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1. Kumar Pallana Kumar Pallana Actor, The Terminal
2. Leo Gorcey Leo Gorcey Actor, Angels with Dirty Faces Leo Gorcey's parents were actor Bernard Gorcey (born 1888) who stood 4' 10", and Josephine Condon (born 1901), who stood 4' 11" and weighed 95 pounds; they worked in vaudeville in New York. In 1915, 14-year-old Josephine gave birth to Fred. In 1917, Leo was born, a large baby at 12 lb. 3 oz.; as an adult he would be 5' 6"...
3. Wayne Morris Wayne Morris Actor, Paths of Glory Wayne Morris, the last of the B-Western stars, was born Bert DeWayne Morris, Jr. on February 17, 1914 in Los Angeles, California. His 1953-54 movie series that began with Star of Texas and ended with Two Guns and a Badge was the last of the low-budget westerns that had been a staple of the film industry for half-a-century...
4. Allen 'Farina' Hoskins Allen 'Farina' Hoskins Actor, Pups Is Pups
5. Brownie McGhee Brownie McGhee Soundtrack, Superbad
6. Marc Stevens Marc Stevens Actor, The Survivors Marc Stevens (born February 9, 1943), the adult film star, memoirist, and erotic dance performer, was one of the pioneers of the adult film industry in the 1970s, the so-called "Golden Age of Porn." His 1975 biography, which some claim was ghost-written by his mother, was called "10 1/2" in an homage not only to Federico Fellini but to his male member. It was his ticket to the big time...
7. Frank Ward Frank Ward Self, The Mack
8. Sidney Snow Sidney Snow Director, Lost in the Arctic
9. Spade Cooley Spade Cooley Soundtrack, The Killer Inside Me Violinist and cellist, singer, actor, composer and songwriter ("Shame On You"), conductor, arranger and inventor who popularized western swing music on film and recordings, in person and on radio and television. When Spade was four, he and his parents John and Emma Cooley moved to Oregon where he studied classical violin and cello...
10. Huey P. Newton Huey P. Newton Self, Huey Huey P. Newton, the co-founder and inspirational leader of the Black Panther Party, was born in Monroe, Louisiana, on February 17, 1942. He was named after governor Huey P. Long. Newton's family moved to Oakland, California early in his childhood. He attended Merritt College, earning an Associate of Arts degree. He also studied law at Oakland City College and at San Francisco Law School...
11. David Zelag Goodman David Zelag Goodman Writer, Straw Dogs
12. Al Davis Al Davis Self, Straight Outta L.A. Allen "Al" Davis, the man who is synonymous with the Oakland Raiders franchise of the National Football League and its earlier American Football League incarnation, was born on the Fourth of July, 1929 into a Jewish family in Brockton, Massachusetts. Raised in Brooklyn and educated at the borough's Erasmus High School, he played football at Syracuse University, but was cut from the varsity team...
13. Aimee Semple McPherson Aimee Semple McPherson Actress, The Voice of Hollywood No. 9
14. Howland Chamberlain Howland Chamberlain Actor, Kramer vs. Kramer
15. Marlon Riggs Marlon Riggs Director, Tongues Untied
16. John Holbrook Vance John Holbrook Vance Writer, Bad Ronald Jack Vance is best known for his fantasy and science fiction. He won the Hugo award (given by the World Science Fiction Society) for *The Dragon Masters* (1963); both Hugo and Nebula (given by Science Fiction Writers of America) for *The Last Castle* (1966); and the World Fantasy Award for *Lyonesse: Madouc* (1990)...
