Re: Bibi “Chickenshit” Epithet and Iran Strike

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Jewish Press
The original article can be found here:

In the quotations about the American official who referred to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu as “chickenshit” there’s a comment alleging that he didn’t have the guts to attack Iran to destroy its nuclear capabilities.

Goldberg quoted another official who reportedly agreed with the first official’s assessment but added that Netanyahu was also a “coward” on the Iranian nuclear threat issue.
The second official reportedly told Goldberg that the “Obama administration no longer believes that Netanyahu would launch a preemptive strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities.”  
“It’s too late for him to do anything. Two, three years ago, this was a possibility. But ultimately he couldn’t bring himself to pull the trigger. Now it’s too late.”  (emphasis mine, quotes from  the Jerusalem Post)

If anyone is to look at this carefully, it shows the real cowardliness of the American Government and its president.

Simply, if the Iranian nuclear weapons development is a threat to world peace, then you’d expect the purported “world power” to attack and destroy it. Nobody would expect a tiny country like Israel to have to take on that risky, expensive task.

We all know the truth that if anyone is chicken, it’s the Americans who have its enemies thousands of miles away and love to push around anyone who doesn’t push it back. It’s time for the State of Israel to recognize that the United States Government is neither a friend nor a strategic ally.

  • We must go our own way, rip up those American shopping coupons aka “defense aid” and put the development of our military industries in high gear.
  • The American demands on Israel which they call “peace negotiations” must be firmly and finally be rejected, never to be considered again.
  • Prime Minister Netanyahu must rescind his support for a “Palestinian State” and the “two state solution,” admitting that he had made a terrible mistake by ever agreeing to such a thing.
The only comfort in this little “scandal” is that on the eve of the American Elections, the “chickenshit” has hit the fans and it’s falling over the Barack Hussein Obama administration like a hurricane.
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What’s In A Name ?

AllahAllah (English pronunciation: /ˈælə/ or /ˈɑːlə/; Arabic: اللهAllāh, IPA: [ʔalˤˈlˤɑːh] ( )) is the Arabic word for God (al ilāh, iliterally “the God”).[

Al-Nusra Front ▬ The al-Nusra Front or Jabhat al-Nusra is a fighting group and an Al Qaeda affiliate. Designated by the United States as a “terrorist” group. An important threat to the Assad regime of Syria.

Al Qaeda ▬ Participant in the Global War on Terrorism, the War in Afghanistan, the Iraq War, and the Arab Spring

Al Shabaab ▬  A militant group meaning “The Youth”, or “The Youngsters

Boko Haram ▬ People Committed to the Prophet’s Teachings for Propagation and Jihad

CaliphateA caliphate (in Arabic: خلافة‎ khilāfa, meaning “succession”) is an Islamic state led by a supreme religious and political leader known as a caliph

DAESH ▬ An Arabic term that sounds  like another Arabic word that means “to trample on” or “to crush”.

Fatwa ▬ A fatwā (Arabic: فتوى‎; plural fatāwā Arabic: فتاوى‎) in the Islamic faith is the term for the legal opinion or learned interpretation that a qualified jurist or mufti can give on issues pertaining to the Islamic law

HalalḤalāl (Arabic: حلالḥalāl, ‘permissible’) or hallal[1] is any object or an action which is permissible to use or engage in, according to Islamic law. The term covers and designates not only food and drink but also all matters of daily life.

Hamas ▬ Based on the principles of Islamism gaining momentum throughout the Arab world in the 1980s, Hamas was founded in 1987 (during the First Intifada) as an offshoot of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood

Hezbollah ▬ “Party of Allah” or “Party of God

Intifada ▬ Intifada (انتفاضة intifāḍah) is an Arabic word which literally means “shaking off”, though it is popularly translated into English as “uprising“, “resistance“, or “rebellion“.

IslamIslam is a monotheistic and Abrahamic religion articulated by the Qur’an, a book considered by its adherents to be the verbatim word of God (Arabic: الله‎ Allāh)

I.S. ▬ Islamic State

ISIS ▬ Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham

ISIL ▬ Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant

JihadJihad is an Islamic term referring to a religious duty of Muslims. In Arabic, the word jihād is a noun meaning “struggle” or “resisting”.

