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James Cagney 

- early 1930s

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This is "certainly” an image of The Three Stooges 

c. mid 1930s 

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Bob Hope & James Garner 

- 1961

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Eva Marie Saint & Cary Grant in North by Northwest 

- July 1959

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Charlie Chaplin in the classic comedy Shoulder Arms 

- 1918 

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M*A*S*H TV show cast 

- 1972 

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Blanche Shirley, stage actress

- 1902 

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Ozzie and Harriet Nelson

- 1964

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Jackie Gleason as Minnesota Fats in The Hustler

- 1961

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Sam Elliott’s high school senior yearbook photo 

- 1962

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Bob Denver as Gilligan from the TV show Gilligan's Island

- 1966

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British-American entertainer Cissy Fitzgerald 

- 1895

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Ethel Barrymore playing piano 

- 1903

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Agnes Moorehead, Dick York & Elizabeth Montgomery in Bewitched 

- 1964

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Orson Welles with his first wife Virginia Nicolson Welles and their daughter Christopher Marlowe Welles 

- 1938

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American actress Olive Thomas issues a formal command to her canine friend while lounging on her sofa 

- 1915

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American actress Ethel Barrymore was born on August 15th, 1879 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

She began acting at sixteen and continued into her late seventies.

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American actress Maude Fealy

- 1905

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Greta Garbo and film director Mauritz Stiller

- 8/17/1925

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Judy Garland 

- 1940s

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Photo of Randolph Scott and Carole Lombard for the classic film Supernatural

- 1933

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Penny Singleton and Rita Hayworth for the classic film Blondie on a Budget 

- 1940

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Fred MacMurray, Carole Lombard & John Barrymore in the classic comedy film True Confession 

- 1937

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Orson Welles was born on May 6th, 1915 in
Kenosha, Wisconsin.

https://youtu.be/CqPWO_s8xMA

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“One of these days...”

Jackie Gleason, Art Carney, and Audrey Meadows in The Honeymooners

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Charlie Chaplin 

c. 1912 

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On August 25th, 1939 The Wizard of Oz opened in movie theaters across the United States. 

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Clark Gable was born on February 1st, 1901 in Cadiz, Ohio.

Image: Clark Gable having dinner in Rome, 1959
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"Phil?”

Bill Murray and Stephen Tobolowsky in the movie Groundhog Day

- 1993

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Mary Pickford 

c. 1914 

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Jimmy Stewart in his uniform 

- 1942

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Natalie Wood

- 1958

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American actress Clara Bow holding a book 

- 1930s

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President Ronald Reagan and Clint Eastwood

- 1987

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Shirley Temple as an adult holding dolls that resemble her as a little girl 

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On January 23rd, 1975 the TV series Barney Miller premiered on network television 

Image: Hal Linden as Barney Miller and Abe Vigoda as Phil Fish in January, 1975 via Wikimedia Commons, public domain
Robert Weston Smith "Wolfman Jack” was born on January 21st, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York.

Image: Smith in 1977 via Wikimedia Commons, public domain
President Richard Nixon and Jackie Gleason in a golf cart surrounded by the press 

- 1973

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Carole Lombard in the film “To Be or Not To Be” which was released about a month after she was killed in a plane crash on January 16th, 1942.
She was only 33.

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Cary Grant & Ingrid Bergman in Notorious, 1946

Cary Grant was born on January 18th, 1904.
In 1942, he became an American citizen.

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Larry, Moe & Curly sitting on a cannon holding projectiles 

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Elizabeth Montgomery

- 1967

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American actress and entertainer Bebe Daniels was born on January 14th, 1901 in Dallas, Texas.

She appeared in over two hundred films during her career.

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Karen Carlson & Robert Redford in The Candidate 

- 1972 

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Michael Landon, Bonanza 

- 1963

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Ginger Rogers 

- 1937

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American entertainer and philanthropist Danny Thomas was born on January 6th, 1912 in Deerfield, Michigan.

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On January 5th, 1961 Mister Ed aired for the first time on television.

Mister Ed had a stunt double named Pumpkin.

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Lloyd Bridges in The Loner 

- 1965 

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Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis 

c. 1950 

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Dick Clark around the time he had his own TV program, The Dick Clark Show on ABC

c. 1959

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In memory of Dawn Wells 

1938-2020

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Burt Lancaster as Wyatt Earp and Kirk Douglas as Doc Holliday in the classic American western film Gunfight at the O.K. Corral 

- 1957 

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Mary Tyler Moore & Dick Van Dyke 

- 1961

On December 29th, 1936 Mary Tyler Moore was born in New York City.

