• Wally Albright

    1925 - 1999

    Wally Albright (1925 - 1999)

    Albright was born Walton Algernon Albright, Jr. in Burbank, California. He appeared in a number of films during his career, and is notable for appearing in six Our Gang short subjects throughout the early 1930s. Though his tenure with the gang was brief, his role was usually that of the gang leader, alongside Matthew “Stymie” […]

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  • Walter Tat Wah

    1915 - 2007

    Walter Tat Wah (1915 - 2007)

    Actor. He was one of China’s biggest influences on Hong Kong Cinema acting in over 700 films. As a teenager, he began his 60 year career when he ran away to Shanghai to work in the movies. By the 1940s, he had already acted in 80 movies and launched his own studio in Hong Kong […]

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  • Warner Oland

    1880 - 1938

    Warner Oland (1880 - 1938)

    Swedish actor who played Chinese detective, Charlie Chan. He was married to a wealthy Bostonian, the artist Edith Gardener Shearn. Among their many houses was a historic farmhouse in the Southville section of Southborough. Upon Oland’s death in 1938, he was buried in the town cemetery. The marker for his grave was originally the doorstep […]

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  • Warren Jackson

    1892 - 1950

    Warren Jackson (1892 - 1950)

    Actor. A veteran performer appearing in over sixty feature film, he is best remembered for his role as Mac the henchman in “Call the Mesquiteers” (1938). He made his big screen debut in “Behind the green Lights” (1935), followed by credits to include “The Story of Alexander Graham Bell” (1939), “The Big Street” (1942), “Alaska” […]

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  • Warren Oates

    1928 - 1982

    Warren Oates (1928 - 1982)

    Oates was born and raised in Depoy, a tiny rural community west of Greenville in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. He was the son of Sarah Alice (née Mercer) and Bayless Earle Oates, who owned a general store. He attended Louisville Male High School, Louisville, Kentucky until 1945 but did not graduate. He later earned a high […]

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  • Wendy Barrie

    1912 - 1978

    Wendy Barrie (1912 - 1978)

    British Actress. Her godfather was the Scottish novelist-playwright J.M. Barrie, in whose “Peter Pan” there was a character called Wendy. Her films include “The Hound of the Baskervilles” (1939) and best remembered for her portrayal of Jane Seymour (Royal Wife no. 3) in ‘The Private Life of Henry VIII’ (1933). She was the hostess of […]

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  • Wilbur Mack

    1874 - 1964

    Wilbur Mack (1874 - 1964)

    American character actor in motion pictures of the 1920s trough the 1960s. Appeared in the 1946 film classic “It’s a Wonderful Life.”

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  • Willard Sage

    1922 - 1974

    Willard Sage (1922 - 1974)

    Actor. Motion picture and television actor of the 1950s through the 1970s. Movies include “Dragnet” (1954), “It’s a Dog’s Life” (1955) and “Somebody Up There Likes Me” (1956). Television shows include “Gunsmoke,” “Star Trek,” “Bonanza,” and “Hogan’s Heroes,” among many others. 

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  • William Cagney

    1905 - 1988

    William Cagney (1905 - 1988)

    Producer. Born in New York City, he was an almost a dead ringer for his brother actor James Cagney, whom he also managed and produced for. He produced over a dozen films with some being featured with his brother James in the lead role such as “Strawberry Blonde” (1941), “The Bride Came C.O.D.” (1941), “Captain […]

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  • William Edmunds

    1886 - 1981

    William Edmunds (1886 - 1981)

    Actor. He appeared in minor roles. Among others “Going Spanish” (1934), “Angels with Dirty Faces” (1938), “Idiot’s Delight” (1939), “Casablanca” (1942), “House of Frankenstein” (1944), “A Bell for Adano” (1945), “Anna and the King of Siam” (1945), “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946), “The Beast with Five Fingers” (1946), “The Lost Moment” (1947), “The Pirate” (1948), […]

