Monday 3 May 1926
It was Monday, under the sign of Taurus (see planets position on May 3, 1926). The US president was Calvin Coolidge (Republican).
Famous people born on this day include Ann B Davis and Gérard Saumade.
Mum's the Word, directed by Leo McCarey, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1926
But much more happened that day: find out below..
What the sky looked like on 3 May 1926
Which were the most popular movies released in the last months ?
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Which were the important events of 3 May 1926 ?
- Saint Apostle James the Lesser
- Black Madonna of Cz?stochowa Queen and Protector of Poland (since April 1, 1656)
- Antonia and Alexander (martyrs of 313)
- Saint Emily Bicchiere (1238 - 1314
- Saints Eventius and Alexander, Saint Theodulus (martyrs of 119)
- Saint Ansfrid (c. 1008)
- Saint Alexander I
- Saint Apostle Philip
- Feast of the Finding of the Holy Cross, aka the Invention of the True Cross.
- Discoflux (Discordianism).
- Constitution Day in Poland and Japan.
- World Press Freedom Day.
- Saint Juvenalis (d. 376)
- Ann B Davis
- Gérard Saumade
- Jimmy Cleveland
- Matt Baldwin: Canadian curler and engineer.
- Ann Davis: American actress and comedienne, known for her role as Schultzy in the TV sitcom "The Bob Cummings Show.
- Herbert Blau: American engineer and academic (d. 2013).
- Jane Fitch: American astrologer, a self-taught astrology buff for the past 23 years.
- Adolph Posnick: Canadian executive and CEO of Ferro, a specialty materials maker.
- Napoleon V Bonaparte: French pretender to the throne, dies at age 63.
- Pulitzer prize awarded to Sinclair Lewis (Arrowsmith)
- British general strike-3 million workers support miners.
- US marines land in Nicaragua (9 months after leaving), stay until 1933.
- the coal miners are locked-out in Britain.
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Which were the top hits in that special week of May 1926 ?
Top #2 songs in the USA
- Always - Vincent Lopez & His Orchestra
- Clap Hands! Here Comes Charley - Johnny Marvin