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Paris - Notable Historical Events

VoltaireNov 18, 1718

Denis DiderotSep 26, 1771

NapoleonSep 28, 1785

Alexander von HumboldtDec 7, 1804

Victor HugoFeb 25, 1830

Frederic ChopinApr 26, 1835

Louis DaguerreAug 19, 1839

BizetSep 10, 1863

Giuseppe VerdiMar 11, 1867

Oscar WildeFeb 11, 1896

Vincent van GoghMar 17, 1901

Pablo PicassoJun 24, 1901

LeninNov 20, 1911

Igor StravinskyMay 29, 1913

Mata HariOct 15, 1917

W.E.B. Du BoisFeb 19, 1919

James JoyceFeb 2, 1922

Charles LindberghMay 20, 1927

George BalanchineJun 7, 1933

Winston ChurchillMay 16, 1940

HitlerJun 15, 1940

Jean-Paul SartreNov 8, 1946

Albert CamusOct 27, 1948

Samuel BeckettJan 5, 1953

Charles de GaulleMay 31, 1961

Aleksandr SolzhenitsynDec 28, 1973

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Paris - Historical Events
Date Event
845-03-28

Paris is sacked by Viking raiders, probably under Ragnar Lodbrok, who collects a huge ransom in exchange for leaving.

888-01-13

Odo, Count of Paris, becomes King of the Franks.

951-07-08

Paris is founded

1242-06-06

24 wagonloads of Talmudic books burned in Paris

1259-12-04

Treaty of Paris: English King Henry III & French King Louis IX

1277-03-07

Condemnation of 219 philosophical and theological theses by Stephen Tempier, Bishop of Paris.

1303-05-20

Treaty of Paris restores Gascony to the English and arranges for marriage of English Prince Edward to French Princess Isabella

1323-03-06

Treaty of Paris - Flemish relinquish claims over the County of Zeeland

1349-10-05

Paris' theologist Jean de Fayt warns against the Flagellants at Avignon

1370-04-22

Building begins of Bastille fortress in Paris

1390-10-29

First trial for witchcraft in Paris.

1393-01-28

Fire during Royal Ball at Paris, 4 die (Ball of the Ardents)

1418-06-12

An insurrection delivers Paris to the Burgundians.

1420-12-01

Henry V of England enters Paris.

1463-01-05

French poet Francois Villon banished from Paris

1525-03-20

Paris' parliament begins pursuit of Protestants

1550-01-10

1st sitting of "Vurige Chamber" in Paris

1562-03-15

General Francois de Guise enters Paris

1572-08-24

St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre of Protestants by Roman Catholics begins in Paris and later spreads to the French provinces

1576-02-03

Henry of Navarre (future Henry IV) escapes from Paris during the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre

1581-10-15

Commissioned by Catherine De Medici, the 1st ballet "Ballet Comique de la Reine", is staged in Paris

1588-05-09

Duke Henri de Guise's troops occupy Paris

1588-05-12

Catholic League under duke Henri de Guise occupies Paris

1588-05-13

King Henri III flees Paris

1590-09-05

Alexander Farnese's army forces Henry IV of France to raise the siege of Paris.

1594-03-22

French King Henri IV festival in Paris

1596-12-22

Ferryboat Meuniers crashes in Paris, 150 die

1610-05-15

Parliament of Paris appoints Louis XIII (8) as French king

1635-02-10

Academie Francaise forms in Paris (by Cardinal Richelieu)

1640-03-09

Pierre Corneilles "Horace," premieres in Paris

1651-02-06

-7] Cardinal Mazarin flees Paris

1652-07-04

Prince of Condé starts blood bath in Paris

1652-10-13

Prince of Condé flees Paris

1652-10-21

King Louis XIV returns to Paris

1653-02-03

Cardinal Mazarin returns to Paris from exile

1656-12-14

Artificial pearls 1st manufactured by M Jacquin in Paris made of gypsum pellets covered with fish scales

1659-01-24

Pierre Corneille's "Oedipe," premieres in Paris

1664-07-31

Pierre Corneille's "Othon" premieres in Paris

1665-09-22

Molieres "L'amour Medecin," premieres in Paris

1665-12-04

Jean Racine's "Alexandre le Grand" premieres in Paris

1667-04-09

1st public art exhibition (Palais-Royale, Paris)

1667-11-07

Jean Racines "Andromaque," premieres in Paris

1668-12-13

Jean Racine's "Britannicus" premieres in Paris

1670-11-28

Pierre Corneille's "Tite et Berenice" premieres in Paris

1672-01-01

Jean Racine's "Bajazet," premieres in Paris

1673-01-13

Jean Racine's "Mithridate," premieres in Paris

1674-10-11

Pierre Corneille's "Surena" premieres in Paris

1679-01-31

Jean-Baptiste Lully's opera "Bellerophon," premieres in Paris

1682-05-01

Louis XIV & his court inaugurate Paris Observatory

1686-02-15

Jean Baptiste Lully's opera "Armide," premieres in Paris

1696-12-19

Jean-Francois Regnard's "Le Joueur" premieres in Paris

1705-12-29

Prosper Jolyot's "Idomenée," premieres in Paris

1708-12-14

Prosper Jolyot's "Electre" premieres in Paris

1714-02-17

Parliament of Paris accepts Pope Clemens XI's "Unigenitus" degree

1715-05-04

French manufacturer debuts 1st folding umbrella (Paris)

1718-11-18

Voltaire's "Oedipe" premieres in Paris

1720-10-17

Pierre de Marivaux' "Arlequin Poli Par l'Amour," premieres in Paris

1722-05-03

Pierre de Marivaux' "La Double Inconstance" premieres in Paris

1726-05-05

Marie de Camargo (16) premieres at Opera of Paris

1727-05-31

France, Britain & Netherlands sign accord of Paris

1727-06-13

Spain underwrites Preliminairy of Paris

1728-04-22

Pierre de Marivaux' "Le Triomphe de Plutus" premieres in Paris

1730-12-11

Voltaire's "Brutus" premieres in Paris

1732-01-29

Paris churchyard of Saint-Medard closed after Jansenistic ritual

1732-08-13

Voltaire's "Zaire" premieres in Paris

1762-11-03

Britain & Spain sign Treaty of Paris

1762-12-09

British parliament accepts Treaty of Paris

1763-02-10

Treaty of Paris ends French-Indian War, surrendering Canada to Britain

1765-03-09

After a public campaign by the writer Voltaire, judges in Paris posthumously exonerate Jean Calas of murdering his son. Calas had been tortured and executed in 1762 on the charge, though his son had actually committed suicide.

1770-01-13

De Beaumarchais' "Les Deux Amis," premieres in Paris

1771-09-26

Denis Diderot's "Le Fils Naturel" premieres in Paris

1771-11-04

Carlo Goldoni's "Le Bourru Bienfaisant" premieres in Paris

1774-04-19

CW Glucks opera "Iphigenia in Aulis" premieres in Paris

1778-01-27

Piccinni's opera "Roland" premieres, Paris

1778-02-06

France recognizes USA, signs Treaty of Alliance in Paris; 1st US treaty

1783-09-03

Treaty of Paris signed in Paris ends the American Revolutionary War between Great Britain and United States of America

1783-12-01

Jacques Charles & Nicolas Roberts make first untethered ascension with gas hydrogen balloon in Paris

1784-01-14

US Revolutionary War ends; US Congress of the Confederation ratifies the Treaty of Paris

1784-05-20

Britain & Netherlands sign peace treaty (Peace of Paris)

1785-09-28

Napoleon Bonaparte (16) graduates from the military academy in Paris (42nd in a class of 51)

1787-07-15

Parliament of Paris banished to Troyes

1789-07-15

Gilbert du Motier, marquis de La Fayette, is named by acclamation colonel-general of the new National Guard of Paris.

1789-10-05

French Revolution: Women of Paris march to Versailles in the March on Versailles to confront Louis XVI about his refusal to promulgate the decrees on the abolition of feudalism, demand bread, and have the King and his court moved to Paris.

1789-10-06

French Revolution: Louis XVI returns to Paris from Versailles after being confronted by the Parisian women on 5 October

1791-03-02

Long-distance communication speeds up with the unveiling of a semaphore machine in Paris.

1791-07-17

Members of the French National Guard under the command of General Lafayette open fire on a crowd of radical Jacobins at the Champ de Mars, Paris, during the French Revolution, killing as many as 50 people.

1791-09-30

The National Constituent Assembly in Paris is dissolved; Parisians hail Maximilien Robespierre and Jérôme Pétion as incorruptible patriots.

1792-07-25

The Brunswick Manifesto issued to population of Paris promising vengeance if French Royal Family harmed.

1792-08-10

Mobs in Paris attack palace of Louis XVI

1792-09-02

September Massacres of the French Revolution: In Paris rampaging mobs slaughter 3 Roman Catholic bishops, more than two hundred priests, and prisoners believed to be royalist sympathizers.

1793-01-21

Louis XVI of France is executed by the guillotine in Paris, following his conviction for high treason.

1793-06-10

1st public zoo opens in Paris

1793-08-10

Louvre palace officially opens in Paris as The Museum Central des Arts

1793-10-31

Execution of Girondins at Paris during Reign of Terror

1793-11-12

Jean Sylvain Bailly, the first Mayor of Paris, is guillotined.

1794-07-27

Coup of thermidor/fall of Robespierre in Paris

1794-07-28

French Revolution figure Robespierre & 22 other leaders of "the Terror" guillotined to thunderous cheers in Paris

1794-11-19

Jakobin Club forms in Paris

1795-09-23

Conseil of the Cinq-Cents (Council of 500), forms in Paris

1796-05-15

France & Sardinia sign Peace treaty of Paris

1797-03-13

Cherubini's opera "Medée" premieres in Paris

1797-10-22

Andre-Jacques Garnerin makes 1st parachute descent from a balloon (Paris)

1803-01-11

Monroe & Livingston sail for Paris to buy New Orleans; they buy La

1804-12-02

Napoleon Bonaparte is crowned emperor of France in Paris

1804-12-07

Naturalist Alexander von Humboldt reports his discovery of the decrease in intensity of Earth's magnetic field from the poles to the equator in a memoir to the Paris Institute

1807-01-20

Napoleon convenes great Sanhedrin, Paris

1814-03-30

Napoleonic Wars: Sixth Coalition forces march into Paris after defeating Napoleon.

1814-03-31

Forces allied against Napoleon capture Paris

1814-05-30

Napoleonic Wars: War of the Sixth Coalition - the Treaty of Paris (1814) is signed returning French borders to their 1792 extent.

1815-03-20

Napoleon enters Paris after escape from Elba, begins 100-day rule

1815-11-20

2nd Peace of Paris: France & allies after 2nd defeat and abdication of Napoleon Bonaparte.

1815-11-20

Russia, Prussia, Austria & England signs Alliance "for the maintenance of peace in Europe" same day as Treaty of Paris

1823-04-24

Eugene Scribes "Le Menteur Veridique" premieres in Paris

1824-07-30

Gioacchino Rossini becomes manager of Theatre Italian, Paris

1825-10-17

1st French Liszts operette Don Sanche premieres in Paris

1828-08-20

Gioacchino Rossini's opera "Le Comte Ory" premieres in Paris

1829-08-03

Gioacchino Rossini's "William Tell" premieres in Paris

1829-08-31

Opera "Guillaume Tell" is produced (Paris)

1830-01-28

Opera "Fra Diavolo," premieres in Paris

1830-02-25

Victor Hugo's "Hernani" premieres in Paris

1830-07-27

Revolution breaks out in Paris, opposing laws of Charles X

1830-12-05

Hector Berlioz' "Symphonique Fantastique" premieres in Paris

1831-11-22

Opera "Robert Le Diable" is produced (Paris)

1832-03-12

The ballet La Sylphide first premieres at the Opéra de Paris.

1832-06-06

The barricades fall and the Paris student uprisings of 1832 end.

1833-06-28

Three missionaries of the Paris Evangelical Missionary Society obtain permission from Chief Moshoeshoe (Moshesh) to found a mission station in Basutoland (now Lesotho)

1835-01-25

Vincenzo Bellini's opera "I Puritani," premieres in Paris

1835-04-26

Frederic Chopin's "Grand Polonaise Brillante" premieres in Paris

1836-02-29

Giacomo Meyerbeers opera "Les Huguenots," premieres in Paris

1836-07-29

Inauguration of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.

1838-09-10

Hector Berlioz' opera "Benvenuto Cellini," premieres in Paris

1838-11-08

Victor Hugo's "Ruy Blas" premieres in Paris

1839-08-19

Details of Louis Daguerre's 1st practical photographic process are released in Paris

1840-02-11

Gaetano Donizetti's Opera "La Fille du Regiment," premieres in Paris

1840-12-02

Gaetano Donizetti's opera "La Favorita" premieres in Paris

1840-12-05

Napoleon Bonaparte receives a french state funeral in Paris 19 years after his death

1841-06-28

The Théâtre de l'Académie Royale de Musique in Paris premieres the ballet Giselle

1842-01-07

Gioacchino Rossini's opera "Stabat Mater" premieres in Paris

1842-05-08

Versailles to Paris train catches fire; 50 die

1843-01-04

Gaetano Donizetti's opera "Don Pasquale," premieres in Paris

1844-02-03

Hector Berlioz' "Carnaval Romain," premieres in Paris

1846-12-06

Opera "La Damnation de Faust" is produced (Paris)

1847-11-26

Alfred de Mussets "Un Caprice" premieres in Paris

1848-06-22

Beginning of the June Days Uprising in Paris.

1848-06-23

Bloody insurrection of workers in Paris

1848-06-26

End of the June Days Uprising in Paris.

