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1. Angus Scrimm Angus Scrimm Actor, I Sell the Dead The evil screen villain Angus Scrimm, most famous as "The Tall Man" in Don Coscarelli's Phantasm and its sequels, grew up in Kansas City, but in his teens moved to California and studied drama at USC under William C. de Mille (brother of Cecil B. DeMille). His film debut came as another "Tall Man" he played Abraham Lincoln in an educational film made by Encyclopaedia Brittanica...
2. Frances Bay Frances Bay Actress, Happy Gilmore Cute, tiny, and prolific little old lady character actress Frances Bay worked constantly in both films and TV shows alike after making her debut at the age of 59 in life with a small part in the comedy Foul Play in 1978. She frequently portrayed eccentric elderly women and good-hearted grandmothers in all kinds of pictures and television programs...
3. Marty Ingels Marty Ingels Actor, I'm Dickens, He's Fenster Martin Ingerman was born on March 6, 1936 in New York City. He had an older brother named Arthur. He had a rough childhood and was often picked on. After he finished school, he went into the army. Later, he appeared in a couple of game shows and won. He wanted to be an actor so he went to California...
4. Frank Aletter Frank Aletter Actor, General Hospital For someone who goes only to movie theaters, Frank Aletter is a total stranger. It is true that the actor appeared in no more than a handful of theatrical films (Gerhart in Mister Roberts, a commanding officer in Tora! Tora! Tora!, Leigh Jensen in Private School...). But for a TV fan things are just the opposite...
5. Robert F. Simon Robert F. Simon Actor, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance A prolific character actor of tall, imposing presence, Robert F. Simon drifted into acting via the Cleveland Playhouse, hoping that this would cure his natural propensity for shyness. After training at the Actor's Studio in New York, he had a ten year run on Broadway (1942-52), in which he cut his teeth...
6. Joe Mantell Joe Mantell Actor, Chinatown
7. Gordon Jones Gordon Jones Actor, The Abbott and Costello Show
8. Elizabeth Rogers Elizabeth Rogers Actress, An Officer and a Gentleman
9. Charles Correll Charles Correll Director, Melrose Place
10. René Enríquez René Enríquez Actor, Hill Street Blues
11. Dolph Sweet Dolph Sweet Actor, Gimme a Break! A barrel-chested, bull-necked presence on stage, film and TV, the tough-minded character actor was born Adolphus Jean Sweet in New York City on July 18, 1920, the son of an auto mechanic. He initially attended the University of Alabama in 1939, but his studies were interrupted by WWII Air Force duty...
12. Philip Abbott Philip Abbott Actor, The F.B.I. Phillip Abbott was born March 21, 1924 in Lincoln Nebraska, USA as Phillip Abbott Alexander. He was an actor and director known for The F.B.I. (1965), General Hospital (1963)and Sweet Bird of Youth (1962). He was married only once to Jane Dufrayne. They had two sons and a daughter. He died on February 23, 1998 (age 73) in Tarzana, California.
13. Ralph Byrd Ralph Byrd Actor, Dick Tracy Ralph Byrd had an 18 year career in Hollywood both as a leading man and as a character actor, though he is best remembered for his role as Chester Gould's comic strip detective, Dick Tracy, in several movie serials and on television (first for ABC and then in a syndicated series). During his film career he was a contract player for RKO and 20th- Fox...
14. Zina Provendie Zina Provendie Actress, The Badlanders
15. Boyd 'Red' Morgan Boyd 'Red' Morgan Actor, Foxy Brown
16. Robert Livingston Robert Livingston Actor, The Bold Caballero Bob Livingston's father was a newspaper editor in Quincy, Illinois. As a reporter for the Los Angeles Daily News Bob did a story on the Pasadena Playhouse, and that got him interested in acting. In his mid-20s, he was doing bit parts for Universal and Fox and went from there to romantic roles with MGM...
17. Gale Robbins Gale Robbins Actress, Calamity Jane Minor league singer/actress Gale Robbins was a knockout-looking hazel-eyed redhead who made a modest dent in post-war Hollywood films. Born Betty Gale Robbins in Chicago, Illinois (some say Mitchell, Indiana) on May 7, 1921, she was the eldest of five daughters of Arthur E., a doctor, and Blanche Robbins...
