The Roger Corman Connectionby karljhickey14 | created - 28 Aug 2015 | updated - 28 Aug 2015 | Public
1. Roger Corman
Actor | The Silence of the Lambs
Roger William Corman was born April 5, 1926, in Detroit, Michigan. Initially following in his father's footsteps, Corman studied engineering at Stanford University but while in school, he began to lose interest in the profession and developed a growing passion for film. Upon graduation, he worked a...
2. Gene Corman
Producer | Night of the Blood Beast
Gene Corman preceded his more-famous brother Roger in the film business, working as a motion picture agent. Beginning in 1956, he and Roger joined forces as producers to make such films as "Hot Car Girl", "Night of the Blood Beast", "Attack of the Giant Leeches" and "Beast from Haunted Cave" for ...
3. Nathan Juran
Director | The 7th Voyage of Sinbad
Austrian-born Nathan Juran was a professional architect before entering the film industry as an art director in 1937. He won an Academy Award for art direction on How Green Was My Valley (1941). World War II interrupted his film career, and he spent his war years with the OSS. Returning to ...
Actor | The Godfather
Richard Conte was born Nicholas Richard Conte on March 24, 1910, in Jersey City, New Jersey, the son of an Italian-American barber. The young Conte held a variety of jobs before becoming a professional actor, including truck driver, Wall Street clerk and singing waiter at a Connecticut resort. The ...
5. Joan Bennett
Actress | Suspiria
Joan Geraldine Bennett was born on February 27, 1910, in Palisades, New Jersey. Her parents were both successful stage actors, especially her father, Richard Bennett, and often toured the country for weeks at a time. In fact, Joan came from a long line of actors, dating back to the 18th century. ...
Actress | Song of Surrender
Born Dixie Wanda Hendrix in Jacksonville, Florida to a logging camp boss (Max Sylvester Hendrix) and his wife (Mary Bailley), wholesome, green-eyed, dark-haired Wanda Hendrix was involved in her hometown's little theater group when she was "discovered" by a passing talent agent and signed up by ...
7. Reed Hadley
Actor | Zorro's Fighting Legion
Tall, dark, and handsome, Reed Hadley appeared most frequently as either a villain or as an officer of the law during a film career of 35 years. His rich, bass voice was also frequently heard as narrator for movies and documentaries. He may be best remembered for his work in television, where he ...
9. Anne Kimbell
Actress | Girls at Sea
1950s B film actress who worked frequently on television and the stage. Moved to England in the late 1950s where she continued to work on the stage and in the film Girls at Sea (1958). She later traveled the globe as the wife of a foreign service officer. Now divorced and retired from show business...
12. Jonathan Haze
Actor | The Little Shop of Horrors
Jonathan Haze is an American actor, producer and scary movie idol. Best known for his work in Roger Corman films, and especially for playing "Seymour" in Corman's black comedy cult classic, The Little Shop of Horrors (1960), Haze's career spans more than 20 films in six decades, including ...
13. Floyd Crosby
Cinematographer | High Noon
Floyd Delafield Crosby was born in 1899 to Fredrick Van Schoonhoven Crosby (1860-1920) and Julia Floyd Delafield (1874-1952). Floyd had one sibling, Katherine Van Rensselaer (Gregory). Floyd married Aliph Van Cortland Whitehead in 1940 and they had two children, Floyd Delafield Crosby (Ethan) in ...
Producer | The Steel Helmet
Robert L. Lippert, the son of a hardware store owner in Alameda, Califorinia, was born there shortly after the turn of this century. Having little interest in his father's business, young Lippert became enthralled with the new fascination of moving pictures. He began working odd jobs in the local ...
15. John Ireland
Actor | Red River
Born in Canada, John Ireland was raised in New York. Performing as a swimmer in a water carnival, he moved into the legitimate theater, often appearing in minor roles in Broadway plays. His first big break in pictures came in 1945 when he appeared as Windy the introspective letter-writing G.I. in ...
17. Dorothy Malone
Actress | Written on the Wind
The blonde, sultry, dreamy-eyed beauty of Dorothy Malone, who was born in Chicago, Illinois, took some time before it made an impact with American film-going audiences. But once she did, she played it for all it was worth in her one chance Academy Award-winning "bad girl" performance, a role quite ...
