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    We love to post pictures of famous people dead or alive or cartoon playing this great game of pool
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    The game of billiards has destroyed my naturally sweet disposition. Mark Twain- Speech, April 24, 1906

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    ◾Ralph “The Showman” Greenleaf: (1899-1950) One of the game’s first true showmen, his New York Times obituary said “What Babe Ruth did for baseball, Dempsey did for fighting, Tilden did for tennis…Greenleaf did for pocket billiards” He was in the first group of players inducted into the BCA Hall of Fame in 1966. He won his first world title in 1919 and defended it nine straight times. He put on trick-shot exhibitions, complete with a mirror over the table to enhance the view for the audience.

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    Joe Rogan loves playing pool. We hear he is very good

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    Owner of four Brunswick tables located in the basement of his home, the so-called, “Pool Wizard,” had a very likeable personality and enjoyed playing the game with just about anybody.

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    Michael Douglas playing pool in his New York apartment overlooking the park

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    Taylor Swift playing pool. Hey Taylor you have to have one foot on the floor

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    Portrait of the French billiard champion Claudius Berger. (a souvenir cue made by Mr. Berger was one of the prizes awarded at the first professional tournament mentioned above) Library of Congress - 03238u

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    Christopher Walken playing Billiards on set. www.designerbilli...

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    Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan playing pool on their Brunswick Treviso pool table

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    Johnny Cash.

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    John Lennon playing pool

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    Bugs Bunny playing pool with daffy duck

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    Jean Balukas, the first female superstar of pool

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    Actor Bob Hope and Vic Hewter Playing Pool Together https://www.youtube.com/user/Bilijar9

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    www.youtube.com/... - Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney together as teenagers.

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    Elvis playing pool in his Audubon Drive home, May 1956. Photo by Phillip Harrington.

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    be gentle yet firm..on the pool table and in life

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    Canadian snooker player Kirk Stevens

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    Lady Gaga with her custom designer billiard table. #ladygaga #gaga

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    Brady Bunch - The Hustler

    Blog | Page 5 of 11 | 8 Ball on the Silver Screen

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    Dustin Hoffman playing pool with his daughter

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    in the 1957 featurette Donald in Mathmagic Land. With the Spirit providing the educational commentary on the diamond system and an unidentified Charlie Petersen providing the incredible three-cushion billiards visuals, this duck is well on his way to becoming a shark.

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    “Twinkletoes” may be well-known for his bowling and golf games, but the famous caveman of bedrock also had a real talent for pool, even with slightly crooked sticks and uneven billiards balls. Flintstone showed off his skills in the 1960 Flintstones episode, “At the Races,” as he and his BFF Barney Rubble hatch a get-rich-quick scheme that involves owning a pool hall.

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    The anthropomorphic avian with the annoying laugh is a long-time pool player, based on the 2002 “Cue the Pool Shark” episode of The New Woody Woodpecker Show. Facing off against his nemesis Buzz Buzzard, Woody manages to outplay the cheater with a series of gravity-defying trick shots

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    Wow is this a stereotype of a pool player. In the 1940 film Pinocchio, the path to becoming a real boy is littered with distractions, including playing pool with the delinquent Lampwick and taking deep drags on fat cigars. My advice: keep listening to your “conscience” Jiminy Cricket…except when it comes to shooting billiards. For that, better to listen to Lampwick. He’s quite the shark!

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