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1. The studio, Metro-Goldwyn Meyer, outbid 20th Century Fox for the movie rights. Fox had wanted Shirley Temple to star. 2. Mervyn LeRoy considered having a man play Toto. 3. The cowardly lion’s costume was made of a real lion skin. 4. The snow in the poppy scene was made of asbestos. 5. Judy Ga...
02/27/2015
    December 22, 1932: Extending from Fort Baker pier, the construction of a 1,700 foot-long access road began to access the construction sites for the Marin anchorage, pier and tower. January 5, 1933: Construction officially started. January 1933 to February 1936: Marin and San Francisco anchora...
02/26/2015
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GENERAL APPEARANCE The Bloodhound possesses, in a most marked degree, every point and characteristic of those dogs which hunt together by scent (Sagaces). He is very powerful, and stands over more ground than is usual with hounds of other breeds. The skin is thin to the touch and extremely loose...
02/26/2015
  "This Land Is Your Land" is one of the United States' most famous folk songs. Its lyrics were written by American folk singer Woody Guthrie in 1940 based on an existing melody, in critical response to Irving Berlin's "God Bless America", which Guthrie considered unrealistic and complacent. Tire...
02/23/2015
When the sport football is brought up and talked about it becomes very clear that it is a well rounded and in a way complex game. From play to play and whistle to whistle the game takes on its own path as the game is played. But its own path falls under a relatively similar guideline to what it ...
02/21/2015
The 555-foot-high marble obelisk was first proposed in 1783, and Pierre L’Enfant left room for it in his designs for the new U.S. capital. After George Washington’s death in 1799, plans for a memorial for the “father of the country” were discussed, but none were adopted until 1832–the centennial...
02/21/2015
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Cashin's Corner 02/20/2015 Feb 20, 2015 On this day (+2) in 1879, a man named Frank Winfield Woolworth tried out an interesting marketing idea in Utica, New York. He opened a store in which no product cost more than 5 cents.  In the next few decades, Woolworth's idea caught on so well that he ha...
02/21/2015
Ashford was born in Los Angeles, California. His father, Littleton, was a policeman, but abandoned the family, leaving Ashford's mother Adele to raise Emmett and his brother Wilbur. Ashford earned money selling Libertymagazine, and as a cashier in a supermarket. Ashford attended Jefferson High S...
02/20/2015
Hold your turtle with care when determining its gender. Flipping over your turtle can hurt him (or her!). Be careful to hold your turtle with a gentle grip and to turn him or her with care and a gradual movement.Look at the turtle's tail. Turtles have a hole or vent which is called the "cloaca" ...
02/18/2015
Edith Grace Houghton (February 10, 1912 – February 2, 2013) was an American professional baseball player and scout. A former shortstop in women's baseball whose professional career began when she was ten years old, Houghton became the first female scout in Major League Baseball when she joined t...
02/15/2015
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