1848-11-21

Alfred de Musset's "Andre del Sarto" premieres in Paris

1849-04-16

Giacomo Meyerbeer's opera Le prophète, premieres in Paris

1851-10-30

Alfred de Musset's "Bettine" premieres in Paris

1851-11-13

Telegraph connection between London-Paris linked

1851-11-22

Opera "La Perle Du Brésil" is produced (Paris)

1852-02-02

Alexandre Dumas Jr's "Le Dame aux Camélias," premieres in Paris

1852-03-26

Decree regarding streets of Paris passed

1855-06-13

Opera "Les Vêpres Sicilenne" is produced (Paris)

1856-03-30

Russia signs Peace of Paris, ending the Crimean War

1858-10-21

In Paris, the Can-Can is 1st performed

1858-10-21

Jacques Offenbach's opera "Orphée aux Enfers" premieres in Paris

1858-12-18

Passy, at Paris: 1st "Samedi soir" i/d villa of lovers Rossini

1859-03-19

Opera "Faust" by Charles Gounod premieres in Paris

1859-04-04

Opera "Dinorah" is produced (Paris)

1859-11-12

Jules Leotard performs 1st Flying Trapeze circus act (Paris) He also designed garment that bears his name

1862-02-28

Opera "La Reine de Saba," premieres in Paris

1863-09-10

George Bizet's opera "Les Pêcheurs de Perles," premieres in Paris

1863-09-29

Opera "Pescatori di Perle" is produced (Paris)

1864-03-14

Rossini's "Petite Messe Solennelle" premieres in Paris

1864-03-19

Opera "Mireille" premieres in Paris

1865-04-28

Giacomo Meyerbeer's opera "L'Africaine" premieres in Paris

1866-11-17

Opera "Mignon" is produced (Paris)

1867-03-11

Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Don Carlos" premieres in Paris

1867-04-01

International Exhibition opens in Paris

1867-04-27

Opera "Romeo et Juliette" is produced (Paris)

1868-03-09

The opera "Hamlet" premieres in Paris

1868-05-31

Dr James Moore (UK) wins 1st recorded bicycle race, (2k) velocipede race at Parc fde St Cloud, Paris

1869-05-01

Folies Bergère opens in Paris

1869-11-17

Englishman James Moore wins 1st bicycle race (13K Paris-Rouen)

1870-09-19

Siege of Paris by Prussian Forces begins (lasts until January 28 1871)

1870-10-07

Leon Gambetta flees Paris in balloon

1871-01-28

Paris surrenders to Prussians

1871-03-18

Communards revolt in Paris

1871-03-26

Paris Commune founded

1871-05-21

-July 28] French regular troops attack Commune of Paris; 17,000 die

1871-05-28

Paris communards revolt put down

1873-05-24

Leo Delibes' opera "Le Roi l'a Dit" premieres in Paris

1875-01-05

Charles Garnier's new Opera opens in Paris

1875-03-03

Georges Bizet's opera "Carmen" premieres (Paris)

1876-08-10

1st phone call between Brantford & Paris, Canada

1877-04-19

Opera "Les Cloches de Cornerville" is produced (Paris)

1877-04-27

Opera "Le Roi de Lahore" is produced (Paris)

1881-02-10

Jacques Offenbach's opera "Les Contes d'Hoffman," premieres in Paris

1881-02-13

The feminist newspaper La Citoyenne is first published in Paris by the activist Hubertine Auclert.

1882-06-02

Pierre de Brazza festival welcomed in Paris

1882-12-11

Victorien Sardous "Fedora" with Sarah Bernhardt, premieres in Paris

1883-03-20

Unity treaty of Paris signed: protects industrial property

1883-04-14

Leo Delibes' opera "Lakmé" premieres in Paris

1884-01-19

Jules Massenet's opera "Manon," premieres in Paris

1884-07-04

Statue of Liberty presented to US in Paris

1885-06-06

Opera "Lakmé" is produced (Paris)

1885-11-30

Opera "El Cid" premieres (Paris)

1887-05-18

Emmanuel Chabrier's opera "Le Roi Malgré Luis" premieres in Paris

1887-05-25

Gas lamp at Paris Opera catches fire; 200 die

1887-11-24

Victorien Sardou's "La Tosca" premieres in Paris

1887-12-17

Georges Feydeau's "Tailleur Pour Dames" premieres in Paris

1888-05-07

Edouard Lalo's opera "Le roi d'Ys" premieres in Paris

1889-05-06

Universal Exposition opens in Paris, Eiffel Tower completed

1889-05-18

Jules Massenet's opera "Esclarmonde" premieres in Paris

1889-10-06

Moulin Rogue opens in Paris

1891-04-01

London-Paris telephone connection opens

1891-05-15

Jules Massenet's opera "Griselde" premieres in Paris

1894-01-09

Georges Feydeau's "Un à la Patte," premieres in Paris

1894-02-12

Anarchist Émile Henry hurls a bomb into Paris's Cafe Terminus, killing one and wounding 20.

1894-03-16

Jules Massenet's opera "Thaïs" premieres in Paris

1894-06-23

The International Olympic Committee is founded at the Sorbonne, Paris, at the initiative of Baron Pierre de Coubertin.

1894-11-01

Vaccine for diphtheria announced by Dr Roux of Paris

1894-12-05

Georges Feydeaus' "L'hôtel du libre échange" premieres in Paris

1894-12-23

Debussy's ballet "L'aprés-midi d'un faune" premieres in Paris

1895-06-13

Emile Levassor wins 1st Paris-Bordeaux-Paris auto race (24 kph)

1895-10-22

In Paris an express train overruns a buffer stop and crosses more than 30 metres of concourse before plummeting through a window at Gare Montparnasse.

1895-12-28

Film makers the Lumiere brothers, hold the first commercial film screening at Salon Indien du Grand Café, Paris

1896-02-08

Georges Feydeaus' "Le Dindon," premieres in Paris

1896-02-11

Oscar Wilde's "Salome," premieres in Paris

1896-05-20

The six ton chandelier of the Palais Garnier opera house in Paris falls on the crowd resulting in the death of one and the injury of many others.

1896-12-10

Alfred Jarry's "Ubu Roi" premieres in Paris

1897-05-04

Fire in Paris bazaar at Rue Jean Goujon kills 200

1897-12-09

Activist Marguerite Durand founds the feminist daily newspaper, La Fronde in Paris.

1897-12-28

Edmond Rostand's "Cyrano de Bergerac," premieres in Paris

1898-09-13

20,000 Paris construction workers go on strike

1899-04-11

Treaty of Paris ratifies ends war; Spain cedes Puerto Rico to US

1900-01-02

Gustave Charpentiers opera "Louise," premieres in Paris

1900-01-06

Maurice Ravel's "Albaradode Gracioso," premieres in Paris

1900-02-02

Gustave Charpentiers opera "Louise" premieres in Paris

1900-04-15

Exposition Universelle/World Fair opens in Paris (till 12th Nov)

1900-05-20

2nd modern Olympic games opens in Paris (lasted 5 months)

1900-08-19

Start of the one & only olympic cricket match, in Paris

1900-10-19

Henry O Tanner, painter, wins Medal of Honor at Paris Exposition

1900-10-28

After over 5 months second Olympic games in Paris, France, close

1900-11-12

World's Fair (Exposition Universelle) in Paris closes (50 million visitors) - Art Nouveau style dominates

1901-03-17

A showing of seventy-one Vincent van Gogh paintings in Paris, 11 years after his death, creates a sensation.

1901-06-24

1st exhibition by Pablo Picasso, 19, opens in Paris

1901-10-26

First recorded use of "getaway car" occurs after holding up a shop in Paris

1901-11-20

Opera "Grisélidis" is produced (Paris)

1902-04-05

Maurice Ravel's "Pavane pour une infante defunte" premieres in Paris

1902-04-30

Debussy's opera "Pelléas et Mélissande" premieres in Paris

1903-05-01

King Edward VII of Great Britain visits Paris, where he is feted in a first step toward improving Anglo-French relations, culminating in the sighing of the Entente Cordiale on 8 April, 1904

1904-05-17

Maurice Ravel's "Shéhérazade" premieres in Paris

1904-05-21

Federation Internationale de Football Association (Soccer) forms in Paris

1906-01-06

Maurice Ravel's "Miroirs," premieres in Paris

1906-02-18

Vincent d'Indy's "Jour D'été à La Montagne," premieres in Paris

1906-06-06

Paris Métro Line 5 is inaugurated with a first section from Place d'Italie to the Gare d'Orléans (today known as Gare d'Austerlitz).

1906-12-01

Cinema Omnia Pathe, world's 1st cinema, opens (Paris)

1907-03-02

Georges Feydeaus' "La Puce à l'Oreille," premieres in Paris

1907-05-10

Paul Dukas' opera "Ariane et Barbe Bleue" premieres in Paris

1907-08-10

Prince Scipone Borchesi wins Beijing to Paris, 7,500 mile auto rally

1908-02-12

NY to Paris auto race (via Alaska & Siberia) begins in NYC George Schuster wins after 88 days behind the wheel

1908-05-30

Paris advocate E Archdeacon is 1st passenger in a airplane

1908-07-30

Around the World Automobile Race ends in Paris

1908-08-17

Projection in Paris of the very first animated cartoon, Fantasmagorie realized by Émile Cohl.

1909-02-02

Italian writer Marinetti publishes Futurist Manifest in Paris

1910-01-26

Heavy rains cause floods in Paris

1910-02-07

Edmond Rostand's "Chantecler," premieres in Paris

1910-03-08

Baroness Raymonde de Laroche of Paris is 1st licensed female pilot

1910-12-03

Neon lights first publicly displayed (Paris Auto Show)

1911-04-12

1st non-stop London-Paris flight (Pierre Prier in 3h56m)

1911-05-19

Maurice Ravel's opera "L'Heure Espagnole" premieres in Paris

1911-11-20

The funeral of Paul and Laura (daughter of Karl Marx) Lafargue in Paris is attended by Lenin; the two socialists died in a suicide pact in the belief that their political usefulness was at an end

1912-12-20

Paul Claudels "L'Annonce Faite à Marie" premieres in Paris

1913-05-29

Igor Stravinsky's ballet score The Rite of Spring is premiered in Paris, provoking a riot.

1913-11-28

Heavyweight Jack Johnson KOs Andre Spaul in Paris

1913-12-09

Heavyweight Jack Johnson-Jim Johnson fight to no decision in Paris

1914-01-22

Paul Claudel's "L'échange," premieres in Paris

1914-05-15

Henri Rabaud's opera "Marouf, Savetier de Caire" premieres in Paris

1914-08-30

1st German plane bombs Paris, 2 killed

1914-08-31

General von Kluck decides not to attack Paris

1914-09-01

Lord Kitchener arrives in Paris

1914-09-05

- till the 12th Sept Battle of Marne (WWI) begins French and British forces prevent German forces advancing on Paris

1914-12-10

French government returns to Paris

1915-10-21

1st transatlantic radiotelephone message, Arlington, Va to Paris

1916-01-29

1st bombing of Paris by German Zeppelins takes place

1916-06-14

Representatives of eight Allied nations hold an economic conference in Paris at which they discuss ways to cripple their enemies economic power during and after the war

1916-08-12

Picasso, Max Jacob, Kisling, Ortiz & Paquerette photographed in Paris

1917-05-18

Satie/Massine/Picasso's ballet "Parade" premieres in Paris

1917-06-14

Gen Pershing & his HQ staff arrived in Paris during WW I

1917-10-15

World War I: At Vincennes outside of Paris, Dutch dancer Mata Hari is executed by firing squad for spying for Germany.

1918-02-09

Sacha Guitry's "Deburan," premieres in Paris

1918-03-23

Crépy-en-Laonnoise: German artillery shells Paris, 256 killed

1918-03-23

Paris bombs "Thick Bertha's Dike" (nickname for the widow Krupp)

1919-02-03

League of Nations 1st meeting (Paris)

1919-02-15

American Legion organizes in Paris

1919-02-19

Pan-African Congress, organized by W.E.B. Du Bois (Paris)

1919-02-25

League of Nations set up by Paris Treaty

1919-03-15

American Legion forms (Paris)

1919-03-30

Paul Claudel's "Tête d'Or" premieres in Paris

1919-05-06

Paris Peace Conference disposes of German colonies; Ger E Africa is assigned to Britain & France, German SW Africa to South Africa

1919-08-25

1st scheduled passenger service by airplane (Paris-London)

1920-01-16

1st assembly of the League of Nations (Paris)

1920-02-21

Darius Milhaud & Jean Cocteau's ballet, premieres in Paris

1920-11-11

The burials of unknown soldiers take place simultaneously in Westminster Abbey, London, at at the Arc de Triomphe, Paris.

1920-12-12

Maurice Ravels ballet "La Valse" premieres in Paris

1921-08-28

2nd Pan-African Congress meets (London, Brussels & Paris)

1922-01-20

Arthur Honegger's ballet "Skating Rink" premieres, Paris

1922-02-02

James Joyce's "Ulysses" published in Paris (1,000 copies)

1922-08-20

1st world championship athletics for women, held in Paris

1924-05-04

8th Olympic games open at Paris, France

1924-07-20

Federation Internationale des Echecs (FIDE) forms in Paris

1924-07-27

8th Olympic games closes in Paris

1924-12-14

Respighi's symphony "Pini di Roma" premieres in Paris

1926-05-25

Sholom Schwartzbard assassinates Symon Petliura, the head of the Paris-based government-in-exile of Ukrainian People's Republic.

