• Erik Ode

    1910 - 1983

    Erik Ode (1910 - 1983)

    Actor. He is most well known for his leading role as “Der Kommisar” between 1969 and 1976.

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  • Erminio Macario

    1902 - 1980

    Erminio Macario (1902 - 1980)

    Born in Turin, Macario made his debut at young age in the amateur dramatics company Don Bosco Oratory in Valdocco, then he was part of some small amateur companies of his hometown until 1924 when he was cast in the company of dancing and pantomime of Giovanni Molasso. Soon after, he entered the company of […]

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  • Ernestine Wade

    1906 - 1983

    Ernestine Wade (1906 - 1983)

    Actress. In the 1940s, she went to Hollywood, got a job as a secretary, later auditioned for music opportunities and was cast to do voice-overs in the animated Disney film “Song of the South” (1946). She is best remembered for her role as ‘Sapphire Stevens’ on the comedy “Amos ‘n’ Andy” radio show and later […]

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  • Estelle Brody

    1900 - 1995

    Estelle Brody (1900 - 1995)

    Actress. Daughter of renowned Yiddish Theater composer Joseph Brody, Sister of Composer Murray L. Brody.

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  • Ethan Laidlaw

    1899 - 1963

    Ethan Laidlaw (1899 - 1963)

    Prolific motion picture character actor, appearing mostly in Westerns of the 1920s, 30s, 40s, and 50s. 

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  • Ethel Beard

    1918 - 2003

    Ethel Beard (1918 - 2003)

    Actress. Beard appeared on radio in the 1940s with the likes of Hume Cronyn, Jonathan Winters, and Sid Caesar, as part of the Experimental Radio Theater, also known as, Experimental Playhouse of the Air. From 1960 to 1962, Beard was a hostess on Merv Griffin’s television game show, “Play Your Hunch.”

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  • Etsushi Takahashi

    1935 - 1996

    Etsushi Takahashi (1935 - 1996)

    Actor. His movies include “East Meets West”(1995), “8 Man”(1992), “Return from the River Kwai”(1988), “Kyudan” (1982), “Red Lion”(1969), and “Kiru”(1968).

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  • Eugene Pallette

    1889 - 1954

    Eugene Pallette (1889 - 1954)

    Actor. One of the most distinctive character players of Hollywood’s “Golden Age”. With his barrel build and unforgettable frog voice, he was equally effective in comic or villainous roles. Pallette is probably best remembered as the exasperated patriarch of the screwball comedy “My Man Godfey” (1936) and as Friar Tuck in “The Adventures of Robin […]

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  • Eugenie Besserer

    1868 - 1934

    Eugenie Besserer (1868 - 1934)

    Actress. She is best-remembered for playing Al Jolson’s doting mother in the landmark talkie “The Jazz Singer” (1927). In the film’s most famous scene, Jolson serenades her with Irving Berlin’s “Blue Skies” and then utters the immortal phrase, “You ain’t heard nothing yet!” Besserer was born in Watertown, New York. She married at 15 and […]

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  • Eva Dahlbeck

    1920 - 2008

    Eva Dahlbeck (1920 - 2008)

    Actress. Born in Sweden, she is best known to many for her roles in director Ingmar Bergman’s films “Secrets of Women” (1952), “A Lesson in Love” (1954), “Journey Into Autumn” (1955) and “Brink of Life”, for which she shared the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 1958. After attending the Royal Dramatic […]

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  • Evelyn Ankers

    1918 - 1985

    Evelyn Ankers (1918 - 1985)

    Actress. Born in Chile, she was the leading lady of Universal’s horror movies known as “The Queen of the Screamers”. She made over fifty films from 1936 to 1950, to include “Bells of St. Mary’s” (1937), “The Wolfman” (1941), “The Ghost of Frankenstein” (1942), “Son of Dracula” (1943), “The Mad Ghoul” (1943), “The Invisible Man’s […]

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  • Evelyn Brent

    1901 - 1975

    Evelyn Brent (1901 - 1975)

    Actress. Real name Mary Elizabeth Riggs. Born in Tampa, Florida, she was raised in Brooklyn and worked as a model before making her film debut in 1914. Brent was playing romantic leads onscreen while still in high school, and at 18 she was chosen by John Barrymore as his leading lady in “Raffles the Amateur […]

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  • Faith Bacon

    1910 - 1956

    Faith Bacon (1910 - 1956)

    Actress, Burlesque Dancer. A Broadway starlet of the late 1920s, she is remembered for her erotic dance routines at the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair. Born Frances Yvonne Bacon, little is recorded of her early years save that she at some point lived in the northern California community of Placerville and along the way apparently received […]

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  • Fay Bainter

    1893 - 1968

    Fay Bainter (1893 - 1968)

    Actress. She acted on radio, television, motion pictures and Broadway plays. Her work includes “Willow Tree”, “East Island West”, “Jealousy”, “First Love”, “Admirable Crighton”, “Dream Girl”, and “Dodsworth”. Her motion pictures include “White Banners”, “Mrs Wiggs”, “War Against Mrs Hadley”, “Jezebel” (which she won an Academy Award for the role of Aunt Belle), and “Childrens […]

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  • Fedora Barbieri

    1920 - 2003

    Fedora Barbieri (1920 - 2003)

    Opera Singer, Actress. Born in Trieste, Italy, she was an mezzo-soprano with one of the longest careers in opera history. She made her official debut in Florence in 1940 and quickly established her reputation performing in opera houses in Europe, South America, America and Asia, until 1999. Considered a formidable actress as well as a […]

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  • Fernando Sancho

    1918 - 1990

    Fernando Sancho (1918 - 1990)

