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Old 03-27-2005, 04:09 PM   #431
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Dead or alive?
Quite deceased.
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Bob Hope?
Nope...more universally known, at least in North America.
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No one seems to have any idea of this one Toirtis. I'm stuck once again.
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Fred McFeely Rogers....'Mr. Rogers'.

OK, now you try to stump me.
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Well, you could have mentioned: "It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood...."

"I was born in 1927. I rose to immeasurable stardom by hosting a children's television show in the 1960's. I also "starred" in another children's television show but no one knew who I was as I was known as "Clarabell" the clown."

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I was born in Texas, 1868. My mother purchased a piano when I was 4 and I showed extraordinary musical talent at an early age. I experimented with several forms of music, but eventually my name became synonymous with a turn-of-the-century syncopated rythym. I exhibited my music in Chicago, 1893 and sold the rights to my most famous song in 1899 for 1¬Ę per copy sold. Until my death in 1917, I earned a little over $300 per year royalties from this song.

I was never considered seriously as a composer until 56 years after my death in 1973 when one of my songs used in a popular movie rekindled an interest in the rythym I'd made famous.
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