32 names.

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1. Ben Johnson Ben Johnson Actor, The Last Picture Show Born in Oklahoma, Ben Johnson was a ranch hand and rodeo performer when, in 1940, Howard Hughes hired him to take a load of horses to California. He decided to stick around (the pay was good), and for some years was a stunt man, horse wrangler, and double for such stars as John Wayne, Gary Cooper and James Stewart...
2. Nedra Volz Nedra Volz Actress, 10 An apple dumpling of a darling, character actress Nedra Volz had one of those slightly vacant, twinkly-eyed faces absolutely designed for light sitcoms and commercial work. Although she didn't come into her own until past retirement age, she enjoyed a solid two-decade ride delightfully amusing audiences all over...
3. Khigh Dhiegh Khigh Dhiegh Actor, The Manchurian Candidate
4. John Reach John Reach Actor, The Silencers
5. Jean Muir Jean Muir Actress, A Midsummer Night's Dream Tall (5' 9"), blonde-haired US stage, screen and TV actress from the 1930's through the mid-1960's. Upon retiring from acting Jean went on to teach drama, first, for eight years beginning in 1968, at Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri, where she headed their new drama department, and afterwards at a university in Mexico.
6. Phil Bondelli Phil Bondelli Director, Angels in Chains
7. Michael Morrison Michael Morrison Actor, Crime Lords
8. Maurice Mendoza Maurice Mendoza Actor, The Song of Guitardo
9. Jimmy Chagra Jimmy Chagra Uncategorised
10. Lance Gunnin Lance Gunnin Art Department, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
11. Marc Breaux Marc Breaux Miscellaneous Crew, The Sound of Music
12. Frankie Carle Frankie Carle Soundtrack, The Curse of the Jade Scorpion Pianist, songwriter ("Sunrise Serenade", "Oh What It Seemed to Be"), conductor, author and composer. He began his career as the music director of a touring vaudeville unit, then joined the orchestras of Mal Hallett and Horace Heidt as pianist. In 1944, he led his own orchestra, playing theatres, ballrooms and hotels...
13. Tom Aguilar Tom Aguilar Miscellaneous Crew, Duplex
14. Charles Mack Charles Mack Actor, Why Bring That Up?
15. Cliff Danielson Cliff Danielson Actor, Seven Sweethearts
16. Stan Quackenbush Stan Quackenbush Animation Department, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
17. Lester F. Scott Jr. Lester F. Scott Jr. Producer, Daughter of the Tong
18. Troy Nabors Troy Nabors Actor, Raising Arizona
19. Oakley Haldeman Oakley Haldeman Soundtrack, The Nightmare Before Christmas Songwriter ("Here Comes Santa Claus"), composer, author and the general manager for a music publisher. He joined ASCAP in 1949, and his other popular-song compositions include "Brush Those Tears From Your Eyes", "I Wish I Had Never Met Sunshine", "Tho' I Tried", "Pretty Mary", "Texas Polka", "Honey Child", "Vic'try Train", "Last Mile", and "Texans Never Cry".
20. Roy Granville Roy Granville Sound Department, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
21. Royal K. Cole Royal K. Cole Writer, Son of Geronimo: Apache Avenger Royal K. Cole was a screenplay writer for Republic Pictures for several years. He is considered by his contemporaries to be one of the best screenwriters of his time for that studio.
22. Wilford 'Whizzer' White Wilford 'Whizzer' White Actor, Apache Blood
23. Ray Sadecki Ray Sadecki Self, Game 7
24. Darell L. Garretson Darell L. Garretson Actor, Mixed Company
25. Sam Byrd Sam Byrd Self, Follow Thru with Sam Byrd
26. Bob Kennedy Bob Kennedy Self, 1963 MLB All-Star Game
27. Melva Blancett Melva Blancett Actress, The Emmett Smith Story
28. Bill Keeling Bill Keeling Camera and Electrical Department, Cathedral Canyon
29. James Loren James Loren Producer, Mitzi's 2nd Special
30. Bob Kennedy Bob Kennedy Self, Password All-Stars
31. Nick Cockrane Nick Cockrane Actor, Here Comes Elmer
32. Bob Rush Bob Rush Self, Game 3
32 names.