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Boswell: Family name James Boswell (1740-1795), Scottish author and biographer of Samuel Johnson general term for any person who is a dedicated and faithful biographer o
Boyz N the Hood
Boyz N the Hood: 1991 Academy Award winning movie about growing up in gang-ridden urban Los Angeles (directed by John Singleton)
Branagh: Family name Kenneth Branagh (born 1960), famous British actor and film director (famous for his film renditions of Shakespearean plays)
Brand: To burn a distinctive mark into or upon with a hot iron, toindicate quality, ownership, etc., or to mark as infamous (as aconvict). To put an actual distinctive ma
Brando: Family name Marlon Brando (1924-2004) American movie actor known for his performance in "The Godfather" and the controversial "Last Tango in Paris"
Breme: Fierce sharp severe cruel. [Obs.] Spenser.From the septentrion cold, in the breme freezing air. Drayton. Famous 6. renowned 7. well known. Wright. [Written also br
Bridge over the River Kwaii
Bridge over the River Kwaii: Name of a movie about prisoners of war in World War II
Brigitte Bardot
Brigitte Bardot: (born in 1934) famous French actress and model
Broderick: Family name Matthew Broderick (born 1962), American movie actor (known for his roles in "War Games" and "Ferris Buellers Day Off")
Bruce Lee
Bruce Lee: (1941-1973) U.S. actor born in San Francisco (California) and grew up in Hong Kong who was an expert in kung fu (considered to be the greatest martial arts mo
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