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# 1-25

# 26-50

# 51-75

# 76-100

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# 1-25

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1. Linda Darnell

2. Lizabeth Scott

3. Shall We Dance

4. George Hamilton

5. Frank Beardsley in Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)

6. "You can never make a nickel on a Civil War picture."

7. The Great Lie (1941)

8. Debbie Reynolds

9. The Ten Commandments (1956)

10. Paul Newman

11. Jeffrey Hunter

12. Easter Parade (1948)

13. She's a nun.

14. Let's Get Together

15. Casabanca

16. The Big Heat (1953)

17. Summer Stock (1950)

18. Ben-Hur (1925) Francis X. Bushman - (1959) Stephen Boyd

19. All About Eve (1950) (Thelma Ritter)

20. Dark Victory (1939)

21. Journey Into Fear (1943)

22. Laura Hope Crews

23. Jane Darwell

24. Dame May Whitty

25. Leslie Howard

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# 26-50

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26. Citizen Kane

27. Carrie Nye

28. Satan's Angel

29. Peter Lorre - His daughter, Catharine Lorre, was nearly abducted by the Hillside Stranglers. She was stopped by the Stranglers, Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono, imitating policemen. When they found out she was Lorre's daughter, they let her go. She didn't realize that they were killers until after they were caught.

30. Joan Crawford - Can you imagine Joan and Burt getting frisky?

31. Eight - Greer Garson appeared with Walter Pidgeon in Blossoms in the Dust (1941), Mrs. Miniver (1942), Madame Curie (1943), Mrs. Parkington (1944), Julia Misbehaves (1948), That Forsyte Woman (1949), The Miniver Story (1950) and Scandal at Scourie (1953).

32. Mrs. Miniver

33. Charles Edward "Mr. Chips" Chipping

34. Morgan, an actor/stuntman, suffered near-fatal injuries while filming How the West Was Won. By her own admission, Ms. De Carlo never imagined, at the time, that Lily Munster would become her most famous role.

35. The High and the Mighty (1954)

36. Daddy Long Legs (1955) - Between some takes he would retreat to his trailer and cry. That's why, in some scenes, his eyes look red and swollen.

37. Oleg Cassini

38. Ruth Roman

39. Irish Eyes Are Smiling (1944)

40. My Wild Irish Rose

41. James Stacy

42. Bing Crosby

43. Barrie Chase

44. Mitzi Gaynor

45. Tom Tryon

46. Gilbert Roland

47. Two dozen roses and a white gardenia

48. Orson Welles and John Houseman

49. Invasion of the Body Snatchers

50. Dick Powell, Charles Boyer, Ida Lupino and David Niven

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51. Casablanca

52. Michael Learned

53. Bonnie Bedelia (Culkin)

54. Leatrice Joy

55. From 1956-60, Knotts further cemented his reputation on NBC's The Steve Allen Show, where he would play a character named Mr. Morrison, a.k.a. "the nervous man." Interviewed on the street, Morrison was asked whether something was making him nervous and would inevitably offer a terse, anxiety-wracked "No!"

56. Kolchak: The Night Stalker (1974)

57. Bill "Bojangles" Robinson

58. Sidney Poitier

59. Ethel Waters

60. Hattie McDaniel

61. Mahalia Jackson

62. Ford Rainey

63. Will Geer

64. The President's Lady (1953)

65. Jennifer Jones

66. The Three Stooges

67. Jill Kinmont

68. Jacques d'Amboise

69. Nanette Fabray

70. Yvette Mimieux

71. Judy Holliday

72. Three - Constance, Barbara and Joan

73. He played his brother in five different films: Old Yeller (1957), The Shaggy Dog (1959), Swiss Family Robinson (1960), Bon Voyage! (1962) and Savage Sam (1963).

74. Twice - Old Yeller (1957) and Swiss Family Robinson (1960)

75. The Steel Trap

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76. Tab Hunter

77. Guy Madison

78. Barker was a direct descendant of the founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams.

79. Imogene Coca

80. Miss Ohio State

81. HAL - 2001: A Space Odyssey

82. Kathryn Grayson

83. Anne of Green Gables (1934)

84. Mamie Van Doren

85. Harold Lloyd

86. Lloyd Bridges

87. Dennis Weaver

88. Van Johnson

89. Grace Kelly and Lana Turner

90. Dorothy Dandridge

91. Belle Rosen

92. Carole Lombard

93. Carroll Baker

94. Lon Chaney

95. As Time Goes By

96. 17 minutes

97. After retiring from films, she taught drama at Vassar and acted on the stage.

98. Elvis Presley

99. Laurence Olivier

100. On June 11, 1976, the Dorothy and Lillian Gish Film Theater was dedicated on the Bowling Green State University campus in Bowling Green, Ohio.

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