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Cyber-Cat - K - King Tut
... Further reading King Tut on DC Database, an external wiki, a DC Comics wiki King Tut at the Comic Book DB King Tut at the Grand Comics Database King Tut is a supervillain in the DC universe ... Within the context of the stories, King Tut is an alias created by Egyptologist Victor Goodman to murder the wealthy of Gotham City ...
Guy Tutwiler
... Guy Isbel Tutwiler (July 17, 1889 – August 15, 1930), nicknamed "King Tut," was a Major League Baseball player who played two seasons with the Detroit Tigers (1911, 1913) ... Born in Coalburg, Alabama, "King Tut" Tutwiler played in 27 major league games, including 14 at first base, 6 at second base, and 3 in the outfield ... In his major league career, King Tut Tutwiler had a batting average of.203 with 16 hits, 7 runs scored, 10 runs batted in, 6 walks, 12 doubles, 2 stolen bases, and 1 triple ...
Steve Martin - Career - Early Career – Stand-up
... The album ends with the song "King Tut", sung and written by Martin and backed by the "Toot Uncommons", members of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band ... The song came out during the King Tut craze that accompanied the popular traveling exhibit of the Egyptian king's tomb artifacts ... Martin performed "King Tut" on the April 22, 1978, edition of SNL ...
King Tut's Wah Wah Hut - History
... King Tut's was founded, in the centre of Glasgow, by the DF Concerts boss Stuart Clumpas, who wanted to create a platform for promoting bands at club level, showcasing ... as claiming "you haven't made it unless you've played Tut's" ... The appeal and popularity of King Tut's has been credited to "its consistency and dedication to bringing a cross-section of different styles to Glasgow's doorstep" Others who have played gigs at King Tut's ...

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