40 names.

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1. John Howard John Howard Actor, The Philadelphia Story American actor John Howard was usually a leading man in smaller-budgeted films and a second lead in larger pictures. He attended what is now Case Western Reserve University, where he was Phi Beta Kappa, and where he discovered a love for the theatre. He made his film debut in 1934 under his real name...
2. Charles M. Schulz Charles M. Schulz Writer, The Peanuts Movie
3. Connie Marshall Connie Marshall Actress, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House Connie Marshall entered our hearts in the picture, Sunday Dinner for a Soldier, as "Mary Osborne". Her first words spoken were "Tessa, here come the bombers", to her sister, played by Anne Baxter. One would have thought this little 11-year-old girl had been acting all her short life. After her previous years appearing in newspapers and magazine as a model...
4. Maurice Marsac Maurice Marsac Actor, The Big Red One
5. Irene Dailey Irene Dailey Actress, Another World A well-rounded and well-respected actress of the stage, particularly on Broadway and London's West End, actress Irene Dailey was better known, however, as the annoyingly neurotic patrician Liz Matthews on daytime's Another World, a role that made her a household face, if not quite a name. The daughter of Daniel James (manager of the Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan) and Helen (Ryan) Dailey...
6. Claramae Turner Claramae Turner Actress, Carousel
7. Richard Kuss Richard Kuss Actor, The Deer Hunter
8. Jodean Lawrence Jodean Lawrence Actress, The Young and the Restless
9. Robert J. Mauch Robert J. Mauch Actor, The Prince and the Pauper 1930's US child actor who usually appeared on screen with his twin, Billy Mauch.
10. Samuel A. Peeples Samuel A. Peeples Writer, The Legend of Custer Sam Peeples began his writing career with Western novels but later became a television script writer and series creator. His western novels include The Hanging Hills 1953); Johnny Sundance 1953); Desert Showdown (1954); The Marshal Of Medicine Bend (1954); The Lobo Horseman (1955); The Call of the Gun (1955); The Man from Andersonville (1956); Terror At Tres Alamos (1956); and Doc Colt (1957)...
11. W. Mark Felt W. Mark Felt Self, The O'Reilly Factor Mark Felt grew up in a modest Idaho home. He graduated from the University of Idaho and attended George Washington University Law School. Felt joined the FBI in 1942 and worked his way up to become assistant director to J. Edgar Hoover in 1965, succeeding to the No. 2 position of Associate Director upon Hoover's death...
12. Dr. Toad Dr. Toad Actor, Mrs. Doubtfire
13. Eva Ralf Eva Ralf Actress, The Man Behind the Badge
14. Orville Caldwell Orville Caldwell Actor, The Patsy
15. Byron Paul Byron Paul Producer, The New Dick Van Dyke Show
16. Michael Kraike Michael Kraike Producer, The Deputy
17. Clem Beauchamp Clem Beauchamp Production Manager, High Noon
18. Don Ralke Don Ralke Music Department, Snoopy Come Home
19. Leroy Aarons Leroy Aarons Writer, Prayers for Bobby
20. Lucia Eames Lucia Eames Producer, 901: After 45 Years of Working
21. Robert Greygrass Robert Greygrass Actor, The Good Neighbor Policy
22. Luther Burbank Luther Burbank Self, Industries of the South and West
23. Hal Hudson Hal Hudson Producer, Zane Grey Theater
24. Margaret St. Clair Margaret St. Clair Writer, Night Gallery
25. Bob St. Clair Bob St. Clair Actor, Any Given Sunday
26. Vern Louden Vern Louden Actor, Crusader Rabbit
27. Keith P. Calden Keith P. Calden
28. Nicholas King Nicholas King Actor, Joy Ride
29. Alice Stombs Alice Stombs Actress, The Son of Kong
30. Carroll Pratt Carroll Pratt Sound Department, Who's the Boss?
31. Roxy Roth Roxy Roth Actor, A Song to Remember
32. John S. Roberts John S. Roberts Actor, The Perils of Pauline
33. Robert Funk Robert Funk Self, Peter Jennings Reporting: The Search for Jesus
34. Sam A. Scribner Sam A. Scribner Writer, Delta Heat
35. Charles McElmurry Charles McElmurry Art Department, A Boy Named Charlie Brown
36. Betty Welsh Betty Welsh Actress, Circus Daze
37. Bob Veith Bob Veith Self, 1965 Indianapolis 500
38. Shirley Althouse Shirley Althouse Makeup Department, It Happened at the World's Fair
39. Eugene Barragy Eugene Barragy Camera and Electrical Department, Psycho
40. Mahasti Badi'i Mahasti Badi'i Director, Hasanak
40 names.