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Dr. John Greenwood.

Dr. John Greenwood.

Richard Burton. Wonderful voice, especially as 1st Voice in Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood.

Richard Burton. Wonderful voice, especially as 1st Voice in Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood.

David Beckham said of the new campaign: 'I loved shooting the first campaign with Kevin for H&M so much, we just had to do a sequel. This time we've pushed the story even further. I hope everyone likes it, we certainly enjoyed filming it'

David Beckham and Kevin Hart in new spoof H&M campaign

David Beckham said of the new campaign: 'I loved shooting the first campaign with Kevin for H&M so much, we just had to do a sequel. This time we've pushed the story even further. I hope everyone likes it, we certainly enjoyed filming it'

Two charming chaps a quick snap of brothers just before the ceremony. #fieldphotographicportraits #merv_spencer #wedding #groom #bestman | From Field Photographic Portrait Studio | http://ift.tt/20TBije

Two charming chaps a quick snap of brothers just before the ceremony. #fieldphotographicportraits #merv_spencer #wedding #groom #bestman | From Field Photographic Portrait Studio | http://ift.tt/20TBije

Army mugshot of Elvis from the late 1950s.

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Buster Keaton. Dashing looks, a creative mind, a daredevil and an athlete, he chose to make people laugh and feel happy. That is my go-to illustration of cool.

Buster Keaton. Dashing looks, a creative mind, a daredevil and an athlete, he chose to make people laugh and feel happy. That is my go-to illustration of cool.

Oliver Postgate creator of The Clangers, Bagpuss, Noggin the Nog, Poggles wood, Ivor the engine and many more. I love him.

Oliver Postgate creator of The Clangers, Bagpuss, Noggin the Nog, Poggles wood, Ivor the engine and many more. I love him.

Colin Morgan  Next Sunday’s House of Fraser Bafta TV awards rounds off another fantastic year for British talent. Here we celebrate the brightest stars with a portfolio of portraits by Jonathan Birch

Colin Morgan Next Sunday’s House of Fraser Bafta TV awards rounds off another fantastic year for British talent. Here we celebrate the brightest stars with a portfolio of portraits by Jonathan Birch

James Robertson Justice - (June 15, 1907 - July 2, 1975) popular character actor of the 1940s-60s, reportedly fluent in 20 languages. Had an impressive baritone.

James Robertson Justice - (June 15, 1907 - July 2, 1975) popular character actor of the 1940s-60s, reportedly fluent in 20 languages. Had an impressive baritone.

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