Saturday December 17, 1910: on this day

About December 17th, 1910, in brief:

  • Day of the week: December 17th, 1910 was a Saturday
  • Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius (in western zodiac), Dog (in Chinese zodiac)
  • Famous Birthdays: Milla Jovovich, John Abraham
  • Moon Phase: Full Moon
  • #1 US song: My Prairie Song Bird by Frank Stanley & Henry Burr
  • Popular movie: Rip Van Winkle directed by Will Vinton

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What day of the week was December 17, 1910?

December 17, 1910 was a Saturday and it was the 351st day of the year 1910 in the Gregorian calendar.

December 17, 1910 can also be written as 12/17/1910 in the US and as 17/12/1910 in UK and Europe.

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December 17, 1910: What is The Zodiac Sign for that day?

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The Zodiac and Astrological sign for December 17th is Sagittarius.

Sagittarius is the 9th sign in the Western Zodiac. People born between November 22nd and December 21st belong to the Sagittarius sign: discover Sagittarius personality and who should a Sagittarius marry.

Babies born in December are either Sagittarius or Capricorn. People born before December 21st are Sagittarius, while people born from December 22nd have the sign of Capricorn.

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December 17, 1910: What is the Chinese Zodiac Sign for that day?

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The Chinese Zodiac sign for December 17, 1910 is Dog and the associated element is Metal.

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December 17, 1910: What was the moon phase on that day?

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The moon phase on December 17, 1910 was Full Moon.

The moon phase refers to the appearance of the Moon in the night sky on December 17, 1910 and is determined by the portion of the Moon's illuminated surface that is visible from Earth.

An observer located in New York City on December 17, 1910 at 10pm, would see the moon, being 93% full, rising at 05:41 pm and setting at 09:42 am.

The previous full moon was on Dec 16, 1910 while the next full moon would come on Jan 14, 1911.

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Who was born on December 17, 1910?

Famous people born on December 17, 1910:

  • Sy Oliver

    American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader (born in 1910).

  • Marc Lawrence

    American actor, director, producer, and screenwriter (b. 1910).

  • Jean Maitron

    French historian who specializes in the labour movement.

  • Eknath Easwaran

    Indian-american author and educator (d. 1999).

  • Spade Cooley
  • Gino Ansaloni
  • Jean Gysel
  • Umberto Bernasconi
  • Manuel Vázquez Sagastizabal
  • Melvin «Sy» Oliver

Whose famous birthday is on December 17th?

Famous individuals and celebrities born on December 17th:

  • Milla Jovovich
    Milla Jovovich

    She is a ukrainian actress and model.

  • John Abraham
    John Abraham

    Indian actor and producer.

  • Sarah Paulson
    Sarah Paulson

    American actress on stage, film, and television.

  • Giovanni Ribisi
    Giovanni Ribisi

    American actor and producer.

  • Katheryn Winnick
    Katheryn Winnick

    Tv actress.

  • Bill Pullman
    Bill Pullman

    Versatile actor recognized for his performances in 'Independence Day' and 'The Sinner'.

  • Mike Mills
    Mike Mills

    American musician and bass player, who is part of the band r.e.

  • Laurie Holden
    Laurie Holden

    American-canadian producer and actress.

  • Eugene Levy
    Eugene Levy

    Hamilton, ontario -- comedian / writer (sctv).

  • André Claveau
    André Claveau

    French actor and singer (d. 2003).

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How old is someone born on December 17, 1910?

Someone born on December 17, 1910 is:

113 years 5 months old,

or 1361 months and 2 days old,

or 5918 weeks and 1 day old,

or 41427 days old,

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How many days until your next birthday if you were born on December 17, 1910?

There are 212 days until your next birthday, which will occur on Tuesday December 17th 2024.

What generation do you belong to if you were born on December 17, 1910?

You belong to the Greatest Generation if you were born on December 17, 1910.


December 17, 1910: What famous people died on that day?

What famous deaths happened on December 17th?

Famous deaths on December 17th:

  • Jennifer Jones
    Jennifer Jones

    American actress who won the oscar in 1943 for best actress for her role as bernadette's first major role.

  • Dana Andrews
    Dana Andrews

    American actor (laura the best years of our lives, i was a communist for fbi) dies at the age of 82 from congestive heart disease.

