• Hugh Buckler

    1881 - 1936

    Hugh Buckler (1881 - 1936)

    Actor. Buckler appeared in the films, “Lost Horizon” (1937), “The Jungle Princess (1936), “Crash Donovan” (1936), “Carry On sergeant” (1928), “Guy Fawkes” (1923), “Belongings” (1922), “Black Peter” (1922), “The Nonentity” (1922), “The Devil’s Foot” (1921), “A Gentleman Of France” (1921), “Duke’s Son” (1920), “The Lure Of Crooning Water” (1920), and “The Garden Of Construction” (1919). […]

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  • Hugh Burden

    1913 - 1985

    Hugh Burden (1913 - 1985)

    British actor and playwright. He appeared in Doctor Who (1970) and The Avengers (1963). (bio by: Natalia Danesi)

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  • Hugh Chapman

    1927 - 2015

    Hugh Chapman (1927 - 2015)

    Actor. He appeared in several of Hal Roach’s ‘Our Gang’ one-reelers in 1937 and subsequently made a return to the ensemble in 1939 after the series had been sold to M-G-M. He also had roles in such films as ‘The Adventures of Tom Sawyer’ (1938), ‘My Son is Guilty’ (1939), ‘Belle Starr’ (1941). ‘Kid Glove […]

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  • Hugh Edward “Yug” Bolton

    1929 - 1999

    Hugh Edward “Yug” Bolton (1929 - 1999)

    Professional Hockey Player. A native of Toronto, Ontario, Bolton played the position of Defense for teams in the NHL, AHL, QHL, OHA-JR, OHA-SR, and the Al-Cup hockey leagues. At 6’03”, and 192lbs, Bolton played for the Toronto Young Rangers from 1945 to 1947, Toronto Marlboros from 1947 to 1950, Toronto Maple Leafs from 1949 to […]

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  • Hugh Griffith

    1912 - 1980

    Hugh Griffith (1912 - 1980)

    Actor. Born in North Wales and a welsh speaker he appeared in many Hollywood films over four decades. He was best remembered as ‘Sheik Ilderim’ in the film epic “Ben-Hur” (1959), a role for which he won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar. His other films included, “Mutiny On The Bounty” (1962), “Oliver!”(1968),”Legend of the Werewolf” […]

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  • Hugh Harman

    1903 - 1982

    Hugh Harman (1903 - 1982)

    Cartoon Animator. A pioneer in animation, he helped to create ‘Daffy Duck’ and ‘Bugs Bunny’ among other Looney Tune characters. He began his career in 1922 when he got a job working for the Walt Disney, working on the Laugh-o-Gram toons. After Disney went bankrupt he and his partner, Rudolf Ising tried to start a […]

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  • Hugh Hefner

    1926 - 2017

    Hugh Hefner (1926 - 2017)

    In January 1952, Hugh Hefner left his job as a copywriter for Esquire after he was denied a $5 raise. In 1953, he took out a mortgage, generating a bank loan of $600, and raised $8,000 from 45 investors, including $1,000 from his mother (“Not because she believed in the venture,” he told E! in […]

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  • Hugh Legaré

    1797 - 1843

    Hugh Legaré (1797 - 1843)

    Hugh Legaré was born in Charleston, South Carolina, of Huguenot and Scottish ancestry. Partly due to his inability to share in the amusements of his fellows as a result of a deformity due to a vaccine poisoning suffered before he was five (the poison permanently arresting the growth and development of his legs), Legaré was an […]

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  • Hugh Marlowe

    1911 - 1982

    Hugh Marlowe (1911 - 1982)

    Hugh Marlowe was born Hugh Herbert Hipple in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and began his stage career in the 1930s at the Pasadena Playhouse in California. Marlowe was usually a secondary lead or supporting actor in the films he appeared in. In 1939-40, Marlowe was in two network radio programs. He was Jim Curtis in the soap opera […]

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  • Hugh O Brian

    1925 - 2016

    Hugh O Brian (1925 - 2016)

    Hugh O Brian Hugh O Brian, who helped tame the Wild West as the star of TV’s “The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp” and was the founder of a long-running youth leadership development organization, has died. He was 91. Hugh O Brian, who had several health issues, died Monday morning with his wife nearby at […]

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  • Hughie Green

    1920 - 1997

    Hughie Green (1920 - 1997)

    British TV personality; one of his most famous TV series was the show ‘Opportuntiy Knocks.’