Khorasan ▬ an offshoot of Al-Qaeda

Sharia ▬ To Arabic-speaking people, sharia (shariah, shari’a, sharīʿah; Arabic: شريعة‎ šarīʿah, IPA: [ʃaˈriːʕa], “legislation”), means the moral code and religious law of a prophetic religion. The term “sharia” has been largely identified with Islam in English usage.

Shia Islam ▬ The Shia (Arabic: شيعةShīʿah) represent the second largest denomination of Islam.

Sunni Islam ▬ Sunni Islam is the largest branch of Islam; its adherents are referred to in Arabic as ahl as-sunnah wa l-jamāʻah (Arabic: أهل السنة والجماعة‎), “people of the tradition of Muhammad and the consensus of the Ummah” or ahl as-sunnah (أهل السنة) for short.

Taliban ▬ The word Taliban is Pashto, طالبان ṭālibān, meaning “students”, the plural of ṭālib.


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Verified living supercentenarians


Below is a list of living supercentenarians verified by an appropriate independent authority (all cases are verified by the GRG). There are currently 70 such individuals, of whom 65 are female and 5 are male.


Rank Name Sex Birth date Age as of 4 March 2014 Place of residence
1 Misao Okawa[1] F 5 March 1898 115 years, 364 days Japan
2 Jeralean Talley[1] F 23 May 1899 114 years, 285 days United States
3 Susannah Mushatt Jones[1] F 6 July 1899 114 years, 241 days United States
4 Bernice Madigan[1] F 24 July 1899 114 years, 223 days United States
5 Emma Morano-Martinuzzi[1] F 29 November 1899 114 years, 95 days Italy
6 Anna Henderson[1] F 5 March 1900 113 years, 364 days United States
7 Antonia Gerena Rivera[1] F 19 May 1900 113 years, 289 days United States[a]
8 Ethel Lang[1] F 27 May 1900 113 years, 281 days United Kingdom
9 Nabi Tajima[1] F 4 August 1900 113 years, 212 days Japan
10 Blanche Cobb[1] F 8 September 1900 113 years, 177 days United States
11 Anna Stoehr[1] F 15 October 1900 113 years, 140 days United States
12 Goldie Steinberg[1] F 30 October 1900 113 years, 125 days United States[b]
13 Merle Barwis[1] F 23 December 1900 113 years, 71 days Canada[c]
14 Ora Holland[1] F 24 December 1900 113 years, 70 days United States
15 Opal Thompson[1] F 13 January 1901 113 years, 50 days United States
16 Kiyoko Ishiguro[1] F 4 March 1901 113 years, 0 days Japan
17 Dominga Velasco[1] F 12 May 1901 112 years, 296 days United States[d]
18 Edna Bowman[1] F 3 June 1901 112 years, 274 days United States
19 Olympe Amaury[1] F 19 June 1901 112 years, 258 days France
20 Ruby Clawson[1] F 15 July 1901 112 years, 232 days United States
21 Hanae Kimura[1] F 8 August 1901 112 years, 208 days Japan
22 Rosa Bandini-Alberghi[1] F 11 September 1901 112 years, 174 days Italy
Adéa Pellerin-Cormier[1] F 11 September 1901 112 years, 174 days Canada
24 Toshie Yorimitsu[1] F 30 September 1901 112 years, 155 days Japan
25 Eudoxie Baboul[1] F 1 October 1901 112 years, 154 days France
26 Matsuyo Kageyama[1] F 10 October 1901 112 years, 145 days Japan
27 Emma Otis[1] F 22 October 1901 112 years, 133 days United States
28 Tou Tajiri[1] F 23 October 1901 112 years, 132 days Japan
29 Esther Ecklund[1] F 28 October 1901 112 years, 127 days United States[e]
30 Ana Vela-Rubio[1] F 29 October 1901 112 years, 126 days Spain
Hana Shindo[1] F 29 October 1901 112 years, 126 days Japan
32 Jane Gray[1] F 1 December 1901 112 years, 93 days Australia[f]
33 Gertrud Henze[1] F 8 December 1901 112 years, 86 days Germany
34 María Concha Pérez-Cidad[1] F 9 December 1901 112 years, 85 days Spain
35 Bertha Harris[1] F 3 January 1902 112 years, 60 days United States
36 Mitsue Toyoda[1] F 15 February 1902 112 years, 17 days Japan
37 Kathleen Snavely[1] F 16 February 1902 112 years, 16 days United States[g]
38 Vi Robbins[1] F 28 February 1902 112 years, 4 days Australia
39 Sugino Tamai[1] F 9 March 1902 111 years, 360 days Japan
40 Kitsuyo Yamamoto[1] F 12 March 1902 111 years, 357 days Japan
41 Marguerite Conrad[1] F 15 March 1902 111 years, 354 days France
42 Marie-Josephine Gaudette[1] F 25 March 1902 111 years, 344 days Italy[h]
43 Yukie Hino[1] F 17 April 1902 111 years, 321 days Japan
44 Arturo Licata[1] M 2 May 1902 111 years, 306 days Italy
45 Fanny Godin[1] F 27 May 1902 111 years, 281 days Belgium
46 Giuseppina Projetto[1] F 30 May 1902 111 years, 278 days Italy
47 Sotomi Hara[1] F 7 June 1902 111 years, 270 days Japan
48 Tsuya Miura[1] F 24 July 1902 111 years, 223 days Japan
49 Yoneno Kouno[1] F 7 August 1902 111 years, 209 days Japan
50 Rosa Pesce[1] F 12 September 1902 111 years, 173 days Italy
51 Kiyo Oshiro[1] F 15 September 1902 111 years, 170 days Japan
52 Helen Wheat[1] F 16 September 1902 111 years, 169 days United States
53 Masa Iseri[1] F 19 September 1902 111 years, 166 days Japan
54 Dorothy Peel[1] F 28 September 1902 111 years, 157 days United Kingdom
55 Take Matsui[1] F 1 October 1902 111 years, 154 days Japan
Masayo Ito[1] F 1 October 1902 111 years, 154 days Japan
57 Florence Pittaway[1] F 15 October 1902 111 years, 140 days United Kingdom
Sute Sato[1] F 15 October 1902 111 years, 140 days Japan
59 Egbertje Leutscher-de Vries[1] F 22 October 1902 111 years, 133 days Netherlands
60 Adelaida González-Alonso[1] F 23 October 1902 111 years, 132 days Spain
61 Ida Schlesinger[1] F 7 November 1902 111 years, 117 days United States
62 Myrtle Clifton[1] F 19 November 1902 111 years, 105 days United States
63 Matsu Adachi[1] F 1 January 1903 111 years, 62 days Japan
64 Gladys Hooper[1] F 18 January 1903 111 years, 45 days United Kingdom
65 Alexander Imich[1] M 4 February 1903 111 years, 28 days United States[i]
66 Sakari Momoi[1] M 5 February 1903 111 years, 27 days Japan
67 Helen Lettinga[1] F 6 February 1903 111 years, 26 days United States
68 Yasutaro Koide[1] M 13 March 1903 110 years, 356 days Japan
69 Ethan Shelton[1] M 10 July 1903 110 years, 237 days United States
70 Aleksandra Dranka[2] F 3 October 1903 110 years, 152 days Poland[j]

