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Henry IVFeb 14, 1076

Edward IIIAug 26, 1346

vlad IIINov 26, 1476

Tycho BraheFeb 4, 1600

Isaac NewtonJan 26, 1697

HandelApr 13, 1742

James HuttonJul 4, 1785

NapoleonApr 4, 1814

Davy CrockettJan 5, 1836

Charles DarwinAug 17, 1836

Edgar Allan PoeOct 3, 1849

Harriet TubmanDec 6, 1849

Abraham LincolnSep 8, 1858

Jefferson DavisFeb 4, 1861

Mark TwainFeb 2, 1863

George Armstrong CusterAug 4, 1873

Thomas EdisonNov 29, 1877

Doc HollidayJul 19, 1879

George EastmanApr 6, 1889

Wilhelm RöntgenNov 8, 1895

Carl Gustav JungFeb 27, 1907

John D. Rockefeller JrMar 3, 1910

Babe RuthJun 10, 1921

Ty CobbJul 17, 1922

Cy DennenyFeb 17, 1923

Bonnie ParkerJan 5, 1930

Clyde BarrowAug 5, 1932

Franklin RooseveltNov 8, 1932

Groucho MarxNov 28, 1932

Mackenzie KingOct 23, 1935

Basil RathboneMar 31, 1939

Ted WilliamsMay 25, 1941

Howard FloreyJul 4, 1941

Duke EllingtonJan 23, 1943

Louis ArmstrongJan 18, 1944

Nat King ColeJun 14, 1946

Joe DiMaggioAug 11, 1950

Allen GinsbergOct 7, 1955

Mickey MantleMay 18, 1956

Elvis PresleySep 9, 1956

John LennonJul 6, 1957

Maurice RichardSep 15, 1960

JFKJun 11, 1963

Christopher PlummerMar 2, 1965

Willie MaysAug 17, 1966

Dr. SeussDec 18, 1966

Jimi HendrixMar 31, 1967

Charles de GaulleNov 27, 1967

Chuck NollJan 27, 1969

Jack NicklausMar 6, 1972

Johnny BenchMay 9, 1973

Johnny CashMay 29, 1976

Nolan RyanApr 24, 1978

Pete RoseSep 24, 1979

Pat SummerallNov 25, 1979

Pierre TrudeauMar 3, 1980

Yogi BerraDec 16, 1983

Kareem Abdul-JabbarApr 5, 1984

Nelson MandelaMay 12, 1984

Arnold PalmerJun 4, 1984

Wayne GretzkyApr 25, 1985

Mikhail GorbachevNov 19, 1985

Dan MarinoDec 2, 1985

ReaganNov 28, 1986

Hulk HoganFeb 5, 1988

Elton JohnOct 22, 1988

Keith HernandezJan 29, 1989

Kirby PuckettMay 14, 1989

Glenn FreySep 29, 1989

Michael JordanMar 28, 1990

Cal RipkenJun 12, 1990

Rickey HendersonMay 1, 1991

President BushSep 27, 1991

MadonnaApr 20, 1992

Martin Luther KingJan 18, 1993

David LettermanJun 26, 1993

Pierce BrosnanNov 13, 1995

Peter MaxNov 10, 1997

Dino CiccarelliJan 15, 1998

Boris YeltsinAug 9, 1999

Ray BourqueMar 6, 2000

Joe SakicMar 23, 2000

Ja RuleFeb 17, 2002

Bill MaherFeb 21, 2003

Janet JacksonFeb 1, 2004

Barry BondsApr 13, 2004

Ken JenningsNov 30, 2004

Joe GibbsJan 8, 2008

Bill GatesJun 27, 2008

Mike BabcockJul 22, 2013

Tiger WoodsNov 27, 2013

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Date Event
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The Julian calendar takes effect for the first time.

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AD
410-08-24

Rome overrun by Visigoths under Alaric I for the first time in nearly 800 years, seen as the fall of the Western Roman Empire

563-12-24

The Byzantine church Hagia Sophia in Constantinople is dedicated for the second time after being destroyed by earthquakes.

708-08-29

Copper coins are minted in Japan for the first time (Traditional Japanese date: August 10, 708).

758-06-11

Abbasid Arabs and Uyghur Turks arrive simultaneously at Chang'an, the Tang Chinese capital, in order to offer tribute to the imperial court. The Arabs and Turks bicker and fight over diplomatic prominence at the gate, in order to present tribute before the other. A settlement is reached when both are allowed to enter at the same time, but through two different gates to the palace.

1076-02-14

Pope Gregory VII excommunicates Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV (for the 1st time)

1146-08-30

European leaders outlaw crossbow, intending to end war for all time

1178-06-18

Proposed time of origin of lunar crater Giordano Bruno

1245-07-17

Pope bans emperor Frederik II Hohenstaufen for 3rd time

1253-04-28

Nichiren, a Japanese Buddhist monk, propounds Nam Myoho Renge Kyo for the first time and declares it to be the essence of Buddhism, in effect founding Nichiren Buddhism.

1322-06-24

Jews are expelled from France for 3rd time

1323-08-12

Treaty of Nöteborg between Sweden and Novgorod (Russia) regulates the border for the first time.

1346-08-26

Battle of Crécy, south of Calais in northern France; Edward III's English longbows defeat Philip VI's army, cannons used for first time in battle

1397-04-17

Geoffrey Chaucer tells the Canterbury Tales for the first time at the court of Richard II. Chaucer scholars have also identified this date (in 1387) as when the book's pilgrimage to Canterbury starts.

1405-07-11

Chinese fleet commander Zheng He sets sail to explore the world for the first time.

1476-11-26

vlad III Dracula defeats Basarab Laiota with the help of Stephen the Great and Stephen V Bathory and becomes the ruler of Wallachia for the third time.

1502-10-30

Vasco da Gama returns to Calicut for the second time.

1542-05-06

Francis Xavier reaches Old Goa, the capital of Portuguese India at the time.

1600-02-04

Tycho Brahe & Johannes Kepler meet for first time near Prague

1612-11-01

(22 October O.S.) Time of Troubles in Russia: Moscow, Kitai-gorod, is captured by Russian troops under command of Dmitry Pozharsky

1675-11-11

Gottfried Leibniz demonstrated integral calculus for the first time to find the area under the graph of y = f(x) function.

1697-01-26

Isaac Newton receives Jean Bernoulli's 6 month time-limit problem, solves problem before going to bed that same night

1708-03-11

Queen Anne withholds Royal Assent from the Scottish Militia Bill, the last time a British monarch vetoes legislation.

1715-04-29

John Flamsteed observes Uranus for 6th time

1735-07-11

Mathematical calculations suggest that it was on this day that Pluto moved from the ninth to the eighth most distant planet from the Sun for the last time before 1979.

1742-04-13

George Frideric Handel's oratorio "Messiah" performed for the 1st time at New Music Hall in Dublin

1743-06-27

War of the Austrian Succession: Battle of Dettingen: in Bavaria, King George II of Britain personally leads troops into battle. The last time a British monarch would command troops in the field.

1775-05-10

2nd Continental Congress convenes in Pa issues paper currency for 1st time

1777-09-03

Cooch's Bridge - Skirmish of American Revolutionary war in New Castle County, Delaware where the Flag of the United States was flown in battle for the first time.

1778-02-14

"Stars & Stripes" arrives in foreign port for 1st time (France)

1779-03-11

US army Corps of Engineers established (1st time)

1780-05-04

The Derby horse race is held for the first time.

1782-09-16

Great Seal of US used for 1st time

1785-07-04

James Hutton, geologist, publicly reads an abstract of his theory of uniformitarianism for the first time at the meeting of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

1789-05-05

French Estates-General meets for the first time since 1614 at Versailles, summoned King Louis XVI

1790-02-01

Supreme Court convenes for 1st time (NYC)

1792-07-30

500 Marseillaisian men sing France's national anthem for 1st time

1802-03-16

US Army Corps of Engineers established (2nd time)

1804-02-21

1st locomotive, Richard Trevithick's, runs for 1st time, in Wales

1811-02-11

President Madison prohibits trade with Britain for 3rd time in 4 years

1812-05-11

British Prime Minister Spencer Perceval is assassinated by John Bellingham in the lobby of the House of Commons, London. Ironically, descendants of both were later elected to Parliament at the same time.

1814-04-04

Napoleon abdicates for the first time in favour of his son.

1814-11-28

The Times of London is for the first time printed by automatic, steam powered presses built by the German inventors Friedrich Koenig and Andreas Friedrich Bauer, signaling the beginning of the availability of newspapers to a mass audience.

1831-09-15

The locomotive John Bull operates for the first time in New Jersey on the Camden and Amboy Railroad.

1835-01-08

The United States national debt is 0 for the first and only time.

1836-01-05

Davy Crockett arrives in Texas, just in time for the Alamo

1836-08-17

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin leave South-America for last time

1837-11-07

In Alton, Illinois, abolitionist printer Elijah P. Lovejoy shot dead (age 34) by pro-slavery mob while attempting to protect his printing shop from being destroyed a third time.

1842-03-30

Ether used as an anaesthetic for 1st time by Dr Crawford Long (Ga)

1845-03-03

1st time, US Senate overrides presidential (Tyler) veto

1846-09-30

Anesthetic ether used for 1st time by American dentist Dr William Morton who extracts a tooth

1847-07-10

Urbain J J Leverrier & John Couch Adams, codiscoverers of Neptune, meet for 1st time at home of John Herschel

1848-04-03

German explorer Ludwig Leichhardt is seen for the last time at McPherson's Station, Coogoon, before he disappears on the same expedition to reach the Swan River

1849-05-29

Lincoln says "You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time."

1849-10-03

American author Edgar Allan Poe is found delirious in a gutter in Baltimore, Maryland under mysterious circumstances; it is the last time he is seen in public before his death.

1849-12-06

Harriet Tubman escapes from slavery in Maryland for the 2nd and final time

1851-06-09

SF Committee of Vigilance forms (1st time)

1854-02-11

Major streets lit by coal gas for 1st time

1858-09-08

Abraham Lincoln supposedly says in a speech "You may fool all the people some of the time; you can even fool some of the people all the time; but you can't fool all of the people all the time"

1859-04-26

Dan Sickles is acquitted of murder on grounds of temporary insanity - 1st time this defense used successfully in the US

1859-11-01

The current Cape Lookout, North Carolina, lighthouse was lit for the first time. Its first-order Fresnel lens can be seen for about 19 miles (30 kilometers), in good conditions.

1860-02-22

Organized baseball played in SF for 1st time

1861-02-04

Confederate constitutional convention meets for 1st time; Jefferson Davis elected president of Confederacy (US Civil War)

1862-05-24

Beardslee field telegraph used for 1st time

1862-07-01

Congress outlaws polygamy for the 1st time

1863-02-02

Samuel Clemens becomes Mark Twain for 1st time

1863-12-15

Romania is using for the first time a mountain railway (from Anina to Oravita).

1864-08-05

Spectrum of a comet observed for 1st time, by Giovanni Donati

1865-03-18

Congress of Confederate States of American adjourns for last time

1865-05-23

Flag flown at full mast over White House, 1st time since Lincoln shot

1865-07-02

One-time Methodist Reform Church minister William Booth and his wife Catherine found the Salvation Army (Army of the Salvation) as the East London Christian Mission

1867-08-01

Blacks vote for 1st time in a US state election in the South (Tenn)

1868-11-02

Time zone: New Zealand officially adopts a standard time to be observed nationally

1869-03-01

Postage stamps showing scenes are issued for 1st time

1870-02-10

City of Anaheim incorporates (1st time)

1871-12-26

Gilbert and Sullivan collaborate for the first time, on their lost opera, Thespis. It does modestly well, but the two would not collaborate again for four years.

1872-05-16

Metropolitan Gas Company lamps lit for 1st time

1873-05-23

Postal cards sold in SF for 1st time

1873-08-04

Indian Wars: whilst protecting a railroad survey party in Montana, the United States 7th Cavalry, under Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer, clashes for the first time with the Sioux (near the Tongue River; only one man on each side is killed).

1876-12-06

City of Anaheim incorporated for 2nd time

1877-07-24

1st time federal troops are used to combat strikers

1877-11-29

US inventor Thomas Edison demonstrates his hand-cranked phonograph for the first time

1878-01-28

George W Coy hired as 1st full-time telephone operator

1878-05-04

Phonograph shown for 1st time at Grand Opera House

1879-02-08

Sandford Fleming first proposes adoption of Universal Standard Time at a meeting of the Royal Canadian Institute.

1879-04-08

Milk was sold in glass bottles for 1st time

1879-07-19

Doc Holliday kills for the first time after a man shoots up his New Mexico saloon.

1879-09-19

The Blackpool Illuminations are switched on for the first time.

1880-08-02

British Parliament officially adopts Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)

1883-11-18

Standard time zones forms by railroads in US & Canada

1883-12-09

New Brunswick adopts Eastern Standard Time (until 1902)

1884-03-13

US adopts Standard Time

1884-10-13

Greenwich established as universal time meridian of longitude

1884-10-22

The International Meridian Conference in Washington, DC, USA adopts Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) worldwide, creating 24 international time zones with longitude zero at the Greenwich meridian

1888-07-15

Bandai volcano (Japan) erupts for 1st time in 1,000 years

1888-10-01

National Geographic magazine publishes for 1st time

1889-04-06

George Eastman places Kodak Camera on sale for 1st time

1889-09-24

Alexander Dey patents dial time recorder

1890-01-25

Nellie Bly beats Phileas Fogg's time around world by 8 days (72 days)

1893-04-22

Paul Kruger elected president of Transvaal for 3rd time

1893-07-24

For only time in history of US Tennis championships, an event is held off the Eastern seaboard. Men's double championship in Chicago

1893-08-10

Rudolf Diesel's prime model internal combustion engine, a single 10-foot iron cylinder with a flywheel at its base, ran on its own power for the first time in Augsburg, Germany

1893-11-28

Women vote in a national election for the first time: the New Zealand general election.

1894-01-01

Denmark adopts Mid-European time

1894-03-12

In Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA, Coca-Cola is sold in bottles for the first time.

1894-10-30

Daniel Cooper patents time clock

1895-01-01

Norway adopts Mid-European time

1895-10-05

The first individual time trial for racing cyclists is held on a 50-mile course north of London.

1895-11-08

Wilhelm Röntgen observes X-rays for the first time during an experiment at Würzburg University, Germany

1896-02-18

Cave of Winds at Niagara Falls goes almost dry for first time in 50 yrs

1897-05-21

Yerkes Observatory 40" (1m) refractor used for 1st time

1899-05-30

24th Preakness: R Clawson aboard Half Time wins in 1:47

1900-04-30

Casey Jones dies in a train wreck in Vaughn, Mississippi, while trying to make up time on the Cannonball Express.

1900-09-17

USA, Anthracite coal miners go out on strike for better wages until the October 25, by which time the owners are persuaded that their stand is harming President McKinley's campaign

1902-04-02

"Electric Theatre", the first full-time movie theater in the United States, opens in Los Angeles, California.

1902-05-16

2 deaf-mutes face each other for 1st time as Dummy Hoy leads off for the Reds against Dummy Taylor of the Giants, Reds win 5-3

1902-06-15

Canada's Maritime Provinces switch from Eastern to Atlantic time

1902-09-01

Tinker, Evers, & Chance appear together for 1st time

1903-10-06

The High Court of Australia sits for the first time.

1905-07-06

Alfred Deakin becomes Prime Minister of Australia for the second time.

1906-01-12

1st time Dow Jones closes above 100 (100.26)

1906-01-29

Coen de King skates world record time: 32,370 km

1906-05-10

Russian Duma (Parliament) meets for 1st time

1906-07-02

Yanks win by forfeit for the 1st time

1906-09-01

Alberta adopts Mountain Standard Time

1906-09-07

Alberto Santos-Dumont flies his 14-bis aircraft at Bagatelle, France for the first time successfully.

1906-10-06

The Majlis of Iran convened for the first time.

1907-02-27

Psychiatrists Carl Gustav Jung and Sigmund Freud meet for the first time in Vienna

1907-12-31

For 1st time a ball drops at Times Square to signal new year

1908-01-01

1st time, ball signifying new year dropped at Times Square

1908-01-12

A long-distance radio message is sent from the Eiffel Tower for the first time.

1909-01-28

US military forces leave Cuba for 2nd time

1909-03-31

Gustav Mahler conducts NY Philharmonic for his 1st time

1909-06-02

Alfred Deakin becomes Prime Minister of Australia for the third time.

1910-03-03

Rockefeller Foundation: John D. Rockefeller Jr. announces his retirement from managing his businesses so that he can be devoted full time to being a philanthropist

1910-04-19

Halley's comet seen by naked eye 1st time this trip (Curacao)

1910-05-15

The last time a major earthquake happened on the Elsinore Fault Zone.

1910-06-19

Father's Day celebrated for 1st time (Spokane, Wash)

1910-11-08

For the first time since 1894, the US elects a Democratic Congress, including the first socialist ever to sit in Congress, Victor L Berger of Milwaukee

1911-04-27

Following the resignation and death of William P. Frye, a compromise is reached to rotate the office of President pro tempore (for the time being) of the United States Senate.

1911-08-14

United States Senate leaders begin to rotate the office of President pro tempore (for the time being) of the Senate among leading candidates to fill the vacancy left by William P. Frye's death.

1911-11-27

Audience throws vegetables at actors for 1st recorded time in US

1912-06-05

US marines invade Cuba (3nd time)

1912-08-25

1st time an aircraft recovers from a spin

1914-04-04

"Perils of Pauline" shown for 1st time in LA

1914-09-17

Andrew Fisher becomes Prime Minister of Australia for the third time.

1915-03-19

Pluto photographed for 1st time (although unknown at the time)

1915-04-22

NY Yankees don pinstripes & hat-in-the-ring logo for 1st time

1916-03-08

US invades Cuba for 3rd time, this to end corrupt Menocal regime

1916-05-17

British Summer Time (Daylight Savings) introduced

1916-05-21

Britain begins "Summer Time" (daylight saving time)

1916-06-29

Boeing aircraft flies for 1st time

1916-10-04

Market Street's "Path of Gold" lit for 1st time

1917-11-05

Gen Pershing & US troops see action on Western Front for 1st time

1918-03-19

US Congress authorizes time zones & approves daylight saving time

1918-03-31

1st daylight savings time in US goes into effect

1920-03-19

US Senate rejects Treaty of Versailles for 2nd time refusing to ratify League of Nations' covenant (maintaining isolation policy)

1920-04-28

Azerbaijan SSR joins USSR (1st time)

1920-07-27

Radio compass used for 1st time for aircraft navigation

1920-09-30

Time Square Theater opens at 217 W 42nd St NYC

1921-02-24

1st transcontinental flight in 24 hrs flying time arrives Florida

1921-06-10

Babe Ruth becomes all time HR champ with #120 (Gavvy Cravath)

1922-06-29

France grants 1 km² at Vimy Ridge "freely, and for all time, to the Government of Canada, the free use of the land exempt from all taxes."

1922-07-17

Ty Cobb gets 5 hits in a game for record 4th time in a year

1922-07-22

Cards enter 1st place, marks 1st time both St Louis teams are on top

1922-08-14

1st "old time" musicians broadcasted on radio (Jenkins-WSB Atlanta)

1922-08-30

Babe Ruth is thrown out of a game for 5th time in 1922

1922-10-04

For 1st time, entire World Series broadcast over radio (WJZ & WGY)

1923-02-10

Ink paste manufactured for 1st time by Standard Ink Company

1923-02-17

Ottawa Senator Cy Denneny becomes NHL's all time scorer (143 goals)

1923-03-03

Time magazine publishes 1st issue featuring Joseph G. Cannon (Speaker of US House of Representatives)

1923-10-04

Young Stribling held light-heavyweight boxing championship for shortest amount of time (3 hrs). Referee overturns decision

1924-02-05

The Royal Greenwich Observatory begin broadcasting the hourly time signals known as the Greenwich Time Signal or the "BBC pips".

1925-08-09

Only time Babe Ruth pinch-hit for, Bobby Veach flies out

1926-08-18

Weather map televised for 1st time

1927-04-03

Interstate Commerce Comm transfers Ohio to Eastern time zone

1928-04-19

Yanks are out of 1st place for 1st time since May 1926

1928-06-15

Ty Cobb, 41, steals home for 50th & final time

1928-07-06

Worlds largest record hailstone 1.5 lbs (7 inchs in diameter) at the time falls in Potter, Nebraska

1928-07-07

Sliced bread is sold for the first time by the Chillicothe Baking Company of Chillicothe, Missouri. It is described as the greatest forward step in the baking industry since bread was wrapped".

1929-02-05

Jimmy Hatlo's "They'll Do It Every Time" cartoon debuts in SF

1929-06-15

1st time NY curb stock exchange transacts more business than NY Exch

1929-09-03

Dow Jones Industrial Average reaches all time high of 381.17, to be shortly followed by the Crash of 1929.

1930-01-05

Bonnie Parker meets Clyde Barrow for the first time at Clarence Clay's house

1930-05-27

The 1,046-foot (319-meter) Chrysler Building in New York City, the tallest man-made structure at the time, opens to the public.

1930-06-16

Sovnarkom establishes decree time in the USSR.

1930-08-03

2nd time in 1930, Chuck Klein of Phillies hits in 26 straight games

1931-03-04

West Indies beat Australia for the 1st time, by 30 runs at SCG

1931-06-06

"There Ought To Be A Moonlight Saving Time" by Guy Lombardo hits #1

1932-02-09

America enter Olympic 2-man bobsled competition for 1st time

1932-02-15

Aust beat South Africa in cricket by an inn in 5 hrs 53 min playing time

1932-02-29

TIME magazine features eccentric American politician William "Alfalfa" Murray on its cover after Murray stated his intention to run for President of the United States.

1932-08-05

Clyde Barrow and two associates kill Sheriff C.G. Maxwell and his deputy, Eugene C. Moore, the first time the Barrow gang killed a lawman

1932-11-08

Franklin Roosevelt (D) elected 32nd President for 1st time

1932-11-28

Groucho Marx performed on radio for 1st time

1933-07-19

1st time brothers on opposite teams homer in the same game. Red Sox

1933-08-03

Yanks are shut out for 1st time after 308 games (since Aug 2, 1931)

1933-08-26

Jan van Houten bicycles world record time (44,588 km)

1934-01-05

Fenway Park catches fire for 2nd time (May 8th 1926 also)

1934-07-14

NY Times erroneously declares Ruth 700 HR record to stand for all time

1934-08-10

Babe Ruth announces this is his final season as full time player

1935-02-01

1st "March of Time" newsreel premieres at the Capitol

1935-02-06

"Monopoly" board game goes on sale for 1st time

1935-03-30

Newfoundland changes time to 3½ hrs W of Greenwich, repeats 44 sec

1935-07-05

1st time brothers on opposing teams hit HRs, Tony & Al Cuccunello

1935-10-23

Mackenzie King is elected as Prime Minister of Canada for the third time

1936-08-06

1st time in 20th century, 1st 2 batters in a game-Roy Johnson & Rabbit Warstler of Boston Bees-lead off with HRs

1936-09-29

Radio used for 1st time for a presidential campaign

1937-09-29

Frans Slaats bicycles world record time (45,563 km)

1938-02-03

Paul Osborn's "On Borrowed Time," premieres in NYC

1938-03-13

World News Roundup is broadcast for the first time on CBS Radio in the United States.

1938-09-15

Only time brothers hit back-to-back HRs (Lloyd & Paul Waner, Pitts)

1938-09-23

Time capsule, to be opened in 6939, buried at World's Fair in NYC (capsule contained a woman's hat, man's pipe & 1,100' of microfilm)

1938-11-05

Rugers beats Princeton 1st time in 60 yrs as Rutgers Stad dedicated

1938-11-06

3 DiMaggio brothers play together for 1st time, charity all star game

1939-03-31

"The Hound of Baskervilles", starring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson for the first time, is released

1939-04-17

SN Behrman's "No Time for Comedy" premieres in NYC

1939-06-30

Heinkel He 176 rocket plane flies for 1st time, at Peenemunde

1939-09-17

Taisto Mäki becomes the first man to run the 10,000 metres in under 30 minutes, in a time of 29:52.6

1939-10-24

Nylon stockings go on sale for first time (Wilmington, Delaware)

1939-10-25

William Saroyan's "Time of Your Life" premieres in NYC

1940-05-19

Amsterdam time becomes MET (Middle European Time)

1940-09-14

Congress passes 1st peace-time conscription bill (draft law)

1940-09-27

Yankees, lose to A's & eliminated from pennant for 1st time since 1935

1941-05-25

Ted Williams raises his batting average over .400 for 1st time in 1941

1941-06-06

Giants use plastic batting helmets for 1st time

1941-07-04

Howard Florey & Norman Heatley meet for 1st time, 11 days later they successfully recreate penicillin

1942-02-09

Daylight Savings War Time goes into effect in US

1942-03-27

Japan forces Java to use "Tokyo time" 1½ hour forward

1942-04-01

Mexico changes from 3 time zones to 2

1942-07-18

Test flight of German Messerschmitt Me-262 using only its jet engines for the first time.

1942-07-20

Time puts Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovitch on its cover

1942-12-04

US bombers struck Italian mainland for 1st time in WW II

1943-01-23

Duke Ellington plays at Carnegie Hall in New York City for the first time.

