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Karen Black and Kris Kristofferson were photographed together in 1972, when they co-starred in Cisco Pike, a saga of drug-ruined rockers and crooked cops. John Springer Collection/CORBIS hide caption

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Joan Collins, John Forsythe and Linda Evans at a party celebrating the production of 150 episodes of Dynasty in 1986. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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In a scene from Friends' eighth season, Joey (Matt LeBlanc) and Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) react to Rachel's pending pregnancy. The birth of the baby was a major plot point of the Emmy-winning season of the series. Warner Bros. Televison hide caption

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This photo provided by Twentieth Century Fox shows Andres The Giant, top, Mandy Patinkin, center, and Wallace Shawn in The Princess Bride. AP hide caption

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George Maharis (left) played Buz Murdock alongside Martin Milner as Tod Stiles in Route 66, two men driving across America in search of home. Shout! Factory hide caption

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Shemp Howard (at left) is seen in an undated studio handout photo with actor Emil Sitka (second from left) and the other two then-Stooges, Larry Fine and Moe Howard. AP/Ventura County Star hide caption

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From left, Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas), Jim (Jason Biggs), Stifler (Seann William Scott), Oz (Chris Klein) and Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) are back, together again for their 13-year high school reunion. Hopper Stone/Universal Pictures hide caption

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In this photo released by Warner Brothers Pictures, actors portraying the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are photographed on the observation deck of the Empire State Building in New York in 2007, prior to the release of the feature film TMNT. Marion Curtis/AP hide caption

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In Nov. 2001, Petula Clark took to Washington Square Park with performers from downtown theater and dance companies, singing her iconic "Downtown" to kick off an effort to energize lower Manhattan in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks. Clark will play her first New York cabaret engagement in decades starting Jan. 24 at Feinstein's. Scott Gries/Getty Images hide caption

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