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Q: 'Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn', became famous after what movie released in 1939? Bonus: Who starred in the movie?

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Q: Name the speaker in these important Presidential speeches: Gettysburg Address, The Man With The Muck Rake, Ich Bin Ein Berliner.

A: Lincoln, Roosevelt, Kennedy

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