50 famous 'D' people

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American actor in the films 'Apocalypse Now' and 'The Godfather I & II'
American bank robber in depression-era USA killed in a shoot-out in Chicago 1934
American actress in the films 'Bonnie and Clyde' and 'Chinatown'
The late Princess of Wales, 1961-97
American actor, star of the films 'Spartacus' and 'Lust for Life'
Naturalist and author of 'On the Origin of the Species'
Scottish inventor, one of the founders of the rubber company that bears his name
British novelist and short story writer who wrote 'James and the Giant Peach' and 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'
Knighted Elizabethan mariner, privateer and circumnavigator
American singer-songwriter known for the songs ' Sweet Caroline' and 'Song Sung Blue'
French novelist of 'The Count of Monte Cristo' and 'The Three Musketeers'
Leading the first bomber attack on Japan by the U.S. in 1942 earned this man the Medal of Honor
American actor in the films 'The Aviator' and 'Titanic'
French composer famous for 'Claire de Lune' and 'Afternoon of a Fawn'
Russian author of 'Crime and Punishment' and 'The Brothers Karamazov'
Head of the RAF during the Battle of Britain 1940
British chemist and inventor of a miner's safety lamp, 1778-1829
Jewish 19th century British PM who said, 'I have climbed to the top of the greasy pole'
English author of 'Oliver Twist' and 'A Tale of Two Cities'
Italian poet best known for 'The Divine Comedy'
American actress who won Best Actress Academy Awards for 'To Each His Own' and 'The Heiress'
French philosopher famous for 'I think, therefore I am'
Canadian singer of 'My Heart Will Go On' from the film 'Titanic', best-selling Canadian artist of all time,
King of ancient Persia defeated at the Battle of Marathon 490 BC
Portuguese mariner, first to round the tip of southernmost Africa 1488
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Name of a vampire created by Bram Stoker
American film director of 'The Ten Commandments', 'Cleopatra', and 'The Greatest Show on Earth'
Ancient Greek philosopher who lived in a barrel and went about with a lantern in daylight searching for an honest man
Character in Greek myth who sat on a throne beneath a sword suspended by a single hair
Panamanian boxer who held world titles at four different weights, nicknamed 'Hands of Stone'
English sailor, first to to explore or map parts of western Australia and New Guinea in 1700
American actor, star of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' film series
Member of a priestly class in ancient Celtic Britain, Ireland, and Gaul
American film actor in the films 'Rebel Without a Cause' and 'East of Eden'
King of Scotland 1034-40, killed by Macbeth
American vocalist and guitarist known for his technical innovations, including his trademark rectangular guitar
English author of Robinson Crusoe
Builder of the world's first iron bridge on the River Severn England in 1789
Favourite and alleged lover of Elizabeth I
World heavyweight boxing champion 1919-1926
Spanish surrealist painter of 'The Persistence of Memory'
American film producer and director of animated films such as 'Snow White' and 'Sleeping Beauty'
Flemish artist most famous for his portraits of Charles I of England and his family
American guitarist and singer of the songs 'Take Me Home, Country Roads' and 'Annie's Song'
Second King of the united Kingdom of Israel
19th-century maker of small pocket pistols, originally a single-shot pistol
American reclusive female poet 1830-86 who's works were published posthumously
American musician famous for 'Like A Rollin' Stone' and 'Blowin' in the Wind'
American jazz musician and trumpeter, composer of 'Birth Of Cool' and 'Kind Of Blue'
British author and creator of Sherlock Holmes

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