11 names.

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1. Jane Bryan Jane Bryan Actress, Each Dawn I Die Endearing to watch and a moving, understated presence on the silver screen, demure-looking Jane Bryan showed great promise as a contract player at Warner Brothers in the late 30s. Queen of the Warners' lot Bette Davis took a strong liking to Jane and, in fact, served as her mentor during Jane's brief stay...
2. True Boardman True Boardman Writer, The Painted Hills
3. Allen Funt Allen Funt Producer, More Candid Candid Camera
4. Cal Bellini Cal Bellini Actor, Little Big Man
5. Hank Ketcham Hank Ketcham Writer, Dennis the Menace Hank Ketcham was born on March 14, 1920, in Seattle; he wanted to be a cartoonist since age 6. In 1938, Hank left college after his freshman year. He went to California to work as an animator, first for Walter Lantz, creator of Woody Woodpecker. Later Hank worked for Walt Disney, where he helped draw "Bambi" and Donald Duck shorts...
6. James Doolittle James Doolittle Self, The 45th Annual Academy Awards
7. Robert L. Lippert Jr. Robert L. Lippert Jr. Producer, Bandit Island Born in 1926, the son of a movie producer and theatre owner. Prior to entering his father's business Lippert Jr. was a college football star and a member of Tex Rankin's Flying Circus. He worked as an associate producer, producer, and in some casses a director on several of his fathers films. His main expertise was on editing and he worked on some of the major films of the 50s...
8. Donald McNeely Donald McNeely Miscellaneous Crew, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg
9. Orien Heyward Orien Heyward Actress, She Asked for It
10. Lee Backman Lee Backman Writer, Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok
11. Carley Harriman Carley Harriman Miscellaneous Crew, Captain Kidd
11 names.