1926-12-16

Darius Milhauds opera "Le Pauvre Matelot" premieres in Paris

1927-05-20

At 7:40 AM, pilot Charles Lindbergh takes off from NY to cross Atlantic for Paris

1927-05-21

Aviator Charles Lindbergh, in the Spirit of St Louis, lands in Paris after first solo air crossing of Atlantic

1927-12-27

Philip Barry's "Paris Bound" premieres in NYC

1928-07-29

23rd Davis Cup: France beats USA in Paris (4-1)

1928-10-08

Cole Porter & E Ray Goetz' musical "Paris" premieres in NYC

1928-10-09

Marcel Pagnol's "Topaz" premieres in Paris

1928-11-22

"Bolero" by Maurice Ravel first performed publicly (Paris)

1928-12-13

George Gershwin's "An American In Paris" premieres (NYC)

1929-03-09

Marcel Pagnol's "Marius" premieres in Paris

1929-05-21

Sergei Prokoviev's ballet "Prodigal Son" premieres in Paris

1929-07-28

24th Davis Cup: France beats USA in Paris (3-2)

1929-11-08

Jean Giraudoux' "Amphitryon '38" premieres in Paris

1930-07-27

25th Davis Cup: France beats USA in Paris (4-1)

1931-07-26

26th Davis Cup: France beats Great Britain in Paris (3-2)

1931-11-04

Jean Genet's "Judith" premieres in Paris

1932-04-26

Jean Anouilh's "L'Ermine" premieres in Paris

1932-07-31

27th Davis Cup: France beats USA in Paris (3-2)

1933-02-27

Jean Genet's "Intermezzo," premieres in Paris

1933-06-07

George Balanchine/Kurt Weills "7 Deadly Sins" premiers in Paris

1933-07-30

28th Davis Cup: Great Britain beats France in Paris (3-2)

1933-10-13

JDJ Boularan's "Tovarich" premieres in Paris

1933-12-23

Train crash in Eastern Paris; 230 die

1933-12-24

Paris express train derails & kills 160, injures 300 (France)

1935-03-21

Jean Anouilh's "Y avait un presonnier" premieres in Paris

1935-11-21

Jean Giraudoux' "La Guerre de Troie n'Aura" premieres in Paris

1937-02-16

Jean Anouilh's "Le Voyageur Sans Baggage," premieres in Paris

1937-11-25

World's Fair of Paris closes (31.2 million visitors)

1938-01-10

Jean Anouilh's "La Sauvage," premieres in Paris

1938-06-19

Italy beats Hungary 4-1 in soccer's 3rd World Cup at Paris

1938-11-08

A pogrom against the Jews of Germany and Austria takes place in response to the assassination of a German diplomat in Paris.

1939-08-03

Jean Genet's "Ondine" premieres in Paris

1940-05-16

British Premier Winston Churchill returns to London from Paris

1940-05-22

UK Premier Winston Churchill flies to Paris to decide with General Maxime Weygand a strategy to save the city

1940-05-31

Premier Winston Churchill flies to Paris to meet with Marshal August Pétain who announces he is willing to make a seperate peace with Germany

1940-06-04

German forces enter Paris during WWII

1940-06-13

Paris evacuates before German advance

1940-06-14

German forces occupied Paris during WW II

1940-06-15

France surrenders to Hitler, German troops occupy Paris during WWII

1940-11-11

Thousands of Paris students lay a wreath at the Grave of the Unknown Soldier

1941-04-14

1st massive German raid in Paris, 3,600 Jews rounded up

1941-08-20

Police raid 11th district of Paris, takes 4,000+ Jewish males

1941-10-02

6 Paris synagogues are bombed by Gestapo

1941-10-03

Nazis blow up 6 synagoges in Paris

1941-12-12

German occupying army do a house search in Paris looking for Jews

1942-03-11

1st deportation train leaves Paris for Auschwitz Concentration Camp

1942-07-16

French police arrest 13,152 Jews in Paris

1942-09-21

116 hostages executed by Nazis in Paris

1942-11-05

Nazi raid on Greek Jews in Paris

1943-05-27

French resistance under Jean Moulin meets secretly in Paris

1944-02-04

Jean Anouilh's "Antigone," premieres in Paris

1944-05-27

Jean-Paul Sartres' "Huis Clos" premieres in Paris

1944-06-18

Farewell concert of Willem Mengelberg in Paris

1944-07-18

Allies air raid railways at Vaires Paris

1944-08-18

Paris rail workers strike against Nazi occupiers

1944-08-18

US 15th Army Corps reaches Mantes-Gassicourt near Paris

1944-08-19

Nazis give parts of Paris to Resistance

1944-08-19

Paris police strike against nazi occupiers

1944-08-19

US 15th Army Corps occupies Mantes-Gassicourt at Paris

1944-08-22

Hitler orders Paris to be destroyed [or 23rd]

1944-08-23

General George Leclercs troops advance towards Paris

1944-08-24

General LeClerc's troops open assault on Paris

1944-08-25

General De Gaulle walks the Champs Elysees in Paris after the liberation of the city from Nazi occupation

1944-08-25

Paris liberated from Nazi occupation (Freedom Tuesday)

1944-08-26

US 12nd Army Corps crosses river Seine East of Paris

1944-08-29

15,000 American troops liberating Paris march down Champs Elysees

1944-08-31

French provisional government moves from Algiers to Paris

1945-12-19

Jean Giraudoux' "La Folle de Chaillot" premieres in Paris

1946-05-01

The Paris Peace Conference concludes that the islands of the Dodecanese should be returned to Greece by Italy.

1946-06-03

1st bikini bathing suit displayed (Paris)

1946-07-05

Louis Reard's bikini swimsuit design debuts at Paris fashion show

1946-11-08

Jean-Paul Sartre's "La Putain Respecteuse" premieres in Paris

1947-10-30

Darius Milhauds 3rd Symphony "Hymnus Ambrosianus," premieres in Paris

1948-04-16

Organization for European Economic Cooperation (EEC) forms in Paris

1948-10-27

Albert Camus' "L'etat de Siege" premieres in Paris

1949-02-17

Ice Pairs Championship at Paris won by Andrea Kekesy/Ede Kiraly of HUN

1949-02-17

Ladies Figure Skating Champions in Paris won by Alena Vrzanova of CZE

1949-02-17

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Paris won by Richard Button USA

1949-02-17

Richard Button retains world figure skating championship in Paris

1949-12-15

Albert Camus' "Les Justes" premieres in Paris

1950-05-11

Eugene Ionesco's "La Cantatrice Chauve" premieres in Paris

1950-05-12

Darius Milhauds opera "Bolivar" premieres in Paris

1950-06-04

Dutch cyclist Wim van Est wins Bordeaux-Paris (586 km in 17:25)

1950-09-19

European Payment Union forms in Paris

1950-09-30

1st congress of International Astronautical Federation opens in Paris

1950-10-25

Jean Anouilh's "La Repetition, ou L'Amour Pani" premieres in Paris

1951-05-15

The Polish cultural attache in Paris, Czesław Miłosz, asks the French government for political asylum.

1951-08-26

Jongbloed in Paris demonstrates artificial heart

1951-09-26

Prof Youngblood demonstrates artificial heart in Paris

1952-01-10

Jean Anouilh's "La valse des toréadors," premieres in Paris

1952-02-29

Ice Dance Championship at Paris France won by Westwood & Demmy GRB

1952-02-29

Ice Pairs Championship at Paris won by Ria Falk & Paul Falk of GER

1952-02-29

Ladies Figure Skating Champ in Paris won by Jacqueline du Bief of FRA

1952-02-29

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Paris won by Richard Button USA

1952-03-20

24th Academy Awards - "American in Paris", Humphrey Bogart & Vivian Leigh win

1953-01-05

Samuel Beckett's "En Attendant Godot," premieres in Paris

1954-05-10

Bolshoi Ballet does not appear in Paris

1955-10-13

1st edition of L'express publishes in Paris

1957-04-04

Heitor Villa-Lobos' 10th Symphony, premieres in Paris

1957-05-11

Gabriel Paris forms government of Colombia

1958-02-15

Ice Dance Championship at Paris won by June Markham/Courtney Jones GRB

1958-02-15

Ice Pairs Championship at Paris won by Barbara Wagner/Rob Paul of CAN

1958-02-15

Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Paris won by Carol Heiss of USA

1958-02-15

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Paris won by David Jenkins USA

1958-03-26

The African Regroupment Party (PRA) is launched at a meeting in Paris.

1958-10-26

PanAm flies first transatlantic jet trip-New York to Paris

1959-04-27

"Today" show goes abroard 1st time (Paris France)

1959-09-02

US President Eisenhower arrives in Paris

1959-10-28

Jean Genet's "Les Negres" premieres in Paris

1960-05-16

Big 4 summit in Paris collapses as USSR levels spy charges against US

1960-05-18

Jean Genet's "Le Balcon" premieres in Paris

1961-05-28

Last trip (Paris to Bucharest) on Orient Express (after 78 years)

1961-05-31

JFK visits Charles de Gaulle in Paris

1961-06-16

Soviet ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev defects to West in Paris

1961-10-17

Battle of Paris-police kill 210 Algerians

1962-06-03

Air France Boeing 707 crashes on takeoff from Paris, kills 130

1962-06-14

The European Space Research Organisation is established in Paris - later becoming the European Space Agency.

1964-10-20

Riot at Rolling Stones show in Paris (150 arrested)

1964-10-27

"Ben Franklin in Paris" opens at Lunt Fontanne NYC for 215 perfs

1968-03-22

Student riot in Nanterre near Paris

1968-05-01

"Ben Franklin in Paris" closes at Lunt Fontanne NYC after 215 perfs

1968-05-06

Street battle between students & troops in Paris, 1000 injured

1968-05-10

Vietnam peace talks began in Paris between the US & North Vietnam

1968-05-11

Students & police battle in Paris, 100s injured

1968-05-24

French President Charles de Gaulle proposes referendum & students set fire to Paris bourse

1969-01-18

Expanded 4 party Vietnam peace talks began in Paris

1969-01-25

US-North Vietnamese peace talks begin in Paris

1969-03-05

Gold reaches then record high ($47 per ounce) in Paris

1973-01-08

Secret peace talks between US & North Vietnam resumed near Paris

1973-06-03

At Paris air show, Tupolev 144, a Soviet supersonic airliner ("Concorde-ski"), crashes, 15 killed

1973-07-11

Brazilian Boeing 707 crashes near Paris, 122 killed

1973-09-26

Concorde makes its first non-stop crossing of the Atlantic (Washington DC to Paris) in record-breaking time (3h33m).

1973-12-28

The 'The Gulag Archipelago', a literary investigation of the police-state system in the Soviet Union written by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, is published in the original Russian in Paris

1974-02-26

Gold hits record $188 an ounce in Paris

1974-03-03

World's worst air disaster, Turkish DC-10 crashes in Paris (346 die)

1974-03-08

Charles de Gaulle Airport opens in Paris, France

1974-04-03

Gold hits record $197 an ounce in Paris

1974-11-15

International Energy Agency formed in Paris within OECD framework in the wake of the 1973 oil crisis

1975-01-19

4 mail truck assault on El Al B-747 in Paris, escape to Iraq

1975-04-07

Preliminary meeting in Paris on world economic crisis between oil-exporting, oil-importing, and non-oil Third World countries

1975-05-28

Bayern Munchen wins 20th Europe Cup 1 in Paris

1975-10-24

Turkish diplomat shot dead in Paris

1976-05-24

In the Judgment of Paris, wine testers rate wines from California higher than their French counterparts, challenging the notion of France being the foremost producer of the world's best wines.

1977-01-12

Anti-French demonstrations takes place in Israel after Paris released Abu Daoud, responsible 1972 Munich massacre of Israeli athletes

1977-01-23

$1.5-million Serge Lepage dress exhibited, Paris

1977-02-06

Alain Prieur jumps his motorcycle 65 m over 16 buses, near Paris

1978-01-23

Belgian industrial Haron Empain kidnapped in Paris

1978-05-20

3 PFLP members kill a police officer near El Al airlines in Orly Airport, Paris

1978-07-31

Gunman shoots his way into Iraqi Embassy in Paris

1978-08-01

Commandos occupy Iraqi embassy in Paris, 1 dead

1979-10-15

Chinese premier Hwa Kwofeng visits Paris

1980-09-18

'Les Miserables' opens at Palais des Sports, Paris

1980-10-03

4 dies in attack on synagogue in Paris

1981-05-27

Liverpool wins 26th Europe Cup 1 at Paris

1981-07-29

Iran ex-president Bani Sadr flees to Paris

1981-10-22

The TGV railway service Paris-Lyon is inaugurated.

1983-04-10

Hennie Kuiper (Neth) wins Paris-Roubaix cycle race

1985-01-25

"Black & Blue," premieres in Paris

1985-10-02

Russian party leader Gorbachev visits Paris (his first trip abroad)

1986-09-14

Bomb attack in Paris, 2 killed

1986-09-15

Bomb attack in Paris, 1 dead

1986-09-17

Bomb attack in Paris, 6 killed

1986-12-01

Muséed'orsay opens in Paris

1989-01-07

International Conference on Limitation of Chemical Weapons opens in Paris

1989-01-14

29 year old French woman gives birth to sextuplets in Paris

1989-03-19

Ice Dance Championship at Paris won by M Klimova & S Ponomarenko (USR)

1989-03-19

Ice Pairs Championship at Paris won by E Gordeeva & S Grinkov (USSR)

1989-03-19

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Paris won by Kurt Browning (CAN)

1989-03-19

Worlds Ladies' Figure Skating Champ in Paris won by Midori Ito (Japan)

1989-03-29

I M Pei's pyramidal entrance to the Louvre opens in Paris

1991-10-23

"Les Miserables" opens at Mogador Theatre, Paris

1992-04-11

Euro-Disney opens near Paris

1992-07-20

Round World Air Race begins in Paris

1995-07-25

A gas bottle explodes in Saint Michel station of line B of the RER (Paris regional train network). Eight are killed and 80 wounded.

1995-12-14

Yugoslav Wars: The Dayton Agreement is signed in Paris by leaders of various governments ending the conflict in former Yugoslavia

1996-07-17

TWA Flight 800: Off the coast of Long Island, New York, a Paris-bound TWA Boeing 747 explodes, killing all 230 on board.

1997-07-22

Fire breaks out at Palais de Chaillot in Paris

1997-08-31

Diana, Princess of Wales, dies in a car crash in a road tunnel, Paris

1997-12-12

Carlos the Jackal, "professional revolutionary" goes on trial in Paris

2000-07-25

Air France Flight 4590, a Concorde supersonic passenger jet, F-BTSC, crashes just after takeoff from Paris killing all 109 aboard and 4 on the ground.

