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Yes! It's estimated that the 3-point seatbelt has saved tens of thousands of lives.

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Cool. Remembered seeing the onboard video od the Lincoln Town Car that didn't have one.

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This one was about mass casualties in medieval times.


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That was quick.

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NUMBER GAMES

If you had a standard deck of 52 playing cards, and the burning desire to do something no other human has ever done, you could simply do this.

***BEEP BEEP BEEP***

What is "shuffle". Mathematicians have calculated the odds of duplicating any given shuffle of 52 cards as so astronomical, that in all liklihood no specific order has ever been repeated more than once in the history of mankind, and likely never will be. Every single shuffle results in a new and unique order.

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THE LAW

In Switzerland, it is illegal to own just one of these, but two or more is pefectly acceptable.



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ENTERTAINMENT
This individual is a behind the scenes person in Hollywood, but if you watched TV in the 70's and 80's, you almost certainly know the name. Today is a special day for our mystery subject.




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Who is Lorne Michaels (whose birthday is today)?



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Happy Birthday to Lorne (and to our mystery guest), but that is not correct.

In my opinion, this person is more behind the scenes than LM. I doubt you could find a quote attributed to the subject. You will however, find a couple of acting credits - if you look back far enough to the 50's.

There are over 1000 entries in IMDB for birthdays today, so I need to give you a bit more.

Here's another hint - unisex first name.

More hints - Lifetime Achievement Oscar.
Also, slightly amending the original answer/hint.

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This individual is a behind the scenes person in Hollywood, but if you watched TV in the 70's and 80's 60's thru 90's, you almost certainly know have seen the name - if you pay attention during the credits.

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Last clue before I hang it up for the night.

Our mystery guest is active on both the small screen as well as the big one. Credits include:

Casualties of War
Weekend At Bernie's
Dragnet (the Tom Hanks version)
9 1/2 Weeks
The Thorn Birds
Tootsie
Hart to Hart
TJ Hooker
Flying Leathernecks
Fantasy Island
Roots
Welcome Back, Kotter
Harold & Maude
Fiddler on the Roof
They Call Me Mr Tibbs!
Death Valley Days
Rat Patrol
Hogans Heroes
The Cowboys
Deliverance
Rollerball
Silver Streak
Black Sunday
Coming Home
Convoy
The Rose
Superman
Being There
Combat!
Gunsmoke
My Favorite Martian
The Untouchables
In the Heat of the Night

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*** BEEP BEEP BEEP ***

Who is Lynn Stalmaster?

Stalmaster got his first job in show business as an actor, appearing in the war movies The Steel Helmet (1951) and The Flying Leathernecks (1951). He also acted in the TV series Big Town but soon became involved in the casting department of the same show. Stalmaster established himself quickly as a solid casting director, finding steady work in both television and motion pictures. The name Lynn Stalmaster became well known especially to cinema-goers of the 1970s, when he was credited with casting more than 60 movies of the decade.


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Originally split into three pieces with three different flavors: chocolate, vanilla and strawberry, this candy went all chocolate during WWII.




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THE MOVIES

With over 800 on-screen deaths, this movie holds the record for highest body count in film history. Move over, John Wick!



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THE MOVIES

With over 800 on-screen deaths, this movie holds the record for highest body count in film history. Move over, John Wick!

Here’s what occurs to me:
What is [I]The Ten Commandments?]/I]


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No, but it is a similar epic movie.



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No, but it is a similar epic movie.

That would lead me to guess:
What is Ben Hur?


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It's actually a newer epic.



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