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Jaz Coleman
   has been a vocalist in   
Killing Joke
Claude Coleman Jr.
   has played drums in   
Ween
Charlotte Coleman
   died in   
2001 aged 33 from an Asthma Attack
actress British
Cy Coleman & Dorothy Fields
   composed the musical   
Sweet Charity (1966)
Coleman
   is the butler in   
Trading Places
1983 comedy film. Butler to Louis Winthorpe III (Dan Aykroyd) and subsequently Billy Ray Valentine (Eddie Murphy).
Cy Coleman
   was a   
Songwriter
Played Carnegie Hall at age 7. Jazz pianist
David Coleman
   has hosted   
A Question of Sport
Cy Coleman
   composed   
Sweet Charity
Cy Coleman
   composed   
Witchcraft
Ornette Coleman
   released the album   
Something Else
Ornette coleman referred to his style of jazz as "harmolodic"
Ornette Coleman
   released the album   
The Shape of Jazz to Come
Ornette Coleman
   released the album   
Free Jazz
Trumpeter Don Cherry was one of Ornette Coleman's favorite sidemen
Coleman Hawkins
   released the album   
The Hawk Flies High
Coleman Hawkins
   released the album   
Hawk Eyes!
Ornette Coleman
   released the album   
Dancing in Your Head
1954
   Junior Isle of Man TT winner was   
Coleman
AJS- 350 cc
Coleman FCC
   is situated in   
Florida
Federal Correctional Complex
Lionel Hampton, Count Basie, Coleman Hawkins, Stan Kenton
   are all   
Big Band Leaders from the 1940’s
Townsend Coleman
   is the voice of   
Michaelangelo
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Ornette Coleman
   released the album   
Skies of America
1972
Ornette Coleman
   released the album   
Of Human Feelings
"Ornette Coleman's Prime Time"
Coleman Hawkins
   released the album   
Body & Soul
RCA Victor, 1939
Coleman Hawkins
   released the album   
Rainbow Mist
Delmark, 1944
Ronald Coleman
   was considered for the role of   
Rhett Butler in Gone With the Wind (1939)
Clark Gable got the part
Dabney Coleman
   starred in   
Nine to Five (1980)
American actor
Gary Coleman
   was in the episode   
Grift of the Magi
As himself
"Monk's Music"
   was released by   
Thelonious Monk With Coleman Hawkins
1957 - inducted in 2001
Body and Soul
   was released by   
Coleman Hawkins
1939 - inducted in 1974
Wallaby Jim of the Islands (1937)
   starred   
George Houston, Ruth Coleman and Douglas Walton
Director: Charles Lamont. Also starred Wilhelm von Brincken, Mamo Clark & Colin Campbell. Plot: Wallaby Jim (Houston) and his men have just found a valuable source of pearls in the South Pacific.
Bessie Coleman
   was/were the first   
Black Female Pilot
1921
Philip Roth
   created the character   
Coleman Silk
The Human Stain
War Games (1983)
      
Matthew Broderick, Ally Sheedy and Dabney Coleman
The only winning move is not to play.
Ornette Coleman
   received the Pulitzer Prize for   
Sound Grammar
2007
Breck Coleman
   was played by John Wayne in   
The Big Trail (1930)
Ornette Coleman
   is associated with the   
Saxophone
B. 1930
Coleman Hawkins
   is associated with the   
Saxophone
1901-1969
Gary Coleman
   was an   
Actor
8th Feb 1968 - 28th May 2010, best known for "Different Strokes" comedy series
Cy Coleman
   was a   
Pianist
Cy Coleman
   was a   
Composer
Ken Bruen & Reed Farrel Coleman
   won the award for   
Tower
2010
BEA Systems
   was named after   
Bill Coleman, Ed Scott & Alfred Chuang.
From the first initial of each of the company's three founders
Coleman’s, Maille, Gulden’s, Heinz
   are all   
Brands of Mustard
Others include Amora, Coleman’s, Keen’s, Plochman’s and French’s






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