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The Famous Five four children, Julian, Dick, Anne, and their cousin ‘George’ (Georgina), with their dog Timmy, in a series of adventure stories (1942–63) by the popular children's writer Enid Blyton.

famous for being famous having no recognizable reason for one's fame other than high media exposure.

famous for fifteen minutes enjoying a brief period of fame before fading back into obscurity; coined by the American artist Andy Warhol, who predicted in 1968 that ‘In the future everybody will be world famous for fifteen minutes.’

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