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Published Date: 9/17/2015
Red Skelton was one of the top entertainers of the 20th century, a comic with a career that spanned 70 years. He got his start in vaudeville, where he honed his sketch comedy skills with routines like the now-famous "Doughnut Dunkers." He brought those skills to...
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Published Date: 9/6/2015
Luciano Pavarotti was one of the most successful tenors in the history of opera, enjoying popularity in mainstream music and a level of notoriety outside of the opera hall. His recordings remain popular thanks to his incredible vocal range and unparalleled tones. As a...
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Published Date: 9/3/2015
Eileen Brennan won over audiences as Doreen Lewis in "Private Benjamin." She picked up an Oscar nomination for the part, then won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for playing her again on the television adaptation, which is a rare, if not unique, achievement for an actor. We...
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Published Date: 9/3/2015
Michael Clarke Duncan dreamed of acting from an early age but had to defer his plans in order to support his family and ailing mother. Before his screen debut, the future Oscar and Golden Globe nominee worked as a ditch digger and bouncer, capitalizing on his larger...
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Published Date: 9/2/2015
Bob Denver was an icon of 1960s television, thanks to his role as hapless sailor Gilligan on the classic sitcom "Gilligan's Island." Add that to a role as beatnik Maynard G. Krebs on another '60s favorite, "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," and it's clear that Denver...
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Published Date: 8/25/2015
Leonard Bernstein was one of the most famous figures in classical music of the 20th century, directing the New York Philharmonic and conducting a series of acclaimed "Young People's Concerts" for television. He delighted generations of Broadway fans and moviegoers with...
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