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Moonlighting: "The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice" is discussed by Archive of American Television interviewees including Glenn Gordon Caron and Gerald Perry Finnerman.

Katherine Hepburn

Katharine Hepburn (Katharine Houghton Hepburn ) Born May 1907 Died June 2003 of natural causes at age

Abdelhafid Metalsi

Abdelhafid Metalsi

gary sinise | Gary Sinise net worth! – How rich is Gary Sinise? 2015

And why Gary Sinise net worth is so massive? Gary Sinise net worth is definitely at the very top level among other celebrities, yet why?

Robert Redford  Barbra Streisand in The Way We Were.Director: Sydney Pollack, 1973.

My favorite movie of all time! Katie Morosky and Hubbell Gardiner: played by Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford in the 1973 film "The Way We Were" (Directed by Sydney Pollack)

...teach the world to share and love.  Mother Theresa was incredible!

Mother Teresa, yet another beautiful lady who shone from the inside to share her uniqueness with others.

Grace Kelly (Source: courthosking, via coolchicstyletodressitalian)

Our list of style icon& continue with the real-life princess Grace Kelly. Although she died of a car crash in fashion& love affair with her endures as her style is recreated across the glob.

Lucy❤️

Lucille Ball Famous Red Head Female Comedian Series

Lucille Ball: The radio and motion-picture actress Lucille Ball was a longtime comedy star of American television, best remembered for her classic television comedy series 'I Love Lucy'.

#BettyWhite hashtag on Twitter

#BettyWhite hashtag on Twitter

John Wayne

John Wayne

Art Linkletter...abandoned at a few weeks old, raised by a pastor and his wife (the Linkletters), entertained millions on radio and TV interviewing kids (the Party House and Kids Say the Darndest Things), was married more than 74 years, lived to be almost 98 (his wife died the following year at 95), loved life and had a beautiful way with people! I love that man of joy!

abandoned at a few weeks old, raised by a pastor & his wife, entertained millions on radio & TV interviewing kids (Kids Say the Darndest Things), was married more than 74 years, lived to be almost 98

"The Ed Sullivan Show" originally ran on CBS from Sunday June 20, 1948 to Sunday…

Remember Topo Gigio the mouse on the Ed Sullivan Show? Every Sunday night.I said goodnight to Topo Gigio the mouse EVERY sunday night and DREADED having to have to go back to school the next day!

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