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1. June Allyson June Allyson Actress, Till the Clouds Roll By American leading lady whose sweet smile and sunny disposition made her the prototypical girl-next-door of American movies of the 1940s. Raised in semi-poverty in Bronx neighborhoods by her divorced mother, Allyson (nee Ella Geisman) was injured in a fall at age eight and spent four years confined within a steel brace...
2. Dana Wynter Dana Wynter Actress, Invasion of the Body Snatchers The daughter of a noted surgeon, Dana Wynter was born Dagmar Winter in Berlin, Germany, and grew up in England. When she was 16 her father went to Morocco to operate on a woman who wouldn't allow anyone else to attend her; he visited friends in Southern Rhodesia, fell in love with it and brought his daughter and her stepmother to live with him there...
3. Elmer Bernstein Elmer Bernstein Music Department, Cape Fear Elmer Bernstein was educated at the Walden School and New York University. He served in the US Army Air Corps in World War II. A prolific and respected film music composer, he was a protégé of Aaron Copland, who studied music with Roger Sessions and Stefan Wolpe. Bernstein worked in various artistic endeavors...
4. Robert Emhardt Robert Emhardt Actor, Another World Heavy-set American character actor who learned his craft in London. Appeared frequently on the Broadway stage, and in film often portrayed sinister types, in the manner of Sydney Greenstreet.
5. Harry Lauter Harry Lauter Actor, Escape from the Planet of the Apes American character actor specializing in villainous roles. Born in White Plains, New York to Herman E. and Franceska Lauter, he was raised in Denver, Colorado. Although it has been suggested that he appeared briefly in a couple of films during the Thirties, his real movie career began in 1946. He came to be a familiar presence in low-budget films...
6. Woody Chambliss Woody Chambliss Actor, The Devil's Rain
7. David Greene David Greene Director, Godspell: A Musical Based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew David Greene had a varied early career, beginning with his first job as junior reporter for the Walthamstow Guardian. Life as a journalist was not to be his forte, however. During the years spanning the mid- to late 1930's, he tried his luck variously in the furniture removal business, as a deck hand and as a hospital porter...
8. Tom Lewis Tom Lewis Producer, Cause for Alarm!
9. David Ashrow David Ashrow Actor, A Girl, Three Guys, and a Gun
10. Joan Marsh Joan Marsh Actress, You're Telling Me! Platinum blonde; a leading lady in US films from the 30's through late 50's who had been a child player in silents ca. 1920.
11. Mary Lanier Mary Lanier Actress, Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me
12. Jesse Hibbs Jesse Hibbs Director, To Hell and Back
13. Floyd Crosby Floyd Crosby Cinematographer, High Noon Floyd Delafield Crosby was born in 1899 to Fredrick Van Schoonhoven Crosby (1860-1920) and Julia Floyd Delafield (1874-1952). Floyd had one sibling, Katherine Van Rensselaer (Gregory). Floyd married Aliph Van Cortland Whitehead in 1940 and they had two children, Floyd Delafield Crosby (Ethan) in 1936 and David Crosby in 1940...
14. Beatrice Wood Beatrice Wood Self, Duchamp's Fountain
15. Barbara Woodell Barbara Woodell Actress, Cup O'Gold
16. Jody Lawrance Jody Lawrance Actress, Ten Tall Men The entrancing and exotic-eyed "B"-level leading lady Jody Lawrance, whose 1950's career was spotty at best, provided lovely diversion from the manly adventure movies she helped bring to the screen. Personal turmoil and studio conflicts, however, ultimately hurt her career and the remainder of her life was spent out of the limelight...
17. Käthe von Nagy Käthe von Nagy Actress, Ave Maria Käthe von Nagy wanted to get married at the age of 16, therefore, her parents put her in the Santa Chrisitana Convent, near Vienna. After that, she worked in her father's office and besides started to secretly write short stories for newspapers. In Budapest, she studied acting, dancing and singing, but her parents were not very happy...
18. Christopher Trumbo Christopher Trumbo Writer, Brannigan
19. Bud Furillo Bud Furillo Actor, Brian's Song
20. Charles Conrad Charles Conrad Self, For All Mankind
21. Mary Zimbalist Mary Zimbalist Actress, Lady of the Tropics
22. Jane Cusumano Jane Cusumano Director, What Matters Most In June of 2000, two years after putting her breast cancer in remission, Jane Cusumano founded Chateau Wally Films with her husband and businessman, James Cusumano. The mission of the company is to produce high-quality films that address human conditions and touch the hearts and souls of their audience...
23. Jiddu Krishnamurti Jiddu Krishnamurti Self, Owned & Operated
24. James Leicester James Leicester Miscellaneous Crew, Casablanca
25. Howard B. Kreitsek Howard B. Kreitsek Writer, Final Chapter: Walking Tall
26. William A. Wilmarth William A. Wilmarth Sound Department, The Flying Deuces
27. Bill Danch Bill Danch Writer, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids
28. Rich Jeffries Rich Jeffries Self, The Price Is Right
29. Marie Sullivan Marie Sullivan Actress, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark
30. Otis Chandler Otis Chandler Self, Paul Conrad: Drawing Fire
31. Tom Biggart Tom Biggart Editor, Main Street Today
32. Bruce Solow Bruce Solow Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, 1941
33. Gene Lees Gene Lees Soundtrack, V for Vendetta
34. Grelun Landon Grelun Landon Thanks, This Is Elvis
35. Francis X. Baur Jr. Francis X. Baur Jr. Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, High Heels
36. Charlotte Bronstein Charlotte Bronstein Writer, David and Hazel: A Story in Communication
37. Betty Crosby Betty Crosby Miscellaneous Crew, The Way We Were
38. Aaron Wolf Aaron Wolf Art Department, Think Fast, Mr. Moto
39. Harold Schneider Harold Schneider Production Designer, A Safe Place
40. Ruben Hostka Ruben Hostka Producer, Varsity Blues
41. Jeannine Ann Cole Jeannine Ann Cole Actress, O.C. and Stiggs
42. Ed Nofziger Ed Nofziger Writer, 1001 Arabian Nights
43. Stan Russell Stan Russell Editor, Weddings and Babies
43 names.