Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Maureen O’Sullivan, actress (1911-1998)
TCM will be showing several films featuring Maureen O’Sullivan in honor of her birthday today:
My Dear Miss Aldrich (1937) 11:00AM (ET)
Spring Madness (1938) 12:15PM (ET)
Sporting Blood (1940) 1:30PM (ET)


Jean Gabin, actor & singer (1904-1976)
See Jean Gabin in Le Jour Se Leve (1939) as part of films devoted to Tough Guys on Tuesdays in May: Le Jour Se Leve (1939) May 21st 11:00PM (ET)

Warren Duff, film producer (1904-1973)
A.C. Lyles, movie producer for Paramount Pictures (1918- )

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