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Famous People Named Al

Based on the clues, guess these famous people named Albert, Alex, Alec, and Alexander.
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Clue
Famous Al
E = MC2
Scarfaced gangster
"Amish Paradise" singer
Who is a game show host?
Telephone inventor
He wept, for there were no
more worlds to conquer
He lost by 537 votes
(or maybe just 1)
Steroidal shortstop
Brother of Daniel, Billy,
and Stephen
Clue
Famous Al
He was Michael Corleone
Discovered penicillin
Senator who called Rush Limbaugh
a big, fat idiot
Lost a duel to Aaron Burr
Portrayer of Obi-Wan Kenobi
"The Count of Monte Cristo" author
Knighted Manchester United manager
"Let's Stay Together" soulman
French absurdist who wrote
"The Stranger"
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Famous Al
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level 60
Dec 15, 2012
Rodriguez has played third base since 2004.
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level 42
Dec 15, 2012
Even though A-Rod used PEDs from 01-03, when he played shortstop, he is currently classified as a third baseman.
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level 32
Dec 15, 2012
Scarface gangster can also be Pacino, seeing as he was the main character in the movie of the same name.
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level 40
Nov 29, 2017
True. But 93% chose the correct "Al" for scarfaced gangster. Besides, Pacino is the answer to the "Godfather" question.
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level 64
Dec 5, 2017
Capone actually was a scar faced gangster whereas Pacino was merely playing him in a movie. It may come as a shock to many Americans, but the movies are not real life.
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level 40
Dec 5, 2017
I'm sure skoop knows the difference between fantasy and reality. I believe he was referring to the fact that Al Pacino acted in the movie "Scarface", and that, therefore, the word could also be applied to him.
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level 5
Dec 5, 2017
@Malbaby - I'd argue that movies are very real to a lot of people, for example the actors, directors, producers, best boys, DPs, ADs, set designers, etc., who work on them. But otherwise, you're right: "only" Americans think that what they see in movies is real.
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level 43
Dec 5, 2017
Malbaby it sounds like you need to brush up on some things... first of all, Scarface the movie has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with Al Capone. zero. second, if you were familiar with history, you'd know that the Mariel Boatlift was an actual thing that happened in real life. sure, the character of Scarface is a dramatization, but don't kid yourself into thinking things like that didn't happen, or don't happen.
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level 35
Oct 4, 2016
Al Smiffy anyone?
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level 64
Nov 9, 2017
A few too many questions that us non Americans just won't get, the gameshow host, the short stop, and the senator.
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level 71
Nov 9, 2017
Trebek is Canadian...boom roasted.
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level 60
Nov 30, 2017
Throw out the Man U question! Not American enough!
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level 58
Dec 5, 2017
But Man Utd is an American owned football club.
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level 64
Dec 5, 2017
Perhaps, but they don't play in the USA and they play a sport that the majority of Americans don't follow.
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level 47
Dec 5, 2017
Disappointed to not see Al Roker or Al Borland here. Ah well.
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level 54
Dec 5, 2017
Poor you - how will you get through your day. (what is it with all these expectations people have on these quizzes? It seems to be all about them rather than a little bit of enjoyment and challenge).
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level 72
Dec 5, 2017
So true, except for those occasions when someone comments "you should have included persons x and y" and the Quizmaster answers "great idea, I've added them!" So a little whining now and then can occasionally pay off.
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level 54
Dec 6, 2017
That happens very rarely.
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level 76
Dec 5, 2017
You should have been hearing about the Senator quite a bit recently. He is the one that made the mistake of taking a picture abusing a fellow volunteer during a USO tour. In spite of his valiant efforts, he has aborted his political future since sexual harassment is not swept under the rug anymore for the rich and powerful. Too bad Franken forgot to burn the photograph while he could. Good riddance to bad trash. How many more women need to accuse him of horrible treatment before he is shamed from public life? I do not know what the accusation count is up to, but has been growing steadily.
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level 59
Dec 5, 2017
4/18 - how on earth did I ever get to level 59?!
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level 29
Dec 5, 2017
Are you by any chance able to accept "Wierd Al" for the Al Yankovic question?
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level 55
Dec 7, 2017
No. It's 'weird'.
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level 44
Dec 5, 2017
should accept Fergie for Sir Alex Ferguson :)
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level 53
Dec 5, 2017
Franken, who's the idiot?
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level 74
Dec 5, 2017
Gah! I couldn't think who wrote the Count of Monte Cristo. I wish you would have gone with The Three Musketeers! (Not complaining, just wishful thinking) ;)
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level 56
Dec 5, 2017
If you want more variety, you could add Alfred Hitchcock.
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level 71
Dec 7, 2017
If you want less variety, you could change every answer to Weird Al
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