2002-11-06

12 people are killed in a fire on board a train headed for Vienna from Paris.

2002-12-01

91st Davis Cup: Russia beats France in Paris (3-2)

2003-08-11

A heat wave in Paris results in temperatures rising to 112°F (44° C), leaving about 144 people dead.

2004-05-23

Part of Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport's Terminal 2E collapses, killing four people and injuring three others.

2004-11-21

The Paris Club agrees to write off 80% (up to $100 billion) of Iraq's external debt.

2004-11-27

New Zealand's All Blacks thump Six Nations Rugby Union Champions France 45-6 in Paris

2005-10-27

Riots begin in Paris after the deaths of two Muslim teenagers.

2009-06-01

Air France Flight 447 crashes into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Brazil on a flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris. All 228 passengers and crew were killed.

2013-05-12

Paris Saint-Germain win the Ligue 1 French football title

2013-07-12

8 people are killed after a commuter train derails in Paris

2014-05-16

Paris Saint-Germain F.C. & Manchester City F.C. are each fined €60 million for breaching Fair Play Regulations

2015-11-13

Wave of violent attacks hits Paris; dozens killed

2015-11-14

Paris attacks: Horror as terror strikes France again, killing 132 people

2016-03-19

Belgian minister says of Paris suspect Abdeslam 'we got him'

2016-04-23

China, US pledge to ratify Paris climate deal this year

2016-05-19

EgyptAir says flight from Paris to Cairo missing with 66 on board

2016-06-03

Middle East peace talks to start in Paris

2016-10-03

Kim Kardashian Held at Gunpoint in Paris Hotel, Spokeswoman Says

2016-12-27

New York to Paris flight diverts to Republic of Ireland to use toilets

2017-04-14

200 Years Ago, The Word's First Rollercoaster Debuted In Paris

2017-04-21

One Officer Killed, Two Wounded In Shooting On Paris' Champs Elysees

2017-06-02

China's media calls Trump's withdrawal from Paris accord 'global setback'

2017-06-02

UN says US withdrawal from Paris deal 'major disappointment'

2017-06-06

Bloomberg delivers US pledge to continue Paris climate goals to UN

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Paris - Notable Birthdays

Charles PerraultJan 12, 1628

Marquis de SadeJun 2, 1740

LamarckAug 1, 1744

bichatNov 14, 1771

Edouard ManetJan 23, 1832

Claude MonetNov 14, 1840

Henri MoissanSep 28, 1852

Georges SeuratDec 2, 1859

Andre GideNov 22, 1869

ColetteJan 28, 1873

Irene Joliot-CurieSep 12, 1897

Georges PompidouJul 5, 1911

Edith PiafDec 19, 1915

Philippe de BrocaMar 15, 1933

Yasser ArafatAug 24, 1933

Nicolas SarkozyJan 28, 1955

Keith HaringMay 4, 1958

Paris HiltonFeb 17, 1981

Emma WatsonApr 15, 1990

Paris - Birthdays
Date Event
1201-10-09

Robert de Sorbon, founded Sorbonne University, Paris

1340-11-30

John duke of Berry, captain of Paris/art collector

1613-09-25

Claude Perrault, Paris, French Architect and Physician (east facade of the Louvre)

1625-08-14

François de Harlay de Champvallon, Archbishop of Paris (d. 1695)

1628-01-12

Charles Perrault, Paris France, author (Mother Goose)

1663-10-18

Prince Eugene of Savoy, Paris France, famous military commander for the Habsburg Monarchy against the Ottomans and the French

1664-08-04

Louis Lully, Paris France, musician

1667-09-24

Jean-Louis Lully, Paris France, composer

1668-11-10

Francois Couperin, Paris France, composer/organist (Concerts Royaux)

1676-12-19

Louis-Nicholas Clerambault, Paris France, composer/organist

1688-02-04

Pierre De Marivaux, Paris France, writer (Marianne)

1707-02-15

Claude Prosper, Paris France, novelist

1715-01-26

Claude Helvetius, Paris France, philosopher

1740-06-02

Marquis de Sade, Paris, French philosopher and writer (Justine). The words sadism and sadist are derived from his name.

1743-08-26

Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier, Paris, father of mod chemistry (Oxygen)

1744-08-01

Jean-Baptiste-Pierre-Antoine Monnet de Lamarck, Paris, French naturalist (Lamarckian evolution)

1766-11-16

Rodolphe Kreitzer, France, composer/virtuoso violinist (Paris Conserv)

1770-02-05

Alexandre Brongniart, Paris, mineralogist/geologist (Tertiary)

1771-11-14

Marie François Xavier bichat, Paris, anatomist and physiologist (tissue theory), (d. 1802)

1779-01-15

Jean Coralli, Paris, ballet producer/choreographer

1779-12-19

Auguste-Gaspard-Louis Desnoyers, Paris France, engraver

1793-09-28

Denis-Auguste Affre, Franc, archbishop of Paris (1840-48) and opponent of King Louis-Philippe

1800-03-25

Paulin Paris, French historian

1809-03-27

Georges Eugene Haussmann, Paris France, architect

1810-10-04

Félix Pyat, Le chiffonnier de Paris

1810-12-11

Alfred de Musset, Paris, writer (Un Caprice, Bettine)

1818-06-17

Charles Francois Gounod, Paris France, opera composer (Faust)

1832-01-23

Edouard Manet, Paris, French impressionist painter (Olympia, The Luncheon on the Grass), (d. 1883)

1840-11-14

Claude Monet, Paris, impressionist (Water Lilies), (d. 1926)

1844-02-21

Charles-Marie Widor, Lyons France, composer/prof (Paris Conservatory)

1848-02-24

Johanna C P Barbiers, actress (Voddenraper of Paris)

1848-08-19

Gustave Caillebotte, French shipbuilding design/painter (Rue de Paris)

1849-04-24

Joseph S Gallieni, general (Battle of Marne)/milt governor (Paris)

1851-05-06

Aristide Bruant, Les bas-fonds de Paris

1852-09-20

Edouard baron Empain, Belgian railway builder (Paris Metro)

1852-09-28

Henri Moissan [Ferdinand-Frederic-], Paris France, chemist (Nobel 1906), (d. 1907)

1859-12-02

Georges Seurat, Paris France, post-impressionist painter (Grande Jatte), (d. 1891)

1860-01-17

Charles K. French, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1861-12-08

George Melies, Paris France, early film maker (A trip to the Moon)

1865-06-09

Clarence Geldart, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1866-10-01

Lydia Knott, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1867-11-17

William Gillis, When Paris Green Saw Red

1867-11-21

Pierre-Barthelemy Gheusi, Opéra de Paris

1869-11-22

Andre Gide, Paris, France, writer (Lafcadio's Adventures-Nobel 1947)

1870-12-02

Francis Casadesus, Un village dans Paris, l'Île Saint-Louis

1871-04-16

John Millington Synge, Paris or Somewhere

1873-01-28

Colette [Sidonie-Gabrielle], Paris, French novelist and performer (Gigi)

1873-11-10

Henri Rabnaud, Paris France, composer (Le Premer Glaire)

1874-01-14

Georges Wague, Paris pendant la guerre

1874-01-25

[William] Somerset Maugham, Paris, British novelist/poet (Of Human Bondage)

1875-04-04

Pierre Monteux, Paris France, conductor (Boston Symph Orch 1919-24)

1875-07-31

Harry Northrup, Paris France, actor (Who's That Knocking at My Door)

1876-04-04

Maurice de Vlaminck, Paris, Fauvist painter (Village in the Snow)

1876-07-06

Will D. Cobb, Forget Paris

1877-04-30

Alice B. Toklas, Paris 1925 - Shakespeare & Co.

1878-04-23

Leslie Beresford, While Paris Sleeps

1879-9-17

Jean Dax, The King of Paris

1879-9-21

Damorès, Paris mystérieux

1879-9-30

Henri Casadesus, Mysteries of Paris

1880-03-10

Georges Colin, Marius à Paris

1880-03-13

Léonce Perret, L'enfant de Paris

1880-04-08

Arthur Stibolt, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1880-10-15

Edward H. Robins, It Happened in Paris

1881-11-08

Robert Esnault-Pelterie, Paris, French Engineer and aviation pioneer who contributed to early heavier-than-air flight in Europe

1882-04-02

Arthur Bárdos, Scandal in Paris

1882-06-09

Marcelle Praince, Air of Paris

1882-12-22

Charles Vildrac, Paris France, poet/playwright

1883-12-26

Maurice Utrillo, If Paris Were Told to Us

1884-01-31

Nicholas Joy, Paris France, actor (Boss Lady)

1884-07-30

Isabel Bering, It Happened in Paris

1885-02-19

Justus Paris, Die Erbschaft

1885-04-22

W. Carey Wonderly, That Girl from Paris

1885-9-13

Richard Ryen, Paris Underground

1886-03-07

Raymond Largay, Wisc, actor (April in Paris, Variety Girl)

1886-03-28

Arthur Mayer, Paris 1900

1887-02-05

Albert Paris Gütersloh,

1887-10-31

Henri Varna, From Paris with Love

1888-01-07

Jay Marchant, An American in Paris

1888-09-12

Maurice Chevalier, Paris, thanked heaven for little girls (Gigi)

1889-05-23

José Padilla, Almería, Spanish composer and pianist (La Violetera - City Lights, Ça c'est Paris - Moulin Rouge)

1889-10-11

Lucien Lelong, Lumières de Paris

1890-08-15

Jacques Ibert, Paris France, composer (Escales)

1891-01-26

Ilya G Ehrenburg, Kiev Ukraine, writer (Fall of Paris, The Thaw)

1891-04-19

Francoise Rosay, Paris, actress (Interlude, Women in Prison, Saraband)

1891-07-12

André Sauvage, Études sur Paris

1891-12-29

Alfred Gilks, An American in Paris

1892-02-08

Will Aubrey, Paris in New York

1892-02-08

Jeanne Marnac, The Darling of Paris

1892-03-16

Bill Bocket, Under the Roofs of Paris

1892-12-02

Bobby Jarvis, A Tip to Paris

1893-07-21

Ellen Richter, Der Flug um den Erdball, 1. Teil - Paris bis Ceylon

1893-08-10

Raoul Moretti, Under the Roofs of Paris

1893-12-16

Vladimir Golschmann, Paris France, conductor with Immortal Downbeat

1894-04-23

George Renevant, Paris, actor (Moulin Rouge, Scotland Yard, Comrade X)

1894-12-17

David Butler, San Francisco California, director (April in Paris, Calamity Jane)

1896-10-13

Jack Shilkret, Paris on Parade

1897-04-04

Pierre Fresnay, Paris France, actor (Grand Illusion)

1897-09-12

Irene Joliot-Curie, Paris, physicist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, (d. 1956)

1897-12-23

Julien Carette, Paris France, actor (Sylvia & the Phantom)

1898-04-12

Lily Pons, Draguignan France, opera singer/actress (That Girl From Paris) (d. 1976)

1899-01-07

Francis Jean Marcel Poulenc, Paris, composer/pianist (Les Biches)

1899-09-23

Marcel Dalio, [Israel Blauschild], Paris France, actor (China Gate)

1899-11-16

Mary Margaret McBride, Paris Mo, radio personality (WOR-AM, NYC)

1899-12-31

Gaston Glass, Paris France, film executive

1900-11-17

Marcel Dalio, Paris, actor (Casablanca)

1900-11-25

Arthur Schwartz, composer (Girl from Paris, Excuse my Dust)

1901-03-03

Albert Modley, Take Me to Paris

1901-03-19

Jo Mielziner, Paris, set designer (Carousel, Death of a Salesman)

1901-04-04

Paul Graetz, Is Paris Burning?

1901-11-03

Andre Malraux, [Berger], Paris, France, novelist/art historian (La Condition Humaine)

1902-04-03

Henri Garat, Paris France, actor (Congress Dances)

1902-04-13

Philippe de Rothschild, Paris, manager (Bordeaux Vineyard)

1902-12-22

Jacques-Philippe Leclerc, France, WW II hero (liberator of Paris)

1903-02-21

Madeleine Renaud, Paris France, actress (Helene, Longest Day)

1903-05-08

Fernandel, [Fernand JD Contandin], French actor (Paris Holiday)

1903-07-26

Malvina Polo, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1903-08-19

Claude Dauphin, Corbell France, actor (April in Paris, Deported)

1903-09-13

Claudette Colbert, [Lily Chauchoin], Paris, actress (Texas Lady)

1904-01-16

George Paris, To Catch a Thief

1904-06-18

Manuel Rosenthal, Paris France, composer (Bootleggers)

1904-08-14

Martial Singher, Opéra de Paris

1905-03-04

Harvey Karels, An American in Paris

1905-04-02

Serge Lifar, Kiev, dancer, choreographer (Paris Opera Ballet)

1905-04-08

George Baxter, Paris France, actor (Flying Saucer, Lili, Caged)

1905-08-08

Andre Jolivet, Paris France, composer (L'Eunuque)

1905-10-06

Ann Delikat, Folies Bergère de Paris

1906-04-08

Emmanouil Kriaras, Place of Life - Place of Memory, the Greek Foundation in Paris

1906-04-28

Pierre [Louis] Boileau, Paris France, novelist (Vertigo)

1906-06-24

Pierre Fournier, Paris France, violon cellist (Paris Conservatoire)

1906-10-20

Crockett Johnson, Alice of Wonderland in Paris

1906-12-27

Oscar Levant, Pittsburgh, actor (American in Paris, Dance of Life)

1907-01-28

Paul Durand, Midnight in Paris

1907-02-25

Ranny Weeks, It Happened in Paris

1907-08-27

Carl Neubert, The Catman of Paris

1907-9-14

Betty Morrissey, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1908-01-05

George Dolenz, The Last Time I Saw Paris

1908-08-13

Gene Raymond, NYC, actor (Paris 7000, Fireside Theater)

1908-12-19

Giselle Freund, Paris Was a Woman

1908-9-13

Walter Kapps, Paris clandestin

1909-02-03

Simone Weil, Paris, social philosopher/Resistance fighter (WW II)

1909-07-07

Helen Meinardi, I Met Him in Paris

1909-07-14

Annabella, [Suzanne G Charpentier], Paris, actress (Dinner at Ritz)

1909-10-01

Thierry Maulnier, God Chose Paris

1909-12-18

Pola Illéry, Under the Roofs of Paris

1909-9-10

Simone Paris, A Man and a Woman

1910-02-28

Vincente Minnelli, Chicago IL, director (American in Paris, Gigi)

1910-05-17

Albert S. Greenway, Paris Model

1910-05-23

Shirley O'Hara, A Gentleman of Paris

1910-12-19

Jean Genet, Paris France, criminal/novelist/dramatist (The Blacks)

1911-01-05

Jean-Pierre Aumont, Paris France, actor (Cat & Mouse, Happy Hooker) (d. 2001)

1911-01-27

Lillian Weber-Hansen, Tre piger i Paris

1911-03-23

Jack Lomas, April in Paris

1911-05-31

Pauline Milan, Folies Bergère de Paris

1911-07-05

Georges Pompidou, Paris, President/Prime Minister of France (1962-74), (d. 1974)

1911-07-28

Galia Grandell, Folies Bergère de Paris

1911-10-14

Lê Ðức Thọ, Vietnamese revolutionary general, politician and negotiator in Paris (1975)

1911-10-22

Melba Snowden, An American in Paris

1911-9-04

Nicole Védrès, Paris 1900

1912-04-06

France Aubert, Adventure in Paris

1912-04-10

André Dassary, Paris Still Sings!