1943-04-19

Bicycle Day - Swiss chemist Dr. Albert Hofmann deliberately takes LSD for the first time.

1944-01-18

The Metropolitan Opera House in New York City hosts a jazz concert for the first time. The performers were Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton, Artie Shaw, Roy Eldridge and Jack Teagarden.

1944-03-19

Tippett's oratorium "Child of Our Time" premieres in London

1944-04-30

NY Giant, Mel Ott scores 6 runs in 1 game drawing 5 walks for 4th time

1944-09-12

US Army troops entered Germany for 1st time

1945-03-10

Tokyo in fire after night time B-29 bombing

1945-04-30

"Arthur Godfrey Time" begins a 27 year run on CBS radio

1945-08-14

V-J Day; Japan surrenders unconditionally to end WW II (also August 15 depending on time zone)

1945-08-15

Victory over Japan Day, the Japanese surrender and the end of WWII is announced in Japan (due to time zones 14th Aug in the Americas)

1945-10-03

Tigers & Cubs meet in World Series for 4th time

1945-10-21

Women in France allowed to vote for 1st time

1946-01-10

UN General Assembly meets for 1st time (London)

1946-04-08

League of Nations assembles for last time

1946-06-14

Nat King Cole records "The Christmas Song" for the first time

1946-07-16

Attempt made to recall Mayor Lapham (1st time in SF history)

1946-08-09

1st time all major-league baseball games (8) are played at night

1946-09-29

1st time NL pennant ends in a tie (Cards & Dodgers)

1947-08-20

Boston Braves hit a million attendance for 1st time

1947-10-01

The F-86 Sabre flies for the first time.

1947-11-02

Howard Hughes' "Spruce Goose" flies for 1st (& last) time

1948-02-05

"Nature of Things" science show premieres on NBC prime time

1948-02-16

Miranda, famous moon of Uranus, photographed for 1st time

1948-06-18

National Security Council authorizes covert operations for 1st time

1948-07-30

Professional wrestling premieres on prime-time network TV (DuMont)

1949-09-17

North Atlantic Treaty Council meets for 1st time

1950-02-16

Longest-running prime-time game show, "What's My Line" begins on CBS

1950-07-03

1st time US & North Korean forces clash in Korean War

1950-08-11

Hitting just .279, Yank great Joe DiMaggio is benched for 1st time

1950-09-15

For a record 6th time, NY Yankee Johnny Mize hits 3 HRs in one game

1950-09-30

Radio's "Grand Ole Opry" is broadcasted on TV for 1st time

1950-10-08

Cleveland Browns play Pittsburgh for 1st time, beat Steelers 30-17

1950-10-26

Robert McClure sights the fabled Northwest Passage for the first time (from Banks Island towards Melville Island)

1951-02-03

Dick Button wins US skating title for 6th time

1951-06-14

"Courtin' Time" opens at National Theater NYC for 37 performances

1951-07-14

"Courtin' Time" closes at National Theater NYC after 37 performances

1952-10-15

Arthur Laurent's "Time of the Cuckoo" premieres in NYC

1953-03-19

25th Academy Awards - "Greatest Show on Earth", Gary Cooper & Shirley Booth win (1st time televised)

1953-11-03

1939 sacrifice fly rule restored: no time at bat for sac fly

1954-04-19

7-time winner of Boston Marathon, 65-year-old Clarence Demar, runs his last race at Boston finishing 78th

1954-08-31

Hurricane Carol hits New England, 70 die, Costliest ever hurricane at the time and 1st storm name to be retired.

1954-09-12

White Sox win 90th game, 1st time they win this many since 1920

1954-11-23

For the first time, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closes above the peak it reached just before the 1929 crash.

1954-12-26

"The Shadow," airs for last time on radio

1955-06-12

"Mr Peepers" (TV Comedy) starring Wally Cox airs for last time on NBC

1955-10-07

Beat poet Allen Ginsberg reads his poem "Howl" for the first time at a poetry reading in San Francisco.

1955-10-18

Track & Field names Jesse Owens all-time track athelete

1955-10-20

"No Time for Sergeants" opens on Broadway, starring Andy Griffith

1955-10-23

Dominican League moves to winter baseball for 1st time

1955-10-25

Austria resumed its sovereignty after departure of last Allied occupation forces, for 1st time since German occupation of 1938

1955-11-01

Time bomb aboard United DC-6 kills 44 above Longmont, Colorado

1956-03-12

Dow Jones closes above 500 for 1st time (500.24)

1956-05-18

Mickey Mantle hits HR from both sides of plate for record 3rd time

1956-09-09

Elvis Presley appears on the Ed Sullivan Show for the 1st time

1957-02-27

Premiere of only prime-time network TV show beginning with an "X": "Xavier Cugat Show" on NBC (until X-Files)

1957-05-04

Alan Freed hosts "Rock n' Roll Show" 1st prime-time network rock show

1957-07-06

John Lennon (16) & Paul McCartney (15) meet for 1st time as Lennon's rock group Quarrymen perform at a church dinner

1957-09-02

1st edition newspaper the Ware Time (in Suriname), 1,700 die

1957-10-01

B-52 bombers begin full-time flying alert in case of USSR attack

1957-10-10

Braves' Lew Burdette beats Yankees for 3rd time in 1 World Series

1958-02-04

Hall of Fame fails to elect anyone for 1st time since 1950

1958-02-23

5-time world driving champion Juan Fangio kidnapped by Cuban rebels

1958-04-04

The CND Peace Symbol displayed in public for the first time in London.

1958-04-05

Ripple Rock, an underwater threat to navigation in the Seymour Narrows in Canada is destroyed in one of the largest non-nuclear controlled explosions of the time.

1958-10-08

Braves Eddie Mathews strikes out for World Series record 11th time

1958-10-23

The Springhill Mine Bump - An underground earthquake traps 174 miners in the No. 2 colliery at Springhill, Nova Scotia, the deepest coal mine in North America at the time. By November 1, rescuers from around the world had dug out 100 of the victims, marking the death toll at 74.

1958-11-27

USSR abrogates Allied war-time agreements on control of Germany

1958-12-05

The Preston bypass, the UK's first stretch of motorway, opens to traffic for the first time. It is now part of the M6 and M55 motorways.

1959-04-27

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

1959-05-20

Yanks sink to last place, 1st time since May 25, 1940

1959-06-01

2-time champ Monterrey Mexico barred from 1959 Little League competition for using players outside predetermined geographical area

1959-06-30

During a game in Wrigley Field, 2 balls were in play at same time

1959-07-15

The steel strike of 1959 begins, leading to significant importation of foreign steel for the first time in United States history.

1959-10-07

Far side of Moon seen for 1st time, compliments of USSR's Luna 3

1960-08-28

White Sox Ted Kluzewski's 3-run HR is disallowed as ump called time

1960-09-15

Maurice Richard announces his retirement. He finishes his career with 544 goals, an NHL record at the time.

1960-09-25

For 1st time since 1927, Pirates clinch NL pennant

1960-09-30

Flintstones premieres (1st prime time animation show)

1960-10-12

Inejiro Asanuma is assassinated in Japan by Otoya Yamaguchi, a 17-year-old. The camera was rolling at that time.

1960-12-13

Italy beats US in Davis cup (1st time in 24 years US not in finals)

1961-01-02

Hawaii's, then all time low temperature, 14°F recorded atop Haleakale

1961-05-12

Mikhail Botvinnik wins world chess championship for 3rd time

1961-05-30

Long time Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo is assassinated in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

1961-11-26

For 2nd time in his career, St Louis' Jerry Norton has 4 interceptions

1961-12-15

Equal access rule, political parties get TV broadcasting time

1962-02-02

8 of 9 planets align for 1st time in 400 years

1962-04-24

MIT sends TV signal by satellite for 1st time: CA to MA

1962-05-09

Laser beam successfully bounced off Moon for 1st time

1962-06-06

Beatles meet their producer George Martin for 1st time, they record "Besame Mucho" with Peter Best on drums

1962-07-12

1st time 2 manned crafts in space (USSR)

1962-08-12

1st time 2 people in space

1962-10-08

Spiegel scandal: Der Spiegel publishes the article "Bedingt abwehrbereit" ("Conditionally prepared for defense") about a NATO manoeuver called "Fallex 62", which uncovered the sorry state of the Bundeswehr (Germany's army) facing the communist threat from the east at the time. The magazine was soon accused of treason.

1963-04-21

Beatles meet Rolling Stones for 1st time

1963-04-21

The Universal House of Justice of the Bahá'í Faith is elected for the first time.

1963-06-11

US President JFK says segregation is morally wrong & that it is "time to act"

1963-10-01

1st time since 1910 no AL player, played in every game

1963-12-07

Instant replay is used for the first time in a Army-Navy game.

1963-12-20

Berlin Wall opens for 1st time to West Berliners

1963-12-31

Jerry Garcia & Bob Weir played music together for the 1st time

1964-05-30

Giants sweep Mets 5-3 & 8-6 in 23 inn, records include elapsed time of 9:50, 47 strikeouts, 7:22 for 2nd game & NY's 22 K's in 2nd games

1964-08-12

10th time Mantle switch-hits HR in a game, one goes 502 feet

1964-08-12

Mickey Mantle switch-hits HR record 10th & final time in a game

1964-10-12

1st time 3 people in space

1964-10-23

Time Magazine uses term "op art" for 1st time

1964-11-24

For 1st time since 1800, residents of Washngton DC permitted to vote

1964-12-15

1st time 4 people in space

1965-03-02

One of the most popular musical films of all time, "The Sound of Music", starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer, is released

1965-07-24

Rock group "The Animals" 1st time in British charts

1966-03-10

5 time Horse of the Year, Kelso, retires

1966-05-21

"Time for Singing" opens at Broadway Theater NYC for 41 performances

1966-06-12

Dave Clark Five sets record as they appear for 12th time on Ed Sullivan

1966-06-26

"Time for Singing" closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 41 perfs

1966-06-29

In the Vietnam War, US planes bombed Hanoi & Haiphong for 1st time

1966-08-17

Willie Mays takes 2nd place on all-time HR list

1966-11-01

Sandy Koufax becomes 1st 3-time Cy Young Award winner

1966-11-30

Radio time signal WWV moves from Greenbelt, Maryland

1966-12-01

Radio time signal WWV moves from Greenbelt, Md to Boulder, Colo

1966-12-18

Dr. Seuss' "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" airs for 1st time on CBS

1967-03-31

1st time Jimi Hendrix burns his guitar (London)

1967-04-14

In the Vietnam War, US planes bombed Haiphong for 1st time

1967-04-20

US planes bomb Haiphong for 1st time during Vietnam War

1967-06-20

Phillies Larry Jackson beats NY Mets for 18th straight time

1967-08-05

1st time an AFL team beats an NFL team, Broncos beats Detroit 13-7

1967-09-30

Palace of Fine Arts reopens (1st time during 1915 exposition)

1967-10-30

Ferdinand Bracke bicycles world record time (48,093 km)

1967-11-25

Puerto Rico placed on Atlantic Standard Time

1967-11-27

French President Charles de Gaulle said 'Non!' to British entry to the European Common Market for the second time

1967-12-15

Beatles release "Christmas Time is Here Again"

1968-01-18

"Happy Time" opens at Broadway Theater NYC for 286 performances

1968-02-18

British adopts year-round daylight savings time as a trial

1968-03-07

The BBC broadcasts the news for the first time in color on television.

1968-08-11

The last steam passenger train service runs in Britain. A selection of British Rail steam locomotives make the 120-mile journey from Liverpool to Carlisle and returns to Liverpool before having their fires dropped for the last time - this working was known as the Fifteen Guinea Special.

1968-09-28

"Happy Time" closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 286 performances

1968-10-02

1st time, 2 soon-to-be-named MVPs oppose each other Cards Bob Gibson beat Tigers Denny McLain 4-0

1968-12-09

NLS (a system for which hypertext and the computer mouse were developed) is publicly demonstrated for the first time in San Francisco.

1969-01-27

Chuck Noll is named head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers (the youngest coach in NFL history at the time)

1969-03-12

11th Grammy Awards: Mrs Robinson, By the Time I Get to Phoenix wins

1969-09-10

NY Mets sweep Montreal Expos putting them in 1st place for 1st time

1969-10-12

1st time 5 people in space

1969-10-13

1st time 7 people in space

1970-01-01

"The Epoch" (Time 0 for UNIX systems, Midnight GMT)

1970-01-14

Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) officers begin to patrol the Falls Road area of Belfast for the first time since August 1969

1970-02-23

Holy Eucharist given by women for 1st time in Roman Catholic service

1970-03-18

NFL selects Wilson as official football & scoreboard as official time

1970-03-31

Following an Orange Order parade, intense riots erupt on the Springfield Road in Belfast; violence lasts for three days, and the British Army used CS gas for the first time in large quantities

1970-05-03

Trans-Arabian Pipeline delivery from Saudi Arabia to the Mediterranean interrupted in Syria, driving oil tanker rates to all time highs

1970-07-02

NY Yankees Horace Clarke breaks up a no-hitter in the 9th for 3rd time in 28 days

1970-07-18

Ron Hunt gets hit by a pitch for a record 119th time

1970-08-02

Rubber bullets used for the first time in Northern Ireland during 'The Troubles'

1970-08-28

Phillies Larry Bowa steals home for 2nd time in 1970

1970-09-12

Supersonic airliner Concorde lands for 1st time at Heathrow airport

1971-02-06

1st time a golf ball is hit on Moon (by Alan Shepard)

1971-05-25

The Provisional Irish Republican Army throw a time bomb into Springfield Road British Army base in Belfast, killing British Army Sergeant Michael Willetts and wounding seven officers

1971-07-28

16 time gold glover Brook Robinson commits 3 errors in 6th inning

1971-08-28

The US dollar is allowed to float against the Japanese yen for the first time.

1971-09-29

Ron Hunt is hit by a pitch for record 50th time in a season

1971-11-30

TV movie "Brian's Song" airs for 1st time on ABC-TV

1972-01-01

Policewomen are enlisted as full members of South African Police Force for the first time.

1972-02-15

Pres Velasco Ibarra of Ecuador deposed for 4th time

1972-02-15

Sound recordings are granted U.S. federal copyright protection for the first time.

1972-02-20

1st time Cleveland Cavaliers beat NY Knicks (111-109)

1972-03-06

Jack Nicklaus, passes Arnold Palmer as golf's all-time money winner

1972-03-18

Cornell NCAA hockey team shut out for 1st time in 225 games (Boston U)

1972-04-30

"Arthur Godfrey Time" ends a 27 year run on radio

1972-06-30

One leap second is added to the UTC time system; also 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985

1972-07-27

The F-15 Eagle flies for the first time.

1972-09-04

Thieves steal 18 paintings from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in what was at the time the largest art theft in North America.

1972-10-17

1st time Islanders shut-out-5-0 vs Penguins

1972-11-11

Dow Jones Index moves above 1,000 for 1st time

1972-11-14

Dow Jones closes above 1,000 for 1st time (1003.16)

1972-12-11

Jet's Don Maynard becomes all time pro reception leader (632)

1973-01-23

Helgafell, island of Heimaey Iceland erupts for 1st time in 7,000 yrs

1973-02-07

1st time Rangers shut-out Islanders 6-0

1973-02-10

2nd time Rangers shut-out Islanders 6-0

1973-02-16

WI v Australia at Kingston, 1st time since 1955 without Sobers

1973-02-20

10th time Islanders shut-out-4-0 vs Penguins

1973-03-04

15th Grammy Awards: 1st Time Ever I Saw Your Face, America

1973-05-09

For 2nd time, Johnny Bench hits 3 HRs in a game

1973-06-13

Garvey, Lopes, Cey & Russell play together for 1st time, set record of staying together as an infield for 8½ years (LA Dodgers)

1973-07-03

Brothers Jim & Gaylord Perry face each other for only time, Tigers beat Indians 5-4, as Gaylord loses

1973-07-19

Willie Mays named to NL all star team for 24th time (ties Musial)

1973-08-18

Gene Krupa, drummer, plays for final time with Benny Goodman Quartet

1973-09-26

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

1973-10-27

1st time Islanders beat Rangers-3-2

1973-10-30

The Bosporus Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey is completed, connecting the continents of Europe and Asia over the Bosporus for the first time.

1973-12-10

1st time since 1885, tennis has 2 top males (S Smith & J Connors)

1974-01-06

In response to the 1973 energy crisis, daylight saving time commences nearly four months early in the United States.

1974-02-02

The F-16 Fighting Falcon flies for the first time.

1974-02-06

3rd time Rangers shut-out Islanders 6-0

1974-06-26

The Universal Product Code is scanned for the first time to sell a package of Wrigley's chewing gum at the Marsh Supermarket in Troy, Ohio

1974-08-06

6th time Phils get just 1 assist in game; no other team did it twice

1974-10-08

Franklin National Bank collapses due to fraud and mismanagement; at the time it was the largest bank failure in the history of the United States.

1974-10-12

1st time Wash Caps are shutout as they are beat 6-0 by Minnesota

1974-10-28

1st time 2 Islanders hat trick in same game-MacMillian & Westfall

1974-11-02

78 die when the Time Go-Go Club in Seoul, South Korea burns down. Six of the victims jumped to their deaths from the seventh floor after a club official barred the doors after the fire started.

1974-11-12

A salmon is discovered in the River Thames, England, for the first time since 1833

1974-11-30

20th time Islanders shut-out (3-0 vs Canucks)

1975-02-23

In response to the energy crisis, daylight saving time commences nearly two months early in the United States.

1975-03-13

Bernard Slade's "Same Time, Next Year," premieres in NYC

1975-03-29

Only 2nd time Islanders beat Rangers

1975-05-04

Houston's Bob Watson scores baseball's one-millionth run of all time

1975-05-17

NBC paid $5M for rights to show "Gone with the Wind" one time

1975-06-09

UK House of Commons is broadcast live by radio for first time

1975-10-27

Covers of both Time & Newsweek picture rock singer Bruce Springsteen

1975-12-13

1st time Saturday Night Live uses a time delay (Richard Pryor hosts)

1975-12-16

1st broadcast of "One Day at a Time" on CBS TV

1975-12-17

1st time NY Islanders shut-out NY Rangers, 3-0-Billy Smith's 5th

1976-03-05

British pound falls below $2 for 1st time

1976-05-29

"One Piece At A Time" by Johnny Cash hits #29

1977-01-19

Snow falls in Miami, Florida. This is the only time in the history of the city that snowfall has occurred. It also fell in the Bahamas.

1977-02-06

4th time Rangers shut-out Islanders 4-0

1977-03-02

1st time Jay Leno appears on Tonight Show

1977-04-03

Netherlands/Belgium/Luxembourg adopt summer time

1977-05-29

Indianapolis 500: A J Foyt wins for a record 4th time

1977-06-18

Space Shuttle test model "Enterprise" carries a crew aloft for 1st time, It was fixed to a modified Boeing 747

1977-06-25

Roy C Sullivan of Va is struck by lightning for 7th time!

1977-06-27

Willie McCovey smashes 2 HRs in inning for 2nd time (Apr 12, 1973)

1977-10-18

1st Islander 0-0 tie-Kings at Nassau-25th time shutout-Resch's 15th

1978-01-11

Soyuz 27 links with Salyut 6 & Soyuz 26 (1st time 3 spacecraft link)

1978-01-18

Geoff Boycott captains England for the 1st time, v Pak Karachi

1978-02-08

Proceedings of the United States Senate are broadcast on radio for the first time.

1978-04-24

Angels Nolan Ryan strikes out 15 Mariners, 20th time he has 15 in game

1978-07-28

Price of gold tops $200-an-oz level for 1st time

1978-09-16

Yanks beat Red Sox for 6th time in 2 weeks, 3-2

1978-11-19

Gavaskar gets twin cricket tons for India for 2nd time

1979-01-02

Gavaskar gets twin tons for India for the third time (v WI)

1979-02-05

Costliest single periodical ad, $3.2 million, Gulf + Western in Time

1979-02-08

Denis Sassou-Nguesso became the President of the Republic of the Congo for the first time.

1979-06-09

Phillies wear burgundy uniforms for 1st & last time

1979-06-18

Billy Martin becomes Yankee manager (2nd time), replacing Bob Lemon

1979-09-24

Pete Rose reaches 200 hits in a season for 10th time

1979-10-22

"One Mo' Time" with Vernel Bagners premieres in NYC

1979-10-29

Billy Martin fired as Yankee manager (2nd time)

1979-11-25

Pat Summerall and John Madden broadcast a game together for the first time, a pairing that would last 22 years and become one of the most well-known partnerships in TV sportscasting history

1980-02-26

Egypt & Israel exchange ambassadors for 1st time

1980-03-03

Pierre Trudeau sworn in, for the second time, as the 17th Prime Minister of Canada

1980-03-06

Emmy 7th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 1st time

1980-05-05

Constantine Karamanlis is elected for the first time President of Greece.

1980-07-10

Alexandra Palace burnt down for a second time.

1980-10-21

1st (& only) time Phillies win World Series (in 98 years)

1980-11-04

Sadaharu Oh, 40, pro baseball's all-time HR run king with 868, retires

1981-01-04

"Red Right 88", trailing 14—12 with little time remaining the Browns chose to attempt an end zone pass play (Red Right 88) before trying for a game-winning field goal in the final minute, but the pass is intercepted by Raiders safety Mike Davis and Oakland wins

1981-01-12

Dynasty, a prime time soap opera inspired by Dallas, premieres on ABC

1981-01-21

Bernhard Goetz is assault for 1st time on a NY subway train

1981-03-19

-21] Emmy 8th Daytime Awards - Susan Lucci loses for 2nd time

1981-04-01

Daylight saving time is introduced in the USSR.

