Monday 17 December 1945
It was Monday, under the sign of Sagittarius. The US president was Harry S. Truman (Democratic).
Leave Her to Heaven, directed by John M. Stahl, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1945
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- Jean-Pierre Cattenoz: French Catholic priest, who served as archbishop of Avignon.
- Christopher Cazenove: England, United Kingdom -- Actor (Ben-Dynasty).
- Ernie Hudson in Benton Harbor: Michigan, USA; actor (Ghostbusters, Weeds).
- Chris Matthews: American journalist and author.
- Jüri Talvet: Estonian poet and critic.
- Artie Mitchell: American homicide victim, shot to death by his brother Jim at his home near San Francisco on 2/27/1991, c. 10:00 PM. Artie and Jim were pornographers, pioneers of the sex industry as it exists in the late 20th century. Jim started their business while he was in college during the '60s, finding that the freedoms of the flower children included liberal exhibitionism. The pictures that he shot found an easy market in the streets of San Francisco. Artie joined Jim in his capitalistic venture, adding
- Jacqueline Wilson: Children's Author
- Ernie Hudson: Movie Actor
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