That list looks a little short.
Essentially, any camera body with a film to flange distance less than the screw-mount film-to-flange distance can accept the screw-mount lenses with the proper adapter. Most of these combinations have had an adapter made at some time or another.

Generally, the canon FD and EOS mounts have the shortest flange, so there are adapters available for many different lenses.

However one consideration is that any non-m42 camera will only be able to meter with these lenses in stopped-down mode. So if you will only be shooting wide-open, you will be fine. But if you want to stop-down the lens it will be inconvenient.

Somewhere there is a good website that lists the different film-to-flange measurements of most camera systems.