17. Darian O'Toole Darian O'Toole Actress, Nutcracker
18. Charles Brown Charles Brown Soundtrack, Cast Away
19. Harry Williams Harry Williams Soundtrack, P.S. I Love You
20. Harriet C. Leider Harriet C. Leider Actress, Torch Song Trilogy
21. Jack Tatum Jack Tatum Self, Super Bowl XI
22. John Seely John Seely Music Department, The Gumby Show
23. Francis Edward Faragoh Francis Edward Faragoh Writer, Little Caesar
24. Earl 'Fatha' Hines Earl 'Fatha' Hines Soundtrack, The Curse of the Jade Scorpion Pianist, composer ("Everything Depends on You"), conductor and author educated at Schenley High School and in private piano study. He accompanied singers and was pianist for several instrumental groups, eventually forming his own band in Chicago in 1928, which he conducted into 1948 when he joined Louis Armstrong...
25. Jessica Mitford Jessica Mitford Self, Episode #5.6
26. Marshall Ricksen Marshall Ricksen Actor, The Old Nest
27. André-ani André-ani Costume Designer, The Wind
28. Ernie Stanton Ernie Stanton Actor, Here's the Gang
29. John Molloy John Molloy Actor, Full Circle
30. Guy D'Ennery Guy D'Ennery Actor, The Mark of Zorro
31. Izora Rhodes-Armstead Izora Rhodes-Armstead Self, Comeback - Die große Chance
32. Anthony Boucher Anthony Boucher Writer, Macabre
33. Harry Spalding Harry Spalding Writer, The Watcher in the Woods Born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, and brought to the US when he was six, Harry Spalding credits his interest in writing to his mother, who read the classics aloud to him when he was a child. Early on, Spalding did some short story and newspaper writing, then went into the theater business as a film booker/buyer in San Francisco...
34. Virginia Chester Virginia Chester Actress, The Yaqui Girl Virginia Evelyn Chester was born August 27, 1896 in San Francisco to Louis Chester and Kathleen (Kate) Judge. Her film debut was in "The Yaqui Girl" (1910), for Pathe Films. She was a leading lady with the Bison-101 Ranch Company and with Universal Pictures. Other film credits included "The Frenzy of Firewater" (1912)...
35. Margaret Landis Margaret Landis Actress, The Martinache Marriage
36. Lisa Devlin Lisa Devlin Art Department, Mrs. Doubtfire
37. Dan Totheroh Dan Totheroh Writer, The Count of Monte Cristo
38. Jimmy Reed Jimmy Reed Soundtrack, The Pursuit of Happyness
39. Japeth Pieper Japeth Pieper Visual Effects, Ratatouille
40. Vedah Bertram Vedah Bertram Actress, Broncho Billy Outwitted Vedah Bertram born Adele Buck in Massachusetts into a prominent Boston family, her father Jerome Buck, a wealthy newspaper publisher. Film cowboy star G.M. Anderson saw her photograph in a Boston society column, he decided to contact her and asked her to be his co-star in his Broncho Billy western series...
41. George Moran George Moran Actor, The Bank Dick
42. Sydney Ayres Sydney Ayres Actor, She Loved Them Both Handsome, dark wavy-haired leading man who appeared on the New York stage, starred in early silent films (1-3 reelers) as well as directed and wrote scenarios. Worked for various studios including Edison, American, Powers, Rex, Big U (Universal), Laemmle, Nestor and Selig. Still working until the year of his death...
43. Sid Campbell Sid Campbell Actor, The Master Demon
44. Robert Whitney Robert Whitney Actor, The Headleys at Home
45. Vernon McCalla Vernon McCalla Actor, The Duke Is Tops
46. Jesse Fuller Jesse Fuller Soundtrack, The Great White Hope Blues singer/musician Jesse Fuller was born in Jonesboro, GA, in 1896. He learned to play guitar as a youth, but didn't really embark on a career as a professional musician until he was in his 50s. In his 30s he drifted across the US and wound up in Los Angeles, where he got a succession of odd jobs--including a stint as a movie extra--and then headed upstate towards the San Francisco Bay area...
47. Doris Hoffmann Doris Hoffmann Self, Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter
48. Helen Greene Helen Greene Actress, Kidnapped
49. Melbourne MacDowell Melbourne MacDowell Actor, There It Is
50. Eva Sawyer Eva Sawyer Actress, Her Lesson
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