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April 4, 1992
How much money should President Bush be sending to the Commonwealth of Independent States? At least as much as he sent to Iraq. F.G. KAYE Los Angeles
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December 1, 1997 | JAN HERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The actor playing Anna in "The King and I" need not be a singer. Consider Gertrude Lawrence, who originated the role in 1951 on Broadway. She was not much of a singer. Nor was Deborah Kerr, whose songs in the 1956 film version of the Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein musical were dubbed by Marni Nixon. In fact, the show is famous for making a star out of that least of singers, Yul Brynner, who not only originated the role of the King of Siam but seemed to make it his life's work.
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December 1, 1997 | JAN HERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The actor playing Anna in "The King and I" need not be a singer. Consider Gertrude Lawrence, who originated the role in 1951 on Broadway. She was not much of a singer. Nor was Deborah Kerr, whose songs in the 1956 film version of the Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein musical were dubbed by Marni Nixon. In fact, the show is famous for making a star out of that least of singers, Yul Brynner, who not only originated the role of the King of Siam but seemed to make it his life's work.
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April 4, 1992
How much money should President Bush be sending to the Commonwealth of Independent States? At least as much as he sent to Iraq. F.G. KAYE Los Angeles
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May 27, 1999
TODAY 10am-6:30pm Last Chance "Armani, Amazonia, RuPaul and Klein: Creating Identity," an exhibit examining the roles that clothing, jewelry, insignia and body modification play in creating identity and establishing status, closes Saturday at the Cal State Fullerton Anthropology Museum.
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