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Classic Hollywood Birthdays


Patricia Neal, actress (1926-2010)
Spend the day with TCM celebrating Patricia Neal’s birthday with several of her films:
The Hasty Heart (1950) at 6:00AM (ET)
John Loves Mary (1949) at 7:45AM (ET)
It’s a Great Feeling (1949) at 9:30AM (ET)
Operation Pacific (1951) at 11:00AM (ET)
Bright Leaf (1950) at 1:00PM (ET)
A Face in the Crowd (1957) 3:00PM (ET)
The Subject was Roses (1968) 5:15PM (ET)

George Burns, comedian, actor & writer (1896-1996)
Norma Varden, actress (1898-1989)
Leon Ames, actor (1902-1993)
Federico Fellini, director & writer (1920-1993)
Dorothy Provine, singer, dancer, actress & comedian (1935-2010)

Classic Hollywood Birthdays


Walter Winchell, gossip commentator (1897-1972)
See Walter Winchell in A Face in the Crowd (1957) on April 7th at 9:45PM (ET)

Anthony Caruso, actor (1916-2003)
James Garner, actor (1928- )
Francis Ford Coppola, director, producer & screenwriter (1939- )

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