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1943 – Born on June 13th in Leeds, Yorkshire, England. 1967 – His first big-screen role was in Poor Cow, although his 2-minute scene was ultimately cut from the completed film. 1968-1979 – Malcolm McDowell established himself in a series of radical films in the 1960s and 70s, including If…., Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of Anthony ..

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1902 – Born in Bucharest on the 22nd of September. 1938 – Houseman founded the Mercury Theatre, best remembered for their radio adaptation of H. G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds. 1946 – Houseman produced more than two dozen films, including the film noir, The Blue Dahlia. 1973 – He first became widely known ..

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1856 – He was born on the 14th day of February this year in Galway, Ireland.   1868 – He was sent to Wales to continue his education as a boarder at the Ruabon Grammar School in Denbighshire, a time he was to remember later in My Life and Loves Harris was unhappy at the ..

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1869 – Edmund J. Sullivan was born and learned how to draw from his father, who was an artist. British book illustrator. 1888 – At age 19, Sullivan began his career at The Daily Graphic where he drew mainly portraits and the type of images we see as photographs in our current newspapers. 1893 – ..

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1937 – Cook was born at Devon, England on November 17, 1937. 1955 – With his star firmly in the ascendant, he opened The Establishment Club at 18, Greek Street in Soho which gave him the opportunity to present fellow comedians in a nightclub setting, including the controversial American Lenny Bruce. Cook befriended Australian comedian ..

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1955 – Born on January 22nd in Midland, Texas and named after his grandfather’s Yale buddy Neil Mallon, the corporate CEO who gave George H.W. Bush his first job in the Texas oil business.          – Neil Mallon Bush is the third son of George and Barbara Bush and the younger brother of president ..

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1909 – Born on June 28th in London. An English suspense novelist.   1924-1927 – He studied engineering at London University and took up an apprenticeship in engineering at the Edison Swan Electric Company. Later, when the company became part of Associated Electrical Industries, he worked in its advertising department.    1936 – Wrote the ..

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