The Million Pound Note (1954) Starring Gregory Peck - Full Movie
As part of a bet, two aristocrats offer a penniless American (Gregory Peck) a loan, without telling him that the amount is £1,000,000 in the form of a single banknote. The Million Pound Note (1954) S...
Uncovered: How Frank Sheeran killed Jimmy Hoffa
It all started, and ended, on this day 41 years ago.
Super Bowl XVII starter Woodley's life drifted after football
He was a loner and a drinker, and although he did his job on the football field, Dolphins quarterback David Woodley never could escape his demons. As ESPN.com's Elizabeth Merrill writes, Woodley hated...
Frank Sheeran: Mafia hitman who killed Jimmy Hoffa was my father
Robert de Niro is about to bring the story of Frank Sheeran - The Irishman - to the big screen. But his daughter reveals how he kept his grisly past from his family.
Tan Qilong
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John Walter Baxter
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Ruby Braff
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Uncovered: How Frank Sheeran killed Jimmy Hoffa
It all started, and ended, on this day 41 years ago.
Nikola Dekleva
Dr. Nikola Dekleva (19 December 1926, Leskovac – 31 December 2003, Dobrota near Kotor) was a Serbian surgeon, professor of medicine, creator of hiperbaric medicine in Serbia, and a recognized expert i...
Don Bunce
Don Bunce (January 17, 1949 – April 15, 2003) was an American football quarterback and orthopedic surgeon.
Bunce was a graduate of Woodside High School, then attended Stanford University, wh...
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Super Bowl XVII starter Woodley's life drifted after football
He was a loner and a drinker, and although he did his job on the football field, Dolphins quarterback David Woodley never could escape his demons. As ESPN.com's Elizabeth Merrill writes, Woodley hated...
Hugo Sofovich
Hugo Alberto Sofovich (December 18, 1939 – January 12, 2003) was an Argentine film director and screenwriter.Although predominantly a screenwriter, Sofovich directed 15 films and script write over 20 ...
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J. Searcy Bracewell, Jr.
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Harry Kinzy
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Kinzy was born in Hallsville, Texas and played college baseba...
Dick Cusack
Richard John "Dick" Cusack (August 29, 1925 – June 2, 2003) was an American actor and filmmaker.
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P. Madhavan
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Madhavan starte...
Marshall Joseph Caifano
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R. K. Sinha
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Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan
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Itchiku Kubota
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Subrata Guha
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Pete Sivess
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Michael Kijana Wamalwa
Michael Kijana Wamalwa (25 November 1944 – 23 August 2003) was a Kenyan politician and, at the time of his death, Kenya's Vice-President.
Michael Christopher Wamalwa Kijana was born in Sosio, a vi...
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Azim Tyabji
Azim Tyabji was a Muslim scholar and reformer.He was the son of Hussein Tyabji, and grandson of Justice Badruddin Tyabji, who was one of the founders and presidents of the Indian National Congress and...
Stu Hart
Stewart Edward "Stu" Hart, CM (May 3, 1915 – October 16, 2003) was a Canadian amateur wrestler, professional wrestler, promoter and trainer. Hart founded Stampede Wrestling, a promotion based in Calga...
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Guido Crepax
Guido Crepax (15 July 1933 – 31 July 2003) was an Italian comics artist. He is most famous for his character Valentina, created in 1965 and very representative of the spirit of the 1960s. The Va...
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Catalino Macaraig, Jr.
Catalino Tiacho Macaraig, Jr. (November 5, 1927 - November 16, 2003) capped three decades of a life of public service and integrity as the longest-serving (from September 17, 1987 to December 14, 1990...
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Charlie Tolar
Charlie Tolar (September 5, 1937 – April 28, 2003) was an early American Football League (AFL) star. Tolar attended Northwestern State University of Louisiana. At Northwestern, Tolar was twice Gulf...