Talent

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HE CAN DANCE A LITTLE Fred Astaire was without dispute one of the top singers, dancers, and actors of all time. In ‘Top Hat,’ ‘Swing Time,’ ‘Holiday Inn,’ and other famous movies, he danced and crooned his way into people’s hearts worldwide. But in 1932, when Astaire was starting out, a Hollywood talent judge wrote …

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A FULL VOICE President Theodore Roosevelt sang bass, but did not do so with any particular accomplishment. But he loved to use his deep resonate voice to sing. He was once telling a group of his friends how much he was looking forward to heaven. He envisioned a great host singing in heaven. He told …

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LITERARY LIP Artemus Ward says: “Chaucer had talent, but he couldn’t spell.” H.L. Mencken says: “Hamlet has been played by over 5,000 actors — no wonder he’s crazy.” James Thurber says: “It’s better to have loafed and lost than never to have loafed at all.” From America, June 6

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