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Random Facts 2
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fourth wife of Humphrey Bogart; starred in To Have and Have Not and other Bogart movies
Henry VIII had him killed because he didn't support the divorce
starred in and directed "Heaven Can Wait" and "Reds"
married to Annette Bening
starred in Ishtar, Splendor in the Grass, and Shampoo
Starred in Dick Tracy and Bulworth
starred as John Reed in "Reds"
"You're So Vain" by Carly Simon is about him
big failure movie with Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman
movie with Halle Barry and Warren Beatty
wife of Warren Beatty
based on "Here Comes Mr. Jordan"; about LA Rams QB Joe Bendleton
Heaven Can Wait
owners of the New York Times
Pope for a month in 1978
John Paul I
purple flower, might be poisonous, source of digitalis medicine
fertile Argentine plain
means "big foot"; it has a toothfish also called the Chilean Sea Bass
Austrian city that hosted Winter Olympics in 1964 and 1976
New York location of 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics
Lake Placid, NY
1998 Winter Olympics in Japan
1994 Winter Olympics in Norway
1988 Winter Olympics in Canada
1984 Winter Olympics in Yugoslavia
1928 and 1948 Winter Olympics in Switzerland
Olympics in 1960 / 1964 / 1968
Rome / Tokyo / Mexico City
starred in 1993's "Poetic Justice"
sang "Miss you much"
her albums include "Rhythm Nation 1814" and "Control"
less famous Jackson sister
La Toya Jackson
big time choreographer and singer of "Opposites Attract"
"Forever Your Girl"
big Michael Bolton song
When a Man Loves a Woman
won 5 gold medals in 1980 in speed skating
sport of Bonnie Blair
HQ of Walmart
star of WKRP in Cincinnati and wife of Burt Reynolds
her first line was "Hello, Gorgeous" as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl
1960s musical about Zeigfeld Follies girl Fanny Brice and husband Nick Arnstein
muse of dance
from Russia, came to US and founded New York City Ballet
gem that is lighter/skyblue/bluishgreen vs. gem that is more deep/royal blue
turquoise vs. sapphire
French cities to host the Winter Olympics ('24 / '68 / '92)
Chamonix / Grenoble / Albertville
Johnny Unitas played mainly for this team
5-time World Series champion known as "Mr. October"
he won three World Series with the Oakland A's and two with the Yankees (all in the 70s)
Pope from 1939 to 1958
Pope from 1958 to 1963
Pope from 1963 to 1978
Pope from 1978 to 2005
John Paul II