James Dean

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Noun1.James Dean - United States film actor whose moody rebellious roles made him a cult figure (1931-1955)
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Stephen Martin, 37, of Tapestry Gardens, Birkenhead, was sentenced to four years in prison and James Dean, 38, of Portland Street, Birkenhead, was sentenced to three years.
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Brooding, sullen and with the promise of mystery behind his oftentimes menacing stare, James Dean was the personification of the troubled youth of the mid 1950s just when teenagers were first beginning to rebel against society's staunch uptight morality.
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James Dean Bradfield of the Manic Street Preachers saw a lady doing all this work, tied his dog to a fence, and helped her out.
Suddenly, all young men were James Dean. They drank liquor and got drunk and caused mayhem.
James Dean and Natalie Wood starred in Rebel Without a Cause 2.
And it's a little hard to believe that so many of these folks --especially the men in an era as closeted and prudish as this was--would have felt free to be so sexually vulnerable even with someone as sexy and brooding as the one, the only James Dean. Or maybe that's just how it is in Hollywood.
There is James Dean striding through Times Square on a rainy day in New York.