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  1. (September 22, 1898 - January 10, 1981) was an American actress. She appeared in 44 films between 1930 and 1951/"Now Voyager" "The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)" "Death Takes a Holiday (1934)"
  2. American Idol Season 8 winner
  3. Author-The Adventures of Wozwell the Womas
  4. Actress, Another Gay Movie
  5. Governor of Arkansas (2007-15), Former State Attorney General
  6. American Former Baseball Player - Third - Baseman - 'Kansas City Athletics - 2 Games (1967)
  7. Author - Fiction
  8. Paul Brown  (5)
    Phillie Pitcher
  9. Former U.S. Senator from Arkansas (1975-1999)
  10. Arkansas born rockabilly musician. Born c. 1929. He did 'Red Headed Woman'. He also has a Sunday radio show We Wanna Boggie
  11. Sonny Burgess  (2)
    Country Singer (not the C&W rockabilly singer)
  12. Soldier in the United States Army during the Korean War. He received the Medal of Honor for his actions on October 28, 1951
  13. Country Singer & Actor who had numerous world wide hits including 'Rhinestone Cowboy'. Also starred in the film 'True Grit' alongside John Wayne
  14. Glen Campbell  (2)
    Actor
  15. Singer, Musician
  16. Lee Campbell  (2)
    Football Player
  17. American Actor born 1934.Brother of Actor John Carter.Copr.Doc in 'Combat'(1963-67),'White Lightning','Gunsmoke','Twilight Zone','Big Valley','Quincy','Bonanza'
  18. Broadway actor; appeared in the shows 'Urban Cowboy', 'Grey Gardens', 'A Catered Affair'; also appeared on TV on 'As The World Turns'
  19. American Football, Safety, Hawaii, NFL, Redskins 1985, Lions 87-88
  20. Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas (2011-present)
  21. Baseball player, pitcher 1930-47. Member of the Hall of Fame. Part of the Gas House Gang in St Louis
  22. Singer-Make Me A Song
  23. Baseball player, pitcher, 1934-43, St Louis Cardinals, New York Giants. Member of the Gas House Gang, brother of Dizzy Dean
  24. Singer, songwriter, musician; wrote, performed and sang many of the songs for Schoolhouse Rock
  25. Actor-Planet Terror,The Walking Dead
  26. Infielder 1962 New York Mets
  27. Civil right activist; Little Rock Nine member
  28. NBA, Former Laker and Warriors, currently on Utah Jazz
  29. Actor - The Killing, The Wild One, The Las Vegas Story, Carnival Story, Kismet, Oklahoma!, Wild River, Cat Ballou, Ensign O'Toole (TV), at least EIGHT James Stewart films, many TV guest-starring parts
  30. Baseball / Versatile Pitcher that Started and Relieved / L A - California Angels 1963-65 / Atlanta Braves 1970
  31. Adult Film Star/Exotic Dancer
  32. Horror Fiction Author
  33. Director of George Washington and All the Real Girls
  34. Author -- The Client, The Rainmaker, The Firm, etc
  35. Heavyweight Boxer
  36. Governor of Nevada (1999-2007)
  37. Supermodel-Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue,Victoria Secret,Guess Jeans
  38. Lt. Governor of Arkansas (2007-2011); candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2010
  39. author (narclssus in chains)
  40. Fmr Congressman, In 1974, a nationally Democratic year, he secured his fifth term by defeating the then 28-year-old future President Bill Clinton
  41. Actress: Crimes of the Heart, Tender Mercies, Flashpoint, No Country for Old Men, Amityville 3D, Silkwood, Ishtar, My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys, The Jackal, The Man in the Moon, Criminal Law, Early Edition, Christy, Breaking Bad
  42. singer
  43. MLB pitcher from 1966-68 for the Cardinals. Best season was 1967 going 16-6 with 3 saves and 2.67 ERA. Career was 20-9 with 2.79 ERA
  44. Baseball Player
  45. Actor - El Dorado, The Big Sky, The French Line, She Couldn't Say No, The Last Command (as Davy Crockett), The Tall T, The Red Badge Of Courage, Born Reckless, Cat Ballou (as Butch Cassidy), Elfredo Baca, The Swamp Fox, The Twilight Zone ('The Hunt')
  46. Former Minnesota Twins Outfielder, Currently with Angels
