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1. Dana Elcar Dana Elcar Actor, The Sting
2. Mort Mills Mort Mills Actor, Psycho
3. Michael Stone Michael Stone Camera and Electrical Department, Transporter 2
4. Chris Latta Chris Latta Actor, Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot
5. Clyde Beatty Clyde Beatty Actor, Africa Screams Clyde Raymond Beatty was born to Margaret Beatty on June 10, 1903, in Bainbridge, Ross County, OH, the eldest of nine children. For most of these years Margaret was a single parent, and young Clyde took every part-time job in town he could find to help his mother and siblings. He graduated from nearby Chillicothe High School...
6. Mark Kamps Mark Kamps Sound Department, Waterworld
7. Fred Lerner Fred Lerner Stunts, Die Hard
8. Makee K. Blaisdell Makee K. Blaisdell Actor, Space Seed
9. Thomas Carr Thomas Carr Director, Superman
10. Jim Bannon Jim Bannon Actor, I Love a Mystery Jim Bannon was a star athlete at Rockhurst College. After graduation, he became a sportscaster in Kansas City, and after 1938, in California. He began working as a radio actor and got small parts in movies. He was a movie stuntman in the early 1940s before starring in a detective movie series for Columbia...
11. Esther Ralston Esther Ralston Actress, Peter Pan Projected as wholesome but fun-loving, Maine-born leading lady Esther Ralston enjoyed a prime silent age career and, at her peak, was packaged and publicized as "The American Venus" by none other than that of showman Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. after appearing as a dazzling beauty queen in the film of the same name (The American Venus). A decade later, the blonde beauty's career, however, had tapered off...
12. Alex Gerry Alex Gerry Actor, Funny Face
13. Barry Cahill Barry Cahill Actor, Coffy
14. Chief Thundercloud Chief Thundercloud Actor, King of the Stallions Victor Daniels was given the title of "Chief" in an honorary capacity and identified himself as Cherokee. His application for a social security number lists his birth date as April 12, 1899 and his birthplace as Arizona. Thundercloud was the first of nine children born to Jesus Daniels and Tomaca Daniels (as indicated on his social security application)...
15. Eddie Mayehoff Eddie Mayehoff Actor, How to Murder Your Wife Baltimore-born Eddie Mayehoff started out as a salesman before finding out that comedy was his real forte. A jack of all trades, he went on to become a bandleader (he attended the Yale School of Music), a radio comedy writer and a television emcee at various stages of his longstanding career. As an actor...
16. Cecilia Parker Cecilia Parker Actress, Riders of Destiny Canadian-born Cecilia Parker, daughter of a British army officer, moved with her family to Hollywood when she was a child. After graduation from high school she got a job as an extra. She did extra work for about a year before she was noticed by Fox executives, who signed her to a contract in 1931. Her career went along steadily if not spectacularly until 1937...
17. Joe Keaton Joe Keaton Actor, The General Joe Keaton and wife Myra were grade-Z vaudeville performers in the early 1900s. Their son Buster joined the act when he was only a few months old. The act was a rough-and-tumble one, with Buster being thrown around on stage most of the time. As the years went by, Joe Keaton became an alcoholic, which forced Buster to quit the act by the time he was a teenager...
18. Ruth Wells Brennan Ruth Wells Brennan Self, Walter Brennan
19. Ruth Brennan Ruth Brennan Actress, Lucky Thirteen
20. John J. Fox John J. Fox Actor, Assault on Precinct 13
21. Royce Wallace Royce Wallace Actress, Funny Lady
22. Joe Yrigoyen Joe Yrigoyen Stunts, Ben-Hur
23. Narda Onyx Narda Onyx Actress, Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter Born in 1934, Narda became friends with Robert I. McCarthy when she was an eleven-year-old laundress for McCarthy's anti-aircraft battalion in Bonn. In 1944 Narda was a child actress in Estonia. To escape the Russians, she, her grandparents, her mother and 2-year-old brother took to the sea bound for Sweden...