1981-06-05

Astro's Nolan Ryan passes Early Wynn as all-time walk leader (1,777)

1981-06-05

TODAY/PC runs for 1st time

1981-09-06

Bob Lemon named NY Yankee manager for 2nd time

1981-11-12

2nd shuttle mission-1st time spacecraft launched twice (Columbia 2)

1982-01-04

Golden Gate Bridge closed for 3rd time by fierce storm

1982-03-07

NCAA Tournament Selection televised live for 1st time

1982-04-26

Gene Michael becomes NY Yankee manager for 2nd time

1982-06-08

Emmy 9th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 3rd time

1982-06-23

-117°F; All time low at South Pole

1982-08-18

1st time NYSE tops 100 M figure, 132.69 M shares traded

1982-11-09

Sugar Ray Leonard retires for 1st time

1982-11-11

30th time Islanders shut-out-2-0 vs North Stars

1982-11-27

5th time Rangers shut-out Islanders 3-0

1982-12-06

Droppin Well bombing: 11 British soldiers and 6 civilians are killed by an Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) time bomb at the Droppin' Well Bar in Ballykelly, County Londonderry

1982-12-26

TIME's Man of the Year is a computer

1983-01-11

Billy Martin named NY Yankee manager for 3rd time

1983-01-17

Alabama Gov George C Wallace, becomes governor for record 4th time

1983-02-24

Dow Jones closes above 1100 mark for 1st time

1983-03-14

OPEC cut oil prices for 1st time in 23 years

1983-03-21

Only known typo on Time Magazine cover (control=contol), all recalled

1983-04-26

Dow Jones Industrial Avg breaks 1,200 for 1st time

1983-06-06

Emmy 10th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 4th time

1983-06-22

1st time a satellite is retrieved from orbit by Space Shuttle

1983-09-29

1st time Congress invokes War Powers Act

1983-12-16

Yogi Berra named Yankee manager for 2nd time

1984-01-19

Francesco Moser bicycles world record time: 50,808 km

1984-02-07

David (born without immunity system) at 12, touches mom for 1st time

1984-02-08

1st time 8 people in space

1984-03-09

John Lennon single "Borrowed Time" released posthumously

1984-04-05

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar breaks Wilt Chamberlain's all-time career scoring record of 31,419 points (31,421)

1984-04-06

1st time 11 people in space

1984-05-12

South African prisoner Nelson Mandela sees his wife for 1st time in 22 years

1984-06-04

Arnold Palmer fails to make US Open golf tournament 1st time in 32 yrs

1984-06-05

Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" becomes #1

1984-06-09

Cyndi Lauper's 1st #1 "Time After Times"

1984-06-10

US missile shoots down an incoming missile in space for first time

1984-06-27

Emmy 11th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 5th time

1984-09-20

Cubs break 2 million in home attendance for 1st time

1984-10-21

Niki Lauda becomes 3rd time motor racing world champ

1985-04-25

For 2nd time, Wayne Gretzky, scores 7 points in a Cup game (3 goals, 4 assists)

1985-04-28

Billy Martin named NY Yankee manager for 4th time

1985-05-20

Dow Jones industrial avg closes above 1300 for 1st time

1985-08-01

Emmy 12th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 6th time

1985-08-29

NY Yank Don Baylor is hit by a pitch for a record 190th time

1985-10-27

Billy Martin is fired by Yankees for 4th time

1985-11-19

US President Reagan & Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev meet for first time

1985-12-02

NFL QB legends Dan Marino and John Elway face each other for the first time, a 30-26 victory for the Dolphins (Marino 390 yards and 3 touchdowns)

1985-12-05

Dow Jones Industrial Average rose above 1,500 level for 1st time

1985-12-11

Dow Jones closes above 1,500 for 1st time (1,511.70)

1986-02-09

Marvin Johnson wins record 3rd time, light heavyweight boxing title

1986-06-05

SD Padre Steve Garvey ejected for 1st time

1986-06-29

Moses Mayekiso, who was the General Secretary of the Metal and Allied Workers Union (MAWU) and became a member of the South African Communist Party (SACP), is detained for a second time and spends several months in solitary cofinement

1986-07-17

Emmy 13th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 7th time

1986-08-12

Don Baylor gets hits by a pitch for a record 25th time in a season

1986-09-06

Jozef Pribilinec speed walking world record time (15,447k)

1986-11-15

2nd time Saturday Night Live uses a time delay (Sam Knison hosts)

1986-11-28

US Reagan administration exceeds SALT II arms limitations for 1st time

1986-12-31

Russian TU-144 flies for 1st time faster than sound

1987-01-08

Dow Jones closes above 2,000 for 1st time (2,002.25)

1987-02-05

Dow Jones avg closes above 2,200 for 1st time

1987-02-19

Anti-smoking ad airs for 1st time on TV, featuring Yul Brynner

1987-04-09

For 3rd time, Wayne Gretzky, scores 7 points (1 goal, 6 assists) in a Stanley Cup game and passes Jean Beliveau as all time playoff scoring champ

1987-06-30

Emmy 14th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 8th time

1987-07-12

1st time in 20 years a delegation from USSR lands in Israel

1987-07-17

Dow Jones closes above 2,500 (2,510.04) for 1st time

1987-08-17

Dow Jones Industrial Avg closes above 2,700 for 1st time (2,700.57)

1987-08-18

Philip Rush of NZ, set record for triple crossing English Channel his time 28:21, 10 hours faster than 1st man to do it

1987-08-29

Nolan Ryan passes the 200-strikeout barrier for record 11th time

1987-10-16

Dow Jones for 1st time falls more than 100 pts (108.35)

1987-10-19

Woody Woodward resigns as NY Yankee GM, Lou Piniella is named GM & Billy Martin is named NY Yankee manager for 5th & final time

1987-12-10

"Nightline" is seen in USSR for 1st time

1987-12-27

Steve Largent sets all-time NFL record for career catches when he catches his 752nd pass

1988-02-05

1st prime-time wrestling match in 30 yrs-Andre beats Hulk Hogan

1988-04-03

NJ Devils beat Blackhawks, 4-3 in OT to join playoffs for 1st time

1988-04-28

NJ Devils set all time playoff mark for penalty minutes

1988-06-13

45th time opposing pitchers hit HRS, Mark Davis (Padres)/Mike Krukow

1988-06-29

Emmy 15th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 9th time

1988-09-13

10th time, 4 players hit baseball major-league record grand slams

1988-10-07

Latvian flag raised in Riga for first time since annexation by USSR

1988-10-07

Lou Piniella is fired as manager of Yankees for 2nd time

1988-10-22

Elton John sells out Madison Square Garden for a record 26th time

1988-10-30

NY Jets finally beat Pittsburgh Steelers for 1st time

1988-11-30

Soviets stop jamming Radio Liberty; 1st time in 38 yrs

1988-12-14

US agrees to talk to Palestine Liberation Org (1st time in 13 yrs)

1989-01-21

Wayne Gretzky passes Marcel Dionne to become NHL's 2nd all time scorer

1989-01-29

Game-winning RBI, official statistic dropped after 9 years of use NY Mets Keith Hernandez is the all-time leader with 129

1989-05-14

1st time since 1948 a player hit 6 consecutive doubles (Kirby Puckett)

1989-05-19

Dow Jones Avg passes 2,500 mark for 1st time, closes at 2,501.1

1989-06-07

For one second this morning, the time is 01:23:45, 6-7-89

1989-06-29

Emmy 16th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 10th time

1989-07-21

Greg LeMond (US) wins Tour de France in fastest time

1989-07-23

FOX-TV tops ABC, NBC & CBS for 1st time (America's Most Wanted)

1989-09-25

Ronald Harwood's "Another Time" premieres in London

1989-09-29

Glenn Frey joins Don Henley on-stage (for 1st time since 1981)

1989-10-15

Wayne Gretzky passes Gordie Howes as NHL's all time top scorer

1989-12-18

"I Love Lucy" Christmas episode, shown for 1st time in over 30 years

1990-02-21

32nd Grammy Awards: Wind Beneath My Wings, Nick of Time wins

1990-02-27

No one elected to Hall of Fame for 2nd time in 3 years

1990-03-28

Michael Jordan scores 69 points, 4th time he scores 60 pts in a game

1990-04-19

Marla Maples appears on ABC's Prime-Time

1990-04-29

Dan Quisenberry (all-time AL save king, 238) announces his retirement

1990-05-12

3rd time Saturday Night Live uses time delay (Andrew Dice Clay hosts)

1990-05-14

46th time opposing pitchers hit HR, Valenzuela (Dodgers)/Gross (Expos)

1990-06-01

Detroit Pistons beat Trailblazers in Portland for 1st time since 1974

1990-06-06

For 2nd time this season, Cecil Fielder belts 3 home runs in a game

1990-06-10

Detroit Pistons beat Trailblazers for 1st time since 1974 in Portland

1990-06-12

Orioles Cal Ripken plays in his 1,308th consecutive game to move past Everett Scott into 2nd place on the all-time list

1990-06-28

Emmy 17th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 11th time

1990-06-29

A's Dave Stewart no-hits Blue Jays & Dodger's Fernando Valenzuela no-hits St Louis 6-0, 1st time no-hitters in both leagues

1990-08-03

For 3rd time in 1990 a no-hitter is broken up with 2 outs in 8th inning. Doug Drabek of Pitts still beats Phila 11-0

1990-09-10

1st time since 1966 that all 8 grand slam tennis champs are different

1990-09-10

1st time in NY Yankee history they are completely swept season series, Oakland A's beat them 12 games to 0

1990-09-29

The YF-22, which would later become the F-22 Raptor, flies for the first time.

1990-12-02

1st time 12 people in space

1990-12-05

Salman Rushdie, author, ordered to death by Iran for blasphemy, appears in public for 1st time in 2 years

1991-01-16

US & 27 allies attack Iraq for occupying Kuwait (US time)

1991-01-20

Matt Barr's field goal with no time left gives NY Giant 15-13 Victory over defending champs SF 49ers, for NFC title

1991-02-20

A gigantic statue of Albania's long-time dictator, Enver Hoxha, is brought down in the Albanian capital, Tirana, by mobs of angry protesters.

1991-04-17

Dow Jones closes above 3,000 for 1st time (3,004.46)

1991-05-01

A's Rickey Henderson steals an all time record 939th base vs Yanks

1991-06-07

Mount Pinatubo (Philippines) erupts for 1st time

1991-06-27

Emmy 18th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 12th time

1991-08-04

1st time Seattle Mariners are 9 games over .500

1991-08-08

The Warsaw radio mast, at one time the tallest construction ever built, collapses.

1991-09-27

President Bush decides to end full-time B-52 bombers alert

1991-09-28

"Good Time" by Ziggy Marley & Melody Makers peaks at #85

1991-10-09

"On Borrowed Time" opens at Circle in Sq Theater NYC for 99 perfs

1991-12-03

Hulk Hogan defeats Undertaker to become 4th time WWF champion

1991-12-28

Ted Turner is named Time Magazine Man of Year

1992-01-05

"On Borrowed Time" closes at Circle in Sq Theater NYC after 99 perfs

1992-04-12

NY Mets lose 1st 3 home games for 1st time since 1962

1992-04-20

Madonna signs $60-million deal with Time Warner

1992-05-13

3 astronauts simultaneous walked in space for the 1st time

1992-06-08

NY Yankee pitcher Steve Howe is banned from baseball for 7th time

1992-06-23

Emmy 19th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 13th time

1992-08-29

Randy Myers blows his 6th save of the season & it marks the 5th time he's blown a potential win for Greg Harris

1992-09-09

1st time Baltimore Orioles draw 3 million fans at home

1992-09-26

1st time a positional player pitches for NY Mets, Phil Pecota, in 19-2 lose to Pirates

1992-09-27

LA Dodgers for 1st time in history clinch last place

1992-10-04

1st time AL East & West champs have same record (96-66)-Tor & Oak

1992-10-31

Horse Racing Breeders' Cup Champs: A P Indy, Fraise, Gilded Time, Liza, Lure, Paseana, Thirty Slews at Gulfstream Park

1992-11-12

NY Yankee pitcher Steve Howe is reinstated for 8th time

1993-01-18

Martin Luther King Jr. holiday observed in all 50 states for 1st time

1993-04-30

Virgin Radio broadcasts for the first time in the United Kingdom.

1993-05-19

Dow Jones closes above 3,500 for 1st time (3,500.03)

1993-05-26

Emmy 20th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 14th time

1993-06-26

"Late Night with David Letterman" airs for last time on NBC-TV

1993-06-28

Carlton Fisk, 45, released by White Sox, as all time leader of most games caught & most HRs by a catcher

1993-07-17

Graeme Obree bicycles world record time, 51,596 km

1993-07-18

Graeme Obree bicycles world record time (51,596 K)

1993-08-04

Tony Gwynn gets 6 hits, 4th time in 1993 a Padre gets 5 or more hits

1993-08-15

Cindy Schreyer wins LPGA Sun-Time Challenge Golf Tournament

1993-08-15

NYC radio (WFAN) personality Don Imus' lung collapes for 2nd time

1993-09-12

Paul Molitor at 37 is oldest to reach 100 RBIs for 1st time in career

1993-09-18

Trailing 3-1 with 2 outs in 9th, time is called prior to Mike Stanley pop out, gets a 2nd chance, & Yanks rally to beat Boston 4-3

1993-10-06

Sydney Australia Stock Market index above 2000, for 1st time

1993-12-28

John Maclean passes Kirk Muller as all-time NJ Devils scorer (521 pts)

1994-01-24

Dow Jones closes above 3,900 for 1st time (3,914.48)

1994-03-28

BBC Radio Five Live broadcasts for first time in United Kingdom

1994-04-07

Vatican acknowledges Holocaust (Nazis killing Jews) for 1st time

1994-04-27

Graeme Obree bicycles world record time (52,713 km)

1994-09-02

Miguel Indurain bicycles world record time (53,040 km)

1994-10-22

Tony Rominger bicycles world record time (53,832 km)

1994-10-28

Japanese space probe Sakigake passes Earth for 3rd time

1994-11-05

Tony Rominger bicycles world record for distance covered in one hour for second time (55.291 km)

1994-12-31

This date is skipped altogether in Kiribati as the Phoenix Islands and Line Islands change time zones from UTC-11 to UTC+13 and UTC-10 to UTC+14, respectively.

1995-02-23

Dow Jones closes above 4,000 for 1st time (4,003.33)

1995-03-14

1st time 13 people in space

1995-05-19

Emmy 22nd Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 15th time

1995-05-23

47th time opposing pitchers hit HRS, K Foster (Cubs)/M Freeman (Rocks)

1995-08-06

Indians & Browns play in Cleveland on same day for 1st time ever both lose - Chicago 5, Indians 1; Giants 19, Browns 13 (exhibition)

1995-09-10

Browns & Indians, play simultaneous regular season games in Cleve for only time, Browns 22-6 over Tampa, Indians 5-3 over Orioles

1995-11-12

Marino breaks Tarkenton's NFL all-time passing yardage mark of 47,003

1995-11-13

"GoldenEye", starring Pierce Brosnan as James Bond for the first time, debuts

1995-11-21

Dow Jones closes above 5,000 for 1st time

1996-01-08

For 1st time in 25 years no one is elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1996-05-22

Emmy 23rd Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 16th time

1996-06-20

The Venezuelan Congress approves deals which allow foreign oil companies to explore and produce oil in Venezuela for the first time since the country's 1975 nationalization of the oil industry

1996-07-14

NY Yanks sweep complete season series in Baltimore for 1st time

1996-10-14

Dow Jones closes over 6,000 for 1st time (6,010)

1996-11-17

Time White and T. Assebework discover the first fossils of 2.5 million year old Australopithecus garhi, an ancestor on the human family tree, in Bouri, Middle Awash, Ethiopia

1997-04-13

48th time opposing pitchers hit HRS, Carlos Perez (Mon)/Darren Holmes

1997-04-13

Travis Fryman homers off R Hernandez in both games of double header 1st time since 1961 that 2 doubleheaders are played in the same city Giants vs Mets & Oakland A's vs Yankees in NY

1997-05-20

White Sox Frank Thomas reaches base safely for 15th straight time

1997-05-21

Emmy 24th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 17th time

1997-05-28

Wallace Berg, 42, is 4th American to scale Mt Everest for 3rd time

1997-07-21

The fully restored USS Constitution (aka "Old Ironsides") celebrates her 200th birthday, setting sail for the first time in 116 years.

1997-08-16

For only 2nd time Stanley Cup leaves North America (heads to Russia)

1997-09-30

1st time 3 cons HRs in post season-Raines, Jeter, O'Neill (NY Yankees)

1997-10-31

British au pair Louise Woodward, 19, sentenced to life for the death of Matthew Eappen 8½ months (judge changes to time served)

1997-11-10

Artist Peter Max pleads guilty to tax fraud & time served

1997-11-27

Lions' Barry Sanders becomes NFL's 2nd all-time rusher

1997-12-24

1st time a Channukah candle is officially lit in Vatican City

1997-12-25

For 1st time US movie box office receipts pass $6 billion

1997-12-31

More Swedes died than were born in 1997, 1st time since 1809

1998-01-15

Dino Ciccarelli is traded for the fourth time, from the Tampa Bay Lightning to the Florida Panthers

1998-01-22

Rickey Henderson, rejoins Oakland A's for 4th time

1998-03-06

1st time the British flag is flown over Buckingham Palace

1999-03-24

Kosovo War: NATO commences air bombardment against Yugoslavia, marking the first time NATO has attacked a sovereign country.

1999-03-29

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes at 10006.78 - above the 10,000 mark for the first time ever.

1999-05-03

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes above 11,000 for the first time in its history at 11,014.70.

1999-05-03

Stephen Hendry defeats Mark Williams 18-11 to win the World Snooker Championship for a record seventh time.

1999-06-02

The Bhutan Broadcasting Service brings television transmissions to the Kingdom for the first time.

1999-08-09

Russian President Boris Yeltsin fires his Prime Minister, Sergei Stepashin, and for the fourth time fires his entire cabinet.

1999-08-26

Michael Johnson breaks the 400 metres world record with a time of 43.18 seconds.

2000-03-06

Long-time Boston Bruin defenseman Ray Bourque is traded to the Colorado Avalanche

2000-03-23

Joe Sakic records his 400th career goal and becomes the Quebec Nordiques/Colorado Avalanche all-time leading point scorer

2000-07-20

In Zimbabwe, Parliament opens its new session and seats opposition members for the first time in a decade.

2001-01-09

ABC-TV deputs "The Mole" for the first time

2001-05-03

The United States loses its seat on the U.N. Human Rights Commission for the first time since the commission was formed in 1947.

2001-05-24

The Democrats gain control of the U.S. Senate for the first time since 1994 when Senator James Jeffords of Vermont abandons the Republican Party and declares himself an independent.

2001-07-19

Michael Brunet discovers the skull of Sahelanthropus tchadensis, thought to be the oldest known species in the human family tree, in the Djurab Desert, Chad. It lived 6-7 million years ago, about the same time as the last common ancestor to apes and humans.

2001-09-12

Article V of the NATO agreement is invoked for the first and only time in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks against the United States of America.

2001-09-17

Major trading markets in the United States, including the New York Stock Exchange and the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), reopen for the first time since September 11

2002-01-06

Daniel Bedingfield returns to No.1 on the UK singles chart for the second time with Gotta Get Thru This

2002-01-21

The Canadian Dollar sets all-time low against the US Dollar (US$0.6179).

2002-02-17

'Always On Time' by R&B artist Ja Rule featuring Ashanti starts a two-week run at No.1 on the US singles chart.

2002-10-27

The ITV Network aired a constant regional service for the last time in England and Wales, but LWT lost its identity completely. All companies (except UTV, Channel, Scottish TV & Grampian TV) formed the national ITV1 with regional references only before regional programmes.

2002-12-23

A MQ-1 Predator is shot down by an Iraqi MiG-25, making it the first time in history that an aircraft and an unmanned drone had engaged in combat.

2003-02-16

Michael Waltrip wins motor racing's Daytona 500 after rain stops the race for a second time at lap 109

2003-02-21

Bill Maher's political talk show "Real Time with Bill Maher" debuts on HBO

2003-05-23

The Euro exceeds its initial trading value as it hits $1.18 for the first time since its introduction in 1999.

2003-07-15

AOL Time Warner disbands Netscape Communications Corporation. The Mozilla Foundation is established on the same day.

2003-08-10

The highest temperature ever recorded in the UK - 38.5°C (101.3°F) in Kent . It is the first time the UK has recorded a temperature over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

2004-02-01

Janet Jackson's breast is exposed during the half-time show of Super Bowl XXXVIII, resulting in US broadcasters adopting a stronger adherence to FCC censorship guidelines.

2004-03-12

Roh Moo-hyun, President of South Korea is impeached by its national assembly for the first time in the nation's history.

2004-04-13

Barry Bonds hits his 661st career home run, passing Willie Mays on the all-time list

2004-08-15

Bay of Plenty win Rugby Union's Ranfurly shield for the first time in the shield's 102 year history and after 28 unsuccessful challenges. They defeated Auckland. 33-26

2004-10-27

The Boston Red Sox win the World Series for the first time in 86 years

2004-11-30

Longtime Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings of Salt Lake City, Utah finally loses, leaving him with $2,520,700 USD, television's all-time biggest game show haul.

2005-02-16

2004-05 NHL season is canceled by league commissioner Gary Bettman. This was the first time that a North American professional sports league had to cancel a season due to a labor dispute

2005-03-03

Mayerthorpe Incident: James Roszko murders four Royal Canadian Mounted Police constables during a drug bust at his property in Rochfort Bridge, Alberta, then commits suicide. It is the deadliest peace-time incident for the RCMP since 1885 and the North-West Rebellion.

2005-09-08

Two EMERCOM Il-76 aircraft land at a disaster aid staging area at Little Rock Air Force Base; the first time Russia has flown such a mission to North America.

2005-11-17

Italy's choice of national anthem, Il Canto degli Italiani, becomes official in law for the first time, almost 60 years after it was provisionally chosen following the birth of the republic.

2006-03-01

Tarja Halonen is inaugurated as President of Finland for the second and last time.

2006-05-27

The May 2006 Java earthquake strikes at 5:53:58 AM local time (22:53:58 UTC May 26) devastating Bantul and the city of Yogyakarta killing over 6,600 people.

2006-05-28

Barry Bonds hits his 715th career home run, passing Babe Ruth on the all-time list

2006-07-30

World's longest running music show Top of the Pops is broadcast for the last time on BBC Two. The show had aired for 42 years.

2007-05-04

The Scottish National Party wins the Scottish general election and becomes the largest party in the Scottish Parliament for the first time ever.

2007-05-17

Trains from North and South Korea cross the 38th Parallel in a test-run agreed by both governments. This is the first time that trains have crossed the Demilitarized Zone since 1953.

2007-05-25

The Ostankino Tower in Moscow catches fire for the second time.

2007-10-09

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes at an all-time high.

2008-01-08

Joe Gibbs retires, for the second time, as head coach of the Washington Redskins

2008-03-13

Gold prices on the New York Mercantile Exchange hit $1,000.00 an ounce for the first time.

2008-06-27

Bill Gates steps down as Chairman of Microsoft Corporation to work full time for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

2008-07-28

The historic Weston-super-Mare Grand Pier burns down for a second time in 80 years.

2008-09-25

The "Celtic Tiger" slides into recession for the first time in over two decades, recording a 0.5% fall in second quarter GDP, following a 0.3% decline in the first quarter; its last recession in 1983 saw thousands of people leave Ireland to seek work overseas

2008-11-13

Germany's economy, Europe's largest , contracted by 0.5% in the third quarter after GDP fell 0.4% in the second quarter, putting it in recession for the first time in five years

2008-11-14

Eurozone officially slips into recession for the first time since its creation in 1999, pushed down by recessions in Germany and Italy

2008-11-28

Canada remains the only OECD country out of the recession at this time

2008-12-28

The Detroit Lions finished the season 0-16 with a 31-21 lost to the Green Bay Packers The first time in National Football League history that a team went winless in a 16-game season.

2009-01-01

The government of the Republic of China adopts Hanyu Pinyin as its official Chinese romanization (before this time, the most commonly used was Tongyong Pinyin.

2009-02-13

Unix time passed 1,234,567,890 seconds February 13, 2009 at exactly 23:31:30 (UTC).

2010-12-19

"Miracle at the New Meadowlands", trailing the New York Giants by 21 points with under eight minutes to play in the 4th quarter, the Philadelphia Eagles score four unanswered touchdowns in the final seven minutes and 28 seconds of play, including the final score, a dramatic walk-off punt returned for a touchdown by DeSean Jackson as time expires

2011-09-20

The United States ends its "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, allowing gay men and women to serve openly for the first time.

2012-04-16

For the first time since 1977 no Pulitzer Prize is awarded for fiction

2012-05-05

Japan shuts down its nuclear reactors leaving the country without nuclear power for the first time since 1970

2012-05-13

Manchester City win the English Premier League for the first time

2012-06-24

Female athletes will be allowed to compete for Saudi Arabia at the Olympics for the first time

2012-08-06

Mount Tongariro, New Zealand, erupts for the first time in a century

2012-11-16

'Call of Duty: Black Ops 2' grosses $500 million in 24 hours to become the biggest entertainment launch of all time

2013-03-05

The Dow Jones surpasses its 2007 pre-financial crisis levels for the first time

2013-03-13

The European Parliament rejects a European Union budget for the first time

2013-07-22

Mike Babcock is named head coach of Team Canada for the second team, this time for the 2014 Winter Olympics (they would repeat as gold medalists)

2013-09-22

65th Prime time Emmy Awards: Breaking Bad and Modern Family win

2013-11-17

Jimmie Johnson wins the NASCAR Sprint Cup for the sixth time

2013-11-27

Tiger Woods is named PGA Tour's player of the year for the 11th time

2013-11-27

"Frozen", the highest-grossing animated film of all time, starring Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell, is released

2013-12-11

Pope Francis is named Time magazine's person of the year

2014-02-06

Jay Leno ends his time on The Tonight Show

2014-02-24

Pope Francis creates a second Secretariat with the power to audit any Vatican agency at any time

2014-07-13

Germany defeats Argentina 1-0 in extra time to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final

2014-09-28

The European Team wins the Ryder Cup for the third straight time

2014-10-01

Canadian freestyle skier and two-time Olympic gold medalist Alexandre Bilodeau retires at 27

2015-04-23

Chile's Calbuco volcano erupts for first time in more than 40 years

2015-12-09

TIME names German leader Angela Merkel its Person of the Year

2015-12-12

Polls open in Saudi Arabia, first time women allowed to vote

2016-01-07

Pat Harrington, Schneider on 'One Day at a Time,' dead at 86

2016-03-04

North Korea leader orders military to be ready to use nuclear weapons at any time

2016-03-14

Rafael Nadal: 14-time Grand slam champion to sue over doping claims

2016-04-27

Apple revenue falls for first time since 2003

2016-05-02

US cruise ship travels to Cuba for first time in decades

2016-05-23

Peace Corps Coming to Vietnam for First Time

2016-07-06

Clinton campaigns for first time with Obama hours after FBI announcement

2016-08-17

Gymnastics: China misses gold for first time in more than 30 years

2016-08-26

Pujols Reaches 100 RBIs for 13th Time, Angels Beat Jays 6-3

2016-10-28

World Series returns to Wrigley for first time in 71 years

2016-11-03

Cubs win World Series for first time since 1908

2016-11-06

LeBron James becomes NBA's No. 10 all-time scorer, Cavs remain undefeated

2017-03-22

USA beats Japan, reaches World Baseball Classic final for the first time

2017-04-14

US unleashes 'mother of all bombs' for first time in Afghanistan

2017-05-31

Pentagon successfully tests ICBM defense system for first time

2017-07-07

All eyes on Trump-Putin dynamics as they meet for first time at G20

2017-11-21

Justice Department suing AT&T to block purchase of Time Warner

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Time - Notable Birthdays

Molla MalloryMar 6, 1884

Elizabeth RyanFeb 5, 1891

Leo DiegelApr 27, 1899

Denny ShuteOct 25, 1904

George MikanJun 18, 1924

Rod TaylorJan 11, 1930

Wilt ChamberlainAug 21, 1936

Kathy WhitworthSep 27, 1939

Dave StocktonNov 2, 1941

raymond floydSep 4, 1942

Robert CrumbAug 30, 1943

Donna CaponiJan 29, 1945

Larry NelsonSep 10, 1947

Ian BothamNov 24, 1955

Bill MaherJan 20, 1956

Larry BirdDec 7, 1956

Nick FaldoJul 18, 1957

Bernhard LangerAug 27, 1957

Whitney HoustonAug 9, 1963

Michael SchumacherJan 3, 1969

Emmitt SmithMay 15, 1969

Matthew McConaugheyNov 4, 1969

Phil MickelsonJun 16, 1970

Mariah CareyMar 27, 1971

ShakiraFeb 2, 1977

Britney SpearsDec 2, 1981

Justin BieberMar 1, 1994

Time - Birthdays
Date Event
1533-02-28

Michel de Montaigne, The Time of Love

1616-10-02

Andreas Gryphius, Meditation on Time

1651-08-06

Francois Fenelon, France, writer (Playing for Time)

