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  1. Fame and Fortune is the seventh studio album by Bad Company, released in 1986. It was the first album released by the reformed group, featuring original members Mick Ralphs (guitar) and Simon Kirke (drums), with the addition of new frontman Brian Howe (formerly of Ted Nugent's band) substituting for original singer Paul Rodgers.

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    Fame (novel) (German Ruhm), a 2009 novel by Daniel Kehlmann
    Fame, a 2005 novel by Karen Kingsbury
    Fame, a 2008 novel by Mark Rowlands
    Fame (1980 film), a musical film
    Fame (2007 film), a stand-up tour and DVD by Ricky Gervais
    "Fame" (Law & Order), a 2006 episode of Law & Order
    "Fame", a 2010 episode of NCIS: Los Angeles
    Fame (magazine), an American celebrity monthly 1988–1991
    Gloria Victis (Confederate monument), or Fame, a Confederate memorial in Salisbury, North Carolina
    HMS Fame, several ships of the Royal Navy
  3. Fame and Fortune (Elvis Presley song) " Fame and Fortune " is a 1960 song by Elvis Presley. It was written by Fred Wise (lyrics) and Ben Weisman (music) and published by Presley's company Gladys Music, Inc. Presley recorded it on March 21, 1960 in the RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee.

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  4. Fame and Fortune Weekly: Stories of Boys Who Make Money (1905–1929) was an American periodical for children published by Frank Tousey in New York. History and profile. The magazine was started in 1905 with the name Fame and Fortune Weekly. The first issue appeared on October 6, 1905.

  5. Fame and Fortune is a 1986 studio album by Bad Company. Fame and Fortune may also refer to: "Fame and Fortune" (Elvis Presley song), 1960 "Fame and Fortune" (Bad Company song), 1986 "Fame and Fortune", song on the 1981 Mission of Burma album Signals, Calls, and Marches; Fame and Fortune (American game show), American game show (1989–1991)

  6. Fame And Fortune is the seventh album by Bad Company, released in 1986. It is the first album released by the reformed Bad Company, featuring original members Mick Ralphs and Simon Kirke, with the addition of new frontman Brian Howe substituting for original singer Paul Rodgers. While original bassist Boz Burrell appears credited as part of the lineup, the liner notes reveal that session player Steve Price plays on the album.

  7. "Fame and Fortune" is a song written for the Rankin/Bass Christmas special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. It was written to replace "We're a Couple of Misfits" in order to fit in the extended ending to the special. This song appeared in place of the original on the 1965-1997 televised prints, after which the "We're a Couple of Misfits" song was reinstated in 1998, including subsequent home ...

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