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Stuart Murdoch
   has been a vocalist in   
Belle and Sebastian
Captain Lance Murdoch
   appears in   
The Simpsons
Local daredevil
Rupert Murdoch
   is/was   
Famous Media Baron That Owned British, Australian, and American Newspapers
Criticized for using his media power for political purposes
Rupert Murdoch
   is famous for being an   
Entrepreneur
In 1952 he inherited his father Australian local Newspaper, the Adelaide News. This would become start of his media empire. He bought various media concerns like The Daily Mirror and Festival Records. His speciality was to take loss making media, turn them around, and use the resulting profits for further acquisitions. His business acquisitions spread to Britain through the acquisition of News of the World, The Sun, The Times and the Sunday Times and to the US through The New York Post.
William Murdoch
   invented   
Gas Lighting
(1754-1839), Scotland
The Ghost Train (1941)
   starred   
Arthur Askey, Richard Murdoch and Kathleen Harrison
Director: Walter Forde. Also starred Peter Murray-Hill, Carole Lynne & Morland Graham
I Thank You (1941)
   starred   
Arthur Askey, Richard Murdoch and Lily Morris
Director: Marcel Varnel. Also starred Moore Marriott, Graham Moffatt & Peter Gawthorne
Iris Murdoch
   wrote   
Henry and Cato
1976; British, 1919-1999
Iris Murdoch
   wrote   
The Sea, The Sea
1978; winner of the Booker prize
Iris Murdoch
   won the award for   
'The Sea, The Sea'
1978
Rupert Murdoch
   is known as a   
Media Mogul
Born 1931
Colin Murdoch
   is known as an   
Inventor
Invented the disposable syringe
Rupert Murdoch
   was in the episode   
Sunday Cruddy Sunday
As himself
The A-Team
   had   
Murdoch
Howling Mad
Iris Murdoch
   wrote   
A Fairly Honourable Defeat
Iris Murdoch
   wrote   
The Green Knight
Iris Murdoch
   wrote   
The Good Apprentice
Iris Murdoch
   wrote   
The Black Prince
Iris Murdoch
   wrote   
A Severed Head
Iris Murdoch
   wrote   
The Bell
Iris Murdoch
   wrote   
Under the Net
Iris Murdoch
   wrote   
The Nice and the Good
Iris (2001)
   is a film about   
Iris Murdoch
Portrayed by Judi Dench (older) and Kate Winslet (young)
Iris Murdoch
   is played by Judi Dench in   
Iris (2001)
BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
Iris Murdoch
   said   
"Every Man Needs Two Women, a Quiet Home-maker, and a Thrilling Nymph"
English novelist and philosopher
Iris Murdoch
   said   
"Writing is Like Getting Married. One Should Never Commit Oneself Until One is Amazed at One’s Luck"
British novelist and philosopher






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