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1. Diana Dors Diana Dors Actress, Blonde Sinner Diana Dors was born Diana Mary Fluck on October 23, 1931 in Swindon, Wiltshire, England. She and her mother both nearly died from the traumatic birth. Because of the trauma, her mother lavished on Diana anything and everything she wanted--clothes, toys and dance lessons were the order of the day. Diana's love of films began when her mother took her to the local movies theaters...
2. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Self, A Queen Is Crowned
3. Leslie Charteris Leslie Charteris Writer, The Saint Chinese-English crime novelist, creator of "The Saint"
4. Lana Morris Lana Morris Actress, Man of the Moment Lana Morris always appeared to be more confident and mature than the other post war British starlets. However, the "big" roles always escaped her and she appeared as a supporting actress in many British films of the 1950s. She later re-started her career, appearing as a "professional panellist" on many of the TV shows of the 1960s.
5. Hugh E. Wright Hugh E. Wright Actor, Nothing Else Matters
6. Reginald Simpson Reginald Simpson Actor, The Valiant Skipper
7. Mary Kerridge Mary Kerridge Actress, Richard III
8. Eddie Eddon Eddie Eddon Stunts, Batman
9. Prince Albert Prince Albert Writer, Engines of Change
10. Keith Wilson Keith Wilson Production Designer, The Hills Have Eyes II Keith Wilson trained for his profession at Rochester's Medway College of Art and Design. From the mid-1960's, he had a long association with AP Films and Gerry Anderson, who initially hired him as an assistant to art director Bob Bell. Promoted to production designer, he was especially noted for his work on creating scenery and puppets for Thunderbirds...
11. Harry Oakes Harry Oakes Visual Effects, Aliens After service with the Royal Corps of Signals, Harry Oakes volunteered for the AFPU and served with No 5 Section in North West Europe from 1944 - 1945. He then served in South East Asia and then returned to cover the Allied Occupation of Vienna, December 1946. Equally at home using a cine or still photograph camera...
12. Zane Cronjé Zane Cronjé Composer, Yankee Zulu
13. Mrs. Oliphant Mrs. Oliphant Writer, The Open Door
14. David Paltenghi David Paltenghi Director, The Electronic Monster
15. Denis Compton Denis Compton Self, The Final Test
16. Norman Hartnell Norman Hartnell Costume Designer, Non-Stop New York
17. Bernard Freyberg Bernard Freyberg Uncategorised Bernard Cyril Freyberg was born in Richmond, Surrey, on March 21st 1889 - the son of a Surveyor. At the age of two, he and his parents settled in Wellington, New Zealand, and attended Wellington College. He was New Zealand 100 Yards Swimming champion in 1906 and 1910. Despite his future military career...
18. Ernest Hendrie Ernest Hendrie Actor, A Will and a Way Ernest Hendrie born in London in 1859. Highly successful stage performer, his most notable stage role was in 'The Bride of Love to Sweet Nancy' in 1890 and as Tylo in 'The Blue Bird' which he later appeared in the film version in 1910. He also co-authored 'The Elder Miss Blossom' a comedy which was also made into a movie in 1919...
19. Stanley Yeomanson Stanley Yeomanson Art Department, The Outsider
20. Helen McArthur Helen McArthur Self, Mr & Mrs
20 names.