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1. Sandra Dee Sandra Dee Actress, Imitation of Life Sandra Dee was born Alexandria Zuck on April 23, 1942 in Bayonne, New Jersey, to Mary (Cymboliak) and John Zuck. She was of Carpatho-Rusyn descent. Her mother envisioned a show business career for her daughter and would often lie about her age in order to get Sandy where she wanted to go. For example...
2. Robert Urich Robert Urich Actor, Magnum Force Robert grew up in Toronto, Ohio, where his athletic ability led to a four year football scholarship at Florida State University (FSU). There he earned a B.A. in Communications. He later received an M.A. at Michigan State University and then joined WGN radio in Chicago as a sales account representative...
3. Steve Forrest Steve Forrest Actor, Spies Like Us A ruggedly handsome action man of the 1960s and '70s, Steve Forrest was born William Forrest Andrews in Huntsville, Texas, the youngest of thirteen children of Annis (Speed) and Charles Forrest Andrews, a Baptist minister. His brother was actor Dana Andrews. Forrest began his screen career as a small part contract player with MGM...
4. Don Grady Don Grady Actor, After the Honeymoon Born Don Agrati in San Diego, California, Don Grady became a Mousekeeter, along with 23 others, when that show debuted in 1955. In 1960, he joined My Three Sons, which debuted in 1960 and ran for 12 years. As an enthusiast of music after "My Three Sons" ended, he continued in music as a composer and songwriter...
5. Strother Martin Strother Martin Actor, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid American character actor who achieved considerable fame in the last decade of his life. A native of Kokomo, Indiana, Strother Martin Jr. was the youngest of three children of Strother Douglas Martin, a machinist, and Ethel Dunlap Martin. His family moved soon after his birth to San Antonio, Texas, but quickly returned to Indiana...
6. Bing Russell Bing Russell Actor, The Magnificent Seven Although best known as the deputy on Bonanza and Robert in The Magnificent Seven, Russell's notoriety on a national level was as the owner of the Portland Mavericks Baseball Club. Helming the only independent team in the class A Northwest League, Russell was an innovator. Before Bull Durham, there were the Mavericks...
7. Virginia Mayo Virginia Mayo Actress, White Heat Virginia Clara Jones was born on November 30, 1920 in St. Louis, Missouri, the daughter of a newspaper reporter and his wife. The family had a rich heritage in the St. Louis area: her great-great-great-grandfather served in the American Revolution and later founded the city of East Saint Louis, Illinois...
8. Tom Laughlin Tom Laughlin Actor, Billy Jack
9. Jack Kirby Jack Kirby Writer, Iron Man
10. John Crawford John Crawford Actor, The Enforcer Burly, handsome and rugged character actor John Crawford appeared in over 200 movies and TV shows combined in a career that spanned over 40 years, usually cast as tough and/or villainous characters. Crawford was born Cleve Richardson on September 13, 1920, in Colfax, Washington. He was discovered by a Warner Bros...
11. Torin Thatcher Torin Thatcher Actor, Witness for the Prosecution Associated with gritty, flashy film villainy, veteran character actor Torin Thatcher was born in Bombay, India to British parents on January 15, 1905, and was educated in England at the Bedford School and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. A former schoolteacher, he appeared on the London stage in 1927 before entering British films in 1934...
12. Artie Shaw Artie Shaw Soundtrack, Flags of Our Fathers Artie Shaw was the rival of Benny Goodman in the Swing era. With a different style of playing, his sound on clarinet was more liquid than Goodman's sound. After playing in different orchestras in the late 1920s and '30s, he formed his own orchestra in 1936, and he added a string quartet to the Big Band...
13. Joseph Stefano Joseph Stefano Writer, Psycho Creative horror screenwriter Joseph Stefano has been writing scripts since the early sixties. His first was The Black Orchid. Less than a year later, he met his new friend, Alfred Hitchcock, to do the famous script for Psycho. Stefano decided to drop the script for Hitchcock's The Birds...
14. Eddie Dean Eddie Dean Actor, Black Hills Eddie Dean made his name as a country-western singer on radio in the '30s. He journeyed to Hollywood to make it in western movies, debuting in Manhattan Love Song, but he could only land bit parts in features and musical shorts. His career started to take off in the early 1940s, though, and by 1945 he was among the more popular of the cowboy stars...
15. Teddy Infuhr Teddy Infuhr Actor, The Bishop's Wife Missouri-born child actor Teddy Infuhr, youngest of four, moved with his family to Los Angeles when he was three and was initially prodded into acting by his mother. A young student at the Rainbow Studios, he was spotted by a talent agent and booked the very first film he went out on with The Tuttles of Tahiti at the age of 5...
16. Louanne Hogan Louanne Hogan Soundtrack, State Fair
17. Darla Darla Actress, The Silence of the Lambs
18. Ed Masry Ed Masry Self, Spotlight on Location: Erin Brockovich Edward Masry is Arab-American of Syrian ancestry, and was born in Patterson, New Jersey. Ed was an attorney, actor, football agent, politician, and humanitarian. Edward, along with his legal assistant, Erin Brockovich, won an American history-making $333 million dollar direct action lawsuit, on behalf of Hinkley...
