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Clarence Darrow
   said   
"I Have Never Killed a Man, but I Have Read Many Obituaries With Great Pleasure."
Clarence Gagnon
   painted   
Village Laurentien
1915; Musée du Québec
Clarence "Frogman" Henry
   released the single   
(I Don't Know Why I Love You) But I Do
1961; peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100
Clarence "Kelly" Johnson
   was famous for   
Founding Lockheed's "skunk Works"
Designer of the SR-71. He played a leading role in the design of over forty aircraft including several that were honored with the prestigious Collier Trophy.
Clarence Darrow
   was born on   
April 18, 1857
American lawyer; defender of John Scopes in the 1925 "Monkey Trial", defending the right to teach evolution
Clarence Birdseye
   invented   
Fast Frosted Food
1927; Gloucester, Massachusetts; United States
Clarence Saunders
   invented   
The Supermarket
1916; Memphis, Tennessee; United States. Piggly Wiggly was the first great grocery store chain. It was started around 1915 by a Memphis man named Clarence Saunders, who built the chain from one to over a thousand locations in less than five years.
Clarence
   featured the character   
Clarence Sale
Played by Ronnie Barker
Clarence
   featured the character   
Jane Travers
Played by Josephine Tewson
Clarence
   is a   
Four-wheeled Carriage
Clarence Brown
   directed   
National Velvet (1944)
A Shot in the Dark (1933)
   starred   
Dorothy Boyd, O. B. Clarence and Jack Hawkins
Director: George Pearson. Also starred Michael Shepley, Davy Burnaby & A. Bromley Davenport
Clarence Arthur Vance 1915-35)
   had the nickname   
“Dazzy”
Urban Clarence Faber (1914-33)
   had the nickname   
“Red”
Eddie Clarence Murray (1977-97)
   had the nickname   
“Steady Eddie”
Clarence Pier
   is situated in   
The U.K.
Portsmouth, Hampshire, U.K.
Clarence Boddicker
   is in the movie   
RoboCop
Played by Kurtwood Smith
Clarence White
   has played guitar in   
The Byrds
Played with group 1968-1973
The Amazing Mr. Williams (1939)
   starred   
Melvyn Douglas, Joan Blondell and Clarence Kolb
Director: Alexander Hall. Also starred Ruth Donnelly, Edward Brophy & Donald MacBride. Plot: Kenny Williams (Douglas), a lieutenant on the homicide squad, is engaged to Maxine Carroll (Blondell), the Mayor's secretary...
Bette Midler
   was considered for the role of   
Sister Mary Clarence in Sister Act (1992)
Whoopi Goldberg got the part
Clarence Clemons
   was in the episode   
Grift of the Magi
As himself (narrating)
"Alright Again"
   was released by   
Clarence Gatemouth Brown
1983 - Best Traditional Blues Album
Murder in Harlem (1935)
   starred   
Clarence Brooks, Dorothy Van Eagle and Andrew Bishop
Director: Oscar Micheaux. Also starred Alec Lovejoy, Laura Bowman & Bee Freeman. Plot: A black night watchman at a chemical factory finds the body of a murdered white woman. After he reports it, he finds himself accused of the murder.
Prison Train (1938)
   starred   
Fred Keating, Dorothy Comingore and Clarence Muse
Director: Gordon Wiles. Also starred Faith Bacon, Alexander Leftwich & James Blakeley. Plot: Frankie Terris (Fred Keating) and Mannie Robbins (Alexander Leftwich) are the two most powerful gangsters in their city.
That Gang of Mine (1940)
   starred   
Bobby Jordan, Leo Gorcey and Clarence Muse
Director: Joseph H. Lewis. Also starred Dave O'Brien, Joyce Bryant & Ernest Morrison. Plot: A street kid has dreams of becoming a jockey. He gets his chance when he and his gang discover a poor old man who has a championship race horse...
Clarence Thomas
   was appointed by   
George H. W. Bush
1991-
Anchors Aweigh (1945)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Clarence “Brooklyn” Doolittle
Featured “I Fall in Love Too Easily”
Gentleman from Dixie (1941)
   starred   
Jack La Rue, Marian Marsh and Clarence Muse
Director: Albert Herman. Also starred Mary Ruth, Robert Kellard & John Holland. Plot: A man is released from prison after serving time for a murder he didn't commit. He goes to live with his brother and his family on their Louisiana ranch, where they're raising horses to compete in an important race.
Clarence Houser
   won gold medals in   
Athletics
United States -- 1924-1928 -- 3/0/0=3
No More Cabaret In Town
   was composed by   
Clarence Willians
1919
Sleepy Hollow Rag
   was composed by   
Clarence Woods
1918
Slippery Elm Rag
   was composed by   
Clarence Woods
1912
Clarence Gagnon
   is known as a   
Painter
1881-1942; modernist Québécois painter
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
   begins   
There Was a Boy Called Eustace Clarence Scrubb, and He Almost Deserved It
C. S. Lewis, 1952
Clarence Darrow
   was a/an   
Attorney
Defense attorney in the Scopes Monkey Trial, 1857-1938
Clarence Earl of Emsworth
   was played by Peter O'Toole in   
Heavy Weather (1995)
TV movie
Clarence Gagnon
   painted   

March in the Birch Woods; 1919; Canadian; Post-Impressionism; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada; oil on canvas; 74 x 91 cm
Clarence Gagnon
   painted   

The Laurentians, Baie St. Paul; 1927; Canadian; Post-Impressionism; Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec, Canada; oil on canvas; 73 x 92 cm
Clarence Gagnon
   painted   

The Two Beaches, Paramé, Saint-Malo; 1908; Canadian; Post-Impressionism; Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada; oil on canvas; 124 x 171 cm
Clarence Gagnon
   painted   

The Yellow House; 1912-1913; Canadian; Post-Impressionism; Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec, Canada; oil on canvas; 54 x 73 cm
Thomas
   is a name shared by   
Clarence, Dylan, Danny
U.S. supreme court, poet, actor






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