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... Robert Armstrong (November 20, 1890 – April 20, 1973) was an American film actor best remembered for his role as Carl Denham in the 1933 version of King Kong by RKO Pictures ... Sixteen years later, in 1949, Armstrong played a similar role as showman Max O'Hara in another giant ape movie, "Mighty Joe Young." In the 1950s, Armstrong appeared as Sheriff Andy Anderson on Rod Cameron's ... Armstrong made four guest appearances on Perry Mason during its nine-year run on CBS in 1961 he played the title character and murder victim Capt ...
... from competitive skiing following the 1988 World Cup season, Armstrong has led various humanitarian causes, including the Debbie Armstrong Say No to Alcohol and Drugs ... Debbie Armstrong developed her racing skills in the 1970s at the Alpental ski area at Snoqualmie Pass, an hour east of Seattle on I-90 ... The run "Debbie's Gold" and the "Armstrong's Express" high-speed quad chairlift are named for her ...
... Frank Alton Armstrong, Jr ... Armstrong commanded two B-17 Flying Fortress groups and a wing each of B-17 and B-29 Superfortresses in combat operations against both Germany and Japan ...
... Ordered Laid down Launched Trials Commissioned Decommissioned Afterward Armstrong type Armstrong Whitworth, Newcastle upon Tyne LOA 128.9m, LPP 121.9m, B 12.5m, D 4.1m 3550t (design), - 27kts ...
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“I am black: I am the incarnation of a complete fusion with the world, an intuitive understanding of the earth, an abandonment of my ego in the heart of the cosmos, and no white man, no matter how intelligent he may be, can ever understand Louis Armstrong and the music of the Congo.”
—Frantz Fanon (19251961)
“rather then men shall say we were hanged,
Let them report how we were slaine.”
—Unknown. Johnie Armstrong (l. 5152)
“There dwelt a man in faire Westmerland,
Jonnë Armestrong men did him call,
He had nither lands nor rents coming in,
Yet he kept eight score men in his hall.”
—Unknown. Johnie Armstrong (l. 14)