Friday June 18, 1926

US date format: 6/18/1926, UK date format: 18/6/1926

It was Friday, under the sign of Gemini (see birth chart on June 18, 1926). The US president was Calvin Coolidge (Republican), the UK Prime Minister was Stanley Baldwin (Conservative), Pope Pius XI was leading the Catholic Church. Famous people born on this day include Tom Wicker and Patricia Hutchinson. Up in Mabel's Room, directed by E. Mason Hopper, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1926
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Historical Events

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Holidays

  • Seychelles - National Day.
  • Brazil - Chemist's Day.
  • Father's Day, US, UK, Chile (2006).
  • Autistic Pride Day, beginning in 2005.

Events

  • Theodor Lessing laid-off because he is a Jew in Hanover

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Movies

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Up in Mabel's Room

Up in Mabel's Room

Directed by: E. Mason Hopper

Starring: Marie Prevost, Harrison Ford, Phyllis Haver, Harry Myers

Mighty Like a Moose

Mighty Like a Moose

Directed by: Leo McCarey

Starring: Charley Chase, Vivien Oakland, Ann Howe, Charles Clary

Ice Cold Cocos

Ice Cold Cocos

Directed by: Del Lord

Starring: Billy Bevan, Andy Clyde, Madeline Hurlock, Kewpie Morgan

Long Fliv the King

Long Fliv the King

Directed by: Leo McCarey

Starring: Charley Chase, Oliver Hardy, Martha Sleeper, Max Davidson

Family Album

Family Album

Directed by: Mainak Bhaumik

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Music charts

Which were the top hits in that special week of June 18, 1926?
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Top #3 songs in the USA

  1. - A Night of Love
  2. - Sleepy Head
  3. - This Means Nothing to Me

Magazine Covers

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