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1. Ray Milland Ray Milland Actor, Dial M for Murder Ray Milland became one of Paramount's most bankable and durable stars, under contract from 1934 to 1948, yet little in his early life suggested a career as a motion picture actor. Milland was born Alfred Reginald Jones in the Welsh town of Neath, Glamorgan, to Elizabeth Annie (Truscott) and Alfred Jones...
2. Buddy Ebsen Buddy Ebsen Actor, Breakfast at Tiffany's Buddy Ebsen began his career as a dancer in the late 1920s in a Broadway chorus. He later formed a vaudeville act with his sister Vilma Ebsen, which also appeared on Broadway. In 1935 he and his sister went to Hollywood, where they were signed for the first of MGM's Eleanor Powell movies, Broadway Melody of 1936...
3. John Qualen John Qualen Actor, Casablanca One of the best and most familiar character actors of the first four decades of sound films, although few who knew his face also knew his name. John Qualen was born in Canada to Norwegian parents. His father was a minister. The family moved to the United States and Qualen (whose real name was Kvalen) grew up in Elgin...
4. Rosemary DeCamp Rosemary DeCamp Actress, Yankee Doodle Dandy RoseMary De Camp was the quintessential small-town American mother, a calming and steadying presence in scores of films in the 1940s and 1950s. She came to Hollywood after a successful career on the stage and in radio, making her film debut in 1941. Though she worked for many studios, she was most closely associated with Warner Bros....
5. Tom Drake Tom Drake Actor, Meet Me in St. Louis
6. Jaime Cardriche Jaime Cardriche Actor, Deep Cover
7. Eadie Del Rubio Eadie Del Rubio Actress, Christmas at Pee Wee's Playhouse
8. Rufe Davis Rufe Davis Actor, Sound Defects
9. Harold Peary Harold Peary Actor, Rudolph's Shiny New Year A talented singer as a child, Peary later went into radio in 1925. By 1929, he had his own radio show and got his big break in 1935 when he was cast in the Fibber McGee and Molly Show as Throckmorton Gildersleeve. In 1939, Peary was making a personal appearance in a theatre promoting the Fibber McGee and Mollie Show and casually did what would be his trademark giggle...
10. Ann Richards Ann Richards Actress, Sorry, Wrong Number Blond-haired leading lady in Australian motion pictures of the late 30s. Moved to Hollywood in the early 40s, where she appeared in only 10 films before retiring ca. 1952.
11. Bernard Punsly Bernard Punsly Actor, Angels with Dirty Faces Bernard Punsly auditioned for the 1935 play "Dead End" on a lark - he had absolutely no show-business experience whatsoever, had never studied acting and had no desire to be an actor. He said that show business seemed like it might be fun, so he figured he'd give it a shot. To his surprise he was picked for he play...
12. Kate Manx Kate Manx Actress, Private Property
13. Robert Kinoshita Robert Kinoshita Art Department, The Black Sleep
14. F.X. Toole F.X. Toole Writer, Million Dollar Baby Jerry Boyd was the son of Irish immigrants. He worked odd jobs, including shoeshine boy, bartender, cement truck driver and vat cleaner. Inspired by Ernest Hemingway's book "Death in the Afternoon", he moved to Mexico City and studied bullfighting. After his brief matador career, Boyd returned to Los Angeles and began frequenting boxing gyms to get in shape...
15. Ryan Mouritsen Ryan Mouritsen Miscellaneous Crew, Reba
16. Aaron Rosenberg Aaron Rosenberg Producer, Winchester '73
17. Christopher Salamunovich Christopher Salamunovich Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Sleepwalkers
18. Marion Shilling Marion Shilling Actress, Forgotten Women Creamy-complexioned brunette Marion Shilling was a beauty inclined to be overlooked when recalling those fairly well-known "B" leading ladies of the 1930s. Born in 1910, the Denver-born actress started her career promisingly enough with a featured role in MGM's Wise Girls. From there she moved...
19. Duncan 'Dean' Parkin Duncan 'Dean' Parkin Actor, War of the Colossal Beast
20. Judy Ann Jordan Judy Ann Jordan Actress, Daring Game
21. Richard Weisman Richard Weisman Actor, Grease
22. Max Parker Max Parker Art Director, Arsenic and Old Lace
23. Rita Carewe Rita Carewe Actress, Prince Gabby
24. Walter O'Keefe Walter O'Keefe Soundtrack, Red Hot Rhythm
25. Fred Farrell Fred Farrell Actor, Casablanca
26. Betty Brian Betty Brian Actress, Thanks for Listening
27. Roy Seawright Roy Seawright Visual Effects, Way Out West
28. Bob Custer Bob Custer Actor, Under Texas Skies Kentucky-born Bob Custer was an actual cowboy who left the range to perform in rodeo shows. Like many other rodeo performers, he found out that appearing in western films paid quite a bit more (and was much less dangerous) than bull-riding and steer-roping, and he began to gain popularity as a western star in a series of medium-budget films in the early and mid-'20s...
29. Jannese Davidson Jannese Davidson Actor, My Buddy, Satan
30. Mike Riley Mike Riley Soundtrack, Tucker: The Man and His Dream
31. Marcella Daly Marcella Daly Actress, The Movies
32. Oscar Janiger Oscar Janiger Writer, Frankie & Alice
33. Jack Kissell Jack Kissell Actor, Barney
34. Paul T. Smith Paul T. Smith Music Department, Like an Old Time Movie
35. Joe Cassidy Joe Cassidy Actor, High Life Hits Slippery Slim
36. Ed Cotter Ed Cotter Editor, Frankenstein General Hospital
37. George Vico George Vico Actor, The Stratton Story
38. Ian Batchelor Ian Batchelor Actor, Mighty Joe Young
39. Robert DeVilbiss Robert DeVilbiss Actor, Extra! Extra!
40. Joseph Rochefort Joseph Rochefort Uncategorised
41. Charline Burt Charline Burt Actress, Buying a Gun
42. Jack Michon Jack Michon Editor, Going Home
43. Frederick P. Hope Frederick P. Hope Art Director, The Bad Seed
44. Leroy Grannis Leroy Grannis Self, Surfing for Life
45. Charles Lakin Charles Lakin Actor, Fatty's Faithful Fido
46. Barry Fincham Barry Fincham Actor, Pistole Barry Fincham was born November 8,1935 in Ontario, Canada and died of a stroke on March 4,2005 in Torrance,California.He had six children; four boys, two girls. He was in the US Army in his early twenties and for the past 30 years he has lived in Southern California and spent every minute he could with his family.
47. Hall Daniels Hall Daniels Composer, The Big Doll House
48. Gerald Soucie Gerald Soucie Make-Up Department, Animal House
49. Hazel Page Hazel Page Actress, The Chef at Circle G
50. Sharron Floto Sharron Floto Miscellaneous Crew, Deadly Contact
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