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Hara-Kiri (magazine) - Hara-Kiri Hebdo Becomes Charlie Hebdo
... Charlie Hebdo was started immediately afterwards ... Charlie in the title refers to general de Gaulle (said Georges Wolinski) but it was the name of another magazine from Éditions du Square Charlie Mensuel ...
Schroeder (Peanuts) - Portrayals
... Chris Doran first voiced Schroeder in animation, in 1965's A Charlie Brown Christmas ... since then have portrayed Schroeder including Todd Barbee, who also voiced Charlie Brown from 1973 to 1974 ... The musical You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown featured Skip Hinnant as Schroeder in the 1967 original off-Broadway Production, and Stanley Wayne Mathis in the 1999 Broadway Revival ...
Charlie - Other Uses
... Viet Cong (VC) soldiers were known in military slang as "Charlie", short for "Victor Charlie" (VC) Charlie (parrot) (born 1899), name of a pet possibly owned by Winston Churchill Charlie (skeleto ... Roberts Award, nicknamed Charlie, an award in war-gaming Charlie (fragrance), a line of women's and men's fragrances Charlie, the chef mascot for British ...
I Stand Alone (Al Kooper Album) - Personnel
... piano, organ, ondioline, guitars, vocals, orchestrations Wayne Moss, Jerry Kennedy and "Big" Charlie Daniels guitar Charlie McCoy electric bass, orchestrations Ken Buttrey drums The Blossoms backing ...
Charlie Class Submarine
... The Charlie class submarine was a nuclear powered cruise missile submarine built for the Soviet Navy and later operated by the Russian Navy ... All Charlie I/II class submarines are decommissioned ... One Charlie was used for testing an Oniks missile ...

Famous quotes containing the word charlie:

    We [actors] are indeed a strange lot! There are times we doubt that we have any emotions we can honestly call our own. I have approached every dynamic scene change in my life the same way. When I married Charlie MacArthur, I sat down and wondered how I could play the best wife that ever was.... My love for him was the truest thing in my life; but it was still important that I love him with proper effect, that I act loving him with great style, that I achieve the ultimate in wifedom.
    Helen Hayes (1900–1993)