32 names.

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1. Charley Grapewin Charley Grapewin Actor, The Wizard of Oz This old codger film favorite, born in 1869 (some reports say 1875), got into the entertainment field at an early age, first as a circus performer (aerialist and trapeze artist). Acting having then sparked his interest, he worked in a series of stock companies while writing stage plays on the side that he himself could star in...
2. Chuck Jones Chuck Jones Director, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Starting as a cel washer, Chuck Jones worked his way up to animator and then director at the animation division of Warner Bros. He is famous for creating such beloved cartoon characters as Wile E. Coyote, Henery Hawk, Pepé Le Pew, Marvin the Martian, Ralph Wolf, Road Runner, Sam Sheepdog, Sniffles, and many others...
3. Richard Genelle Richard Genelle Actor, Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie
4. Walter Janovitz Walter Janovitz Actor, The Jazz Singer
5. Kane Richmond Kane Richmond Actor, Spy Smasher Supporting player during the 30's and 40's in standard Hollywood films and rugged star of "B" adventure two-reelers, features and cliff-hanger serials.
6. Virginia Davis Virginia Davis Actress, Three on a Match Virginia Davis was born on December 31, 1918, in Kansas City, Missouri. Her father was a traveling furniture salesman and spent much time away from home. With her husband gone for weeks at a time, Margaret Davis, a housewife, focused all her attention on her daughter; she began taking Virginia to dancing lessons and modeling auditions when she was 2...
7. Candy Johnson Candy Johnson Actress, Muscle Beach Party
8. Christine Gossett Christine Gossett Actress, Ramona Born Christine Mae in Chickasha, Oklahoma, to Tip and Orrie Gossett and the last surviving and youngest of three children. She had two brothers, William Thomas Gossett of Birmingham, MI and Wayne I. Gossett of Rancho Santa Fe, California. Mr. and Mrs. Gossett owned and operated hotels in Oklahoma and then in Salt Lake City...
9. Drue Leyton Drue Leyton Actress, Charlie Chan in London
10. Karen Obediear Karen Obediear Actress, Sybil
11. Leon Beaumon Leon Beaumon Actor, Pioneer Trail Leon Beaumon - also credited as Leon Beauman, Beaumont, and Leon Duval - was a minor stage and film actor during the 1920s and 1930s. He was born Herman Bauman in 1898 on a farm near Youngstown, Ohio, to German immigrant parents. He worked in steel mills as a youth, and studied with his two brothers near Chicago to be a Catholic priest...
12. Maxine King Maxine King Self, Telephone Hour
13. Clay Campbell Clay Campbell Make-Up Department, From Here to Eternity Makeup artist Clay Campbell was born in Chicago in 1901, but grew up in Toronto, Canada. After graduating high school he journeyed to Los Angeles, where he got a job with a wax factory, creating and producing the faces of wax figures. His company was contracted to supply such figures for the Warner Bros...
14. Dorothy Jones Dorothy Jones Writer, Gay Purr-ee
15. Jack Wilson Jack Wilson Camera and Electrical Department, Shoulder Arms
16. Hugh McCollum Hugh McCollum Producer, Brideless Groom After completing his education at the University of Pennsylvania, Hugh McCollum moved to Los Angeles and worked a variety of odd jobs before being hired as an assistant to an executive at First National Pictures. He later served as a business manager for several studios, and in 1929 joined Columbia Pictures as secretary to studio chief Harry Cohn...
17. Vic Schoen Vic Schoen Music Department, The Court Jester
18. Hayes Goetz Hayes Goetz Producer, The Singing Nun
19. James F. Van Pelt Jr. James F. Van Pelt Jr. Self, Men Who Brought the Dawn
20. Anthony Galla-Rini Anthony Galla-Rini Music Department, High Noon
21. Jim Martin Jim Martin Self, Paper Lion
22. Milton Charles Milton Charles Soundtrack, Crying for the Carolines
23. Marshall U. Beebe Marshall U. Beebe Actor, The Bridges at Toko-Ri Beebe received a degree in mathematics and physics from Occidental College in 1935 and applied for navy flight training. He was designated a naval aviator in December 1937 and led two squadrons in World War II, being credited with 10.5 Japanese planes shot down. In the Korean War he commanded Air Group 5 aboard USS Essex in 1951-52...
24. Jean Baker Jean Baker Miscellaneous Crew, Caged
25. Evelyn Francisco Evelyn Francisco Actress, Nize Monkey
26. Allan Eckert Allan Eckert Writer, Cougar Family
27. Herbert Doerfel Herbert Doerfel Music Department, Operation Eichmann
28. Arnold 'Jigger' Statz Arnold 'Jigger' Statz Self, Fast Company
29. Patsy Irish Patsy Irish Actress, Waldo's Last Stand
30. George-Ellen Ferguson George-Ellen Ferguson Actress, Janie
31. Art Black Art Black Art Department, Flight
32. Bob Nieman Bob Nieman Self, Game 4
32 names.