12 names.

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1. Whitfield Cook Whitfield Cook Writer, Strangers on a Train
2. Anne Francine Anne Francine Actress, Crocodile Dundee Anne Francine was best known for her stage portrayal of the flamboyant Vera Charles in "Mame". She played the role--her favorite--both on Broadway and in touring productions. Her long and successful career began in the nightclubs. She made her professional debut in New York at the elegant Coq Rouge...
3. James O'Neill James O'Neill Actor, The Count of Monte Cristo
4. Elsie Ferguson Elsie Ferguson Actress, Scarlet Pages The great Broadway stage actress and silent film star Elsie Louise Ferguson was born on August 19, 1883 in New York City, the only child of prominent lawyer Hiram Benson Ferguson and his wife. Due to her father's wealth, hers was a privileged childhood, though she developed a penchant for socialism in her late thirties...
5. Rufus Rose Rufus Rose Actor, Clarabell's Big Surprise
6. David Stone Martin David Stone Martin Art Department, The James Dean Story
7. James Houston James Houston Writer, The White Dawn
8. Arthur A. Penn Arthur A. Penn Soundtrack, Smilin' Through
9. Mrs. Richard Mansfield Mrs. Richard Mansfield Miscellaneous Crew, Beau Brummel
10. Brian Hooker Brian Hooker Writer, Cyrano de Bergerac Lyricist ("Song of the Vagabonds", "Only a Rose"), author and educator, educated at Yale University (BA, MA), and who became the assistant professor of English at Columbia University between 1903 and 1905, a rhetoric instructor at Yale University between 1905 and 1909, and a lecturer at the Columbia extension...
11. Richard Mealand Richard Mealand Writer, Always Leave Them Laughing
12. Sigmund Strochlitz Sigmund Strochlitz Self, To Bear Witness
12 names.