  47. Current Governor of Arkansas U.S. Representative from Arkansas - 3rd District (1997-2001); Former Under - Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (2002-2005)
  48. Randy Jackson  (4)
    Former baseball player 1950-1959 with the Cubs, Dodgers and Indians
  49. NBA All Star for Atlanta Hawks
  50. Football Player - Calgary Stampeders 2007
  51. Auto racing; 1X winner of Indy 500
  52. Jazz/Blues/R&B Bandleader & Songwriter - G.I. Jive, Caldonia, Sat. Night Fish Fry, Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens, Five Guys Named Moe, Choo Choo Ch'Boogie, Ration Blues. Known as 'King Of The Jukebox'. Arguably the Father Of Modern Rhythm &
  53. actor (undressed, catch me if you can, full frontal)
  54. Lead singer of Tesla
  55. American pop singer/songwriter best known for his 1958 million selling record 'Here Comes Summer' (#14 Billboard, #1 UK). Also wrote the English lyrics of 'A Man and a Woman', 'Almost There' for Andy Williams, 'Turn - Down Day,' a hit for The Cyrkle
  56. Fmr Governor of Arkansas
  57. Basketball Player
  58. Member of Harlem Globetrotters known as 'Flight Time' and Amazing Race reality TV contestant
  59. Actress: Little House On The Prairie/Hester-Sue Terhune, Morningstar/Eveningstar, Juanita Jones in Blacula Singer: Love Letters (1962)
  60. Comedian
  61. U.S. Senator from Arkansas (1999-2011)
  62. Retired Boxer
  63. Former Catcher for the Chicago White Sox
  64. Robert Lowery  (2)
    Musician/Blues Guitarist
  65. NASCAR Sprint Cup Driver of the #5 Kelloggs/Carquest Chevy for Hendrick Motorsports
  66. Author of children's books
  67. art director - Patton
  68. Musician/Guitarist
  69. White House Chief Of Staff To President Clinton (1993-94)
  70. U.S. Representative from California
  71. golfer
  72. baseball player played for Dodgers and Cardinals / 1954 NL Rookie of the Year
  73. AKA-DOLEMITE was in many Blaxploitation fillms
  74. James Morris  (2)
    English Politician
  75. Gatorade, USA Today National Football Player Of The Year, #1 QB Recruit In Nation
  76. Actor: Adventures in Babysitting, Switching Channels, It Takes Two, Working Girl, Father of the Bride, Doppelganger, The Evening Star, Chicago Hope, Friends, Providence, Justice League, SAW VI, Nip/Tuck, Granite Flats, Scandal
  77. former college/NFL fullback/running back; played for Compton Junior College, Colts & 49ers; 3X Pro Bowler; NFL 1950s All-Decade Team; retired as the NFL career rushing leader; member of Pro Football Hall of Fame; nicknamed 'The Jet'
  78. Dick Powell  (2)
    Actor/Singer - 42nd Street, Footlight Parade, Gold Diggers Of 1933/1935/1937, Dames, Flirtation Walk, Broadway Gondolier, On The Avenue, Murder My Sweet, Johnny O'Clock, Cornered, Pitfall, The Bad & The Beautiful. Married to actress June Allyson
  79. Teenage Natalie Wood in 'The Mystery of Natalie Wood'
  80. NBA player - Washington Wizards. Father played in the NBA also
  81. C&W/Rockabilly/Blues Singer/Songwriter - Behind Closed Doors, The Most Beautiful Girl, Very Special Love Song, Every Time You Touch Me, There Won't Be Anymore, Rollin' With The Flow, I Love My Friend, Mohair Sam, Lonely Weekends
  82. U.S. Representative from Arkansas
  83. singer
  84. Drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 31st round of the 2012 MLB June Amateur Draft
  85. Former Secretary of Transportation (1997-2001)
  86. American actress born 1921.movies from 1947-91.'Indestructible Man','The Monster That Challenged the World','Blazing Trail','Kronos','Elmer Gantry','The Werewolf','Battle at Blood Beach','Sword of Venus'
  87. NFL - Miami Dolphins 2006
  88. comedienne / host - 'holla' (BET T.V.)
  89. Author/historian
  90. businessman
  91. Animation executive producer
  92. Represtentative from Arkansas
  93. '70s soul icon; was previously the lead vocalist for R&B/soul group Tower of Power. As a soloist, he made several hit records, including 1978's 'Cause I Love You' and 1977's 'Choosing You'
  94. Representative from Arkansas
  95. children's author (the red racer)
  96. Chicago Cubs pitcher and Former Reds starter