    Actor. One of the most popular performers in Spanish cinema. Born in Zaragoza, Sancho began acting in the theatre. After fighting in the Spanish Civil War, he entered films in 1940 and amassed over 400 credits in a career that spanned 50 years. During the 1960s and 1970s he played villains in several spaghetti westerns. […]

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  • Ferruccio Amendola

    1930 - 2001

    Ferruccio Amendola (1930 - 2001)

    Actor, dubber. The nephew of director/writer Mario Amendola, he made his cinema debut in the early 1930s. After years of revue stage, cinema and TV, he devoted himself almost exclusively to dubbing and he gave his voice to some of the biggest male stars in Hollywood; including Dustin Hoffman, Robert De Niro and Al Pacino […]

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  • Flo Bert

    1898 - 1981

    Flo Bert (1898 - 1981)

    Actress. She appeared in the films, “I’m From Arkansas” (1944), and “The She-Creature” (1956). Also a stage actress she appeared as ‘Cinderella’ on Broadway in the play, “Cinderella On Broadway: A Fantasy Of The Great White Way” which opened on June 24, 1920, and it ran for 126 performances. She also played ‘Miss Moffet’ in […]

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  • Florence Eldridge

    1901 - 1988

    Florence Eldridge (1901 - 1988)

    A popular Broadway ingenue from age 17 onward, her credits included the original productions of “Six Cylinder Love” and “The Cat and the Canary.” She blossomed into a superb actress in the 1930s, winning several awards, including the New York Drama Critics prize for her performance in the 1956 Pulitzer Prize winner “Long Day’s Journey […]

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  • Florence Halop

    1923 - 1986

    Florence Halop (1923 - 1986)

    Actress. She began her career appearing on radio series of the 1940s, which transitioned to television in the early 1950s. Halop guest starred on various television series to include “Meet Millie”, “I Love Lucy”, “I Spy”, “That Girl”, “Barney Miller”, “Soap” and “Different Strokes”. She is most fondly remembered for the roles of ‘Bailiff Florence […]

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  • Florence Oakley

    1881 - 1956

    Florence Oakley (1881 - 1956)

    Actress. Born Florence McKim, in Pennsylvania, she began her career at age 10 and was best known as brilliant stage performer. As a part of the Carlton Macy stock company of Cleveland, Ohio, she worked on stages from New York City to San Francisco. At age 20, she relocated to California as a member of […]

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  • Ford Rainey

    1908 - 2005

    Ford Rainey (1908 - 2005)

    Actor. He was an American character actor who appeared on stage, in motion pictures, and on television. Born and raised in Idaho, he was very shy, and started acting at a young age in school plays to help himself with his shyness. He would go on to Centralia Junior College in Washington state and the […]

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  • Francelia Billington

    1895 - 1934

    Francelia Billington (1895 - 1934)

    Actress, Cinematographer. Blonde, slender star of silent films. Born and raised on a ranch near Dallas, Texas, she entered films in 1912 with the Kalem Company and was quickly promoted to leads after the departure of their star, Alice Joyce. Her expertise in horse riding made her a natural for westerns though she was versatile […]

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  • Frances Bay

    1919 - 2011

    Frances Bay (1919 - 2011)

    Actress. Petite, soft spoken, and kindly elderly character actress. Best remembered for her role as Adam Sandler’s grandmother in the 1996 film “Happy Gilmore,” and for her guest appearance as ‘Mabel Choate’ the woman from whom Jerry Seinfeld stole a loaf of marble rye bread on “Seinfeld.” Born in Canada, she acted locally for many […]

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  • Frances Farmer

    1913 - 1970

    Frances Farmer (1913 - 1970)

    Actress. A figure in the theater and in motion pictures during the 1930s and 1940s, she appeared in eighteen films, three Broadway plays, thirty major radio shows and seven stock company productions all by the age of 27. Her troubled life was depicted in the motion picture “Frances” in 1982. 

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  • Frances Faye

    1911 - 1991

    Frances Faye (1911 - 1991)

    Singer, Songwriter, Actress. Born Francis Cohen in Brooklyn, New York, she was a second cousin of actor Danny Kaye whom began her career as a cabaret show tune singer and pianist. In the 1930s to 1960s, she recorded dozens of albums to include “Frances Faye”, “Frances Faye Sings Folk Songs”, “Frances Faye Sings the Blues” […]

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  • Frances Zucco

    2023 - 1962

    Frances Zucco (2023 - 1962)

    British-born film actress of the 1950s. Daughter of famed character actor George Zucco.

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  • Frances Bavier

    1902 - 1989

    Frances Bavier (1902 - 1989)

    Actress, most noted for her performance as “Aunt Bee” on the Andy Griffith Show TV series. She appeared in 10 films and 4 television series. Born in New York City, she began her acting career in April 1925, on Broadway, in the play “The Poor Nut.” During World War II, she travelled with the USO […]

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  • Frances Bergen

    1922 - 2006

    Frances Bergen (1922 - 2006)

    Actress. The wife of entertainer Edgar Bergen and mother of actress Candice Bergen. She started her career as a model in New York. She was “the Chesterfield Cigarette Girl” and “the Ipana Girl” in magazines and on billboards. At age 19 she caught the eye of her future husband at one of his shows. He […]

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  • Frances Zucco

    1886 - 1960

    Frances Zucco (1886 - 1960)

    British-born stage and screen actor of the 1910s, 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s. Began his prolific film career after decades of London and Broadway stage experience. Fondly remembered for his character roles in popular films such as “The Hunchback of notre Dame” (1939), and the three Universal Studios “The Mummy” pictures (1940, ’42, ’44), in […]

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