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1. Richard Manuel Richard Manuel Soundtrack, Raging Bull Richard Manuel was one of the leaders of the rock group The Band. Known as the "funny" one, Manuel was also very frail and was prone to drug use. He sang some of the group's most prominent songs, "King Harvest (Has Surely Come)", "Tears of Rage", "Whispering Pines" and "I Shall Be Released". After starring in a few films and The Band's masterpiece concert The Last Waltz...
2. Jack Russell Jack Russell Actor, Max Liebman Presents: The Merry Widow
3. Harry Revier Harry Revier Director, Child Bride Producer/director Harry Revier was born Harry Jack Revier in Philadelphia, PA, in 1890. Little is known about his life until 1914, when he produced and directed The Imp Abroad, a short released by Universal Film Mfg. Co. (the predecessor of Univesal Pictures), starring future directors Rupert Julian and James W. Horne...
4. Beatrice La Plante Beatrice La Plante Actress, Merely a Maid
5. Winston Churchill Winston Churchill Writer, The Dwelling Place of Light
6. Jess Gregg Jess Gregg Writer, Matinee Theatre
7. Warren Coffman Warren Coffman Self, War Stories with Oliver North
8. Archimedes Patti Archimedes Patti Miscellaneous Crew, Vietnam: A Television History
9. Frank King Frank King Writer, Gasoline Alley
10. Edwin Granberry Edwin Granberry Writer, The Robert Herridge Theater American novelist Edwin Granberry was born in Meridian, MS, in 1897. In 1907 the family moved to Florida, and he later went to college there. His college education was interrupted by a stint in the US Marine Corps as a private in France during World War I. After his discharge he went back to college...
11. J. Mark Rosenthal J. Mark Rosenthal Art Department, Bollywood and Vine
12. Adam Richardson Adam Richardson Actor, Action!!!
13. Jonathan May Jonathan May Music Department, Top Speed
14. Sidney Homer Sidney Homer Soundtrack, Bright Road Composer ("Sweet and Low"), and educator, a graduate of Rollins College (honorary music degree) and the Curtis Institute, and a music student of Chadwick and Rheinberger. He taught harmony and counterpoint in Boston. Joining ASCAP in 1924, his other song compositions included "Thy Voice is Heard", "Dearest", "Sheep and Lambs", and "Banjo Song".
14 names.