1912-05-29

Lucie Aubrac [Bernard], Paris, history teacher and French resistance member, (d. 2007)

1912-06-27

Gordon Lang, Innocents in Paris

1912-08-21

Michel Thomass, Paris When It Sizzles

1912-08-23

Gene Kelly, Pitts, dancer/actor (An American in Paris, Going My Way)

1912-09-13

Reta Shaw, South Paris Maine, actress (Ghost & Mrs Muir)

1912-12-16

Robert Berri, Paris Vice Squad

1913-01-23

Stany Cordier, Paris Music Hall

1913-03-11

Eric Freeman, An American in Paris

1913-03-18

Rene Clement, Bordeaux France, director/writer (Is Paris Burning)

1913-04-11

Oleg Cassini, Paris France, fashion designer (Jackie Kennedy)

1913-08-13

Kurt Kasznar, The Last Time I Saw Paris

1913-10-28

Ruth Peterson, Charlie Chan in Paris

1913-9-29

Roberta Huby, Take Me to Paris

1914-03-03

Lulla Rosenfeld, Paris Blues

1914-05-05

Djalma Ferreira, Midnight in Paris

1914-07-15

Frank Paris, Rollin' in Rhythm

1914-07-31

Raymond Aubrac, Paris, French resistance leader, (d. 2012)

1914-10-03

Gitt Magrini, Last Tango in Paris

1914-12-05

Poppy Wilde, Gold Diggers in Paris

1915-02-08

Georges Guétary, An American in Paris

1915-03-15

David Schoenbrun, CBS broadcast bureau head (Wash, Paris)

1915-03-23

Jack Rollins, Midnight in Paris

1915-09-29

Brenda Marshall, Philippines, actress (Sea Hawk, Paris After Dark)

1915-11-29

Ruth Lewis, An American in Paris

1915-12-19

Edith Piaf, [E Giovanna Gassion], Paris, chanteuse (Little Sparrow), (d. 1963)

1915-9-02

Grachan Moncur III, For Klook: The Story of the Paris Reunion Band

1915-9-22

Grigori Frid, Lenin in Paris

1916-01-27

Milton Raskin, An American in Paris

1916-06-27

Giovanna Galletti, Last Tango in Paris

1916-07-02

C.E. Andrews, Innocents of Paris

1916-10-07

Marilyn Rogers, An American in Paris

1916-12-31

Suzy Delair, Paris France, actress (Utopia, White Paws)

1917-05-30

Peter Leeds, The Last Time I Saw Paris

1917-06-13

Si Zentner, An American in Paris

1917-06-14

Gilbert Prouteau, God Chose Paris

1917-10-20

Jean-Pierre Melville, Paris France, director (A Cop)

1917-11-22

Bridget Bate Tichenor (born Bridget Pamela Arkwright Bate), Paris France, Mexican surrealist painter

1918-01-10

Aaron Bridgers, Paris Blues

1918-01-28

Suzanne Flon, Paris France, actress (One Deadly Summer, Moulin Rouge)

1918-04-21

Dorothy Tuttle, An American in Paris

1918-07-22

Lila Zali, An American in Paris

1919-09-09

Jacques Marin, Paris, actor (Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo)

1919-10-28

Bernhard Wicki, Paris, Texas

1919-11-15

Bob Mascagno, An American in Paris

1919-11-26

Henri Vidal, The Gates of Paris

1920-01-22

George Breakston, Paris France, actor/director (Jungle Stampede)

1920-02-16

Wolfgang E. Struck, Das Stacheltier - Paris sur glâce: Im Friedrichstadt-Palast Berlin

1920-03-13

Mary Jane French, An American in Paris

1920-04-04

Eric Rohmer, Nancy France, actor (6 in Paris, Collector, Perceval)

1920-05-05

André Dumaître, The Seine Meets Paris

1920-05-16

Dave Philley, Paris, Texas, Major League Baseball switch-hitter (record 9 straight pinch hits), (d. 2012)

1920-06-15

Jacques Sigurd, Air of Paris

1920-08-01

Jack Briggs, Joan of Paris

1921-04-03

Janine Marsay, Paris Is Always Paris

1921-04-16

Luiz Antônio, Midnight in Paris

1921-05-14

Maria Michi, Last Tango in Paris

1921-06-01

Eric Blau, Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris

1921-12-10

Georg Stefan Troller, Tage und Nächte in Paris

1921-9-18

Maurice Bernardet, Gross Paris

1922-01-30

Jacqueline François, Mademoiselle from Paris

1922-04-13

Jean Topart, Paris, actor (Fantastic Planet), (d. 2012)

1922-05-12

Gerald Wiggins, The See-Paris-And-Die Affair

1922-07-07

Pierre Cardin, Paris France, fashion designer (Unisex)

1922-08-11

Mavis Gallant, Paris Stories: The Writing of Mavis Gallant

1922-08-22

Micheline Presle, Paris, actress (Nea, Donkey Skin)

1922-10-15

Roland Bourdin, If Paris Were Told to Us

1922-11-05

Václav Lidl, Alice of Wonderland in Paris

1922-9-30

Albert Raisner, Rendez-vous à Paris

1923-02-22

François Cavanna, Paris Brothel

1923-03-13

Christian Duvaleix, Paris When It Sizzles

1924-02-09

Bob Baker, Paris in the Spring

1924-04-17

Georges Beeckman, Made in Paris

1924-04-20

Nina Foch, Leiden Netherlands, actress (American in Paris)

1924-04-29

Renée Jeanmaire, Paris France, dancer (Hans Christian Anderson)

1924-08-01

Georges Charpak, Paris, Polish-French Physicist who invented and developed subatomic particle detectors (Nobel Prize for Physics in 1992)

1924-10-27

Alain Bombard, Paris, French Biologist, Physician, and Politician who sailed across the Atlantic Ocean in a small boat to test his theory that a shipwrecked person could survive without provisions

1924-10-29

Harold Flender, Paris Blues

1924-11-12

Audouin Dollfus, Paris, French Astronomer (discovered Janus, a moon of Saturn)

1924-12-28

Norbert Terry, A Gay Swede in Paris

1924-9-20

Jackie Paris, 'Tis Autumn: The Search for Jackie Paris

1924-9-21

Stephen Kirchner, An American in Paris

1925-01-04

Christiane Reygnault, La valse de Paris

1925-03-27

Philippe Hiquilly, Six in Paris

1925-04-04

Serge Dassault, Air Show: Paris 1989

1925-04-30

Corinne Calvet, Paris France, actress (Phantom of Hollywood)

1925-05-15

Sylviane Aladin, La valse de Paris

1925-07-25

Jerry Paris, SF California, director/actor (Jerry-Dick Van Dyke Show)

1925-07-25

Jerry Paris, Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment

1925-09-08

Denise Darcel, Paris France, actress (Dangerous When Wet)

1925-10-21

Norman Paris, David and Lisa

1925-12-11

Daniel Crohem, Paris Belongs to Us

1925-12-27

Michel Piccoli, Paris France, actor (Topaz, Peril, May Fools)

1926-01-26

Eliane Monceau, Paris Vice Squad

1926-02-05

Christa Williams, Das hab ich in Paris gelernt

1926-02-07

Henri Doublier, If Paris Were Told to Us

1926-03-01

Robert Clary, Paris France, actor (LeBeau-Hogan's Heroes)

1926-04-08

Beryl Baxter, Idol of Paris

1926-05-06

[Martin] Ross Hunter, Cleveland OH, actor (Ever Since Paris)

1926-10-09

Daniele Delorme, [Gabrielle Girard], Paris, actress (Pardon My Affair)

1926-9-01

Sydney Lotterby, We'll Always Have Paris

1926-9-22

Gloria Christian, Paris Model

1927-06-26

Roland Lesaffre, Air of Paris

1927-11-29

Jean Romaine, An American in Paris

1927-9-04

Maria Lagarde, Tante Tut fra Paris

1928-01-23

Jeanne Moreau, Paris France, actress (Going Places, Jules & Jim)

1928-02-01

Stuart Whitman, Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes

1928-02-26

Goh Misawa, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

1928-04-19

Alexis Korner, Paris, musician (Blues Inc-Bootleg Him)

1928-11-11

Jacques Ramade, A Cat in Paris

1929-01-19

Jean Douchet, Six in Paris

1929-03-13

Franco Arcalli, Last Tango in Paris

1929-04-13

Marja Goud, Begegnung in Paris

1929-08-20

Catherine Brieux, Les mystères de Paris

1929-9-14

Larry Collins, Is Paris Burning?

1930-03-21

Ragna Nyblom, Une Suédoise à Paris

1930-04-13

Roger Browne, The Incredible Paris Incident

1930-04-17

Genevieve, Paris France, singer (Jack Paar Show, Scruples)

1930-05-22

Marisol (Maria Sol) Escobar, Paris France, Venezuelan sculptor

1930-07-25

Armand Abplanalp, Last Tango in Paris

1930-08-22

Giani Esposito, Paris Belongs to Us

1930-10-15

Phillipe Leroy, Paris France, actor (Night Porter, Leonardo da Vinci)

1930-10-23

Gerard Blain, Paris France, actor (Hatari)

1930-11-12

Paulette Martel, Take Me in Paris

1931-04-23

Ben-Ghou-Bey, Forbidden Paris

1931-06-28

Marvin Davis, A Scandal in Paris

1931-07-01

Kira Kreylis-Petrova, Window to Paris

1931-10-02

Jean-Pierre Duclos, Mannequins of Paris

1931-10-25

Annie Giradot, Paris France, actress (Gypsy, Jacko & Lise)

1931-12-12

Rodney Bieber, An American in Paris

1932-01-14

Caterina Valente, Paris France, singer (Entertainers)

1932-01-23

Teresa Gracia, Paris Belongs to Us

1932-02-06

Francois Truffaut, Paris, director (Jules & Jim, Fahrenheit 451)

1932-02-19

Jean-Pierre Ponnele, Paris France, opera director (Carmina Burana)

1932-03-14

Mark Murphy, 'Tis Autumn: The Search for Jackie Paris

1932-04-17

Jonni Paris, South Pacific

1932-06-04

Oliver Nelson, Last Tango in Paris

1932-08-06

Maria Paris, Te sto' aspettanno

1932-08-16

Dorinda Stevens, Night Train to Paris

1932-10-27

Jean-Pierre Cassel, Paris France, actor (Trout)

1932-9-20

Dany Carrel, Un idiot à Paris

1933-02-14

Liane Morice, Femmes de Paris

1933-02-26

James Goldsmith, Paris France, corporate raider (Referendum Party)

1933-03-03

Lee Radziwill, A Quiet American: Ralph Rucci & Paris

1933-03-15

Philippe de Broca, Paris France, French film director

1933-04-09

Jean-Paul Belmondo, Paris France, actor (Casino Royale, Magnifique)

1933-08-24

Yasser Arafat, Paris France, PLO-leader (Achille Lauro, Nobel 1994)

1934-04-27

Dominique Boschero, Paris When It Sizzles

1934-09-28

Brigitte Bardot, Paris France, sex kitten (And God Created Women)

1934-11-28

Gato Barbieri, Last Tango in Paris

1934-11-28

Berno von Cramm, Paris muß brennen! - Die Rettung der französischen Hauptstadt durch den General von Choltitz

1934-9-12

Virginia Paris, Santa Barbara

1935-01-30

Jean Tiberi, Paris à tout prix

1935-02-06

Anne Marie Moss, 'Tis Autumn: The Search for Jackie Paris

1935-03-26

Erdal Öz, Yilmaz Güney: Adana-Paris

1935-06-27

Laurent Terzieff, Paris, actor (Head Over Heels, Milky Way)

1935-07-05

Susan Newhouse, Paris Is Burning

1935-07-26

Salah Teskouk, Paris, je t'aime

1936-03-26

Fred Paris, rocker (Five Satins)

1936-05-16

Philippe de Montebello, Paris, art exhibitionist (Treasures of Tut)

1936-06-15

Claude Brasseur, Paris France, actor (Josepha, Pardon Mon Affair)

1936-06-20

Jean-Daniel Pollet, Six in Paris

1937-01-12

Marie Dubois, Paris France, actress (Wise Guys, Jules & Jim)

1937-10-16

Maria Machado, An American Werewolf in Paris

1938-01-05

Christine Wodetzky, Du stirbst nicht allein - Ein deutscher Kriegspfarrer in Paris

