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  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Roger_MillerRoger Miller - Wikipedia

    Later in the year Miller scored hits with "Engine Engine No. 9", "Kansas City Star" (a Top Ten country hit in 1965 about a local television children's show personality who would rather stay in the safety and security of his success in Kansas City than become a bigger star – or risk failure – in Omaha), and "England Swings" (an adult ...

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    The Chrysler 300, officially part of the New Yorker product line, continued in production as a high-performance coupe through 1965, adding a different letter of the alphabet for each year of production, starting with the 300-B of 1956, through the 300-L of 1965. 1962 saw a "non-letter" 300 which was lower in price but was equipped with ...

  4. Eastwood was born on May 31, 1930, at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital in San Francisco, California, to Ruth (née Runner; 1909–2006) and Clinton Eastwood (1906–1970). ). During her son's fame, Ruth was known by the surname of her second husband, John Belden Wood (1913–2004), whom she married after the death of Clinton Sr. Eastwood was nicknamed "Samson" by the hospital nurses because he ...

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  6. Sep 11, 2019 · Tea Party Co-Founder ‘Absolutely 100%’ Certain Biden’s 87K New IRS Agents Will Target Regular Americans, Political Enemies American Partisan; Woman Who Owns Air Fryer Goes Whole 7 Minutes Without Mentioning She Owns Air Fryer Babylon Bee Satire; Chile’s president accepts Israeli envoy’s credentials, two weeks after snub Times of Israel

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › James_CaanJames Caan - Wikipedia

    James Edmund Caan (/ k ɑː n / KAHN; March 26, 1940 – July 6, 2022) was an American actor known for his film and television performances.He was nominated for several entertainment industry honors, including for an Academy Award, two Primetime Emmy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards, as well as having received a motion pictures star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1978.