1700-01-29

Daniel Bernoulli, Basel Switz, mathematician (10 time French award)

1802-02-11

Lydia Maria Child, Shining Time Station: 'Tis a Gift

1804-03-08

Alvan Clark, Ashfield Massachusetts, American Astronomer and maker of the Dearborn Observatory telescope, Old University of Chicago, the largest telescope in the world at the time

1813-03-07

Judocus Smits, Dutch Catholic newspaper pioneer/founder (The Time)

1825-04-25

Charles Ferdinand Dowd, US, standardized time zones

1827-01-07

Sir Sandford Fleming, Scottish-Canadian engineer; introduced Universal Standard Time (d. 1915)

1830-05-15

Martinus W van der Aa, author/Dutch head-editor (The Time)

1837-06-22

Paul Morphy, New Orleans, greatest chess player of all time (1857-61)

1856-07-28

Kate Phillips, The Sands of Time

1859-9-16

Jules Hanft, One-Thing-At-a-Time O'Day

1862-06-27

May Irwin, US comedienne/singer (Hot Time in the Old Town)

1865-12-25

Fay Templeton, The March of Time

1871-07-10

Marcel Proust, Marcel Proust's Time Regained

1874-04-22

Viktor Haak, Gay Old Time

1874-05-11

George Grossmith, The Time Machine

1874-08-04

Dora Dean, Time Lock No. 776

1874-12-28

Carl Winterhoff, The Sands of Time

1875-05-23

Alfred P. Sloan, American long-time president and chairman of General Motors (d. 1966)

1876-02-24

Victor Moore, Swing Time

1876-08-28

F.D. Marchetti, Small Time Crooks

1877-01-12

Maude Nugent, The Time Machine

1877-03-18

Clem Hill, cricketer (all-time great Australian batsman)

1878-03-28

Herbert Lehman, The March of Time: Volume 3, Number 11

1878-07-24

Lord Dunsany, [Edward JMD Plunkett], Irish sci-fi writer (Time & Gods)

1882-02-15

Lew Hearn, Big Time Charlie

1882-11-20

Andy Coakley, baseball player and long-time coach at Columbia University (d. 1963)

1883-08-17

Will E. Dulmage, Night Time in Nevada

1884-03-06

Molla Mallory, Mosvik Norway, Tennis player (eight-time U.S. Open champion)

1884-06-18

Édouard Daladier, Munich or Peace in Our Time

1884-9-05

Yelizaveta Time, Les

1885-10-02

Ruth Bryan Owen, Once Upon a Time

1886-03-21

Harmon MacGregor, Tides of Time

1886-04-14

Albin Erlandzon, Gay Old Time

1886-12-06

Joyce Kilmer, Melody Time

1887-04-15

Violet Bonham Carter, Munich or Peace in Our Time

1887-04-22

Mir Jam, Love Isn't Always on Time

1887-06-12

Richard Lancaster, Big Time Charlie

1887-06-13

André Francois-Poncet, Munich or Peace in Our Time

1887-07-29

Sigmund Romberg, Nagykanizsa Hungary, operetta composer (Blossom Time)

1888-07-06

Cecil Copping, Lilac Time

1888-08-02

Oscar Rasbach, Melody Time

1888-11-21

Bud Murray, Time Out for Lessons

1888-12-05

Richard W. Pascoe, Night Time in Nevada

1889-03-08

Rosario Bourdon, Cherry Blossom Time in Japan

1889-04-07

Gabriela Mistral, Time of the Angels

1889-07-23

Georges Bonnet, Munich or Peace in Our Time

1889-09-26

Martin Heidegger, Germany, Existentialist (Being & Time)

1889-11-17

Nell Franzen, Time and Tide

1889-9-21

Leonard Plugge, Munich or Peace in Our Time

1890-04-13

Jock McGraw, A Time of Innocence

1891-01-15

Osip E Mandelstam, Warsaw Poland, Russian poet (Noise of Time)

1891-02-05

Elizabeth Ryan, Anaheim California, doubles tennis champ (6 time Wimbled)

1892-01-10

Dumas Malone, Miss, historian (Jefferson & His Time)

1892-04-19

Germaine Tailleferre, Time Out for Love

1892-06-15

Gene Stone, Time to Expire

1892-9-28

Ruth Stonehouse, A Walloping Time

1893-12-31

Frank Titterton, Waltz Time

1894-11-24

Herbert Sutcliffe, cricketer (all-time great opening batsman for Engl)

1896-03-16

Conrad Nagel, Keokuk Iowa, actor (Celebrity Time)

1896-06-16

William Fitzgerald Jenkins, author (Time Tunnel, Land of Giants)

1896-07-02

Hubert Masarík, Munich or Peace in Our Time

1898-04-03

Henry R Luce, Tengchow China, publisher (Time, Fortune, Life)

1899-04-27

Leo Diegel, Detroit Michigan, American golfer (two-time PGA Champion)

1900-01-01

Erwin S. Gelsey, Swing Time

1901-07-28

Rudy Vallee, Vt, singer (Vagabond Dreams, My Time Is Your Time)

1901-08-15

Arias Arnulfo, 3 time president of Panama (1940-41, 49-51, 68)

1901-11-17

Joyce Wethered, Surrey England, golfer (4 time British Amateur champ)

1902-02-12

Hortense Alden, Time for You and Time for Me

1904-04-11

Paul McGrath, Chicago IL, actor (Witness, No Time for Love)

1904-07-04

Molly Keane, Time After Time

1904-10-25

[Herman] Denny Shute, Cleveland Ohio, American golfer and three-time major champion

1905-01-02

Michael Kemp Tippett, English composer/conductor (Child of our Time)

1905-03-27

Hal Kemp, Small Time Crooks

1905-9-16

Mildred Gover, Day-Time Wife

1906-03-03

Artur Lundkvist, Time of Desire

1906-03-03

Rose Hacker, The Time of Their Lives

1906-06-06

Paolo Stoppa, Once Upon a Time in the West

1906-07-23

Clancy Cooper, A Time to Love and a Time to Die

1906-10-30

Giuseppe Farina, Italian race car driver and one-time F1 world champion (d. 1966)

1906-11-02

Peggy Conklin, Having Wonderful Time

1906-11-16

Dan Dowling, Lilac Time

1907-02-25

Shimen Rushkin, Poland, actor (Beau Brummel, Having a Wonderful Time)

1907-04-12

Hardie Gramatky, Melody Time

1907-05-01

Kate Smith, Once Upon a Time in America

1907-06-18

Homer Garrett, A Time to Die

1907-07-04

Helen Jones Carter, A Labyrinth of Time

1907-08-08

George Cormack, Big Time Operators

1907-11-14

Alec Morton, Bid Time Return

1907-11-23

Walter Brand, Munich or Peace in Our Time

1908-01-05

George Dolenz, The Last Time I Saw Paris

1908-01-11

Lionel Stander, Once Upon a Time in the West

1908-01-19

Robert Fontaine, The Happy Time

1908-06-28

Norman Lewis, The Time Traveller

1908-07-25

Kathryn Eames, Time for Elizabeth

1908-08-31

William Saroyan, US, novelist/playwright (Time of Your Life)

1908-10-14

Ruth Hale, In Time of Need

1908-12-10

Olivier Messiaen, Quartet for the End of Time

1908-12-23

Yousuf Karsh, Yousuf Karsh: A Moment in Time

1909-03-07

Cosmo Sardo, Same Time, Next Year

1909-04-09

Robert Helpmann, Mount Gambier, Australia, actor/dancer (Second Time Lucky, The Red Shoes)

1909-05-30

George Headley, cricketer, Panama (all-time great WI batsman)

1909-07-04

Alec Templeton, It's Alec Templeton Time

1909-07-12

Joey Faye, Once Upon a Time in America

1909-07-16

Robert Cannon, Melody Time

1909-08-26

Jim Davis, The Day Time Ended

1909-10-07

Shura Cherkassky, So Little Time

1909-10-25

Whit Bissel, NYC, actor (Time Machine, General Kirk-Time Tunnel)

1909-10-25

Paul Draper, The Time of Your Life

1909-11-08

Mary Wiggins, No Time for Love

1909-11-25

Sydney Smith, No Time for Sergeants

1910-01-13

Julien Verdier, Muriel, or The Time of Return

1910-06-18

Ray McKinley, Fort Worth Tx, orchestra leader/drummer (Glenn Miller Time)

1910-07-06

Dorothy Kirsten, Montclair NJ, soprano (Time to Sing, Chevy Show)

1910-07-10

Grace Kuhn, Somewhere in Time

1910-07-18

Charles LaVere, George Burns in the Big Time

1910-11-18

Elizabeth Hiscott, The Time of His Life

1911-01-03

Al Sack, Melody Time

1911-03-06

Otto W. Jensen, One More Time

1911-03-06

Lorraine Fielding, This Time for Keeps

1911-03-11

Alan Gifford, Boston MA, actor (Time Lock, Up Periscope)

1911-04-02

Eunice Wilson, No Time for Romance

1911-05-17

Walter Chotzen, A Long Time Ago

1911-07-09

John Wheeler, A Brief History of Time

1911-08-13

Claude Sainval, Muriel, or The Time of Return

1911-10-12

Vijay Merchant, cricketer (all-time great Indian batsman)

1911-10-17

Mikhail Druyan, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1911-11-05

Roy Rogers, Melody Time

1911-12-31

Constance Edney, It's Christmas Time in the City

1911-9-30

Ruth Gruber, Ahead of Time: The Extraordinary Journey of Ruth Gruber

1912-01-23

Susan French, Somewhere in Time

1912-02-17

Andre Norton, Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time

1912-03-15

Jean-Pierre Kérien, Muriel, or The Time of Return

1912-03-18

Orin Jannings, A Time to Love and a Time to Die

1912-04-06

Ted Mossman, Till the End of Time

1912-07-26

Buddy Clark, Melody Time

1912-10-15

Nellie Lutcher, Girl Time

1912-10-30

Preston Lockwood, Time Bandits

1912-12-11

Micky Burn, Jeremy Clarkson: Greatest Raid of All Time

1913-01-20

Joy Hathaway, Ahead of His Time

1913-02-17

David Duncan, The Time Machine

1913-04-04

Frances Langford, Lakeland Fla, singer (Armed Forces Hour, Star Time)

1913-05-26

Rena Case, The Time of Your Life

1913-07-23

Coral Browne, Melbourne Aust, actress (Margaret-Time Express)

1913-08-01

Arthur Tell, Ahead of His Time

1913-08-13

Kurt Kasznar, The Last Time I Saw Paris

1913-08-13

Jack Fina, Melody Time

1913-08-31

Austin McCoy, No Time for Romance

1914-01-01

Henry Berman, Swing Time

1914-02-09

Ralph Herman, Milwaukee Wisc, orchestra leader (Circus Time)

1914-04-13

Hyde Clayton, The Time Machine

1914-05-06

Howard Whitman, 1933: Time of the Monster

1914-06-22

Cy Strange, Journey Through Time: The Human Story

1914-06-28

Ballard Harris, Slow Time

1914-07-02

Frederick Fennell, Cleveland Ohio, conductor (Time & Winds)

1914-07-05

Gerda Gilboe, A Time for Anna

1914-07-25

Woody Strode, Once Upon a Time in the West

1914-08-03

John Cazabon, Once Upon a Time

1914-08-14

Jean G. Valentino, Time Enough at Last

1914-10-13

Louis B. Appleton Jr., It's Christmas Time in the City

1914-10-22

Miguel Macía, Time to Die

1914-10-30

Marion Ladewig, Mich, bowler (9 time woman bowler of year 1950-63)

1914-11-23

[Arthur] Wilson "Bob" Tucker, US, sci-fi author (Time Masters)

1914-12-02

Bill Erwin, The Land Before Time

1914-12-16

Shirley Wolford, A Time for Killing

1915-01-31

Bobby Hackett, Providence RI, trumpeteer/orchestra leader (Air Time '57)

1915-02-20

Danuta Szaflarska, Time to Die

1915-02-28

Lee Castle, Artie Shaw: Time Is All You've Got

1915-05-18

John Shelton, The Time of Their Lives

1915-07-04

Jimmie Rogers, Detroit Mich, singer (Sugar Hill Time)

1915-08-15

A.K. Hangal, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1915-11-04

James Hyland, Through the Time Barrier

1915-11-05

Eva Wolas, Ain't No Time for Glory

1915-12-16

Georgy Sviridov, Soviet neoromantic composer (The Blizzard, Time, Forward!)

1915-12-28

Richard Joy, Ain't No Time for Glory

1915-9-13

Alan Bromly, The Time Warrior: Part One

1915-9-15

Robert Shaw, Time After Time

1916-01-01

Russell C. Menzer, When Time Ran Out...

1916-04-12

Russell Garcia, The Time Machine

1916-04-26

Virgil Trucks, Birmingham, Alabama, MLB picther (two-time All Star), (d. 2013)

1916-05-15

Bill Williams, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Starlit Time, Date With the Angels)

1916-05-21

Dennis Day, Melody Time

1916-07-07

Klaus Landsberg, Time for Beany

1916-08-12

Gene Warren, The Time Machine

1916-08-31

Danny Litwhiler, Signs of the Time

1916-10-28

Jessie Kesson, Another Time, Another Place

1916-11-08

Luana Strode, Once Upon a Time in the West

1917-01-04

Loren Brown, Time Out for Trouble

1917-04-09

Rolf Kauka, Once Upon a Time

1917-04-12

Vinoo Mankad, cricketer (India's greatest all-rounder to his time)

1917-05-29

Leslie Gilliat, Big Time Operators

1917-05-30

Peter Leeds, The Last Time I Saw Paris

1917-08-02

Wah Chang, The Time Machine

1917-09-20

Fernando Rey, [Arambillet], La Coruna Spain, actor (Matter of Time)

1917-10-24

John Alvin, Somewhere in Time

1917-10-30

Bobby Bragan, Signs of the Time

1917-12-28

Moya Fenwick, It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time

1917-12-29

Tom Bradley, Nick of Time

1918-01-06

William Cayton, A Journey to the Beginning of Time

1918-02-26

James Cannon, Time and Chance: Gerald Ford's Appointment with History

1918-03-08

Mike Gendel, Once Upon a Time in America

1918-07-06

Sebastian Cabot, London, actor (Mr French-Family Affair, Time Machine)

1918-08-31

Reginald Beane, The Time of Your Life

1918-11-03

Bob Feller, Signs of the Time

1918-12-10

Robert Taplett, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1918-9-02

Fania Fénelon, Playing for Time

1919-02-04

Raymond Baillet, Papa Beaver's Story Time

1919-02-07

Jock Mahoney, A Time to Love and a Time to Die

1919-02-08

Buddy Morrow, Skylarkin' Time

1919-02-14

David A. Kyle, Time Machine: Fantastic Voyage - The Evolution of Science Fiction

1919-04-19

John Hughman, Time Bandits

1919-04-28

James 'Ike' Altgens, Beyond the Time Barrier

1919-07-10

Rusty Gill, St Louis Mo, singer (Polka Time)

1919-07-31

Henri-François Rey, No Time for Ecstasy

1919-10-05

Bela Jurdová, Today for the Last Time

1919-11-19

Alan Young, England, actor (Time Machine, Wilbur Post-Mr Ed)

1919-11-19

Alan Young, The Time Machine

1920-02-14

Albert Barillé, Once Upon a Time... Man

1920-05-09

William Tenn, Time in Advance

1920-05-10

Ruth Enders, Ahead of His Time

1920-05-30

Munemaru Kôda, The Time of Battle Has Come! The Move Is the Sincere Shaolin Fist

1920-05-31

Robert Huke, Doing Time

1920-06-04

Marion Motley, NFL running back (all-time leading AAFC rusher)

1920-06-10

Zbynek Vostrák, Today for the Last Time

1920-07-08

Robert Panara, Signs of the Time

1920-07-14

Julio De Grazia, Time for Revenge

1920-10-27

Nanette Fabray, San Diego California, actress (Katherine-One Day at a Time)

1920-11-13

Jack Elam, Once Upon a Time in the West

1920-11-24

Dorothy Kingston, The First Time We Met

1921-02-10

Nelson Wolford, A Time for Killing

1921-03-01

Thore Segelström, A Time in the Sun

1921-05-10

Erle C. Cocke, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1921-08-25

Edwin H. Simmons, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1921-11-03

Charles Bronson, Once Upon a Time in the West

1921-11-10

Opal Vils, Somewhere in Time

1921-12-30

Rashid Karami, Lebanon, 10 time PM: 1955..87 of Lebanon

1922-02-08

William L. Cooper Jr., Time of the Apes

1922-03-14

Colin Fletcher, author (Walking Through Time)

1922-04-04

Nanette Parks, The Time of Your Life

1922-04-17

Paul T. Smith, Like an Old Time Movie

1922-07-26

Jason Robards, Once Upon a Time in the West

1922-10-26

Don Melvoin, Somewhere in Time

1922-11-16

Gillie Potter, Biggles: Adventures in Time

1922-12-12

Terry O'Neill, Time for Terry

1923-01-17

Carol Raye, Waltz Time

1923-03-04

Patrick Moore, Time Lord

1923-03-11

A Louise Brough Clapp, Oklahoma, tennis player (4 time Wimbledon champ)

1923-04-01

Ingrid Östergren, Gay Old Time

1923-04-28

Peter Kass, Time of the Heathen

1923-05-07

Jane Barrett, Time, Gentlemen, Please!

1923-07-16

Keith McConnell, Time After Time

1923-08-25

Mac Hyman, No Time for Sergeants

1923-09-28

Fred Robbins, Balt Md, DJ (Coke Time with Eddie Fisher, Robbins Nest)

1923-11-17

Bert Sutcliffe, cricketer (all-time great NZ left-handed bat)

1923-9-08

Leonardo Benvenuti, Once Upon a Time in America

1923-9-25

Martha Schlamme, Playing for Time

1924-01-07

Roloff Beny, Alberta, painter/photographer (A Time of Gods)

1924-01-22

Bengt Lindström, A Time to Love and a Time to Die

1924-02-23

Lejaren A. Hiller Jr., Time of the Heathen

1924-03-28

Allan Manings, One Day at a Time

1924-04-17

Kevin Lindsay, The Time Warrior: Part Two

1924-04-21

Clara Ward, A Time to Sing

1924-06-06

Louis Cha, Ashes of Time

1924-06-18

George Mikan, Joliet Illinois, NBA center (6-time all-pro)

1924-07-21

Raisa Frichinskaya, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1924-08-17

Richard Kinon, The Joker Is Mild/Take My Granddaughter, Please/First Time Out

1924-08-20

Joya Sherrill, Time for Joya!

1924-08-27

Paolo Piffarerio, Once Upon a Time

1924-10-22

Erik Borge, A Handful of Time

1924-11-14

Rohini Bhate, Time and Space

1924-12-02

Alexander Haig, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1924-12-20

William Wyrick, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1924-12-26

Frank Broyles, American athlete, long time athletic director of the University of Arkansas.

1925-01-19

Henry Gray, Time Brings About a Change... A Floyd Dixon Celebration

1925-03-15

Herbert Otto, Time of the Storks

1925-03-17

Gabriele Ferzetti, Once Upon a Time in the West

1925-03-17

Enrico Medioli, Once Upon a Time in America

1925-04-03

Åke Falck, A Time in the Sun

1925-05-05

Jane Howard, Straight Time

1925-05-26

Juana Bacallao, Los Zafiros: Music from the Edge of Time

1925-06-19

Roberto Maccari, Time for Revenge

1925-06-27

Lucilla Mussini, Muriel, or The Time of Return

1925-07-26

Walter Nicks, A Time for Laughter: A Look at Negro Humor in America

1925-08-07

Vladimir Zarubin, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1925-11-20

June Christy, It's Been a Long Long Time

1926-01-14

Frank Aletter, Long Island NY, actor (Mac-It's About Time, Tom-Nancy)

1926-02-04

John Hearne, The Trial of a Time Lord: Part Eight

1926-02-08

Neal Cassady, The Last Time I Committed Suicide

1926-02-20

Whitney Blake, One Day at a Time

1926-03-21

Henry Djanik, Time Masters

1926-03-23

Martha Wright, Celebrity Time

1926-04-12

Piero De Bernardi, Once Upon a Time in America

1926-05-31

Carl Bernard, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

1926-07-01

Hans Werner Henze, Muriel, or The Time of Return

1926-07-13

Arne Ragneborn, No Time for Shame

1926-07-29

Don Carter, bowler, 6-time Bowler of Year (1953-54, 57-58, 60-61)

1926-07-29

Donald Carter, St Louis, Missouri, professional bowler, six-time bowler of the year, (d. 2012)

1926-10-10

James E. Stewart, Light Time

1926-10-13

Arne Lamberth, The Young Have No Time

1926-11-18

Dennis Sciama, A Brief History of Time

1927-01-26

Marilyn Burtis, The Last Time I Saw Archie

1927-02-18

Shaun O'Riordan, Escape Through a Crack in Time: Part 1

1927-03-06

Gabriel García Márquez, Love in the Time of Cholera

1927-03-07

Coriolano Gori, Massacre Time

1927-03-16

Dutch Miller, Once Upon a Time in America

1927-03-23

Violeta Antier, Homage at Siesta Time

1927-04-02

Billy Pierce, pitcher (Chicago White Sox) seven time all star

1927-05-05

Charles Rosen, A Labyrinth of Time

1927-05-16

Bill Youngdahl, A Time for Burning

1927-06-13

Brian Wilde, Doing Time

1927-06-17

Dom de Beern, No Shooting Time for Foxes

1927-10-20

Ross MacManus, It's Getting Harder All the Time

1927-11-07

Hiroshi Yamauchi, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

1927-11-16

Vera Líznerová, Today for the Last Time

1927-12-22

Ronnie Cosby, Next Time We Love

1928-05-11

Frank Wolff, Once Upon a Time in the West

1928-05-28

Umberto Tirelli, Once Upon a Time in America

1928-07-04

Patrick Tilley, The People That Time Forgot

1928-11-11

Sanford Socolow, JFK: One PM Central Standard Time

1928-12-03

Gerald Blake, The Invasion of Time: Part One

1928-12-09

Thomas Fantl, Time of the Innocent

1928-12-24

Honey Sanders, A Time for Dancing

1928-9-25

Bill Mosher, Time Enough at Last

1929-01-05

Keith Hefner, Hugh Hefner: Once Upon a Time

1929-01-19

Ulu Grosbard, Belgium, actor (Straight Time, Georgia, Falling in Love)

1929-01-28

Parke Godwin, Time and Teresa Golowitz/Voices in the Earth

1929-03-03

Georgi Genkov, Time of Violence

1929-04-23

Chi-Pin Chao, A Time to Live, a Time to Die

1929-04-23

Betty Ann Muir, Time Out for Lessons

1929-08-13

Pat Harrington Jr, NYC, actor (Danny Thomas Show, 1 Day at a Time)

1929-08-15

Frank Gio, Once Upon a Time in America

1929-10-24

George H Crumb, Charleston WV, composer (Pulitzer 1968-Echoes of Time)

1929-11-05

Bora Todorovic, Time of the Gypsies

1929-11-29

Laurie Main, Time After Time

1929-12-18

Mladen Prebil, Time of the Gypsies

1929-9-17

Dickie Humphries, Time Out for Lessons

1929-9-20

Colin George, Once Upon a Time in China

1929-9-28

Lata Mangeshkar, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1930-01-05

Harry Elton, Before My Time

1930-01-11

Rod Taylor, Sydney, New South Wales, Australian actor (The Birds, Time Machine)

1930-02-04

Borislav Pekic, Time of Miracles

1930-03-09

Fritz Rau, Panic Time

1930-03-14

Bernard Paul, Time to Live

1930-05-01

Mario Pinzauti, Ringo, It's Massacre Time

1930-05-02

Bernard Slade, Same Time, Next Year

1930-05-18

Alfredo Leal, Time to Die

1930-05-21

Jack Taylor, The 100 Greatest World Cup Moments of All Time!

