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American Hero a.k.a. Kurt Angle: Kurt Steven Angle is an American professional wrestler, amateur wrestler, actor and 1996 Olympic gold medalist.
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- "American Hero" a.k.a. "Wag the Dog": American Hero is a 1993 satirical conspiracy theory novel, reissued as Wag the Dog: A Novel in 2004, written by Larry Beinhart. It speculated that Operation Desert Storm had been scripted and choreographed as a ploy to get George H.W. Bush reelected to a second term, while at the same time analyzing exactly why that conflict had been so popular. The book formed the inspiration and basis for the 1997 film, Wag the Dog.
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- "American Hero" is a play by Bess Wohl.
"American Hero" is a film.
- starring: Sage Stallone as Price
- genres: Action Film, Comedy, Adventure Film
"American Hero" is a musical album of Mike Bloomfield.
- released on (16 years ago)
American Hero is a 2014 theater production of the play by Bess Wohl.
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Intersections of the Textual and the Visual in American Cultural Practices by John R. Leo, Marek Paryz
JUSTYNAWIERZCHOWSKA UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW THE DARK NIGHT OF THE DARK KNIGHT: THE FROZEN DYNAMICS OF BATMAN'S IDENTITY The American hero is a key element in American culture. Historically speaking, this has usually been a “common man”: white, taciturn, experiencing strong feelings inside, but never showing them on the outside, with an ambivalent attitude towards women (serious stuff is dealt with among men only), a warrant of America's capability ...
The 100 Most Important American Financial Crises: An Encyclopedia of the Lowest Points in American Economic History (2014)
by Quentin R. Skrabec Jr.
Grant: American Hero, American Myth. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2009. 1873—Panic. and. Global. Depression.
by John Kenneth Muir
The Greatest American Hero bucked that historical trend, and despite its focus on humor, seriously advanced the reputation of superhero programming on television. Also refreshing was the fact that Ralph learned about different powers in various episodes, rather than becoming a great and ac- complished superhero all at once. In “Here's Looking at You, ...
by Peter Karsten
Sergeant York: An American Hero.
by Lyle Spatz
by Jane Leavy; Matty: An American Hero, by Ray Robinson; Stan Musial: An American Life, by George Vecsey; Satchel: The Life and Times of an American Legend, by Larry Tye; Fifty-Nine in '84: Old Hoss Radbourn, Barehanded Baseball, and the Greatest Season a Pitcher Ever Had, by Edward Achorn; Jackie Robinson: A Biography, by Arnold Rampersad; The Sizzler: George Sisler, Baseball's Forgotten Great, by Rick Huhn; and Ted Williams: The Biography of an American Hero, ...
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She was in a difficult position being the widow of a great American hero, a role that carried high expectations but she did a credible job of continuing Dr King's dream especially in the face of a changing and often hostile American public. (Morris Dees)
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