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Bizarre Fact #101:
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Humphrey Bogart was related to Princess Diana.

Bizarre Fact #102:
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I suppose someone should mention that Mae West never said "Come up and see me sometime." She said "Come on up sometime and see me." Cary Grant never said "Judy, Judy, Judy," and Cagney never said "You dirty rat..."

Bizarre Fact #103:
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Ice Cube's real name is O'Shea Jackson.

Bizarre Fact #104:
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Ignce Paderewski, one of the greatest concert pianists of all time, was also premier of Poland.

Bizarre Fact #105:
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I'm not offended by all the dumb blonde jokes because I know I'm not dumb... and I also know I'm not blonde. -Dolly Parton

Bizarre Fact #106:
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In 1977, the legendary Groucho Marx died three days after Elvis Presley died. Unfortunately, due to the fevered commotion caused by Presley's unanticipated death, the media paid little attention to the passing of this brilliant comic. Groucho, with his talented brothers (Chico, Harpo, and Zeppo), starred in irreverent films in the 1920's through 1940's, including "Duck Soup", "A Night at the Opera", "Love Happy," and "A Day at the Races." For five decades, Groucho had worked in the industry as an actor, comedian, TV game show host, and writer, and he won an Emmy in the early days of television for Outstanding Personality.

Bizarre Fact #107:
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In 1996, Ringo Starr appeared in a Japanese advertisement for applesauce, which coincidentally is what his name means in Japanese.

Bizarre Fact #108:
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In her entire lifetime, Spain's Queen Isabella (1451-1504) bathed twice.

Bizarre Fact #109:
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In January 1950, actor John Wayne placed his hand prints in wet cement at Grumman's Chinese Theatre (now Mann's Chinese Theatre) in Hollywood. Sand used in the cement reportedly was brought from Iwo Jima, in tribute to his performance in the 1949 film "Sands of Iwo Jima". This event marked the 90th such ceremony in the "Forecourt of the Stars" at the famous theater.

Bizarre Fact #110:
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In the 1950's she suffered osteomyelitis of the jaw and had to have part of her jaw removed.


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