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Ronald Reagan poses for a sculpture class at USC as an example of “ideal male physique”, 1940

Ronald Reagan, 1940's

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Bonnie and Clyde.

Jose Iturbi Lucille Ball Harpo Marx and Fred Astaire rehearsing the routine they will put on for troops during the WWII USO tour

When Ronald Reagan was born, his father John said, "He looks like a fat little Dutchman. But who knows, he might grow up to be president some day."

Don Knotts was born Jesse Donald Knotts on July 21, 1924 in Morgantown, West Virginia. His first stint as an entertainer was as a ventriloquist. He briefly attended college, but enlisted in the Army upon WWII. The 19-year-old soldier was assigned to the Special Services Branch where he entertained the troops. Those in charge insisted that most of his work be with Danny, his dummy. Knotts had other plans; so, when they set sail, he left Danny on the beach and reported him missing in action.

Ernest Hemingway, center, photographed for the Oak Park High School football team November 1915

Barack Obama with his basketball team at the Punahou School in 1977