Classic Hollywood Birthdays

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Donna Reed, actress (1921-1986)
Spend the day celebrating the birthday of Donna Reed by watching some of her films on TCM:
The Get-Away (1941) at 6:00AM (ET)
Apache Trail 1942) at 7:45AM (ET)
The Bugle Sounds (1942) at 9:00AM (ET)
Eyes in the Night (1942) at 10:45AM (ET)
Mokey (1942) at 12:15PM (ET)
Gentle Annie (1944) at 1:45PM (ET)
Faithful in My Fashion (1946) at 3:15PM (ET)
Hangman’s Knot (1952) at 4:45PM (ET)
Gun Fury (1953) at 6:15PM (ET)

Jerome Kern, composer (1885-1945)
George K. Arthur, actor & producer (1899-1985)
Sabu, actor (1924-1935)
Troy Donahue, actor (1936-2001)

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