1930-06-09

Angelo Novi, Once Upon a Time in America

1930-06-19

Llynn Storer, A Question of Time

1930-07-26

Glenn Mickens, Time Out for Lessons

1930-08-14

Earl Weaver, Signs of the Time

1930-11-25

Beau Vanden Ecker, A Long Time Ago

1930-12-08

Janice Hood, Time Out for Lessons

1930-9-04

Ann Johnson, Decision Against Time

1930-9-05

Moshé Mizrahi, Every Time We Say Goodbye

1930-9-14

Anton Donchev, Time of Violence

1930-9-24

Angelo Muscat, Once Upon a Time

1930-9-28

Atsuo Okunaka, Time of the Apes

1931-01-08

Barbro Larsson, Time of Desire

1931-01-31

Steve Hayes, Time After Time

1931-02-13

Tore Bengtsson, A Time in the Sun

1931-06-02

Gianni Meccia, About Time

1931-06-24

Billy Casper, SD Ca, golfer, 3-time PGA Player of Year ('66, '68, '70)

1931-08-08

Roger Penrose, A Brief History of Time

1931-08-14

Frederic Raphael, writer (After the War, California Time)

1931-08-25

Veli Keskiväli, Mona and the Time of Burning Love

1931-12-14

Valerie Lee, Time Out for Lessons

1931-9-21

Paul Sanchez, Somewhere in Time

1932-03-08

Jerry Strivelli, Once Upon a Time in America

1932-05-08

Phyllida Law, The Time Machine

1932-05-14

Jan Darnley-Smith, A Hitch in Time

1932-05-31

Margaretha Löwler, Time of Desire

1932-06-12

Christopher Greet, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

1932-06-18

Günter Seuren, No Shooting Time for Foxes

1932-06-28

Diana Quiseekay, Time for the Funny Walk

1932-08-20

Anthony Ainley, The Land That Time Forgot

1932-08-31

Robert [Franklin] Adams, US, sci-fi author (Castaways in Time)

1932-09-18

Jack Mullaney, Pitts Pa, actor (My Living Doll, It's About Time)

1932-12-06

Declan Mulholland, Time Bandits

1932-12-11

Wynn Irwin, NYC, actor (Lotsa Luck, Sugar Time)

1932-12-28

Joyce Haber, Bed-Time Vaudeville

1932-9-08

Müsfik Kenter, Time to Love

1933-01-13

Ron Goulart, Trouble with Time

1933-02-04

Barbara Beasley Murphy, Ace Hits the Big Time

1933-03-18

Severino Poletto, Fabric of Time

1933-05-24

Maj-Britt Lindholm, No Time for Shame

1933-05-30

Jill Perryman, ...Maybe This Time

1933-05-31

Georgiy Burkov, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1933-06-15

Henry McCann, No Time for Sergeants

1933-11-29

John Mayall, MacClesfield England, pop musician (Don't Washed Me Time)

1933-12-19

Francesco Degli Espinosa, Once Upon a Time in the Wild, Wild West

1933-12-24

Everett Creach, Time After Time

1933-12-28

Jack Perkins, Cleve Ohio, newscaster (Prime Time Sunday, NBC Magazine)

1933-9-08

Asha Bhosle, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1934-01-02

Marina Voskanyants, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1934-01-08

Jacques Anquetil, France, Tour de France bicycle racer (5-time winner)

1934-01-12

Inger Burman, No Time for Shame

1934-01-19

Jim Hutchison, Time Piece

1934-01-20

David Hull, Somewhere in Time

1934-01-26

Huey "Piano" Smith, pianist (Having a Good Time)

1934-02-03

Mirjana Ostojic, Time of the Gypsies

1934-03-11

Sam Donaldson, El Paso Texas, ABC White House correspondent (Prime Time)

1934-04-12

Juhani Jauhiainen, A Time of Roses

1934-05-09

Renate Dahlke, Panic Time

1934-07-04

Trigger, Melody Time

1934-07-12

Ken Wlaschin, The History and Allure of Time Travel

1934-08-08

Keith Barron, The Land That Time Forgot

1934-08-26

Taylor Williams, Somewhere in Time

1934-11-13

Jimmy Fontana, About Time

1934-9-29

Stuart Kaminsky, Once Upon a Time in America

1935-01-18

Boris Juh, Time of the Gypsies

1935-02-15

Susan Brownmiller, Hugh Hefner: Once Upon a Time

1935-02-16

Edda Dell'Orso, Once Upon a Time in America

1935-04-02

Marlene Cameron, The Happy Time

1935-05-27

Lee Meriwether, Los Angeles California, Miss America (Time Tunnel, Barnaby Jones)

1935-06-17

Gerritt Debeer, Once Upon a Time in America

1935-07-06

The Dalai Lama, Wheel of Time

1935-08-21

Dan McAfee, Vacation Time

1935-10-03

Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1935-10-22

Judy Devlin Hashman, 10 time badminton champ (1957-67)

1935-10-27

Maurício de Sousa, Monica's Gang in an Adventure in Time

1935-11-05

Lester Piggott, British jockey (11 time champ)

1935-11-30

Ezequiel Neves, Cazuza: Time Doesn't Stop

1936-01-08

Georgi Danailov, Time of Violence

1936-04-20

Luther Fear, Big Time

1936-04-22

Glen Campbell, Delight Ark, actor/singer (Time I Get to Phoenix)

1936-05-08

James Darren, actor (Time Tunnel)

1936-08-05

John Dancy, Jackson Tx, newscaster (Prime Time Sunday)

1936-08-21

Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, NBA Legend (LA Laker, 5 time MVP)

1936-12-05

Roy Grace, The Greatest Commercials of All Time

1936-12-23

Monika Peitsch, No Shooting Time for Foxes

1936-9-13

Coral Atkins, Time Out of Mind

1937-01-30

David Pal, The Time Machine

1937-05-05

Gunnar Mattsson, A Time in the Sun

1937-05-18

Brooks Robinson, Signs of the Time

1937-06-04

Robert Marella, WWF Prime-Time Wrestling

1937-06-11

Reginaldo Faria, Cazuza: Time Doesn't Stop

1937-07-25

Arianne Ulmer, Beyond the Time Barrier

1937-10-02

Elizabeth Bader, Some of the People, Some of the Time

1937-10-17

Renato Prada Oropeza, Real Time

1937-10-18

Ludmil Staikov, Time of Violence

1937-11-08

Annette Vorbeck, The Young Have No Time

1937-11-15

Jean Sobieski, And Then a Time for Killing

1937-11-20

Ruth Laredo, Small Time Crooks

1937-11-23

Dora Cadavid, Love in the Time of Cholera

1937-11-27

Stewart Moss, The Naked Time

1937-11-30

Monica Nielsen, A Time in the Sun

1937-12-03

Bobby Allison, auto racer (3 time winner of Daytona 500)

1937-12-09

Burke Byrnes, The Land Before Time

1937-12-12

Philip Ledger, Love in the Time of Cholera

1937-9-14

Stan Saliken, Short Time

1938-02-04

Pieter Verhoeff, The Moving True Story of a Woman Ahead of Her Time

1938-02-11

Ralph M. Evers, A Time in the Sun

1938-03-09

Charles Siebert, Kenosha Wisc, actor (One Day at A Time, Trapper John)

1938-04-15

Claudia Cardinale, Once Upon a Time in the West

1938-05-09

Frank Arnold, Josh Kirby... Time Warrior: Chapter 6, Last Battle for the Universe

1938-05-22

Frank Converse, actor (It's About Time, Dr Cook's Garden, Movin' On)

1938-07-10

Anatoliy Abarenov, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1938-07-24

David Scholer, Time Machine: Banned from the Bible

1938-08-28

Elvira Maslova, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1938-10-26

Alejandro Álvarez, Adventures in Time

1938-10-29

Peter Stampfel, Fairport Convention, Who Knows Where the Time Goes?

1939-03-05

Ji-myeong Oh, Once Upon a Time in the Battlefield

1939-03-09

Rohan De Saram, A Labyrinth of Time

1939-06-18

Lou Brock, one-time baseball stolen base leader (St Louis Cards)

1939-07-29

Annea Lockwood, Subtle Exchange of Information Across Time

1939-09-27

Kathy Whitworth, Monahans Texas, golfer (7 time LPGA Player of Year)

1939-10-21

Serge Livrozet, Time Out

1939-12-18

Michael Moorcock, The Land That Time Forgot

1939-12-27

Sergey Dyozhkin, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1939-12-28

Michelle Urry, Hugh Hefner: Once Upon a Time

1940-01-24

Mihail Kirkov, Time of Violence

1940-02-23

Natalya Bogomolova, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1940-04-05

Ani Bakalova, Exams at Any Odd Time

1940-04-06

Pedro Armendáriz Jr., Once Upon a Time in Mexico

1940-04-13

Lester Chambers, Ms, vocalist (Chamber Brothers-Time Has Come Today)

1940-05-07

John Irvin, actor (Moment in Time)

1940-06-01

Kip Thorne, A Brief History of Time

1940-06-07

Ronald Pickup, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

1940-06-27

Ivan Krystev, Time of Violence

1940-07-24

Justus Taylor, A Time for Burning

1940-08-05

Doug Crepeau, The Wizard of Speed and Time

1940-10-03

Sheila Fearn, Time Bandits

1940-10-20

Jackie Raynal, Twice Upon a Time

1940-11-02

Geraldine Baron, Time After Time

1940-9-07

Dario Argento, Once Upon a Time in the West

1941-01-01

John Rowe, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1941-01-11

Barry Flanagan, The Last Time

1941-02-06

Gigi Perreau, Los Angeles California, actress (Journey to Center of Time)

1941-02-07

Phil Boroff, The Wizard of Speed and Time

1941-03-01

Donnie Walsh, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1941-03-27

Bunny Sigler, About Time

1941-04-02

Andrzej Baranski, A Few People, a Little Time

1941-04-05

Ágnes Kakassy, Time Stands Still

1941-04-13

Chris Tranchell, The Invasion of Time: Part Four

1941-07-04

Arto Tuominen, A Time of Roses

1941-07-23

Richie Evans, 9 time NASCAR Modified Champion (died at Martinsville in 1985)

1941-07-25

Raoul Ruiz, Marcel Proust's Time Regained

1941-07-29

David Warner, Manchester NH, actor (Star Trek VI, Time Bandits)

1941-11-02

Dave Stockton, San Bernardino California, golfer and two-time PGA Champion (1970, 1976)

1941-11-23

Eduard Nazarov, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1941-12-24

Sigrid Insull, Waxwork II: Lost in Time

1941-9-14

Bruce Hyde, The Naked Time

1941-9-27

Peter Bonetti, The 100 Greatest World Cup Moments of All Time!

1942-01-08

Yvette Mimieux, Los Angeles California, American actress (Time Machine, Where the Boys Are)

1942-01-08

Yvette Mimieux, The Time Machine

1942-01-08

Stephen Hawking, A Brief History of Time

1942-01-10

Jim Croce, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, rock vocalist (Time in a Bottle) (d. 1973)

1942-01-10

Rimantas Savelis, Non-Present Time

1942-03-06

Ben Murphy, Time Walker

1942-03-09

Ivan Nemtsev, The Dust of Time

1942-05-03

Lynn Farleigh, Bristol England, actress (Lovers of Their Time)

1942-05-03

C.L. Otter, A Time to Revenge

1942-07-05

Matthias Bamert, A Labyrinth of Time

1942-07-28

Marta Albertinazzi, Time for Revenge

1942-08-08

Giannetto De Rossi, Once Upon a Time in the West

1942-08-14

Sandy Gilmour, Montclair NJ, newscaster (Prime Time Sunday)

1942-09-04

raymond floyd, Fort Bragg North Carolina, American golfer (four-time Major winner)

1942-10-18

Ron Anderson, All Time Favorites

1942-12-26

Doug Hammond, Time to Improvise

1942-9-28

Otto Olejár, True Stories: Peace in Our Time?

1943-03-30

Dennis Etchison, Killing Time

1943-04-30

Paul Jennings, Next Time Around

1943-06-13

Otto Wanz, Panic Time

1943-06-14

Radoslav Spassov, Time of Violence

1943-07-10

Sema Özcan, Time to Love

1943-07-28

Richard Wright, Hatch End, Middlesex, English singer/songwriter (Pink Floyd-Time, Echoes)

1943-08-07

Keiko Yamamoto, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1943-08-16

Richard Leigh, Time Machine: Beyond the Da Vinci Code

1943-08-27

Tuesday Weld, Once Upon a Time in America

1943-08-30

Robert Crumb, US, cartoonist (Father Time, Fritz Cat)

1943-09-16

Dennis W Conner, yachting pro (4-time America's Cup-winning skipper)

1943-10-04

Owen Keir Davidson, Australia, 4 time Wimbledon mix double champ

1943-11-10

Edouard Niermans, Killing Time

1944-01-05

Franco Ferrini, Once Upon a Time in America

1944-01-06

Bonnie Franklin, Santa Monica Cal, TV actress (Ann-1 Day at a Time), (d. 2013)

1944-01-16

Ronnie Milsap, Robbinsville NC, country singer (Legend in My Time)

1944-01-28

Brian Keenan, NYC, rock drummer (Chamber Bros-Time Has Come Today)

1944-02-02

Ursula Oppens, A Labyrinth of Time

1944-04-18

Anna Petkova, There Was a Time

1944-05-11

Gabe Videla, Once Upon a Time in America

1944-06-18

Baku Hatakeyama, Time of the Apes

1944-06-27

Patrick Sercu, Belgium, 1K time trial (Olympic-gold-1964)

1944-07-03

Paul Young, actor (Another Time Another Place)

1944-07-04

Kirsten Dalgaard, Bogart - As Time Goes By

1944-07-20

Mel Daniels, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1944-10-21

Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1944-10-25

Brian Brennan, Doin' Time 2069 2: The Escape

1944-11-04

Linda Gary, The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure

1944-11-29

John Alder, Smashing Time

1945-01-01

Jacques Ickx, Belgium, Le Mans auto race (6-time winner)

1945-01-29

Donna Caponi, Detroit Michigan, LPGA Golfer and four-time Major winner

1945-03-12

John Young, Young Talent Time - Now... 1990

1945-03-13

Madalyn Lester, Good Time Max

1945-03-17

Don Andrus, In Time of Need

1945-04-13

Lowell George, rock vocalist/guitarist (Little Feat-Time is a Hero)

1945-04-18

Richard Bausch, The Last Good Time

1945-05-02

Iossif Surchadzhiev, Time of Violence

1945-05-09

Martin Treat, Out of Time

1945-05-31

Sue Ayling, Question Time

1945-06-17

Eddy Merckx, Belgium, cyclist (5 time winner of Tour de France)

1945-07-23

Julia Badham, Nick of Time

1945-11-12

Elena Mikhaylova, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1945-11-27

Giovanni Mauriello, Another Time, Another Place

1945-12-16

Edi Kandel, Until Next Time

1945-12-22

Diane Sawyer, Glasgow Ky, newscaster (60 Minutes, ABC Prime Time)

1946-01-17

John Braden, A Time to Love

1946-03-01

Vinny Golia, Small Time

1946-03-05

Miguel Márquez, Running Time

1946-03-23

Dragan Kresoja, Time of the Gypsies

1946-03-27

Andrew Bown, Once Upon a Time in the Midlands

1946-03-30

Mariella Martinelli, Short Time

1946-05-21

Allan McKeown, Doing Time

1946-07-23

Michael Tolaydo, The Time of Your Life

1946-08-15

Kathryn Jean Whitmire, Houston Texas, (4 time Mayor-Houston)

1946-10-24

R.J. Robertson, Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time

1946-11-02

Marieta Severo, Cazuza: Time Doesn't Stop

1946-11-05

Jim Evans, Signs of the Time

1946-12-12

Barrie Rutter, Doing Time

1946-12-14

Kazuo 'Gaira' Komizu, Go, Go, Second Time Virgin

1946-12-16

Mary Craven, Straight Time

1946-12-26

James Burton Yockey, Reno's Old Time Music Festival

1946-9-28

Karen Shallo, Once Upon a Time in America

1947-01-01

Shi-Kwan Yen, Once Upon a Time in China

1947-01-10

George Alec Effinger, US, sci-fi author (Nick of Time)

1947-02-03

Tonea Stewart, A Time to Kill

1947-02-22

Deborah Grant, Time Waits for Norman

1947-03-24

Archie Gemmill, The 100 Greatest World Cup Moments of All Time!

1947-04-15

Peter Tuinman, The Moving True Story of a Woman Ahead of Her Time

1947-04-18

James Woods, Once Upon a Time in America

1947-04-20

Olga Karlatos, Once Upon a Time in America

1947-05-01

Jacob Beckenstein, A Brief History of Time

1947-05-15

Bonnie Tamblyn, Time Wars

1947-05-18

Jane Olivor, Same Time, Next Year

1947-05-25

Karen Valentine, Our Time

1947-06-10

Ken Singleton, Signs of the Time

1947-06-20

LaLa Brooks, Good Time Rock 'n' Roll

1947-06-29

David Chiang, Once Upon a Time in China II

1947-07-06

Richard Beckinsale, Nottingham England, actor (Porridge, Doing Time)

1947-07-06

Richard Beckinsale, Doing Time

1947-08-05

Arva Holt, Out of Time

1947-08-28

Péter Gothár, Time Stands Still

1947-09-10

Larry Nelson, Fort Payne Alabama, American golfer (three-time Major Championship winner)

1947-10-19

Arja Tiainen, Mona and the Time of Burning Love

1947-11-02

Dave Pegg, Fairport Convention, Who Knows Where the Time Goes?

1947-11-13

Christopher Mellows, Killing Time

1947-11-24

Johnny Zell, All Time Favorites

1948-01-12

Chris Schwarz, A Brief History of Time

1948-02-20

Larry Rapp, Once Upon a Time in America

1948-03-04

Mike Moran, Time Bandits

1948-03-06

László Kelecsényi, Time Stands Still

1948-05-04

Hurley Haywood, American race car driver, and three-time winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans

1948-06-18

Pamela Powell, A Time to Die

1948-06-25

Michael Lembeck, Bkln, actor (Max-One Day at a Time)

1948-07-17

Marina Razbezhkina, Harvest Time

1948-11-20

Richard Masur, NYC, actor (David-One Day at a Time)

1948-12-01

Chris Kennedy, Doing Time for Patsy Cline

1948-12-02

David Farrington, Time of Her Life

1948-9-04

Ellen Lawson, Maddie for the First Time

1948-9-13

Giorgio Venturoli, Once Upon a Time in America

1949-03-04

Timothy Gallaway, Time for Timothy

1949-03-12

Bill Payne, Waco TX, rock keyboardist (Little Feat-Time Loves a Hero)

1949-04-11

Carl Franklin, Out of Time

1949-04-12

Ota Jirák, Fimfarum: The Third Time Lucky 3D

1949-06-08

Elaine Hausman, The Time of Your Life

1949-06-23

Anna Rita Pasanisi, Once Upon a Time in the West

1949-08-18

Martin Lamble, Fairport Convention, Who Knows Where the Time Goes?

1949-10-21

Robert Bacigalupi, The Time of Your Life

1949-12-05

Ângela Rô Rô, Cazuza: Time Doesn't Stop

1949-9-27

Robb Weller, Time Machine: Beyond the Da Vinci Code

1950-01-14

Marjeta Gregorac, Time of the Gypsies

1950-01-28

Barbi Benton, [Klein], California, Playboy model (Hee Haw, Sugar Time!)

1950-01-28

Barbi Benton, Hugh Hefner: Once Upon a Time

1950-02-15

Hark Tsui, Once Upon a Time in China

1950-03-23

George Fox, George Fox: Time of My Life

1950-03-27

Julia Álvarez, In the Time of the Butterflies

1950-08-17

Ron Abel, Time in a Bottle

1950-10-09

Brian Cumby, The Boats That Made Britain: A Time Team Special

1950-10-13

Simon Nicol, Fairport Convention, Who Knows Where the Time Goes?

1950-10-18

Tania Johari, The lost time

1950-11-07

Lindsay Duncan, About Time

1951-01-12

Reiko Tokunaga, Time of the Apes

1951-02-18

Cynthia Brian, Down Time

1951-02-24

Helen Shaver, The Land Before Time

1951-03-01

Elliott Sharp, The Time We Killed

1951-04-10

Mark Roth, bowler (4-time PBA Player of Year)

1951-05-05

Sandra Werneck, Cazuza: Time Doesn't Stop

1951-05-13

Selina Scott, Breakfast Time

1951-05-19

Robert Harper, Once Upon a Time in America

1951-06-03

Juliette Bora, One More Time

1951-06-27

Marika Niskanen, Mona and the Time of Burning Love

1951-07-24

Fiona Reid, The Time Traveler's Wife

1951-08-06

Chris Orchard, Prime Time

1951-10-07

Táta Vega, A Time to Kill

1951-10-20

Al Greenwood, keyboardist (Foreigner-Feels Like the First Time)

1951-11-20

Steve V.W. Beckwith, Do You Know What Time It Is?

1951-11-23

David Rappaport, London England, 3'11" actor (Wizard, Time Bandits)

1951-11-23

David Rappaport, Time Bandits

1952-02-03

Fred Lynn, Signs of the Time

1952-02-06

Cezary Jaworski, The House at the End of Time

1952-03-08

György Selmeczi, Time Stands Still

1952-04-15

Helaine Lembeck, The Time Traveler's Wife

1952-06-05

Richard Zobel, Once Upon a Time in America

1952-08-17

Nelson Piquet, auto racer, 3-time Formula One champ (1981, '83, '87)

1952-08-22

Cheryl Burfield, The Wrong End of Time: Part 1

1952-09-25

Christopher Reeve, NYC, actor (Superman, Somewhere in Time)

1952-11-16

Shigeru Miyamoto, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

1952-12-01

Marijke Veugelers, The Moving True Story of a Woman Ahead of Her Time

1953-02-08

Mary Steenburgen, Newport Ark, actress (Parenthood, Time After Time)

1953-05-11

Boyd Gaines, Atlanta Ga, actor (Mark-One Day at a Time, Sure Thing)

1953-05-17

Hernann Bellinghaussen, Heart of Time

1953-06-22

Cyndi Lauper, American singer (Girls Just want to have Fun, Time after Time)

1953-10-27

Bob Supan, The Wheel of Time

1953-11-25

James Hayden, Once Upon a Time in America

1953-9-06

Alexander Cassini, Star Time

1953-9-11

Stephanie Ericsson, Straight Time

1953-9-27

Diane Abbott, 25 Years of Question Time

1954-01-30

Alides Hidding, singer/guitarist (Time Bandits)

1954-02-16

Vikki Broughton, Young Talent Time

1954-03-31

Tony Brock, England, rock drummer (Isn't It Time, Every Time I Think of You)

1954-05-25

Grzegorz Lozowski, A Few People, a Little Time

1954-06-18

Debbie Hancock, Young Talent Time

1954-07-16

Rich Lee, A Time to Remember

1954-07-18

Gary Goddard, T2 3-D: Battle Across Time

1954-08-30

Iliya Kostov, Time for Women

1954-10-18

Liz Burch, Borrowed Time

1954-10-19

Rich Frankel, Sting ...All This Time

1954-12-12

Roy Allen Smith, The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure

1955-02-08

John Grisham, A Time to Kill

1955-04-08

John Campbell, harness racer (3-time winner of Hambletonian)

1955-04-17

Michael A. Tucker, Running Out of Time

1955-04-30

Dann Gershon, Camp Creepy Time

1955-05-02

Holger Franke, Big Band Time

1955-06-22

Green Gartside, Hot Tub Time Machine

1955-08-20

Hilary Ryan, The Invasion of Time: Part Six

1955-10-26

Rod Kirkham, Young Talent Time

1955-11-01

Joey Coons, A Man Before His Time

1955-11-24

Ian Botham, Heswall Cheshire, English cricketer (all time great all-rounder Extrovert)

1955-11-26

Juan Pinzás, Once Upon Another Time

1956-01-17

Paul Young, rock vocalist/keyboardist (Every Time You Go Away)

1956-01-20

Bill Maher, New York New York, American comedian and political commentator (Real Time with Bill Maher, Politically Incorrect)

1956-02-03

Time Winters, Thinner

1956-03-12

Dale Murphy, Portland Ore, slugger (Atlanta Braves, 2 time NL MVP)

1956-04-18

Liselotte Lohmann, En sjov halv time

1956-06-27

Miron Manega, Time to push off

1956-07-30

Phil Fearon, Big Time

1956-08-02

Bruce McGregor, A Time to Hate

1956-10-02

Rich Christiano, Time Changer

1956-10-13

Ari Hiltunen, The Time of Skin

1956-12-07

Larry Bird, West Baden, Indiana, NBA star (Boston Celtics, 12-time NBA All Star)

1956-12-22

João Signorelli, Time of Fear

1957-01-07

Greg Mills, Young Talent Time

1957-02-06

Jerry Marotta, rocker (Orleans-Love Takes Time)

1957-02-23

Philip Gould, Young Talent Time

1957-03-04

Wolfgang Stryi, Rivers and Tides: Andy Goldsworthy Working with Time

1957-04-25

Julie Ryles, Young Talent Time

1957-05-12

Gary Harris, A Time to Remember

1957-06-01

Dorota Kedzierzawska, Time to Die

1957-06-12

Tomohito Aoki, Star Ocean: Till the End of Time

1957-06-15

Tielin Zhang, Once Upon a Time in China II

1957-06-26

Jim T. Lacy, Once Upon a Time in China and America

1957-07-15

Kaizô Hayashi, The Most Terrible Time in My Life

1957-07-18

Nick Faldo, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire, English golfer (six-time Major Championship winner)

1957-07-18

Carlos Barretto, Same Room, Same Time

1957-07-26

Biao Yuen, Once Upon a Time in China

1957-08-07

Alexander Dityatin, Leningrad, Russia, Soviet gymnast (3-time Olympic Champion)

1957-08-27

Bernhard Langer, Anhausen, German golfer (two-time Masters champion)

1957-10-27

Ming-liang Tsai, What Time Is It There?

