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FAMOUS BROTHERS

John and Jim Belushi

Chicago comedians with an affinity for blues music. John was the bigger star beginning with Saturday Night Live and then moving to the big screen with hits like Animal House and The Blues Brothers.

John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and Ted Kennedy

A president, an attorney general and a senator. John and Robert were both assassinated.

Jesse and Frank James

Bank robbers and two of the baddest men to ever roam the planet.

The Mario Brothers (Mario and Luigi)

A pair of plumbers exploring the sewers of New York made famous in an early '80s Nintendo video game.

Charlie Sheen and Emilio Esteves

Sons of Martin Sheen and charter members of the Brat Pack. Charlie is still wild and outside while Emilio has moved into the more quiet life of film production.

Beau and Jeff Bridges

Fine actors and sons of the great Lloyd Bridges. Worked together in The Fabulous Baker Boys.

Eli and Peyton Manning

Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks and the son of longtime Saints QB Archie Manning.

Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko

Ukranian-born heavyweight boxers raised in Germany. Both have been world champion but have declared they will never fight each other in the ring.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 31, 2013 D1

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