Tuesday 4 March 1941US date format: 3/4/1941, UK date format: 4/3/1941
It was Tuesday, under the sign of Pisces (see birth chart on March 4, 1941). The US president was Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Adrian Lyne and Tracy Cabot.
Topper Returns, directed by Roy Del Ruth, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1941
On TV people were watching Tom and Jerry.
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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.
- Adrian Lyne: English director producer and...
- Tracy Cabot: American writer of pop-psychology...
- Ji-Tu Cumbuka in Helena: Alabama, USA; actor (Roots, Man Called...
- Linda Obermoeller: American painter (d. 1990).
- John Aprea in Englewood: New Jersey, USA; actor (Lucas - Another...
- James Zagel: United States district judge and...
- Bobby Shew: American trumpet player.
- John Hancock in Hazen: Arkansas, USA; actor (Black Marble,...
- 18 Geuzen resistance fighters sentenced to death in The Hague
- Serbian Prince Paul visits Hitler
- NHL Chicago Blackhawks' goalie Samuel LoPresti stops record 80 of 83 Boston Bruins' shots.
- World War II: The United Kingdom launches Operation Claymore on the Lofoten Islands.