Wednesday 7 December 1932
It was Wednesday, under the sign of Sagittarius. The US president was Herbert Hoover (Republican).
A Farewell to Arms, directed by Frank Borzage, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1932
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- United States - Pearl Harbor Day (observance)
- International Civil Aviation Day
- R.C. Saints - Saint Ambrose: Memorial
- Curt Brasket: American chess player (d. 2014).
- Paul Caponigro: American photographer and pianist.
- Oktay Ekşi: Turkish journalist and politician.
- Rosemary Rogers: Sri Lankan-American journalist and author.
- J Sumarlin: Indonesian economist and politician 17th Indonesian Minister of Finance.
- Ellen Burstyn in Detroit: Michigan, USA; actress (The Exorcist, Alice Doesn't Live Here).
- Gerard van den Berg: Dutch TV host (Like Father, Like Son)
- Ellen Burstyn: American film and theater actress who was on-screen from 1964, making her TV debut in 1972. Burstyn received a Best Supporting Actress nomination for her role in "The Last Picture Show." Other films include "The Exorcist," 1973, and "Alice Doesn't Live Here Any More," 1974, which won her the Best Actress Oscar the following year. The first woman president of the theatrical union, Actors' Equity, Burstyn was also rewarded a Tony award for her performance in "Same Time, Next Year". A member of the
- 1st gyro-stabilized vessel to cross Atlantic arrives in New York
- First gyro-stabilized vessel to cross the Atlantic arrives in New York, USA.
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