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1. Christian Nyby Christian Nyby Director, The Thing from Another World Christian Nyby, the television and movie director who achieved acclaim as a film editor before moving into the director's chair, was born on September 1, 1913, in Los Angeles, California. He made his reputation as a cutter during the 1940s, when he worked with the great helmer Howard Hawks, winning...
2. Erle Stanley Gardner Erle Stanley Gardner Writer, Perry Mason Erle Stanley Gardner, the prolific pulp fiction writer best known for creating the fictional lawyer Perry Mason; Della Street, Mason's secretary; private detective Paul Drake, Mason's favorite investigator; and Hamilton Burger, the district attorney with the worst won-lost record in the history of fictional jurisprudence...
3. Guy Way Guy Way Actor, Invasion of the Body Snatchers A somewhat chubby but menacing Guy Way played a frequent heavy in movies and television. During the 1960s you could catch him on numerous shows from Mission Impossible to The Man From Uncle. Once in a while he did get a few lines as with The Sting in 1973, where he takes Robert Redford at the roulette table...
4. Myles Wilder Myles Wilder Writer, Phantom from Space
5. John Mauldin John Mauldin Actor, The Magic Sword
6. LeRoy Holmes LeRoy Holmes Music Department, Smile Songwriter, composer ("The Mole"), arranger, conductor and arranger, educated at LACC, Juilliard, and the Northwestern College of Music. He was also a music student of Joseph Schillinger, Ivan Boutnikoff, and Ernst Toch. During World War II, he served in the US Navy as a Lieuenant jg. in the Pacific Theatre...
7. Dale Armstrong Dale Armstrong Thanks, Engineering Disasters 20
7 names.