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Can you name the 40 Famous Eds, Eddies, Edwards, Edgars & Edmunds, etc?

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Known ForName
Pearl Jam lead singer
Mayor of New York City from 1978-1989
1968 Democratic Vice Presidential nominee
TV Variety host who introduced America to the Beatles
TV's Lou Grant
Hall of Fame first baseman who played for the Orioles, Dodgers, Mets, Indians and Angels from 1977 to 1997
Wally Cleaver's smart-mouthed best friend
New Zealand mountaineer and one of the first to conquer Mount Everest
Country-Pop singer who had the hits 'I Love A Rainy Night' and 'Suspicions'
'Tonight Show' announcer/sidekick from 1962-1992
French Realist/Impressionist Painter (1832-1883) whose works include 'Le déjeuner sur l'herbe (The Luncheon on the Grass)'
1950s cult filmaker & subject of 1994 Tim Burton film
Seattle Mariners all time leader in games played, hits, runs and RBIs
Vaudeville and radio star known as 'Banjo Eyes' and who had sign-off line “I love to spend each Sunday with you'
Pop singer who's exes include Debbie Reynolds, Connie Stevens and Elizabeth Taylor
Freighter that sunk in Lake Superior on November 10, 1975
American author who created 'Tarzan'
Ventriloquist who brought Charlie McCarthy to life
1954 Academy Award nominee and star of TV's 'Green Acres'
Rocker married to Valerie Bertinelli from 1981-2007
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Pro Wrestler who used the gimmick 'Latino Heat'
English composer known for 'Pomp and Circumstance Marches' (1901) and 'Land of Hope and Glory' (1902)
Country music singer (1918-2008) who had the hits 'Make the World Go Away', 'The Cattle Call' and 'Boquet of Roses'
Television news pioneer and host of the CBS series 'See It Now'
Seattle based Clothing chain specializing in outerwear
Hall of Fame American Thoroughbred horse racing jockey and the only twice winner of the US triple crown
Played Al Bundy on 'Married With Children'
Rocker who had the #1 hit instrumental hit 'Frankenstein' in 1972
Four time Academy award nominee whose films include 'The Rock' and 'Appaloosa''
Writer of 'The Fall of the House of Usher' and 'The Tell-tale Heart'
The Daily Show comedian who starred in 'The Hangover'
Star of 'American History X' and 'The Incredible Hulk'
Pop-Rock singer with the hits 'Two Tickets To Paradise' and 'Take Me Home Tonight'
Demcratic Massachusetts Senator from 1962-2009
Cartoon Network series that ran from 1999-2009
Guyanese musician who had the 1983 pop hit 'Electric Avenue'
Hall of Fame third baseman who played 15 seasons for the Boston / Milwaukee / Atlanta Braves (1952–1966)
Singer who had the 1998 Pop hit 'I'll Be'
Director of the FBI from 1935 to 1972
Star of 'Beverly Hills Cop' and 'Doctor Dolittle'

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