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1. Robert Southey Robert Southey Writer, Nelson 21 March 1843
2. Francesco Guerrazzi Francesco Guerrazzi Writer, L'assedio di Firenze 23 September 1873
3. Bartley Campbell Bartley Campbell Writer, The Crucible of Life 30 July 1888
4. Hélèna Pétrowna Blavatsky Hélèna Pétrowna Blavatsky Writer, Les Stances de Dzyan 8 May 1891
5. Joseph Barnby Joseph Barnby Soundtrack, Gone with the Wind 28 January 1896
6. Colmar von der Goltz Colmar von der Goltz 19 April 1916
7. Herman Rottger Herman Rottger Actor, Roughing the Cub 1917
8. Aleksey Nikolaeyvitch Romanov Aleksey Nikolaeyvitch Romanov Self, Gaumont Weekly, No. 34 His Imperial Highness Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov was born on August 12, 1904, in the Peterhof Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia. He was the youngest child and only son of Their Imperial Majesties Tsar Nicholas II and Tsaritsa Alexandra Fyodorovna. His birth was a cause for much celebration throughout the Russian Empire... 17 July 1918
9. B.H. De Lay B.H. De Lay Stunts, The Bell Hop Beverly Homer DeLay, known as B.H. DeLay, was an innovator and a aviator actor of French descent. He was born on August 12, 1892 in the Oakland bay area of California. DeLay was also an engineer educated at the University of California as well as the prestigious, centuries old University of Heidelberg in Germany... 4 July 1923
10. Christy Mathewson Christy Mathewson Self, Christy Mathewson and the New York National League Team Baseball was a popular sport in its first 30 years, but it had always lacked one thing: a superstar. The 19th century was full of great players who won great popularity, but one thing the period lacked was a superstar the masses could idolize. The sport eventually did find its first superstar in the form of Christy Mathewson... 7 October 1925
11. Arthur J. Lamb Arthur J. Lamb Soundtrack, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford Composer, songwriter ("Asleep In the Deep"), lyricist, author and actor. He came to the USA in his youth, appearing in minstrel shows and joining the staff of music publishers. Joining ASCAP in 1942, his chief musical collaborators included Albert von Tilzer, Ernest Ball and 'Harry Von Tilzer', and his other popular-song compositions include "A Bird In a Gilded Cage"... 10 August 1928
12. Kenneth Hawks Kenneth Hawks Director, Big Time 2 January 1930
13. Felix Orman Felix Orman Writer, Moonbeam Magic 15 January 1933
14. Ignát Herrmann Ignát Herrmann Writer, Príbeh dusickový 8 July 1935
15. Kubec Glasmon Kubec Glasmon Writer, The Public Enemy 13 March 1938
16. Pauline Frederick Pauline Frederick Actress, Thank You, Mr. Moto Pauline Frederick was born Pauline Beatrice Libby in Boston, Massachusetts on August 12, 1883. She was fascinated with show business from an early age and throughout her childhood, she was bred for a career in music. It has been said she had a terrific soprano voice, but Pauline also dabbled a bit in acting... 19 September 1938
17. Doc Dearborn Doc Dearborn Miscellaneous Crew, My Man Godfrey 30 May 1940
18. Radclyffe Hall Radclyffe Hall Writer, The Third Sex 7 October 1943
19. Rudolph Schanzer Rudolph Schanzer Writer, Wie einst im Mai 1944
20. Nat Carr Nat Carr Actor, The Talk of Hollywood 6 July 1944
21. Guy Gibson Guy Gibson Writer, The Dam Busters Was a Royal Air Force (RAF) Wing Commander in World War II. He formed the elite 617 Squadron (The Dam Busters) and led the squadron on its most famous mission, the attack on the Moehne and Eder Dams. Won the Victoria Cross for his performance on the dams raid. He also earned two Distinguished Service Orders and two Distinguished Flying Crosses. 19 September 1944
22. Charles Chapman Charles Chapman Actor, Beau Brummel 21 September 1944
23. Charles De Forrest Charles De Forrest Actor, Lost, Strayed or Stolen 21 September 1944
24. Arthur Aylesworth Arthur Aylesworth Actor, Dames 26 June 1946
25. Callie Frey Callie Frey Actress, The Pilgrim 29 April 1948
