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Old 03-22-2009, 02:29 PM   #91
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Yeah, I always thought she looked just nerdy, not really older. Then I found out she was 29 when the show first started . So actually, Valerie getting the part of Brenda wouldn't have been that much of a biggie considering she was only one year older then "Onnnnnnndrea" .

Gabrielle had very nerdy look. She is beautiful though. She didn't look much older than Tori, Shannen or Jennie. I though Ian Zering and Luke Perry looked a little old to be playing teenagers.
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Both Ryan O'Neal and Barbara Parkins did guest spots on season 5 of Leave It To Beaver. They would later work together in Peyton Place
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Today (22nd March) is 46 years to the day that the Bee Gees released their first single. They're British (all born on the Isle of Man before moving to Manchester where younger brother Andy was born in 1958) but emigrated to Australia in August 1958, returning to England at the beginning of 1967.

The Bee Gees signed their very first record deal in Australia and their first single, The Three Kisses of Love, was released on 22nd March 1963. At the time Barry was 16 and Robin and Maurice were 13.
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the author of the book MASH was really a surgeon in a MASH unit during the korean war. He got the idea for the book when he was having dinner one night with another doctor and nurse who served with him, met and got married after the war.
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the author of the book MASH was really a surgeon in a MASH unit during the korean war. He got the idea for the book when he was having dinner one night with another doctor and nurse who served with him, met and got married after the war.

He also hated the M*A*S*H TV Show, how I'll never know!
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Both George C. Scott and Marlon Brando are the only two actors to refuse an Academy Award.
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Confederate President Jefferson Davis was the Secretary of War under president Franklin Pierce and his father in law was another president Zachary Taylor.
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Paul McCartney's actual first name is James. Paul is his middle name.
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Smokey Robinson and fellow Miracle Bobby Rogers were born on the same day in February 1940, and in the same hospital in Detroit.
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There are 3 classifications of burns. a) First degree burn only involves the outer layer of skin. b) Second degree burn involves several layers of the skin tha become blistered. c) Third degree burn is all layers of the skin,underlying tissue and organs. Nerves are damaged and sometimes destoyed.
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Hummingbirds are so small that one of their predators is an insect, the praying mantis.
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Heather Locklear is mixed. She has native american/african american in her.
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Johm Wayne only won 1 oscar in his entire career-in 1969; as best actor, for the movie "TRUE GRIT". (good movie)
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that's right, George C. Scott for the movie "PATTON" in 1970 and Marlon Brando for "THE GODFATHER" in 1971.
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Jack Lord was the first choice to play Captain Kirk on Star Trek

George Lindsey and Martin Landau both turned down the role of Spock

When Martin Landau left Mission Impossible, He was replaced by Leonard Nimoy. The guest star on Nimoy's first episode was William Shatner.
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