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Howard Hughes

Birth Name: Howard Robard Hughes Jr.

Birth Place: Houston, Texas, United States

Birthday: December 24, 1905, Capricorn

Died: April 5, 1976

Profession: Aviator, Producer

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Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor Dies at 79

Dame Elizabeth Taylor, the two-time Oscar winner and dedicated AIDS activist whose acting prowess, glitzy lifestyle and larger-than-life celebrity established her as Hollywood royalty, has died. She was 79. Check out photos of Elizabeth Taylor Taylor… Read more

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Rules Don't Apply - Trailer
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Mommy - Trailer 1
02:29 — Xavier Dolan’s latest film, selected as Canada’s official Oscar® entry, centers on a mother’s tumultuous relationship with her teenage son after he re (more…)
Rules Don't Apply - Official Trailer
02:26 — An aspiring young actress (Lily Collins) and her ambitious young driver (Alden Ehrenreich) struggle hopefully with the absurd eccentricities of the wi (more…)
Aliens From Outer Space: Ufo Landings, Crashes And Retrievals - Official Trailer
02:04 — For those who don’t believe that Aliens from outer space have invaded our planet, this amazing documentary reveals the facts they DON’T want you to (more…)

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Jane Russell
Jane Russell, Hollywood Screen Siren, Dies at 89

Jane Russell, one of Hollywood's biggest sex symbols in the 1940s and '50s, died Monday, The Los Ang…

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  • Birth Name: Howard Robard Hughes Jr.
  • Birth Place: Houston, Texas, United States
  • Birthday: December 24, 1905, Capricorn
  • Died: April 5, 1976
  • Profession: Aviator, Producer

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