13 names.

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1. Mark Ritts Mark Ritts Actor, Beakman's World
2. Michael Gottlieb Michael Gottlieb Director, Mannequin
3. Frank Thomas Frank Thomas Animation Department, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
4. Ken Anderson Ken Anderson Animation Department, Robin Hood
5. Eric Larson Eric Larson Animation Department, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Eric Cleon Larson was born on September 3, 1905 in Cleveland, Utah, to Peter and Nora Larson. In 1915 his family moved to Salt Lake City, where he became interested in journalism and also secretly took drawing lessons. In 1925, he entered the University of Utah, later moving to Los Angeles to look for a job in journalism and writing...
6. Eleanor Durkin Eleanor Durkin Self, Burke and Durkin in a Tete-a-Tete in Songs
7. Sidney Hickox Sidney Hickox Cinematographer, The Andy Griffith Show Hickox started out as assistant cameraman at the Manhattan Biograph Studios in 1915, followed by two years of wartime photographic work with the U.S. Naval Air Service. He joined First National after 1919, graduating to director of photography by 1927. When Warner Brothers absorbed that company in 1930...
8. Travis Peterson Travis Peterson Director, Indio, USA
9. Violette Wilson Violette Wilson Actress, The Moon Is Down
10. Robert Clatworthy Robert Clatworthy Art Director, Psycho
11. E. Cardon Walker E. Cardon Walker Thanks, The Wonderful World of Disney
12. William Slavens McNutt William Slavens McNutt Writer, The Lives of a Bengal Lancer
13. Richard J. Bing Richard J. Bing Self, Para Fuera
13 names.