19. Iris Adrian
Actress | The Odd Couple
Sugar, Pepper, Pearl, Sunny, Goldie, Bubbles, all those are nicknames borne by petite actress Iris Adrian in several of the 160 movies she made. With such names, don't expect to see her playing Joan of Arc or Electra but it remains that all these pet names reflect her winning femininity, its ...
20. Bruno VeSota
Actor | Attack of the Giant Leeches
Tubby 5' 10 1/2" character actor Bruno VeSota had a remarkably long, varied and impressive career acting and directing in the mediums of stage, radio, movies and television. He was born Bruno William VeSota on March 25th, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois. He was the second of three sons born to Lithuanian...
21. Jean Howell
Actress | Superstar
Jean Howell was born on November 21, 1927 in Pomona, California, USA as Jean Cameron Howell. She was an actress and writer, known for Superstar (1999), State Trooper (1956) and The Fast and the Furious (1954). She was married to Larry Thor. She died on July 23, 1996 in Santa Monica, California.
Producer | Le spie vengono dal semifreddo
James H. Nicholson was a longtime theater owner and exhibitor and worked as a promo man for Realart Pictures prior to 1954, when he founded American Releasing Corp., Two years later, he decided he wanted to expand globally and, with lawyer Samuel Z. Arkoff, formed American International Pictures. ...
25. Samuel Z. Arkoff
By the early 1950s, future movie mogul Samuel Z. Arkoff was a brash 30-ish lawyer scratching out a living by representing his in-laws and the Hollywood fringe, which included many of now infamous director/angora-clad transvestite Edward D. Wood Jr.'s social circle. As a shark, Arkoff was physically...
Writer | Man of a Thousand Faces
R. Wright Campbell was born on June 9, 1927 in Newark, New Jersey, USA as Robert Wright Campbell. He was a writer and actor, known for Man of a Thousand Faces (1957), Gun for a Coward (1956) and Teenage Cave Man (1958). He died on September 21, 2000 in Monterey, California, USA.
27. John Lund
Actor | High Society
One of six children born to an immigrant Norwegian glassblower, John Lund had a rather unsettled childhood. He dropped out of school at the age of 14. For a while, he tried his hand at several part-time jobs but never stayed long. He then devised various entrepreneurial ways to generate an income, ...
28. Mike Connors
Actor | Mannix
He once jokingly described himself as 'a frustrated song-and-dance man' who wound up typecast as a TV crime fighter. Tall, handsome Armenian-American Mike Connors had a minor career in the movies before becoming a star on the small screen as the impeccably dressed macho sleuth Joe Mannix. Towards ...
29. Paul Birch
Actor | Queen of Outer Space
Paul Birch, born Paul Smith in Atmore, Alabama, died on Saturday, May 24, 1969, in St. George, Grenada. Stocky, barrel-chested, and gifted with a resonant baritone speaking voice, Birch was a veteran of 39 movies, 50 stage dramas and an untold number of television shows including the Hallmark Hall ...
30. Larry Thor
Actor | The Amazing Colossal Man
Larry Thor was born on August 27, 1916 in Lundar, Manitoba, Canada as Arnleifur Lawrence Thorsteinson. He was an actor and writer, known for The Amazing Colossal Man (1957), Zero Hour! (1957) and The Fast and the Furious (1954). He was married to Jean Howell. He died on March 15, 1976 in Santa ...
31. Ronald Sinclair
Sound_department | Die Hard
Ronald Sinclair was born on January 21, 1924 in Dunedin, New Zealand as Richard Arthur Hould. He is known for his work on Die Hard (1988), Spaceballs (1987) and Commando (1985). He was married to Carol A. Larsen. He died on November 22, 1992 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.
32. James Sikking
Actor | The Pelican Brief
James B. Sikking was born on March 5, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, the son of Unity ministers. He is probably best known for his yeoman work as hard-charging--and hardheaded--SWAT leader Lt. Howard Hunter on the classic police drama Hill Street Blues (1981). His full name--James Barrie Sikking-...
34. Buddy Bregman
Soundtrack | Run Fatboy Run
An internationally recognized producer, director, writer, composer, conductor, arranger and musical director. Since the 1950s, Bregman has worked with many of the biggest names in the business. After high school, Bregman attended the University of California. During his sophomore year, he arranged ...
36. Ronald Stein
Soundtrack | Some Guy Who Kills People
Composer, conductor, pianist and author Ronald Stein was educated at Washington University (BA), the Yale School of Music and the University of Southern California. In college he wrote musical shows. He was named the assistant musical director for the St. Louis Municipal Opera in 1950, 1951 and ...
