Wednesday 20 July 1938
It was Wednesday, under the sign of Cancer. The US president was Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic).
Love Finds Andy Hardy, directed by George B. Seitz, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1938
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- St. Jerome Aemiliani
- St. Rufina
- St. Flavian
- St. Justa
- St. Margaret of Antioch
- St. Sabinus
- St. Joseph of Barsabas
- Brazil - Friendship Day
- St. Ceslas
- Argentina - Dfa del Amigo (Friendship Day)
- Japan - Marine Day (Umi-no-hi, currently it falls on the third Monday in July.)
- Northern Cyprus - Peace and Freedom Day
- Colombia - Independence Day
- Feast day for at least seventeen saints in the Roman Catholic Church: Saint Aurelius
- St. Wulmar/Ulmar
- St. Severa1
- St. Barhadbesciabas
- St. Severa2
- St. Wilgefortis
- International chess day
- Dame Diana Rigg: English actress.
- Natalie Wood [Natasha Gurdin] in San Francisco: California, USA; actor (Gypsy, Rebel Without a Cause).
- Jo Ann Campbell in Jacksonville: Florida, USA; Lawrence Welk's champagne lady.
- Deniz Baykal: Turkish lawyer and politician Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey.
- Roger Hunt: English footballer.
- Tony Oliva: Cuban-American baseball player and coach
- Natalie Wood: American actress, one of the few child stars who was able to make the transition from child roles to teenage and adult roles. She was born Natasha Nikolaevna Gurdin to Russian immigrant parents. One of the most universally popular actresses of her generation, she was petite, dark and attractive. Her first role was a bit part in "Happy Land" in 1943 when she was four. Her parents then moved to Los Angeles with hopes their daughter could develop an acting career. When eight years old, Natalie appe
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- Diana Rigg: British actress, an attractive star who established her reputation in Shakespeare but gained international fame and popularity as karate-skilled secret agent Emma Peel in the TV action series "The Avengers." She later starred briefly in her own American TV show "Diana." 1973-1974. Her films include, "Evil Under the Sun," 1982 and "On Her Majesty's Secret Service," 1969.
- Finland awarded 1940 Olympic games after Japan withdraws
- The United States Department of Justice files suit in New York City against the motion picture industry charging violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act in regards to the studio system. The case would eventually result in a break-up of the industry in 1948.
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