24 names.

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1. Eddie Bracken Eddie Bracken Actor, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York This owl-faced comic actor enjoyed his first featured film role in the RKO production Too Many Girls, in which he reprised the role of "JoJo Jordan" that he had played in the Broadway stage version of that musical. (Into the pantheon of pop-music standards came one that Bracken had introduced in "Too Many Girls"...
2. Edgar Stehli Edgar Stehli Actor, Seconds
3. Bruce Sinofsky Bruce Sinofsky Director, Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills
4. Yogi Berra Yogi Berra Self, New York Yankees (The Movie) One of baseball's greatest catchers of all time, Yogi Berra appeared in a record 14 World Series while calling the games for the New York Yankees. Berra proved invaluable to the Yankees as evidenced by his three Americal League Most Valuable Player awards. Berra was also one of the games best-hitting catchers...
5. Herman Hupfeld Herman Hupfeld Soundtrack, Brazil Songwriter ("As Time Goes By"), composer, singer, author and pianist who followed his high school education with United States Navy military service in World War II. He sang his own songs in the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld's Midnight Frolic" (1912) and wrote songs for the musicals "A la Carte", "The Little Show"...
6. Roy Kral Roy Kral Self, The Kraft Music Hall
7. Jackie Cain Jackie Cain Actress, Jazzwomen
8. Ben Lackland Ben Lackland Actor, Captain Video and His Video Rangers Ben Lackland came to New York in 1925 to study at the Theater Guild School and lived in Manhattan until 1958. During his career, he appeared in many plays with such figures as Josephine Hull, Walter Hampden, Ruth Gordon, Otis Skinner and Ethel Barrymore. He met his future wife, stage actress Marjorie Dulin...
9. Frank Dailey Frank Dailey Self, Music at the Meadowbrook
10. Ed Condit Ed Condit Actor, Captain Video and His Video Rangers A longtime radio broadcaster and announcer who had been with WPAT in Paterson, New Jersey, Ed Condit went on to be a familiar and popular staff announcer with the DuMont Television Network until that network finally ended all programming in 1956. He lived at 1 Chester Road in Montclair, New Jersey, and died at Mountainside Hospital in Montclair at age 47.
11. Larry Doby Larry Doby Self, 1997 MLB All-Star Game Larry Doby, the 7-time All-Star and 2-time American League home run leader, became the first African American to play in the A.L. when he made his debut on July 5, 1947. Doby's first appearance occurred less than three months after Jackie Robinson had become the first African American major leaguer in the 20th Century when he debuted with the National League's Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15...
12. Tom Fleming Tom Fleming Self, Beyond Belief
13. John McMullen John McMullen Self, ESPN SportsCentury
14. Mattie Wilkes Mattie Wilkes Actress, The Symbol of the Unconquered
15. James J. Van Dyk James J. Van Dyk Actor, The Sleeping City
16. Eugène Lauste Eugène Lauste Director, Drill of the Engineer Corps
17. Glen Rochkind Glen Rochkind Producer, The Big Heist: How AOL Took Time Warner
18. Ted Curson Ted Curson Soundtrack, The Brown Bunny
19. Carl Oglesby Carl Oglesby Self, Beyond 'JFK': The Question of Conspiracy
20. Patricia Travers Patricia Travers Actress, The Hard-Boiled Canary Patricia Travers was born in Clifton, New Jersey, the daughter of a well-to-do family. Her father, a successful attorney, was also an amateur violin maker, and he gave Patricia a 1/4 size violin on her third birthday. She was a quick study, and at age six, she gave her first concert. She became well-known locally...
21. Arthur Kinoy Arthur Kinoy Self, Cold War
22. Egon Hostovsky Egon Hostovsky Writer, Les espions
23. Leo J. Hatem Leo J. Hatem Actor, Loser Love
24. Sam Dente Sam Dente Self, 1954 World Series
24 names.