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Published Date: 10/4/2015
Charlton Heston won an Oscar for his role in Ben-Hur and is well-known for his political activism, which spanned six decades and took him from one end of the spectrum to the other. Often overlooked is his military service in World War II as a member of the U.S. Army...
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Published Date: 10/4/2015
Janis Joplin's big voice catapulted her to stardom in the 1960s with electrifying songs including "Piece of My Heart," "Me and Bobby McGee" and "Ball 'n' Chain." She was just 27 when she died after a short but influential career. We remember Joplin's life today as well...
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Published Date: 10/3/2015
Blues icon Stevie Ray Vaughan is one of the most influential guitar players in music history, despite a mainstream music career lasting just seven years in the 1980s. Vaughan dropped out of high school to pursue the blues, moving to Austin, Texas, where he began...
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Published Date: 10/3/2015
Janet Leigh let out a scream like no other, and we'll never forget the way she deployed it in the Alfred Hitchcock classic "Psycho." Her three-minute shower scene is one of the most famous scenes in cinema history. We remember Leigh's life today as well as the lives of...
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Published Date: 10/2/2015
Julius Henry "Groucho" Marx and his brothers were comedy superstars, starting out performing in vaudeville shows before starring in classic films like "Duck Soup," "Animal Crackers" and "A Night at the Opera." The Marx Brothers appeared in over a dozen films together,...
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Published Date: 10/2/2015
Rock Hudson was one of the most popular leading men of the 1950s and '60s, especially beloved for his roles in romantic comedies opposite Doris Day and other well-known leading ladies. But he was more than a pretty face: Hudson also shone in dramatic films including...
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