**NEW GAME** FAMOUS PERSON Name Game ... Real or Fiction

Would anyone like to try a new game? It's what I call the Famous Person Name Game. It's sort of like the Word Association game, in that you MUST CONNECT the PREVIOUS name to YOUR name selection by either using the first or last name. Here are the main rules I've come up with. (Other suggestions welcome)

1. The name must be well known either in FACT or FICTION (Fact: George Washington) (Fiction: Bugs Bunny)
2. You can connect YOUR new name by either using the PREVIOUS first or last name, but making sure your new name still has both a first and last name.
3. VARIATIONS on a name would be allowed: Katherine in one post may be Kathy, Cathy, Catherine, Kathy, Katie, etc in the next post. Same for something like James/Jim/Jimmy, etc.
3. Try to go a page or two before using a previously used name, if possible. Sometime it may not be.

Here's some examples of what I mean:

POSTER #1: James Stewart
POSTER # 2: Martha Stewart
POSTER #3: Martha Washington
POSTER #4: Washington Irving
POSTER #5: Irving Berlin

Get the idea??? So, if anyone is interested, let's see how it goes. I'll start:

Norman Bates (Remember, famous names in fact OR fiction--movies, literature, songs)

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@Irene_L.A. wrote:

Hudson River
Who's Hudson River?? I googled the name, but couldn't find it in either fact or fiction. That's a new one for me, but then again, I'm not always in the loop on famous folks! I know OF the Hudson River, but this is supposed to be geared toward famous people in fact or fiction.

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@guysmom wrote:

@Irene_L.A. wrote:

Hudson River
Who's Hudson River?? I googled the name, but couldn't find it in either fact or fiction. That's a new one for me, but then again, I'm not always in the loop on famous folks! I know OF the Hudson River, but this is supposed to be geared toward famous people in fact or fiction.
Thanks to MFJ there is no one named Hudson, so to keep game going, i said Hudson River, and it worked.

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@Irene_L.A. wrote:

@guysmom wrote:

@Irene_L.A. wrote:

Hudson River
Who's Hudson River?? I googled the name, but couldn't find it in either fact or fiction. That's a new one for me, but then again, I'm not always in the loop on famous folks! I know OF the Hudson River, but this is supposed to be geared toward famous people in fact or fiction.
Thanks to MFJ there is no one named Hudson, so to keep game going, i said Hudson River, and it worked.

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