37 names.

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1. Lee Quigley Lee Quigley Actor, Superman
2. Peter Grant Peter Grant Self, The Song Remains the Same
3. Simon Oates Simon Oates Actor, The Terrornauts
4. Hubert Gregg Hubert Gregg Actor, In Which We Serve
5. Anthony Pelissier Anthony Pelissier Director, The Rocking Horse Winner London-born Anthony Pellisier was the son of actress Fay Compton and producer Arthur Pellisier. He became an actor in the 1930s, but soon realized that he was more inclined to making films than appearing in them. In 1937 he got his first screenwriting credit, and remained in that field until his directorial debut in 1949...
6. Basil Emmott Basil Emmott Cinematographer, Curse of the Fly
7. Derek Elphinstone Derek Elphinstone Actor, In Which We Serve
8. Michael Stringer Michael Stringer Art Director, Fiddler on the Roof
9. Henry Stamper Henry Stamper Actor, The Enemy of the World: Episode 1
10. Violet Farebrother Violet Farebrother Actress, Easy Virtue
11. Marjorie Gordon Marjorie Gordon Actress, Danger Trails
12. Joe Black Joe Black Actor, Ready When You Are, Mr. McGill
13. Henry Hall Henry Hall Soundtrack, Jeepers Creepers
14. Russ Conway Russ Conway Self, Episode #1.8
15. Sidney Torch Sidney Torch Soundtrack, All That Glitters/Wishing You Well Leading composer-conductor of familiar orchestral music and a famed British organist. Born of Russian parents at 27 Tottenham Court in London, his father, Morris Torchinsky, was a professional trombonist and encouraged his son to excel. Sidney studied piano at the Blackheath Conservatoire, then became accompanist to violinist Albert Sandler and an organist at cinemas including the Regal...
16. Kurt Lewenhak Kurt Lewenhak Writer, Wings of Mystery
17. Geoffrey Parsons Geoffrey Parsons Soundtrack, 127 Hours Geoffrey Parsons was an English lyricist most famous for writing the lyrics for "Smile", a song that is generally associated with the great Charlie Chaplin. Parsons worked at the Peter Maurice Music Company which was run by James Phillips (aka John Turner). The PMMC was especially known for adapting foreign songs into the English Language...
18. Gerald Butler Gerald Butler Writer, On Dangerous Ground
19. Mervyn Mills Mervyn Mills Writer, The Long Haul
20. Malcolm Vaughan Malcolm Vaughan Self, Episode dated 30 June 1974
21. Gladys Young Gladys Young Actress, The Lady with a Lamp
22. Ronald Frankau Ronald Frankau Actor, The Skin Game
23. Christopher D'Oyly John Christopher D'Oyly John Production Manager, Five Red Herrings
24. James Lockwood James Lockwood Miscellaneous Crew, Cold Mountain
25. Stuart Wickison Stuart Wickison Self, The Boy Who Can Never Grow Old
26. Esme Collings Esme Collings Director, A Street in Brighton
27. Fyffe Robertson Fyffe Robertson Self, Episode #1.2
28. Val Gielgud Val Gielgud Writer, The White Eagle
29. Norman Gryspeerdt Norman Gryspeerdt Camera and Electrical Department, Z.P.G.
30. Frank Bridge Frank Bridge Composer, Clouds of Glory: William and Dorothy
31. Allan Morrison Allan Morrison Sound Department, Charade
32. Norman Ginsbury Norman Ginsbury Writer, The First Gentleman
33. Cyril Connolly Cyril Connolly Self, Beaton by Bailey
34. Brian Herbert Brian Herbert Art Department, The Family Way
35. Kenneth Strong Kenneth Strong Self, Tough Old Gut: Italy - November 1942-June 1944
36. Greatrex Newman Greatrex Newman Soundtrack, Brimstone & Treacle
37. Guy Leadbetter Guy Leadbetter Actor, Investigating Child Abuse
37 names.