32 names.

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1. James Gammon James Gammon Actor, The Iron Giant Rugged-looking James Gammon first broke into the entertainment industry not as an actor but as a TV cameraman. From there, his weatherbeaten features, somewhat menacing attitude and a tough-as-nails voice--the kind that used to be described in detective novels as "whiskey-soaked"--reminiscent of '40s...
2. Lucille Bliss Lucille Bliss Actress, Robots
3. Robert Winley Robert Winley Actor, Terminator 2: Judgment Day
4. Kathryn Card Kathryn Card Actress, The Unsinkable Molly Brown
5. Kam Tong Kam Tong Actor, Flower Drum Song
6. Tex Beneke Tex Beneke Soundtrack, Babe: Pig in the City The popular singer and saxophone player began with the Ben Young Orchestra (1935-1937), and joined the Miller band in 1938, becoming one of the bands's most popular personalities and soloists (though he was not seen or even referred to in The Glenn Miller Story). His personality and talents led him to the top of the Downbeat and Metronome magazine polls...
7. Mike Bell Mike Bell Self, Bigger Stronger Faster*
8. Paula Kelly Paula Kelly Self, Episode dated 30 November 1953
9. Dick Wesson Dick Wesson Actor, The Hi-Jack and the Mighty
10. Rowland Brown Rowland Brown Writer, Angels with Dirty Faces
11. Claiborne Cary Claiborne Cary Actress, Hitchhike!
12. Ken Garcia Ken Garcia Director, I Hate Prom: Part2
13. Deannie Best Deannie Best Actress, Shanghai Chest
14. Max M. Hutchinson Max M. Hutchinson Sound Department, Detour
15. Helen Thurston Helen Thurston Stunts, Bringing Up Baby
16. Florence Stone Fevergeon Florence Stone Fevergeon Actress, Mystery Men
17. Brandon Beach Brandon Beach Actor, This Theatre and You
18. William Nobles William Nobles Cinematographer, Winds of the Wasteland
19. Alice Hollister Alice Hollister Actress, From the Manger to the Cross; or, Jesus of Nazareth Alice Hollister born in Massachusetts in 1886. Convent educated. Became a popular figure in more than 90 silent melodrama and crime films, a dark-haired beauty, perhaps the screen's first 'vamp', joined the Kalem Film Company along with her husband pioneering cinematographer George K. Hollister, she made her film debut in 'By a Woman's Wit' under the direction of Sidney Olcott in 1911...
20. George Metkovich George Metkovich Actor, Three Little Words
21. Frieda Pushnik Frieda Pushnik Actress, House of the Damned Frieda Pushnik was born armless and legless after her mother had an appendix operation while pregnant. As a child she was "drafted" as a resident guest of sideshows with both "Ripley's Believe it or Not" and the "Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus". She was part of sideshows from 1933 to 1956, when such attractions were outlawed as "exploitive".
22. Gene Knight Gene Knight Actor, Warm Summer Rain
23. Andy Carey Andy Carey Self, Mantle
24. Clyde McLeod Clyde McLeod Actor, My Favorite Year Clyde McLeod has been a movie extra since 1938. He's been directed by Charles Chaplin, Frank Capra, and Cecil B. DeMille. He's been a stand in for such actors as Anthony Quinn, Ronald Reagan, Rock Hudson, Tex Ritter, among others. Becoming a principal actor has never been his goal. "I got into the business because it was what my mother wanted me to do," said McLeod in 1985...
25. Robert M. Haas Robert M. Haas Art Director, The Maltese Falcon A graduate in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, Haas spent his first two years in Hollywood at the art department of Famous Players Lasky (1919-21), as a set designer and builder. He received early acclaim from the journal American Architect for a town in Elmhurst, New York, he had constructed for the movie The Copperhead...
26. Nick DeMaggio Nick DeMaggio Editor, Pickup on South Street
27. Ethel Ullman Ethel Ullman Actress, A Piece of Amber
28. George D. Ellis George D. Ellis Sound Department, Sylvia Scarlett
29. McElbert Moore McElbert Moore Writer, An Old-Fashioned Girl
30. Henry Vroom Henry Vroom Actor, The Lost Trail
31. Ezra Fee Ezra Fee Art Department, Most Wanted Ezra was a brilliant jack of all trades, and master of many. He had a personal force and charisma that was unmatched. He lived a life of risk and freedom that was incongruous with today's highly regimented Western society, and it was struggles with addiction and law enforcement which ultimately led to his tragic demise...
32. Frank Mattison Frank Mattison Production Manager, The Indian Fighter
32 names.