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Dr. Bob Hartley
   appears in   
The Bob Newhart Show
Mr. Carlin
   appears in   
The Bob Newhart Show
Dr. Bob Hartley
   is a fictional doctor in   
The Bob Newhart Show
Dr. Jerry Robinson
   is a fictional doctor in   
The Bob Newhart Show
Larry, Howard, Elliot, Jerry, Emily
   are all   
Characters on the Bob Newhart Show
Bob Newhart played Will Ferrel’s father in the movie “Elf”
Chase Field (formerly Known As Bank One Ballpark)
   is nicknamed   
The BOB
Phoenix, Arizona
Roxy Music
   features   
The Bob (Medley)
The Bobcat
   is native to   
North America
The bobcat is a territorial, solitary and crepuscular cat (active at dawn and dusk). The bobcat is a patient and furtive hunter. The hunt occurs almost exclusively on the ground by stalking (as opposed to ambush from trees). The kill is made with a bite at the base of the skull Bobcats can take down deer, and it is their most common winter food.
The Bobbettes
   became a one-hit wonder with   
Mr. Lee
(1957) A #1 R&B hit and a Top Ten pop hit. They also had other top 100 hits.
The Bobby Fuller Four
   released the single   
I Fought the Law
1965; peaked at #9 on the Billboard Hot 100; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2015
Sidney Sheldon
   wrote the screenplay for   
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
Won an Oscar for this original screenplay in 1947. He had immense success not only as a screenplay writer for film but also for Broadway and television with series such as I dream of Jeannie. As well as being a best selling Novelist.
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Dick
Film also stars Myrna Loy and Shirley Temple.
The Bachelor and The Bobby-Soxer (1947)
   starred   
Cary Grant and Myrna Loy
A high school girl falls for a playboy artist with screwball results
I Fought the Law
   was released by   
The Bobby Fuller Four
1965 - inducted in 2015; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"






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