George Balanchine
Balanchine's first American ballet, Serenade (1934), was choreographed for his students. An ideal manifestation of Tchaikovsky's soaring Serenade for Strings...
George Balanchine - George Balanchine's Apollo
This ballet depicts Apollo, the young god of music, who is visited and instructed by three Muses: Calliope, Muse of poetry, whose symbol is a tablet; Polyhym...
George Balanchine - George Balanchine's Serenade
Balanchine's first American ballet, Serenade (1934), was choreographed for his students. An ideal manifestation of Tchaikovsky's soaring Serenade for Strings...
George Balanchine - George Balanchine's Ballo della Regina, clip 1
Created by the legendary George Balanchine for New York City Ballet in 1978, Ballo della Regina is a virtuoso set of variations, comparable to the bel canto ...
George Balanchine - George Balanchine's Rubies
Rubies Choreography by George Balanchine © The George Balanchine Trust A ballet in three parts, George Balanchine's Jewels was premiered by New York City Bal...
George Balanchine - George Balanchine's Symphony in C
George Balanchine's dazzling Symphony in C is a stunning showpiece for Houston Ballet's full company. Symphony in C Choreography by George Balanchine © The G...
R. Padmanaban
R. Padmanabhan (1895–1983) was one of the pioneers of South Indian Film Industry. He initially started distribution of silent films and later started directing and producing his own movies. He was son...
Miguel Poventud
Miguel Poventud a.k.a. "El Niño Prodigio de Guayama" and "Miguelito" (August 4, 1942 – March 3, 1983), was a Puerto Rican musician, singer, actor and composer of Boleros. Among the notable singe...
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Joseph DeGuglielmo
Joseph A. DeGuglielmo was an American judge and politician who served as associate justice of the Boston Municipal Court and was mayor and city manager of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
DeGuglielmo was...
Don Irwin
Donald Emerson Irwin (July 22, 1913 – June 8, 1983) was an American football running back in the National Football League for the Boston/Washington Redskins. He played college football at Colg...
Cameron Hall (actor)
Cameron Hall (born 6 January 1897 in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire – died 19 December 1983 in Sidmouth, Devon) was a British actor.
Bob Beattie
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Arthur Woodruff
Arthur Woodruff (12 April 1913 – 5 January 1983) was an English professional association football player who played as a centre-half.
Rob Kell
John Robert ("Rob") Kell, CBE (1902 - 1983) was an English civil engineer with particular expertise in the field of heating, ventilation and air conditioning.Kell joined the firm of Oscar Faber & ...
Godfrey Stillman Rockefeller
Godfrey Stillman Rockefeller (May 1, 1899 – February 23, 1983) was an American financier. He was the second son of William Goodsell Rockefeller and Sarah Elizabeth "Elsie" Stillman. Godfrey served as ...
Jack Parker (cricketer)
John Frederick 'Jack' Parker (born 23 April 1913 at Battersea, London; died 26 January 1983 at Bromley, Kent) was an English cricketer. He was an all-rounder and a good slip fielder, whose long first-...
May Alix
Liza Mae "May" Alix (August 31, 1902 in Chicago, Illinois - November 1, 1983) was an American cabaret and jazz vocalist.She began her career as a singer with the Jimmie Noone band in the clubs of Chic...
Herman Schlom
Herman Schlom (1904–1983) was a film producer who first received film credit as an assistant director for Dracula in 1931. Some of Schlom's notable films, as a producer, include the crime thrillers T...
Joan Valerie
Joan Valerie (July 15, 1911 in Rhinelander, Wisconsin - January 30, 1983 in Long Beach, California) was an American actress, who appeared mainly in B movies in the late 1930s and 1940s. She was discov...
George Bernard Harris
George Bernard Harris (August 16, 1901 – October 18, 1983) was a United States federal judge.Born in San Francisco, California, Harris received an LL.B. from the University of San Francisco Scho...
Felix Pappalardi
Felix A. Pappalardi Jr. (December 30, 1939 – April 17, 1983) was an American music producer, songwriter, vocalist, and bass guitarist.
Pappalardi was born in the Bronx, New York. A classica...
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Jeganathan
Jeganathan, also known as Jegan, (born on 28 October 1956 in Thondaimanaru) was one of the members of former Tamil militant organization TELO from Sri Lanka. He was arrested and sentenced to death an...
Amal Abul-Qassem Donqol
Amal Abul-Qassem Donqol (Egyptian Arabic: أمل ابو القاسم دنقل, [ˈʔæmæl æbolˈʔæːsem ˈdonʔol]; 1940–1983) was an Egyptian poet whose poems were influenced by Greek mythology, then pre-Islamic and Is...
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Rudolf Rupec
Rudolf Rupec (17 February 1895 in Grubišno polje, Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia, Austria-Hungary – 1 July 1983 in Zagreb) was a Croatian footballer who played for the national teams of Austria and the K...
Jessica Smith (editor)
Jessica Smith (1895 – 1983) was an American editor and activist and was the wife first of Harold Ware and John Abt
Daughter of the painter Walter Granville-Smith of New York, Jessica Granvil...
Eric Gardner Turner
Sir Eric Gardner Turner CBE (26 February 1911 – 20 April 1983) was an English papyrologist and classicist.Turner was born in Broomhill, Sheffield. He was educated at King Edward VII School and Magdale...
Ko Willems
Jacobus ("Ko") Matheus Willems (27 October 1900 – 28 September 1983) was a track cyclist from the Netherlands, who represented his native country at the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, France. Th...