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Charles C. Smith - Sports - Other Sports
... Charles Smith (sailor) (1889–1969), American sailor who competed in the 1932 Summer Olympics Charles Sydney Smith (1876–1951), British three times Olympic water polo champion Charlie Smith (wide ... Smith (boxer) (1860?–1924), African American boxer ...
1987 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1987
... Maryam d'Abo, Joe Don Baker - (U.K.) The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne, starring Maggie Smith and Bob Hoskins - (U.K.) Long Gone, starring William Petersen, Virginia ... Wasson and Heather Langenkamp No Man's Land, starring Charlie Sheen, D ... II Nerds in Paradise with Robert Carradine and Courtney Thorne-Smith RoboCop, directed by Paul Verhoeven, starring Peter Weller and Nancy Allen Roxanne, directed by Fred Schepisi, starring ...
Charlie Smith (centenarian)
... Charlie Smith (allegedly July 4, 1842 – October 5, 1979) was a centenarian noted for claiming to be the oldest person in the United States, although his claim has since been debunked ... Smith stated that he had been born in Liberia in 1842 and kidnapped to the United States at age 12 and sold into slavery in Louisiana to a Texas rancher ... Smith listed in the 1900 census as 21, suggesting he could have been only 100 years old ...
Charles Smith - Sports - Other Sports
... Charles Smith (sailor) (1889–1969), American sailor who competed in the 1932 Summer Olympics Charles Sydney Smith (1876–1951), British three times Olympic water polo champion Charlie Smith (wid ... Smith (boxer) (1860?–1924), African American boxer ...

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