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profile name: George Bernard Shaw profile occupation: Author, Playwright
profile id: 39809
profile name: Ngo Dinh Diem profile occupation: World Leader
profile id: 9507127
profile name: James Thurber profile occupation: Illustrator, Author
profile id: 40319
profile name: Toni Stone profile occupation: Baseball Player
profile id: 9419975
profile name: Zayed bin Sultan al-Shaykh Nahayan profile occupation: World Leader, Prince
profile id: 328790
profile name: Nickolas Muray profile occupation: Photographer, Athlete
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Bond—James Bond—was introduced to movie fans with the release of the first 007 film, Dr. No, in 1962. The past five decades of James Bond films have included a gamut of soundtrack artists, including Paul McCartney & Wings, who performed the song "Live and Let Die" for the Bond film of the same name; Shirley Bassey, who sang tracks for the films Diamonds Are Forever and Goldfinger; Jack White and Alicia Keys, who performed "Another Way to Die" for Quantum of Solace; Gladys Knight, who sang the title track for License to Kill; Louis Armstrong, who performed "We Have All the Time in the World" (secondary theme) for On Her Majesty's Secret Service; and Adele, who sang the title track for the newest film of the Bond franchise, Skyfall.
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With innovative ideas and charismatic personalities, many African-Americans have made lasting contributions to the country, while also earning millions. Oprah Winfrey emerged as a world-famous one-woman brand with her show, eventually becoming the world's first black billionaire. Robert L. Johnson started BET, the cable channel geared towards African-Americans. Athlete Michael Jordan turned into a household name through numerous endorsement deals. These people were among the first African-Americans to overcome the obstacles of discrimination and achieve top honors in their fields. With talent and determination, each one reinvented not only what it meant to be an African-American, but also what it meant to be an American.
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With the right wig, makeup, accent, and mannerisms, these Saturday Night Live comedians and comediennes have kept us ROFL as they've meticulously impersonated our most memorable U.S. presidents. Check out this politically incorrect bunch here, and while you're at it, explore our SNL Presidents Photo Gallery, too.
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