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  • William Haines

    1900 - 1973

    William Haines (1900 - 1973)

    Actor. He was a popular motion picture star of the 1920s and 1930s, and was the top box-office draw of 1930. After refusing to pretend to be “straight” for his studio bosses, his acting career was finished. His second talent was in design, and he built a successful career as the interior designer to the […]

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  • William Talman

    1915 - 1968

    William Talman (1915 - 1968)

    Actor. Best known as ‘Hamilton Burger,’ the perpetually unsuccessful District Attorney on the popular “Perry Mason” television series (1957-1966), William Whitney Talman Jr. was born in Detroit, the son of a wealthy businessman. Jealousy of his family’s conspicuous affluence got young Talman into frequent scrapes with other boys at the public schools he attended, but […]

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  • William Wagner

    1883 - 1964

    William Wagner (1883 - 1964)

    American stage and motion picture actor of the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. Appeared with Tyrone Power and Madeleine Carroll in the 1936 Oscar-nominated drama “Lloyd’s of London.”

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  • Winifred Bryson

    1892 - 1987

    Winifred Bryson (1892 - 1987)

    Actress. A talented stage and film performer, Bryson is best remembered for her role as Fleur de Lys in the 1923 film, “The Hunchback Of notre Dame.” Born in Columbus, Ohio, Bryson headed to Los Angeles in 1915. Her first professional acting appearance was in the play “Regeneration”, opposite Bert Lytell. Known for her sultry, […]

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  • Wolf Albach Retty

    1906 - 1970

    Wolf Albach Retty (1906 - 1970)

    A popular leading man in Austrian cinema, he made his motion picture debut in the silent “Das grobe Hemd.” Some of his well know works were roles in the films “The Black Hussar,” “Tales from Vienna Woods” and “Hotel Sacher.” He was the son of actress Rosa Albach Retty, and the father of actress Romy […]

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  • Wolfgang Zilzer

    1901 - 1991

    Wolfgang Zilzer (1901 - 1991)

    Character Actor. He was born in USA of german parents. He is remembered as the man with expired papers who was murdered in the first scene of the classic film “Casablanca.” He and his girlfriend Lotte Palfi (the woman who try to sell her jewels) were the true lovers of “Casablanca”, because after the release […]

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  • Yetta Zwerling

    1894 - 1982

    Yetta Zwerling (1894 - 1982)

    Comedienne and motion picture actress of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. 

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  • Yoshiko Okada

    1903 - 1992

    Yoshiko Okada (1903 - 1992)

    Actress. Born in Hiroshima prefecture, Okada was described as 5 feet tall, weighed 95 pounds and had both black eyes and hair. After training at the Tokyo School of Fine Arts, she joined the Butai Kyokai (Stage Show Association). She was accepted by “Shukke to sono deshi”. In 1922,she made her debut as a movie […]

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  • Yuki Namba

    2024 - 2006

    Yuki Namba (2024 - 2006)

    Actress. Real name Lidia Rosa Tempone. A native of Tres Arroyos, Argentina, she was one of her country’s top movie stars of the 1940s and 1950s. Her films include “Peluquería de Señoras” (1941), “La Piel de Zapa” (1943), “El Último Pallador” (1950), “Sucedió en Buenos Aires” (1954), “Mercado de Abasto” (1955) and “La Morocha” (1955).

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  • Zina Bethune

    1945 - 2012

    Zina Bethune (1945 - 2012)

    Actress, Disability Advocate. Perhaps best remembered for playing Gail Lucas in the TV series “The Nurses” (1962 to 1965). The daughter of an actress, her father died when she was five years old. She followed her mother’s path to the entertainment industry and at the age of six began taking lessons at George Balanchine’s School […]

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  • Zoran Radmilovic

    1933 - 1985

    Zoran Radmilovic (1933 - 1985)

    Actor. Fondly remembered for his appearances in the comedies “Radovan III” and “Kralj Ibi.” Some of his other films include “Marathon Family” and “Mysteries of the Organism.”

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