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  1. › wiki › Bette_KaneBette Kane - Wikipedia

    Mary Elizabeth Kane, better known as Bette Kane, is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The character first appeared in the 1960s as "Betty Kane", the Bat-Girl. Her name was later modified to "Bette Kane", and she assumed the role of Flamebird.

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    Elizabeth Kane, also known as Alice and Red Alice, is a fictional character created by Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams III. Generally a supervillain and a one-time antihero, she first appeared in August 2009 in the comic book Detective Comics, published by DC Comics. Her relationship with her twin sister Kate Kane defines much of Batwoman's emotional life. During The New 52, it is established that Kate and Beth are cousins of Bruce Wayne, the alter-ego of the superhero Batman, through his mother Ma

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  4. He made his film debut in Elia Kazan 's Splendor in the Grass (1961), opposite Natalie Wood. The film was a critical and box office success and Beatty was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor, and received the award for New Star of the Year – Actor. The film was also nominated for two Oscars, winning one.

  5. › wiki › Alysia_YeohAlysia Yeoh - Wikipedia

    Alysia Yeoh is a fictional character created by writer Gail Simone for the Batgirl ongoing series published by DC Comics. She is Barbara Gordon ’s best friend and a transgender woman. At the time of her debut appearance, she was noted for being the first major transgender character written in a contemporary context in a mainstream comic book. [1]

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  6. › wiki › Hedda_HopperHedda Hopper - Wikipedia

    She debuted as host of her own radio program, The Hedda Hopper Show, November 6, 1939. Sponsored by Sunkist , she was heard on CBS three times a week for 15 minutes until October 30, 1942. From October 2, 1944, to September 3, 1945, Armour Treet sponsored a once-a-week program.

  7. The character was created by Gardner Fox and Bob Kane as an enemy of the superhero Batman, and first appeared in Detective Comics #29 (July 1939). He is notable as the first traditional supervillain to be encountered by the Batman, as well as his first recurring foe.

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