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1. Billy Wilder Billy Wilder Writer, Some Like It Hot Originally planning to become a lawyer, Billy Wilder abandoned that career in favor of working as a reporter for a Viennese newspaper, using this experience to move to Berlin, where he worked for the city's largest tabloid. He broke into films as a screenwriter in 1929, and wrote scripts for many German films until Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933...
2. Dorothy Stratten Dorothy Stratten Actress, Galaxina Dorothy Stratten's story was brief, glorious and tragic. She was born Dorothy Ruth Hoogstraten on February 28, 1960 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She grew up in a rough neighborhood in Vancouver, but kept out of trouble and went through the motions of school. While not a beauty as a child...
3. Brenda Benet Brenda Benet Actress, Days of Our Lives Brenda Benet, born Brenda Ann Nelson in Los Angeles, California, on August 14, 1945, was a classic example of the modern-day Hollywood tragedy. As a television actress with good dramatic scope, she managed to piece together a wide and impressive portfolio of guest shots in a career spanning just over 16 years before taking her life at the age of 36...
4. Clara Bow Clara Bow Actress, Wings Clara Gordon Bow, destined to become THE flapper of the 1920's, was born and raised in poverty in Brooklyn, New York, on July 29, 1905. Her family was also beset with violence. Her mother tried to slit Clara's throat when she attempted to enter the film industry. She won a photo beauty contest which launched her movie career that would eventually number 58 films...
5. Anita Louise Anita Louise Actress, The Little Princess An actress from the age of 6, Anita appeared with Walter Hampden in the Broadway production of Peter Ibbetson. As a juvenile actor, Anita used the name Louise Fremault and made her film debut at 9 in the film The Sixth Commandment. She continued to make films as a child actor, and in 1929, Anita dropped her "Fremault" surname...
6. Dick Powell Dick Powell Self, Zane Grey Theater In the 1930s , Dick Powell was the juvenile lead in the Warner backstage musicals opposite such rising stars as Ruby Keeler and Joan Blondell. After his career in musicals, he was cast in private-eye roles and became a producer and director for both TV and movies.
7. Mary Kay Bergman Mary Kay Bergman Actress, South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut Mary Kay Bergman did not have a face known to many - her voice was recognized more than anything else in the world. Although she was a big voiceover star in the 1990s, her true claim to fame was Trey Parker and Matt Stone's critically acclaimed adult animated television series, South Park...
8. Bobby Pickett Bobby Pickett Soundtrack, Silver Linings Playbook
9. Paul Snider Paul Snider
10. Queenie Leonard Queenie Leonard Actress, Alice in Wonderland Pearl Walker (Queenie Leonard), actress and singer was born on 7 April 1905. She had already amassed 20 years of stage and screen experience when, in 1941, she made the first of more than 30 Hollywood films. She also appeared in cabaret in England and in the United States, starred in a one-woman show...
11. Robert Warwick Robert Warwick Actor, Sullivan's Travels A prominent matinée stage and silent-film star with handsome features offset only slightly by a prominent proboscis, Robert Warwick was born and raised in Sacramento, California, as Robert Taylor Bien. The gift of music was instilled at an early age (he sang in his church choir) and he initially prepared for an operatic career...
12. George Lloyd George Lloyd Actor, The Ox-Bow Incident "George H. Lloyd" retired from films as a character actor in 1955. After that he settled down with his wife in a house in Los Angeles City proper. In 1962, he and his wife divorced and in the conclusion of his divorce proceedings, George H. Lloyd lost his home to his wife and his living arrangerments...
13. Judd Holdren Judd Holdren Actor, Zombies of the Stratosphere In the role of Commando Cody, Judd Holdren patrolled America's threatened skies after actors Tristram Coffin and George Wallace hung up their flying suits. (Coffin was Rocket Man in "King of the Rocket Man" and Wallace was Commando Cody in "Radar Men from the Moon.") Holdren played the airborne hero in "Zombies of the Stratosphere" and also in "Commando Cody...
14. Harry Hayden Harry Hayden Actor, Till the Clouds Roll By
15. Stanley Brown Stanley Brown Actor, Sing, Neighbor, Sing
16. John Strauss John Strauss Music Department, Amadeus
17. Cathy Gelbart Cathy Gelbart Actress, Mixed Signals
18. William Hayes William Hayes Producer, The Living Swamp
19. E.Y. Harburg E.Y. Harburg Soundtrack, Forrest Gump One of the great lyricists of American song, Edgar Yipsel Harburg (born Isidore Hochberg) grew up in the working-class Jewish ghetto of Manhattan's Lower East Side. In high school, he befriended Ira Gershwin, later his collaborator on student literary ventures at City College of New York; both also contributed to F.P...
