Pop Quiz questions all week are about the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. Today, who was the very first person to get a permanent Star on the Walk, Actor Charlie Chaplin, Actress Mary Pickford, Singer Al Jolson or Director Stanley Kramer?
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Answer – Director Stanley Kramer. And another Walk nugget, if the honoree is alive, they must appear live on the walk when their star is unveiled.