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1. Barbara Bennett Barbara Bennett Actress, Syncopation
2. Don Drysdale Don Drysdale Self, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles
3. Norman McLaren Norman McLaren Producer, Neighbours Norman McClaren is one of the most awarded filmmakers in the history of Canadian cinema, and a pioneer in both animation and filmmaking. Born in Scotland, he entered the Glasgow School of Fine Arts in 1932 to study set design. His early experiments in animation included actually scratching and painting the film stock itself...
4. Jaclyn Linetsky Jaclyn Linetsky Actress, Caillou
5. Pierre Trudeau Pierre Trudeau Self, Le confort et l'indifférence
6. Claude Jutra Claude Jutra Director, Mon oncle Antoine He finished his medical studies at the age of 22 to please his parents, but he was already developing an attraction to the visual arts and to cinema. As a teenager, he had made two shorts with Michel Brault. In 1953, he wrote a television script. He joined the Office national du film du Canada (National Film Board) in 1954...
7. Jean-Claude Lauzon Jean-Claude Lauzon Director, Léolo Lauzon came from a humble family and he worked in many different jobs, until he obtained a title in Communications, and went to Los Angeles to study cinema, in the late 70s. He made some shortcuts, the majority of which received awards, and then two films which also won many prizes and established him as one of the most important Canadian directors of the time...
8. Paul Dupuis Paul Dupuis Actor, Passport to Pimlico
9. Mordecai Richler Mordecai Richler Writer, Fun with Dick and Jane
10. Douglas Campbell Douglas Campbell Actor, Strange Brew
11. François Barbeau François Barbeau Costume Designer, Atlantic City
12. Gilles Carle Gilles Carle Director, Les Plouffe Advertising studies at the Ecole des Beaux-arts de Montreal. Start the book edition company 'Les Editions de l'hexagone' with the poet Gaston Miron where he wrote litterature and cinema's reviews. In 1955, he began working in graphic arts at Radio-Canada still writing reviews in some newspaper. He is engaged as a researcher at the Office national du film du Canada in 1960...
13. John Buchan John Buchan Writer, The 39 Steps
14. Catherine Bégin Catherine Bégin Actress, Martyrs
15. Mike Phillips Mike Phillips Actor, The Last of the Mohicans
16. Jean Besré Jean Besré Actor, Jamais deux sans toi
17. Pierre Falardeau Pierre Falardeau Director, 15 février 1839
18. Mary Ann Nyberg Mary Ann Nyberg Costume Designer, A Star Is Born
19. André Mélançon André Mélançon Director, La guerre des tuques
20. Anna Leonowens Anna Leonowens Writer, Anna and the King Anna Edwards was born in India in 1834, the daughter of a cabinetmaker who died three months before her birth. Her mother then remarried to officer in the Engineers who sent Anna and her sister, Eliza, to a school in England. The girls returned to India as teenagers and Anna escaped her stepfather's...
21. Marie-Soleil Tougas Marie-Soleil Tougas Actress, Chambres en ville
22. Griffith Brewer Griffith Brewer Actor, Possible Worlds
23. Néfertari Bélizaire Néfertari Bélizaire Actress, Music Hall
24. Roger Lemelin Roger Lemelin Writer, Les Plouffe
25. Jean Béliveau Jean Béliveau Self, 100 Years of the Montreal Canadiens
26. Francis Mankiewicz Francis Mankiewicz Director, Les bons débarras A distant relative of Herman and Joseph Mankiewicz, Francis was born in Shangaï in 1944. In 1945, his family moved to Montreal, where Francis would spend all his childhood. In the sixties, he graduated in Geology from Montreal University and worked in the woods for a while before realizing geology might not be his true calling...
27. The Great Antonio The Great Antonio Actor, Quest for Fire Born in 1925, "The Great Antonio" or "Le Grand Antonio" for the French CanadianS that knew him, was a legendary Strongman who lived in Montreal since His arrival after the WWII. He became famous by pulling four city buses full of passengers. He appeared in Quest for Fire and the Abominable Snowman (1996 version) and had many TV appearances like in the Johnny Carson show...
28. Luc Durand Luc Durand Actor, Inon
29. Luc Cousineau Luc Cousineau Composer, Le ministère des affaires indiennes et du nord canadien
30. Colin Low Colin Low Producer, Universe
31. Jean Coutu Jean Coutu Actor, Nikki, Wild Dog of the North
32. Nicolas Clermont Nicolas Clermont Producer, Highlander
33. Maurice G. Dantec Maurice G. Dantec Writer, Babylon A.D.
34. Ève Gagnier Ève Gagnier Actress, Passe-Partout
35. Serge Turgeon Serge Turgeon Actor, The Mystery of the Million Dollar Hockey Puck
36. Yvon Dufour Yvon Dufour Actor, The Lucky Star
37. Raoul Barre Raoul Barre Animation Department, Cartoons on Tour
38. Donald Ranvaud Donald Ranvaud Producer, City of God
39. Ronald France Ronald France Actor, The Fall
40. Pierre Daigneault Pierre Daigneault Actor, J.A. Martin photographe Son of actor J. E. (or Eugène) Daigneault, Pierre made his claim to fame as a French Canadian folklore singer and hosted many french canadian folklore shows on radio and television. Under the name of Pierre Saurel, he created Ixe-13, the ace of Canadian spies, and wrote many novels of his character's adventures during the 40s.
41. Gilles Groulx Gilles Groulx Editor, 24 heures ou plus...
42. Marc Briand Marc Briand Actor, Casse-tête chinois pour le judoka
43. Norman Field Norman Field Actor, The Twonky
44. Maurice Richard Maurice Richard Self, Legends of Hockey
45. Bernard Gosselin Bernard Gosselin Cinematographer, Pour la suite du monde
46. Marc Favreau Marc Favreau Actor, Le chapeau ou L'histoire d'un malentendu
47. Robin Spry Robin Spry Producer, Hitting Home
48. Roman Kroitor Roman Kroitor Producer, Lonely Boy
49. Yvon Leroux Yvon Leroux Actor, Windigo
50. Hans Peter Strobl Hans Peter Strobl Sound Department, The Red Violin
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