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Mary Benny to Jack Benny (1894)

Connection made 29 Apr 2015.

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Marilyn Monroe to Clark Gable

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Robert Stack to Carole Lombard

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Jack Benny (1894) to Carole Lombard

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Jack Benny (1894) to Robert Stack

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Grauman's Chinese Theatre to Jack Benny (1894)

Prints January 13, 1941

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George Reeves to Jerome Siegel

Connection made 28 Apr 2015.

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George Reeves to Joseph Shuster

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Christophe Reeve to George Reeves

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Christophe Reeve to Jerome Siegel

Connection made 28 Apr 2015.

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Joseph Shuster to Christophe Reeve

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Joseph Shuster to Jerome Siegel

Siegel and Shuster created Superman

Connection made 28 Apr 2015.

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Hollywood Forever Cemetery to Jerome Siegel

Jerome "Jerry" Siegel (October 17, 1914 – January 28, 1996),[1] who also used pseudonyms including Joe Carter,[2][3] Jerry Ess,[2] and Herbert S. Fine, was the American co-creator of Superman, along with Joe Shuster,

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Merle Wolders to Geraldine F Scheftel

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Merle Wolders to Leo Carroll

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Merle Wolders to David Niven

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Merle Wolders to Laurence Olivier

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Merle Wolders to William Wyler

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Merle Wolders to Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale

Merle Oberon was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in The Dark Angel (1935). A traffic collision in 1937 caused facial injuries that could have ended her career, but she soon followed this with her most renowned performance in Wuthering Heights (1939).

Connection made 28 Apr 2015.

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Jose V Ferrer to Merle Wolders

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