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Until someone writes an article on the film Mad Money and does a disamiguation page, no link should be made within this Callie Khouri article, because there's a different entry for Mad Money, which is a TV show unrelated to the film. BehroozZ 06:20, 6 January 2006 (UTC)
Is she Lebanese? Her last name would suggest that she is a Christian Lebanese or Christian of another Middle Eastern nationality. Funkynusayri 19:21, 4 October 2007 (UTC)
Need to google Funk.Godspeed John Glenn!Will 20:10, 4 October 2007 (UTC)
Heh, of course, but those almost nationalistic sites with lists of famous Lebanese you see all the place are always identical, and not exactly accurate, for example Frank Zappa is listed as a Lebanese American, and he was a quarter Lebanese at best, if any at all, all we know is that his father was half "Arab", as explained in Zappa's biography. Also, Lisa Halaby is listed as a Lebanese American there, and that seems to be completely made up! Yasmine Bleeth is listed too, and she's a quarter Algerian (colonist), not Lebanese at all... I think they assume Callie Khouri is Lebanese simply due to her last name, but Christian Palestinians and Syrians can have that last name too. Funkynusayri 00:20, 5 October 2007 (UTC)
Granted, But All those sites can't be wrong. See Maronite Church article.Godspeed John Glenn!Will 02:45, 5 October 2007 (UTC)