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Robert Jones - Sports - Football
... Robert Albert Jones (1864–1925), Druids F.C ... and Wales international footballer Robert Jones (footballer born 1868) (1868–1939), Everton, Ardwick and Wales international footballer Robert H ... Jones (1902–1989), football goalkeeper who played for Bolton Wanderers and Cardiff City in the 1920s and 1930s Robert Reuben Jones (born 1902), football outside right ...
1984 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1984
... Arnold Schwarzenegger, Wilt Chamberlain, Grace Jones, Olivia d'Abo The Coolangatta Gold - (Australia) Le Cop, starring Philippe Noiret - (France) The Cotton Club, directed by Francis Ford Coppola ... Spain) The Hotel New Hampshire, directed by Tony Richardson, starring Rob Lowe, Jodie Foster, Nastassja Kinski, Beau Bridges, Matthew Modine I Iceman, directed by ... the Brooklyn Bridge, starring Elliott Gould, Shelley Winters, Sid Caesar Oxford Blues, starring Rob Lowe, Ally Sheedy, Gail Strickland P-Q Paris ...
Radio Luxembourg (English) - Second Commercial Era - 1968–1988 - Programmes
1100 pm – Sunday's Top 20's – with Barry Alldis and Rob Jones ... of the Giants Top 30 Airplay Top 30 Disco – with Rob Jones and Benny Brown ... Daily Mirror Rock and Pop Club Top 30 UK Top 30 Albums – with Rob Jones and Barry Alldis ...
Soccer AM - Fans of The Week - The Car Park Game
... "Rob Jones" (1996–1998) – A round target with a head shot photo of Liverpool defender Rob Jones glued onto it ... Each week Tim would joke 'because Rob Jones hasn't scored for Liverpool in the 2/3/4/5 seasons he's been playing for them' ...

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