Chapel of the Pines Crematoryby Syl | created - 16 Aug 2012 | updated - 29 Sep 2016 | Public
The men and women who were cremated and interred at Chapel of the Pines Crematory in Los Angeles, California.
Lionel Atwill was born into a wealthy family and was educated at London's prestigious Mercer School to become an architect, but his interest turned to the stage. He worked his way progressively into the craft and debuted at age 20 at the Garrick Theatre in London. He acted and improved regularly ...
Plot: Ashes were interred here but the family has since moved them to an unknown location.
Director | The Son-of-a-Gun
American actor-director-writer-producer Gilbert M. Anderson, father of the movie cowboy and the first Western star, was born Maxwell Henry Aronson in Little Rock, Arkansas. His parents, Esther (Ash) and Henry Aronson, were from New York. His father was from a German Jewish family, and his mother ...
3. Ted Adams
Actor | The Lion Man
The son of vaudeville performers, Richard Theodore "Ted" Adams was part of his parents' troupe before attending Cornell University at the age of 18. After college he did stock work for three years before going to New York City and stage work there. For more than half his life he performed on the ...
Actor | I Cover the War!
Arthur Aylesworth was born on August 12, 1881 in Apponaugh, Rhode Island, USA as Arthur Preston Aylesworth. He was an actor, known for I Cover the War! (1937), King of the Underworld (1939) and Brigham Young (1940). He was married to Elizabeth and Sadie Harris. He died on June 26, 1946 in Los ...
Actor | Rear Window
Composer, prolific songwriter ("Come On-a My House", "Witch Doctor", "Chipmunk Song"), author, actor, producer, impressionist, educated at Coll. Writer, and has made many records. He joined ASCAP in 1951, and specialized in catchy, hummable melodies. Some of his other popular-song compositions ...
His remains have been moved.
6. Alma Bennett
Actress | The Lost World
Alma Bennett was born on April 9, 1904 in Seattle, Washington, USA as Alma Long. She was an actress, known for The Lost World (1925), Orchids and Ermine (1927) and The Dawn of a Tomorrow (1924). She was married to Blackie Whiteford, Harry Spingler and Fred Bennett. She died on September 16, 1958 in...
Actress | The Rainbow
Dorothy Bernard was born on June 25, 1890 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa as Nora Dorothy Bernard. She was an actress, known for The Rainbow (1917), The Little Gypsy (1915) and The Wild Goose (1921). She was married to A.H. Van Buren. She died on December 15, 1955 in Hollywood, California, USA.
8. Nigel Bruce
Actor | Rebecca
Nigel was, from the beginning, typecast as bumbling English aristocrats, military types or drawing room society snobs and, within the narrow parameters of his range, he was very, very good at playing these parts. Nigel Bruce was born in Mexico, where his father, Sir William W. Bruce, worked as an ...
Plot: Vault #35167
9. Mae Busch
Actress | Sons of the Desert
Mae Busch can certainly claim career versatility, having successfully played Erich von Stroheim's mistress, Lon Chaney's girlfriend, Charley Chase's sister, James Finlayson's ex-wife and Oliver Hardy's wife! She was born in Melbourne, Australia, in 1891; her parents were in the theater and when she...
Plot: Deadora Hall, South on left side in R, Sec. 7 down from top, in middle
10. Leonard Carey
Actor | Rebecca
Leonard Carey was born on February 25, 1887 in London, England. He was an actor, known for Rebecca (1940), Bombshell (1933) and The Little Minister (1934). He died on September 11, 1977 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Plot: Chapel, Section A, Niche 202
11. Louise Carver
Actress | The Big Trail
Louise Carver was born on June 9, 1869 in Davenport, Iowa, USA as Mary Louise Steiger. She was an actress and writer, known for The Big Trail (1930), The Man from Blankley's (1930) and Romeo and Juliet (1908). She was married to Tom Murray. She died on June 18, 1956 in Hollywood, California, USA.
12. Helen Chandler
Actress | Dracula
Helen Chandler was born in Charleston, South Carolina on February 1, 1906. By the late 1920s she had become a hugely popular actress on the New York stage. That Hollywood should beckon was inevitable, but unfortunately whatever quality made Chandler a success on the stage did not survive the ...
Plot: Vaultage section
13. Colin Clive
Actor | Frankenstein
Who could forget Colin Clive's "It's Alive! It's Alive!" as he melted to the floor mumbling the same over and over in ecstasy after his success at animating the Monster in the first sound version of Frankenstein (1931). Film history - horror film history - but part of a short history for actor ...
