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“When he seized power way back in 1969, he was young and very handsome, with movie-star good looks, and an ardent reformist.”
“He says the technique he used to create her wig is the same one he has used to build a successful business providing "regular wigs, movie-star wigs and hair pieces" to his high-end clients, which include men.”
“He had movie-star good looks with that honey-streaked brown hair and soft green eyes.”
““Marjorie continues to be an unusual and darling human being,” he wrote, adding that the situation was not particularly hopeful as there was a long line of suitors “all wolves” beating a path to her door ahead of him, including a tall, young United Press reporter named Al Ravenholt who was movie-star handsome.”
“In an interview in August, Mr. Schwarzenegger, who at age 63 still projects movie-star charisma, conceded that he did not streamline government as much as he had hoped.”
“His face was one of those movie-star faces, eyes hidden behind dark sunglasses with silver frames.”
“Life was always presenting one with movie-star moments, only to jerk them away.”
“* Mitt Romney: The former Massachusetts governor often gets compared to Reagan because of his movie-star good looks.”
“Such problems are only compounded with a figure like the sculptor and painter Amedeo Modigliani 1884-1920, whose movie-star good looks, wild life among the Modernist milieu of Montparnasse and early tragic death have always threatened to engulf his achievements.”
“Humble and introspective enough to focus more on pursuing meaningful roles than cultivating a movie-star aura, in reality he was a quiet man, an ardent pacifist and a campaigner for civil rights.”
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