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Nice Celebrities Names photos

A few nice celebrities names images I found:

1967 Liquor Ad, Smirnoff Vodka, with Actor-Comedian Slappy White, Wearing Top Hat & Suspended by Hook celebrities names
Image by classic_film Vintage 1960s magazine alcohol advertisement, Smirnoff Vodka, with comedian and TV/film actor Slappy White (real name Melvin White, September 20, 1921 â€" November 7, 1995), 1967 Tagline: "Get your party off the ground with Smirnoff" Published in Ebony, January 1967 - Vol. 22, No. 3 Fair use/no known copyright. If you use this photo, please provide attribution credit; not for commercial use (see Creative Commons license).

Baby lion cub at Chester Zoo (RIP) celebrities names
Image by Adam Foster Photography Lion cub taken just before Christmas at Chester Zoo, England. He was out playing with his mum and dad keeping the small crowd entertained! An update on this little fella (via becki): It is with deep regret that Chester Zoo announces the death of Asiatic Lion cub Chakra. Chakra, who was born in August last year, was put to sleep on Friday evening (January 9). Regrettably, Chakra had been diagnosed with a developmental disorder which had recently become apparent as he grew and became more active. - link - January 9 2009 Really sad and tragic news :(

1950 Food Ad, Reddi-wip Topping, with Arthur Godfrey celebrities names
Image by classic_film Vintage 1950s magazine advertisement, Reddi-wip spray can whipped topping, with endorsement from the legendary Arthur Godfrey. Tagline: "Arthur Godfrey's Advice to Gals: To be Sensational with Pumpkin Pie... use Reddi-wip!" One of early television's most powerful stars in America, Arthur Godfrey was also a radio broadcaster, nightclub entertainer, and had appeared in a handful of films. Brief bio on Godfrey, via Wikipedia: Arthur Morton Godfrey (August 31, 1903 â€" March 16, 1983) was an American radio and television broadcaster and entertainer who was sometimes introduced by his nickname, "The Old Redhead". No TV personality in 1950s America enjoyed more clout or fame than Godfrey until an infamous on-air incident undermined his folksy image and triggered a gradual decline. At the peak of his success, Godfrey helmed two CBS-TV weekly series and a daily 90-minute television mid-morning show, but, by the early 1960s, his presence had been reduced to hosting the occasional TV special. Arguably the most prominent of the medium's early master commercial pitchmen, he was strongly identified with many of his many sponsors, especially Chesterfield cigarettes and Lipton Tea. Having advertised Chesterfield for many years, during which time he devised the slogan "Buy 'em by the carton", Godfrey terminated his relationship with the company after he quit smoking, five years before he was diagnosed with lung cancer. Subsequently, he became a prominent spokesman for anti-smoking education. More bio bits from IMDb: At his TV peak in 1953, he starred in three different television shows simultaneously -- Arthur Godfrey and His Friends (1949), Talent Scouts (1948), and Arthur Godfrey Time (1952). During his career, Godfrey discovered and showcased many new talents, including Pat Boone, Julius LaRosa, Marion Marlowe, and others. Known affectionately as "The Old Redhead," Arthur piloted his own plane and was an early pioneer and promoter of civil aviation. He was certified to fly virtually every type of aircraft in existence during his lifetime (rotor, jet, multiple engine, helicopter, holding FAA type ratings from the DC-3 to the Constellation) and was an honorary pilot for Eastern Airlines. He appeared in a 1953 Eastern Airlines film with famed pilot Dick Merrill at the helm of a Constellation. His friend Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker gave him a customized DC-3 in 1947, which he more than returned in kind through plugs for the airline along with his endorsements about flying safety to his millions of flying-wary listeners during the 1940s. Godfrey was thought to have been at least the partial inspiration for the character of Larry "Lonesome" Rhodes in Elia Kazan's film "A Face in the Crowd"{ (1957). The character of Rhodes was that of a popular TV personality whose folksy image covered up the fact that he was a vicious, manipulative bully privately. He was awarded three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame: for Radio at 6233 Hollywood Boulevard; for Recording at 6616 Hollywood Boulevard; and for Television at 1559 Vine Street in Hollywood, California. Was an avid amateur (ham) radio operator with the call sign K4LIB. This call is now owned by the Arthur Godfrey Fan Club, which runs an annual ham event in honor of his memory. *********** Published in Family Circle magazine, November 1950, Vol. 37 No. 5 Fair use/no known copyright. If you use this photo, please provide attribution credit; not for commercial use (see Creative Commons license).

 
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