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  1. Actor - 'The Three Musketeers' 1935, 'Law of the Underworld' 1938, 'Holiday Inn' 1942, 'Wake Island' 1942, 'So Proudly We Hail! 1943, 'Mr. Skeffington' 1944, 'The Kid from Brooklyn' 1946, 'Island in the Sky' 1953, 'Night People' 1954
  2. (September 22, 1898 - January 10, 1981) was an American actress. She appeared in 44 films between 1930 and 1951/"Now Voyager" "The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)" "Death Takes a Holiday (1934)"
  3. Governor of Virginia 1958-1962
  4. French Actress - Les Enfants du Paradis, The Longest Day. Model. Singer
  5. concert organist
  6. Actor-Spellbound,You Asked For It
  7. Art Baker  (2)
    TV Host - You Asked For It (1950-1958). Actor - Spellbound, The Farmer's Daughter, A Southern Yankee, State Of The Union, Any Number Can Play, The Underworld Story, Cover Up, Easy Living, Impact, The Beginning Or The End (As Harry S Truman)
  8. Oldest Living Person in Delaware,Born 01/09/1898
  9. Children's Author
  10. Fmr United States Senator from Utah
  11. TV Actress - The Goldbergs, Mrs. G Goes To College. Broadway Actress - A Majority Of One (1959 Tony Award - Best Actress in a drama)
  12. American Actress - Movie - 'The Crowd' (1928), 'Souls for Sale' (1923), 'Bardelys the Magnificent' (1926), 'The Circle' (1925), 'Vanity Fair' (1923), 'The Turmoil' (1924), 'Redemption' (1930), 'Women Love Once' (1931), 'The Three Cornered Hat' (1935)
  13. American Actress - Movie - 'Come Back, Little Sheba' (1952), 'Main Street to Broadway' (1953), 'The Matchmaker' (1958), 'Hot Spell' (1958), 'About Mrs. Leslie (1954), 'Hot Spell' (1958). TV Series - 'Hazel' (1961-1966), 'A Touch Of Grace' (1973)
  14. Last Italian World War One Veteran
  15. English Former Supercentenarian. Was Oldest Person In Britain - 111 Years Old (10-05-2010- 16-07-2010)
  16. English Former Female Author - Novel -'An Encyclopedia of Fairies: Hobgoblins, Brownies, Bogies, & Other Supernatural Creatures'(1976), 'The Anatomy of Puck: An Examination of Fairy Beliefs Among Shakespeare's Contemporaries 7 Successors'(1959) Plus More
  17. Secretary of the Smithsonian (1953-1964)
  18. August 15, 1898-October 30, 1983 Mother of former President Jimmy Carter. Published 2 books during his Presidency, Miss Lillian and Friends and Away from Home: Letters to my Family, both published in 1977
  19. Movie director
  20. Game Show Panelist (What's My Line?). Publisher (Random House)
  21. Baseball Hall of Fame Commissioner, former Governor of Kentucky and U.S. Senator. Served as MLB second commissioner after Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis. He supported the signing of Jackie Robinson & made other improvements to the game
  22. Children's Author
  23. World War One Veteran. Lives in Ohio.
  24. Football Player
  25. Voice Actor - The original voice of Popeye, who was fired when his behavior became a problem
  26. Baseball player inducted into the baseball hall of fame in 1968 played from 1921-1938for the Pirates, Cubs, reds and Brooklyn Dodgers
  27. [1898-1989] Famous French born milliner and fashion designer who emigrated to US in 1924. She designed for films and had many movie-star clients including Marlene Dietrich,Carole Lombard, and Loretta Young
  28. Discovered Petussis Vaccine Born: 02/01/1898. 4th Oldest person in the world
  29. Supreme court justice
  30. Former Manager for the Brooklyn Dodgers
  31. Actress (* = Oscar nom) - I Remember Mama*, The Awful Truth*, Cimarron*, Theodora Goes Wild*, Love Affair*, My Favorite Wife, Life With Father, Show Boat, Anna & The King Of Siam, Penny Serenade, A Guy Named Joe, White Cliffs Of Dover, Mag. Obsession
  32. Author. Pulitzer Prize 1968 (w/husband Will Durant) - 'Rousseau and Revolution', Vol 10 of 'The Story of Civilization'
  33. David Evans  (4)
    British comedian who performed in the 50's with Tony Fayne
  34. American columnist, journalist and radio and television personality. He wrote a Hollywood gossip column. Trademark sign-off: 'Good night to you, and you, and I do mean you!'