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The boy on the right is Noah Beery Jr. about 52 years before he starred as Rocky Rockford on the TV series, The Rockford Files. 

The man on the left is his father, Noah Beery Sr.

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Lilian Gish in 1973

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Paul Newman

c. 1958

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Formal Engagement photograph of Ronald Reagan and Nancy Davis

- 1952

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WWII Veteran Kirk Douglas was born on December 9th, 1916 in Amsterdam, New York.

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American actress Margaret Sullavan 

- 1934

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American celebrity Danny Kaye with his wife Sylvia who was a producer and songwriter. 

- December 1945

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Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe during the making of The Misfits in 1960

It was Clark’s final movie (he passed away in November 1960) 
Marilyn only lived a little more than a year after the film’s 1961 release.

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Jimmy Stewart in the 1930s

As a child he built model airplanes and yearned of becoming a pilot 

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George McFarland as Spanky

- late 1930s

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American actress Lillian Gish in 1930

She lived until she was 99 in the early 1990s

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James Dean 

- 1955

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Henry Winkler as Fonzie 

- 1977

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A photograph of American actor and WWII Veteran Burgess Meredith in Key West, Florida in 1974.

Burgess Meredith was born on November 16th, 1907 in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Mary Pickford leans toward the ear of newspaper editor Hope Ridings at a women’s luncheon in Washington D.C. 

- November 15th, 1938

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Photo of Gary Busey, Mark Hamill and Jack Elam from the TV show, The Texas Wheelers in 1974

WWII U.S. Navy Veteran Jack Elam, right, was born on November 13th, 1920 in Miami, Arizona.

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Grace Kelly was born on November 12th, 1929 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

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Margaret "Peggy” Mitchell, the author of Gone with The Wind was born on November 8th, 1900 in Atlanta, Georgia.

While walking to a movie theater with her husband, who was a WWI Veteran, Margaret was struck by a drunk driver and died less than a week later. She was only 48 years old.

Image: Margaret Mitchell holding a copy of her Pulitzer Prize winning novel "Gone With The Wind” in 1938 via Alamy
Roy Rogers was born on November 5th, 1911 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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M*A*S*H TV show cast 

- 1977

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John Carradine as Abraham Lincoln and Jimmy Stewart in the classic film Of Human Hearts 

- 1938 

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Johnny Carson with Phil Donahue in 1970

On December 21st, 1935 Phil Donahue was born in Cleveland, Ohio.
Richard Dawson and Ulla Stromstedt in Hogan's Heroes

 - 1968

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Bob Hope sitting with the troops at Wonsan, Korea

- 1950

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Juliet Prowse & Elvis Presley in G.I. Blues, 1960

Elvis was born on January 8th, 1935 in Tupelo, Mississippi.

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Yvonne De Carlo dancing 

- 1956

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Jack Webb as Joe Friday on the TV program Dragnet 

- 1957

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Carole Lombard and Shirley Temple from the film Now And Forever 

- 1934

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Bing Crosby 

- 1932

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Rosemary Clooney, Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis

- 1952

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Bob Hope with dog

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Gregory Peck during a radio production in the 1940s

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A portrait of Janet Gaynor about 2 years before she won the very first Academy Award for Best Actress in 1929.

Janet Gaynor was born on October 6th, 1906 in Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Robert Redford and Paul Newman in the American western film “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" 

- 1969

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Pickford and Fairbanks

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Humphrey Bogart when he was a little boy 

c. 1900

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Joan Collins and Gregory Peck in the 1958 western - The Bravados 

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Gloria Grahame 

- 1940s

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Ha-cha-cha-cha!

Jimmy Durante in 1964

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Ray Walston as Uncle Martin from My Favorite Martian

- 1963

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In memory of Olivia de Havilland

July 1st, 1916 – July 25th, 2020

Image: Olivia de Havilland photo for the movie Gone with the Wind, 1939 via Wikimedia Commons, public domain
Lee Majors as Heath & guest star Katharine Ross as Maria from the TV show Big Valley in the episode titled "Winner Lose All”

- 1965

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Carroll O'Connor who played the role of Archie Bunker in the TV series All in the Family was born on August 2nd, 1924 in Manhattan, NY.

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Publicity photo of Ingrid Bergman for the classic movie Gaslight 

- 1944

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Shirley Temple holding the little hand of her daughter Linda Susan

- 1948

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David Bruce, Ronald Reagan, Errol Flynn & William Lundigan in Santa Fe Trail 

- 1940

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