a^ Gerena was born in Puerto Rico.
b^ Steinberg was born in Kishinev, which was then a part of the Russian Empire; it is now located in Moldova.
c^ Barwis was born in the United States.
d^ Velasco was born in Mexico.
e^ Ecklund was born in Sweden.
f^ Gray was born in the United Kingdom.
g^ Snavely was born in Ireland.
h^ Gaudette was born in the United States.
i^ Imich was born in Częstochowa, which was then a part of the Russian Empire. It is now in Poland.
j^ Dranka was born in Harklowa, which was then part of Austria-Hungary; it is presently located in Poland.


On The Short List 


George Gaynes (born George Jongejans; May 16, 1917)

Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee, CBE, CStJ (born 27 May 1922)
Sir Roger George Moore, KBE (born 14 October 1927)
George Clifton James (born May 29, 1921)
Kirk Douglas [born Issur Danielovitch on December 9, 1916]
Abraham Charles “Abe” Vigoda (born February 24, 1921)
Zsa Zsa Gabor [born Sári Gábor on February 6, 1917]
Edward Gough Whitlam, AC, QC (born 11 July 1916)

Jerry Lewis [born Joseph (Jerome) Levitch on March 16, 1926]

James Earl “Jimmy” Carter, Jr. (born October 1, 1924)

