18 names.

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1. Paul Mann Paul Mann Actor, Fiddler on the Roof
2. Sammy Petrillo Sammy Petrillo Actor, Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla
3. Joe Raposo Joe Raposo Composer, The Great Muppet Caper
4. Sam Coslow Sam Coslow Soundtrack, Shutter Island Academy Award-winning producer, songwriter ("Everybody Loves Somebody", "My Old Flame", "Sing You Sinners", "Cocktails for Two"), composer, publisher and author, educated at Erasmus Hall High School. He co-founded Spier & Coslow, Inc. His Broadway stage credits include the score for "Artists and Models"...
5. Ron Richardson Ron Richardson Self, The 39th Annual Tony Awards
6. Anitra Walsh Anitra Walsh Actress, Mark of the Witch
7. Mort Dixon Mort Dixon Soundtrack, King Kong Songwriter ("Bye, Bye Blackbird", "That Old Gang of Mine", "The Lady in Red", "I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover"), and author, educated at DeWitt Clinton High School. He was a vaudeville actor, and served in the US Army during World War I, directing the Army show "Whiz Bang", with which he toured Europe after the war...
8. Tom Collins Tom Collins Actor, Somewhat Secret
9. Otis Riggs Otis Riggs Set Decorator, Episode #1.8
10. Ford Frick Ford Frick Self, Baseball's Changing Profile
11. Marie Hubert Frohman Marie Hubert Frohman Director, The Fairy and the Waif
12. Julien Bryan Julien Bryan Cinematographer, Siege
13. Felix Riesenberg Felix Riesenberg Writer, Skyline
14. Scott Vincent Scott Vincent Self, The (New) $25,000 Pyramid
15. William Norris William Norris Actor, The Love Piker
16. Jack Roche Jack Roche Writer, Phony Insurance
17. George Blake George Blake Director, Film Novelty Series: Aren't We All
18. Albert Protzman Albert Protzman Sound Department, Judge Priest Beginning his career at AT&T-Bell Laboratories, Al Protzman became one of the first radio broadcast engineers at age twenty in 1922, working with the AT&T stations WEAF and WJZ, and with the National Broadcasting Company after its founding in 1926. From 1930 to 1936 Protzman worked in Hollywood as a sound engineer for Fox Film and its successor 20th Century-Fox...
18 names.