18. Gilbert Green Gilbert Green Actor, Norma Rae
19. Virgil W. Vogel Virgil W. Vogel Director, Wagon Train Virgil W. Vogel began his career at Universal in 1940 as an assistant editor. He worked as an editor for many years, although by the mid-'50s he had begun to tire of the job and pressed Universal executive Edward Muhl for a shot at directing. Vogel was handed The Mole People with John Agar...
20. Lou Scheimer Lou Scheimer Producer, She-Ra: Princess of Power
21. Morgan Jones Morgan Jones Actor, Forbidden Planet
22. King Moody King Moody Actor, Teenagers from Outer Space
23. Ben Astar Ben Astar Actor, 5 Fingers
24. Ben Frommer Ben Frommer Actor, Scarface
25. Paul Bradley Paul Bradley Actor, Jeep-Herders
26. Bobby Womack Bobby Womack Soundtrack, Jackie Brown A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Bobby Womack was born into a musical family. Managed by their father, he and his brothers formed "The Womack Brothers", a gospel singing group that toured with several national gospel stars. "The Womack Brothers" caught the attention of the legendary Sam Cooke when Cooke was singing on the gospel circuit...
27. Arnold Laven Arnold Laven Producer, The Rifleman Laven, Jules V. Levy and Arthur Gardner met in 1943 in the First Motion Picture Unit of the Army Air Force. They were stationed at the Hal Roach Studio in Culver City, California (with other notables such as Capt. Ronald Reagan, Capt. Clark Gable and Lt. William Holden, making training films...
28. Morgan Wallace Morgan Wallace Actor, Grand Hotel
29. Heidi Von Beltz Heidi Von Beltz Stunts, Smokey and the Bandit II
30. John C. Champion John C. Champion Producer, Laramie
31. Jack Shea Jack Shea Director, The Jeffersons
32. Jaroslav Gebr Jaroslav Gebr Miscellaneous Crew, The Sting
33. Bill S. Ballinger Bill S. Ballinger Writer, Pushover
34. Joan Vohs Joan Vohs Actress, Sabrina Typecast often as a dumb blond, Joan Vohs struggled her entire career to break out of that mold. She did manage partial success, but ultimately dropped out of acting altogether in order to become a full-time mom. She was born in Queens, New York, was a Rockette at age 16 and a Connover model before any acting for movies or television...
35. Sue Rihr Sue Rihr Actress, Days of Our Lives
36. Tony Hawes Tony Hawes Writer, The Engelbert Humperdinck Show
37. Ray Rennahan Ray Rennahan Cinematographer, Laramie Ray Rennahan started working behind movie cameras from 1917. Early on, he had the foresight to recognise the potential for dramatically enhancing motion pictures by the application of colour cinematography. During the 1920's, he was regarded as a leading innovator in the development of the three-strip Technicolor process...
38. Viola Kates Stimpson Viola Kates Stimpson Actress, General Hospital
39. Sylvia Moberly-Holland Sylvia Moberly-Holland Writer, Fantasia
40. Tammy Masters Tammy Masters Art Department, Six Feet Under
41. Bob Lauher Bob Lauher Writer, Malibu U.
42. Ray Heindorf Ray Heindorf Music Department, The Music Man Songwriter ("Some Sunday Morning"), composer, conductor, and arranger, educated at the Troy Conservatory. He joined ASCAP in 1945 and his other popular-song compositions include "Sugarfoot", "Hollywood Canteen", "I'm in a Jam", "Some Sunny Day", "Pete Kelly's Blues", and "Melancholy Rhapsody".
43. Lew McCreary Lew McCreary Thanks, The Wrecking Crew!
44. Betty Burbridge Betty Burbridge Writer, Get That Man
45. Calvin Clements Sr. Calvin Clements Sr. Writer, Gunsmoke
46. Charlie Tuna Charlie Tuna Self, America's Top 10
47. Ben Colman Ben Colman Cinematographer, The Fall Guy
48. Barbara Jean Wong Barbara Jean Wong Actress, The Man from Button Willow
49. George Wyle George Wyle Music Department, Flip Songwriter("The Most Wonderful Time of the Year"), composer, educator, author, conductor, arranger, and a specialist in both professional and amateur choral work. After his education at James Monroe High School, he began his musical career in 1933 as a pianist and arranger, becoming a conductor in 1944...
50. Al J. Jennings Al J. Jennings Actor, Beating Back
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