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Bob Hope

Legendary vaudeville comedian, radio personality, and actor who interested military services personnel in 57 USO tours between 1942 and 1988. He pioneered a kind of self-deprecating laughter, performed a huge selection of acts each year during the elevation of his profession, hosted The Academy Honours fourteen situations, and made an appearance in over 70 movies and pants. At a age, he started busking over the Luna Recreation area streetcar by performing and producing jokes, and gained an amateur skill competition for his Charlie Chaplin impersonation in 1915. In 1997, the U.S. Congress announced him the “initial in support of honorary veteran from the U.S. military.” He followed four kids with Dolores Reade, whom he wedded in 1934. His kid Tony served being a presidential appointee in the George H. W. Bush and Costs Clinton administrations. He starred with Bing Crosby in the 1952 film, Street to Bali.

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