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Classic Hollywood Birthdays


Fay Wray, actress (1907-2004)
To celebrate the birthday of Fay Wray, TCM will be spending the morning featuring several of her films:
The Finger Points (1931) at 6:00AM (ET)
The Unholy Gargen (1931) at 7:30AM (ET)
Ann Carver’s Profession (1933) at 9:00AM (ET)

Jackie Cooper, actor, director, producer & studio executive (1922-2011)
Later that day celebrate Jackie Cooper’s birthday with several of his films on TCM:
When a Feller Needs a Friend (1932) at 10:15AM (ET)
O’Shaughnessy’s Boy (1935) at 11:45AM (ET)
Boy of the Streets (19370 at 1:15PM (ET)
Gallant Sons (1940) at 2:45PM (ET)
Ziegfeld Girl (1941) at 4:15PM (ET)
The Navy Comes Through (1942) at 6:30PM (ET)

Robert Benchley, actor (1889-1945)
Jean Renoir, director, actor, screenwriter, producer & author (1894-1979)
Tom Conway, actor (1904-1967)
Sheilah Graham, gossip columnist (1904-1988)
Penny Singleton, actress (1908-2003)
Margaret Lockwood, actress (1916-1990)

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