1938-02-06

Tom Willett, Paris

1938-02-27

Pascale Petit, PAris, actor (Code Name: Jaguar, End of Desire)

1938-05-20

Claudie Petit, If Paris Were Told to Us

1938-08-23

Viva, Paris, Texas

1938-10-06

Veronica Lazar, Last Tango in Paris

1939-01-02

Gina Trikonis, Paris Vacation: Part 2

1939-01-03

Michael Rabiger, Faces of Paris

1939-01-14

Franca Sciutto, Last Tango in Paris

1939-03-02

Jean-Louis van Belle, Forbidden Paris

1939-03-14

Bertrand Blier, Paris France, novelist/director (Going Places)

1939-10-27

Joe Masiell, Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris

1939-12-06

Tomés Svoboda, Paris France, Czech composer (Etude)

1940-03-16

Bernardo Bertolucci, Parma Italy, director (Last Tango in Paris, The Last Emperor)

1940-06-11

Joey Dee, Passaic NJ, singer (Hey Let's Twist, 2 Tickets to Paris)

1940-07-12

Claude Guy, An American in Paris

1940-08-29

Johnny Paris, True Blue

1940-10-19

Michael Gambon, English actor (Singing Detective, Paris at Night)

1941-01-16

Richard Bohringer, Paris France, actor (Diva, I Married a Shadow)

1941-01-19

Catherine Sola, Last Tango in Paris

1941-03-16

Bernardo Bertolucci, Last Tango in Paris

1941-07-13

Jacques Perrin, Paris France, actress (Cinema Paradiso, 317th Platoon)

1941-08-12

L.M. Kit Carson, Paris, Texas

1942-04-26

Claudine Auger, Paris, France, Miss France (1958)/actress (Thunderball)

1942-08-28

Leonid Gavrichenko, Window to Paris

1943-01-09

Paris Theodore, Peter Pan

1943-03-04

Gianni Pulone, Last Tango in Paris

1943-05-07

Mostéfa Stiti, From Paris with Love

1943-08-02

Tõnu Mikiver, A Lady in Paris

1943-08-11

Frances Berrigan, Paris Was a Woman

1943-08-30

Jean Claude Killy, Paris France, alpine skier (Olympic-3 golds-1968)

1943-10-22

Catherine Deneuve, [Dorleac], Paris, actress (Repulsion, Hunger)

1943-12-15

Sophie Agacinski, Seule à Paris

1944-02-08

Richard Durden, From Paris with Love

1944-03-21

Marie-Christine Barrault, Paris France, actress (Stardust Memories)

1944-04-08

Jean Benguigui, A Cat in Paris

1944-05-05

Jean-Pierre Leaud, Paris France, actor (Detective)

1944-05-19

Renee Paris, The Lord's of Flatbush

1944-10-06

Merzak Allouache, director (Salut Cousin, Amour a Paris)

1945-03-11

Nurith Aviv, Paris Was a Woman

1945-03-12

Arkadiy Tigay, Window to Paris

1945-04-16

Priscilla Paris, Doomsday Voyage

1945-06-27

Catherine Lacoste, Paris France, golfer (US Women's Open 1967)

1945-10-26

Bernard Dubois, Paris vu par... 20 ans après

1945-12-31

Paris Earl, Skin Game

1946-03-24

Robert Becker, We'll Always Have Paris

1946-05-08

Yuri Mamin, Window to Paris

1946-06-19

Jean Villatte, Les Mohicans de Paris

1946-07-29

Jean-Paul Huchon, Paris à tout prix

1946-08-09

Yves-Antoine Spoto, Midnight in Paris

1946-08-29

Jacquie-Ann Carr, I Love Paris... When I Get There

1947-03-11

Dominique Sanda, [Varaigne], Paris France, actress (1900, First Love)

1947-06-02

Marie-Hélène Breillat, Last Tango in Paris

1947-11-25

Jonathan Kaplan, Paris France, director (Heart Like a Wheel)

1948-02-06

Barry Paris, Garbo

1948-03-20

Helene Vannari, A Lady in Paris

1948-04-21

Claire Denis, Paris France, actress (Boom Boom, Chocolat)

1948-06-12

Emilio Bonucci, Roma-Paris-Barcelona

1948-10-08

Stefanie Marrian, Paris France, comedienne (Benny Hill Show)

1948-11-05

Pepper LaBeija, Paris Is Burning

1948-12-14

Anatoly Lapshov, Window to Paris

1948-9-25

Mimi Kennedy, Midnight in Paris

1949-03-17

Daniel Lavoie, Notre-Dame de Paris

1949-04-19

Paloma Picasso, [Gilot], Paris France, actress (Immoral Tales)

1949-11-16

Valentina Svetlova, Lenin in Paris

1950-02-05

Michel Béna, Le ciel de Paris

1950-02-22

Miou-Miou [Sylvette Herry], Paris France, actress (Dog Day, My Other Husband)

1950-03-23

Corrine Clery, Paris France, actress (Moonraker, Yor)

1950-04-17

Grigory Sokolov, Live in Paris: Grigory Sokolov

1950-04-19

Marc Demeyer, Belgian bicyclist (Paris-Brussel '74)

1950-05-03

Tom Farrell, Paris, Texas

1950-10-11

Andrew Woolfolk, Phil Collins: Live and Loose in Paris

1952-01-07

Anthony Pullen Shaw, Mrs. 'Arris Goes to Paris

1952-03-27

Maria Schneider, Paris, actress (Last Tango in Paris, Crime of Honor)

1952-03-27

Maria Schneider, Last Tango in Paris

1952-12-26

Andre-Michel Schub, Paris France, pianist (Van Cliburn-1981)

1953-02-16

Darrell Kunitomi, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

1953-05-08

Janie Paris, The People vs. Larry Flynt

1953-08-15

Mark Thatcher, Madness in the Desert: Paris to Dakar Rally

1953-08-16

Kathie Lee Gifford, Paris Fla, hostess (Live with Regis & Kathie Lee)

1953-12-20

Socorro Valdez, Paris, Texas

1953-9-16

Kurt Fuller, Midnight in Paris

1954-01-01

Fr David, Paris France, rocker

1954-01-12

Virginie Thévenet, Full Moon in Paris

1954-01-28

Anicee Alvina, Paris France, actress (Friends)

1954-04-13

Paolo Grassini, Roma-Paris-Barcelona

1954-07-17

Michel Field, Ça balance à Paris

1954-11-17

Egon Werdin, An American Werewolf in Paris

1954-9-24

Luc Barnier, Paris, je t'aime

1955-01-01

Sergei Nekrasov, Window to Paris

1955-01-25

Olivier Assayas, Paris, je t'aime

1955-01-28

Nicolas Sarkozy, Paris, President of France (2007-)

1955-03-16

Isabelle Huppert, Paris France, actress (Cactus, Heaven's Gate)

1955-05-10

Laurent Spielvogel, Midnight in Paris

1955-06-27

Isabelle Adjani, Paris, actress (Story of Adele H, Driver, Ishtar)

1955-10-07

Yo-Yo Ma, Paris, France, world famous cellist (2001 National Medal of Arts, 2011 Presidential Medal of Freedom)

1956-04-25

Dominique Blanc, A Cat in Paris

1956-04-26

Reinhardt Wagner, Paris 36

1956-05-25

Tom Ohmer, Forget Paris

1956-06-30

Paris Barclay, Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood

1956-08-22

Tony Paris, Why Did the Fireman...

1956-9-07

Geneviève Paris, Nicolas Peyrac

1957-05-26

Vladimir Vardunas, Window to Paris

1957-06-15

Clio Goldsmith, Paris France, actress (Gift, Heat of Desire)

1957-08-18

Carole Bouquest, Paris, actress (On Her Majesty's Secret Service)

1957-11-15

David Wahnon, Midnight in Paris

1957-9-17

Aleksei Zalivalov, Window to Paris

1958-02-25

Kurt Rambis, Forget Paris

1958-05-04

Keith Haring, Kutztown Pa, American graffiti artist (Vanity Fair, Paris Review)

1958-05-18

Julie Paris, Pretty Woman

1958-10-26

Pascale Ogier, Full Moon in Paris

1958-11-05

J. Greg Willard, Forget Paris

1958-12-25

Cheryl Chase, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

1959-02-03

Laine Mägi, A Lady in Paris

1959-03-13

Kathy Hilton, socialite-Hilton Hotels, mother of Nikki Hilton and Paris Hilton

1959-03-14

Patrick Dupond, Paris, dancer (La Bayadere)

1959-03-23

Marc-Henri Dufresne, The Journey to Paris

1959-05-30

Manfred Baur, Mord in Paris

1959-06-25

Paris Themmen, American actor

1959-06-25

Paris Themmen, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

1959-10-24

Anthony Waller, An American Werewolf in Paris

1959-11-08

Tom Novembre, An American Werewolf in Paris

1959-11-14

Matthieu Poirot-Delpech, Paris, je t'aime

1959-12-14

Bob Paris, Eve Ate the Apple

1960-03-16

Lucas Balbo, An Erotic Vampire in Paris

1960-04-09

Isabel Coixet, Paris, je t'aime

1960-05-16

Anne Parillaud, Paris France, actress (Subway, Nikita, Innocent Blood)

1960-06-08

Agnès Soral, Window to Paris

1960-07-05

Marc Fourastier, Le ciel de Paris

1960-08-11

Ae-ri Jung, Paris ei yeonin

1960-10-06

Bubba Paris, Super Bowl XXIV

1960-11-22

Victoria Paris, Night Trips

1960-12-14

Bob Paris, American bodybuilder and gay rights advocate

1960-9-12

Dany Leyder, An American Werewolf in Paris

1961-02-13

Cevin Key, An American Werewolf in Paris

1961-03-11

Bruno Podalydès, Paris, je t'aime

1961-04-12

Willi Ninja, Paris Is Burning

1961-04-20

Paris Vaughan, Buffy the Vampire Slayer

1961-07-14

Danny Xtravaganza, Paris Is Burning

1961-9-24

Pierre Cosso, An American Werewolf in Paris

1962-04-28

Stig Bergqvist, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

1962-05-22

Andrew Donald Magee, Paris France, PGA golfer (1988 Pensacola Open)

1962-06-04

Frédéric Auburtin, Paris, je t'aime

1962-06-09

Bruno Bertoli, From Paris with Love

1962-07-14

Ignasi Terraza, From Paris with Love

1962-08-07

Bruno Pelletier, Notre-Dame de Paris

1962-08-19

Valerie Kaprisky, Paris France, actress (Breathless, Public Woman)

1962-11-20

Thierry Hancisse, Midnight in Paris

1963-04-04

Antonia Ellis, An American Girl in Paris: Part Deux

1963-06-18

Christian Vadim, Full Moon in Paris

1963-11-01

Martin Pizzarelli, Forget Paris

1963-12-18

Charles Oakley, Forget Paris

1964-02-01

Dwayne R. Goettel, An American Werewolf in Paris

1964-03-09

Juliette Binoche, Paris France, actress (Unbearable Lightness)

1964-03-09

Marianne Basler, Midnight in Paris

1964-03-16

Octavia St. Laurent, Paris Is Burning

1964-03-25

Andrew Paris, Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment

1964-08-09

John Kiriakou, From Paris with Love

1964-10-01

Anji Xtravaganza, Paris Is Burning

1964-12-03

Judit Gombos, East of Paris

1965-01-08

Giga Chkheidze, April in Paris

1965-02-08

Mathilda May, Paris France, actress (Lifeforce)

1965-05-22

Venus Xtravaganza, Paris Is Burning

1965-07-31

Tom Stankowski, Paris France, Nike golfer

1965-08-10

John Starks, Forget Paris

1965-08-14

Emmanuelle Seigner, Paris France, actress (The Smile)

1965-10-27

Vincent McDoom, Paris selon Moussa

1965-11-05

Paris Grey, B*A*P*S

1965-11-05

Alexandre Déon, Jefferson in Paris

1965-9-09

Dan Majerle, Forget Paris

1966-03-17

Tristan Paris Bourne, Spider-Man

1966-08-26

Christophe Bier, An Erotic Vampire in Paris

1966-11-17

Sophie Marceau, Paris France, actress (Braveheart, L'Amour Braque)

1967-07-14

Idrissou Mora Kpai, Arlit, deuxième Paris

1967-10-29

Paris, End of Watch

1967-11-04

Alex Rousseau, Paris France, US water polo 2m Offense (Oly-4th-92, 96)

1968-02-02

Sean Elliott, Forget Paris

1968-04-01

Atmen Kelif, Midnight in Paris

1968-05-23

Chad Troutwine, Paris, je t'aime

1968-09-28

Vanessa Vadim, Paris, daughter of Jane Fonda/actress (Last Party)

1968-10-03

Greg Foster, Forget Paris

1968-10-31

Ally McErlaine, Texas Paris

1968-11-18

Owen Wilson, Midnight in Paris

1969-04-09

Pierre Fanet, Paris, je t'aime

1969-04-27

Mica Paris, rocker (So Good)

1969-04-27

Mica Paris, Episode #8.15

1969-11-06

Emmanuel Benbihy, Paris, je t'aime

1969-11-18

Phil Buckman, An American Werewolf in Paris

1970-02-27

Sava Lolov, Midnight in Paris

1970-03-06

Paris Jefferson, The Counselor

1970-04-26

Lubomir Bakchev, 2 Days in Paris

1970-07-13

Bruno Salomone, A Cat in Paris

1970-12-25

Issa Hassan, Exile in Paris

1971-03-04

Fergal Lawler, The Cranberries: Beneath the Skin - Live in Paris

1971-04-11

Angie Riemersma, Sex Culture Paris

1971-10-12

Olivier Seyfrid, Midnight in Paris

1971-10-19

Nanaïs Denecker, Paris mirage

1971-10-21

Jade Jagger, Paris France, daughter of Mick & Bianca Jagger

1971-12-26

Tatiana Sorokko, A Quiet American: Ralph Rucci & Paris

1972-02-23

Eva Falk, Paris Chic

1972-05-28

François Aubé, Midnight in Paris

1972-08-27

Chris Imes, South Paris Maine, US hockey defenseman (Olympics-1994)

