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Mary Shelley....Born on this day in 1797.


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Edgar Rice Burroughs: Born September 1, 1875.

Ray called Burroughs, “the most influential writer, bar none, of our century. By giving romance and adventure to a whole generation of boys, Burroughs caused them to go out and decide to become special. I've talked to more biochemists and more astronomers and technologists in various fields, who, when they were ten years old, fell in love with John Carter and Tarzan and decided to become something romantic. Burroughs put us on the moon.”


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Happy 90th birthday, Sid Caesar!

Happy birthday, Peter Sellers!


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William Sydney Porter (Born: September 11, 1862) Better known by his pen name O. Henry


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Happy birthday, Barry White! You wuz da man!

Time: 4:51.


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Today would have been the 61st birthday of my pastor who passed away nearly two years ago. I am still upset and reserve my rage and contempt for all the "just forget him" types who don't even give credit to those who remember.
 
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Happy 96th, Mr Dahl! Roald is a good word.



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Happy 105, Fay Wray!


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Happy 88, Lauren Bacall!


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Ok, Steve, I have to get to bed, but happy early birthday! Sixty-five on 21 September!


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H. G. Wells: 1866


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"Ray Charles" Robinson: 1930
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Happy 92, Mickey Rooney! I want to work with you.


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Happy 77, Killer!


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A man who helped a young Ray get his first story published in a mainstream publication:
Born 1924: Truman Capote (They are now neighbors for eternity)


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