- The Buttoned Down Mind Of Bob Newhart, which outsold Beatles albums in the ’60s, vaulted the Chicago comic to the top of the comedy heap.
- Reads to Al (Casanova) greetings from Marian Anderson. As part of a stunning career, Marian Anderson was the first African-American singer to perform a principal role on The Metropolitan Opera's stage.
- An English singer and comedian who became one of the greatest stars of both cinema and music hall.
- José Greco-a flamenco and Spanish dance artist.
- Joyce Grenfell is well known, loved and best remembered for her monologues, songs and comic writings.
- He referred to his act as "classical music with the boring parts left out."
- Pearl Bailey sang with bands, later on stage and in films.
- Teresa Stratas, a Canadian opera star. Among her career highlights was the creation of the role of Sardulla in the US premiere of Menotti's The Last Savage (Met, 1964).
- Cast of The Matchmaker, 1958.