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  • Hughie Mack

    1884 - 1927

    Hughie Mack (1884 - 1927)

    Actor. Born Hugh McGowan in New York City, he was a former undertaker when he was spotted one day sleeping on a park bench by producer J. Stuart Blackton of Vitagraph Pictures. Vitagraph’s biggest star at the time was roly-poly comedian John Bunny; Blackton thought another corpulent comic might be popular too, so he offered […]

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  • Hugo Ball

    1886 - 1927

    Hugo Ball (1886 - 1927)

    Artist. Regarded as the “Father of Dadaism”, he founded “Cabaret Voltaire”. He was the inventor of dadaist phonetic poetry, and wrote essays about “Siddhartha” author Hermann Hesse.  (bio by: Apats)  Family links:  Spouse:  Emmy Hennings (1885 – 1948)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Hugo Ballin

    1879 - 1956

    Hugo Ballin (1879 - 1956)

    Artist, Director, Writer. As a painter his first ceiling mural was in the Wisconsin State Capitol building in Madison in 1913. In 1917 he received commissions for murals at the Los Angeles Times Building and the City Hall in Burbank, California. These caught the eye of film producer Samuel Goldwyn, who hired him as a […]

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  • Hugo Ballin

    1879 - 1956

    Hugo Ballin (1879 - 1956)

    Artist, Director, Writer. As a painter his first ceiling mural was in the Wisconsin State Capitol building in Madison in 1913. In 1917 he received commissions for murals at the Los Angeles Times Building and the City Hall in Burbank, California. These caught the eye of film producer Samuel Goldwyn, who hired him as a […]

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  • Hugo Bettauer

    1872 - 1925

    Hugo Bettauer (1872 - 1925)

    Austrian novelist, journalist and playwright. One of his most famous novels is Die freudlose Gasse (The Joyless Street), which was filmed by G. W. Pabst with Greta Garbo, and he was also famous for his anti-Nazi satire of anti-semitism Die Stadt ohne Juden (The State without Jews), which was subsequently made into a play and […]

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  • Hugo Chávez

    1954 - 2013

    Hugo Chávez (1954 - 2013)

    Hugo Chávez Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈuɣo rafaˈel ˈtʃaβes ˈfɾi.as]; 28 July 1954 – 5 March 2013) was a Venezuelan politician and the President of Venezuela from 1999 until his death in 2013. He was the leader of the Fifth Republic Movement from its foundation in 1997 until 2007, when it merged with several other […]

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  • Hugo del Carril

    1912 - 1989

    Hugo del Carril (1912 - 1989)

    Actor. Born Piero Bruno Hugo Fontana, his career lasted more than 50 years, being one of the first idols of the Argentine cinema. (bio by: 380W)

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  • Hugo Friedhofer

    1901 - 1981

    Hugo Friedhofer (1901 - 1981)

    Hugo Wilhelm Friedhofer (May 3, 1901 – May 17, 1981) was an American composer best known for his motion picture scores. He was born in San Francisco. His father was a cellist trained in Dresden, Germany; his mother, Eva König, was born in Germany. Hugo Friedhofer began playing cello at the age of 13. After taking lessons […]

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  • Hugo Haas

    1901 - 1968

    Hugo Haas (1901 - 1968)

    Actor. Born in Brno, in what is now the Czech Republic, he became a star of the National Theater of Prague, where his greatest success was as Dr. Galen in Karel Kapec’s play “The White Disease”.  When the Nazis invaded his homeland in 1938,  Haas fled to the United States and worked as a character […]

