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1. Bob Hope Bob Hope Self, The 50th Annual Academy Awards Comedian, born in London and moved to Bristol before emigrating with his parents to the US in 1908. After some years on the stage as a dancer and comedian, he made his first film appearance in The Big Broadcast of 1938 singing "Thanks for the Memory," which became his signature tune. In partnership with Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour, he appeared in the highly successful "Road to ...
2. Hayden Rorke Hayden Rorke Actor, Pillow Talk Hayden Rorke was best known as the ever suspicious "Dr. Alfred E. Bellows" on the 1960s TV series, I Dream of Jeannie. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Rorke was educated at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and he began his stage career in the 1930s with the Hampden Theatrical Company. A veteran of numerous Broadway shows...
3. Robert Easton Robert Easton Actor, Working Girl
4. Michelle Nicastro Michelle Nicastro Actress, When Harry Met Sally...
5. Robert Ridgely Robert Ridgely Actor, Boogie Nights Superbly talented vocal artist and character actor supreme Robert Ridgely was born on December 24, 1931 in New Jersey. Ridgely started out as a cabaret entertainer. He began his television acting career in the early 60s with guest appearances on such TV shows as "Surfside 6," "Sea Hunt," and "Maverick." Ridgely had a recurring role as Lt...
6. Peggy Rea Peggy Rea Actress, Love Field
7. John Davis Chandler John Davis Chandler Actor, The Outlaw Josey Wales Character actor John Davis Chandler was born on January 28, 1935, in Hinton, West Virginia. He was raised in Charleston, West Virginia. Tall and thin, with fair hair, piercing blue eyes, a pale complexion and a nasal, whiny voice, Chandler specialized in portraying mean, neurotic and dangerous villains...
8. Henry King Henry King Director, Twelve O'Clock High For more than three decades, Henry King was the most versatile and reliable, as well as hard-working, contract director on the 20th Century Fox lot. His tenure lasted from 1930 to 1961, spanning most of Hollywood's 'golden' era. King was renowned as a specialist in literary adaptations (eg A Bell for Adano...
9. Stan Haze Stan Haze Actor, From Noon Till Three
10. Gil Stratton Gil Stratton Actor, Stalag 17 Gil Stratton was originally billed as Gil Stratton, Jr. He had a young, wholesome juvenile look when, at the age of 19, he debuted on Broadway creating the role of Bud Hooper in the 1941 Broadway musical "Best Foot Forward", in which he sang and danced. Stratton continued working in New York on stage and in radio...
11. Dolores Hope Dolores Hope Self, Bob Hope's Bag Full of Christmas Memories
12. Sailor Vincent Sailor Vincent Actor, The Trade-Ins
13. Charles Pierce Charles Pierce Actor, Torch Song Trilogy Female impersonator renowned for his characterizations of such glamorous Hollywood legends as Bette Davis, Mae West, Tallulah Bankhead, Gloria Swanson and Joan Crawford.
14. Neal Hefti Neal Hefti Music Department, Batman: The Movie Composer ("'Batman' Theme), conductor, arrager and trumpeter, educated in high school and through private music study. He was a trumpeter and arranger with dance orchestras including those of Harry James, Woody Herman, and Charlie Spivak between 1941 and 1951. He was a staff arranger and arranger for the "Arthur Godfrey Show" and the "Kate Smith Show" over ABC...
15. Crane Wilbur Crane Wilbur Writer, He Walked by Night Actor, screenwriter and director Crane Wilbur was born Erwin Crane Wilbur on November 17, 1886, in Athens, New York. The nephew of the great stage actor Tyrone Power Sr., Wilbur first took to the boards as an actor, making his Broadway debut as Erwin Crane Wilbur on June 3, 1903, in a trilogy of William Butler Yeats plays...
16. Ed Morgan Ed Morgan Actor, Wag the Dog
17. Dennis Bowen Dennis Bowen Actor, Caddyshack II
18. Anthony W. Marshall Anthony W. Marshall Producer, Fearless Fonzarelli: Part 1
19. Marjorie Best Marjorie Best Costume Designer, Rio Bravo Illinois-born Marjorie Best moved to Los Angeles after graduating high school to attend the Chouinard Art Institute. She went to work as a designer for the renowned Western Costume Co. in 1926, then several years later moved to United Costumers. When Warner Bros. bought that company in 1936, she accepted a job in the studio's wardrobe department...
20. Anne Rooney Anne Rooney Actress, Flicker Fever
21. Peter von Zerneck Peter von Zerneck Actor, A Foreign Affair
22. Wendell Niles Wendell Niles Actor, The Hitch-Hiker
23. B.J. Turner B.J. Turner Actor, Scarecrows
24. Vicki Draves Vicki Draves Actress, The Trouble with Angels
25. Betty Caldwell Betty Caldwell Actress, Jinx Money
26. Nicole DeFrancesco Nicole DeFrancesco Make-Up Department, The Hunger Games
27. Jack Campbell Jack Campbell Animation Department, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
28. Stefan Hatos Stefan Hatos Producer, Let's Make a Deal
29. Noble 'Kid' Chissel Noble 'Kid' Chissel Actor, They Shoot Horses, Don't They? Born Noble LaPorte Chisman to Thomas F and Cora Esther (LaPorte) Chisman of Indianapolis, he eventually adopted the screen name Kid Chissel. He left his Indiana home in the mid-1930's, not long after his parents had divorced. He aimed to pursue a Hollywood career. Prior to that, he worked as a locomotive fireman in Indianapolis (1930 U.S...
30. Alyce S. Carew Alyce S. Carew Producer, Bustin' Loose
31. Mort Howard Mort Howard Uncategorised
32. Betty Reilly Betty Reilly Actress, Machito and Orchestra
33. Howard Jones Howard Jones Self, Knute Rockne All American
34. Morris F. Sullivan Morris F. Sullivan Producer, All Dogs Go to Heaven
35. Jack Rourke Jack Rourke Actor, The Twonky
36. Stanley Ottenstein Stanley Ottenstein Miscellaneous Crew, James Dean
37. Ervin Zavada Ervin Zavada Producer, Switched at Birth
38. Nathan Levinson Nathan Levinson Sound Department, The Adventures of Mark Twain In association with Warner Bros. executive Sam Warner, Nathan Levinson helped bring the first sound to motion pictures in Don Juan. He also worked with Warners on The Jazz Singer. Starting as a wireless telegraph operator at the age of 14, he later served as a major in WWI. He started in...
39. Frank Lombardo Frank Lombardo Set Decorator, Revenge of the Nerds
40. Bea Shaw Bea Shaw Actress, The Makeover Man
41. Marty Harris Marty Harris Camera and Electrical Department, If Joy Comes
42. Beverly Setlowe Beverly Setlowe Miscellaneous Crew, Too Young to Die? Beverly Jean Setlowe was a longtime film and TV production coordinator, who late in life became a noted wildlife photographer. Beverly Setlowe began her entertainment industry career in the 1960s as a publicist for ABC-TV in San Francisco, promoting nationally syndicated shows shot there, including those starring Tennessee Ernie Ford and Gypsy Rose Lee...
43. Joseph Van Winkle Joseph Van Winkle Writer, The Woman Inside
43 names.