17 names.

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1. James Garner James Garner Actor, The Notebook Amiable and handsome James Garner had obtained success in both films and television, often playing variations of the charming anti-hero/con-man persona he first developed in Maverick, the offbeat western TV series that shot him to stardom in the late 1950s. On the big screen, Garner made his film debut in Toward the Unknown...
2. Harry Morgan Harry Morgan Actor, High Noon Harry Morgan was a prolific character actor who starred in over 100 films and was a stage performer. Known to a younger generation of fans as "Col. Sherman T. Potter" on M*A*S*H. Also known for his commanding personality throughout his career, he tackled movies and television in a way no other actor would do it...
3. Karl Malden Karl Malden Actor, Patton Born to a Czech mother and a Serbian father in Chicago as Mladen Sekulovich, on March 22, 1912, Karl Malden did not speak English until he was in kindergarten. After graduating from high school in the nearby steel town of Gary, Indiana, Malden worked in the industry for three years until 1934, when he left to attend the Arkansas State Teacher's College...
4. Phyllis Diller Phyllis Diller Actress, A Bug's Life The indefatigable nonagenarian finally put out an autobiography in 2005 and entitled it "Like a Lampshade in a Whorehouse", which pretty much says it all when recalling the misfit life and career of the fabulous, one-of-a-kind Phyllis Diller. It may inspire all those bored, discouraged and/or directionless...
5. Allan Melvin Allan Melvin Actor, Bermuda Triangle Tangle
6. Lee Bowman Lee Bowman Actor, Cover Girl Lee Bowman made his reputation as a suave, polished leading man opposite glamorous stars like Rita Hayworth and Jean Arthur in the 1940's. The columnist Jack Sher (later a noted writer and director) referred to him in 1944 as 'a very hot commodity' in Hollywood. A graduate from the University of Cincinnati...
7. Robert Sterling Robert Sterling Actor, Show Boat Born William Sterling Hart in 1917, the Pennsylvania-born actor was the son of a professional ballplayer. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, then worked as a clothing salesman before deciding to give acting a try. He certainly had the requisite dreamboat looks as Columbia signed this blue-eyed...
8. Billy Halop Billy Halop Actor, Angels with Dirty Faces Billy Halop's show business career started on radio in the 1920s and carried over to stage work on Broadway. There, in 1937, he and other teenage cast members of the stage hit "Dead End" were brought to Hollywood by Samuel Goldwyn for the film version of the play, which was a tremendous hit. Halop...
9. Charles S. Dubin Charles S. Dubin Director, Square One TV
10. George Ives George Ives Actor, Intolerable Cruelty
11. Natalie Draper Natalie Draper Actress, Forever Amber
12. Gil Friesen Gil Friesen Producer, The Breakfast Club
13. Sy Gomberg Sy Gomberg Writer, Summer Stock Sy Gomberg was an Oscar-nominated screenwriter, producer and activist who spoke out forcefully against what he called "gratuitous and unpunished violence" in movies and television. He was nominated for an Academy Award in 1951 for best story in "When Willie Comes Marching Home", and again that same year for best screenplay for "Summer Stock" starring Judy Garland and Gene Kelly.
14. Gigi Gordon Gigi Gordon Miscellaneous Crew, The Devil's Advocate
15. Jacqueline Piatigorsky Jacqueline Piatigorsky Self, An Afternoon with Gregor Piatigorsky
16. Ulpio Minucci Ulpio Minucci Composer, Robotech
17. Elizabeth Pickett Elizabeth Pickett Writer, Wolf Fangs
17 names.