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Classic Hollywood Birthdays

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Fredric March, actor (1897-1975)
See Fredric March in Executive Suite (1954) on September 2nd at 1:00PM (ET)

Dore Schary, director, writer, producer & playwright (1905-1980)
Richard Basehart, actor (1914-1984)
Alan Jay Lerner, lyricist & librettist (1918-1986)
Buddy Hackett, comedian & actor (1924-2003)
James Coburn, actor (1928-2002)

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One thought on “Classic Hollywood Birthdays

  1. littlealmond August 31, 2014 at 6:22 pm Reply

    Frederic March was okay in “I Married a Witch” but irresistible as Robert Browning in “The Barrets of Wimpole Street” playing opposite the one and only Norma Shearer.

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