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  1. Richard Allen Boone was born in Los Angeles, California, to Cecile Lillian (Beckerman) and Kirk Etna Boone, a wealthy corporate lawyer. His maternal grandparents were Russian Jewish immigrants, while his father was descended from a brother of frontiersmen Daniel Boone and Squire Boone.

  2. Boone Carlyle (1ª temporada) aparições na 2ª, 3ª e 6ª: Ian Somerhalder [1] Los Angeles, Califórnia, EUA: COO de subsidiária da empresa de casamentos da mãe: Caiu num avião Beechcraft de uma árvore, morreu dos ferimentos: ISFP: Artistas flexíveis e charmosos, sempre prontos para explorar ou experimentar algo novo. Walt Lloyd (1ª ...

  3. It is the mission of the Boone and Crockett Club to promote the conservation and management of wildlife, especially big game, and its habitat, to preserve and encourage hunting and to maintain the highest ethical standards of fair chase and sportsmanship in North America.

  4. › wiki › Pat_BoonePat Boone - Wikipedia

    Pat Boone S-A-V-E-D: 1973 I Love You More and More Each Day: MGM 1974 The Pat Boone Family: Word 1974 Songs from the Inner Court: Lion & Lamb 1975 Something Supernatural: 1976 Texas Woman: Hitsville 1977 The Country Side of Pat Boone: Motown 1977 Miracle Merry-Go-Round: Lion & Lamb 1979 Just The Way I Am: 1981 Songmaker: 1984 Pat Boone Sings ...

  5. › wiki › Richard_KielRichard Kiel - Wikipedia

    Richard Dawson "Dick" Kiel (Detroit, 13 settembre 1939 – Fresno, 10 settembre 2014) è stato un attore statunitense, noto per aver interpretato il ruolo di Squalo nel film di James Bond La spia che mi amava e Moonraker - Operazione spazio. Per via della sua imponente statura (218 centimetri) ha recitato spesso nella parte del cattivo nei suoi ...

  6. 26/04/2022 · In 1775 Boone was commissioned by Colonel Richard Henderson of the Transylvania Company to establish a colony in Kentucky. Boone's party blazed a trail--the Wilderness Road, or Boone's Trace-- through the Cumberland Gap and into Kentucky where they built a fort on the Kentucky River.

  7. Richard Charles Rodgers (June 28, 1902 – December 30, 1979) was an American composer who worked primarily in musical theater. With 43 Broadway musicals and over 900 songs to his credit, Rodgers was one of the most well-known American composers of the 20th century, and his compositions had a significant influence on popular music.