24. Mark Voland Mark Voland Actor, Someone to Watch Over Me
25. John Gruber John Gruber Actor, Tribes
26. Richard Collins Richard Collins Writer, Riot in Cell Block 11
27. Al Dempster Al Dempster Animation Department, Mary Poppins
28. Maynard Ferguson Maynard Ferguson Self, Maynard Ferguson: Live - At the Top Already a band leader in his native land by his early teenage years, trumpeter Ferguson played in the bands of Boyd Raeburn, Jimmy Dorsey and Charlie Barnet in the 40s. His breakthrough into public consciousness came in 1950 when he joined Stan Kenton, electrifying audiences with his high-note playing...
29. Dorothy Dwan Dorothy Dwan Actress, The Wizard of Oz
30. Herman Rudin Herman Rudin Actor, The Mutant
31. John Dilson John Dilson Actor, Dick Tracy
32. Carmencita Johnson Carmencita Johnson Actress, The Wind As a child, Carmencita Johnson acted in the "Little Rascals" movie series. When she turned 20, she began to work as a synchronized swimmer in Esther Williams aquatic movies. Her resemblance to the actress Lana Turner also got her work as Turner's stand-in during the 1940's. Carmencita married in 1949...
33. Mario Larrinaga Mario Larrinaga Visual Effects, King Kong Mario Larrinaga was born in Los Flores, Mexico in 1895. At the age of 10, his family migrated to Tucson, Arizona or the Los Angeles area (conflicting references). Even though he had been sketching ships since a little boy, he got his real start painting when his brother Juan, also a painter, burned his hands in an accident...
34. William Severn William Severn Actor, Journey for Margaret Bill Severn spent his brief career at MGM as a child actor, known as Little Billy Severn. His brother Christopher was also a child actor. As an adult, he was a world-known evangelist, based in Ventura, California. His ministry took him and his family to far-flung places such as Indonesia during the 1965 revolution...
35. Davison Clark Davison Clark Actor, The Scarlet Empress
36. Polly Burson Polly Burson Stunts, Who's That Girl
37. Gordon Cooper Gordon Cooper Self, The Real Men with 'The Right Stuff'
38. Cliff Nazarro Cliff Nazarro Actor, You'll Never Get Rich
39. William Hornbeck William Hornbeck Editor, It's a Wonderful Life American motion picture editor, who, in 1977, was voted by 100 of his peers as the best his profession had ever produced. Hornbeck began his distinguished career in the industry, aged fourteen, as a film winder with the New York Motion Picture Company on 42nd Street and Broadway. In 1916, he joined...
40. Ina Ray Hutton Ina Ray Hutton Self, Thrills of Music: Ina Ray Hutton and Orchestra Ina Ray Hutton, daughter of pianist Marvel Ray, sang and danced in stage revues from the age of 8, culminating in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1934. In mid-1934, she organized an "all-girl" band, the Melodears, featuring hot swing music and Ina Ray's hot dancing in sexy gowns. Ina Ray starred with her band in several Paramount musical shorts...
41. Andrew J. McIntyre Andrew J. McIntyre Cinematographer, The Heir Apparent
42. Cliff Roberts Cliff Roberts Writer, Lucky Luke
43. George Kreisl George Kreisl Animation Department, Lady and the Tramp
44. Estelle Clark Estelle Clark Actress, The Crowd
45. Thomas Thompson Thomas Thompson Miscellaneous Crew, The Pursued: Part 1
46. Robert Franklyn Robert Franklyn Music Department, My Fair Lady
47. Jeanne Martel Jeanne Martel Actress, Orphan of the Pecos
48. Ken O'Brien Ken O'Brien Animation Department, Cinderella
49. Robert MacDonald Robert MacDonald Special Effects, Superman
50. Frederick Hazlitt Brennan Frederick Hazlitt Brennan Writer, Always Frederick Hazlitt Brennan was born on September 23, 1901 in St. Louis, Missouri, the son of Jesse K. (1865-1936) and Mary Sharpe Brennan. His father and brother (Jesse K. Jr.) were Episcopalian ministers. Brennan attended the University of Missouri, but left after a couple years to work for the St. Louis Globe-Democrat...
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