The Million Pound Note (1954) Starring Gregory Peck - Full Movie
As part of a bet, two aristocrats offer a penniless American (Gregory Peck) a loan, without telling him that the amount is £1,000,000 in the form of a single banknote. The Million Pound Note (1954) S...
Uncovered: How Frank Sheeran killed Jimmy Hoffa
It all started, and ended, on this day 41 years ago.
Super Bowl XVII starter Woodley's life drifted after football
He was a loner and a drinker, and although he did his job on the football field, Dolphins quarterback David Woodley never could escape his demons. As ESPN.com's Elizabeth Merrill writes, Woodley hated...
Frank Sheeran: Mafia hitman who killed Jimmy Hoffa was my father
Robert de Niro is about to bring the story of Frank Sheeran - The Irishman - to the big screen. But his daughter reveals how he kept his grisly past from his family.
Richard A. Howard
Richard Alden Howard (1917–2003) was an American botanist and plant taxonomist. Howard, who served as director of Arnold Arboretum between 1954 and 1977, was known for his work in tropical biology an...
Uncovered: How Frank Sheeran killed Jimmy Hoffa
It all started, and ended, on this day 41 years ago.
Nikola Dekleva
Dr. Nikola Dekleva (19 December 1926, Leskovac – 31 December 2003, Dobrota near Kotor) was a Serbian surgeon, professor of medicine, creator of hiperbaric medicine in Serbia, and a recognized expert i...
Don Bunce
Don Bunce (January 17, 1949 – April 15, 2003) was an American football quarterback and orthopedic surgeon.
Bunce was a graduate of Woodside High School, then attended Stanford University, wh...
Don Bunce - Wikipedia
Super Bowl XVII starter Woodley's life drifted after football
He was a loner and a drinker, and although he did his job on the football field, Dolphins quarterback David Woodley never could escape his demons. As ESPN.com's Elizabeth Merrill writes, Woodley hated...
Arnold Gerschwiler
Arnold Gerschwiler, OBE (28 May 1914 — 22 August 2003) was a Swiss figure skating coach.
Gerschwiler was born in Arbon, Switzerland. He was the half-brother of Jacques Gerschwiler and the uncle of...
Daan den Bleijker
Daan den Bleijker (born 30 June 1928 in Rotterdam-death 30 June 2003) is a former Dutch footballer who was active as a forward. Den Bleijker made his debut at Feijenoord, but also played for DHC.
Dick Cusack
Richard John "Dick" Cusack (August 29, 1925 – June 2, 2003) was an American actor and filmmaker.
Cusack was born in New York City, the son of Margaret (née McFeeley) and Dennis Joseph Cusack...
P. Madhavan
P. Madhavan is a Tamil film director and film producer in Tamil cinema in 1960s and 1970s. Madhavan has directed 49 films and produced 39 films under the banner Arun Prasad Movies.
Madhavan starte...
R. K. Sinha
Radha Krishna Sinha (Hindi: राधा कृष्ण सिन्हा; 1 January 1917 – 27 August 2003) was an Indian scholar of English literature. He came from a family of elite intellectuals and academics. He was a DP...
Erika Wendt
Erika Wendt, née Erika Schwarze (1917 – 9 April 2003) was a German secretary. During World War II, she was active as a Swedish spy as an employée of August Fincke, the German attaché of trade in Stock...
Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan
Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan (April 10, 1915 – July 31, 2003) also known as Bani-e-Kashmir "Father of Kashmir" and Ghazi-e-Millat "Hero of Nation", was the founder and first President of Azad Ka...
Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan - Wikipedia
Itchiku Kubota
Itchiku Kubota (久保田 一竹, Kubota Itchiku)(1917-2003) was a Japanese textile artist. He was most famous for reviving and modernizing a lost late-15th- to early-16th-century textile-dyeing and dec...
Philip Stone
Philip Stone (14 April 1924 – 15 June 2003) was an English actor.
He was born Philip Stones in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire. Stone appeared in three successive Stanley Kubrick films: play...
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Subrata Guha
Subrata Guha  pronunciation  (31 January 1946, Kolkata, Bengal – 5 November 2003, Mumbai) was an Indian cricketer who played in four Tests from 1967 to 1969.
Frank Kozloski
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Azim Tyabji
Azim Tyabji was a Muslim scholar and reformer.He was the son of Hussein Tyabji, and grandson of Justice Badruddin Tyabji, who was one of the founders and presidents of the Indian National Congress and...
Stu Hart
Stewart Edward "Stu" Hart, CM (May 3, 1915 – October 16, 2003) was a Canadian amateur wrestler, professional wrestler, promoter and trainer. Hart founded Stampede Wrestling, a promotion based in Calga...
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Jacques François
Henri Jacques Daniel Paul François (16 May 1920 – 25 November 2003), known as Jacques François was a French actor. During a sixty-year career (1942-2002) he appeared in more than 120 films and over 30...
Charlie Tolar
Charlie Tolar (September 5, 1937 – April 28, 2003) was an early American Football League (AFL) star. Tolar attended Northwestern State University of Louisiana. At Northwestern, Tolar was twice Gulf...
Michiel Dudok van Heel
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Max Rayne
Max Rayne, Baron Rayne (8 February 1918 – 10 October 2003) was a London property developer who supported medical, religious, education and arts charities in England.
Rayne came from a Jewish famil...
Yoshio Sakurauchi
Yoshio Sakurauchi (櫻内 義雄, Sakurauchi Yoshio, 8 May 1912 – 6 July 2003) was a Japanese politician and a significant member of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) of Japan.
Sakurauchi was bor...
Norman Charles Roettger, Jr.
Norman Charles Roettger Jr. (November 3, 1930–July 26, 2003) was an American lawyer and judge. Roettger was born in Lucasville, Ohio, in 1930. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Ohio S...