1957-11-16

Gareth Carrivick, Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel

1957-12-09

Lucas Vandervost, Time of My Life

1957-12-11

John Andrews, A Snitch on Time

1957-12-13

Morris Day, American singer (The Time)

1957-12-21

Mary Raftery, Prime Time

1957-9-12

Anya Pencheva, Time for Women

1957-9-24

Davor Juresko, The Sands of Time

1957-9-26

Bernard Tronche, Time Bomb

1957-9-27

John Taylor, A Brief History of Time

1958-03-03

Avi Hoffman, Across the Sea of Time

1958-04-04

Cazuza, Cazuza: Time Doesn't Stop

1958-10-01

Joel Zurlo, Doin' Time

1958-11-01

D.E. Manning, Closing Time

1958-11-25

Darlanne Fluegel, Once Upon a Time in America

1958-12-10

Paul Hardcastle, keyboardist (Don't Waste My Time, Just for Money)

1958-12-12

Katherine Connella, Two Days at a Time

1958-12-21

Kevin Archer, Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel

1958-9-02

Jerry Augustyniak, Time Capsule

1958-9-07

Peter Mettler, The End of Time

1958-9-09

Derek Redfern, Young Talent Time

1959-01-13

Kid Ramos, Time Brings About a Change... A Floyd Dixon Celebration

1959-01-26

Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

1959-02-23

Marlo Bernier, The Last Time We Were...

1959-04-24

Trevor Hindmarsh, Young Talent Time

1959-06-19

Mark DeBarge, About Time

1959-07-23

Pedro Aznar, Love in the Time of Cholera

1959-09-04

Armin Kogler, Austria, skier (2-time winner of jumping World Cup)

1959-09-30

Basia Trzetrzelevska, Poland, jazz singer (Time & Life)

1959-10-06

Steven Hodgson, Hot Tub Time Machine

1959-10-25

Bevis Faversham, Santa Claus vs. The Taliban Time Travellers from Outer Space

1959-10-28

Michael Landers, Time Served

1959-11-10

MacKenzie Phillips, Alexandria Va, actress (Julie-1 Day at a Time)

1959-12-07

Jitka Asterová, Time of the Servants

1959-9-03

Clas Cederholm, Laban the Little Ghost: Spooky Time

1960-01-28

Irena Pavlásková, Time of the Servants

1960-04-23

Valerie Bertinelli, Del, (1 Day at a Time, Sydney); Ms Eddie Van Halen

1960-05-19

Yazz, [Yasmin Evans], London, England, singer (Fine Time)

1960-05-30

Stephen "Tea Tower" Duffy, rocker (Lilac Time-Paradise Song)

1960-06-08

Mick Hucknall, rocker (Simply Red-Every Time We Say Goodbye)

1960-06-15

Hiroko Saito, Time of the Apes

1960-07-23

Marco Turco, Once Upon a Time the City of Fools

1960-08-06

Robert McCullough, Young Talent Time

1960-08-09

Helen McIlveen, Closing Time

1960-08-19

Frank Rossi, Time of Fear

1960-10-02

Graeme Baker, A Time and a Place

1960-10-07

Karen Dean, One Last Time

1960-10-10

Irina Uralskaya, Harvest Time

1960-11-01

M. Jearl Vinot, Killing Time

1960-12-02

Siu Chung Mok, Once Upon a Time in China II

1960-9-02

Nicolay Lange-Nielsen, A Handful of Time

1961-01-02

Robert Wexler, It's Time to Be Mad as Hell

1961-02-04

Carine Crutzen, The Moving True Story of a Woman Ahead of Her Time

1961-03-04

Andrew Foster, Almost Time

1961-04-29

Fumihiko Tachiki, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1961-05-10

Lawrence Mandley, For a Good Time, Call...

1961-05-19

Lisa Wagner, bowler (3-time LPBT Player of Year, Bowler of Decade)

1961-06-21

Manu Chao, Once Upon a Time in Mexico

1961-06-26

Felecia McEachin, Out of Time

1961-07-10

Jacky Cheung, Once Upon a Time in China

1961-07-18

Elizabeth McGovern, Evanston Ill, actress (Once Upon a Time in Amer)

1961-07-18

Elizabeth McGovern, Once Upon a Time in America

1961-08-10

Eric L. Watts, Project Potemkin: Closing Time

1961-10-18

Philip Rowe, The Time Machine

1961-11-12

Chela Quintana, Venezuela, LPGA golfer (8 time Venezuelan Amat Champ)

1961-11-20

Alex Agrasanchez, Travelers in Time

1961-11-26

Raffaella Leone, Once Upon a Time in America

1961-11-30

Christopher Todd, Half as Old as Time

1961-12-12

Francesco Pahlevan, Short Time Heroes

1961-9-10

Richard Heene, Box Time: Playhouse

1962-02-24

Kenji Anan, The Most Terrible Time in My Life

1962-03-04

John MacNeil, The Time Traveler's Wife

1962-03-30

M C Hammer, [Stanley Kirk Burrell], Oakland Ca, rapper (Hammer Time)

1962-04-07

Luben Izov, Hot Tub Time Machine

1962-04-09

Michael Kirkup, Killing Time

1962-06-01

Jesse Johnson, rocker (Time)

1962-08-05

Patrick Ewing, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1962-11-06

Rahman Dalrymple, Crimes in Time

1962-11-10

Jonas Odell, Never Like the First Time!

1962-11-10

James Creech, Teleporter: Time and Again

1962-11-27

Euge Groove, Tina Turner: One Last Time Live in Concert

1962-9-24

Rosamund Kwan, Once Upon a Time in China

1963-02-28

Kaori Okamoto, Time of Wickedness

1963-03-07

Chona Jason, The Time Machine

1963-03-19

Sean Wilson, Down Time

1963-05-04

Robert Fox, River of Time

1963-05-29

Tim Mogg, The Time Traveler's Wife

1963-06-13

Audrey Niffenegger, The Time Traveler's Wife

1963-07-10

Ron Simasek, All in Time

1963-07-26

Fred Gaines Jr., Love in the Time of Flannel

1963-08-09

Whitney Houston, Newark NJ, singer (One Moment in Time, Bodyguard), (d. 2012)

1963-08-16

John Wakefield, Once Upon a Time in China III

1963-10-31

Tom Heading, Young Talent Time

1963-11-22

Keiko Aizawa, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1963-11-23

Philip Linton, Doing Time on Maple Drive

1963-9-28

Derek A. Smith, Seize the Time

1964-01-03

Cheryl Miller, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1964-01-04

Nikki Coghill, The Time Guardian

1964-01-08

Ron Sexsmith, About Time

1964-02-15

Ashutosh Gowariker, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1964-02-24

Takashi Nagasako, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

1964-02-25

Steve Nevius, film editor (Eden, Fall Time, Damascus)

1964-03-04

Karen Knowles, Young Talent Time

1964-03-08

Tatsuya Murayama, Time Traveller

1964-04-21

Jan Stracina, Almost Mating Time

1964-05-15

Pierre Trentin, France, 1K time trials (Olympic-gold-1968)

1964-07-02

Richard J. Dixon, World Enough and Time

1964-07-18

Michael J. Moran, Going Off Big Time

1964-07-24

Brian Hamilton, If It's Wright, It's Wrong/Recruitment Ad/Killing Time

1964-07-30

Jim Wise, Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris

1964-08-22

Trey Gowdy, A Test of Time

1964-10-01

Matthew Terry, Daylight Saving Time

1964-11-12

Alex Carter, Out of Time

1964-11-27

Alan Letts, The Time Traveler's Wife

1964-9-16

Andrea Beltrão, Time of Fear

1964-9-17

Jukka-Pekka Siili, Once Upon a Time in the North

1965-01-06

Nicole Cooper, Young Talent Time

1965-01-30

Gaston Hinostroza, Love Letters in the Sands of Time

1965-02-25

Xin Xin Xiong, Once Upon a Time in China

1965-03-12

Timothy Roberts, Time Lapse

1965-03-22

Steve Toussaint, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

1965-04-26

Denise Weinberg, Time of Fear

1965-05-07

Stephen Clark, Back in Time

1965-06-30

Muhammet Uzuner, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

1965-07-06

Glenn Scarpelli, Staten Is NY, actor (Alex-One Day At a Time, Fantasy)

1965-07-22

Sinolicka Trpkova, Time of the Gypsies

1965-07-26

Jon Niccum, Time's Up, Eve

1965-08-24

Reggie Miller, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1965-10-07

Kumiko Watanabe, Inuyasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time

1965-10-11

John Bowles, Young Talent Time Tells All

1965-11-12

Eddie Mair, Time Commanders

1965-11-15

Roberto Letizia, The Place and the Time

1965-11-22

Gilbert Nash, A Time for Rain

1965-12-04

Ross Gurney-Randall, An Adventure in Space and Time

1965-12-08

Yayoi Jinguji, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

1965-9-12

Ahmet Mümtaz Taylan, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

1966-01-06

Danik Thomas, The Land Before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire

1966-01-18

István Znamenák, Time Stands Still

1966-02-26

Najwa Karam, The Time that Remains

1966-03-02

Andrea Kelly, Once Upon a Time in Queens

1966-03-20

Alka Yagnik, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1966-04-26

Bobby Driessen, Young Talent Time

1966-06-10

David Platt, The 100 Greatest World Cup Moments of All Time!

1966-07-05

Shusaku Matsuoka, Time Traveller

1966-07-11

Debbe Dunning, Burbank CA, actress (Tool Time Girl-Home Improvement)

1966-07-15

Brook Adams, A Brief History of Time

1966-07-31

Dean Cain, Out of Time

1966-08-23

Rik Smits, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1966-11-27

Lane Janger, Just One Time

1966-12-15

Peter Lashway, T-Time TV: Manila Luzon and Latrice Royale 'Da Chop' Music Video Review

1966-12-29

Ben Nealon, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1967-01-31

Joey Reynolds, This Time

1967-03-27

Alexandra Hoesdorff, Time Share

1967-04-27

Aki Avni, Time of Favor

1967-05-07

Paul Roy, The Land Before Time

1967-05-16

Michael Stever, Saturday Nightmares: The Ultimate Horror Expo of All Time!

1967-05-20

Jodie Loebert, Young Talent Time

1967-06-18

Richard De Vere, Bang on Time

1967-07-09

Oliver Holler, Back in Time

1967-07-10

Rusty Jacobs, Once Upon a Time in America

1967-07-23

Giorgia Fiorio, Time for Loving

1967-08-01

Chi Yeung Wong, Once Upon a Time in China

1967-08-25

Nobuyuki Hiyama, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

1967-08-28

Seth Musselman, A Time for the Heart

1967-10-02

Gillian Welch, New York, singer-songwriter (Time, Revival)

1967-10-10

Igor Kovacevich, Time of the Gypsies

1967-10-14

Luke Scully, The Time Machine

1967-10-25

Erick S. Dyke, Duke Nukem: Time to Kill

1967-11-06

Fujiko Takimoto, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

1967-11-11

Damien Nash, Twilight Time

1967-9-10

Celeste Ciulla, Time's Up!

1968-01-14

Wu Bai, Time and Tide

1968-01-17

Natasha Skyler, First Time at Cherry High

1968-02-01

Julie Foster, Once Upon a Time in the Midlands

1968-02-25

Sigrid Groothuis, The Moving True Story of a Woman Ahead of Her Time

1968-02-26

Ursula Sarcev, Nemesis 3: Time Lapse

1968-04-20

Andrea Chiesa, Time

1968-05-31

Oriana Nicole Tavoularis, Dead Time Tales

1968-07-06

Lauren Montgomery, Nude Bondage: Real Time

1968-07-14

Jeffery A. Thomas, Time of Her Life

1968-07-18

Florin Piersic Jr., Killing Time

1968-07-28

Shinya Hasegawa, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1968-08-27

Matthew Ridge, Ansett New Zealand Time of Your Life

1968-09-26

Anthony Shadid, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, New York Times foreign correspondent and two time Pulitzer winner, (d. 2012)

1968-10-02

Karen Dunkerton, Young Talent Time

1968-10-31

Antonio Davis, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1968-11-07

Duane Willoughby, Zombie Dickheads in Time Insensitive

1968-12-11

Nicholas Strouse, Doin' Time on Planet Earth

1969-01-03

Michael Schumacher, Hurth, Germany, Formula One racing driver (seven time world champion)

1969-01-11

Christopher Goss, Time Lapse

1969-03-05

Paul Blackthorne, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1969-04-01

T.J. Newton, Time Keeps on Skippin'

1969-04-13

Harold Pruett, rocker (Outsiders-Time Won't Let Me)

1969-05-15

Emmitt Smith, running back (Dallas Cowboys, 3-time NFL rushing leader)

1969-05-19

Laurent Courtiaud, Running Out of Time

1969-06-01

Erin Hartwell, Phila, time trial cyclist (Olymp-bronze/silver-92, 96)

1969-06-17

Shelby Evans, Hot Tub Time Machine 2

1969-06-24

David Giancola, Time Chasers

1969-07-16

Lawrence Ferber, Birthday Time

1969-07-28

Estrella Capin, The Land Before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock

1969-08-25

Rachel Shelley, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1969-10-11

Ty Murray, rodeo cowboy(5-time all-around world champion)

1969-10-26

James Andrew Clark, Time Warp

1969-10-30

Mark Schwab, The Last Time I Saw Soap

1969-11-04

Matthew McConaughey, Uvalde, Texas, American actor (Contact, A Time to Kill)

1969-11-08

J.D. Larabee, Uncle Pete's Play Time

1969-11-14

Steven Montfort, Right Place Right Time

1969-11-28

Ken Horiuchi, Neptune no chô taiken! Time Warp Travel - Jikan ryokô de edo jidai e -

1969-12-21

Mark Pegg, The Waiting Time

1969-9-07

Paula Frances, Who Am I This Time?

1969-9-20

Davor Dujmovic, Time of the Gypsies

1970-01-04

Josh Stamberg, The Time Machine

1970-01-04

Natascia Diaz, Out o' Time

1970-01-19

Marc Crandall, Marching Out of Time

1970-01-30

Chris Jacobs, Nick of Time

1970-02-22

Craig Warnock, Time Bandits

1970-03-01

Tony Armer, A Time To

1970-03-10

Lauren Morrell, The Last Good Time

1970-06-16

Phil Mickelson, San Diego California, PGA golfer (five-time major winner)

1970-06-26

Natasha Rand, The Time Machine

1970-08-08

Katie Van Ree, Young Talent Time

1970-08-09

Yashpal Sharma, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1970-10-19

Vince Del Tito, Young Talent Time

1970-11-12

Andrew MacArthur, The First Time

1970-12-24

Beven Addinsall, Young Talent Time

1970-12-31

Nick Curtis, The Land Before Time

1970-12-31

Christine Cahill, Hard Time

1970-9-01

Atsuko Yuya, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1970-9-14

Mark Warner, Killing Time

1971-01-03

Idan Alterman, Time of Favor

1971-01-25

Kimberly Prendez, Until Next Time

1971-02-01

Jim Sangster, The Making of the Trial of a Time Lord: Part One - Mysterious Planet

1971-02-04

Rob Corddry, Hot Tub Time Machine

1971-02-25

Christien Anholt, Ben 10: Race Against Time

1971-03-14

Dani Rosen, The Time that Remains

1971-03-27

Mariah Carey, NYC, singer (Love Takes Time, Hero)

1971-04-01

Jodie Milks, So Little Time

1971-04-05

Ken Horkavy, World Enough and Time

1971-05-16

Lorena Novoa, Young Talent Time

1971-05-28

Gonny Gaakeer, The Moving True Story of a Woman Ahead of Her Time

1971-05-29

Gina Torrecilla, Britney, Baby, One More Time

1971-05-31

Webb Wilcoxen, A Time to Dance: The Life and Work of Norma Canner

1971-06-09

Gilles De Bilde, Money Time

1971-07-03

Jason Hale, Prime Time

1971-07-21

Aladino V. Debert, The Time Machine

1971-07-26

Cecilia Tijerina, Once Upon a Time in Mexico

1971-08-05

Jonathan Bourne, Britney, Baby, One More Time

1971-08-09

Alan Hendrick, It's Getting Harder All the Time

1971-10-27

Alaine Kashian, Where in Time Is Carmen Sandiego?

1971-11-24

Cosmas Ndeti, three-time Boston Marathon winner

1971-12-22

Jonathan Fener, Stan Time

1972-02-27

Richard Coyle, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

1972-03-27

Roberto López Valencia, The Last Time

1972-04-05

Richard J. Thomson, Time Demon

1972-04-15

Dana Emberson, Good Time Max

1972-04-19

Gabriel McKail, Mad Dog Time

1972-05-18

Maaike Stutterheim, Concealed Time

1972-06-09

Greg Poynton, Young Talent Time

1972-06-13

Thomas Milburn Jr., Wrong Place Wrong Time

1972-07-11

Fabrizio Prada, Real Time

1972-07-21

Vito M. Gambino, Time Bomb

1972-10-16

Marta Waldera, Time to Die

1972-12-06

Ruba Nadda, Cairo Time

1972-9-10

Justin Hanrahan, Once Upon a Time in Cabramatta

1973-01-12

Greg Morton, The First Time

1973-01-16

John Campbell-Mac, Hit the Big Time

1973-01-20

Jeff Kueppers, Part Time Fabulous

1973-02-23

Spencer Chandler, Another Time, Maybe

1973-03-10

Xelinda Yancy, Time Out

1973-03-26

Christopher Canary, A Time for the Heart

1973-04-09

Michael Matthew Barker, For All Time

1973-04-26

Nick Chevalier, Time Cops

1973-05-11

C. Kim Miles, Out of Time

1973-06-05

Christine Harwart, The Time Traveler's Wife

1973-06-18

Aiko Wakatsuki, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1973-07-22

Jae Woo Park, Dino Time

1973-08-29

Jason Spisak, Time Lapse

1973-10-02

Regina Romain, A Time to Kill

1973-10-17

Christopher Bauder, No Lost Time

1973-11-07

Markus Pincek, Time Capsule

1973-11-08

Paul Shottner, Part Time Mugger

1973-11-28

Gina Tognoni, This Time Around

1973-11-29

Denise Carroll, Time's Up, Eve

1973-12-15

Gísli Örn Garðarsson, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

1973-12-19

Anika Larsen, Long Time Coming

1973-9-03

Zabou, Time Demon

1973-9-28

Thomas Mona, Gift Long Time a Coming

1974-01-06

Lee-zen Lee, Once Upon a Time in Beitou

1974-01-23

Natalie Miller, Young Talent Time

1974-01-28

Danny Dukes, First Time Swallows Vol. 2

1974-02-06

Shawn Storer, The Time Traveler's Wife

1974-02-06

Michaël Souhaité, Very First Time

1974-02-26

Jonathon E. Stewart, Doing Time

1974-03-05

Daniel Bronzite, Long Time Dead

1974-03-10

Devin Reeve, Time

1974-04-29

Jack Kinman, Adventure Time

1974-04-30

Midori Ando, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1974-05-03

Steven M. Smith, Time of Her Life

1974-06-15

Massimiliano Mauceri, Once Upon a Time a King

1974-07-31

Giancarlo Volpe, JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time

1974-08-28

Kaori Mizuhashi, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

1974-10-04

Mia Roth, Twilight Time

1974-10-06

Michael Carvaines, Time and Tide

1974-11-02

Jennifer Fontaine, The Last Time We Were...

1974-11-16

Anthony Davis, Bang on Time

1974-11-20

Jason Faunt, Power Rangers Time Force - Quantum Ranger: Clash for Control

1974-11-28

Anders Bramsen, Time Is But Brief

1974-9-02

Channone, Time Demon

1974-9-07

Christopher Fetchko, All in Time

1974-9-16

Mark Overholt, First Time

1974-9-24

Kristofer McNeeley, Time of Fear

1975-01-08

Rish Mustaine, Dead on Time

1975-02-05

Myndy Crist, The Time Machine

1975-02-07

James Lee Dallas, Twinkle Time Web Series

1975-02-08

Marc Wootton, Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel

1975-02-12

Winston Elizalde, Big Time

1975-02-16

Shunsuke Nakamura, The Little Girl Who Conquered Time

1975-03-02

Elizabeth Karsell, Western Time Warp

1975-04-13

Luis Calvo Ramos, Prime Time

1975-04-28

Alitzah, Twinkle Time

1975-04-30

Michael Chaturantabut, The Time Machine

1975-04-30

Johnny Galecki, In Time

1975-05-05

Firat Tanis, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

1975-05-08

Enrique Iglesias, Hot Tub Time Machine

1975-05-18

Loris Vigiani, Dead on Time

1975-07-01

Johnnie Nuich, Young Talent Time - Now... 1990

1975-07-03

Mariana Sánchez, In the Time of the Butterflies

1975-07-09

Kelly Cowherd, Escape Through Time

1975-07-12

Emiliano Aiello, The Place and the Time

1975-08-03

YoYo Mung, Running Out of Time

1975-08-04

Francisca Opazo, Time Off

1975-11-07

Rebecca McGill, Hang Time

1975-11-21

Miles Simon, Hang Time

1975-12-06

Michael Anthony Panella, The Greatest Story of All Time

1975-12-10

Juanita Coco, Young Talent Time

1975-12-28

Elvira Bolgova, Once Upon a Time in the Provinces

1975-9-02

Eli Faes, Puberty: Benji's Special Time

1975-9-25

Roman Elenovitch, Time of Favor

1976-01-08

Jaysan Lunt, Taking Time

1976-02-03

Jennifer Keister, Until Next Time

1976-02-15

Ronnie Vannucci, About Time

1976-02-15

Laurie Seidman, Twice Upon a Time

1976-04-02

Jenn MacLean-Angus, Out of Time

1976-04-07

John Guleserian, About Time

1976-04-15

Kellee Stewart, Hot Tub Time Machine

1976-04-23

Gabriel Damon, The Land Before Time

1976-05-11

Kevin Kelly, Once Upon a Time in Queens

1976-06-10

Vanessa Ionta Wright, The Time Changer

1976-06-11

Kevin Sabbe, Yahoo's Daytime in No Time

1976-08-01

Herbert 'Flight Time' Lang, Practice with the Globetrotters

1976-08-09

James Lafazanos, The Time Traveler's Wife

1976-08-15

Krista Mitchell, Time Machine

1976-08-23

Darren Scharf, Killing Time

1976-10-01

Yoshiaki Yoza, Summer Time Machine Blues

1976-10-12

John Baumgaertner, Making Time

1976-10-19

Rikki Arnot, Young Talent Time

1976-10-29

Jamie Deeks, Reaction Time 2

1976-11-22

Mitsutaka Itakura, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1976-12-14

Solange Guenier, Tina Turner: One Last Time Live in Concert

1976-12-20

Ramon Stoppelenburg, One Couch at a Time

1976-12-31

Mona Lisa, Private Casting X 15: Anita's First Time

1976-9-15

Clare Louise Turton, Tina Turner: One Last Time Live in Concert

1977-02-02

Shakira [Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll], Barranquilla, Colombian pop singer ('Whenever Wherever', 'Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)')

1977-02-02

Shakira, Love in the Time of Cholera

1977-02-03

Matt Charles, Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time

1977-03-03

Derek Lajeunesse, A Bryk at a Time

1977-04-26

Brandon White, Detective Conan: The Time Bombed Skyscraper

1977-06-01

Willard Cochrane, Out of Time

1977-06-14

Mark C. Hanson, Time Lapse

1977-06-19

Daniel de Oliveira, Cazuza: Time Doesn't Stop

1977-08-29

Craig Parten, Once Upon a Time in New York

1977-10-15

Summer Stevens, Conventions of Space and Time

1977-11-02

Jeremy Dineen, Hot Tub Time Machine

1977-11-22

Joslyn James, Bikini Time Machine

1977-12-12

Josh Heald, Hot Tub Time Machine

1977-12-27

Sinead Keenan, The End of Time: Part One

1977-9-25

Justin Zaza, The Most Famous Celebrity of All Time!

1978-01-11

Chris Dent, The Time Machine

1978-01-22

Lee Neville, Time Always Moving

1978-02-03

Kelly Sullivan, Found in Time

1978-02-12

Gethin Jones, Who Peter: Partners in Time - 1963-1989

1978-02-16

Jukka Korhonen, Time to Die

1978-02-17

Munenori Nagano, Summer Time Machine Blues

1978-04-14

Morgan Faust, Tick Tock Time Emporium

1978-04-28

Pablo Solis, Time Off

1978-05-01

Sachie Hara, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1978-06-06

Judith Barsi, The Land Before Time

1978-06-10

Erin Danneman, Once Upon a Time in the Hood

1978-06-12

Shiloh Strong, actor (Maybe This Time, House of Cards)

1978-06-21

Nathan Brimmer, Benefit of Time

1978-07-03

Tara de Guzman, Time of Death

1978-08-29

Chikashi Kubota, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1978-10-01

China Barbie, Me Luv U Long Time

1978-10-08

Emiri Nakayama, Time Keepers

1978-10-23

Anderson William, Time

1978-11-04

Simon Barber, Killing Time at Home

1978-12-02

Jason Collins, Decision Time

1978-12-12

Manda Hunter, Awaiting Time

1978-12-16

Joe Absolom, Long Time Dead

1978-12-19

Robert Scheid, Time Stands Still

1978-12-26

Nick Heim, The Greatest Story of All Time

1978-9-30

Alex Potter, Doing Time

1979-01-04

Casey Heim, The Greatest Story of All Time

1979-02-17

Nevin Millan, In Another Time

1979-02-25

Christopher Wehkamp, Is It Time to Swap?

