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Published Date: 6/6/2014
Jack Haley became famous for playing an iconic character in an equally iconic movie – the Tin Woodman of The Wizard of Oz. We’re remembering his life today with a stroll down the Yellow Brick Road as we look at pictures from The Wizard of Oz...
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Published Date: 5/10/2014
Joan Crawford was many things in her 73 years. She began her career as a traveling dancer before becoming a Broadway chorus girl. She was one of the most popular and highest-paid actresses in America during the 1930s, but a series of flops at the end of the decade...
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Published Date: 4/11/2014
For six decades, segregation kept some of baseball's greatest athletes from playing in the major leagues – until April 15, 1947, when former Negro League player Jackie Robinson made his debut as a Brooklyn Dodger. We a look back at some of the stars of the Negro...
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Published Date: 4/2/2014
Betty Furness got her start in film in the 1930s, but she found fame as a spokeswoman for Westinghouse products. She parlayed her popularity into a regular spot as a panelist on "What's My Line?" and her own brief "Adventures in Mystery" program in 1951. A daytime...
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Published Date: 3/31/2014
Track star Jesse Owens delighted the free world by winning four gold medals at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany. In memory of Owens, who died March 31, 1980, we present a photo celebration of his life and legacy.
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Published Date: 3/6/2014
William Powell starred in dozens of films during Hollywood's Golden Age, playing some of the most sophisticated and debonair heroes of the silver screen in the 1930s and beyond...
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