Plot: Cenotaph located in Rose Garden. Actual ashes likely scattered at sea.
14. Charles Coleman
Actor | Poor Little Rich Girl
Charles Coleman was born on December 22, 1885 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia as Charles Pearce Coleman. He was an actor, known for Poor Little Rich Girl (1936), Bachelor Apartment (1931) and Becky Sharp (1935). He was married to Beatrice. He died on March 8, 1951 in Woodland Hills, Los ...
15. June Collyer
Actress | Murder by Television
June Collyer was born Dorothea Heermance in New York City on August 19, 1906. She began her career in the film East Side, West Side (1927). After making the successful change to the sound era, June continued to work, something some of her counterparts couldn't do. She appeared on the silver screen ...
16. Tom Conway
Actor | Cat People
Tom Conway played "The Falcon" in ten of that series' entries. He starred in three Val Lewton horror classics. He appeared in comedies, musicals, two Tarzan films and even science fiction films.
He was early television's Detective Mark Saber, but Conway will probably be best remembered as George ...
Plot: Cremated. Ashes in vaultage.
17. Cecil Cunningham
Actress | The Awful Truth
Cecil Cunningham was born on August 2, 1888 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Edna Cecil Cunningham. She was an actress, known for The Awful Truth (1937), Playboy of Paris (1930) and Cowboy Serenade (1942). She was married to Jean C. Havez. She died on April 17, 1959 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
18. Edgar Dearing
Actor | Abraham Lincoln
Edgar Dearing was born on May 4, 1893 in Ceres, California, USA. He was an actor, known for Abraham Lincoln (1930), Raiders of Tomahawk Creek (1950) and The Gene Autry Show (1950). He was married to Lila Stones and Nelvina Hyink. He died on August 17, 1974 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California.
19. William Desmond
Born in the upstate New York town of Horseheads in 1878, William Desmond began his show business career in vaudeville and on the stage. He had his own theatrical company by the time he made his film debut in Kilmeny (1915). Starting out in dramatic parts, Desmond soon switched to westerns and ...
20. Margaret Dumont
Actress | Duck Soup
Margaret Dumont would probably consider it a tragedy that she is best-known for her performances as the ultimate straight woman in seven of the Marx Brothers' films (including most of their best). By all accounts she never understood their jokes (offscreen and on), which is of course a major reason...
21. Stuart Erwin
Actor | Pigskin Parade
Stuart Erwin was born on February 14, 1903 in Squaw Valley, California, USA as Stuart Phillip Erwin. He was an actor, known for Pigskin Parade (1936), Before Dawn (1933) and Bachelor Bait (1934). He was married to June Collyer. He died on December 21, 1967 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California.
22. Anthony Eustrel
Actor | The Unsinkable Molly Brown
Anthony Eustrel was born on October 12, 1902 in London, England. He was an actor, known for The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964), Caesar and Cleopatra (1945) and The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952). He died on July 2, 1979 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Plot: Unmarked, ashes scattered in the Rose Garden
23. Renee Evans
Renee Evans was born on February 29, 1908 in London, England as Frances Irene Evans. She was an actress, known for 42nd Street (1933), Ivy (1947) and Jackass Mail (1942). She was married to John Alban. She died on December 22, 1971 in Hollywood, California, USA.
24. E.P. Evers
Actor | Drugged Waters
E.P. Evers was born on September 12, 1874 in Villa Ridge, Illinois, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for Drugged Waters (1916), The Jungle (1914) and Her Own Home (1914). He died on July 22, 1945 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
25. Bess Flowers
Actress | Beginner's Luck
Bess Flowers was born on November 23, 1898 in Sherman, Texas, USA. She was an actress, known for Beginner's Luck (1935), Song of the Thin Man (1947) and We Faw Down (1928). She was married to Cullen Tate and William S. Holman. She died on July 28, 1984 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, ...
Plot: Ashes scattered in Rose Garden
26. Raymond Friedgen
Producer | Hong Kong Affair
Raymond Friedgen was born on October 18, 1893 in New York City, New York, USA as John Raymond Friedgen. He was a producer and assistant director, known for Hong Kong Affair (1958), Broken Barriers (1919) and Killers of the Sea (1937). He died on March 1, 1966 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
27. Maude Fulton
Actress | Silk Legs
Talented Maude Fulton was born on 14 May, 1881 in Eldorado, Kansas, the daughter of Titus P. and Lulu Fulton. Her father was a newspaper editor who over the years operated several papers in Butler and Crawford counties in Kansas before his death sometime in late 1890s. By 1900 Maude was working as ...
