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Whatever Happened To Tommy Cash

He might be best know as Johnny Cash's little brother, but Tommy Cash had a huge hit of his own in 1969. Do you remember it?

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Dolph Lundgren / Jeffrey Jones / Frank Langella
MGM / Paramount / Golan Globus Productions

Famous Movie Bad Guys Then and Now

The bad guys (or occasional girl) from the films of our childhood were memorable characters we won't be forgetting anytime soon. Let's take a look at some of our favorite villains from days gone by and see where they are now

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Whatever Happened To Hank Williams?

There are many legendary names and artists in Country Music.

Webb PierceKitty WellsPatsy ClineBuck OwensConway TwittyLoretta LynnTammy WynetteMerle HaggardWillie Nelson.

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Warner Bros. Television Distribution

Stephanie from ‘Full House’ – Where is She Now?

TV's Stephanie Tanner was known for being the somewhat-bratty, attitude-sporting middle daughter on 'Full House.' Her catchphrase, "How rude!" spread like wildfire throughout the '90s and could probably be placed up there with Steve Urkel's "Did I do that?" in the hall of fame of memorable TV catchphrases. You can catch a young Jodie Sweetin in her misadventures in growing up durig reruns of 'Full House,' but where is she now?

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Whatever Happened To Hal Ketchum

In 1991, Hal Ketchum perfectly captured what is was like for many of us who experienced a 'Small Town Saturday Night'. It was a huge hit for the artist. So whatever happened to Hal Ketchum?

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Dustin Diamond / Jaleel White / Lee Norris
NBC / ABC / ABC

Famous Film and TV Geeks Then and Now

History has always portrayed being geeky as an immense, life-crippling negative experience (at least in high school). However, today, the term "nerd" or "geek" appears to have morphed into a new meaning: one of power, intelligence, and, believe it or not, popularity. With powerhouses such as the Nerdist network, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and pretty much every hipster reading a graphic novel through his or her oversized novelty glasses, geeks are on top of their game today.

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11 Unsung Super Bowl Heroes – Where Are They Now? [VIDEOS, PHOTOS]

Not every Super Bowl legend goes to the Hall of Fame. Some Super Bowl players become school teachers, businessmen or radio hosts after their NFL days have ended. Here are 11 unsung Super Bowl heroes of the past and what they are doing now

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Whatever Happened To Country Music Star Margo Smith?

When we talk about the great ladies in country music history, names like Kitty, Tammy, Loretta, and Dolly invariably come up. Well, in the 1970's, when I first began a career in radio broadcasting, there was another name.

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Whatever Happened To Billy Jack?

1971 was the year of 'Billy Jack'. Actually a sequel to the 1967 film 'Born Losers', 'Billy Jack' became the biggest independent film hit in history.

Although not all film critic's liked the film, it was a huge hit, especially with younger people

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Whatever Happened To Bobbie Gentry

Bobbie Gentry had a single that sold over 3 million copies. Over 3 Million! So whatever happened to the singer of "Ode To Billie Joe?

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