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 +*[[1948]] - ''[[Étude aux chemins de fer]]'' by Pierre Schaeffer is broadcast on French radio.
*[[1969]] - [[ Monty Python]] first airs on the BBC *[[1969]] - [[ Monty Python]] first airs on the BBC
 +*[[1979]] - ''[[The Mother and the Whore]]'' opens at the New York film festival.
==Births== ==Births==
*[[1713]] - [[Denis Diderot]], French philosopher and encylopedist (d. [[1784]]) *[[1713]] - [[Denis Diderot]], French philosopher and encylopedist (d. [[1784]])
 +*[[1840]] - [[John Addington Symonds]], English poet and literary critic. (d. [[1893]])
*[[1864]] - [[Louis Lumière]], French film pioneer (d. [[1948]]) *[[1864]] - [[Louis Lumière]], French film pioneer (d. [[1948]])
 +*[[1927]] - [[Al Hansen]], American artist (d. 1995)
 +*[[1935]] - [[Ben Barenholtz]], American film entrepreneur (d. 1995)
 +*[[1949]] - [[Peter Ackroyd]], British author
 +*[[1950]] - [[Laura Gemser]], Indonesian actress
*[[1952]] - [[Clive Barker]], English writer *[[1952]] - [[Clive Barker]], English writer
*[[1975]] - [[Kate Winslet]], English actress *[[1975]] - [[Kate Winslet]], English actress
==Deaths== ==Deaths==
 +*[[1524]] - [[Joachim Patinir]], Flemish painter (b. ca. [[1480]])
*[[1880]] - [[Jacques Offenbach]], German-born composer (b. [[1819]]) *[[1880]] - [[Jacques Offenbach]], German-born composer (b. [[1819]])
 +*[[1934]] - [[Jean Vigo]], French filmmaker (b. [[1905]])
 +*[[1962]] - [[Sylvia Beach]], American book store owner and publisher (b. [[1887]])
*[[1992]] - [[Eddie Kendricks]], American singer ([[The Temptations]]) (b. [[1939]]) *[[1992]] - [[Eddie Kendricks]], American singer ([[The Temptations]]) (b. [[1939]])
- +*[[2001]] - [[Jan Lenica]], Polish graphic designer (b. [[1928]])
-== Notes ==+*[[2003]] - [[Neil Postman]], American cultural critic (b. [[1931 ]])
-*[[2003]] - [[ Neil Postman]], American cultural critic (b. [[1931 ]])+
-*[[1934]] - [[ Jean Vigo]], French filmmaker (b. [[1905]])+
-*[[1962]] - [[ Sylvia Beach]], American book store owner and publisher (b. [[1887]])+
-*[[1927]] - [[ Al Hansen], American artist (d. [[1995]])+
-*[[1949]] - [[ Peter Ackroyd]], British author.+
-*[[1935]] - [[ Ben Barenholtz]], American film entrepreneur+
-*[[1840]] - [[ John Addington Symonds]], English poet and literary critic. (d. [[1893]])+
-*[[1524]] - [[ Joachim Patinir]], Flemish painter. (b. ca. [[1480]])+
-*[[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]])+
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