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Antonio Banderas, Rod Stewart and Donald Duck are among an eclectic bunch of honorees who will receive stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year.

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The 32 honorees were selected Wednesday by the Walk of Fame Committee of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. They were ratified by the chamber’s board of directors.

The 2005 inductees, picked from hundreds of nominations, will receive their stars at high-profile sidewalk ceremonies on Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street.

“The ceremonies for these artists will bring a lot of smiles and excitement to the local residents and to our visitors from around the world,” honorary Hollywood Mayor Johnny Grant said.

The recipients are:

MOTION PICTURES: Tim Allen, Antonio Banderas, Donald Duck, Kevin Kline, Julianne Moore, Patricia Neal, Dennis Quaid and Ben Stiller.

TELEVISION: Tom Brokaw, James Doohan, Roger Ebert, Susan Lucci, Al Michaels, David Hyde Pierce, Wayne Rogers and Soupy Sales.

RECORDING: Emilio Estefan, Al Green, Herb Jeffries, Billy Joel, The Righteous Brothers, Carly Simon and Rod Stewart.

LIVE THEATRE/LIVE PERFORMANCE: Theodore Bikel, Linda Hopkins and Fred Travalena.

RADIO: Jim Ladd and Bob Miller.

POSTHUMOUS STARS: Stella Adler, Redd Foxx, Freddie Prinze and David O. Selznik.

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