Plot: Ashes in basement vaultage [unmarked]
29. Edmund Gwenn
Actor | Miracle on 34th Street
There are very few character actors from the 1930s, '40s or '50s who rose to the rank of stardom. Only a rare man or woman reached the level of renown and admiration, and had enough audience appeal, to be the first name in a cast's billing, a name that got marquee posting. Charles Coburn comes to ...
Plot: Ashes in vaultage
30. Raymond Hackett
Actor | The Cat Creeps
Raymond Hackett was born on July 15, 1902 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for The Cat Creeps (1930), The Trial of Mary Dugan (1929) and The Love of Sunya (1927). He was married to Blanche Sweet and Myra Hampton. He died on July 7, 1958 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
31. Jean Hagen
Actress | Singin' in the Rain
Jean Shirley Verhagen (later shortened to Hagen) was born in Chicago, Illinois on August 3, 1923. Her father was a Dutch immigrant. Hagen and her family moved to Elkhart, Indiana when she was twelve; she subsequently graduated from Elkhart High School. Afterwards, she graduated from Northwestern ...
32. Hobart Henley
Actor | Parentage
Hobart Henley was born on November 23, 1887 in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. He was an actor and director, known for Parentage (1917), A Certain Young Man (1928) and A Gay Old Dog (1919). He was married to Corinne Barker. He died on May 22, 1964 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Plot: Ashes scattered in Rose Garden
33. Halliwell Hobbes
Actor | You Can't Take It with You
Born at Shakespeare's birthplace, Stratford-on-Avon, Halliwell Hobbes could perhaps not aspire to anything else but to be an actor. He made his stage debut in 1898 playing Shakespearean repertory with the famous acting company of Sir Frank Benson throughout England. Among others he played opposite ...
Plot: Unmarked, ashes scattered in the Rose Garden
34. Arthur Hoyt
Actor | It Happened One Night
Extremely prolific actor/director of the silent screen, on Broadway from 1905. Hoyt joined the acting fraternity through the recommendations of an uncle, who worked as dramatic editor for a Cleveland tabloid. Signed by theatrical producer George C. Tyler (1868-1946), he began on stage (earning $10 ...
Plot: Alcove J, Niche 52
35. Warren Hymer
Actor | One Way Passage
Warren Hymer was born on February 25, 1906 in New York City, New York, USA as Edgar Warren Hymer. He was an actor, known for One Way Passage (1932), The Lady and the Mob (1939) and 20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932). He was married to Beau Williams and Virginia Meyer. He died on March 25, 1948 in Los...
Plot: Memory Hall, Section C, Niche H-17
36. Lloyd Ingraham
Lloyd Ingraham was born on November 30, 1874 in Rochelle, Illinois, USA as Lloyd Chauncey Ingraham. He was an actor and director, known for Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916), At the Sign of the Jack O'Lantern (1922) and Don Mike (1927). He was married to Maude May Plopper. He ...
Plot: Deodora Hall North, Section K, Niche 40
37. Julanne Johnston
Actress | Dame Chance
From Indianapolis Julanne's family lived briefly in Pittsburg, Pa., and then settled in Los Angeles where she attended the Hollywood School for Girls. She also studied dancing, went on tour with the Ruth St. Denis dancers, which led to her first screen part as a dancer. In her post-screen life in ...
Plot: Ashes scattered in Rosegarden
Actress | The Plaything of Broadway
Justine Johnstone was born on January 31, 1895 in Englewood, New Jersey, USA. She was an actress, known for The Plaything of Broadway (1921), Blackbirds (1920) and A Heart to Let (1921). She was married to Walter Wanger. She died on September 3, 1982 in Santa Monica, California, USA.
39. Dorothy Jordan
Actress | The Searchers
Brunette Dorothy Jordan was a graduate of Southwestern University and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Trained as a ballerina, she first graced the stage as a chorus girl in top flight musicals, like "Funny Face" (1927), with Fred Astaire, and "Treasure Girl" (1928), with Gertrude Lawrence and...