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  • Hugo Lafayette Black

    1886 - 1971

    Hugo Lafayette Black (1886 - 1971)

    Hugo LaFayette Black was the youngest of the eight children of William Lafayette Black and Martha Toland Black. He was born on February 27, 1886, in a small wooden farmhouse in Ashland, Alabama, a poor, isolated rural Clay County town in the Appalachian foothills.  Because his brother Orlando had become a medical doctor, Hugo decided […]

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  • Huguette Oligny

    1922 - 2013

    Huguette Oligny (1922 - 2013)

    Actress. A star of the Canadian stage and screen for more than half a century, she is remembered for her countless performances in both French and English. The child of a French family that settled in Quebec after World War I, she took to show business early and made her professional debut in 1939. After […]

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  • Humbert Allen Astredo

    1929 - 2016

    Humbert Allen Astredo (1929 - 2016)

    American Actor. Astredo, who appeared in television, film, and stage, will best be remembered for the numerous roles he performed on the TV show ‘Dark Shadows’. After serving in the Korean War, he studied acting at the Pasadena Playhouse in the early 1960s, later appearing at the Hollywood Bowl in ‘Faust’. In the mid-60s, he […]

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  • Hume Cronyn

    1911 - 2003

    Hume Cronyn (1911 - 2003)

    Subsequent to graduating from Ridley College, Hume Cronyn switched majors, from pre-law to drama, while attending McGill University, and continued his acting studies thereafter, under Max Reinhardt and at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. In 1934, the same year he joined The Lambs,[3] he made his Broadway debut as a janitor in Hipper’s Holiday […]

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  • Humphrey Bogart

    1899 - 1957

    Humphrey Bogart (1899 - 1957)

    Humphrey Bogart Bogart was born on Christmas Day, 1899 in New York City, the eldest child of Dr. Belmont DeForest Bogart (July 1867, Watkins Glen, New York – September 8, 1934, Tudor City apartments, New York City) and Maud Humphrey (1868–1940). Belmont and Maud married in June 1898. The name “Bogart” comes from the Dutch […]

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  • Humphrey Plantagenet

    1390 - 1447

    Humphrey Plantagenet (1390 - 1447)

    English Royalty. Born the fifth son of Henry IV, King of England and Mary de Bohun. He was invested as a Knight, Order of the Garter about 1400 and gained the titles of Duke of Gloucester and Earl of Pembroke in May 1414. He married Jacqueline von Bayern, Comtesse de Hollande, Zélande et Hainault in […]

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  • Hunter Guthrie

    1901 - 1974

    Hunter Guthrie (1901 - 1974)

    Educator, Clergyman, and Author. Amoung his works were “Modern Trends in American Culture,” and “History of Theology.” He was an ordained priest of the Roman Catholic Church. Recipient of the Freedom award. Co-founder of the Catholic Commission for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs. (bio by: Laurie)

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  • Huntley Gordon

    1887 - 1956

    Huntley Gordon (1887 - 1956)

    Canadian-born motion picture actor. Appeared in many films of the 1910s through the 1940s. His birth year depicted as 1887 on his niche nameplate is in dispute. It may be as early as 1879. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Huntz Hall

    1920 - 1999

    Huntz Hall (1920 - 1999)

    Popular motion picture actor of the 1930s to 1990s. Fondly remembered for his role of ‘Sach’ in a number of East Side Kids and Bowery Boys films. (bio by: A.J. Marik) Cause of death: Heart failure

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  • Hurd Hatfield

    1917 - 1970

    Hurd Hatfield (1917 - 1970)

    Hurd Hatfield He is best remembered for his role as the title character in the Oscar winning movie “The Picture of Dorian Gray” (1945), which was his second movie. Born William Rukard Hurd Hatfield, his father was an attorney who once served as deputy attorney general for the state of New York. He received his […]

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