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Tank repairs underway on the Space Shuttle Discovery
KSC99051803 - 18 MAY 1999 - CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA, USA: United Space Alliance technician Robert Williams repairs the external tank of Space Shuttle Discovery, May 18, from damage in the foam insulation caused by hail. The emergency work is expected to take two to three days, in time for liftoff no earlier than May 27. iw/NASA UPI
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Robert Williams (September 15, 1897 – November 3, 1931) was an American stage and film actor.

Born in Morgantown, North Carolina, Williams appeared in his first film The Vengeance of Winona, in 1914. In 1922, he made his Broadway stage debut in the popular stage comedy Abie's Irish Rose. Williams also appeared in productions of That French Lady, Scarlet Pages, and Love, Honor and Betray.

He appeared in five films before landing his first, and last, leading role in the 1931 Frank Capra film Platinum Blonde, opposite Jean Harlow.

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