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  • Hey Andrew,

    Do you think this image is Mark Antony or Rudolph Valentino? I'm really thinking it is Valentino. -- Nate (talk) 15:29, October 6, 2011 (UTC)

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    • Valentino, obviously, from The Sheik (1921). I'm not sure why anone assumed it was Mark Antony. Neat find though (with Gilchrist art even).

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    • Thank you. I thought maybe I was crazy or something. :)

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    • I assumed it was Mark Antony because it has Cleopatra as the other mug in the set. Also because I have not thought this much about Valentino in ... probably ever. And it's been on the wiki for awhile, so at least putting it in the wrong spot let Nate make his page  :p

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    • I'm so happy about that. It is ironic 'cause Valentino was named as one of the top fifty or something silver screen heart throbs in some show I skimmed past last night on tv, and it made me smile.

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