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Chevy Chase
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Chevy Chase: (born 1942 as Cornelius Crane Chase), American comedian and movie actor, former cast member of the television series "Saturday Night Live"
Chicago
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Chicago: Largest city in the state of Illinois (USA) short river in Chicago (USA) 1927 movie produced by Cecil B. DeMille name of a U.S. musical first performed in 1975
Chitlin Circuit
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Chitlin Circuit: Series of small nightclubs that were located throughout the USA and hosted many famous black and Motown musicians (most have since closed down)
Choralist
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Choralist: A singer or composer of chorals.
Chorist
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Chorist: A singer in a choir a chorister. [R.]
Chorister
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Chorister: One of a choir a singer in a chorus. Dryden. One who leads a choir in church music. [U. S.]
Christopher Walken
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Christopher Walken: (born 1943) American movie actor, winner of the 1978 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "The Deer Hunter"
Chuck Berry
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Chuck Berry: (born 1926) famous African American guitarist and songwriter who is considered a pioneer of rock and roll music
Cin
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Cin: (French) cinematheque, movie theater that specializes in showing high quality or avant-garde films
Cineast
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Cineast: Film or movie enthusiast, movie buff filmmaker, one who produces or directs motion pictures, moviemaker
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