Wednesday 4 March 1953
It was Wednesday, under the sign of Pisces. The US president was Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican).
In UK Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes by Perry Como & The Ramblers was in the top 5 hits.
Lili, directed by Charles Walters, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1953
while The Silver Chalice by Thomas B. Costain was one of the best selling books.
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- Saint Efrem
- Catholicism - Commemoration of Saint Lucius I, pope, martyr.
- Saint Peter of Pappacarbone.
- Saint Lucius I.
- Saint Pierre de Cluny.
- Feast day of Humbert III of Savoy.
- Saint Basil and his Companions.
- Saint Adrian of Nicomedia, bishop of Saint Andrew's, and his Companions.
- Catholicism - Feast day of Saint Casimir, patron saint of Lithuania.
- United States - Inauguration Day (1789 - 1933)
- St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada - Charter Day (1881)
- Vermont - Admission Day (1791).
- Pennsylvania - Charter Day (1681).
- Wales - Feast day of Rhiannon, Celtic Moon Goddess.
- Feast day of Saint Placide Viel.
- Nicholas Campion: English astrologer and historian.
- John Edwards: Australian television drama producer.
- Emilio Estefan: Cuban-American drummer and producer.
- Paweł Janas: Polish footballer and manager.
- Geoff Nicholson: British novelist and non-fiction writer.
- Peggy Rathmann: award-winning American author and illustrator
- Reinhold Roth: former German Grand Prix motorcycle road racer
- KRK Ryden: American painter and illustrator
- Chris Smith: American lawyer and politician
- Daniel Woodrell: American crime fiction writer
- Kay Lenz in Los Angeles: California, USA; actress (Moving Violations, Rich Man Poor Man).
- Kay Lenz: American actress of film and TV who made her strongest mark in TV movies. She started out in teenage-mother-victim roles for which she earned her first Emmy award in 1974. She worked in the ABC hit mini-series drama "Rich Man, Poor Man" in 1976. The '80s were a time of uphill career battles for Lenz. She had such difficulties in getting film and television roles that on her 30th birthday, friends gave her presents of food. By 1987, Lenz appeared in "Stripped to Kill" playing a stripper performin
- Christopher H Smith American politician (Representative-Republican-New Jersey: 1981-).
- Christopher Smith: American politician, congress representative from New Jersey. Smith is an anti-abortionist, a member of the NJ Right To Life Committee 1976--78. In 1978 he went into private sector as sales executive for Leisure Unlimited. One marriage; four kids.
- Nick Campion: British astrologer who began his study at 18, in 1971, turning pro in 1975 after graduating Cambridge University with a history degree. He returned to London University to take post-graduate courses in politics and international relations. Since then, he became an acknowledged expert on mundane astrology and the history of astrology. In 1995 he returned to consulting after a leave of ten years.
- Pawe? Janas: Polish football manager
- Rose Laurens: French singer-songwriter
- Scott Hicks: Australian film director of the movie "Shine," the story of David Helfgott. The film, profiling Helfgott's life, was released and applauded at the Sundance Film Festival on 1/21/1996. At the 1997 Academy Awards ceremony, the film racked up seven Oscar nominations.
- Sergei S Prokoviev: Russian Composer (Peter & the wolf), dies at 61.
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