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USPS 2002 - Cary Grant - 8th in Legends of Hollywood Series: Screen legend Cary Grant is honored on this mint self-adhesive stamp, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on Oct. 15, 2002. A very compelling and debonair actor, Grant appeared in over 70 films. In 1970, he was honored with a special Academy Award for his contribution to film.
USPS 2001 - Lucille Ball - 7th in Legends of Hollywood Series Everybody loves Lucy, including the U.S. Postal Service, who honored her with this self-adhesive stamp in 2001 (released on Aug. 6, 2001). Considered "The Queen of Comedy," Lucille Balls' witt, charm, and amazing ability for physical comedy endeared her to generations of fans.
USPS 2000 - Edward G. Robinson - 6th in Legends of Hollywood Series A versatile actor on both stage and screen, Edward G. Robinson (1893-1973) appeared in more than 90 films and is perhaps best known for his portrayal of a gangster in "Little Caesar." The stamp features a portrait by Drew Struzan that is based on a black-and-white photograph taken by Elmer Fryer, probably in the 1930s.