Isaac Sidney “Sid” Caesar (born September 8, 1922)

Arthur Christopher Orme Plummer, CC (born December 13, 1929)

Sidney Poitier (born February 20, 1927)

Donald Jay “Don” Rickles (born May 8, 1926)

Doris Day (born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff, April 3, 1924)

Olivia Mary de Havilland (born 1 July 1916)

Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor) (born 21 April 1926)

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (born 10 June 1921)

Angela Brigid Lansbury, CBE (born 16 October 1925)

Albert Francis “Al” Molinaro (born June 24, 1919)

Gina Lollobrigida ( born 4 July 1927)

Carol Elaine Channing (born January 31, 1921)

Maureen O’Hara (born 17 August 1920)

Guy Hamilton (born 16 September 1922)

Louis Jourdan (born 19 June 1921)

Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra (born May 12, 1925)

Charles Edward Anderson “Chuck” Berry (born October 18, 1926)

Richard Wayne Van Dyke (born December 13, 1925)

Riley B. King (born September 16, 1925)

Edward Gough Whitlam AC QC (/ˈɡɒf ˈwɪtləm/ born July 11, 1916)

George Herbert Walker Bush (born June 12, 1924)

Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger (born 16 April 1927)

Betty Marion White Ludden (born January 17, 1922)

George Robert “Bob” Newhart (born September 5, 1929)




Photos are of beautiful locations down under in Australia and New Zealand !





Kosher vs. Halal

In order for meat to be kosher, it must fit a number of requirements:
- It must be from a kosher animal (e.g., cow, as opposed to pig)
- It must have been in good health before it is slaughtered.
- It must be slaughtered at the neck with a very sharp knife.
- Some portions of the fat, and all blood must be removed.(The blood is drawn out by packing the fresh meat in salt, which is where kosher salt gets its name from.)
A blessing is generally said before the slaughter, but its absence would not, I think, render the meat non-kosher.
And a rabbi is generally supposed to be present to ensure that all the above have been strictly followed.


Western Slaughterhouses  & Abattoirs

Stunning the animal before it is actually slaughtered is a common practice in many western countries. It is claimed to be more comforting and causing less pain to the animal.

Pre-slaughter stunning was originally introduced to protect abattoir personnel, rather than the animals themselves. The idea was to immobilize the animal to facilitate killing procedures. However, the principle of stunning has now evolved to encompass the idea that animals should be rendered unconscious before they are slaughtered.

There are many methods used for stunning animals, just to mention a few:

The Captive Bolt Pistol

This stunning method is widely used for all farmed animals. There are two types of captive bolt pistol: penetrative and non-penetrative. Penetrative stunners drive a bolt into the skull and cause unconsciousness both through physical brain damage and the concussive blow to the skull. The bolt on a non-penetrative stunner is ‘mushroom-headed’ and impacts on the brain without entering the skull. Unconsciousness is caused by the concussive blow. After the animal is unconscious, it is slaughtered.

The bolt is described as ‘captive’ because it flies out of the barrel but remains attached to the pistol. The pistol is placed on the centre of the animal’s forehead and is either trigger-fired or fires automatically on contact with the animal’s head.


Pitching is carried out in the majority of cattle slaughterhouses. The practice involves inserting a wire or rod through the hole in the head made by the captive bolt. The rod is slid up and down to destroy the lower part of the brain and the spinal cord.

Electric head-only stunning (electric shock or current)

Electric head-only stunning with tongs is used to stun cattle, calves, sheep, goats, rabbits and ostriches. The operator places a pair of electric tongs on either side of the animal’s head and passes an electric current through the brain – supposedly causing a temporary loss of consciousness.

Waterbath stunning

The electric waterbath is widely used to stun chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese. Birds are shackled upside down on a moving conveyor which carries them to an electrified waterbath into which their heads are supposed to be immersed. The shackles contact a bar which is connected to earth. The strength of the electrical current has risen in recent years – with the aim of ensuring that birds suffer a cardiac arrest and die when they enter the waterbath.

Gas stunning

An animal is stunned by exposing them to a mixture of carbon dioxide and air. This gas causes the animal to loose its consciousness, after which it is slaughtered.

Halal is an Arabic word that means “permissible.” In terms of food, it means food that is permissible according to Islamic law. For a meat to be certified “halal,” it cannot be a forbidden cut (such as meat from hindquarters) or animal (such as pork.)