1979-03-16

Marcela Mar, Love in the Time of Cholera

1979-03-24

Emraan Hashmi, Once Upon a Time in Mumbai

1979-04-01

Jérémie Damoiseau, Broken Time

1979-04-16

Dirk Stollberg, Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 1, It's About Time

1979-06-25

Janis Lozano, Found in Time

1979-06-28

Kipp Hennen, Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel

1979-08-02

Adolfo Martinelli, The First Time

1979-08-04

Nic Zaino, Time Changer

1979-08-24

Michael Aaron Santos, The Last Time

1979-10-15

Robert Baker, Out of Time

1979-11-07

Daniel Dam, Love in the Time of Cholera

1979-11-19

Keith Buckley - American singer (Every Time I Die)

1979-11-23

Christa Johnson, Expansion Time

1979-12-12

Joseph Tan, Time to Kill

1979-12-15

Amber Fosse, Time to Time

1979-12-18

Rob Kraut, Out of Time

1979-9-10

Coby Kincaide, 1st Time Tryers, Volume 21

1979-9-27

Jon Garland, It's Never as Bad as the First Time

1980-01-03

Kyle Willshire, Killing Time

1980-01-10

Carrie Reichenbach, Winky-Dink Time

1980-01-31

Ian Quigley, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D

1980-02-05

Rob LaPoint, The Greatest Story of All Time

1980-02-29

Khris Burton, Maybe Another Time

1980-03-17

Ji-Yeon Park, Time

1980-03-25

Dean Stobbart, Killing Time

1980-04-17

Alaina Huffman, As Time Goes By

1980-05-03

Candace Hutson, The Land Before Time

1980-06-09

Eduardo Pires, Cazuza: Time Doesn't Stop

1980-07-04

Karron Karr, Go Time!

1980-07-13

Ian Duffy, Hot Tub Time Machine

1980-07-20

Gracy Singh, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

1980-07-23

Lisa Black, Once Upon a Time: The Rock Opera

1980-07-24

Fabrício Bittar, First Time

1980-08-22

Jay Matteo, Expansion Time

1980-11-08

Nazim Ugur Özüaydin, Rain Time

1980-11-18

Joe Dickens, Landlord: Time to Pay the Rent

1980-11-20

Liisa Evastina, Spare Time Killers

1980-11-27

Rod Blackhurst, Alone Time

1980-9-12

Ming-Yu Lee, Time Variations

1980-9-20

Jay Javeri, Samay: When Time Strikes

1981-01-16

Joshua Martorana, No Time for Gators

1981-01-25

Michael Brown, Mini's First Time

1981-01-30

Ron Holsey, Big Time Concert

1981-02-13

Christine Solomon, A Time for Us

1981-04-07

Kelli Young, All-Time Greatest Party Songs

1981-04-22

Michael William Freeman, In Time

1981-04-30

Josh Finn, Time Enough at Last

1981-05-02

Jason Sheppard, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D

1981-05-05

Craig David, About Time

1981-05-05

Jeremy Leiner, About Time

1981-05-11

Djamel Bennecib, Time to Pretend

1981-05-19

Sara Akhteh, In Time

1981-05-22

Michael di Martino, Killing Time

1981-05-27

Peter J. Morton, Time Out

1981-05-27

Andy Rossi, Time to Go

1981-05-30

Gregory Michael, Trilogy Time

1981-06-13

David Madden, 4th-ranked Jeopardy! champion of all-time

1981-06-30

Aaron Perilo, In Time

1981-07-26

Abe Forsythe, Marking Time

1981-08-15

Kevin Nesgoda, One Last Time

1981-08-15

Matt L. O'Connor, Time Is a Thief

1981-08-19

Jeff Jacobs, Dinner Time Pest

1981-08-22

Mya Schmalz, The Time Machine

1981-08-23

Jeb Heil, Small Time

1981-08-25

Raef Lawson, A Time to Deal

1981-11-07

Krystal Harris, Time Runner

1981-12-02

Britney Spears, Kentwood, Louisiana, singer and popstar ("Baby One More Time," "Oops! ...I did it again" and "I'm A Slave 4 U")

1981-9-13

Chun-Han Shih, Freezing of Time

1982-01-03

Jack Pattillo, The Best Red vs. Blue. Ever. Of All Time

1982-02-06

Ricky Kennedy, The History of Time Travel

1982-03-01

Clay Goodpasture, Baby Time Share

1982-03-24

Willy Lavendel, Hot Tub Time Machine

1982-03-29

Chad Rook, Out of Time

1982-04-04

Lukasz Madziar, First Time

1982-04-08

Travis Brooks, Just in Time for Christmas

1982-04-26

Ali Fatehi, By Time

1982-06-04

Jamie Brooks, Running on Indian Time

1982-06-07

Cathy Baron, In Time

1982-06-30

Gabriel Delgado Petersen, The House at the End of Time

1982-07-13

Dan Liu, First Time Again

1982-08-03

Brandon DeGroat, Time Refugees

1982-08-16

Mohamed Ghouse, In Time

1982-08-29

Mayana Moura, Time and the Wind

1982-10-25

Mark Germani, Once Upon a Time on the Beach

1982-10-26

Seeth McGavien, Time Roulette

1982-10-31

Katie Cofield, Once Upon a Time: The Rock Opera

1982-10-31

Meghan Sanders, Hot Tub Time Machine 2

1982-11-06

Lisa Cohrs, Air Time

1982-11-06

Nicole Cohrs, Air Time

1982-11-29

Cathy Tsui, Time and Tide

1982-12-07

Alexandra Zayas, Each Time I Kill

1982-12-08

Rachel Diamond, Killing Time

1982-12-11

Adam Stripple, Time of Her Life

1982-12-14

Nickolaus Swedlund, All the Time in the World

1982-9-05

Matthew Gray, In Real Time: Dog Eat Dog

1982-9-14

Noah Green, Buying Time

1982-9-29

Erin Armstrong, Time Out

1983-01-01

Raissa Dietl, Once Upon a Time a Clown Fell in Love wIth a Ballerina

1983-01-13

Matea Marsic, Time

1983-01-17

Adam Bayless, In Time

1983-01-22

Sacha Dominis, Once Upon a Time the City of Fools

1983-01-25

Juliana Hansen, The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists

1983-01-30

Géraldine Bazán, In the Time of the Butterflies

1983-02-14

Eugenio I. Baldonedo, Prime Time

1983-02-19

Vyacheslav Golovkin, Lucky: No Time for Love

1983-03-11

John Sutherland, The Fire This Time

1983-03-17

Matthew Louis Siegel, No Time Like the Future

1983-03-20

Nick Santa Croce, Hot Tub Time Machine 2

1983-05-26

Erin Stegeman, Once Upon a Time: The Rock Opera

1983-06-13

Antonio Iglesias, Prime Time

1983-06-30

Josh Ruben, For a Good Time, Call...

1983-07-25

Richie Chance, Big Time Rush

1983-08-12

Abel Martín, Prime Time

1983-08-13

Elisha Yaffe, Time Travel Lover

1983-10-08

Pablo Silva González, Time after time

1983-10-15

Neil Gowan, Time & Chance

1983-10-20

Nishan Hagop, Time to Go

1983-12-15

Jeff Prosser, Mini's First Time

1983-12-15

Samantha Gardner, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

1983-12-19

Sean Erin Francis Teague, Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 1, It's About Time

1983-12-21

Juan Gama de Cossio, Prime Time

1983-9-07

Sohel Rodrigues, Once Upon a Time in Mumbai

1983-9-14

Amy Winehouse, About Time

1984-01-03

Wan Lee, Once Upon a Time in Seoul

1984-02-07

Amanda Heim, The Greatest Story of All Time

1984-03-26

Sterling Sulieman, In Time

1984-04-23

Jesse Lee Soffer, In Time

1984-05-29

Brian Mosoff, Real Time

1984-06-10

Eric Schinzer, Everything's New in Lost Time

1984-06-10

Deborah Prat, First Time on Film

1984-06-15

Ray Santiago, In Time

1984-07-23

Evgeniy Tkachuk, Once Upon a Time in Odessa

1984-08-17

Mark Hemphill, Deal Time

1984-08-29

Matias Malmivaara, Time to Die

1984-10-13

Alex Herrald, Business Time

1984-10-27

Mika Lakanen, Time to Die

1984-11-24

Jake Goodhart, That Time of Year

1984-11-30

Tara Charisma, Time Is of the Assence

1984-12-06

Rory S. Durno, Hot Tub Time Machine

1984-12-25

Ken Cooper, Once Upon a Time

1984-9-26

Keisha Buchanan, About Time

1985-01-15

Mona Hala, Cairo Time

1985-01-20

Natalie Hall, No Time to Fear

1985-04-24

James Cooper, Interview with a Time Traveler

1985-05-05

Clark Duke, Hot Tub Time Machine

1985-05-14

Emilio Pittier Garcia, The House at the End of Time

1985-05-15

Onur Yildiz, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

1985-05-17

Ava Miller, FTV: First Time Video Girls - Maura

1985-05-21

Mutya Buena, About Time

1985-05-24

Kelly Kroft, All-Time Best Facials

1985-06-05

Stephanie Matys, Once Upon a Time in Toronto

1985-06-19

Sean Fitzgerald, The First Time

1985-06-20

Collins Pennie, In Time

1985-07-02

Annie Ospina, I've Had the Time of My Life

1985-07-04

Marco Pasqua, Back in Time

1985-07-25

Ivy Brooke, Face Time!

1985-07-26

Ken Morris, For a Good Time, Call...

1985-07-31

Ivan Kander, Finding Time

1985-08-11

Will Jaymes, Once Upon a Time in the Playground

1985-08-29

Amiée Conn, Once Upon a Time: The Rock Opera

1985-10-07

Victoria Lawson, Emmanuelle Through Time: Emmanuelle's Skin City

1985-10-10

Heather Hogan, The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure

1985-12-02

Alexandra Lam, Time Management

1985-12-26

Devin Lloyd, A Time to Kill

1985-9-12

Andreas Wigand, In Time

1985-9-12

Adam Pasquali, Tiki Time

1986-02-02

Gemma Arterton, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

1986-02-19

Alex Oppenheimer, The Time Being

1986-03-02

Ethan Peck, In Time

1986-03-08

Sezen Kayhan, Time of the Plums

1986-05-02

Alex Montilla, Hot Tub Time Machine

1986-05-20

Vitória Frate, Once Upon a Time in Rio

1986-05-30

Will Peltz, In Time

1986-06-25

James Nanavati, That Time of Year

1986-07-02

Matthew Patton, Life in Extra Time

1986-07-09

Kiely Williams, Doin' Time in Suite 2330

1986-07-23

Reece Ritchie, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

1986-08-08

Jason Sigritz, Super Bro Time

1986-10-25

Will Harris, In Time

1986-12-11

Gary Carr, Killing Time

1986-12-12

Blake Brown, A Time to Be So Small

1986-12-13

Emilio Mejia, The Time Being

1986-12-19

Jamie Lecuyer, Once Upon a Time in The Midwest

1986-9-03

Jason Reynolds, Escape Through Time

1987-02-10

Takuya Ishida, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1987-02-28

Michael Gamarano, Time

1987-03-16

Kristopher Higgins, In Time

1987-04-01

Jenna Presley, Bikini Time Machine

1987-04-29

Noah Hutton, Deep Time

1987-06-06

Rachel Korman, Borrowed Time

1987-06-16

Gemma Shorter, Double Time and a Half

1987-07-23

Devin Bockrath, Party Time Party Time

1987-07-28

Kôki Katô, Time Traveller

1987-08-04

William DuFresne, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1987-10-15

John E. Henderson, Time, Care and Attention

1987-12-18

Sneha Ullal, Lucky: No Time for Love

1987-12-23

Vanessa Sanchez, When It's Your Time

1987-9-03

Radek Sienski, A Question of Time

1987-9-27

Andrea Flader, First Time Again

1988-01-05

Christopher Gaudet, Your Time Is Gonna Come

1988-01-06

Xian Mikol, Time Framed

1988-02-06

Danny Stewart, A Long Time Gone

1988-03-20

Taylor Sardoni, Side Effects May Include: Time Travel

1988-03-24

Nick Lashaway, In Time

1988-04-04

Drew James, In Time

1988-04-07

Kyle Schwarz, A Time for War II

1988-04-17

Jamie Kerr, Time of the Wolf

1988-04-25

Aaron O'Neill, The Circle of Perpetual Time

1988-05-07

Shouya Sugiyama, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1988-06-03

Melissa Macedo, Time Lapsed

1988-06-03

Michelle Macedo, Time Lapsed

1988-06-08

Taylor Lawrence, Outta Time

1988-07-15

Hana Hatae, Hard Time

1988-07-23

Pippa Bennett-Warner, Time Heist

1988-08-26

Teri Black, Small Time Crooks

1988-11-19

Cadence Calibre, The First Time

1988-11-24

Shiori Yokohari, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1988-12-12

Sonoka Matsuoka, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1988-12-14

Teppei Takayama, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1988-12-17

Ryan Alexander Dewar, Time Teens: The Beginning

1988-12-21

Alexi Melvin, Time Out of Mind

1988-12-30

Mark Shannon, Life in Extra Time

1988-9-19

Adam Albanese, Short on Time

1989-01-04

Edward Ruttle, Hot Tub Time Machine

1989-01-05

Kara MacLean, The Time Traveler's Wife

1989-01-08

Adriano Elias, Time and the Wind

1989-02-20

Carlyn Sarah Connolly, Once Upon a Time Never Comes Again

1989-03-22

Shannon Drapalski, Killing Time

1989-07-02

Omero Mumba, The Time Machine

1989-07-31

Jessica Williams, Hot Tub Time Machine 2

1989-08-30

Ayami Kakiuchi, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1989-11-09

Helmann Wilhelm, Killing Time

1989-9-14

Logan Henderson, Big Time Movie

1990-01-14

Grant Gustin, Out of Time

1990-01-17

Justin Schuoler, Once Upon a Time in Tampa

1990-02-13

Anthony Phillips, First Time Loser

1990-02-26

Bidrohi Dipon, Time & Again

1990-03-16

Korey McIsaac, Alby Time

1990-05-15

William Sitts, Time Capsule

1990-06-18

Mitsuki Tanimura, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1990-06-25

Chrissa Villanueva, KCON-ventionaly Good Time

1990-06-26

James Peverill, As Time Passes

1990-07-16

James Maslow, Big Time Movie

1990-08-10

Eli Kenneth Mallon, Time of the Apes

1990-08-29

Laura Ashley Samuels, In Time

1990-10-10

Megan Moore, Britney Pierce... Fuck Me Baby One More Time

1990-10-11

Nagisa Adaniya, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1990-10-24

Lamarcus Tinker, The First Time

1990-11-02

Kendall Schmidt, Big Time Movie

1991-01-16

Brian Rider, Third Time's the Charm

1991-05-13

Amy Kingston, Once Upon a Time in Mumbai

1991-06-01

Blaine Miller, Good Time Max

1991-07-24

Yuki Sekido, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1991-08-02

Zuleyka Silver, In Time

1991-12-08

Lucas Biscombe, Time of the Wolf

1991-12-23

Jade Fisher, Third Time's the Charm

1991-9-03

Catalin Adrian Iova, Our Big Time

1992-01-11

Alanah Rafferty, The Desert Island All Time Top 5 Songs of Tragedy

1992-01-23

Leeza Lovette, Filled for the First Time

1992-04-25

Cansu Demirci, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

1992-05-08

Ana Mulvoy-Ten, First Time Loser

1992-11-04

Johnny Morales Jr., Time Bomb

1992-12-03

Tyler Silvers, Time Is on My Side

1993-02-06

Riley Cantner, Once Upon a Time on the Beach

1993-04-05

Csongor Simon, Time to push off

1993-11-23

Dakota Lustick, Killing time

1994-03-01

Justin Bieber, London Ontario, Canadian pop singer (Baby, One Time)

1994-03-01

Fumiya Togawa, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

1994-05-24

Shunsuke Okubo, Clocks Tell the Time

1994-05-25

Jennifer Pinches, The Space Time Continuum: Thoughts from Dublin

1994-07-12

Storm Ascher, The Keeper of Time

1995-06-14

Ruben Martinez, Time in Between

1995-08-13

Precious Wright, Time to Crime

1995-10-03

Hailey McCann, The Time Traveler's Wife

1995-11-30

Bryanna Hartung, The Time Traveler's Wife

1996-04-30

Antonia Lingemann, Time You Change

1996-06-09

Devon Goyo, Time Bomb

1996-12-08

Leah Coleman, Signing Time! - Story Time

1997-01-06

John-Alan Slachta, Time of Death

1997-04-23

Alex Ferris, The Time Traveler's Wife

1997-07-17

Lorenz Willkomm, Our Big Time

1998-11-30

Paige Lindgren, It's Time, Part 2

1999-03-17

John Ferraro, The Time Capsule

1999-10-29

Lauren Dundee, The Time Capsule

1999-9-11

Jett Good, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D

2000-01-14

Jonah Bryson, A Sweet Spot in Time

2000-10-06

Breckyn Hunter, Awaiting Time

2001-10-14

Rowan Blanchard, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D

2002-01-07

Alena LeBerger, A Moment in Time

2002-01-07

Gabrielle LeBerger, A Moment in Time

2002-07-23

Jacob Nathaniel, In the Nick of Time

2002-9-05

Riley Kehoe, A Time to Remember

2009-02-19

Carrington McCalester, Oldest First-Time Mother

Time - Notable Weddings

Johann S BachOct 17, 1707

Fred AstaireJul 12, 1933

Colonel SandersNov 18, 1948

Lucille BallJun 1, 1949

Elizabeth TaylorMay 6, 1950

Marilyn MonroeJun 29, 1956

Roy CampanellaMay 5, 1964

Erle Stanley GardnerAug 9, 1968

Donna SummerAug 5, 1971

Diego MaradonaNov 7, 1984

Hana MandlikovaJul 25, 1986

Larry BirdSep 30, 1989

Barbra StreisandJul 1, 1998

EminemJun 14, 1999

Nick FaldoJul 28, 2001

Stevie WonderSep 1, 2001

Time - Weddings
Date Event
1707-10-17

German composer Johann S Bach marries for the 1st time his cousin Maria Barbara Bach

1933-07-12

Fifth Greatest Male Star of All Time Fred Astaire (34) weds socialite Phyllis Livingston Potter (25)

1937-10-05

Two-time Oscar winner actor Anthony Quinn (22) weds actress Katherine de Mille (26)

1948-11-18

KFC founder Colonel Sanders (58) weds his long-time employee Claudia Price

1949-06-01

Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz wed for the second time

1950-05-06

Elizabeth Taylor (18) marries for the 1st time to hotel heir Conrad "Nicky" Hilton (23)

1952-02-21

Actress Elizabeth Taylor (19) marries for the 2nd time to actor Michael Wilding (39)

1956-06-06

Three-time Olympic Champion figure skater Sonja Henie (44) weds Norwegian shipping magnate and art patron Niels Onstad (47)

1956-06-29

Actress and sex symbol Marilyn Monroe (30) weds for 3rd time playwright Arthur Miller (40) at White Plains Court House in White Plains, New York

1957-02-02

Actress Elizabeth Taylor (24) marries for the 3rd time to Producer Mike Todd (47)

1959-05-12

Actress Elizabeth Taylor's (27) marries for the 4th time to entertainer Eddie Fisher (30)

1964-03-15

Actress Elizabeth Taylor (32) marries for the 5th time to actor Richard Burton (38)

1964-05-05

Hall of Fame catcher Roy Campanella (41) weds long-time friend Roxie Joynes

1968-08-09

Detective writer Erle Stanley Gardner (79) weds his long-time secretary Agnes Jean Bethell

1971-08-05

Five-time Grammy Award singer Donna Summer (22) weds actor Helmuth Sommer

1976-12-04

Actress Elizabeth Taylor (44) marries for the 7th time to politician John Warner (49)

1980-07-16

Five-time Grammy Award singer Donna Summer (31) weds award winning arranger Bruce Sudano (31) in Los Angeles, California

1984-01-28

Mr Glynn Wolfe marries for non-bigamous record 26th time, Las Vegas

1984-11-07

FIFA soccer player Diego Maradona (24) weds long-time fiancée Claudia Villafañe in Buenos Aires

1986-07-25

Four-time tennis player champ Hana Mandlikova (24) weds restaurateur Jan Sedlak at Prague's old town hall

1989-02-18

Steve Garvey marries Candace Thomas while at same time being accused of fathering children by 2 other women

1989-06-26

Melanie Griffith & Don Johnson marry for 2nd time

1989-09-30

NBA legend Larry Bird (32) weds long-time girlfriend Dinah Mattingly in Terre Haute, Indiana

1991-10-06

Actress Elizabeth Taylor (59) weds for 8th time to construction worker Larry Fortensky (39)

1992-09-05

Andrew "Dice" Clay marries his long time partner Trinie

1993-09-04

Five-time U.S. national champion figure pair skater Jerod Swallow (26) weds his partner Elizabeth Punsalen

1996-04-27

Romanian gymnast and three-time Olympic gold medalist Nadia Comaneci (35) weds gymnast champion Bart Conner (38) in Bucharest, Romania

1996-06-23

Five-time Olympic speedskater gold medalist Bonnie Blair (32) weds four-time Olympian Dave Cruikshank (27) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1996-09-21

Supermodel Christie Brinkey marries for 4th time to Peter Cook

1997-07-28

Two-time Grammy Award winner Sheena Easton (38) weds documentary director Timothy Delarm (35) in Las Vegas

1998-07-01

Eight-time Grammy Award-winning singer Barbra Streisand (57) weds actor James Brolin (58) in Malibu

1999-06-14

Rapper Eminem marries Kimberly Anne Scott for the 1st time

2001-07-28

Six-time golf winner Nick Faldo (44) weds third wife Valerie Bercher on a lavish ceremony in Windsor, England

2001-09-01

Singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder (51) marries for second time fashion designer Kai Millard Morris

2004-01-12

Two-time Oscar-winning cinematographer Janusz Kaminski (44) weds ABC-TV correspondent Rebecca Rankin in Los Angeles

2005-05-21

"Second Time Around" actor Boris Kodjoe (32) weds "Soul Food" actress Nicole Ari Parker (34) in Gundelfingen, Germany

2005-06-27

"The Young and The Restless" actress Melody Thomas Scott (49) weds supervising producer of the CBS daytime drama Edward J. Scott (60) for the second time in Las Vegas, Nevada

2006-01-14

Rapper Eminem marries Kimberly Anne Scott for the 2nd time

2006-04-08

Two-time Latin Grammy Award-winning Spanish gypsy singer Rosario Flores (42) weds "Kingdom of Heaven" first assistant director Pedro Lazaga on a small village Canos de Meca in Cadiz, Spain

2006-05-06

Race car driver "Champ Car World Series" two time winner Sebastien Bourdais (27) weds Claire Bagot at Cathedral Saint-Julien in Le Mans, France

2006-07-07

Three-time "Survivor" contestant Stephanie LaGrossa (26) weds Michael Ward in Seaside Heights, New Jersey

2006-11-04

Radio and television journalist Alison Stewart (40) weds MSNBC vice-president of prime-time programming Bill Wolff (40) at the stylish New York restaurant Cipriani 23rd Street

2009-05-04

Two-time Tony winner singer-actress Bebe Neuwirth (50) weds Napa Valley's Destino vineyard founder Chris Calkins at the Players Club in New York

2010-11-13

Major League Baseball pitcher Kyle Kendrick (26) married three-time "Survivor" contestant Stephanie LaGrossa (30) at Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California

2011-11-11

Sixteen-time Grammy Award-winning hit producer and songwriter David Foster (62) weds model Yolanda Hadid in Beverly Hills

2011-12-17

"The Descendants" actress Judy Greer (36) weds "Real Time with Bill Mahe"r co-executive producer Dean Johnsen at the Los Angeles Athletic Club

2013-01-19

Figure skater five-time world champion Michelle Kwan (32) weds director of strategic planning on the National Security Clay Pell at the First Unitarian Church of Providence, Rhode Island

2013-03-30

ER actor Mekhi Phifer (38) weds long time girlfriend Reshelet Barnes at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills, California

2014-01-04

Actress and singer Alexa Vega (25) weds Big Time Rush singer Carlos Pena Jr (24) in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Time - Notable Divorces

Hank WilliamsMay 29, 1952

Whitney HoustonApr 24, 2007

Shania TwainMay 29, 2010

Time - Divorces
Date Event
1952-05-29

Country music legend Hank Williams and Audrey Sheppard granted divorce for the second and final time after seven years of marriage. Their first divorce was in 1948.

