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1. Freddie Bartholomew Freddie Bartholomew Actor, Captains Courageous One of the most popular child actors in film history, Freddie Bartholomew was born Frederick Cecil Bartholomew in London, England, in 1924. He was raised by his aunt, Millicent Bartholomew. Freddie had appeared on stage and in four minor British films when he was offered the title role in David Copperfield by MGM...
2. Harry Earles Harry Earles Actor, Freaks Harry/Kurt (stage name/real name) came over to the U.S. from Germany around 1915 with his sister, Grace/Freida. Once they arrived, they worked for a man named Earles, at which time they adopted his last name. in the early 1920's, their sister Daisy/Hilda joined them and in the mid- to late- 1920's, their sister Tiny/Elly arrived...
3. Christine Chubbuck Christine Chubbuck
4. Emmett Kelly Emmett Kelly Self, Bette Midler: Ol' Red Hair Is Back
5. Daisy Earles Daisy Earles Actress, Freaks Daisy Earles came to the U.S. from Germany in the early 1920s, joining her brother and sister Harry Earles and Gracie Doll. The three of them, soon joined by sister Tiny Doll, made a handful of appearances in films before retiring from the film business in 1930 in favor of working for the Ringling Brothers Circus...
6. Lois Duncan Lois Duncan Writer, I Know What You Did Last Summer
7. MacKinlay Kantor MacKinlay Kantor Writer, The Best Years of Our Lives
8. Robert Dunham Robert Dunham Actor, Godzilla vs. Megalon Dunham was an American actor, who made his living in Tokyo, Japan. He is best known for his role as Antonio, Emperor of Seatopia in Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973) as well as his role as Mark Jackson, in Dogora or Dagora the Space Monster (1964). Dunham was living in Japan, during the Golden Age of Cinema...
9. Charles G. Martin Charles G. Martin Actor, The Beguiled
10. Duchess Tomasello Duchess Tomasello Actress, Passenger 57
11. Charles White Charles White Actor, Serpico Charlie White was born and raised in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. He credits the town for shaping the career that he has had. In the 1920s, Perth Amboy was a town where plays that were bound for Broadway were tried out on audiences. They'd rehearse the play in New York and then bring actors and scenery to Perth Amboy and try it out for a week there...
12. Richard Russell Ramos Richard Russell Ramos Actor, Die Hard with a Vengeance
13. Albert Stratton Albert Stratton Actor, Wedlock
14. Cora Lee Day Cora Lee Day Actress, Daughters of the Dust
15. Tiny Doll Tiny Doll Actress, Three-Ring Marriage
16. Jackie Gerlich Jackie Gerlich Actor, The Wizard of Oz
17. Gracie Doll Gracie Doll Actress, The Wizard of Oz
18. Douglas Edwards Douglas Edwards Actor, Day of the Fight
19. Annabelle Weenick Annabelle Weenick Actress, Common Law Wife
20. Harry Benham Harry Benham Actor, Nicholas Nickleby Indiana-born Harry Benham grew up in Chicago, Illinois. As a child he was possessed of a fine singing voice and sang in the local church choir. In 1904 the traveling musical "Peggy from Paris" was playing in Chicago and he got a job in the chorus. He soon graduated to singing the lead role. His success in that production led to roles in other plays...
21. Nita Krebs Nita Krebs Actress, The Terror of Tiny Town
22. Elizabeth Young Elizabeth Young Actress, Queen Christina
23. Paul Waner Paul Waner Actor, Angels in the Outfield
24. Scott H. Hall Scott H. Hall Actor, Blood Feast
25. Philip Van Doren Stern Philip Van Doren Stern Writer, It's a Wonderful Life
26. Otto Graham Otto Graham Self, Super Bowl XXIX
27. Frank Stanley Frank Stanley Cinematographer, Magnum Force
28. Danny Sewell Danny Sewell Actor, Man at the Top
29. William J. Burns William J. Burns Actor, The Strangler
30. Walter Farley Walter Farley Writer, The New Adventures of the Black Stallion
31. William Froug William Froug Producer, Bewitched
32. Linda Lombard Linda Lombard Actress, Naughty New York
33. Thorne Smith Thorne Smith Writer, Topper The 1926 publication of "Topper" brought writer Thorne Smith immediate acclaim. A sophisticated spoof of middle-class manners and morals, it chronicles the madcap adventures of Cosmo Topper, a mild-mannered bank executive who is rescued from his drab "summer of suburban Sundays" by fun-loving ghosts George and Marion Kerby...
34. Paul Taubman Paul Taubman Music Department, The Edge of Night Veteran New York City organist who provided background music for some of the most popular quiz shows of the 1950s and early 1960s, including "Tic Tac Dough," "Dough-Re-Me." and "Concentration." He also served as the music director for "Twenty-One," the prime time quiz show whose demise over fixing was replayed in the 1995 Oscar winner...
35. Julio De Diego Julio De Diego Actor, The Buccaneer
36. Stanley H. Silverman Stanley H. Silverman Writer, The Doctors
37. Walter Kempley Walter Kempley Writer, Didi - Der Doppelgänger
38. Borden Deal Borden Deal Writer, Wild River
39. Bobby Rosengarden Bobby Rosengarden Music Department, The Dick Cavett Show
40. Larz Bourne Larz Bourne Writer, The New Tom & Jerry Show
41. Eugenie Clark Eugenie Clark Miscellaneous Crew, Search for the Great Sharks
42. Angelo Poffo Angelo Poffo Actor, WCW Bash at the Beach
43. Isabelle Dwan Isabelle Dwan Actress, Single Room Furnished
44. Lou Jacobs Lou Jacobs Actor, The Greatest Show on Earth
45. Irving Vendig Irving Vendig Writer, The Edge of Night
46. Walt Levinsky Walt Levinsky Music Department, The Purple Rose of Cairo
47. Eli Cantor Eli Cantor Writer, The Nest
48. Paul Kaye Paul Kaye Actor, Easy to Love
49. Sheila Raye Charles Sheila Raye Charles Self, Praise the Lord
50. Jerry Jerome Jerry Jerome Actor, Charlie Chan's Courage
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