The slaughter of a halal animal is called “zabihah” and there are certain guidelines to follow:

  • Allah’s (God’s) name must be pronounced during slaughter.
  • The instrument must be very sharp to ensure humane slaughter. The animal must be slit at the throat.
  • The animal must not be unconscious
  • The animal must be hung upside down and allowed to bleed dry. Eating blood is not halal.
  • These steps must be accomplished by a Muslim or the People of the Book (Christian or Jew.) Many observant Muslims find kosher meat acceptable.
  • The animal must have been fed a natural diet that did not contain animal by-products.

Carla Laemmle (1909), Luise Rainer(1910), Lupita Tovar (1911), Mary Carlisle (1912), Risë Stevens (1913), Ellen Dow, Anna Wing (1914), Patricia Morison (1915), Olivia de Havilland (1916), Zsa Zsa Gabor (1917), Danielle Darrieux, June Foray, Marsha Hunt, Janet Waldo 1918), Marjorie Lord, Mary Healey, Audrey Totter, Marge Champion (1919), Michele Morgan 1920), Renee Asherson, Maureen O’Hara, Jayne Meadows, Nanette Fabray, Noel Neill, Carol Channing (1921), Elizabeth Wilson, Barbara Hale, Muriel Pavlow, Jean Kent, Esther Williams, Jane Adams, Betty White (1922), Sheila Sim, Eleanor Parker, Micheline Presle, Jean Darling, Janis Paige, Louise Latham, Lizabeth Scott, Juanita Moore, Coleen Gray, Ruby Dee, Madeleine Sherwood.


Richard Coogan (1914), Norman Lloyd, Wally Cassell (1915), Eli Wallach, Don Keefer (1916), Kirk Douglas, George Gaynes (1917), Efrem Zimbalist, Eddie Lawrence (1919), Louis Jourdan, Al Molinaro, Alan Young, Abe Vigoda (1921), Clifton James, Gerald O’Loughlin, Graham Stark (1922), William Phipps, Patrick MacNee, Steven Hill, James Noble, Bill Macy, Christopher Lee, William Schallert, Frank Marth, Sid Caesar, Fyvush Finkel.


Manoel de Oliveira (1908), Carlo Lizzani (1917), Ted Post (1918), Gabriel Axel, Lester James Peries (1919), Michael Anderson (1920), Lewis Gilbert, Andrew McLaglen, Miklos Jancso (1921),
Gene Saks, Walter Grauman (1922), Carl Reiner, Alain Resnais, Damiano Damiani, Guy Hamilton, Bert Gordon, Jonas Mekas.


Elmo Williams (1913), A.C. Lyles (1918), Artur Brauner, Saul Zaentz (1921), Walter Mirisch, Norman Lear (1922).


Roy Douglas (1907), Douglas Slocombe(1913), Gilbert Taylor (1914), Van Alexander(1915), Oswald Morris, Stanley Kauffmann (1916), Fay Kanin (1917), Blaine Gibson (1918), Shinobu Hashimoto, Bob Schiller, Walter Bernstein (1919), Ray Harryhausen (1920), Bob
Godfrey (1921), Haskell Wexler (1922).Expanded list:


Carla Laemmle (1909, Dracula),
Luise Rainer (1910, The Great Ziegfeld)
Lupita Tovar (1911, Dracula (Spanish), mother of Susan Kohner),
Mary Carlisle (1912, Baby Face Morgan),
Rise Stevens (1913, Going My Way), Ellen Dow (Wedding Crashers),
Anna Wing (1914, TV’s EastEnders),
Patricia Morison (1915, Song of Bernadette),
Olivia de Havilland (1916, Gone With the Wind)
Zsa Zsa Gabor (1917, Moulin Rouge), Danielle Darrieux (La Ronde), June Foray (Rocky & Bullwinkle), Marsha Hunt (Smash-Up),  Janet Waldo (1918, The Jetsons), Marjorie Lord (Make Room for Daddy), Mary Healey (The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T), & Audrey Totter (The Postman Always Rings Twice).
Marge Champion (1919, dancer and model for Snow White)
Michele Morgan (1920, The Fallen Idol), Renee Asherson (Henry V, 1944), Maureen O’Hara (The Quiet Man), Nanette Fabray (The Band Wagon), Jayne Meadows (Enchantment, 1947), and Noel Neill (TV’s The Adventures of Superman).
Carol Channing (1921, Thoroughly Modern Millie) Elizabeth Wilson (The Graduate), Barbara Hale (The Boy With Green Hair), Muriel Pavlow (Doctor in the House), Jean Kent (The Browning Version), Esther Williams (Bathing Beauty, 1944), Jane Adams (House of Dracula), Betty White (1922, TV’s The Golden Girls), Sheila Sim (A Canterbury Tale, 1944), Eleanor Parker (The Man with the Golden Arm), Micheline Presle (Devil in the Flesh, 1940s), Jean Darling (Our Gang), Janis Paige (Silk Stockings), Louise Latham (Marnie), Lizabeth Scott (Strange Love of Martha Ivers), Juanita Moore (Imitation of Life, 1959), Coleen Gray (Nightmare Alley), Ruby Dee (A Raisin in the Sun), Madeleine Sherwood (TV’s The Flying Nun)


