History Hop Tags - George

George - Notable Historical Events

Anne BoleynMay 15, 1536

Ben JonsonJan 13, 1605

Charles IJun 4, 1647

HandelJan 8, 1705

George IAug 1, 1714

George WashingtonAug 4, 1753

William Pitt SrApr 6, 1757

George MasonSep 12, 1787

John JaySep 24, 1789

Thomas JeffersonDec 5, 1804

James MadisonDec 7, 1808

Charles DarwinMar 6, 1836

George BancroftFeb 21, 1852

George McClellanJun 14, 1861

George Armstrong CusterJun 29, 1863

BizetSep 10, 1863

George WestinghouseApr 13, 1869

George EastmanOct 14, 1884

George Bernard ShawApr 21, 1894

George VMay 6, 1910

William George BarkerNov 15, 1916

Albert AnastasiaMar 17, 1917

Curly LambeauAug 11, 1919

Jack DempseyJul 2, 1921

Walter HagenJun 23, 1922

George Leigh-MalloryJun 7, 1924

Moss HartDec 28, 1927

Babe RuthAug 21, 1931

George BalanchineJun 7, 1933

Edward VIIIJan 20, 1936

Victor FlemingFeb 14, 1939

George MarshallSep 1, 1939

Burgess MeredithDec 30, 1939

PattonMar 7, 1943

George MikanMar 26, 1945

George OrwellAug 17, 1946

Elizabeth IIFeb 6, 1952

George HarrisonAug 29, 1958

Jim ThorpeJan 29, 1963

George MurphyJan 1, 1965

Muhammad AliMar 29, 1966

Strother MartinNov 1, 1967

George HalasMay 27, 1968

George ForemanOct 26, 1968

Quincy JonesApr 15, 1972

George SteinbrennerJan 3, 1973

George BrettAug 2, 1973

Willie RandolphDec 11, 1975

George GervinApr 9, 1978

Paul McCartneyFeb 6, 1981

George BushJan 25, 1988

George MichaelJan 30, 1989

Mikhail GorbachevDec 3, 1989

Nelson MandelaJun 25, 1990

Evander HolyfieldApr 19, 1991

Greg NormanJul 18, 1993

Howard SternFeb 7, 1994

John F Kennedy JrSep 26, 1995

George R.R. MartinAug 6, 1996

Garth BrooksSep 24, 1997

George W. BushAug 9, 2001

Dick CheneyJun 29, 2002

Saddam HusseinDec 14, 2003

B.B. KingDec 15, 2006

George ClooneySep 21, 2007

Tilda SwintonOct 5, 2007

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George - Historical Events
Date Event
1343-04-23

St. George's Night Uprising in Estonia

1443-11-28

Albanian George Kastriotis Skanderbeg and his forces liberate Kruja in Middle Albania from the Ottomans and raise the Albanian flag.

1458-03-02

Hussite George van Podiebrad chosen king of Bohemia

1478-02-18

George, Duke of Clarence, convicted of treason against his older brother Edward IV of England, is privately executed in the Tower of London.

1515-05-19

George van Saksen-Meissen sells Friesland for 100,000 gold guilders to arch duke Charles

1525-01-21

The Swiss Anabaptist Movement is born when Conrad Grebel, Felix Manz, George Blaurock, and about a dozen others baptize each other in the home of Manz's mother in Zürich, breaking a thousand-year tradition of church-state union.

1534-02-26

Pope Paul II affirms George van Egmond as bishop of Utrecht

1536-05-15

Anne Boleyn & brother George, Lord Rochford, accused of adultery and incest

1605-01-13

The controversial play Eastward Hoe by Ben Jonson, George Chapman, and John Marston is performed, landing two of the authors in prison.

1609-07-28

Admiral George Somers settles in Bermuda

1611-03-04

George Abbot appointed Archbishop of Canterbury

1625-10-08

Admiral George Villiers' fleet sails from Plymouth to Cadiz

1627-07-10

English fleet under George Villiers reach La Rochelle [NS=June 20]

1627-07-12

English fleet under George Villiers lands on the Rhe [NS=June 22]

1627-07-20

English fleet under George Villiers reaches La Rochelle [OS=June 10]

1627-07-22

English fleet under George Villiers lands on the Rhe [OS=June 12]

1627-11-08

English fleet under George Villiers leaves Île de Ré

1647-06-04

English Parliamentary army under Cornet George Joyce takes King Charles I as a prisoner during Second Civil War

1652-08-26

Battle of Plymouth: General-at-Sea George Ayscue of the Commonwealth of England attacked a convoy of the Dutch Republic commanded by Vice-Commodore Michiel de Ruyter. Dutch victory

