The Globe. Shakespeare's company erected the Globe theatre.
In A Nursing Home. Jacob befriends a nurse named Rosemary in the novel "Water for Elephants".
Cyril Proudbottom. In the 1949 film "The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad", Mr. Toad's horse, Cyril Proudbottom, is voiced by J. Pat O'Malley.
Marmee. In "Little Women", Marmee encourages her daughters to give their breakfasts to a poor family on Christmas morning.
Norway. Knut Hamsun was born Knud Pedersen in Lom, Norway on August 4, 1859.
Agatha Christie's. Agatha Christie wrote romance novels under the name Mary Westmacott.
Wicked. The book "Wicked" was adapted into a Broadway play and spawned a sequel.
Dix Noble. Dix Noble is a sheriff in "Double Take".
Pirate. Ted Bell is the author of the Alex Hawke series.
Capulet. Juliet is from the Capulet family and Romeo is from the Montague family.
Jules Verne. Jules Verne was shot by his nephew in his left leg which gave him a limp that was never cured.
Dr. Manhattan. Jon Osterman is a scientist.
Writing Westerns. In 1984 Louis L'Amour was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Ronald Reagan.
Gage. Gage in Stephen King's "Pet Sematary" was killed by a truck.
Richard Brautigan. In 1994, a teenager legally changed his name from Peter Eastman Jr. to "Trout Fishing in America".
Kiss Me, Kate. "Kiss Me, Kate" is made to be a play within a play.
Stephanie Plum. "Twelve Sharp" was the 12th novel featuring Stephanie Plum.
Bluebeard. "Bluebeard" is about an out-of-work modern artist.
Some Pig. The little girl in "Charlotte's Web" is named Fern.
Agamemnon. Agamemnon was Menelaus' brother.