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TCU coach Gary Patterson best rebounder in college football


KUsports (blog) - Oct 18, 2017
TCU coach Gary Patterson yells from the sideline during the first half of TCU's game against Grambling State on Sept. 8 in Fort Worth, Texas. College football has more awards than Alibi Ike had excuses. One day someone will come up with the idea for ...
 

Hillary Clinton's Sympathy Tour Full of Excuses


Newsmax - Sep 16, 2017
Hillary is simply the 'Alibi Ike' of presidential candidates. Maybe even of all candidates, past and present. For a brief period of time I thought just maybe she saw the irony in trumpeting a defeat tour and that's why she included two stops in ...
 

As Dame Vera Lynn turns 100, meet the other stars who lived to the age


Irish Independent - Mar 17, 2017
Born in Japan to British parents, she first appeared on the big screen in 1935 as Dolly Stevens in Alibi Ike. She made a number of television appearances and often worked on several movie titles a year until her last TV movie role as Aunt Bessie ...
 

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Alibi Ike - Hotel California


Alibi Ike in café Den Deugniet, 15 oktober 2011.
 

Lux Radio Theater - Alibi Ike with Joe E. Brown, Helen Chandler (April 19, 1937)


Lux Radio Theater, a long-run classic radio anthology series, was broadcast on the NBC Blue Network (1934-35); CBS (1935-54) and NBC (1954-55). Initially, the series adapted Broadway plays...
 

LUX RADIO THEATER PRESENTS: ALIBI IKE WITH JOE E BROWN


 

Alibi Ike - No One Knows (2)


Alibi Ike in café Den Deugniet, 15 oktober 2011.
 

Lux Radio Theater - Alibi Ike, with Joe E. Brown, Helen Chandler (April 19, 1937)


Lux Radio Theater, a long-run classic radio anthology series, was broadcast on the NBC Blue Network (1934-35); CBS (1935-54) and NBC (1954-55). Initially, the series adapted Broadway plays...