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1. Barbara Pepper Barbara Pepper Actress, Foreign Correspondent Barbara Pepper's signature roles were as worldly "dames" during the Hollywood's 1930s and 1940s Golden Era, fitting snugly alongside other flashy broads of that period such as Iris Adrian, Joan Blondell and Veda Ann Borg. Barbara patented her own unique, hard-boiled style, however, and should have gone further than she did...
2. George Chandler George Chandler Actor, Every Which Way But Loose After military service during the First World War, Chandler studied at the University of Illinois, financing his studies by playing jazz violin in a band. During the early 1920's, he returned to the vaudeville circuit and began in films from 1928. Most of his early efforts were short one- and two-reel comedies...
3. Don Megowan Don Megowan Actor, Blazing Saddles
4. Dick Foran Dick Foran Actor, The Petrified Forest Dick Foran was the matinée idol of the B movies. He started as a band singer and then sang on the radio. He was hired by Warner Brothers as a supporting actor who could croon a tune when called upon. His good looks and good natured personality made him a natural choice for the supporting cast....
5. Ruth Cohen Ruth Cohen Actress, Seinfeld
6. Harry Harvey Jr. Harry Harvey Jr. Actor, Forbidden Planet
7. Fred Asparagus Fred Asparagus Actor, ¡Three Amigos!
8. Natali Demore Natali Demore Actress, Busty & Bound 2 She was born Oct. 14, 1976, in Springfield to Richard and Ardeth Overholser Charters. She married Marc Hernandez on July 19, 1997, in Eugene. She graduated from North Eugene High School in 1995. She graduated with a bachelor of science degree in fine and applied arts from the University of Oregon in 2000...
9. Mamo Clark Mamo Clark Actress, Mutiny on the Bounty
10. Mark Williams Mark Williams Special Effects, Aliens
11. Jack Banner Jack Banner Director, Banner's the Name, Bondage Is My Game
12. Eugenia Clinchard Eugenia Clinchard Actress, A Child of the West
13. Sid Troy Sid Troy Actor, Casablanca
14. Irvin Berwick Irvin Berwick Director, The 7th Commandment Irving Berwick was a child prodigy, playing concert piano before the age of ten. Although he never gave up playing privately, his career was to be in films. His first job, in Hollywood, was as a dialogue coach, working under contract at Columbia Studios in the mid- to late 1940s and frequently with William Castle...
15. Maxine Gates Maxine Gates Actress, Husbands Beware
16. Mel Prestidge Mel Prestidge Actor, Hawaiian Eye
17. Stanley Myron Handelman Stanley Myron Handelman Self, The Hollywood Squares
18. Gladys Johnston Gladys Johnston Actress, The Chechahcos
19. Paul Parry Paul Parry Actor, Smashing the Vice Trust
20. Eva Puig Eva Puig Actress, Hold Back the Dawn
21. Art Pepper Art Pepper Soundtrack, The Notorious Bettie Page A saxophonist, Art Pepper played briefly with Gus Arnheim but most often played with black groups in downtown Los Angeles. It was during the late 1940s and early 1950s that he became addicted to heroin, and during the 1960s he served a few jail sentences. Pepper's wife wrote his biography, entitled "Straight Life."
22. Maurice Millard Maurice Millard Actor, Alice Goodbody
23. Ellen Plasschaert Ellen Plasschaert Actress, Star!
24. Teshome Gabriel Teshome Gabriel Miscellaneous Crew, Pretty Lady
25. Richard Doran Richard Doran Camera and Electrical Department, Hotel
26. Lolly Stevenson Lolly Stevenson Miscellaneous Crew, The Hunter
27. Teréz Kõszegi Teréz Kõszegi Actress, Futóhomok
28. Delmer Blair Delmer Blair Camera and Electrical Department, South Pacific
29. William Trow William Trow Transportation Department, Around the World in Eighty Days
30. Eric Lowen Eric Lowen Soundtrack, Blue Valentine
30 names.