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Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Director King Vidor and camera operator Gus Peterson during the filming of The Sky Pilot (1921)

Director King Vidor and camera operator Gus Peterson during the filming of The Sky Pilot (1921)

King Vidor, director, producer & screenwriter (1894-1982)
See the work of King Vidor on February 11th in Duel in the Sun (1947) at 12:15AM (ET) as part of TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar

Charles Ruggles, actor (1886-1970)
Edith Evans, actress (1888-1976)
Lyle Talbot, actor (1902-1996)
Betty Field, actress (1913-1973)
Lana Turner, actress (1921-1995)
Audrey Meadows, actress (1922-1996)
Jack Lemmon, actor & musician (1925-2001)
James Dean, actor (1931-1955)
John Williams, composer, conductor & pianist (1932- )

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