30 names.

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1. Tab Thacker Tab Thacker Actor, Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach
2. Captain Kidd Brewer Jr. Captain Kidd Brewer Jr. Actor, The Abyss
3. Ritch Brinkley Ritch Brinkley Actor, Breakdown
4. Kate Smith Kate Smith Self, The Kate Smith Evening Hour She was dubbed "The Songbird of the South" and would be forever etched in the hearts and minds of millions of Americans as a true American symbol of World War II, especially after giving voice to Irving Berlin's classic song "God Bless America." Her inspiring rendition went on to sell millions of war bonds and even helped a hockey team in the 1970s win the Stanley Cup...
5. David Lowell Rich David Lowell Rich Director, The Concorde... Airport '79 Under-rated producer and director of the 1960s and 1970s. In the 1960s he directed episodes of several cult TV shows including one episode of The Twilight Zone. In the 1970s he got caught up in the disaster movie craze by putting out atleast five disaster films, four for TV and one feature (The Concorde...
6. Thomas Dixon Jr. Thomas Dixon Jr. Writer, The Birth of a Nation
7. James Cole James Cole Actor, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
8. Virginia Verrill Virginia Verrill Actress, Styles and Smiles The American vocalist and actress Virginia Verrill is remembered chiefly for her singing "That Old Feeling" in the musical Vogues of 1938. From a musical family, Virginia entered the stage in her mother's vaudeville act as a toddler. By the age of three, she performed with the orchestra of Paul Whiteman...
9. William Byrd Wilkins William Byrd Wilkins Actor, Running Scared
10. Tom Regan Tom Regan Director, We Are All Noah Tom Regan is a moral philosopher and pioneer animal-rights activist whose novel The Case For Animal Rights helped pave the way for the creation of animal protection laws. Armed with a doctorate in philosophy and passion for protecting animals, Regan helped form the animal rights and animal liberation movements of the 1960s...
11. Paul Nickell Paul Nickell Director, Studio One in Hollywood
12. Jesse Helms Jesse Helms Self, Dear Jesse
13. Madelyn Clare Madelyn Clare Actress, If Women Only Knew
14. Chet Hansen Chet Hansen Self, Biography
15. Laura Ackerson Laura Ackerson Self, Barchords
16. Ann Preston Bridgers Ann Preston Bridgers Writer, Coquette
17. Frank Slingland Frank Slingland Director, David Brinkley's Journal
18. Josephus Daniels Josephus Daniels Self, Victory
19. Lee Hessel Lee Hessel Miscellaneous Crew, The Crazies
20. Barbara Lea Barbara Lea Actress, Rebellion in Cuba
21. Dusty Cooke Dusty Cooke Self, 1951 MLB All-Star Game
22. Dick Morefield Dick Morefield Self, Escape from Iran: The Inside Story
23. Billy Hayes Billy Hayes Actor, Batter Up!
24. Henry J. Opperman Henry J. Opperman Producer, Captain Video and His Video Rangers A producer and director of program development for the pioneer DuMont Television Network, which he joined right after his World War II Army military service. He served as liaison between the network and several advertising agencies. When DuMont ceased all operations in 1956, he worked in television advertising...
25. Shawn Lee Shawn Lee Self, Super Bowl XXIX
26. Mark Binker Mark Binker Self, WRAL on the Record
27. Lorenzo Charles Lorenzo Charles Self, ESPN 25: Who's #1?
28. Ned Martin Ned Martin Self, 1975 World Series When Ned Martin was named to the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame in 2000, he was treated to thunderous applause and a standing ovation at the awards ceremony in Boston. It was a moment that crystallized everything he had meant to people all across New England in the 32 years he had broadcast Red Sox baseball...
29. Emma Pullen Emma Pullen Writer, And the Children Shall Lead
30. Newell Tarrant Newell Tarrant Actor, Death House
30 names.