1972-10-04

Marc Paris, Pour le temps que ça dure

1973-01-22

Deon Minor, Paris Texas, 400m runner

1973-04-29

Mike Hogan, The Cranberries: Beneath the Skin - Live in Paris

1973-06-15

Dan Paris, Episode #1.4026

1973-10-17

D.J. Paris, Casual Encounters

1973-12-14

Marion de Blaÿ, Paris dernière

1973-12-16

Kristie Boogert, Rotterdam Neth, tennis star (1996 Paris)

1973-9-22

Adrien de Van, Midnight in Paris

1974-03-06

Marisa Zanuck, The Real Housewives of Paris: Part Un

1974-07-02

Bianca White, Passport to Paris

1974-07-20

Paris Benjamin, Space Shuttle Atlantis: Pre-Show

1974-9-08

Paris Chong, Far Out Man

1975-01-29

Britta Knöller, Paris, je t'aime

1975-03-04

Jeong-eun Kim, Paris ei yeonin

1975-05-26

Mario Krupa, Little Paris

1975-07-19

Philip James Morgan, An American Werewolf in Paris

1975-07-27

Agnès Feuvre, A Lady in Paris

1975-10-04

Yann Jouannic, Midnight in Paris

1975-10-07

Guillaume Bauer, Paris, je t'aime

1975-12-26

Hunter Carson, Paris, Texas

1975-12-26

Natasha Paris, Empty Calories

1975-12-28

Li Xin, Paris, je t'aime

1975-9-12

Erica Toriello, Passport to Paris

1975-9-18

David Amsalem, Paris, je t'aime

1976-04-05

Ruzbeh Babol, An American Werewolf in Paris

1976-06-12

Paris Paul, Ocean's Eleven

1976-12-18

Véronic DiCaire, Paris-Québec sous les étoiles

1977-01-07

Tristan Paris, Out of Athens Part 1

1977-05-20

Tiger Tyson, Tiger's Eiffel Tower: Paris Is Mine

1977-07-12

Alexis McCombs, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

1977-11-26

Paris Lenon, American football player

1977-12-27

Marco Paris, Justice

1978-01-07

Sami Darr, From Paris with Love

1978-02-09

Erin O'Connor, Paris

1978-05-24

Leonid Prudovsky, Five Hours from Paris

1978-11-17

Rachel McAdams, Midnight in Paris

1978-11-28

Christina Trainor, The Real World You Never Saw: Paris

1979-02-14

Elsa Amiel, Paris, je t'aime

1979-03-05

Ara Katz, Paris, je t'aime

1979-03-22

Ace Amerson, French Kissing and Telling: The Real World Paris Reunion

1979-03-30

Fred Malek, Paris, je t'aime

1979-04-01

François Ferracci, From Paris with Love

1979-04-05

Shawanna Paris, The Vault

1979-06-23

Adam King, The Real World You Never Saw: Paris

1979-06-25

Lola Ponce, Notre Dame de Paris - Live Arena di Verona

1979-08-08

Paris Latsis, Greek shipping heir

1979-08-08

Paris Kasidokostas Latsis, The Invention of Lying

1979-08-13

Kasia Smutniak, From Paris with Love

1980-07-07

Joo-eun Oh, Paris ei yeonin

1980-07-26

Dong-geon Lee, Paris ei yeonin

1980-08-13

Sophie Paris, Private Gold 80: Sex City 2

1980-08-21

Leah Gillingwater, The Real World You Never Saw: Paris

1980-10-14

Audrey Marnay, Paris

1980-9-14

François Tessier, Dans Paris

1981-02-11

Sonia Rolland, Midnight in Paris

1981-02-17

Paris Hilton, American actress and heiress

1981-02-17

Paris Hilton, 1 Night in Paris

1981-04-02

Olajide Paris, Justify

1981-07-24

Mathieu Flamérion, Paris 36

1981-08-01

Paris E. Drake, All Good Things Must Come to an End

1981-08-23

Nicholas Johnson, Bonjour Paris

1982-05-26

Paris Kennedy, Double Wrapped Girl Friends

1983-01-20

Chase Paris, Need for Speed

1983-02-13

Reem Kherici, Paris à tout prix

1983-06-03

Calen Maiava-Paris, Episode #5.52

1983-07-15

Cyril Descours, Paris, je t'aime

1983-11-01

Candice Paris, Oh La La Glamour Girls 46

1983-11-07

Paris, Bring'um Young 9

1983-11-24

Karine Vanasse, Midnight in Paris

1983-11-30

Guillaume Gouix, Midnight in Paris

1984-01-07

Mallory Snyder, The Real World You Never Saw: Paris

1984-03-06

Leïla Bekhti, Paris, je t'aime

1984-03-06

Paris, Truly Nice Tits 9

1984-04-03

Michael McKinley, Stephen (Gay)/Paris (M)

1984-10-20

Nicolas Perrin, Paris 2012

1984-9-07

Luis Elías García, Midnight in Paris

1984-9-18

Nina Arianda, Midnight in Paris

1985-02-23

Paris Galindo, Imagining Argentina

1985-08-24

Nelson Chang, Hank and Paris

1985-10-16

Samy Gharbi, From Paris with Love

1985-12-05

Paris Lorenz, Rocco's Dirty Dreams 6

1986-01-06

Eliska Cross, Rose, c'est Paris

1986-04-23

Paris Dahl, Screen Dreams 3

1986-06-16

Chems Dahmani, From Paris with Love

1986-06-24

Amber Rose Revah, From Paris with Love

1986-10-28

Paris Diamond, Lip Lickers 9

1986-11-04

Logan Turner, We'll Never Have Paris

1987-03-30

Vojislav Scelovic, London Paris New York

1987-09-21

Courtney Paris, American basketball player

1987-09-21

Ashley Paris, American basketball player

1987-10-30

Paris Maine, Jesse Jane: Heat

1987-9-29

Katrina Darrell, Passport to Paris

1988-01-11

Élisabeth Desbiens, Danser à Paris

1988-02-06

Paris Marie, Humiliated Bi Black Cock

1988-03-20

Geoffrey Paris, Carmen Rizzo

1988-07-14

Paris El-Said, Light the Lights

1988-08-21

Paris Bennett, American singer and finalist on American Idol (season 5)

1988-08-21

Paris Bennett, Grand Final

1989-01-14

Sextuplets, Paris France, (to a 29-year-old woman)

1990-01-09

Jonathan Armandary, Forget Paris

1990-01-30

Paris Torres, Top 20 Perform

1990-02-17

Paris Scott, Watercolors

1990-04-15

Emma Watson, Paris, France, English actress (Hermione Granger-Harry Potter Series)

1992-04-07

Paris Williams, Vinyl

1992-06-27

Sohee, Paris Park, Mokdong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul

1993-05-04

Shannon Stephens, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

1993-06-17

Frédéric Papalia, Paris 36

1993-08-10

Lou Rambert-Preiss, Dans Paris

1995-04-15

Martin Combes, Paris, je t'aime

1996-11-16

Leonie Kranzle, 2 Days in Paris

1998-04-03

Paris Jackson, Episode dated 25 June 2014

1998-06-10

Manon Lanneau, Martin Paris

2005-9-16

Paris McKinney, Playin' for Love

Paris - Notable Weddings

Marquis de SadeMay 17, 1763

Claude MonetMar 28, 1870

Gloria SwansonJan 28, 1925

Irene Joliot-CurieOct 4, 1926

Salvador DaliJan 30, 1934

Edith PiafAug 19, 1935

Jacques CousteauJul 12, 1937

Marlon BrandoJun 4, 1960

Jack LemmonAug 17, 1962

Sophia LorenApr 9, 1966

Raquel WelchFeb 14, 1967

Jonas SalkJun 29, 1970

Richie SamboraDec 17, 1994

Eva LongoriaJul 7, 2007

Nicolas SarkozyFeb 2, 2008

Salma HayekFeb 14, 2009

Sacha Baron CohenMar 15, 2010

Martina HingisDec 10, 2010

Paris - Weddings
Date Event
1763-05-17

Philosopher Marquis de Sade (22) weds Renee Pelagie de Montreuil in Paris

1846-08-16

Opera Composer (The Barber of Seville) Gioacchino Rossini marries 2nd wife Olympe Pélissier in Paris

1870-03-28

Impressionist Painter Claude Monet (29) weds model Camille Doncieux in Paris

1925-01-28

Actress Gloria Swanson (25) weds aristocrat Henri de la Falaise (26) in Paris, France

1926-10-04

Chemist Irene Joliot-Curie (29) weds physicist Frédéric Joliot-Curie (26) in Paris, France

1934-01-30

Painter Salvador Dali (30) weds Gala Dali (39) on a civil ceremony in Paris

1935-08-19

French singer Edith Piaf (19) weds Andrew Johnseppe in Belleville, Paris

1937-07-12

Explorer Jacques Cousteau (27) weds scuba diver Simone Melchior (18) at Saint-Louis-des-Invalides in Paris

1960-06-04

"Last Tango In Paris" actor Marlon Brando (36) weds Mexican-American actress Movita Castaneda (42)

1962-08-17

Actor Jack Lemmon (37) weds actress/model Felicia Farr (29) in Paris, France

1966-04-09

Sophia Loren marries married Carlo Ponti in Paris

1967-02-14

Actress Raquel Welch (26) weds director Patrick Curtis in Paris

1970-06-29

Medical researcher Jonas Salk (55) weds painter and author Françoise Gilot (48) in Paris

1991-06-28

Explorer Jacques Cousteau (81) weds Francine Triplet in Paris

1994-12-17

Actress Heather Locklear (33) weds Bon Jovi lead guitarist Richie Sambora (35) at The American Cathedral in Paris, France

2002-09-01

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" actress Terry Farrell (38) weds actor Brian Baker (35) at Paris Las Vegas in in Paradise, Nevada

2005-05-12

"La Femme Nikita" actress Anne Parillaud (45) weds musician Jean-Michel Jarre (56) in Paris

2007-07-07

Actress and model Eva Longoria (37) weds NBA player Tony Parker (30) at The Church of Saint Germain l'Auxerrois in Paris, France

2008-02-02

23rd French Republic President Nicolas Sarkozy (53) weds supermodel-turned-singer Carla Bruni (39) at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France

2009-02-14

Actress Salma Hayek (42) weds French billionaire and PPR CEO Francois-Henri Pinault (46) in Paris

2010-03-15

Stand-up comedian and writer Sacha Baron Cohen (40) weds actress Isla Fisher (36) in Paris, France

2010-11-07

Supermodel and who's also the face of L'Oreal Paris Doutzen Kroes (25) weds DJ Sunnery James in Amsterdam, Netherlands

2010-12-10

Tennis player Martina Hingis (30) weds equestrian show jumper Thibault Hutin at a private civil ceremony in Paris, France

2014-04-01

Media personality Willard Scott (80) weds Paris Keena in Fort Myers, Florida

Paris - Notable Deaths

Oscar WildeNov 30, 1900

Mata HariOct 15, 1917

Claude DebussyMar 25, 1918

Georges PompidouApr 2, 1974

Jean-Paul SartreApr 15, 1980

Marlene DietrichMay 6, 1992

Diana SpencerAug 31, 1997

Yasser ArafatNov 11, 2004

Paris - Deaths
Date Event
898-01-01

Odo, earl of Paris/king of France (888-98), dies at about 39

901-11-10

Adelaide of Paris, Queen of Western Francia

956-02-17

Hugo the Great, earl of Paris/duke of Francia, dies at about 55

1160-07-21

Peterus Lombardus, Italian theologist/bishop of Paris, dies

1393-01-28

Earl of Joigny, burned at royal ball in Paris

1416-07-15

John, Duke of Berry, captain of Paris, dies

1572-08-24

Death of thousands of French Protestants by Roman Catholics in the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre, beginning in Paris

1603-12-13

François Viète, French mathematician dies in Paris (b. 1540)

1655-07-28

Cyrano de Bergerac, French dramatist/novelist, dies at 36 in Paris

1687-03-22

Jean-Baptiste Lully, Paris, French baroque composer (b. 1632)

1703-11-19

Man in the Iron Mask, prisoner in Bastille prison in Paris, dies

1801-08-24

Jacques-Denis Antoine, French builder (La Monnaie Paris), dies at 68

1815-12-29

Saartjie Baartman, Hottentot Venus, dies in Paris

1835-11-16

Louis Angely, German comedic poet (Paris in Pommern), dies at 48

1848-06-27

Denis-Auguste Affre, archbsp of Paris (1840-48), shot to death at 54

1856-02-17

Heinrich Heine, German poet, dies at 58 in Paris

1889-08-04

Félix Pyat, Le chiffonnier de Paris

1900-11-30

Oscar Wilde, Irish author, dies in Paris at 46

1909-03-24

John Millington Synge, Paris or Somewhere

1914-07-30

Jean Jaurès, leading socialist, assassinated in Paris

1916-05-27

Joseph S Gallieni, General/military governor of Paris, dies

1917-10-15

Mata Hari, Dutch dancer/German spy, executed by firing squad in Paris

1918-03-25

Claude Debussy, French composer (Iberia/La mer), dies in Paris at 55

1925-02-11

Aristide Bruant, Les bas-fonds de Paris

1926-06-25

Symon Petljoera, pres Ukraine (pogroms), murdered in Paris

1927-06-14

Johanna C P Barbiers, actress (Voddenraper of Paris), dies at 79

1930-01-20

Will D. Cobb, Forget Paris

1931-12-14

W. Carey Wonderly, That Girl from Paris

1935-05-13

Clarence Geldart, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1935-08-12

Léonce Perret, L'enfant de Paris

1937-07-11

George Gershwin, composer (American in Paris), dies at 38

1937-12-28

Maurice J Ravel, Swiss/French composer (Bolero), dies in Paris at 62

1942-03-03

Justus Paris, Die Erbschaft

1942-07-25

Galia Grandell, Folies Bergère de Paris

1942-12-26

Edna Hibbard, The Apaches of Paris

1943-01-30

Pierre-Barthelemy Gheusi, Opéra de Paris

1944-04-20

Betty Morrissey, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1945-01-14

Georges Colin, Marius à Paris

1946-04-24

William Gillis, When Paris Green Saw Red

1946-05-18

Leslie Beresford, While Paris Sleeps

1947-05-31

Henri Casadesus, Mysteries of Paris

1947-11-28

Jacques-Philippe Leclerc, WW II hero (liberator of Paris), dies at 44

1948-07-24

Maurice Ruebens, In Paris, A.W.O.L.

