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Talman can mean:


  • Talman - the speaker of the Swedish Riksdag
  • Talman - the speaker in the Finnish Riksdag (Eduskunta)


  • Lantmarskalk - leader of Swedish Riksdag of the Estates and talman of the Estate of the Nobility
  • Talman - the leader of the Estate of the Clergy in the Riksdag of the Estates
  • Talman - the leader of the Estate of the Burgesses in the Riksdag of the Estates
  • Talman - the leader of the Estate of the Peasantry in the Riksdag of the Estates

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William Talman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (187 words)
Talman was best known as District Attorney Hamilton Burger in the long-running television series Perry Mason, and would have the unenviable task of losing to Mr.
Talman is also known for being the first actor in Hollywood to film an anti-smoking commercial for the American Cancer Society.
A lifelong heavy smoker, he was diagnosed with lung cancer, and knew he was dying when he filmed the commercial, which would air for over a year after his death in 1968.
Medical: Remembering the Man Who Always Lost to Perry Mason and then Died of Cancer (2011 words)
Talman, the actor who played the perpetually unsuccessful district attorney, Hamilton Burger, on the fabled ''Perry Mason'' show from 1957 to 1966, was dying of lung cancer.
Peggy Talman said she hopes that her story, one of the sadder ironies in the history of the antismoking movement, can educate the public about a problem that just won't go away.
William Talman was already an accomplished movie actor in 1957 when he landed the role of Hamilton Burger, the prosecutor who was always being outwitted by defense attorney Perry Mason, played by Raymond Burr.
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