44 names.

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1. Sam Peckinpah Sam Peckinpah Writer, The Wild Bunch "If they move", commands stern-eyed William Holden, "kill 'em". So begins The Wild Bunch, Sam Peckinpah's bloody, high-body-count eulogy to the mythologized Old West. "Pouring new wine into the bottle of the Western, Peckinpah explodes the bottle", observed critic Pauline Kael. That exploding bottle...
2. Edmond O'Brien Edmond O'Brien Actor, The Wild Bunch Oscar-winner Edmond O'Brien was one of the most-respected character actors in American cinema, from his heyday of the mid-1940s through the late 1960s. Born on September 10, 1915, in the New York City borough of The Bronx, O'Brien learned the craft of performance as a magician, reportedly tutored by neighbor Harry Houdini...
3. Tara Correa-McMullen Tara Correa-McMullen Actress, Rebound
4. Stafford Repp Stafford Repp Actor, Batman
5. Theresa Harris Theresa Harris Actress, I Walked with a Zombie Theresa Harris appeared with more stars of the Golden Era of Hollywood than anyone else. She sang, she danced, appeared in films and TV. She graced the screen with her magnetic presence and most times stole scenes from the top stars of the day every chance she got and made a lot of dull movies worthwhile...
6. Cleo Moore Cleo Moore Actress, One Girl's Confession Cleo Moore was born Cleouna Moore on October 31, 1924 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Her parents were deeply involved in Democratic politics. Politics, in Louisiana, was an all consuming passion with a lot of families in the 1920s and 1930s. Cleo began her trek to stardom when she participated in school plays in high school...
7. Jackie Condon Jackie Condon Actor, Our Gang
8. Alvin Childress Alvin Childress Actor, The Amos 'n Andy Show
9. Charles H. Radilak Charles H. Radilak Actor, The Sunshine Patriot
10. Lionel Mark Smith Lionel Mark Smith Actor, Magnolia
11. Danny Daniels Danny Daniels Actor, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
12. Marjorie Woodworth Marjorie Woodworth Actress, Flying with Music Marjorie Woodworth was a pretty, perky blonde 1940s starlet, of German/Norwegian parentage. She was educated at the University of Southern California, where she was spotted and signed by a talent scout for Hal Roach. Immediately propelled into leading roles, her shortcomings as an actress (in the absence of proper training) were quickly revealed...
13. Ken Strickfaden Ken Strickfaden Special Effects, Dracula vs. Frankenstein
14. Lew Davis Lew Davis Actor, Oh, My Nerves
15. Paul 'Tank' Younger Paul 'Tank' Younger Actor, Crazylegs
16. Peanuts Lowery Peanuts Lowery Actor, The Winning Team
17. Harry Hollingsworth Harry Hollingsworth Actor, Hollingsworth and Crawford in 'Bed Time'
18. Juan Tizol Juan Tizol Soundtrack, Whiplash Puerto Rican valve trombonist, arranger and composer, musically educated by his uncle Manuel. Tizol moved to the U.S. in 1920 and first met Duke Ellington while playing trombone in the pit of the Howard Theatre in Washington, D.C.. After spells with Bobby Lee's Cottonpickers and the White Brothers Band...
19. Jewel Akens Jewel Akens Soundtrack, Religulous
20. Lisa Marie Naegle Lisa Marie Naegle Self, Bridalplasty
21. Billy Ward Billy Ward Soundtrack, Winter's Bone
22. Olga Edith Therkorn Olga Edith Therkorn Actress, Mush and Milk Olga was the exuberant and supremely self-confident daughter of a Los Angeles police officer and a strong mother who had aspired in her youth to be a dancer. Olga had been enrolled in one of Hollywood's top dance schools for six years when Hal Roach director, Robert McGowan, contacted the school looking for a pair of performers for a two-reeler he was preparing to produce...
23. Jim Gilliam Jim Gilliam Self, 1955 World Series
24. Stanley Taylor Stanley Taylor Actor, The Pacemakers
25. Ella Mae Evans Ella Mae Evans Actress, I Got the Hook Up
26. Nanette Crawford Nanette Crawford Actress, Hollingsworth and Crawford in 'Bed Time'
27. William D. Byrd William D. Byrd Actor, Children of a Lesser God
28. Claude Jay McLin Claude Jay McLin Stunts, Predator 2
29. Ted Hawkins Ted Hawkins Soundtrack, Safe Men
30. Herman King Herman King Miscellaneous Crew, Gorgo
31. Karel Hradilák Karel Hradilák Actor, Poslední podskalák
32. Billy Higgins Billy Higgins Actor, 'Round Midnight
33. Hugh Brooke Hugh Brooke Writer, This Is My Love
34. Mayme Clayton Mayme Clayton Self, Keepers of the Frame
35. Joe Rivers Joe Rivers Actor, Big City
36. John T. Boudreau John T. Boudreau Music Department, Ben-Hur Composer, arranger and US military bandmaster who formed the Loyola Band, he was educated at USC. His service band assignments included the Navy Band (1919-1924) and the California National Guard. He directed the USC Trojan Band (1927-1934), and the 1932 Olympic bands. He was the music director and entertainment producer for the Los Angeles Rams and Dodgers teams...
37. Anthony Velona Anthony Velona Soundtrack, Good Morning, Vietnam Songwriter ("Lollipops and Roses"), author and composer. He joined ASCAP in 1957, he collaborated musically with Marion Evans, and his other songwriting credits (most often recorded by Steve Lawrence)include "Sad Songs", and "One Love Too Late".
38. Ricky Bell Ricky Bell Self, 1979 NFC Championship Game
39. Maude Tull Maude Tull Self, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
40. Bert Niehoff Bert Niehoff Self, 1915 World's Championship Series
41. Ivy Olson Ivy Olson Self, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn
42. Goodwin Knight Goodwin Knight Self, Dateline: Disneyland
43. James Charles Lynch James Charles Lynch Writer, The Magnavox Theater
44. Ivan Olson Ivan Olson Actor, Condoms
44 names.