26. Leon Weaver Leon Weaver Actor, Jeepers Creepers The senior member of the popular musical comedy hillbilly trio The Weaver Brothers and Elviry, the musical saw-playing Leon Weaver popularized this and other novelty instruments as part of their Okie-styled shows. The team would eventually move from the Grand Opry stage into Republic Studio films of the late 30s and early 40s... 27 May 1950
27. Douglas Gerrard Douglas Gerrard Actor, The Price of Victory 5 June 1950
28. Harriet T. Comstock Harriet T. Comstock Writer, A Son of the Hills 31 July 1950
29. Don Hurst Don Hurst Actor, Alibi Ike 6 December 1952
30. C.E.M. Joad C.E.M. Joad Self, The Brains Trust British author C.E.M. Joad was born in Durham County, England, in 1891. He became one of Britain's most controversial figures in the 1940s. A pacifist during a time of war and an agnostic in a majority Christian country, Joad was celebrated--and reviled--for forcefully taking on unpopular causes and... 9 April 1953
31. Janusz Dziewonski Janusz Dziewonski Actor, Glos pustyni 6 December 1953
32. Jacinto Benavente Jacinto Benavente Writer, La Malquerida 14 July 1954
33. Hal Horne Hal Horne Actor, The Strongest 8 June 1955
34. John Mansfield John Mansfield Actor, Tennessee's Partner Born John Chacamaty in 1916. Graduated from Biddeford High School, Biddeford, Maine, class of 1935 and was known as an exceptional varsity athlete and a talented violinist. Attended Colby College in Waterville, Maine, where he became involved in dramatics. Moved to Hollywood where found success as an actor until his untimely death at the age of 40 due to a heart attack. 18 September 1956
35. H. Manning Haynes H. Manning Haynes Director, Monty Works the Wires 3 March 1957
36. Vernon Kelso Vernon Kelso Actor, The Girl Who Couldn't Quite 1958
37. Russell Meeker Russell Meeker Actor, Around the World in 80 Days 7 September 1958
38. Mary Roberts Rinehart Mary Roberts Rinehart Writer, The Bat 22 September 1958
39. Lutz Götz Lutz Götz Actor, Die Feuerzangenbowle 3 October 1958
40. Lena Zelichowska Lena Zelichowska Actress, Sygnaly She started out in ballet and moved to musical theatre when she was 19. In the 1930s, she was a sex symbol of Polish cinema. When World War II broke out, she and her husband moved to India, then to San Fransisco, where she retired from the stage and film and worked as a manicurist. Her husband, a wealthy, British-educated portraitist, committed suicide in 1952, and she died shortly after, in 1958. 14 October 1958
41. Cecil B. DeMille Cecil B. DeMille Producer, The Ten Commandments His parents Henry C. DeMille and Beatrice DeMille were playwrights. His father died when he was 12, and his mother supported the family by opening a school for girls and a theatrical company. Too young to enlist in the Spanish-American War, Cecil followed his brother William C. de Mille to the New York Academy of Dramatic Arts... 21 January 1959
42. Scotty Bates Scotty Bates Actor, Varsity Show 29 March 1959
43. Ernest Booth Ernest Booth Writer, Men of San Quentin Ernest Granville Booth was born on 12 August, 1898, at Oakland California, the son of Stuart W. and Abigail Hill (nee' Wall) Booth. His father, a prominent Oakland journalist, had emigrated from England in 1890. His mother originally came from Massachusetts. As a boy Booth attended the Preston School of Industry in Ione... 14 June 1959
44. Edith Blythe Edith Blythe 20 August 1959
45. John Olsen John Olsen Producer, Baronessen fra benzintanken 9 December 1959
46. Gladys Bentley Gladys Bentley Self, You Bet Your Life 18 January 1960
47. Erwin Schrödinger Erwin Schrödinger 4 January 1961
48. Stephen Thomas Stephen Thomas Producer, Vauxhall 23 February 1961
49. Dick Calkins Dick Calkins Writer, Buck Rogers 12 May 1962
50. Edith Hamilton Edith Hamilton Writer, The Trojan Women Born in Dresden, Germany, of American parents, educator Edith Hamilton was raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She took a very early interest in Greek and Roman literature, and after graduating from Bryn Mawr College in 1894 with an M.A., she spent the following two years at the German universities of Leipzig and Munich (becoming the first woman to attend classes there)... 31 May 1963
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