40. Gregory La Cava
Director | Stage Door
A former cartoonist, Gregory La Cava entered films during WWI as an animator for Walter Lantz on such animated films as "The Katzenjammer Kids" series. Hired by the Hearst Corp. as the editor-in-chief for its International Comic Films division, La Cava switched to live-action films in the 1920s and...
41. Lew Landers
Director | Pacific Liner
Rivaling Sam Newfield and William Beaudine as one of the American film industry's most prolific directors, Lew Landers began directing features in the mid-'30s under his real name of Louis Friedlander, but changed it to Lew Landers after several films. His first effort, The Raven (1935), with Boris...
42. William LeBaron
Producer | It's the Old Army Game
Producer, songwriter, composer and author, educated at the University of Chicago and New York University. He wrote a number of Broadway stage scores and libretti, and worked as the managing editor of Cosmopolitan magazine between 1918 and 1919, then was the director general of Cosmopolitan ...
Plot: Mezzanine, Section B, Niche 80
43. Mitchell Leisen
Director | Death Takes a Holiday
Mitchell Leisen was born on October 6, 1898 in Menominee, Michigan, USA as James Mitchell Leisen. He was a director and art director, known for Death Takes a Holiday (1934), The Mating Season (1951) and Remember the Night (1940). He was married to Sandra Gahle. He died on October 28, 1972 in ...
Plot: Ashes in vaultage, no public access.
44. Montagu Love
Actor | Gunga Din
Montague Love - certainly an intriguing name - but his own - started his working life as a newspaper man in London. His primary expertise centered on being a field illustrator and cartoonist who covered the Boer War (1899-1902). His realistic battle sketches gained him popularity among readers, but...
45. Wilfred Lucas
Actor | Modern Times
The youngest of three sons, he was born in Toronto, Canada and was educated at McGill University then In 1904 he moved to New York where he appeared in a number of plays on Broadway including The Blue Grass Handicap, The Superstition of Sue and successful The Chorus Lady after which he was invited ...
Actor | Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
J. Farrell MacDonald was born on April 14, 1875 in Waterbury, Connecticut, USA as Joseph Farrell MacDonald. He was an actor and director, known for Sunrise (1927), Show Boat (1936) and The Maltese Falcon (1931). He was married to Edith Bostwick. He died on August 2, 1952 in Hollywood, California, ...
47. Herbert Marshall
Actor | Foreign Correspondent
Herbert Marshall had trained to become a certified accountant, but his interest turned to the stage. He lost a leg while serving in World War I, he was rehabilitated with a wooden leg. This did not stop him from making good his decision to make the stage as his vocation. He used a very deliberate ...
48. Edward Martindel
Actor | The Duchess of Buffalo
Edward Martindel was born on July 8, 1876 in Hamilton, Ohio, USA. He was an actor, known for The Duchess of Buffalo (1926), Clarence (1922) and The Desert Song (1929). He was married to Jane. He died on May 4, 1955 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.
49. Sarah Y. Mason
Writer | Little Women
Had two children with her husband Victor Heerman - a daughter Catharine Anliss Heerman (February 5, 1922-April 4, 2007), an artist and teacher of art in Southern California, and a son Victor Eugene Herrman, Jr. (1924/5-July 2, 2014), a successful breeder of Thoroughbred racehorses.
50. Torben Meyer
Actor | Judgment at Nuremberg
Torben Meyer was born on December 1, 1884 in Århus, Denmark as Torben Emil Meyer. He was an actor, known for Judgment at Nuremberg (1961), The Last Warning (1929) and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1964). He died on May 22, 1975 in Hollywood, California, USA.
Plot: Ashes in Vaultage.
51. Gertrude Michael
Actress | The Last Outpost
Gertrude Michael was born in Talledega, Alabama on June 1, 1911. After graduating from high school, she appeared on radio, as a musician and "Home Arts" advisor. She attended the University of Alabama and Converse College, Spartenburg,SC and the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. It was in ...
52. Thomas Mitchell
Actor | Stagecoach
Thomas Mitchell was one of the great American character actors, whose credits read like a list of the greatest films of the 20th century: Lost Horizon (1937); Stagecoach (1939); The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939); Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939); Gone with the Wind (1939); It's a Wonderful Life...
Plot: Cremated at the Chapel of the Pines and his ashes are in Vaultage
53. Leonard Mudie
Actor | Captain Blood
Leonard Mudie was a stalwart acting veteran who made nearly 150 appearances before the camera. He was from the Midlands of England and began on stage in 1908 at the Gaiety Theater (1884-1959) in Manchester. This was the first regional repertory theater in England and well noted for the spectrum of ...