Richard Coogan (1914, Captain Video) Norman Lloyd (Saboteur),
Wally Cassell (1915, Sands of Iwo Jima), Eli Wallach (The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly),
Don Keefer (1916, Sleeper), Kirk Douglas (Spartacus),
George Gaynes (1917, Police Academy),
Efrem Zimbalist, (Wait Until Dark),
Eddie Lawrence (1919, The Night They Raided Minsky’s), Louis Jourdan (Gigi), Al Molinaro (TV’s Happy Days) & Alan Young (TV’s Mister Ed)
Abe Vigoda (1921, TV’s Fish), Clifton James (The Man with the Golden Gun) & Gerald O’Loughlin (TV’s The Rookies).
Graham Stark (1922, The Pink Panther), William Phipps (Disney’s Cinderella), Patrick MacNee (TV’s The Avengers), Steven Hill (TV’s Mission Impossible), James Noble (TV’s Benson), Bill Macy (TV’s Maude), Christopher Lee (House of Dracula), William Schallert (Star Trek’s The Trouble with Tribbles), Frank Marth (TV’s The Honeymooners), Sid Caesar (TV’s Your Show of Shows), Fyvush Finkel (TV’s Picket Fences)


Manoel de Oliveira (1908, I’m Going Home),
Carlo Lizzani (1917, Achtung Banditi),
Ted Post (1918, Beneath the Planet of the Apes) & Gabriel Axel (Babette’s Feast)
Lester James Peries (1919, Rekava aka The Line of Destiny (1956)
Michael Anderson (1920, Logan’s Run), Lewis Gilbert (The Spy Who Loved Me), Andrew McLaglen (TV’s Gunsmoke)
Miklos Jancso (1921, The Red and the White), and Gene Saks (The Odd Couple)
Walter Grauman (1922, TV’s Murder, She Wrote), Carl Reiner (Oh, God!), Alain Resnais (Hiroshima Mon Amour), Damiano Damiani (The Devil is a Woman), Guy Hamilton (Goldfinger), Bert Gordon (Village of the Giants), Jonas Mekas (avant-garde director)


Elmo Williams (1913, Tora! Tora! Tora!),
AC Lyles (1918, Apache Uprising), Artur Brauner (Europa Europa)
Saul Zaentz (1921, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest) & Walter Mirisch (West Side Story)
Norman Lear (1922 TV’s All in the Family)


Roy Douglas (1907, orchestrator, Major Barbara),
Douglas Slocombe(1913, cinematographer, Raiders of the Lost Ark),
Gilbert Taylor (1914, cinematographer, Star Wars),
Van Alexander (1915, composer, TV’s I Dream of Jeannie), Oswald Morris (cinematographer, Fiddler on the Roof),
Stanley Kauffmann (1916, critic),
Fay Kanin (1917, screenwriter, Teacher’s Pet),
Blaine Gibson (1918, Disney animator), Shinobu Hashimoto (screenwriter, Rashomon), & Bob Schiller (screenwriter, I Love Lucy).
Walter Bernstein (1919, screenwriter, Fail Safe).
Ray Harryhausen (1920, special effects creator, Jason & the Argonauts).
Bob Godfrey (1921, animator, Great – 1975)
Haskell Wexler (1922, cinematographer, American Graffitti).