Your place in the Universe on July 27, 1960
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US date format: 7/27/1960, UK date format: 27/7/1960
We've performed the most in-depth research possible on July 27, 1960, here's what our experts found out:
it was Wednesday, under the sign of Leo (see zodiac and Moon Sign on July 27, 1960). The US president was Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican), the UK Prime Minister was Harold Macmillan (Conservative), Pope John XXIII was leading the Catholic Church.
Famous people born on this day include Jo Durie and Elena Kopylova.
In that special week of July people in US were listening to I'm Sorry by Brenda Lee.
In UK Please Don't Tease by Cliff Richard was in the top 5 hits.
Hell to Eternity, directed by Phil Karlson, was one of the most viewed movie released in 1960
while The View From The Fortieth Floor by Theodore H. White was one of the best selling book.
But much more happened that day: find out below..
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On July 27, 1960 the day of the week was Wednesday.
On July 27, 1960 the zodiac sign was Leo.
On July 27, 1960 the US President was Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican).
On July 27, 1960 the UK Prime Minister was Harold Macmillan (Conservative).
On July 27, 1960 Pope John XXIII was leading the Catholic Church.
On July 27, 1960 several famous people were born including, Jo Durie, Elena Kopylova, Gabrielle Glaister.
The number one song in the week of July 27, 1960 was I'm Sorry by Brenda Lee in US and Please Don't Tease by Cliff Richard in UK.
The top hits on July 27, 1960 were I'm Sorry by Brenda Lee, Only The Lonely (Know The Way I Feel) by Roy Orbison, Alley-Oop by Hollywood Argyles in US and Please Don't Tease by Cliff Richard, Shakin' All Over by Johnny Kidd & The Pirates, Apache by The Shadows in UK.