54. Alan Napier
Actor | Marnie
Alan Napier was born on January 7, 1903 in Kings Norton, Worcestershire, England. Tall, distinguished-looking English character actor with aristocratic bearing and precisely modulated voice. A cousin of the former British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, he studied at the Royal Academy of ...
55. Ray Nazarro
Writer | Bullfighter and the Lady
Boston-born Ray Nazarro began his movie career in the silent-film era, where he often worked as an assistant director. He started his directing career in 1932, beginning with shorts and graduating to low-budget quickie features for Poverty Row studios. He alternated between directing shorts and an ...
56. Tom Neal
Actor | Detour
Tom Neal is best remembered for his off-screen exploits, which involved scandal, mayhem and a charge of murder. Before his 1938 screen debut in MGM's Out West with the Hardys (1938), Neal had been a member of the boxing team at Northwestern University, had debuted on the Broadway stage in 1935 and ...
Plot: Cremated; Location of ashes unknown
In 1949, 16 years after his ground breaking work on "King Kong", Willis O'Brien worked as Chief Technician on another gorilla picture for Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Shoedsack called "Mighty Joe Young". A young Ray Harryhausen would animate most of the animation, but O'Brien did come up with the...
Plot: Deodora Hall South, Section W, Niche 15 (near the top of the wall).
58. Vivien Oakland
Actress | The Florodora Girl
This vivacious, platinum-blonde leading lady of silent screen comedy was a former Ziegfeld Girl (under her birth name 'Anderson'). The daughter of Norwegian immigrants, she appeared in vaudeville from early childhood and began in films in 1915. Two years later she made her debut on Broadway. From ...
59. Florence Oakley
Actress | A Most Immoral Lady
Florence Oakley was born on December 21, 1890 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA as Florence Belle McKim. She was an actress, known for A Most Immoral Lady (1929). She was married to Lewis Stone and Percy Church Pryor (actor). She died on September 25, 1956 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
60. Philip Ober
Actor | From Here to Eternity
Philip Ober's bald head, stern bearing and booming voice made him a natural for the roles of business executives, high-ranking military officers and other authority figures he played so well. A Princeton University graduate, Ober spent years as an advertising executive for several different ...
61. Franklin Parker
Actor | I Cover the War!
Franklin Parker was born on November 8, 1902 in Fillmore, Missouri, USA. He was an actor, known for I Cover the War! (1937), The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1933) and Behind Jury Doors (1932). He died on June 12, 1962 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.
62. Stuart Paton
Director | The Gray Ghost
Stuart Paton was born on July 23, 1883 in Glasgow, Scotland. He was a director and writer, known for The Gray Ghost (1917), 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1916) and Hell-Bent for Frisco (1931). He was married to Ethel Patrick. He died on December 16, 1944 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, ...
63. Eileen Percy
Actress | The Husband Hunter
Eileen Percy was born in Belfast, Ireland on August 21, 1900. She got an early start in films when she landed the role of Ethel Forsythe in 1917's Down to Earth (1917). She was barely 17 years old. Eileen was kept busy as the twenties rolled in with roles in The Third Eye (1920), Why Trust Your ...
Actor | The Flame Fighter
Herbert Rawlinson was born on November 15, 1885 in Brighton, East Sussex, England as Herbert Banemann Rawlinson. He was an actor and producer, known for The Flame Fighter (1925), The Carter Case (1919) and The Victor (1923). He was married to Loraine Abigail Long, Roberta Arnold and Josephine Norman...
66. Rachel Roberts
Actress | Murder on the Orient Express
Beautiful, swift and tough-tongued British character actress Rachel Roberts gained notice for her roles on the English stage, before she hit it largely in films. Born in Wales and married to actor Rex Harrison in 1962, Roberts made her film debut in a key role in J. Lee Thompson's Young and Willing...
67. Harry Ruby
Music_department | Duck Soup
As 'Harry Ruby', Harry Rubenstein was a 'song plugger' for Gus Edwards and for George Gershwin at Jerome H. Remick's, the Detroit music publishing firm. He had unfulfilled ambitions to become a professional baseball player and had previously worked the vaudeville circuit as a pianist with The ...
