. Gordon Duff Gordon Duff Director, Before I Wake
31. Mary Kennedy Mary Kennedy Actress, A Double-barreled Courtship
32. Hilda Spong Hilda Spong Actress, Divorced
33. Martha Kostyra Martha Kostyra Self, Christmas Dream
34. Paul Le Pere Paul Le Pere Actor, Tormento del passato
35. Oscar Bradley Oscar Bradley Music Department, Curly Top Oscar Bradley was the musical director for the Gulf Screen Guild Show, beginning with its radio premiere in January 1939. The series featured noted Hollywood actors who donated their time for the establishment of a home for retired actors. Bradley stayed on through the name change to the Gulf Screen Guild Theater until January 1942...
36. Terry Ramsaye Terry Ramsaye Writer, Grass: A Nation's Battle for Life
37. Irwin Donenfeld Irwin Donenfeld Self, Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics
38. Charles Goodrich Charles Goodrich Actor, The Show Off
39. Christopher Glenn Christopher Glenn Self, In the News
40. Dee Anthony Dee Anthony Producer, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
41. Fannie Bourke Fannie Bourke Actress, The Scrub Lady
42. Paul Rand Paul Rand Art Department, No Way Out Paul Rand (born Peretz Rosenbaum, August 15, 1914 - November 26, 1996) was a American art director and graphic designer. Best known for his corporate identity design, including the logos for IBM, UPS, Enron, Westinghouse, and ABC. Rand died of cancer at age 82 in Norwalk, Connecticut. He is buried in Beth El Cemetery.
43. Ellen Hanley Ellen Hanley Self, The Property Tax Assessor
44. Irwin Winehouse Irwin Winehouse Writer, Powder River Gunfire
45. Win Elliot Win Elliot Self, Tic Tac Dough Sports announcer and game-show host in US radio and TV for five decades from the 1940's.
46. Lester Osterman Lester Osterman Self, The 32nd Annual Tony Awards
47. Ed Gallagher Ed Gallagher Actor, Disc Jockey
48. Gustave Haenschen Gustave Haenschen Soundtrack, Gummo
49. Ethel Edwards Ethel Edwards Self, Martha & Ethel
50. Mary Ellen White Mary Ellen White Uncategorised
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