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Harefoot
   is a nickname for   
Harold I
Harold Robbins
   is a pen name of   
Harold Rubin
William the Conquerer & Harold Godwinson
   led opposing forces at the   
Battle of Hastings
This signalled the end of Saxon rule in England.
Harold Macmillan
   is/was the   
U.K. Prime Minister
January 1957 - October 1963
Harold Wilson
   is/was the   
U.K. Prime Minister
March 1974 - April 1976; October 1964 - June 1970
Harold Johnson
   comes from   
The U.S.A.
Briggs & Stratton
   was named after   
Stephen Foster Briggs & Harold M. Stratton
Mattel
   was named after   
Harold Matson and Elliot Handler
Matt & EL
Morgan Stanley
   was named after   
Henry S. Morgan and Harold Stanley
Warner Bros.
   was named after   
Jack Warner, Sam Warner, Harold Warner and Albert Warner
Alexander
   is a name shared by   
Jason, Jane, Sir Harold
Actor, Actress, British Field Marshal WWII
Danny Leiner
   directed   
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004)
Harold Ramis
   directed   
Caddyshack (1980)
Freaky Friday (2003)
   starred   
Jamie Lee Curtis, Lindsay Lohan and Harold Gould
Director: Mark S. Waters. Also starred Janet Choi, Chad Murray and Mark Harmon
Stripes (1981)
   starred   
Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and Warren Oates
Director: Ivan Reitman. Also starred P. J. Soles, Sean Young & John Candy
Harold and Maude (1971)
   has the last line:   
“Farewell, Harold. It's Been All Such Fun.”
Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? (1999)
   has the tagline   
When Punk Meets Disco
George Harold Sisler (1915-30)
   had the nickname   
“Georgeous George”
Harold Joseph Traynor (1920-37)
   had the nickname   
“Pie”
Harold Newhouser (1939-55)
   had the nickname   
“Prince Hal
Maude in the Film Harold and Maude (1971)
   is played by   
Ruth Gordon
Ray Stevens
   is the stage name of   
Harold Ray Ragsdale
American Country Music & Pop Singer, known for his novelty songs including 'The Streak'
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004)
   starred   
John Cho, Kal Penn and Paula Garcés
Director: Danny Leiner. Also starred Neil Patrick Harris, David Krumholtz & Eddie Kaye Thomas. Plot: Harold Lee (Cho) and Kumar Patel (Penn) are two stoners who end up getting the munchies.
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004)
   has the tagline   
Fast Food. High Times.
Rock Hudson
   is the stage name of   
Roy Harold Scherer Jr.
American film and television actor. 1925-1985
"Andrè Previn Plays Harold Arlen"
   was released by   
Andrè Previn
1962 - Best Jazz Instrumental Album
The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (19470
   starred   
Harold Lloyd, Jimmy Conlin and Raymond Walburn
Director: Preston Sturges. Also starred Rudy Vallee, Edgar Kennedy & Arline Judge. Plot: Twenty years after his triumphs as a freshman on the football field, Harold (Lloyd) is a mild-mannered clerk...
Gildersleeve on Broadway (1943)
   starred   
Harold Peary, Billie Burke and Claire Carleton
Director: Gordon Douglas. Also starred Richard LeGrand, Freddie Mercer & Hobart Cavanaugh. Plot: On a mission to New York, two women pursue Gildersleeve (Peary)...then his fiancée shows up.
Harold Fraser-Simpson
   composed   
The Maid of the Mountains (1917)
Harold Pinter
   was a   
Theatre Director
British Playwright, Director, Actor, Poet and Political Activist. He has been called the most influential and imitated playwright of his generation. In 2005 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. Pinter directed 27 theatre productions, including James Joyce's Exiles, David Mamet's Oleanna, 7 plays by Simon Gray and many of his own plays. As well as the Nobel Prize, Pinter received 19 honorary degrees and numerous other prizes and awards, including the French Légion d'honneur. b. 10 October 1930 (London, England) d. 24 December 2008 (London, England)
Harold Pinter
   was a   
Playwright
British Playwright, Director, Actor, Poet and Political Activist. He has been called the most influential and imitated playwright of his generation. In 2005 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Harold Ray Watson
   won the award for   
Peace and International Understanding
1985 Philippines based
Stripes (1983)
      
Bill Murray, John Candy and Harold Ramis
"Any of you guys call me Francis, and I'll kill ya."
Harold Clayton Urey
   won for   
Discovery of Heavy Hydrogen
1934
Robert F. Curl Jr., Sir Harold W. Kroto and Richard E. Smalley
   won for   
Discovery of Fullerenes
1996
Harold I
   was known as   
Harefoot
Named "Harefoot" for his speed, and the skill of his huntsmanship.
Harold II
   was known as   
Harold Godwinson
Harold was a son of Godwin, the Earl of Wessex, and his wife Gytha Thorkelsdóttir
Harold Johnson
   fought out of   
The U.S.A
Modern. Inducted 1993
Shadows Of Suspicion (1919)
   starrred   
Naomi Childers, Helen Lindroth and Harold Lockwood
Director: Edwin Carewe. Also starred Kenneth Keating, William Bailey & Bigelow Cooper
The character Oddjob was played by Harold Sakata
Goldfinger (1964)
Chariots of Fire (1981)
   is a film about   
Harold Abrahams
Academy Award winning film
Harold Brodkey
   wrote   
His Son in His Arms, in Light, Aloft
1976; Esquire
Harold Brodkey
   wrote   
A Story in an Almost Classical Mode
1975; The New Yorker
Harold Arlen
   was a/an   
Songwriter
Over 500 songs
Harold Macmillan
   is   

1957-1963
Harold Wilson
   is   

1964-1970, 1974-1976
Pizza Deliverance
   features   
Margo And Harold
Nursery Cryme
   featured   
Harold The Barrel
1971
Britain
   had a leader   
Harold Alexander
Field Marshal
Harold Ramis
   was an   
Actor
American actor, director, writer and comedian; best known for his roles in the "Ghostbusters" films






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