26 names.

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1. Julia Anne Robinson Julia Anne Robinson Actress, The King of Marvin Gardens
2. Duane Grey Duane Grey Actor, JFK
3. Ken Kesey Ken Kesey Writer, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Kesey burst into the literary scene with the "Cuckoo's Nest" in 1962 which he wrote from his experiences working at a veterans hospital. During this period, he volunteered for the testing on the drug LSD. After writing his second novel, "Sometimes A Great Notion," he bought an old school bus dubbed "Further." With Neal Cassidy at the wheel and pitchers of LSD-laced-Kool-Laid in the cooler...
4. Rhoda Williams Rhoda Williams Actress, Cinderella
5. Theodore Sturgeon Theodore Sturgeon Writer, Killdozer Edward Hamilton Waldo was an American science fiction writer who published under the legal name Theodore Sturgeon - he changed his name following his mother's divorce. He was born on Staten Island, New York and sold his first short story in 1938. He is perhaps best known for the novel 'More Than Human' (1953) and his short horror story...
6. Gene Rizzi Gene Rizzi Actor, The Outlaw Gene Rizzi was born Eugenio Valentino Rizzi on April 1, 1913, in the tiny village of Tret, Austria (now Italy), near the Italian Alps. His father died seven months earlier after returning to Austria from the United States. Gene's mother, Anna Maria Flor, raised him and his three siblings by herself and eventually moved the family back to Rock Springs...
7. Craig Huebing Craig Huebing Actor, General Hospital
8. Harry Owens Harry Owens Soundtrack, Aloha One of the foremost exponents of Hawaiian music, Harry Owens arrived in the islands in 1934 and became quickly enamored with the local scene. Owens had been a straight trumpet player in Los Angeles dance bands (at the Ambassador Hotel Cocoanut Grove and for Vincent Rose). His previous experience as a leader dated back to 1926...
9. Damon Knight Damon Knight Writer, The Twilight Zone One of the world's most prolific science fiction writers and editors, Mr. Knight was also an outspoken critic and teacher of creative writing. His short stories and novels, as well as his works of non- fiction on the writing process itself, are well respected and he is universally admired in his field...
10. Stanley Neufeld Stanley Neufeld Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Naked City
11. Harold Terry Harold Terry Self, Buster Keaton: A Hard Act to Follow
12. Frank Caffey Frank Caffey Production Manager, The Ten Commandments
13. June Filmer June Filmer Actress, One Man's Journey
14. Lou Halmy Lou Halmy Soundtrack, Xanadu
15. Rolland Hamblen Rolland Hamblen Actor, The Little Colonel
16. Katherine Kotorakos Katherine Kotorakos Makeup Department, Everybody Loves Raymond
17. Robert K. Richard Robert K. Richard Editor, My Three Sons
18. Dave Frohnmayer Dave Frohnmayer Self, Oregon's War at Home and the Man Who Brought the Peace
19. Ward Brant Ward Brant Actor, It Happens Every Spring
20. Jack Herer Jack Herer Self, Emperor of Hemp
21. Mark Lewis Mark Lewis Actor, Nobody
22. Don Paul Don Paul Self, 1957 NFL Championship Game
23. Brian Lanker Brian Lanker Director, They Drew Fire Born Aug. 31, 1947, in Detroit, Mich. Won Pulitzer prize for feature photography (for the Topeka Capital-Journal) in 1972. The winning photograph was "Moment of Life," showing a newborn on its mother's stomach and the father cradling the mother's head.
24. Dee Wright Dee Wright Miscellaneous Crew, The General
25. Earl Esola Earl Esola Actor, Greed for Gold
26. Dr. Axley Dr. Axley Miscellaneous Crew, The General
26 names.