18 names.

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1. J. Pat O'Malley J. Pat O'Malley Actor, 101 Dalmatians J. Pat had a warm smile, twinkling eyes, and an Irish name. He was born in Burnley, England, and began his acting career in British musical halls. J. Pat came to the USA at the outbreak of World War II, and his film debut was Lassie Come Home. He also worked on the Broadway stage during the 1940s and 1950s...
2. Nan Leslie Nan Leslie Actress, The Californians
3. David Holt David Holt Actor, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Actor, songwriter ("What Every Girl Should Know"), author and publisher, David Holt was educated at Long's Professional School and the Westlake College of Music in Hollywood. He was a child actor on the stage and in early films, and composed special material. Later he became the general manager and co-owner of a music-publishing company...
4. Billy May Billy May Music Department, Airplane! Distinguished multiple Grammy-winning trumpeter, arranger, conductor and songwriter whose instantly-recognizable style remains a longtime trademark. The son of a roofer and a youthful asthmatic, his physician advised therapy through playing the tuba. In his school band, he developed an appreciation of the other instruments and became a self-taught trumpeter and trombonist...
5. Chef Milani Chef Milani Actor, The Seventh Victim Joseph Milani was a well-known radio and television personality in Los Angeles from the 1930s to the 1950s. Among his shows were "Chef Milani" on KFWB, on which his announcer was Johnny Olson; and the "Chef Milani Show" on KCOP-TV. During World War II, he was in charge of food at the Hollywood Canteen, the celebrity-run club for servicemen.
6. Nancy Drexel Nancy Drexel Actress, Riley the Cop
7. Bill Berg Bill Berg Writer, Donald in Mathmagic Land Bill Berg was born in Tacoma, Washington. He began his profession by studying at Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles before joining Disney's animation department in 1938 as an apprentice. After working his way up to assistant animator, he moved to the story department in 1943 and began writing and sketching Donald Duck cartoon shorts...
8. Anne Snyder Anne Snyder Writer, The Hollywood Squares
9. Marion Feducha Marion Feducha Actor, Partners of the Tide
10. Adeline Craig Adeline Craig Actress, Annie Oakley
11. Dick Kleiner Dick Kleiner Actor, The Secret of NIMH
12. Malvina Polo Malvina Polo Actress, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate
13. Robert Patrick Robert Patrick Producer, From Nashville with Music
14. J. Paul Popkin J. Paul Popkin Production Manager, Perry Mason
15. Richard Kleiner Richard Kleiner Actor, Linda Lovelace for President
16. Rusty Hanson Rusty Hanson Stunts, Titanic
17. Robert Beaulieu Robert Beaulieu Miscellaneous Crew, Le Samouraï
18. Joanne Lybrook Joanne Lybrook Actress, Every Girl Should Be Married
18 names.