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Patrick Joseph Mcgoohan to Walter Disney

Connection made 19 Sep 2014.

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Walter Disney to Fess E Parker jr

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Walter Disney to Elvia A Bayler

Elvia was the voice of Walt Disney's Clarabelle Cow.

Connection made 19 Sep 2014.

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Elvia A Bayler to Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale

Elvia Allman (September 19, 1904 – March 6, 1992) was a character actress and voice over performer in Hollywood films and television programs for over 50 years. She is best remembered for her semi-regular roles on The Beverly Hillbillies and Petticoat Junction and for being the voice of Walt Disney's Clarabelle Cow. Her mark in TV history is also ensured by her memorable performance as the stern, no-nonsense boss in the classic I Love Lucy candy factory episode "Job Switching."

Connection made 19 Sep 2014.

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Robert Alda to Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale

Robert Alda (February 26, 1914 – May 3, 1986) was an American theatrical and film actor and father of actors Alan and Antony Alda. A talented singer and dancer, Alda was featured in a number of Broadway productions before moving to Italy during the early 1960s. He appeared in many European films over the next two decades, occasionally returning to the U.S. for film appearances such as The Girl Who Knew Too Much (1969).

Connection made 19 Sep 2014.

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Thomas Edwin Mix to Wyatt S Earp

Tom Mix was a pallbearer at the funeral of Tom Mic

Connection made 19 Sep 2014.

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Thomas Edwin Mix to Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale

Thomas Edwin "Tom" Mix (born Thomas Hezikiah Mix;[1] January 6, 1880 – October 12, 1940) was an American film actor and the star of many early Western movies. Between 1909 and 1935, Mix appeared in 291 films,[2] all but nine of which were silent movies. He was Hollywood's first Western megastar and is noted as having helped define the genre for all cowboy actors who followed

Connection made 18 Sep 2014.

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F Quimby to Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale

Frederick Clinton[1] "Fred" Quimby (July 31, 1886 – September 16, 1965) was an American cartoon producer, best known as a producer of Tom and Jerry cartoons, for which he won seven Academy Awards. He was the film sales executive in charge of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio, which included Tex Avery and the team of William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, creators of Tom and Jerry.

Connection made 18 Sep 2014.

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Joseph R Barbera to F Quimby

In 1939, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera presented Quimby with a proposal for a series of cartoons featuring a cat and a mouse. Quimby approved,[2] and the result was Puss Gets the Boot, which was nominated for an Academy Award. Initially, he refused to pursue more Cat and Mouse cartoons after Puss Gets the Boot. However, following the critical and financial success of that cartoon, he agreed to make Tom and Jerry an official cartoon of the MGM cartoon studio[

Connection made 18 Sep 2014.

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F Quimby to William D Hanna

In 1939, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera presented Quimby with a proposal for a series of cartoons featuring a cat and a mouse. Quimby approved,[2] and the result was Puss Gets the Boot, which was nominated for an Academy Award. Initially, he refused to pursue more Cat and Mouse cartoons after Puss Gets the Boot. However, following the critical and financial success of that cartoon, he agreed to make Tom and Jerry an official cartoon of the MGM cartoon studio[

Connection made 18 Sep 2014.

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Jack C Moore to Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale

Clayton Moore (September 14, 1914 – December 28, 1999) was an American actor best known for playing the fictional western character the Lone Ranger from 1949–1951 and 1954–1957 on the television series of the same name.

Connection made 18 Sep 2014.

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Leslie Lynch King to Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale

Leslie Lynch King, Sr. (July 25, 1884 — February 18, 1941) was the biological father of U.S. President Gerald Ford. Because of his alcoholism and abusive behavior, his wife, Dorothy Gardner left him sixteen days after Ford's birth. King is believed to have seen Ford only once while he was in high school.

Connection made 18 Sep 2014.

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Leslie King to Gerald R Ford

Step Brothers, they had the same father

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Leslie King to Leslie Lynch King

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Leslie Lynch King to Gerald R Ford

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Kathryn Smith to Woodrow Wilson "Woody" Guthrie

Woody was irritated by Irving Berlin's "God Bless America," sung by Kate Smith, which seemed to be endlessly playing on the radio in the late 1930s. So irritated, in fact, that he wrote this song as a retort, at first sarcastically calling it "God Blessed America for Me" before renaming it "This Land Is Your Land." Guthrie's original words to the song included this verse:

Connection made 18 Sep 2014.

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Irving Berlin to Woodrow Wilson "Woody" Guthrie

Woody was irritated by Irving Berlin's "God Bless America," sung by Kate Smith, which seemed to be endlessly playing on the radio in the late 1930s. So irritated, in fact, that he wrote this song as a retort, at first sarcastically calling it "God Blessed America for Me" before renaming it "This Land Is Your Land." Guthrie's original words to the song included this verse:

Connection made 18 Sep 2014.

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Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale to Sydney Hughes Greenstreet

Sydney Hughes Greenstreet (27 December 1879 – 18 January 1954) was an English actor.[1] He is most widely known for his Warner Bros. films with Humphrey Bogart and Peter Lorre, which include The Maltese Falcon (1941) and Casablanca (1942).

Connection made 18 Sep 2014.

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Kathryn Smith to Bert Lahr

Kate took the company lead in George White's ''Flying High,'' which opened at the Apollo Theater on March 3, 1930, and ran for 122 performances. As Pansy Sparks, Miss Smith's role was to be the butt of Bert Lahr's often cruel jibes about her girth. She said later that she often wept with humiliation in her dressing room after the show.

Connection made 18 Sep 2014.

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Irving Berlin to Kathryn Smith

Berlin wrote ''God Bless America.'' specifically for Kate Smith

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