Bill Cosby

Goldfinger - James Bond
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It must be sci-fi weekend at the movies: Those presto-chango Transformers are back for a fourth time, but the grownup movie this weekend is from a noted Korean director, who offers his unusual tale of global-warming refugees stuck on the ultimate nonstop train.
Next to Bill Cosby's Dr. Cliff Huxtable, Sherman Hemsley's George Jefferson - the upwardly mobile but still habitually cranky protagonist of the long-running Norman Lear sitcom The Jeffersons - may have been the most distinctive and memorable African-American comedic character in the history of television.
Bill Cosby, who turns 75 today, was already thinking about the trials of getting older when I first spoke with him nearly 10 years ago.
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