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1. George C. Scott George C. Scott Actor, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb George C. Scott was an immensely talented actor, a star of screen, stage and television. He was born in 1927 in Wise, Virginia, to Helena Agnes (Slemp) and George Dewey Scott. At the age of eight, his mother died, and his father, an executive at Buick, raised him. In 1945 he joined the US Marines and spent four years with them...
2. Kathryn Joosten Kathryn Joosten Actress, Wedding Crashers Kathryn is best known for her portrayals of "Karen McCluskey" on Desperate Housewives on ABC and of "Mrs. Landingham", secretary to the President (Martin Sheen), on the critically-acclaimed NBC drama, The West Wing. She has also recurred on Dharma & Greg, and guest-starred on many hit television series...
3. Robert Young Robert Young Actor, Crossfire Quiet, soft-spoken Robert grew up in California and had some stage experience with the Pasadena Playhouse before entering films in 1931. His movie career consisted of playing characters who were charming, good-looking--and bland. In fact, his screen image was such that he usually never got the girl...
4. Shelby Grant Shelby Grant Actress, Fantastic Voyage
5. Sally Mansfield Sally Mansfield Actress, Little Washington Sally Mansfield was the daughter of Samuel Mahder (October 5, 1901 - April 14, 1970) and Gertude (Page) Mahder (November 17, 1910 - Jan. 22, 1998) and trod the boards under her birth name at Chicago's Gage Park High School (5630 Rockwell Street) in the school's stage presentation of "The Tailormade Man" on June 19th and 20th...
6. Joe Wizan Joe Wizan Producer, Kiss the Girls
7. Bob Sweeney Bob Sweeney Director, Starman
8. Edward Arnold Jr. Edward Arnold Jr. Actor, Blazing Barriers
9. Jennifer Rae Beck Jennifer Rae Beck Actress, Gypsy
10. Karl Lukas Karl Lukas Actor, Blazing Saddles
11. Patricia Norris Patricia Norris Costume Designer, 12 Years a Slave
12. Lorraine Krueger Lorraine Krueger Actress, Dance, Girl, Dance
13. Jack Smith Jack Smith Actor, On Moonlight Bay Radio crooner "Smilin' Jack Smith" was a popular 40s and 50s personality. He was born Jack Ward Smith on Bainbridge Island, across Puget Sound from Seattle, Washington. His father, Walter Reed Smith, was the captain of the naval destroyer USS Dixie. Jack was named after the fort they were stationed at the time...
14. Patsy Parsons Patsy Parsons Actress, Yankee Doodle Dandy
15. Arch Oboler Arch Oboler Writer, Bewitched
16. Carl Urbano Carl Urbano Director, Tom & Jerry Kids Show
17. Harold D. Schuster Harold D. Schuster Director, So Dear to My Heart A highly regarded editor (he cut the classic Sunrise ), Harold D. Schuster started out in films as an actor. It didn't take him long to abandon that career, and he turned to the production side of the business, working his way up to editor and eventually taking the reins as a director. While much of his directorial output is routine...
18. Al C. Ward Al C. Ward Writer, Godzilla, King of the Monsters!
19. Jimmy Raitt Jimmy Raitt Art Department, Trading Places
20. John McPherson John McPherson Cinematographer, *batteries not included
21. Paul Trietsch Paul Trietsch Actor, Singin' Spurs
22. Allyn Ferguson Allyn Ferguson Music Department, Dune
23. Gloria Youngblood Gloria Youngblood Actress, The Goldwyn Follies
24. Hugh Hooker Hugh Hooker Stunts, Scarface Hugh Hooker was born on September 8, 1919 in Texas, USA as Hugh Milford Hooker. He is known for his work as a stuntman on Scarface (1983), National Lampoon's Vacation (1983) and Mannequin (1987). He worked as a stuntman in many B-westerns throughout his forty plus years as a stuntman. Between 1944 and 1955 he had minor charter actor roles in twenty westerns...
25. Seth Arnett Seth Arnett Stunts, The Lost World: Jurassic Park
26. Ray Berwick Ray Berwick Miscellaneous Crew, Gremlins
27. Bill Stulla Bill Stulla Self, KTLA at 40: A Celebration of Los Angeles Television
28. Malcolm C. Bert Malcolm C. Bert Art Director, Rebel Without a Cause
29. Emily Daniels Emily Daniels Camera and Electrical Department, I Love Lucy
30. Irving Taylor Irving Taylor Soundtrack, Memoirs of a Geisha As a teenager, Irving Taylor wrote college shows with _Vic Mizzy_ with whom he also won a songwriting contest. Enlisted in U.S. Navy on December 8, 1941, saw action in Mediterranean and Europe. Continued to write songs and work in television industry until his death. Wrote "Swing, Mr. Charlie" for Judy Garland...
31. Gary Wichard Gary Wichard Producer, Stone Cold
32. Malcolm Stuart Malcolm Stuart Producer, The Deliberate Stranger
33. Sidney Perell Sidney Perell Make-Up Department, The Private Eyes
34. Carroll Sax Carroll Sax Editor, Salem's Lot
35. Harry Templeton Harry Templeton Production Manager, Daughter of the Mind
36. Robert McCahon Robert McCahon Director, Running Wild
37. Sol Lomita Sol Lomita Actor, Zelig
38. Armand Tanny Armand Tanny Actor, Jet Pilot
39. Daan Van Tamelen Daan Van Tamelen Art Department, City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold
40. Arne Markusson Arne Markusson Actor, Caesar and Cleopatra
41. Jean-Maxime Perramon Jean-Maxime Perramon Art Department, FernGully: The Last Rainforest
42. Billy Consolo Billy Consolo Self, Sparky Anderson
43. Evelyn Marshall Evelyn Marshall Miscellaneous Crew, Doctor Detroit
43 names.