  35. Singer/Actress/Comedienne - Shipyard Sally (title role), Molly & Me (title role), Holy Matrimony, We're Going To Be Rich, Paris Underground. Highest-paid film star in the world in 1937
  36. Actress - 'Queen of the Hollywood Extras'. Questionably the most prolific actress in the history of Hollywood films. She appeared in over 700 films, usually as an uncredited extra (from 1923-1964)
  37. Actor - Freaks, The Informer, The Lost Patrol, The Mummy's Hand, The Mummy's Tomb, Shadow Of A Doubt, The Ape Man, Black Angel, Blood On The Sun, Dead Reckoning, The Set-Up, He Ran All The Way, T-Men, The Man From Laramie, Destry, A Patch Of Blue
  38. Centenarian/WW1 Veteran
  39. American Song Composer
  40. French World War One Veteran
  41. Baseball player and manager, played 1916-1936, managed 1932-1960
  42. American art collector, Author
  43. Jack Haley  (2)
    The Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz
  44. Centenarian (1898-2005), last known visitor to the 1904 St Louis World's Fair. Stamp collector in the American Numismatic Association Hall of Fame
  45. air force general
  46. Member of Pappy Boyington's Black Sheep Squadron
  47. Politician
  48. Actor - The Wild One, Guys & Dolls, Underwater, Love Me Or Leave Me, Ransom, Written On The Wind, The Lineup, They Came To Cordura, Cimarron. Father of actor Brian Keith
  49. Author
  50. Actress - From Russia with Love (Rosa Klebb), The Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone (Acad. Award nom.), Semi-Tough
  51. Children's Author
  52. Director - Phantom Of The Opera '43, Black Friday, Buck Privates, Hold That Ghost, Ali Baba & The 40 Thieves, The Spider Woman Strikes Back, Francis The Talking Mule films, The Incred. Mr. Limpet, Thief Of Baghdad, Mr. Ed (131 eps.), Maverick (11 eps.)
  53. Football Player
  54. Wife of Douglas MacArthur
  55. American operatic soprano and actress in musical theater and film. She was nicknamed the 'Tennessee Nightingale.' Her films helped to popularize opera by bringing it to a larger audience
  56. Author
  57. Silent Film Actress (w/several Talkies & TV roles) - 10 Tom Mix films, The Medicine Man, A Beautiful Sinner, The Romance Of Runnibede, Sky High, The Tiger's Claw, Boston Blackie '23 (as Mary). Mack Sennett Bathing Beauty. Sister of actress Jane Novak
  58. Author/Island of the Blue Dolphins, 1960,The Black Pearl, 1967, Streams to River, River to the Sea: A Novel of Sacagawea, 1986, The Road to Damietta, 1985, The Feathered Serpent, 1981 & My Name Is Not Angelica, 1989. 'Wrote 26 novels for Youngsters'
  59. Last British WW1 Veteran/Centenarian Born: 06/17/1898. WW1 Veteran
  60. Actress - Fiddler On The Roof, Come Blow Your Horn, For Pete's Sake, Cannonball Run 1&2, The Naked City, Car 54 Where Are You? (3 episodes as Mrs. Bronson)
  61. Galician-born American physicist and Nobel laureate born 29 July 1898. Worked on the 'Manhattan Project' (Trinity). Nobel laureate 1944 for his discovery of nuclear magnetic resonance.
  62. World War One Veteran
  63. Actress - Amos 'n' Andy (Madame Queen), It's A Wonderful Life (Annie), The Great Gildersleeve Films (Birdie), The Bachelor & The Bobby-Soxer
  64. Author
  65. World War One Veteran
  66. Supercentenarian. Born: 03/12/1898. 20th Oldest Person in the World. 9th Oldest Person in the United States
  67. Actor, Singer, Activist - Showboat, The Emperor Jones
  68. (1898-1972)announcer on the CBS radio show Lux Radio Theater, staying with the show for 6 years. As an actor, known for Sun Valley Serenade (1941), The President's Mystery (1936) and Man from Headquarters (1942)
  69. Italian World War One Veteran.
  70. Last Turkish Veteran of World War One. Born: 03/11/1898
  71. Silent Film Actress. At least a dozen serials, including 'Lure of the Circus'. 115 films altogether (1915-1930)
  72. MLB H.O.F. shortstop, 3rd baseman 1920-33 for Indians, Yankees. Brother of Luke & Tommy Sewell. Cousin to 'Rip' Sewell. Led league in doubles with 45 in 1924. Best in 1923 with 98 RS, 41 doubles, 10 triples, 3 HR, 109 RBI, .353 BA. World Series 2x Champ
  73. Baseball player. Played for the 1919 Chicago White Sox and was a coach for the '54 Giants
  74. Centenarian (1898-2004). One of the last living Australian WWI veterans
  75. Baseball player 1921-34, Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians. Lifetime batting average .336. College football star at University of Alabama
  76. 'Superman' 1978 'The Mummy' 1959 'The Revenge of Frankensien' 1958
  77. Movie director
  78. New York Giants first baseman, last NL player to hit .400, member of Baseball's Hall of Fame
  79. basketball referee player/caoch
  80. Actor - The Big Sleep, You're In The Army Now (Jane Wyman & he had the longest screen kiss: 3 minutes, 5 seconds), Spellbound, Mighty Joe Young, His Girl Friday, Guys & Dolls. TV: recurring roles in: Burke's Law, Richard Diamond..., Petticoat Junc
  81. Actor - The Best Man (AA nom.), Dinner At 8, Big Time, Born Wreckless, She Got What She Wanted, The Half-Naked Truth, Doctor X, Bombshell, Washington Merry-Go-Round, Night Mayor, Carnival, Sutter's Gold, Advise & Consent, Martin Kane (TV - title role)
  82. World War 1 veteran
  83. Actress - Film: Casablanca, Strangers On A Train (socialite that Robt. Walker 'strangles' at the party), Forever Amber, The Sound Of Music, National Velvet, Witness For The Prosecution, Major & The Minor. Stage: Peter Pan (the orig. Mrs. Darlin
  84. Author
  85. American film producer
  86. Italian born (in 1898) circus entertainer in america.famous for inventing the 'Human Cannonball' together with his brother Edmondo