9 names.

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1. Eric Linden Eric Linden Actor, Gone with the Wind Fair-haired, youthfully handsome Swedish-American actor Eric Linden, who enjoyed pre-Code, Depression-era Hollywood stardom in boyish leads, was discovered for films by director Wesley Ruggles when Ruggles cast the New York-based actor in a lead role in the film Are These Our Children. Born in New York City...
2. Jack Raine Jack Raine Actor, Julius Caesar
3. Edward H. Griffith Edward H. Griffith Director, The Sky's the Limit Born in Virginia and educated in Europe, Edward H. Griffith started out as a newspaper reporter, then switched to magazine writing. He took to the Broadway stage, and entered films as an actor/writer for the Edison Co. in 1915. He soon began directing two-reelers, graduating to features in 1917. Though the majority of his output was routine...
4. America Chedister America Chedister Actress, Dawn of the East
5. Rose Coghlan Rose Coghlan Actress, Hot Saturday
6. Morris Strassberg Morris Strassberg Actor, The Power of Life
7. Clarence Upson Young Clarence Upson Young Writer, Riding the California Trail
8. Richard Harlan Richard Harlan Director, El susto que Perez se llevo Richard Harlan was born in Lima, Peru, where his father was an attaché at the American Embassy in Lima. At the age of three he was taken to Havana, Cuba and received part of his education at the La Salle School in that city. At 15 attended the Clason Point Military Academy in New York City and when he was 17 studied medicine at Pennsylvania University for three years...
9. Leicester Wagner Leicester Wagner Actor, The Artist's Sons Leicester Wagner was a Los Angeles newspaperman who occasionally took bit parts in silent films. He was a press agent during the silent era and later in the 1930s for 20th Century-Fox. He was the son of silent film director and magazine publisher Rob Wagner. He was the cousin of actor Max Wagner, cameraman Blake Wagner and screenwriter Jack Wagner...
9 names.