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    Kirby Grant (1911 - 1985) Starred in the TV series "Sky King"

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    Kirby Grant (1911 - 1985) played Sky King. He was from Montana.

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    Kirby Grant (Sky King)-(11/24/1911)-(10/30/1985)

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    Grave of King Henry VIII

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