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Have you ever wondered who came up with the concept of Mr. Ed? A lot of friends believe it was probably from the post World War II film series starring Francis the Talking Mule and Donald O’Connor.  It seems that Francis was the real star of the series and O’Connor went along for a ride as sidekick for most of them.

Ever wonder where they found the dog to play Toto opposite Judy Carland in The Wizard of Oz?  Did you realize that Betty Boop started out as a dog character, herself? It’s fascinating.

You probably know a horse by the name of Golden Cloud by another title. beyond that, there is a controversy about whether the original Cheeta of the Tarzan series is still alive and selling chimp-painted art!  

Read about all these and the shocking TRUTH ABOUT LEMMINGS at

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