37. Lloyd Bridges
Actor | Airplane!
The star of many land and underwater adventures, Lloyd Vernet Bridges, Jr. was born on January 15, 1913 in San Leandro, California, to Harriet Evelyn (Brown) and Lloyd Vernet Bridges, Sr., who owned a movie theater and also worked in the hotel business. He grew up in various Northern California ...
38. Joan Taylor
Actress | Earth vs. the Flying Saucers
Joan Taylor's mother, Amelia Berky, was a vaudeville singing-dancing star in the 1920s. Her father was a prop man in Hollywood during that same period, but, after Joan's birth, the family moved to Lake Forest, Illinois, where her father managed a movie theater. She developed a love of movies from ...
39. Lance Fuller
Actor | This Island Earth
Lance Fuller was born on December 6, 1928 in Somerset, Kentucky, USA. He is known for his work on This Island Earth (1955), Cattle Queen of Montana (1954) and God's Little Acre (1958). He was married to Joi Lansing. He died on December 22, 2001 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
40. Paul Dubov
Writer | Backstairs at the White House
Paul Dubov was born on October 10, 1918 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for Backstairs at the White House (1979), Shock Corridor (1963) and Ma Barker's Killer Brood (1960). He was married to Gwen Bagni. He died on September 20, 1979 in Encino, California, USA.
41. Dick Miller
Actor | The Terminator
Born in the Bronx, New York to Russian Jewish immigrant parents (Isidor "Ira" and Rita Blucher Miller), Richard Miller served in the U.S. Navy for a few years and earned a prize title as a middleweight boxer. He settled in Los Angeles in the mid-1950s, where he was noticed by producer/director ...
42. Chester Conklin
Actor | Modern Times
Iowa-born Chester Conklin was raised in a coal-mining area by a devoutly religious father who hoped that his son would go into the ministry. However, Chester got the performing bug one day when he gave a recitation at a community singing festival and won first prize. Knowing his father would never ...
43. Tom Filer
Writer | The Beast with a Million Eyes
Tom Filer (1925-2013) was an actor, screenwriter and novelist. Born in New York, he made his home in Santa Monica Canyon, a Southern California community of writers, actors, artists and architects, and became its greatest chronicler.
His works include "The Man on Watch (New York: Harper and Brothers,...
44. Paul Blaisdell
Actor | Day the World Ended
Sketch artist, fine arts painter, sculptor and monster maker Paul Blaisdell was born July 21, 1927, in Newport, Rhode Island, and grew up in Quincy, Massachussetts. He sketched alien monsters and constructed model airplane kits in his childhood days. Following graduation from high school, Paul ...
45. Richard Denning
Actor | An Affair to Remember
Born in Poughkeepsie, New York, Louis Albert Denninger Jr. was the son of a garment manufacturer who relocated and set up shop in Los Angeles when Louis Jr. was 18 months old. After finishing school, Denninger enrolled at Woodbury Business College and majored in business and accounting, graduating ...
46. Lori Nelson
Actress | Ma and Pa Kettle at the Fair
Lori Nelson began her show biz career at the age of two-and-a-half, dancing in a show in her native Santa Fe, New Mexico. She was voted Santa Fe's most talented and beautiful child, and toured the state billed as "Santa Fe's Shirley Temple." At age four, Nelson moved to Hollywood with her parents ...
47. Adele Jergens
Actress | Armored Car Robbery
Fewer dames were tougher on the 40s and 50s screen than leggy (5'9") "B" star Adele Jergens, the tough-talking, plump-cheeked peroxide blonde who gave her fair share of tawdry trouble in backstage dramas, film noir, crime potboilers, and adventure yarns. She was just as headstrong at trying to bust...
48. Raymond Hatton
Actor | The Kansas Terrors
The son of a physician, Raymond Hatton entered films in 1909, eventually appearing in almost 500 other pictures. In early silents he formed a comedy team with big, burly Wallace Beery. He was best known as the tobacco-chewing, rip-snorting Rusty Joslin in the Three Mesquiteers series. He was also ...
49. Chet Huntley
Actor | Vanished
Chet Huntley, a native of Bozeman, Montana, worked for Movietone News and then CBS radio in Los Angeles, as well as NBC TV in Los Angeles. His big break came when he moderated NBC coverage of the 1956 political conventions, when he was paired with former UPI reporter David Brinkley. This ...
