has also left out:
ore: A "crude" form of "I". Usually found in colloquial male speech.
In more formal speech, prepositions like kochira (this direction), sochira (that direction), achira (that direction over there) is used for this person, that person, and that person over there respectively.
A plainer form of this usage is koitsu, soitsu, aitsu. Note: this usage is extremely impolite! You are neither referring to the person by name, pronoun, or title.
A more literary form of "I" is ware which is pluralised irregularly with ware-ware. Similar to this is "waga" which is sometimes written with the same kanji. You may see it in keigo, e.g. waga sha, our company.
Also, the pluralising particle "ra" is also found commonly in colloquial speech, e.g. bokura, orera.
Another word for kare is kareshi, slightly more formal but similar in meaning.
With ano hito, ano kata is often heard. Kata is substituted as a respectful form (sonkeigo) of hito. E.g. ano kata wa, go-shoukai shite moraimasen ka.
After reading this for the third time, I realise that there are many, many other pronouns. A partial list follows:
Words for "I"
Asshi - contraction of watashi
atai - as above
chin - Used only by the Emperor!
sessha - used by samurai
Words for "you"
These are literary
onushi - samurai speech
kisama - This is sometimes rude, but soldiers refer to each other as kisama, and it's found in poems too
temae - also used for I