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Subject: Nov. 21st~Happy Birthday! Actress Marlo Thomas (83) Director Gus Trikonis (83) Director Jeannot Szwarc (81) Director John Hough (79)


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Actress Juliet Mills (79) Actress Goldie Hawn (75) Actor James A. Watson Jr. (75) Director Andrew Davis (74) Actress Deborah Shelton (72) Actor Timothy Stack (66) (NT)ColtFriday, November 20, 09:54:59pm
Nov.21st~Happy 103rd Birthday! Typographer Helmut Mathis, Scientist Dieter Gruen is 98, Professor James M. Houston is 98, Professor Rodolfo Sacco is 97, Theologian Paul Philippi is 97, (NT)jlpFriday, November 20, 10:44:11pm
Actor Gerard Lindqvist is 90, Composer Jack Millman is 90, Musician Bernard Lagace turns 90. (NT)jlpFriday, November 20, 10:44:47pm
ARCHIVE: November 21, 1920 ~On this day a century ago, TWO notables -Baseball great Hall of Famer STAN MUSIAL, considered to be one of the greatest and most consistent hitters in MLB history, and Hollywood character player RALPH MEEKER, whose prominence in Broadway productions, later earned him his place as tough-guys in memorable films like " Kiss Me Deadly", and "Paths of Glory", BOTH men born 100 years ago today! ...Happy 100th! Mr. Musial died in 2013, and Mr. Meeker in 1988.Saturday, November 21, 11:51:38am


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