Plot: In vaultage (not accessible to the general public)
Producer | The Millionaire Baby
Born into a large Bohemian-Polish family in Chicago on March 14, 1864, William N. Selig was one of the true pioneers of the motion picture industry. Though not widely remembered today, his Selig Polyscope Co. was responsible for many landmark events in early cinema. Among these were construction of...
Plot: Hall of Memory Columbarium, L-6
69. Herbert Standing
Actor | An International Marriage
Herbert Standing was born on November 13, 1846 in Peckham, London, England. He was an actor, known for An International Marriage (1916), Hypocrites (1915) and David Garrick (1916). He was married to Emilie Brown. He died on December 5, 1923 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
70. Vernon Steele
Actor | Captain Blood
Vernon Steele was born on September 18, 1882 in Santiago, Chile. He was an actor, known for Captain Blood (1935), Kidnapped (1938) and Temptation (1923). He was married to Vivia Steele. He died on July 23, 1955 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
71. Harry Stubbs
Actor | The Invisible Man
Harry Stubbs was born on December 7, 1874 in Southampton, Hampshire, England as Harry Oakes Stubbs. He was an actor, known for The Invisible Man (1933), The Locked Door (1929) and Alibi (1929). He was married to Susan. He died on March 9, 1950 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.
72. Stephen Stucker
Actor | Airplane!
Stephen Stucker was a marvelously wild and dynamic free-spirited actor who specialized in deliciously broad portrayals of memorably outrageous characters in a handful of comedies made in the 70's and 80's. Stucker was born on July 2, 1947 in Des Moines, Iowa. He attended Lincoln School in Alameda, ...
73. Zeffie Tilbury
Actress | The Grapes of Wrath
Zeffie Tilbury was born on November 20, 1863 in London, England as Zeffie Agnes Lydia Tilbury. She was an actress, known for The Grapes of Wrath (1940), Camille (1921) and The Mystery of Edwin Drood (1935). She was married to L. E. Woodthorpe and Arthur Frederick Lewis. She died on July 24, 1950 in...
Plot: Memorial Hall G, L-10
74. Florence Turner
Actress | A Welsh Singer
Widely publicized as "The Vitagraph Girl," dark-haired silent film actress Florence Turner was one of the screen's first celebrities to be called by the term "movie star." Born in New York City in 1885, she was pushed into the business at age 3 by an overzealous stage mother, performing on the ...
75. Philip Van Zandt
Actor | Citizen Kane
Philip Van Zandt was born on October 4, 1904 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands as Philip Pinheiro. He was an actor, known for Citizen Kane (1941), His Kind of Woman (1951) and House of Frankenstein (1944). He died on February 15, 1958 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
76. H.B. Warner
Actor | It's a Wonderful Life
Henry Byron Warner was the definitive cinematic Jesus Christ in Cecil B. DeMille's The King of Kings (1927). He was born into a prominent theatrical family on October 26, 1875 in London. His father was Charles Warner, and his grandfather was James Warner, both prominent English actors. He replaced ...
Plot: Ashes in vaultage, not accessible for public viewing.
77. E. Alyn Warren
Actor | Red Wine
E. Alyn Warren was born on June 2, 1874 in Richmond, Virginia, USA as Edward Alyn Warren. He was an actor, known for Red Wine (1928), Port of Seven Seas (1938) and The Bells (1926). He died on January 22, 1940 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.
78. Lyle R. Wheeler
Art_director | Gone with the Wind
He was known as the 'dean of Hollywood art directors'. Lyle Wheeler worked on more than 350 films, winning five Academy Awards ('Gone with the Wind', 'Anna and the King of Siam',The Robe (1953),The King and I (1956) and The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)) and was nominated for twenty-four others. The ...
Plot: Deodora Hall South, Section U, Niche 68
79. Kathlyn Williams
Actress | The Rosary
Pioneer silver screen star Kathlyn Williams is primarily known as the spry blonde of the very first Hollywood cliffhanger, The Adventures of Kathlyn (1913), in which her real first name was used in the title. This accomplishment has resulted in many reference works mistakenly referring to her as an...
Plot: Deodora Hall, South Columbarium
80. Richard Wallace
Director | Captain Caution
Richard Wallace was born in Sacramento, California, in 1894. At 14 years of age he got a job as a theater projectionist, a job he held for four years. He later traveled to Los Angeles to get into the film industry, and wound up as an editor for such studios as Triangle and Robertson-Cole. His ...