1693-06-27

1st sea battle of Lagos: a French fleet under Anne Hilarion de Tourville defeated an Anglo-Dutch fleet under George Rooke

1705-01-08

George F Handel's 1st opera "Almira," premieres in Hamburg

1711-02-24

Handel's opera "Rinaldo" premieres at Haymarket theatre in London

1713-07-07

1st performance of George F Handel's "Te Deum" & "Jubilate"

1714-08-01

Monarch Georg Ludwig becomes King George I of England

1714-10-20

Georg Ludwig von Hannover crowned as English King George I

1717-07-17

Handel's "Water Music" premieres on the river Thames in London

1723-01-12

Handel's opera "Ottone" premieres at the King's Theatre London

1724-02-20

George F Handel's opera "Giulio Cesare in Egitto," premieres in London

1725-11-11

George Frederick Handel's opera "Tamerlano" premieres in London

1728-02-28

George F Handel's opera "Siroe, re di Persia," premieres in London

1728-05-04

George Frederick Handel's opera "Tolomeo, re di Egitto" premieres in London

1731-02-02

George F Handel's opera "Poro," premieres in London

1734-01-08

Premiere of George Frideric Handel's Ariodante at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.

1736-02-19

George Frideric Handel's "Alexander's Feast," premieres

1738-04-15

Premiere in London of "Serse", an Italian opera by George Frederic Handel.

1739-07-10

King George II authorised the Admiralty Board to seek maritime reprisals against Spain (War of Jenkin's Ear)

1741-09-14

George Frideric Handel finishes "Messiah" oratorio, after working on it non-stop for 23 days

1742-04-13

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

1743-03-23

George Frideric Handel's oratorio "Messiah" premieres in London

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.

1747-05-14

A British fleet under Admiral George Anson defeats the French at first battle of Cape Finisterre.

1749-04-27

First performance of Handel's Fireworks Music in Green Park, London.

1749-05-19

George II grants charter to Ohio Company to settle Ohio Valley

1751-08-30

George Frederic Handel completes oratorio "Jephtha"

1752-11-03

George Frideric Handel undergoes (failed) eye operation

1753-08-04

George Washington becomes a master mason

1754-05-28

Battle of Jumonville Glen: forces led by George Washington kill French Canadian officer Joseph Coulon de Jumonville

1754-07-03

George Washington surrenders to French, Fort Necessity (7 Years' War)

1754-07-04

George Washington gives Ft Necessity to France

1755-09-08

Battle of Lake George in the Province of New York: British army beats French

1757-04-06

British King George II fires minister William Pitt Sr

1758-07-24

George Washington admitted to Virginia House of Burgess

1759-04-20

George Frederic Handel is buried in Westminster Abbey, London

1760-02-16

Native American hostages killed in Fort Prince George, SC

1760-10-25

George III becomes King of Great Britain.

1761-09-22

Coronation of George III of the United Kingdom and Queen Charlotte.

1762-07-10

Roubiliac's monument for Handel unveiled at Westminster Abbey London

1763-10-07

George III of Great Britain issues Proclamation of 1763, closing lands in North America north & west of Alleghenies to white settlement

1768-05-10

John Wilkes is imprisoned for writing an article for The North Briton severely criticizing King George III. This action provokes rioting in London.

1775-05-10

2nd Continental Congress names George Washington, supreme commander

1775-06-15

George Washington appointed commander-in-chief of American Army

1775-07-22

George Washington takes command of US troops

1775-07-25

Maryland issues currency depicting George III trampling Magna Carta

1775-08-22

King George III proclaims colonies to be in open rebellion

1776-01-01

Gen George Washington hoists Continental Union Flag

1776-03-25

Continental Congress authorized a medal for George Washington

1776-04-03

George Washington receives honorary Ll.D. degree from Harvard College

1776-07-09

Declaration of Independence is read to George Washington's troops (NY)

1776-09-10

George Washington asks for a spy volunteer, Nathan Hale volunteers

1776-12-08

George Washington's retreating army crosses Delaware River from NJ

1776-12-26

George Washington defeats Hessians at Battle of Trenton in American Revolutionary War

1777-01-03

General George Washington's revolutionary army defeats British forces at Battle of Princeton, NJ

1777-10-04

Battle of Germantown: Gen George Washington's troops attack and are defeated by the British at Germantown, Pennsylvania

1777-12-17

George Washington's army returns to Valley Forge, Pa

1778-07-08

George Washington headquarters at West Point for his Continental Army

1779-02-24

George Rogers Clark captures Vincennes (Ind) from British

1781-08-20

George Washington begins to move his troops south to fight Cornwallis

1782-08-02

George Washington creates Honorary Badge of Distinction

1782-08-07

George Washington first creates Purple Heart medal (original name Badge of Military Merit) as commander of the Continental Army

1783-03-15

In an emotional speech in Newburgh, New York, George Washington asks his officers not to support the Newburgh Conspiracy. The plea is successful and the threatened coup d'etat never takes place.

