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The Top 100 Cigar Smokers of the Twentieth Century

From the Print Edition:
Vince McMahon, Nov/Dec 99

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97 JAMES WOODS The Montecristo No. 2-loving Woods, a reformed Hollywood bad boy, has received critical accolades for roles in The Onion Fields, Salvador and Ghosts of Mississippi.  

98 PHIL GUARASCIO The General Motors advertising executive took up cigar smoking two decades ago after a memorable dinner at New York City's "21."  

99 MIKHAIL BARYSHNIKOV The golf-loving ballet legend, who's partial to vintage Cuban Dunhills, was introduced to cigars by director Milos Foreman.  

100 JOHN GRISHAM The top-selling author of legal thrillers such as The Firm enjoys smoking four cigars a week.


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