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Old 03-17-2009, 12:40 AM   #61
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Dick Sargent was offered the role of Darrin Stephens first, but was under contract elsewhere, so Dick York got the part.

And then Dick Sargent eventually replaced him
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Otis Campbell, the town drunk on the Andy Griffith Show actually did have a job.

He was a glue dipper at the furniture factory.
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Herbert Hoover was the first president born west of the Mississippi River. He was born in Iowa.
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Beethoven dipped his head in cold water before he composed
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The Rolling Stones made their U.S. TV debut on a show called The Clay Cole Show. It was broadcast in the New York, New Jersey, Conneticiut area.
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Real-life murderer Ed Gein was the inspiration for three fictional murderers in the horror genre:

Norman Bates from Psycho - The part about him being devoted to his deceased mother and keeping everything of hers in the same condition. The cross-dressing as well.

Leatherface of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre - Leatherface was a grave robber, cannibal, cross-dresser, and made things out of human body parts like Gein did. Leatherface also wore a mask made out of human skin.

Buffalo Bill (Jame Gumb) from The Silence of the Lambs - The idea of wanting to be the opposite sex and as a result Buffalo Bill was making a full human skin suit out of women. Gein wore human skin also.
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Bobby Darin was the first white artist to be signed to Atlantic Records.
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The most successful selling album is Michael Jackson's Thriller.
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860-524-8123 gives you the local time and temp here in CT. I'm the only one who seems to know this!
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Viggo Mortensen's A History of Violence (2005) was the last major motion picture to be released on VHS.
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In your lifetime, you'll shed over 40 pounds of skin.

Gross!
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The Beach Boys and Guns N Roses have both each recorded a song written by Charles Manson.
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