1952-06-24

Janine Marsay, Paris Is Always Paris

1952-08-02

Charles K. French, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1954-03-06

Raoul Moretti, Under the Roofs of Paris

1954-06-27

Francis Casadesus, Un village dans Paris, l'Île Saint-Louis

1955-03-30

Lydia Knott, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1955-07-27

Edward H. Robins, It Happened in Paris

1955-11-05

Maurice Utrillo, If Paris Were Told to Us

1958-01-03

Will Aubrey, Paris in New York

1958-05-11

Lucien Lelong, Lumières de Paris

1959-05-12

Jack Lomas, April in Paris

1959-05-14

Sidney Bechet, Midnight in Paris

1960-01-24

John Miljan, actor (Charlie Chan in Paris, Yankee Clipper), dies at 66

1960-10-25

José Padilla, Spanish composer and pianist (La Violetera - City Lights, Ça c'est Paris - Moulin Rouge), dies at 71

1960-11-28

Richard N Wright, US author (Native son), dies at 52 in Paris France

1962-06-06

Jean Dax, The King of Paris

1962-06-14

Jay Marchant, An American in Paris

1962-10-27

Isabel Bering, It Happened in Paris

1963-08-31

George F Broque, cubist painter, dies at 81 in Paris

1964-06-16

Jack Shilkret, Paris on Parade

1965-10-28

Ben Barka, Moroccan opposition leader, kidnapped & murdered in Paris

1965-10-29

Mehdi Am Barka, Moroccan socialist leader, murdered in Paris

1965-12-09

Alfred Paix, An American in Paris

1971-06-25

Charles Vildrac, Paris France, poet/playwright, dies at 88

1972-08-14

Oscar Levant, actor (American in Paris, Dance of Life), dies at 65

1974-04-02

Georges Pompidou, French President (1969-1974) and Prime Minister (1962-1968), dies in Paris at 62

1974-09-04

Marcel Achard, French dramatist (La forges the Paris), dies at 75

1974-09-28

Raymond Largay, actor (April in Paris, Variety Girl), dies at 88

1975-10-24

Ismail Erez, Turkish ambassador, killed by car bomb in Paris

1975-11-17

Harvey Karels, An American in Paris

1976-01-19

Jean Lenoir, Midnight in Paris

1977-01-18

Yvonne Printemps, actress (Paris Waltz, Voyage to America), dies at 81

1977-07-10

Norman Paris, orchestra leader (For Your Pleasure), dies at 41

1977-08-21

Octavus L "Octave" van Aerschot, actor (Scandal in Paris), dies at 87

1977-09-16

Maria Callas, American-born prima donna, dies in Paris at 53

1977-10-16

Milton Raskin, An American in Paris

1978-02-24

Franco Arcalli, Last Tango in Paris

1978-08-03

Ezzedin Kalak, Palestinian PLO representative in Paris, murdered

1978-11-07

Janet Flanner, Paris Was a Woman

1978-11-17

Claude Dauphin, actor (Paris Precinct), dies at 75

1979-02-23

Albert Modley, Take Me to Paris

1979-05-24

André Luguet, Paris Blues

1979-07-28

Christian Duvaleix, Paris When It Sizzles

1979-08-06

Kurt Kasznar, The Last Time I Saw Paris

1979-08-29

Mary Marquet, actress (Landru, Paris Canaille), dies at 84

1979-12-07

Prince Chahryar Shafik, Shah of Iran's nephew, murdered in Paris

1980-04-07

Maria Michi, Last Tango in Paris

1980-04-15

Jean-Paul Sartre, existentialist philosopher and writer (Nobel 1964), dies in Paris at 74

1980-10-09

Louise Laureau, An American in Paris

1981-04-14

Arthur Mayer, Paris 1900

1982-01-07

Bert Oosterhuis, Dutch motor racer (Paris-Dakar), dies in race crash

1982-01-19

Marc Demeyer, Belgian bicyclist (Paris-Roubaix '76), dies [or 1/20]

1982-01-20

Marc Demeyer, Belgian cyclist (Paris-Brus 1974), dies at 31[or 1/19]

1982-09-24

Stany Cordier, Paris Music Hall

1984-08-14

Frank Paris, Rollin' in Rhythm

1984-10-17

Georges Thill, Opéra de Paris

1984-10-25

Pascale Ogier, Full Moon in Paris

1985-02-12

Eliane Monceau, Paris Vice Squad

1985-09-01

Saunders Lewis, Paris, 20. Juli

1985-09-13

Joe Masiell, Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris

1985-12-17

Simone Paris, A Man and a Woman

1986-03-31

Jerry Paris, director/actor (Jerry-Dick Van Dyke Show), dies at 60

1986-03-31

Jerry Paris, Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment

1986-04-27

Walter Gutman, The March on Paris 1914

1986-08-24

Germaine Acremant, Le tourbillon de Paris

1986-11-15

Alexander Tansman, Paris Underground

1987-05-03

Wilson Millar, April in Paris

1987-07-07

André Dassary, Paris Still Sings!

1987-11-20

Lillian Weber-Hansen, Tre piger i Paris

1987-12-21

Jacques Sigurd, Air of Paris

1988-01-09

Thierry Maulnier, God Chose Paris

1988-01-20

Philippe de Rothschild, Bordeaux Vineyard manager, dies in Paris at 86

1988-05-23

David Schoenbrun, CBS broadcast bureau head (Wash, Paris), dies at 73

1988-11-05

Paris Earl, Skin Game

1988-12-21

Venus Xtravaganza, Paris Is Burning

1989-01-11

Lillian, Charlie Chan in Paris

1989-02-14

Wolfgang E. Struck, Das Stacheltier - Paris sur glâce: Im Friedrichstadt-Palast Berlin

1989-04-12

Georges Sebastian, Maria Callas: Débuts à Paris

1989-11-22

Robert Berri, Paris Vice Squad

1990-03-09

Martial Singher, Opéra de Paris

1990-07-06

Eric Freeman, An American in Paris

1990-07-15

Wilhelm Vorwerg, Der Fuchs von Paris

1990-07-23

Georges Flamant, actor (La Chienne), dies in Paris at 86

1990-08-02

Carmen Beretta, Paris in the Spring

1990-10-13

Lê Ðức Thọ, Vietnamese revolutionary general, politician and negotiator in Paris (1975), dies at 78

1990-12-20

Ben-Ghou-Bey, Forbidden Paris

1991-05-15

Freddie Paris, dies

1991-07-10

Michel Béna, Le ciel de Paris

1991-08-06

Shapour Bakhtiar, premier Iran (1979), dies in Paris

1991-12-09

Berenice Abbott, Paris Was a Woman

1992-01-20

David Crocov, An American in Paris

1992-04-21

Giovanna Galletti, Last Tango in Paris

1992-05-06

Marlene Dietrich, [Maria Losch], actress (Angel), dies in Paris at 90

1993-02-23

Dorothy Fowler, Good Girls Go to Paris

1993-03-25

Helene Warne, Paris Bound

1993-03-31

Anji Xtravaganza, Paris Is Burning

1993-05-06

Robert Becker, We'll Always Have Paris

1993-05-13

Curt Riess, Intermediate Landing in Paris

1993-08-10

Ken England, US screenwriter (Good Girls Go to Paris), dies at 82

1993-08-10

Sylviane Aladin, La valse de Paris

1993-08-29

Dorian Corey, actor (Paris is Burning), dies of AIDs at 56

1993-10-19

Pola Illéry, Under the Roofs of Paris

1994-02-05

Fred de Bruyne, Flemish cyclist/gang leader (Paris-Nice), dies at 63

1995-08-23

Dwayne R. Goettel, An American Werewolf in Paris

1995-11-19

Roberta Huby, Take Me to Paris

1995-11-28

Yvette Bentley, Paris Calling

1996-01-09

Danny Xtravaganza, Paris Is Burning

1996-10-31

Grachan Moncur III, For Klook: The Story of the Paris Reunion Band

1996-11-12

Peter Leeds, The Last Time I Saw Paris

1996-11-20

Véra Korène, Café de Paris

1996-12-01

Luiz Antônio, Midnight in Paris

1997-03-31

Helen Meinardi, I Met Him in Paris

1997-08-31

Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, dies in car crash in Paris at 36

1997-09-11

André Dumaître, The Seine Meets Paris

1997-09-13

Georges Guétary, An American in Paris

1998-01-01

Ann Delikat, Folies Bergère de Paris

1998-08-01

Carl Neubert, The Catman of Paris

1998-08-12

Dorothy Tuttle, An American in Paris

1998-08-22

Jack Briggs, Joan of Paris

1999-01-26

Jonni Paris, South Pacific

1999-05-11

Lulla Rosenfeld, Paris Blues

2000-01-01

Si Zentner, An American in Paris

2000-01-03

Bernhard Wicki, Paris, Texas

2000-01-06

Malvina Polo, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

2000-03-31

Giselle Freund, Paris Was a Woman

2000-08-01

Poppy Wilde, Gold Diggers in Paris

2000-09-17

Ruth Lewis, An American in Paris

2000-11-30

Armand Abplanalp, Last Tango in Paris

2001-09-12

Marilyn Rogers, An American in Paris

2001-09-13

Teresa Gracia, Paris Belongs to Us

2001-12-27

Stephen Kirchner, An American in Paris

2003-01-04

Lila Zali, An American in Paris

2003-04-22

Bob Mascagno, An American in Paris

2003-05-14

Pepper LaBeija, Paris Is Burning

2003-11-03

Aaron Bridgers, Paris Blues

2004-06-17

Jackie Paris, 'Tis Autumn: The Search for Jackie Paris

2004-07-02

C.E. Andrews, Innocents of Paris

2004-08-10

Václav Lidl, Alice of Wonderland in Paris

2004-09-09

Jean-Daniel Pollet, Six in Paris

2004-09-28

Djalma Ferreira, Midnight in Paris

2004-10-26

Henri Doublier, If Paris Were Told to Us

2004-11-11

Yasser Arafat, co-founder and Chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization, revolutionary and nobel prize winner dies in Paris at 75

2004-12-06

Christine Wodetzky, Du stirbst nicht allein - Ein deutscher Kriegspfarrer in Paris

2005-03-05

Priscilla Paris, Doomsday Voyage

2005-04-15

Tom Willett, Paris

2005-06-20

Larry Collins, Is Paris Burning?

2005-09-04

Roland Bourdin, If Paris Were Told to Us

2005-10-06

Marvin Davis, A Scandal in Paris

2006-02-22

France Aubert, Adventure in Paris

2006-05-01

Johnny Paris, American saxophonist (Johnny and the Hurricanes) (b. 1940)

2006-05-01

Johnny Paris, True Blue

2006-05-06

Erdal Öz, Yilmaz Güney: Adana-Paris

2006-09-02

Willi Ninja, Paris Is Burning

2006-11-16

Paris Theodore, Peter Pan

2007-05-28

Georges Beeckman, Made in Paris

2007-11-20

Goh Misawa, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

2008-03-23

Virginia Paris, Santa Barbara

2008-07-13

Gerald Wiggins, The See-Paris-And-Die Affair

2008-10-18

Maurice Bernardet, Gross Paris

2009-02-03

Roland Lesaffre, Air of Paris

2009-02-17

Eric Blau, Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris

2009-03-07

Jacqueline François, Mademoiselle from Paris

2009-05-17

Octavia St. Laurent, Paris Is Burning

2009-09-27

Mary Jane French, An American in Paris

2010-12-28

Vladimir Vardunas, Window to Paris

2011-01-01

Albert Raisner, Rendez-vous à Paris

2011-02-03

Maria Schneider, Last Tango in Paris

2011-02-25

Jean Romaine, An American in Paris

2011-05-16

Renee Paris, The Lord's of Flatbush

2012-02-29

Anne Marie Moss, 'Tis Autumn: The Search for Jackie Paris

2012-07-28

Christa Williams, Das hab ich in Paris gelernt

2012-08-02

Gilbert Prouteau, God Chose Paris

2012-08-11

Aleksei Zalivalov, Window to Paris

2012-09-16

Luc Barnier, Paris, je t'aime

2012-09-22

Grigori Frid, Lenin in Paris

2012-10-25

Dorinda Stevens, Night Train to Paris

2012-11-29

Beryl Baxter, Idol of Paris

2013-03-27

Philippe Hiquilly, Six in Paris

2013-03-29

Salah Teskouk, Paris, je t'aime

2013-04-01

J. Greg Willard, Forget Paris

2013-07-16

Jacques Ramade, A Cat in Paris

2014-01-29

François Cavanna, Paris Brothel

2014-02-18

Mavis Gallant, Paris Stories: The Writing of Mavis Gallant

2014-04-13

Frances Berrigan, Paris Was a Woman

2014-06-08

Veronica Lazar, Last Tango in Paris

2014-08-22

Emmanouil Kriaras, Place of Life - Place of Memory, the Greek Foundation in Paris

2014-09-12

Catherine Sola, Last Tango in Paris

2014-10-20

L.M. Kit Carson, Paris, Texas

2014-11-28

Bob Baker, Paris in the Spring

2015-06-18

Jack Rollins, Midnight in Paris

2015-08-13

Susan Newhouse, Paris Is Burning

2015-10-22

Mark Murphy, 'Tis Autumn: The Search for Jackie Paris

2017-08-23

Tony de Brum, champion of Paris climate agreement, dies aged 72


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