14 names.

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1. Mae Marsh Mae Marsh Actress, The Birth of a Nation Mae Marsh's father was an auditor for the railroad who died when she was four. Her family moved to San Francisco, where her stepfather was killed in the 1906 earthquake. Her great-aunt then took Mae and her sister to Los Angeles. With her show business background, Mae's aunt took them to the various movie studios for work as extras...
2. Jeff Pollack Jeff Pollack Writer, Above the Rim
3. Paul Page Paul Page Actor, Speakeasy
4. Anita Lhoest Anita Lhoest Actress, Captive Girl Anita Lhoest was a 1940s' swimming champion from California, who, like many other athletes, got a one-time shot at the movies. Although she won the role of Daisy Mae for a projected film on Lil Abner (beating out Marilyn Monroe), the film was never made, and her only claim to cinematic fame was the Jungle Jim film Captive Girl.Nevertheless...
5. Richard Thompson Richard Thompson Animation Department, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
6. Page Peters Page Peters Actor, The Purple Scar
7. Reginald Mason Reginald Mason Actor, Topaze
8. Jack Cosgrove Jack Cosgrove Visual Effects, Gone with the Wind
9. Shana Alexander Shana Alexander Writer, Mrs. Harris
10. Wayne Miyata Wayne Miyata Self, The Endless Summer
11. Lucien Denni Lucien Denni Soundtrack, Holiday Composer, songwriter and conductor educated at Columbia College, and a music student of Andrew Brown. He was a pianist in vaudeville and night club orchestras, and later, conductor of the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra and music director of the New Amsterdam Theatre in New York. He wrote the stage score for "Happy Go Lucky"...
12. Norman Dobrin Norman Dobrin Actor, Old Hutch
13. Mickey Eissa Mickey Eissa Actor, Riders of the Timberline
14. Cajan Lee Cajan Lee Actor, The Black Sombrero Cajan Lee was born Wanda Juanita Lee on April 4, 1925 in Arkansas, USA. She moved to California as a teenager to attend The Pasadena Playhouse. She was an actor and model, known for Hopalong Cassidy (1952) and Auntie Mame (1958). She died on March 21, 1993 in Hermosa Beach, California, USA.
14 names.