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Burt Shotton
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1934
Chuck Dressen
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1934-1937
Jack McKeon
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1997-2000
Davey Johnson
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1993-1995
Dusty Baker
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
2008-
Fred Hutchinson
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1959-1964
Lou Piniella
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1990-1992
Sparky Anderson
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
Fifth on the all-time wins list with 2194 wins
1990
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
Swept the Oakland Athletics in 4 games. MVP: Jose Rijo
1976
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
Swept the New York Yankees in 4 games. MVP: Johnny Bench
1975
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
7 games v. Boston Red Sox. MVP: Pete Rose
1940
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
7 games v. Detroit Tigers
1919
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
5 games to 3 v. Chicago White Sox
Reds
   play at   
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
      
Reds
Nottingham Forest
   football club is known as   
The Reds
Liverpool
   football club is known as   
The Reds
Cincinnati, Ohio is the Home of the Reds
   is   
True
Reds
   in Latin would be   
Rubri
Manchester United Football Squad
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Come On You Reds
May 15 1994 for 2 weeks
Reds (1981)
   is a film about   
John Reed
Starring Warren Beatty depicting the life of the chronicler of the Russian Revolution
Reds (1981)
   starred   
Warren Beatty, Diane Keaton and Edward Hermann
Director: Warren Beatty. Also starred Jerzy Kosinski, Jack Nicholson & Paul Sorvino. Plot: A radical American journalist becomes involved with the Communist revolution in Russia and hopes to bring its spirit and idealism to the United States. Won 3 Oscars
Warren Beatty
   directed the film   
Reds (1981)
Maureen Stapleton
   for her role in   
Reds (1981)
As Emma Goldman
Eugene O'Neill
   was played by Jack Nicholson in   
Reds (1981)
John Paddy Carstairs
   directed   
The Chiltern Hundreds (1949)
Redshift
   is described as   
Visual Equivalent of the Doppler Effect
A shifting of spectral lines toward the red end; due to the expansion of the universe
Marcel Proust
   said   
"The Only Real Voyage of Discovery Consists Not in Seeing New Landscapes, but in Having New Eyes, in Seeing the Universe With the Eyes of Another, of Hundreds of Others, in Seeing the Hundreds of Universes That Each of Them Sees"
French novelist, essayist and critic
Inbreds
   means   
Doctors Whose Parents Are Also Doctors
Show Boat (1951)
   has the tagline   
Hundreds in the Cast!
The Chiltern Hundreds (1949)
   starred   
Cecil Parker, A.E.Matthews and David Tomlinson
Director: John Paddy Carstairs. Also starred Lana Morris, Marjorie Fielding & Tom Macaulay
Redstone
      
Is Activated by a Lever
Washington, D. C.
   has the   
Redskins
NFC East. Founded in 1932.
Apple
   has a variety named   
Redsleeves
Redshirt
   means   
An Athlete Who Spends a Year Not Participating in Official Athletic Activities, but Does Not Lose His or Her Eligibility to Participate in Following Years
In collegiate sports
Apple
   has a variety named   
Redspur Red Delicious
Thoroughbreds Don’t Cry (1937)
   also starred   
Mickey Rooney, Ronald Sinclair and C. Aubrey Smith
Also starred Sophie Tucker. The first of Judy’s ten appearances with Mickey Rooney.
Washington Redskins
   are in the   
NFC East






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