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Who's This Ex-King from the 50's Who Ruled Over Vegas?

  • GIMME A HINT...

    His swiveling hips and silky voice made legions swoon in the 50's through 1977 when he finally "left the building" for the last time.

  • ANOTHER HINT...

    You could surf the wave on his hairdo and later on his sideburns were their own mutton farm. Not just a singer, but also star of many films and Vegas shows...

  • OKAY TELL ME WHO...

    This is "Elvis Presley Cow. The King. One of the most celebrated singers of all time.

Who's This Other Ex-King Who Ruled Over Pop?

  • GIMME A HINT..

    Known as the King of Pop, he earned early fame as a child singing with his brothers. Moonwalked across stages around the world until 2009...

  • ANOTHER HINT...

    His 1982 album Thriller is the best selling album of all time. Over the years his nose shrank and his hair grew longer...

  • OKAY TELL ME WHO...

    This is Michael Jackson Cow. Winner of 13 Grammy Awards as well as a Grammy Legend Award. Many of his other albums are all-time top sellers.

Who's This Outspoken Screen Diva from the 20th Century?

  • GIMME A HINT..

    She won an Academy Award for Morning Glory in 1933 and acted opposite Humphrey Bogart in the African Queen...

  • ANOTHER HINT...

    Funny, tough & outspoken, she wore trousers before it was fashionable for women to do so. Starred with Henry Fonda in On Golden Pond.

  • OKAY TELL ME WHO...

    This is Katharine Hepburn Cow, one of the greatest &most versatile actresses of the 20th Century.

Copyright © 2014  Dale R. Cody All Rights Reserved. **Disclaimer: This is purely a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.