20. Helen Howard Helen Howard Writer, Hoi Polloi
21. John Lester Johnson John Lester Johnson Actor, Tarzan's Revenge John Lester Johnson was born in Suffolk, Virginia (his death certificate states South Carolina) on August 13, 1893. His middle name was Leslie, according to an "Ebony" magazine article about Johnson (January 1960), but he changed it to to Lester when he left Virginia in 1910 for New York City, hoping to make a career in boxing...
22. Leila McIntyre Leila McIntyre Actress, The Prisoner of Shark Island
23. Al Taylor Al Taylor Actor, Zorro's Fighting Legion Al Taylor quit appearing in films in the late 1940's and became a steam engineer for a motion picture studio. That was his last occuption stated on his death certificate.
24. Budd Fine Budd Fine Actor, Battling Butler
25. Russell Saunders Russell Saunders Stunts, The Goonies Russell Saunders was born in 1919, the youngest of eight children, on a farm outside Winnipeg, Canada. As a boy he would jump off the barn cradling chickens, convinced that the birds' wings would enable him to fly. He began to develop his acrobatic skills at summer camp, and in his teens won Canadian championships in diving and gymnastics...
26. Myra Jones Myra Jones Miscellaneous Crew, Psycho
27. John Pearce John Pearce Actor, THX 1138
28. Paul Bollen Paul Bollen Actor, Demolition Man
29. Joseph Santley Joseph Santley Director, The Cocoanuts
30. Barry Macollum Barry Macollum Actor, The Trouble with Harry
31. Fred Hamilton Fred Hamilton Director, Lock Up
32. Thomas McKimson Thomas McKimson Animation Department, The Big Snooze The oldest of the three talented McKimson brothers began his career with Disney in 1928, assistant to Norman Ferguson. His next sojourn was with the fledgling animation team of Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising, who went on to inaugurate the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons for Warner Brothers...
33. George B. Seitz Jr. George B. Seitz Jr. Director, The Lone Ranger
34. Kenneth Macgowan Kenneth Macgowan Producer, Lifeboat Kenneth Macgowan was a theatrical producer who headed the Provincetown Playhouse in the 1920s with Eugene O'Neill, his close friend and Robert Edmond Jones. He produced plays on Broadway, giving Katherine Hepburn her first role. He moved out to Hollywood in the early 1930s, working for RKO, Twentieth Century Fox and Paramount Pictures...
35. Don Sheppard Don Sheppard Art Department, G.I. Joe
36. Mitchell Lurie Mitchell Lurie Music Department, The Great Escape Mitchell Lurie got his early training from the Peter Mermeblum California Junior Symphony, a popular training orchestra in the Los Angeles area. The exceptional Lurie was soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at age 16. After finishing his schooling at the renowned Curtis Institute in Philadelphia...
37. Hayden Stevenson Hayden Stevenson Actor, The Lightning Warrior
38. George A. Billings George A. Billings Actor, Hands Up!
39. Deborah Sussman Deborah Sussman Miscellaneous Crew, Day of the Dead
40. Phil Goldstone Phil Goldstone Producer, The Sin of Nora Moran
41. Monte Factor Monte Factor Producer, Hidden in America
42. Ann Stockton Ann Stockton Music Department, The Dead
43. Hank Caldwell Hank Caldwell Actor, The Lawless Rider
44. Lee Wolfberg Lee Wolfberg Producer, The Partners Lee Wolfberg was an agent, a manager and good friend & partner of Don Adams. He managed singer Hal Frazier, Comedian, Jackie Gayle among others .. he was Producer of The Partners starring Don Adams & Rupert Crosse, a short-lived series .. he was a good friend to all who knew him, a heart of gold, but you had to get to know him to feel the warmth he DID exude.
45. Ed La Niece Ed La Niece Actor, Riders of the West
46. Terry Robinson Terry Robinson Self, Mario Lanza: The American Caruso
47. William Reed William Reed Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, For the Term of His Natural Life
48. Hi Mankin Hi Mankin Animation Department, The New 3 Stooges
49. Roman Freulich Roman Freulich Camera and Electrical Department, Outside the Law
50. Frank Delmar Frank Delmar Costume and Wardrobe Department, The Untouchables
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