Thursday 6 March 1947
It was Thursday, under the sign of Pisces (see planets position on March 6, 1947). The US president was Harry S. Truman (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Robert Reiner and John Stossel.
The Egg and I, directed by Chester Erskine, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1947
On TV people were watching Muffin the Mule.
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- In Ghana, - The National independence day.
- Casimir Pulaski Day in Illinois (2006, first Monday of March).
- Saint Chrodegang
- Saint Fridolin
- Saint Coleta of Ghent
- In 2004, the Jewish holiday of Purim begins.
- Robert Reiner
- John Stossel: American journalist who virtually pioneered consumer reporting on television, garnering more than 19 Emmys.
- Dick Fosbury: American high jumper, won olympic track & field gold medal at 1968 games.
- Martin Kove: American actor.
- Killer Khan: Japanese wrestler and actor.
- John Kitzhaber: Politician.
- Judy Loe: Urmston Manchester, United Kingdom -- Actress (Singles, Meaning of Life).
- Jean Seaton: English historian and academic.
- Rob Reiner: American actor, director, producer, and activist.
- Kiki Dee: British singer.
- Tony Badger: English historian and academic.
- Ludwig Weber: Composer, dies at 55.
- XB-45, 1st US 4-engine jet bomber, makes 1st test flight, Muroc, California
- XB-45, first US 4-engine jet bomber, makes first test flight, Muroc, California.
- USS ''Newport News'', the first completely air-conditioned warship,!--what does that make wartime submarines...?-- is launched in Newport News, Virginia.
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