50. Beverly Garland
Actress | It Conquered the World
Born in Santa Cruz, California, Beverly Garland studied dramatics under Anita Arliss, the sister of renowned stage and screen star George Arliss. She acted in little theater in Glendale then in Phoenix after her family relocated to Arizona. Garland also worked in radio and appeared scantily clad in...
51. Allison Hayes
Actress | Attack of the 50 Foot Woman
Anyone who loves B-movies of the 1950s appreciates this lovely actress Allison Hayes. She was born Mary Jane Hayes on March 6, 1930 in Charleston, West Virginia. The raven-haired beauty was the 1949 Washington, D.C. entry into the Miss America pageant. Shortly afterwards, Mary Jane adopted the ...
52. Martin Kingsley
Actor | Gunslinger
Martin Kingsley was a successful supporting actor of stage, radio, television and screen for a relatively short period, from 1947 until 1957. Martin was born Martin Kornhauser in Jewish Hospital in Brooklyn, NY on December 14, 1925, the first born son of Harry A. (a native of Hungary) and Sadye R. ...
53. Chris Alcaide
Actor | Assassination
An arch-villain--the ultimate henchman!--Chris Alcaide has appeared in scores of film-noirs (mainly vintage Columbia B detective movies) and westerns. His steely look and his deep voice threatened for decades TV and movie stars, such as Glenn Ford, Tyrone Power, Lorne Greene, Richard Boone, Clint ...
Actor | Innerspace
The son of Edwin Schallert, drama editor of the "Los Angeles Times" and the dean of West Coast critics, William Schallert became interested in an acting career while at UCLA in 1942. After graduation, he became involved with the Circle Theater (eventually becoming one of its owners) and made his ...
56. Paul Rapp
Production_manager | Mean Streets
Paul Rapp was born in Beverly Hills, California to father Phil and mother Mary. He is the younger brother of comedy writer Joel Rapp. Paul attended school in Beverly Hills including Beverly Hills High School and finished his schooling at USC where he majored in English, Child Psychology and Film. ...
57. Mark Hanna
Writer | The Gatling Gun
Mark Hanna was born on January 12, 1917 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, USA as Emil Eisa Hanna. He was a writer and actor, known for The Gatling Gun (1971), Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958) and Flesh and the Spur (1956). He was married to Charlotte M Preston and Helena Pauline Cordell. He died on ...
58. Peggie Castle
Actress | I, the Jury
Tall, sultry, green-eyed blonde Peggie Castle was actually spotted by a talent scout while she was lunching in a Beverly Hills restaurant. In her films she was usually somebody's "woman" rather than a girlfriend, and her career was confined to mostly "B"-grade action pictures, dramas or westerns: ...
59. Cathy Downs
Actress | My Darling Clementine
A pleasant, attractive leading lady, Cathy Downs was an "outdoors type" who worked as a model before she became a Fox contract player in 1944. In the late 1940s she was being groomed for major success -- e.g., she played the title role in John Ford's My Darling Clementine (1946) -- but most of her ...
60. Tudor Owen
Actor | One Hundred and One Dalmatians
This distinctive-looking, bushy-browed, heavy-set Welsh character actor played dozens of rustics, sea captains, sheriffs, priests and police officers during a forty-year long career, starting in 1926. His was the perfect face for period drama. At the peak of his popularity, Owen co-starred as a ...
61. Kermit Maynard
Actor | Phantom Patrol
Kermit Maynard was born on September 20, 1897 in Vevay, Indiana, USA. He is known for his work on Phantom Patrol (1936), The Fighting Trooper (1934) and Valley of Terror (1937). He was married to Edith Jessen. He died on January 16, 1971 in North Hollywood, California, USA.
62. Aaron Saxon
Actor | Gun Fever
Before he began his acting career, Saxon was a wrestler ("Lord Spears") whose gimmick was entering the arena in a dress suit and quoting Shakespeare at every opportunity. His cauliflower ears marked him for "mug" roles; after making a few movies, he was able to afford plastic surgery and had an ...
63. Alex Gordon
Producer | The Atomic Submarine
Alex Gordon and his equally movie-crazy brother Richard Gordon haunted English movie theaters as boys before emigrating to New York in 1947. Richard remained East Coast-based as he forged a career as a film distributor and producer, while Alex set down roots in Hollywood, where he got in on the ...