19. Barry Brooks Barry Brooks Actor, The Obsolete Man
20. Charles Davis Charles Davis Actor, The Desert Rats
21. Vilma Ebsen Vilma Ebsen Actress, Broadway Melody of 1936
22. William D. Gordon William D. Gordon Writer, Amy Prentiss: Part 2
23. Dwight Hauser Dwight Hauser Writer, Nikki, Wild Dog of the North Actor, writer, and producer, a man who wanted to leave the world a better place - and did - for having just been in it. He began his career at the Pasadena Playhouse with his closest friends, - including George Reeves (_"Superman" (1952)_), Robert Preston (The Music Man), and Dana Andrews, amongst other golden era legends...
24. Gloria Noble Gloria Noble Actress, Small Town Girl
25. Beau Kayser Beau Kayser Actor, Taxi Driver
26. Bud Linn Bud Linn Actor, Song of the Range A lifelong singer, Bud Linn's association with the King's Men quartet was his primary profession, beginning in 1930. From 1934 to 1937 The King's Men (Ken Darby, Arranger & Bass; Rad Robinson Baritone; Jon Dodson, Lead Tenor; Bud Linn, Top Tenor) were a feature of the Paul Whiteman Orchestra on RCA records and the Kraft Music Hall...
27. Ivan Naranjo Ivan Naranjo Actor, The Trial of Standing Bear Ivan Orlando Naranjo was an actor. He was of Native American Indian descent (Blackfeet Nation) and had 3 children, Arleen, Gerry, and Brian. He also worked as a horse back rider for shows, like the Buffalo Bill Show in Disney Paris, as "chief Sitting Bull".
28. Lucy Saroyan Lucy Saroyan Actress, Blue Collar
29. Mark Patrick Carducci Mark Patrick Carducci Writer, Pumpkinhead
30. Sparky Anderson Sparky Anderson Self, Game 4 Manager of Major League Baseball's Cincinnati Reds from 1972 to 1978. Team was known as the Big Red Machine and included such superstar players as Pete Rose, Johnny Bench, Tony Perez, and Joe Morgan. Anderson guided the Reds to four World Series appearances in his tenure, winning the world championship in 1975 and 1976...
31. Hawley Pratt Hawley Pratt Animation Department, The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour
32. Joe Benson Joe Benson Actor, The Score Is Even
33. Pamela Matheson Pamela Matheson Actress, Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment
34. Josephine Dunn Josephine Dunn Actress, One Hour with You Convent-educated Mary Josephine Dunn got her start in the chorus line of 'Good Morning, Dearie' at the age of 15. She was briefly in the Ziegfeld Follies and, in 1924, had a walk-on in 'Dear Sir' on Broadway. Two years later, she was picked by a talent scout to join the Paramount acting school for hopeful young debutantes...
35. Charles J. Conrad Charles J. Conrad Actor, The Case of the Watery Witness
36. Greg Garrison Greg Garrison Director, NBC: The First Fifty Years - A Closer Look Greg Garrison was the very definition of a successful television director in the 1950s-60s. Breaking into live TV in the late 1940s directing Milton Berle on his wildly popular The Buick Circus Hour (AKA "Texaco Star Theater"), Garrison quickly learned the mechanics of fast-paced production, lessons learned in the frenetic world of live TV could would be well applied to taped production...
37. Mabel Stark Mabel Stark Actress, A Dangerous Adventure
38. James Newill James Newill Actor, Spook Town
39. J. Michael Hagopian J. Michael Hagopian Producer, Strangers in a Promised Land
40. Jerry Sohl Jerry Sohl Writer, The Corbomite Maneuver
41. Bruce Edwards Bruce Edwards Actor, The Black Widow
42. Theodore Strauss Theodore Strauss Writer, Moonrise
43. Art Fisher Art Fisher Director, Cher He is known as the first director to apply chroma key (aka green screen) technology in his Cher Specials. His prodigy David Grossman went on to become a leading TV director, as he is co-head director of Desperate Housewives with Larry Shaw. Art is survived by his son Zachary and two daughters Shari and Dani.
44. Dorothy Babb Dorothy Babb Actress, Earl Carroll Sketchbook
45. Marty Hornstein Marty Hornstein Production Manager, Star Trek: First Contact
46. James Street James Street Actor, Strawberry Shortcake: Dress Up Days
47. Ronald W. Browne Ronald W. Browne Cinematographer, ¡Three Amigos!
48. Philip Cahn Philip Cahn Editor, Imitation of Life
49. Joel Hirschhorn Joel Hirschhorn Soundtrack, The Towering Inferno Joel Hirschhorn shared two Academy Awards for theme songs in "The Poseidon Adventure" and "The Towering Inferno," with longtime collaborator Al Kasha. During his long career Hirschhorn's songs sold more than 90 million records, and were featured in more then 20 films and were recorded by various artists including Elvis Presley...
50. Charles H. Maguire Charles H. Maguire Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, On the Waterfront
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