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GAA Football & Hurling
Tipperary man in 49th season playing for his club05 July 2017 Clonoulty-Rossmore GAA's Richard Dick Martin before his club's co
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 20 days ago
05 July 2017 Clonoulty-Rossmore GAA's Richard Dick Martin before his club's county junior B hurling championship victory over Lattin-Cullen at Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary. Pic via Clonoulty Rossmore... Read more
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Daily Mail
Inside Johnny Cash's drug-fueled 1960s despair and comebackspotlight. By 1972 he was huge, appearing on Rowan & Martin's Laugh In and posi
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
spotlight. By 1972 he was huge, appearing on Rowan & Martin's Laugh In and posing backstage with Dan Rowan (second left), Dick Martin (second right), and Marty Klein, with Holiff in the center. Going solo: Johnny Cash and Saul Holiff's business... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Laugh-In's silliness still fun, even for those born after '73the tune of "Holiday for Strings." Each episode started off with an introducti
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
the tune of "Holiday for Strings." Each episode started off with an introduction by straight man Dan Rowan and dim-witted Dick Martin. From there, it tumbled down into chaotic nuttiness that would include recurring characters, sketches and jokes... Read more
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The Washington Times
Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In: The Complete Series reviewtwo Golden Globe awards. Hosted by the chain-smoking straight man Dan Rowan (p
The Washington Times / Posted 27 days ago
two Golden Globe awards. Hosted by the chain-smoking straight man Dan Rowan (puffing away on the air, yes) and wiseacre Dick Martin, the show featured a talented, fluid cast of lunatics led by Artie Johnson, Ruth Buzzi, Lily Tomlin, Jo Anne... Read more
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CBC.ca
'Young, tough and determined': The intrepid diplomats who brought 70,000 Vietnamese boat people to Canadalike "how people got pushed off boats and drowned. We heard from women about be
CBC.ca / Posted 30 days ago
like "how people got pushed off boats and drowned. We heard from women about being raped." Gerry Campell (left) and Dick Martin (right) worked with three Vietnamese interpreters in Pulau Tenga, Malaysia. (Gerry Campbell) Molloy recalls,... Read more

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