64. Peter Graves
Actor | Airplane!
Peter Graves was born Peter Duesler Aurness on March 18, 1926 on Minneapolis, Minnesota. While growing up in Minnesota, he excelled at sports and music (as a saxophonist), and by age 16, he was a radio announcer at WMIN in Minneapolis. After two years in the United States Army Air Force, he studied...
65. Lee Van Cleef
Actor | Escape from New York
One of the great movie villains, Clarence Leroy Van Cleef, Jr. was born in Somerville, New Jersey, to Marion Lavinia (Van Fleet) and Clarence LeRoy Van Cleef, Sr. His parents were both of Dutch ancestry. Van Cleef started out as an accountant. He served in the U.S. Navy aboard minesweepers and sub ...
66. Sally Fraser
Actress | War of the Colossal Beast
In her brief but noted screen career in the late 1950s, vivacious blonde Sally Fraser ran screaming from spiders, aliens, monsters and giants and straight into minor cult filmdom. While not handed many roles that would show off her true acting mettle, Sally, whose slight resemblance to Marjorie Lord...
67. Russ Bender
Actor | It Conquered the World
Russ Bender was born on January 1, 1910 in New York City, New York, USA as Russell Richard Bender Jr. He was an actor and writer, known for It Conquered the World (1956), The Twilight Zone (1959) and War of the Colossal Beast (1958). He died on August 16, 1969 in Hollywood, California, USA.
68. Taggart Casey
Actor | It Conquered the World
Taggart Casey was born on August 26, 1912 in Morgantown, West Virginia, USA as Joseph Taggart Casey. He was an actor and writer, known for It Conquered the World (1956), Office Love-In (1968) and My World Dies Screaming (1958). He died on March 19, 1998 in Burlingame, California, USA.
69. David McMahon
Actor | It Conquered the World
David McMahon was born on December 11, 1910 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for It Conquered the World (1956), Cavalcade of America (1952) and Rescue 8 (1958). He was married to Dorothea McMenamin. He died on January 27, 1972 in Pasadena, California, USA.
70. Marie Windsor
Actress | The Killing
A product of Marysvale, Utah, Marie Windsor attended Brigham Young University and trained for the stage under Maria Ouspenskaya before she began playing leading roles in B pictures in the late 1940s. Her best work was in the "film noir" category, most notably her role as the manipulative, ...
71. Carole Mathews
Actress | Swamp Women
Carole Mathews was born on September 13, 1920 in Montgomery, Illinois, USA as Jean Deifel. She was an actress, known for Swamp Women (1956), Cry Murder (1950) and Blazing the Western Trail (1945). She was married to John Arthur Stockton. She died on November 6, 2014 in Murrieta, California, USA.
72. Susan Cummings
Actress | Swamp Women
Susan Cummings was born on July 10, 1930 in Bavaria, Germany as Susanne Gerda Tafel. She was an actress, known for Swamp Women (1956), Utah Blaine (1957) and Soldiers of Fortune (1955). She was married to Robert E. Strasser, Charles Pawley and Keith Larsen. She died on December 3, 2016 in Chandler,...
74. Lisa Montell
Actress | World Without End
Smoulderingly beautiful and a fetching, exotic-eyed vision on the American screen during the 1950s and early 1960s, dark-maned Lisa Montell impressed more, especially to male film-goers, as a lovely diversion midst all the rugged terrain and tropical South Sea hazards than as a formidable actress. ...
76. Morgan Jones
Actor | Forbidden Planet
Morgan Jones was born on June 15, 1928 in Wooster, Ohio, USA as Morgan Adair Jones. He was an actor, known for Forbidden Planet (1956), The Blue Angels (1960) and The Gallant Men (1962). He was married to Carole Tetzlaff and Joan Granville. He died on January 13, 2012 in Tarzana, Los Angeles, ...
79. Barbara Bohrer
Actress | Not of This Earth
Barbara Bohrer was born on September 25, 1932 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She is known for her work on Not of This Earth (1957), Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (1965) and Queen of Blood (1966). She was married to Dr. William Lorack and Jack Bohrer. She died on May 7, 2006.
80. Roy Engel
Actor | The Wild Wild West
Roy Engel was born on September 13, 1913 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for The Wild Wild West (1965), The Man from Planet X (1951) and Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952). He died on December 29, 1980 in Burbank, California, USA.