2007-04-24

Recording artist and the most-awarded female act of all-time Whitney Houston (43) divorces R&B singer-songwriter Bobby Brown (38) due to irreconcilable differences after 14 years of marriage

2010-05-29

Five-time Grammy Award singer Shania Twain (42) divorces music producer Robert John Lange (59) after 14 years of marriage

Time - Notable Deaths

Molla MalloryNov 22, 1959

Time - Deaths
Date Event
1592-09-23

Michel de Montaigne, The Time of Love

1664-07-16

Andreas Gryphius, Meditation on Time

1880-10-20

Lydia Maria Child, Shining Time Station: 'Tis a Gift

1905-05-23

Martinus W van AA Meerbeke, head-editor (Time), dies at 75

1909-10-26

Itō Horiboemi, Japanese samurai, statesman and four time Prime Minister of Japan, assassinated by a Korean nationalist aged 68

1915-03-04

William Willett, inventor of Daylight Saving Time (b. 1856)

1918-07-30

Joyce Kilmer, Melody Time

1922-11-18

Marcel Proust, Marcel Proust's Time Regained

1930-01-02

Kenneth Hawks, Big Time

1931-09-09

Kate Phillips, The Sands of Time

1935-06-06

George Grossmith, The Time Machine

1936-08-06

Jules Hanft, One-Thing-At-a-Time O'Day

1937-08-07

Carl Winterhoff, The Sands of Time

1938-07-04

Suzanne Lenglen, 6 time Wimbledon champ, dies at 39 of anemia

1938-09-13

Samuel Alexander, Engl philosopher (Space, time & deity), dies at 79

1939-10-03

Fay Templeton, The March of Time

1940-06-11

F.D. Marchetti, Small Time Crooks

1940-12-21

Hal Kemp, Small Time Crooks

1941-05-12

Ruth Stonehouse, A Walloping Time

1941-07-26

Marx Dormoy, French socialist, killed by a time bomb

1943-12-09

George Cooper, Lilac Time

1944-01-01

C T B Turner, cricket (17 Tests 1886-95, 101 wkt All time great), dies

1945-12-19

Mary Wiggins, No Time for Love

1946-08-13

H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, sci-fi author (Time Machine), dies at 79

1947-01-09

Karl Mannheim, sociologist (Diagnosis of Our Time), dies at 53

1947-02-21

Gene Stone, Time to Expire

1947-09-11

Mildred Gover, Day-Time Wife

1947-12-06

Al Sack, Melody Time

1948-12-04

Harmon MacGregor, Tides of Time

1949-01-09

Tommy Handley, Time Flies

1949-10-01

Buddy Clark, Melody Time

1949-12-12

Dora Dean, Time Lock No. 776

1950-07-12

Karl Wüstenhagen, Martin Luther, His Life and Time

1950-12-08

Georges Metaxa, Swing Time

1951-11-09

Sigmund Romberg, Hungarian/US composer (Blossom Time), dies at 64

1952-11-01

Bud Murray, Time Out for Lessons

1952-12-22

Mir Jam, Love Isn't Always on Time

1953-02-11

Will E. Dulmage, Night Time in Nevada

1954-01-25

Cleve Moore, Lilac Time

1954-07-26

Ruth Bryan Owen, Once Upon a Time

1954-11-04

Joy Hathaway, Ahead of His Time

1955-11-04

Cy Young, pitcher and MLB all-time wins leader, dies at 88

1956-06-24

George Neff, Swing Time

1956-09-16

Klaus Landsberg, Time for Beany

1956-11-24

Frank Titterton, Waltz Time

1957-01-10

Gabriela Mistral, Time of the Angels

1959-01-22

Mike Hawthorn, English race car driver and one-time F1 world champion (b. 1929)

1959-03-02

Sam Ledner, No Time for Love

1959-06-20

Annette Vorbeck, The Young Have No Time

1959-09-25

Helen Broderick, comedienne/actress (Swing Time, Top Hat), dies

1959-11-22

Molla Mallory, eight-time U.S. Open tennis champion, dies at 75

1960-01-06

Edith Barstow, choreographer (Frankie Laine Time), dies at 52

1961-05-13

Gary Cooper, 2 time Acad award winning actor (High Noon), dies at 60

1961-09-30

Clint H. O'Reilly, Night Time in Nevada

1962-03-19

Jim Kirley, Swing Time

1963-03-28

Alec A Templeton, composer/pianist (Alec Templeton Time), dies at 52

1963-07-17

Mac Hyman, No Time for Sergeants

1963-08-05

Salvador Bacarisse, Of Time and the City

1963-12-05

Herbert Lehman, The March of Time: Volume 3, Number 11

1965-04-25

Earl Sitar, The Time of Your Life

1967-01-07

Albin Erlandzon, Gay Old Time

1968-04-07

Jim Clark, two-time F1 World Champion and winner of the Indianapolis 500, dies in a racing accident during a Formula 2 race at Hockenheim, Germany at 32

1968-07-14

Westbrook Van Voorhis, announcer (March of Time), dies at 64

1969-06-24

Ted Hecht, actor (Time to Kill, Song of India, Gangster)

1970-02-24

Conrad Nagel, actor (Celebrity Time), dies at 73

1970-04-27

Arthur Shields, actor (Your Show Time), dies at 73

1970-07-20

Iain Macleod, Conservative Party Politician and Chancellor of Exchequer at time of his death (b. 1913)

1973-09-20

Jim Croce, vocalist (Time in a Bottle), dies in a plane crash at 30

1974-10-12

Åke Falck, A Time in the Sun

1975-03-08

George Stevens, US director (Swing Time, Gunga Din), dies at 70

1975-06-08

William F Jenkins, author (Time Tunnel, Land of Giants), dies at 78

1975-07-15

Charles Weidman, US dancer/choreographer (Fables for Our Time), dies

1975-11-24

Paul Vogel, The Time Machine

1976-06-02

Alan Dewitt, actor (Mr Tyler-It's About Time), dies at 52

1976-06-07

Bobby Hackett, jazz cornetist/orchestra leader (Air time '57), dies at 61

1976-09-22

Janice Hood, Time Out for Lessons

1977-10-13

Bengt Lindström, A Time to Love and a Time to Die

1977-12-27

Dickie Humphries, Time Out for Lessons

1978-01-08

André Francois-Poncet, Munich or Peace in Our Time

1978-04-13

Paul McGrath, actor (Witness, No Time for Love), dies at 74

1979-03-19

Richard Beckinsale, actor (Doing Time, Porridge, Lovers), dies at 31

1979-06-12

Henry Berman, Swing Time

1979-08-06

Kurt Kasznar, The Last Time I Saw Paris

1980-02-29

Tore Lindwall, A Time in the Sun

1980-05-15

Lela Bliss, Time Enough at Last

1980-08-14

Richard Lancaster, Big Time Charlie

1980-12-06

Bernard Paul, Time to Live

1980-12-24

Walter Brand, Munich or Peace in Our Time

1981-05-18

William Saroyan, US stagewriter (Time of your life), dies at 72

1981-07-06

Leonard Plugge, Munich or Peace in Our Time

1982-02-18

Nathaniel Shilkret, Swing Time

1982-03-24

Erik Lundegård, Gay Old Time

1982-06-27

Jack Mullaney, actor (My Living Doll, It's About Time), dies at 49

1982-07-07

John W. Harkrider, Swing Time

1982-10-12

John Brahm, Time Enough at Last

1982-12-01

Coriolano Gori, Massacre Time

1983-01-14

Leroy O. Lodwig, Two-Time Mama

1983-04-04

Dorothy Kingston, The First Time We Met

1983-04-28

Charles LaVere, George Burns in the Big Time

1983-11-07

Germaine Tailleferre, Time Out for Love

1983-11-08

James Hayden, Once Upon a Time in America

1984-04-09

Jean-Pierre Kérien, Muriel, or The Time of Return

1984-07-29

Woodrow Parfey, actor (Time Express), dies at 61 of a heart attack

1985-03-19

Mike Gendel, Once Upon a Time in America

1985-04-14

Reginald Beane, pianist (Starlit Time, Once Upon a Tune), dies at 63

1985-04-14

Reginald Beane, The Time of Your Life

1985-08-04

Zbynek Vostrák, Today for the Last Time

1985-08-10

Kenny Backer, comedian (Time Bandits), dies of a heart attack at 72

1985-08-26

Llynn Storer, A Question of Time

1985-10-06

Martha Schlamme, Playing for Time

1986-06-17

Kate Smith, Once Upon a Time in America

1986-09-28

Robert Helpmann, actor (Second Time Lucky, Patrick), dies at 77

1986-12-06

Arto Tuominen, A Time of Roses

1986-12-11

Fritz Maurischat, For the First Time

1987-02-12

Cy Strange, Journey Through Time: The Human Story

1987-05-10

Ágnes Kakassy, Time Stands Still

1987-06-01

Rashid Karami, 10 time premier of Lebanon, dies in bomb attack at 65

1987-07-22

Henri-François Rey, No Time for Ecstasy

1987-10-06

Keith McConnell, Time After Time

1987-11-20

William L. Cooper Jr., Time of the Apes

1988-01-11

Florence Knapp, American, one-time oldest person in the world (b. 1873)

1988-02-07

Lin[wood V] Carter, US, sci-fi writer (Lost World of Time), dies at 57

1988-03-29

Dom de Beern, No Shooting Time for Foxes

1988-04-09

Brook Benton, singer (Just a Matter of Time), dies at 56 of meningitis

1988-05-01

Paolo Stoppa, Once Upon a Time in the West

1988-06-22

Dennis Day, Melody Time

1988-07-25

Judith Barsi, The Land Before Time

1988-08-10

Arias Arnulfo, 3 time president of Panama, dies at 86

1988-12-12

Erwin S. Gelsey, Swing Time

1989-05-18

Julio De Grazia, Time for Revenge

1989-07-14

Cosmo Sardo, Same Time, Next Year

1989-08-06

Hubert Beuve-Méry, Munich or Peace in Our Time

1989-08-09

Gunnar Mattsson, A Time in the Sun

1989-08-15

Mladen Prebil, Time of the Gypsies

1989-11-07

Loren Brown, Time Out for Trouble

1989-11-29

Andreas Alariesto, Pictures from a Past Time

1989-12-14

Jock Mahoney, A Time to Love and a Time to Die

1990-01-04

Robert F Adams, US, sci-fi author (Castaways in Time), dies at 57

1990-02-02

Elmer Fain, Round-Up Time in Texas

1990-05-02

David Rappaport, Time Bandits

1990-06-21

June Christy, It's Been a Long Long Time

1990-07-09

Cazuza, Cazuza: Time Doesn't Stop

1990-07-19

Georgiy Burkov, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1990-11-16

Lee Castle, Artie Shaw: Time Is All You've Got

1990-12-26

Umberto Tirelli, Once Upon a Time in America

1991-01-31

Homer Garrett, A Time to Die

1991-04-05

Gerald Blake, The Invasion of Time: Part One

1991-08-08

Magdalena G Schenk, historical (Vorstenhuizen of our time), dies

1991-10-15

Alec Morton, Bid Time Return

1991-10-31

Richard Joy, Ain't No Time for Glory

1991-12-11

Artur Lundkvist, Time of Desire

1992-02-16

Philip Linton, Doing Time on Maple Drive

1992-02-29

Johnny Mack, British actor (Time Lord-Dr Who), dies at 70

1992-04-27

Olivier Messiaen, Quartet for the End of Time

1992-07-02

Borislav Pekic, Time of Miracles

1992-08-09

Christopher Todd, Half as Old as Time

1992-08-19

Austin McCoy, No Time for Romance

1992-10-04

Dutch Miller, Once Upon a Time in America

1992-10-24

Laurie Colwin, novelist (Happy All the Time), dies at 48

1992-10-29

George T. Clemens, Time Enough at Last

1993-01-04

John Hughman, Time Bandits

1993-01-11

Lacey Fosburgh, author (Closing Time), dies of breast cancer at 50

1993-05-01

Hans [Henri EA] Tuynman, provo (Full-time Provo), dies at 50

1993-05-02

Juanita Coco, Young Talent Time

1993-06-10

Tina Menard, Straight Time

1993-06-21

Jerry Strivelli, Once Upon a Time in America

1993-07-27

Dan Dowling, Lilac Time

1993-07-29

Joyce Haber, Bed-Time Vaudeville

1993-12-19

Anthonius AM "Ton" Kors, writer (Time of Anton de Lange), dies at 47

1994-01-26

Lejaren A. Hiller Jr., Time of the Heathen

1994-03-28

Claude Sainval, Muriel, or The Time of Return

1994-04-08

R.J. Robertson, Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time

1994-06-28

William A Henry III, critic (Time Mag), dies of heart attack at 44

1994-09-26

Jessie Kesson, Another Time, Another Place

1994-10-04

Miguel Macía, Time to Die

1994-10-08

Chandra Kaly and His Dancers, The Time, the Place and the Girl

1994-11-10

Everett Creach, Time After Time

1994-11-10

Nelson Wolford, A Time for Killing

1994-11-30

Lionel Stander, Once Upon a Time in the West

1994-12-12

John Hearne, The Trial of a Time Lord: Part Eight

1994-12-31

Woody Strode, Once Upon a Time in the West

1995-01-17

Urias Nooteboom, Dutch journalist/critic (The Time), dies at 54

1995-10-05

Linda Gary, The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure

1995-11-04

James Hyland, Through the Time Barrier

1995-12-12

James 'Ike' Altgens, Beyond the Time Barrier

1995-12-27

Shura Cherkassky, So Little Time

1996-03-05

Whit Bissell, actor (Time Tunnel), dies at 86

1996-04-22

Molly Keane, Time After Time

1996-04-24

Preston Lockwood, Time Bandits

1996-06-21

Vladimir Zarubin, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

1996-09-13

Jane Baxter, actress (We Live Again, Blossom Time), dies at 87

1996-09-20

Paul Draper, The Time of Your Life

1996-09-22

Jean G. Valentino, Time Enough at Last

1996-11-06

Dragan Kresoja, Time of the Gypsies

1996-11-12

Peter Leeds, The Last Time I Saw Paris

1997-04-26

Joey Faye, Once Upon a Time in America

1997-05-06

Angelo Novi, Once Upon a Time in America

1997-07-17

Gene Warren, The Time Machine

1997-12-31

Joey Coons, A Man Before His Time

1998-01-08

Michael Tippett, English composer/conductor (Child of our Time) dies at 93

1998-07-06

Roy Rogers, Melody Time

1998-07-09

Munemaru Kôda, The Time of Battle Has Come! The Move Is the Sincere Shaolin Fist

1998-09-29

Tom Bradley, Nick of Time

1998-10-20

Walter Chotzen, A Long Time Ago

1998-12-17

Moya Fenwick, It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time

1999-02-21

Russell C. Menzer, When Time Ran Out...

1999-03-05

Thore Segelström, A Time in the Sun

1999-04-18

Constance Edney, It's Christmas Time in the City

1999-05-31

Davor Dujmovic, Time of the Gypsies

1999-06-29

Declan Mulholland, Time Bandits

1999-07-15

Julien Verdier, Muriel, or The Time of Return

1999-07-28

Ruth Enders, Ahead of His Time

1999-10-06

Robert Marella, WWF Prime-Time Wrestling

1999-12-18

Dennis Sciama, A Brief History of Time

1999-12-27

David Duncan, The Time Machine

2000-01-05

Sergey Dyozhkin, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

2000-04-23

Erle C. Cocke, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2000-07-07

Mikhail Druyan, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

2000-09-13

Rolf Kauka, Once Upon a Time

2000-11-03

Leonardo Benvenuti, Once Upon a Time in America

2000-12-26

Jason Robards, Once Upon a Time in the West

2001-03-28

James E. Stewart, Light Time

2001-07-11

Grace Kuhn, Somewhere in Time

2001-07-20

Thomas Fantl, Time of the Innocent

2002-04-08

Don Melvoin, Somewhere in Time

2002-07-13

Yousuf Karsh, Yousuf Karsh: A Moment in Time

2002-09-28

Whitney Blake, One Day at a Time

2003-02-26

Roy Grace, The Greatest Commercials of All Time

2003-03-18

Peggy Conklin, Having Wonderful Time

2003-03-20

Sue Ayling, Question Time

2003-04-06

Susan French, Somewhere in Time

2003-04-20

Ruth Hale, In Time of Need

2003-05-17

Helen Jones Carter, A Labyrinth of Time

2003-06-25

Lester Maddox, American businessman, one-time segregationist and Governor of Georgia (b. 1915)

2003-07-22

Norman Lewis, The Time Traveller

2003-07-29

Eva Wolas, Ain't No Time for Glory

2003-08-24

Herbert Otto, Time of the Storks

2003-08-30

Charles Bronson, Once Upon a Time in the West

2003-10-02

Alfredo Leal, Time to Die

2003-10-04

William Cayton, A Journey to the Beginning of Time

2003-10-20

Jack Elam, Once Upon a Time in the West

2003-10-31

Honey Sanders, A Time for Dancing

2003-11-01

Mary Craven, Straight Time

2003-12-10

Günter Seuren, No Shooting Time for Foxes

2003-12-22

Wah Chang, The Time Machine

2004-03-11

Richard Kinon, The Joker Is Mild/Take My Granddaughter, Please/First Time Out

2004-05-03

Anthony Ainley, The Land That Time Forgot

2004-05-16

Harry Elton, Before My Time

2004-05-25

Gillie Potter, Biggles: Adventures in Time

2004-08-28

Bruce McGregor, A Time to Hate

2004-10-11

Timothy Roberts, Time Lapse

2004-12-12

Kathryn Eames, Time for Elizabeth

2004-12-17

Robert Taplett, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2004-12-26

Luke Scully, The Time Machine

2005-01-03

Robert Shaw, Time After Time

2005-02-10

Henry McCann, No Time for Sergeants

2005-02-22

Wolfgang Stryi, Rivers and Tides: Andy Goldsworthy Working with Time

2005-02-27

Jane Howard, Straight Time

2005-03-03

Mihail Kirkov, Time of Violence

2005-03-17

Andre Norton, Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time

2005-05-22

Charilaos Florakis, Greek politician, long-time General Secretary of the Communist Party of Greece (b. 1914)

2005-05-25

Ruth Laredo, Small Time Crooks

2005-06-01

Marilyn Burtis, The Last Time I Saw Archie

2005-06-07

Ivan Krystev, Time of Violence

2005-10-04

Richard Zobel, Once Upon a Time in America

2005-12-14

Ballard Harris, Slow Time

2006-01-20

David Farrington, Time of Her Life

2006-03-31

Taylor Williams, Somewhere in Time

2006-06-12

Tomohito Aoki, Star Ocean: Till the End of Time

2006-10-09

Raymond Noorda, American co-founder and long time CEO of Novell (b. 1924)

2006-10-15

Michelle Urry, Hugh Hefner: Once Upon a Time

2006-11-15

Mariella Martinelli, Short Time

2006-12-11

Elizabeth Bolden, American, oldest verified person in the world at the time of her death (b. 1890)

2006-12-17

William Wyrick, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2007-04-03

Walter Nicks, A Time for Laughter: A Look at Negro Humor in America

2007-04-08

Renate Dahlke, Panic Time

2007-05-05

Edwin H. Simmons, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2007-05-09

Beau Vanden Ecker, A Long Time Ago

2007-06-08

Nellie Lutcher, Girl Time

2007-07-29

Chris Schwarz, A Brief History of Time

2007-09-16

Robert Jordan, author of the Wheel of Time series (b. 1948)

2007-11-21

Richard Leigh, Time Machine: Beyond the Da Vinci Code

2007-12-03

Danny Dukes, First Time Swallows Vol. 2

2008-02-04

Rose Hacker, The Time of Their Lives

2008-02-09

Scott Halpin, a one time drummer of The Who.

2008-03-04

Carl Bernard, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2008-03-13

Grzegorz Lozowski, A Few People, a Little Time

2008-03-20

Brian Wilde, Doing Time

2008-04-13

John Wheeler, A Brief History of Time

2008-05-10

Erik Borge, A Handful of Time

2008-08-04

Peter Kass, Time of the Heathen

2008-08-18

Henry Djanik, Time Masters

2008-08-22

David Scholer, Time Machine: Banned from the Bible

2008-08-28

Phil Hill, American race car driver and one-time F1 world champion (b. 1927)

2008-10-10

Rohini Bhate, Time and Space

2008-11-09

Shirley Wolford, A Time for Killing

2008-11-10

Erick S. Dyke, Duke Nukem: Time to Kill

2009-01-03

Justus Taylor, A Time for Burning

2009-01-16

Dan McAfee, Vacation Time

2009-01-22

Bill Werber, Signs of the Time

2009-02-11

Albert Barillé, Once Upon a Time... Man

2009-02-27

John Alvin, Somewhere in Time

2009-04-14

Gerda Gilboe, A Time for Anna

2009-04-16

Jim Hutchison, Time Piece

2009-05-30

Joseph Tan, Time to Kill

2009-08-15

Bela Jurdová, Today for the Last Time

2009-08-31

Barry Flanagan, The Last Time

2009-10-09

Stuart Kaminsky, Once Upon a Time in America

2009-11-10

Ken Wlaschin, The History and Allure of Time Travel

2009-11-13

Paul Sanchez, Somewhere in Time

2010-01-08

Piero De Bernardi, Once Upon a Time in America

2010-01-21

Bobby Bragan, Signs of the Time

2010-02-02

Rena Case, The Time of Your Life

2010-02-07

William Tenn, Time in Advance

2010-02-13

Ronnie Cosby, Next Time We Love

2010-02-20

Alexander Haig, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War

2010-03-16

Gareth Carrivick, Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel

2010-05-12

Allan Manings, One Day at a Time

2010-06-16

Steven Hodgson, Hot Tub Time Machine

2010-06-28

Joya Sherrill, Time for Joya!

2010-07-07

Ezequiel Neves, Cazuza: Time Doesn't Stop

2010-07-11

Markus Pincek, Time Capsule

2010-08-04

Geraldine Baron, Time After Time

2010-09-03

Micky Burn, Jeremy Clarkson: Greatest Raid of All Time

2010-09-27

Buddy Morrow, Skylarkin' Time

2010-10-02

Raisa Frichinskaya, Once Upon a Time there Lived a Dog

2010-12-15

Bob Feller, Signs of the Time

2010-12-25

Georgi Genkov, Time of Violence

2010-12-29

Bill Erwin, The Land Before Time

2011-01-08

Jason Sheppard, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D

2011-01-27

Julie Ryles, Young Talent Time

2011-07-23

Amy Winehouse, About Time

2011-08-19

Raoul Ruiz, Marcel Proust's Time Regained

2011-09-15

James Cannon, Time and Chance: Gerald Ford's Appointment with History

2011-09-23

Danny Litwhiler, Signs of the Time

2011-11-20

Russell Garcia, The Time Machine

2011-11-24

Ross MacManus, It's Getting Harder All the Time

2011-12-26

Pedro Armendáriz Jr., Once Upon a Time in Mexico

2012-01-10

Mary Raftery, Prime Time

2012-02-08

Laurie Main, Time After Time

2012-02-16

Anthony Shadid, New York Times foreign correspondent and two time Pulitzer winner, dies from asthma at 43

2012-02-17

Atsuo Okunaka, Time of the Apes

2012-04-29

Tim Mogg, The Time Traveler's Wife

2012-05-21

Otto W. Jensen, One More Time

2012-07-27

Jack Taylor, The 100 Greatest World Cup Moments of All Time!

2012-08-15

Bill Youngdahl, A Time for Burning

2012-08-15

Müsfik Kenter, Time to Love

2012-08-26

A.K. Hangal, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

2012-10-27

Hans Werner Henze, Muriel, or The Time of Return

2012-11-05

Elliott Carter, A Labyrinth of Time

2012-11-18

Philip Ledger, Love in the Time of Cholera

2012-11-27

Deborah Prat, First Time on Film

2012-12-09

Charles Rosen, A Labyrinth of Time

2012-12-09

Patrick Moore, Time Lord

2012-12-26

Stan Saliken, Short Time

2013-01-04

Louis B. Appleton Jr., It's Christmas Time in the City

2013-01-19

Earl Weaver, Signs of the Time

2013-06-19

Parke Godwin, Time and Teresa Golowitz/Voices in the Earth

2013-06-29

Paul T. Smith, Like an Old Time Movie

2013-07-13

Leslie Gilliat, Big Time Operators

2013-08-19

Fritz Rau, Panic Time

2013-08-27

Chris Kennedy, Doing Time for Patsy Cline

2013-09-11

Jimmy Fontana, About Time

2013-09-19

Hiroshi Yamauchi, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

2013-11-12

Hetty Bower, The Time of Their Lives

2013-12-24

Allan McKeown, Doing Time

2014-03-10

Richard De Vere, Bang on Time

2014-04-17

Gabriel García Márquez, Love in the Time of Cholera

2014-07-07

Bora Todorovic, Time of the Gypsies

2014-07-20

Robert Panara, Signs of the Time

2015-01-31

Sanford Socolow, JFK: One PM Central Standard Time

2015-02-26

Brian Cumby, The Boats That Made Britain: A Time Team Special

2015-06-30

Paolo Piffarerio, Once Upon a Time

2015-08-18

Ivan Nemtsev, The Dust of Time

2015-08-22

Jacob Beckenstein, A Brief History of Time

2015-09-19

Alejandro Álvarez, Adventures in Time

2015-10-13

Bruce Hyde, The Naked Time

2015-10-30

Mel Daniels, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

2015-11-15

Hall of Fame pro wrestler Nick Bockwinkel, a four-time AWA heavyweight champ, dead at 80

2015-11-16

Hall of Fame pro wrestler Nick Bockwinkel, a four-time AWA heavyweight champ, dead at 80

2016-01-07

Pat Harrington, Schneider on 'One Day at a Time,' dead at 86

2016-07-13

Julie Payne, Long Time Ridley Scott Collaborator, Dies Aged 64

2016-08-05

Steve LaTourette, nine-time congressman, dies of cancer aged 62

2017-04-25

Johnny Roe, nine-time Flat champion in Ireland, dies aged 79

2017-08-07

Betty Cuthbert, Australia's four-time Olympic gold medallist, dies aged 79


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