Classic Hollywood Birthdays


Judy Holliday, actress (1921-1965)
TCM will be showing several of Judy Holliday’s films in honor of her birthday today:
Adam’s Rib (1949) 6:30AM (ET)
Born Yesterday (1950) 8:15AM (ET)
Bells are Ringing (1960) 10:00AM (ET)


Jane Russell, actress (1921-2011)
TCM will also be showing several of Jane Russell’s films in honor of her birthday today:
The Outlaw (1943) 12:15PM (ET)
The Young Widow (1946) 2:15PM (ET)
The French Line (1954) 4:00PM (ET)
Underwater (1955) 6:00PM (ET)

Ralph Block, film producer, screenwriter & editor (1889-1974)
Dorothy Stickney, actress (1896-1998)
Mack Gordon, composer & lyricist (1904-1959)
Maureen Stapleton, actress (1925-2006)
Olympia Dukakis, actress (1931- )
Ron Ely, actor (1938- )

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One thought on “Classic Hollywood Birthdays

  1. silverscreenings June 21, 2013 at 11:48 am Reply

    My absolute fave Judy Holliday scene (ever) is in “Adam’s Rib” where she confesses to murdering her husband. I never tire of that scene. Sheer brilliance.

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