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Pat Boone
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Birth Name: Charles Eugene Patrick Boone

Age: 81, born 1 June 1934

Country of origin: United States

Height: 5' 9"


Lists

16 votes
Blender's The 25 Biggest Wusses … Ever! (25 items)
list by Vergil x Dante
Published 5 years, 3 months ago 2 comments
8 votes
The Old Grey Listal Test (1962) (20 items)
list by Holy Godiva
Published 1 year, 2 months ago
8 votes
50 from '56 (50 items)
list by Onion Jack
Published 1 year, 3 months ago
8 votes
50 from '57 (50 items)
list by Onion Jack
Published 1 year, 3 months ago
5 votes
Hollywood Walk of Fame - B (179 items)
list by filmbuilder
Published 11 months, 1 week ago

Still Living (1), Musician (1), 1970s (1), 1960s (1), 1950s (1), American (1), Born 1934 (1), Lead Actor (1), Singer (1)

TV

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1. Frasier (1993)
Rating:
6.6
1341 Watched
2. The Daily Show (1996)
Rating:
7.5
1008 Watched
3. 7th Heaven (1996)
Rating:
5.2
711 Watched
Rating:
5.6
336 Watched
5. Moonlighting (1985)
Rating:
6.7
311 Watched



Movies

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1. Roger & Me (1989)
Rating:
6.9
201 Watched
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6.9
101 Watched
3. Fuck (2005)
Rating:
6.8
63 Watched
Rating:
6.8
50 Watched
5. Goodbye Charlie (1964)
Rating:
7
15 Watched



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Vergil x Dante added this to a list 5 years, 3 months ago
Blender's The 25 Biggest Wusses … Ever! (25 person items)

"21 The Father of Wuss Pat Boone In 1955, Fats Domino, a black piano wizard from New Orleans, cut “Ain’t That a Shame,” a bouncy R&B number he’d written. Pat Boone, a clean-cut preppie crooner, re-recorded it, only without the soul, and released it the same year, selling far more copies. Thus was born a career in Caucasian dilution: Just as rock was turning dirty, Boone whitewashed raucous songs by Little Richard and others, selling sterile versions of black music and blooming into the de"