82. Jan Boleslavsky
Assistant_director | Not of This Earth
Born January Boleslavsky Father was Richard Boleslawski (1889 - 1937) who also spelled his last name as Boleslawsky. He barely knew his father. Jan was almost two years old when his father died of cardiac arrest. Jan died at the early age of 27 (1935 - 1962). He worked for Roger Corman in three of ...
83. Richard Garland
Actor | Attack of the Crab Monsters
Richard Garland was born on July 7, 1927 in Mineral Wells, Texas, USA as Charles Richard Garland Jr. He was an actor, known for Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957), Panic in Year Zero (1962) and Lassie (1954). He was married to Patricia Elaine Lee and Beverly Garland. He died on May 24, 1969 in Los ...
84. Pamela Duncan
Actress | Attack of the Crab Monsters
Pert and pretty Brooklyn-born actress Pamela Duncan made brief movie news in the 1950s as a "B" level performer and would be best remembered for her damsel-in-distress participation in two of Roger Corman's cult turkeys -- Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957) and The Undead (1957), both co-starring ...
85. Russell Johnson
Actor | Gilligan's Island
Long before he was known as "The Professor" in the cult comedy classic Gilligan's Island (1964), Russell Johnson was a well-known character actor, starring in several Westerns and Sci-Fi classics as This Island Earth (1955) and It Came from Outer Space (1953). Johnson grew up in Pennsylvania and ...
86. Mel Welles
Actor | The Little Shop of Horrors
Prior to his Hollywood acting career, New York-born Mel Welles held a variety of jobs, including clinical psychologist, writer and radio deejay. After some stage work he wound up in Hollywood, making his film debut in Appointment in Honduras (1953). His best and favorite role, as flower shop owner ...
88. Billy Barty
Actor | Masters of the Universe
Billy Barty was born William John Bertanzetti on October 25, 1924 in Millsboro, Pennsylvania. He began performing at age three and began making pictures in 1927. He played Mickey Rooney's little brother in the "Mickey McGuire" comedy shorts series. He was equally adept in both comedy and drama, and...
90. Curly Batson
Make_up_department | Witness to Murder
The Australian-born Batson married the widow of Elwin Neame - Ivy Close in 1938 and they remained happily married until his death from lung cancer in 1957. His stepsons were the cinematographer, screenwriter, producer and director Ronald Neame and the screenwriter Derek Neame.
92. Abby Dalton
Actress | Hennesey
Sleek and striking Abby Dalton became a very familiar perky and sexy presence in 60s TV households. Known not only for her award-worthy acting on TV comedy, she became an avid game-show panelist and appeared on a slew of TV's more popular programs. It might come as a surprise to some, then, that ...
93. Jeanne Cooper
Actress | The Young and the Restless
Jeanne Cooper was born on October 25, 1928 in Taft, California, USA as Wilma Jeanne Cooper. She was an actress, known for The Young and the Restless (1973), Ben Casey (1961) and The Redhead from Wyoming (1953). She was married to Harry Bernsen. She died on May 8, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
Actor | South Pacific
In the 1950s Richard Cutting derived fame as "Manners," a tiny butler in a Bowler derby hat in a series of commercials for Kleenex Napkins. By trick photography he appeared to be about only inches in height and would manifest under a dinner table in a traditional butler's cutaway. A paper napkin ...
95. Robin Morse
Actor | Sabu and the Magic Ring
Robin Morse was born on July 13, 1915 in Tennessee, USA as Robin Burton Morse. He was an actor, known for Sabu and the Magic Ring (1957), The Fast and the Furious (1954) and Rock All Night (1957). He died on December 11, 1958 in Hollywood, California, USA.
96. Beach Dickerson
Actor | Creature from the Haunted Sea
Beach Dickerson was born on February 3, 1924 in Glenville, Georgia, USA. He was an actor and producer, known for Creature from the Haunted Sea (1961), Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957) and Last Woman on Earth (1960). He died on December 15, 2005 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
97. The Platters
Soundtrack | The Dreamers
Preeminent vocal group of the late 50s and early 60s, hugely successful in the U.S., as well as in England and Australia. Formed in Los Angeles in 1953, the original line-up of The Platters consisted of Tony Williams (lead vocals), David Lynch (tenor), Alex Hodge (1935-1982, baritone) and Herb Reed...