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10 Totally Unappreciated 'Star Wars' Droids
Not every 'Star Wars' droid gets the star treatment. Learn more about unappreciated droids at HowStuffWorks. See more »
Did Lucille Ball use her fillings to spy?
Lucille Ball claimed to have picked up music and Morse code with her fillings. But did she really work as a WWII spy? See more »
Do celebrities really die in threes?
You know what they say -- deaths come in threes, especially celebrity deaths. But is it true, learn about the celebrity death myth at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 Famous People Buried in Unmarked Graves
An unmarked grave isn't always a sign of poverty. Here are 10 famous people buried in unmarked graves from HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 Child Stars Who Grew Up Just Fine
Kid actors often grow up to find themselves perpetually in trouble. But these 10 came through young fame without becoming tabloid fodder. See more »
Elvis Presley Pictures
This photographic retrospective of Elvis Presley includes pictures from the defining moments of this legendary performer. See Elvis Presley pictures. See more »
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Real Names of 26 Vintage Film Stars
Vintage film stars did not always go by their real names. Read our list of 26 film stars and their actual names. See more »
Last Movies of 9 Noteworthy Stars
Deceased film stars are often remembered most for their final films. Read our list of nine noteworthy stars and their last films. See more »
12 Hollywood Celebrities Who Have Made Ads in Japan
Being featured in ads in Japan is one way for celebrities to make a buck. See our list of 12 hollywood celebrities who have made ads in Japan. See more »
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