1783-11-02

General George Washington, later 1st American President, bids farewell to his army after the American Revolutionary War

1783-12-18

British King George III dissmisses government of Portland

1783-12-23

General George Washington resigns his military commission as Commander-in-Chief of the Army to Congress

1787-09-12

American statesman George Mason suggests the addition of a Bill of Rights to the Constitution modeled on previous state declarations, but the motion is defeated

1788-03-21

Olaudah Equiano (aka Gustavus Vassa), a freed slave, petitions King George III and Queen Charlotte, to free enslaved Africans

1789-04-16

George Washington heads for 1st presidential inauguration

1789-04-23

President-elect George Washington moves into Franklin House, NY

1789-04-30

George Washington inaugurated as 1st president of the United States of America

1789-05-07

First US Presidential inaugural ball (for George Washington in NYC)

1789-09-24

President George Washington nominates John Jay the 1st Chief Justice

1789-10-02

George Washington transmits the proposed Constitutional amendments (The United States Bill of Rights) to the States for ratification.

1789-10-15

1st presidental tour-George Washington in New England

1790-01-08

1st US President George Washington delivers 1st state of the union address

1792-04-05

George Washington casts 1st presidential veto

1792-05-08

British Capt George Vancouver sights and names Mt Rainier, Wash

1792-06-04

Capt George Vancouver claims Puget Sound for Britain

1792-06-12

George Vancouver discovers site of Vancouver BC

1792-08-29

British man o'war HMS Royal George capsizes at Spithead; more than 800 killed

1792-11-14

Captain George Vancouver is first Englishman to enter San Francisco Bay

1792-12-05

George Washington re-elected as US president

1793-02-25

1st cabinet meeting (At George Washington's home)

1793-09-18

US President George Washington lays cornerstone of Capitol building

1794-08-08

Joseph Whidbey and George Vancouver lead an expedition to search for the Northwest Passage near Juneau, Alaska.

1796-09-19

George Washington's farewell address as president

1798-03-09

Dr George Balfour becomes 1st naval surgeon in the US navy

1798-09-03

Weeklong battle of St. George's Caye began between Spanish and British off the coast of Belize.

1798-09-10

British Honduras beats Spain in battle of St George

1799-05-04

Fourth Anglo-Mysore War: The Battle of Seringapatam: The siege of Seringapatam ends when the city is assaulted and the Tipu Sultan killed by the besieging British army, under the command of General George Harris.

1799-12-18

George Washington's body interred at Mount Vernon

1799-12-26

George Washington is eulogized by Col Henry Lee as "1st in war, 1st in peace & 1st in hearts of his countrymen"

1800-05-15

King George III survives a 2nd assassination attempt

1804-12-05

Thomas Jefferson re-elected US President, George Clinton Vice President

1807-03-25

George Canning becomes British Foreign Secretary

1808-12-07

James Madison elected 4th US President and George Clinton Vice-President

1811-12-26

A theater fire in Richmond, Virginia kills the Governor of Virginia George William Smith and the president of the First National Bank of Virginia Abraham B. Venable.

1813-05-27

Americans capture Ft George, Canada

1814-07-25

George Stephenson introduced the 1st steam locomotive

1815-05-24

George Evans discovers Lachlan River, Australia

1816-10-21

The Penang Free School is founded in George Town, Penang, Malaysia, by the Rev Hutchings. It is the oldest English-language school in Southeast Asia.

1819-02-19

British explorer William Smith discovers the South Shetland Islands, and claims them in the name of King George III.

1829-07-04

The first London bus "omnibus", operated by George Shillibeer, begins service between Marylebone Road and Bank Junction

1833-04-24

Jacob Evert & George Dulty patent 1st soda fountain

1835-08-11

George B Airy begins 46-year reign as England's Astronomer Royal

1836-03-06

HMS Beagle and Charles Darwin reach King George's Sound, Australia

1842-11-09

The first U.S. design patent for typefaces and borders was issued to George Bruce of New York City

1842-11-17

Fugitive slave George Latimer captured in Boston

1845-06-12

George Abernethy becomes 1st governor of Oregon Country

1847-04-28

George B Vashon becomes 1st black to enter NY State Bar

1852-02-21

George Bancroft becomes the American Geographical Society's first president

1852-09-27

George L Aiken's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" premieres in Troy, NY

1853-08-24

1st potato chips prepared by chef George Crum (Saratoga Springs, NY)

1855-09-27

George F Bristow's "Rip Van Winkle", 2nd American opera, opens in NYC

1858-09-10

George Mary Searle discovers the asteroid 55 Pandora.

