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1. Paul Newman Paul Newman Actor, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Screen legend, superstar, and the man with the most famous blue eyes in movie history, Paul Leonard Newman was born in January 1925, in Cleveland, Ohio, the second son of Theresa (Fetsko) and Arthur Sigmund Newman. Paul's father was Jewish, the son of immigrants from Poland and Hungary; he owned a successful sporting goods store...
2. Imogene Coca Imogene Coca Actress, National Lampoon's Vacation Imogene Coca is best remembered for playing opposite Sid Caesar in the live 90-minute Your Show of Shows, which ran every Saturday night in regular season on NBC from February 1950 to June 1954. Their repertoire of comedy acts included the very memorable, hilarious, timeless and irreconcilable married couple Charlie and Doris Hickenlooper...
3. Sandy Dennis Sandy Dennis Actress, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? It would not be easy for anyone to out-do one of American theater's finest thespians, but somehow actress Sandy Dennis managed to even out-quirk the legendary Geraldine Page when it came to affecting nervous ticks and offbeat mannerisms on stage and in film. She and Page had few peers when it came to the neurotic-dispensing department...
4. Brett Somers Brett Somers Self, The T.V. Show
5. Dan Hartman Dan Hartman Soundtrack, Rocky IV
6. Robert Stevens Robert Stevens Director, Where Is Everybody? Of all the very talented and capable directors to work on the two Alfred Hitchcock television series, Robert Stevens was the only one ever honored with the Emmy Award. His skill behind the camera, also honored by a DGA nomination in 1957, was one of the major influences on the half-hour Hitchcock show...
7. Alex Raymond Alex Raymond Writer, Flash Gordon Alexander Gillespie Raymond was born on October 2, 1909 in New Rochelle, New York, to Beatrice Wallazz (Crossley) and Alexander Gillespie Raymond, a civil engineer and road builder, who encouraged his drawing from an early age. His sister, Beatrice, was the paternal grandmother of actors Matt Dillon and Kevin Dillon. He was of Irish, Scottish, and German descent...
8. Betty Amann Betty Amann Actress, East of Shanghai Born in Germany to American parents, dark-haired Betty Amann (born Philippine Amann) grew up in the US. She began her screen career as Bee Amann in the mid-'20s, but returned to Germany after appearing in a 'Tom Tyler' Western for low-budget FBO Pictures. Arriving in the wake of Louise Brooks, she...
9. Grace Carney Grace Carney Actress, The Owl and the Pussycat
10. Larry Williams Larry Williams Writer, Eat, Drink, and Be Merry... for Tomorrow Ker-Boom
11. Dorothy Bryce Dorothy Bryce Actress, Glacier Bay
12. Joan Whitney Joan Whitney Soundtrack, The Right Stuff
13. Hardie Gramatky Hardie Gramatky Writer, Melody Time
14. Bernard Green Bernard Green Composer, All the Way Home Composed and conducted music for radio ("Here's Morgan"), television (Mister Peepers, Your Show of Shows), records (backing Wally Cox and Tony Randall, plus 3 stereo LPs of his own orchestra), and movies. Created very whimsical music, often including a circus calliope in the orchestra. Among his admirers was band-leader Spike Jones.
15. Francis Cugat Francis Cugat Editorial Department, The Caine Mutiny
16. Robert Lawson Robert Lawson Writer, Ferdinand the Bull
17. John Vlahos John Vlahos Writer, Studio One in Hollywood
18. Hy Zaret Hy Zaret Soundtrack, Goodfellas Academy Award-nominated songwriter and lyricist ("Unchained Melody", 1955, with composer Alex North for the film "Unchained") and attorney, educated at West Virginia University and the Brooklyn Law School (LL.B). He practised law for several years, then joined the United States Army in World War II, serving in the Special Services where he wrote special material for the album "Strictly G.I."...
19. Phillip Dunning Phillip Dunning Writer, Broadway
20. Duane Decker Duane Decker Writer, You're Telling Me
21. Leo Chalzel Leo Chalzel Actor, Men in White
22. Ray Egan Ray Egan Soundtrack, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Prolific lyricist ("Ain't We Got Fun?", "Sleepy Time Gal", "Till We Meet Again"), he came to the USA in 1892 and was educated at the University of Michigan. He was a bank clerk, and then a staff writer for Grinnells Music Company in Detroit, Michigan. He wrote songs for the Broadway musicals "Robinson Crusoe...
23. Mel Casson Mel Casson Actor, Draw Me a Laugh
24. Tracy Sugarman Tracy Sugarman Self, Freedom Summer
25. Judith Kealey Judith Kealey Actress, Tick Tock
26. Robert J. Wussler Robert J. Wussler Production Manager, The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind
27. Max Wilk Max Wilk Writer, Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River
28. Francesc Cugat Francesc Cugat Art Department, The Gaucho
29. Bernard Jaffe Bernard Jaffe Actor, True Love
30. Sidney Michaels Sidney Michaels Writer, Tippy-Top
31. Crockett Johnson Crockett Johnson Writer, Alice of Wonderland in Paris
32. Hal James Hal James Miscellaneous Crew, Man of La Mancha
33. Montague Glass Montague Glass Writer, In Hollywood with Potash and Perlmutter
34. Ruth Matteson Ruth Matteson Actress, The Edge of Night
35. George Lowther George Lowther Writer, The Edge of Night Writer, director and producer who broke into radio at 13 as an NBC page. Eventually he was writing episodes for "The Adventures of Superman", Terry and the Pirates", "The Adventures of Tom Mix", and "Dick Tracy", then a writer, director and producer of radio's Guy Lombardo and Morton Downey Shows and "Broadway Calling" with Gertrude Lawrence...
36. John Chapman John Chapman Self, Episode #4.30
37. Kenneth Raisbeck Kenneth Raisbeck Writer, The Gay Defender
38. John Haggott John Haggott Producer, The Walking Hills
39. Alan Hynd Alan Hynd Writer, Betrayal from the East
40. Frances Dunning Frances Dunning Writer, The Woman Racket
41. Leonid Kipnis Leonid Kipnis Producer, Oedipus Rex
42. William Marceau William Marceau Director, The Plainclothesman
43. Dave Lambert Dave Lambert Soundtrack, Waiting for the Light Composer, author, songwriter, drummer, trumpeter, singer and arranger, educated in high school and then a trumpeter, vocalist and drummer with the Hugh McGinnes Trio between 1936 and 1938. He entered World War II military service with the US Army, and then led vocal groups for the orchestras of Johnny Long and Gene Krupa from 1943 to 1945...
43 names.