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Arlene Dahl

MGM star of the 1940s and 1950s best known for her “Technicolor red” hair. Films range from the musical ‘Three Little Words’ (1950) to the noir ‘Reign of Terror’ (1949) to the sci-fi ‘Jour...Read More

Yakov Smirnoff

Yakov Smirnoff is an expat from the Soviet Union when it was still “the Evil Empire”, he was a novelty act/comedian in the mid to late 80’s, guest starring in movies such as Moscow on the Hudson, Brewsters Millio...Read More

David Prowse

David Prowse is a weightlifter and actor from England. He is most famous for his portrayal of Darth Vader in Star Wars Episodes IV, V, and VI. At his peak he was 265 lbs. and 6’6.5″. He spoke all of the lines during th...Read More

Peter Mayhew

Peter Mayhew is a British actor best known for playing Chewbacca in Star Wars Episodes IV, V, VI and III. Mayhew is 7’3″ tall. Apparently Mayhew and David Prowse (the body of Darth Vader) were offered both Chewbacca an...Read More

Anthony Daniels

Anthony Daniels is a British actor most famous for his portrayal of the android C3PO in all six Star Wars films. He delivers the first line in Star Wars episode IV (the first released Star Wars film) and the last line in Star Wars...Read More

Kenny Baker

Kenny Baker is British actor and musician that is best known as the person inside the android R2D2 in the Star Wars series. Aside from Anthony Daniels (C3PO) he is the only other person that appears in all six episodes of the Star...Read More

Cree Summer

During the 1980s and early 1990s, Summer’s voice was among the most heard on television, mostly on Saturday mornings. From Penny on Inspector Gadget to Elmyra on Tiny Toons to Susie on Rugrats, Summer was usually cast as the...Read More

Jane Withers

Making her first film appearance in 1932, Withers acheived stardom in 1934 playing Shirley Temple’s arch enemy in the film Bright Eyes. Soon after, 20th Century Fox put the Atlanta native in a series of b-movies that made he...Read More

Michael Schoeffling

In only his second film, Schoeffling was cemented in teen movie history as hunky Jake Ryan, the object of Samantha Baker (Molly Ringwald)’s affection in Sixteen Candles....Read More

Lola Falana

Sexy and oh so elegant, Falana became a staple of 1970s variety shows and Las Vegas nightclubs, earning her the nickname Queen of Las Vegas. Discovered by Sammy Davis Jr. after appearing in his Broadway show Golden Boyin 1964, the...Read More