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 This day in History - March 4
407 Historic Events for March 4
1950

Kenny Dalglish, soccer manager

Birth
1951

Chris Rea, English rock guitarist (Fool If You Think It Is Over)

Birth
1951

Gwen Welles, NYC, actress (Desert Hearts, Sticky Fingers)

Birth
1951

Kenny Dalglish, British soccer star (100+ goals)

Birth
1952

Ronn Moss, LA Calif, actor (Ridge-Bold and Beautiful, Santa Barbara)

Birth
1953

Kay Lenz, LA Calif, actress (Moving Violations, Rich Man Poor Man)

Birth
1953

Christopher H Smith, (Rep-R-NJ, 1981- )

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1953

Sergei S Prokoviev, Russian composer (Peter and the wolf), dies at 61

Death
1954

Catherine O'Hara, Toronto Ont, comedienne (Beetlejuice, SCTV)

Birth
1954

Georg Gohler, composer, dies at 79

Death
1954

JE Wilkins, appointed 1st Black US sub-cabinet member

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1954

Noel Gay, [Richard Moxon Armitage], composer, dies at 55

Death
1954

Peter Erling Jacobsen, Portland OR, PGA golfer (1990 Bob Hope)

Birth
1955

Benny Alexander, sec-gen (S Afr Pan-Africanist Movement)

Birth
1955

1st radio facsimile transmission sent across the continent

Event
1958

Albert Kuyle, [Lou Kuitenbrouwer], writer (Jesus' Carpet), dies at 54

Death
1958

Patricia Heaton, Cleve OH, actress (Debra-Everybody Loves Raymond)

Birth
1959

US Pioneer IV misses Moon and becomes 2nd (US 1st) artificial planet

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1959

Kelly Lynch, Golden Walley Minn, actress (Warm Summer Rain, Cocktail)

Birth
1960

Russell Todd, Troy NY, actor (Dr Jamie Frame-Another World)

Birth
1960

Leonard Warren, US baritone, dies on stage at 48

Death
1960

Reggie McElroy, NFL tackle (Denver Broncos)

Birth
1960

French freighter "La Coubre" explodes in Havana Cuba, killing 100

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1960

Lucille Ball files divorce from Desi Arnaz

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1961

Paul-Henri Spaak resigns as sec-gen of NATO

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