Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Jules Dassin

Jules Dassin, director (1911-2008)
In celebration of Jules Dassin’s birthday today, TCM will spend part of the day featuring several of his films:
The Affairs of Martha (1942) at 6:30AM (ET)
Nazi Agent (1942) at 8:00AM (ET)
A Letter for Evie (1945) at 9:30AM (ET)
Never on Sunday (1960) at 11:15AM (ET)
Phaedra (1962) at 1:00PM (ET)

Gladys Cooper, actress (1888-1971)
Celia Johnson, actress (1908-1982)
Lynn Bari, actress (1913-1989)
Betty Grable, actress, dancer, & singer (1916-1973)
Ossie Davis, actor, director, poet, playwright, author, & social activist (1917-2005)
Roger Smith, actor & screenwriter (1932- )
Leonard Maltin, film critic, historian & author (1950- )

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