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The recipient of this week's selections, Brian, uses the name of former television producer Chuck Barris as his email address. He is not the real Chuck Barris. However, some people seem to think otherwise.

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From: Eman Elsherif
To: chuckbarris@---------
Date: August 19, 2002

Dear Sir or Madam:
This Eman El Sherif from Egypt, I found this email address on George Clooney web Page so I wonder if you can help me. Kindly if you have George Clooney email address please send it to me ... there is something I need to discuss with him ... it is not a matter of fans or movies, NO it is something else . So if you don't mind send me his email address, otherwise forward my email to him and ask him to reply me.


From: Veronica

Sent: Wednesday, October 1, 2003 

To: chuckbarris@---------

Subject: This is a message for Chuck Barris

Dear Mr. Barris,

I met you in 1987, in New York, after you had sold your Barris Enterprises. You and your wife Red, met with me about my new US Man of the Year Show. I would very much love to talk to you as soon as possible. Can you please contact me at veronica-----------.

If this does not reach Mr. Barris can you please give me his email or regular address or phone number.

Thank you

Veronica -----------

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