Classic Hollywood Birthdays


James Garner, actor (1928- )

Walter Winchell, gossip commentator (1897-1972)
Anthony Caruso, actor (1916-2003)
Francis Ford Coppola, director, producer & screenwriter (1939- )

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  1. silverscreenings April 9, 2013 at 7:22 pm Reply

    My tiny Hungarian grandmother was absolutely IN LOVE with James Garner. She would drop everything if she heard the theme to “The Rockford Files” on TV.

    Happy Birthday, James Garner, from me and my ever-adoring grandmother (may she rest in peace).

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