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*[[1934]] - [[ Jean Vigo]], French filmmaker (b. [[1905]]) *[[1934]] - [[ Jean Vigo]], French filmmaker (b. [[1905]])
*[[1962]] - [[ Sylvia Beach]], American book store owner and publisher (b. [[1887]]) *[[1962]] - [[ Sylvia Beach]], American book store owner and publisher (b. [[1887]])
-*[[1927 ]] - [[ Al Hansen]] (October 5, 1927 – June 22 1995) was an American artist (d. [[1948]])+*[[1927]] - [[ Al Hansen], American artist (d. [[1995]])
-*[[1949]] - [[ Peter Ackroyd]] (born October 5 1949, London) is an English author.+*[[1949]] - [[ Peter Ackroyd]], British author.
-*[[1935 ]] - [[ Ben Barenholtz]] (born October 5, 1935 in Kovel, Poland) +*[[1935]] - [[ Ben Barenholtz]], American film entrepreneur
-*[[1840 ]] - [[ John Addington Symonds]] (October 5 1840 - April 19, 1893) was an English poet and literary critic. (d. [[1948]])+*[[1840]] - [[ John Addington Symonds]], English poet and literary critic. (d. [[1893]])
-*[[1524]] - [[ Joachim Patinir]] (ca. 1480 – October 5, 1524), was a Flemish Northern Renaissance history and landscape painter. (d. [[1948]])+*[[1524]] - [[ Joachim Patinir]], Flemish painter. (b. ca. [[1480]])
*[[1950]] - [[Laura Gemser]] (born October 5 1950, Java, Indonesia) is an actress of Indo *[[1950]] - [[Laura Gemser]] (born October 5 1950, Java, Indonesia) is an actress of Indo
*[[2001]] - [[ Jan Lenica]] (1928, Poznań, Poland - 5 October 2001, Berlin) was a Polish graphic designer (d. [[1948]]) *[[2001]] - [[ Jan Lenica]] (1928, Poznań, Poland - 5 October 2001, Berlin) was a Polish graphic designer (d. [[1948]])

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