  • Thomas Mitchell
    Thomas Mitchell

    American actor (b. 1892).

  • Janet Margolin
    Janet Margolin

    American actress annie hall, 50, dies from ovarian cancer.

  • Kelvin Klein

    Known for formulating the first and second laws of thermodynamics.

  • Kiala Nzinga

    Kiala Nzinga was a 17th-century queen of the Ndongo and Matamba kingdoms in present-day Angola, known for her resistance against Portuguese...

  • Dniya Bouazizi

    Known for sparking the Arab Spring with his self-immolation protest.

  • Leonidus Kogan

    Soviet violin virtuoso acclaimed for his technical mastery and emotional depth in performances.

  • Marguerite Yourcenar

    Belgian-born French novelist and essayist, the first woman to be elected to the Académie française.

  • Luay al-Atassi

    Syrian politician who served as Prime Minister of Syria.

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December 17, 1910: Number 1 song on that day

The number 1 song on December 17, 1910 is the best selling or most popular song as resulting from the music charts in the week December 12th and December 18th. It changes depending on Countries, Music Genres and methodology used to rank the most popular song (for ex., sales, streaming).

December 17, 1910: What was the number 1 song in the USA on that day?

The number 1 song in the USA on December 17, 1910 was My Prairie Song Bird by Frank Stanley & Henry Burr, according to the music chart for the week December 12th and December 18th.

December 17, 1910: What was the music chart in the USA on that day?

The music chart in the USA on December 17, 1910 is the list of the most popular songs across all genres for the week December 12th and December 18th. It included the following Top 5 songs:

  1. - My Prairie Song Bird
  2. - I'll Lend You Everything I've Got Except My Wife
  3. - Wait Till the Clouds Roll By
  4. - Gavotte in E Major

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December 17, 1910: What were the most popular movies on that day?

The most popular movies on December 17, 1910 were the films released in theaters close to that day with the largest audiences and significant box office revenue, including:

Rip Van Winkle

Release year: 1910

Directed by: Will Vinton

Peder Tordenskjold

Peder Tordenskjold

Release year: 1910

Directed by: Ernst Munkeboe

Starring: Christian Hansen, Valborg Kierkegaard, Ernst Munkeboe, Carl Schenstrøm

Country: United States of America

Lucrezia Borgia

Lucrezia Borgia

Release year: 1910

Directed by: Mario Caserini

Starring: Francesca Bertini, Maria Caserini, Maria Jacobini

Die Pulvermühle

Die Pulvermühle

Release year: 1910

Directed by: Viggo Larsen

Starring: Viggo Larsen, Wanda Treumann, Max Mack, Leopold Gadiel

Floretta e Patapon

Floretta e Patapon

Release year: 1910

Directed by: Mario Caserini

Starring: Mary Bayma-Riva, Mario Bonnard, Maria Caserini, Camillo De Riso


Who was the US President on December 17, 1910?

On December 17, 1910 the US President was William Howard Taft (Republican).

Who was the UK Prime Minister on December 17, 1910?

On December 17, 1910 the UK Prime Minister was H. H. Asquith (Liberal).

Who was the Pope on December 17, 1910?

On December 17, 1910 the Pope was Pius X.


What is special about December 17th?

December 17th refers to a specific date on the calendar, which is the 17th day of the month of December. It is a date that occurs annually and is part of the Gregorian calendar, which is widely used around the world.

Over the years several events happened on December 17th, such as:

  • 2018 - Somali civil war (2009-present). six u.s. airstrikes in somalia over the weekend killed at least 62 al-shabaab terrorists, according to the pentagon.
  • 2017 - 9 people are killed in a suicide bombing and gun attack at a quetta methodist church in pakistan on july 17, 2017.
  • 2016 - 2016 kayseri bombing - at least 13 people were killed and 56 more injured in a bombing of a bus carrying off-duty troops in kayseri province in central turkey.

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What happened in 1910?

1910 was filled with very interesting events such as

  • Edward Forster publishes Howards End
  • 1st airship in service Germany
  • US supported opposition brings down Madriz in Nicaragua

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What was the calendar for December 1910?

December 1910 followed the same calendar system as the rest of that year and the years surrounding it, with December being the 12th month of the year. This calendar is characterized by 12 months, 365 days in a common year, and 366 days in a leap year, such as 2012.

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Saturday December 17, 1910