1859-09-20

George Simpson patents electric range

1860-08-03

American Canoe Association founded at Lake George NY

1861-06-14

Harpers Ferry evacuated by rebels in face of General George McClellan's advance

1861-07-27

Union General George McClellan takes command from McDowell of Potamic Army

1861-11-01

General George McClellan made general in chief of Union armies

1862-01-26

Lincoln issues General War Order #1, calling for a Union offensive, General George McClellan ignores order

1862-03-11

Lincoln removes George McClellen as general-in-chief

1862-05-04

Yorktown, VA - Mcclellan halted his troop before town as it is full of armed torpedoes left by CS Brigadier General Gabrial Rains

1862-10-12

JEB Stuart completes his "second ride around Mcclellan"

1862-11-17

Confederate Sec of War George B Randolph resigns

1863-03-30

Danish prince Wilhelm Georg of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg chosen as king George of Greece

1863-06-25

US General George Meade replaces General Hooker to be more aggressive

1863-06-29

George Armstrong Custer, aged 23 appointed Union Brigadier General

1863-07-19

Battle of Buffington's Island (St George Creek), Ohio

1863-09-10

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

1864-10-09

Battle of Tom's Brook; Confederate cavalry that harassed Sheridan's campaign is beaten by General Custer & Merrit's cavalry divisions

1866-05-24

Berkeley, California named (for George Berkeley, Bishop of Cloyne)

1868-11-27

Battle at Washita River, Oklahoma. General Custer attacks group of Native American Indians, their chief Black Kettle dies in the attack

1869-04-13

Steam power brake patented (George Westinghouse)

1872-03-05

George Westinghouse Jr patents triple air brake for trains

1872-04-02

George B Brayton patents gasoline powered engine

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).

1874-06-29

Greek politician Charilaos Trikoupis publishes a manifesto in the Athens daily Kairoi entitled "Who's to Blame?" in which he lays out his complaints against King George. He is elected Prime Minister of Greece the next year.

1875-01-26

Electric dental drill is patented by George F Green

1875-05-11

George "Charmer" Zettlein pitches the 1st 9 inning shutout

1876-05-17

7th US Cavalry under General George Armstrong Custer leaves Ft Lincoln

1876-06-14

1st player to hit for cycle (George Hall, Phila Athletics)

1876-06-17

1st to hit 2 HRs; & score 5 runs in 9 inn NL game (George Hall, A's)

1876-06-25

Battle of the Little Bighorn: 7th Cavalry under Lieutenant Colonel (sometime Brevet Major General) George Armstrong Custer wiped out by Sioux and Cheyenne, Custer killed

1876-07-15

Baseball's 1st no-hitter, St Louis' George W Bradley no-hits Hartford

1878-01-28

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

1879-01-29

Custer Battlefield National Monument, Mont established

1879-05-08

George Selden files for 1st patent for a gasoline-driven automobile

1879-06-05

13th Belmont: George Evans riding Spendthrift wins in 2:42.75

1879-09-05

George Washington De Long, American Arctic Explorer, and commander on board the Jeannette, becomes trapped with his crew in pack ice during his attempt to reach the North Pole

1880-05-18

6th Kentucky Derby: George Lewis aboard Fonso wins in 2:37.5

1881-06-12

The USS Jeannette, under the command of George Washington De Long, is crushed by Arctic ice after 21 months of ice-bound drifting

1881-06-13

The USS Jeannette, under the command of George Washington De Long, sinks in the Arctic circle following 21 months of drifting after becoming trapped in the ice

1883-06-09

17th Belmont: Jim McLaughlin aboard George Kinney wins in 2:42.5

1884-10-14

George Eastman patents paper-strip photographic film

1886-07-10

George Goldie gets charter for Royal Niger Company

1886-09-14

George K Anderson of Memphis, Tennessee patents typewriter ribbon

1887-02-26

George Lohmann took 1st 8-wkt haul in Test Crickets, 8-35 at SCG

1887-11-11

Anarchist Haymarket Martyrs August Spies (b. 1855), Albert Parsons (b. 1848), Adolph Fischer (b. 1858) and George Engel (b. 1836) are executed.

1888-05-07

George Eastman patents "Kodak box camera"

1888-05-14

14th Kentucky Derby: George Covington aboard MacBeth II wins in 2:38.00

1888-09-04

George Eastman patents 1st roll-film camera & registers "Kodak"

1889-04-06

George Eastman places Kodak Camera on sale for 1st time

1890-05-12

The first-ever official cricket County Championship match begins. Yorkshire beats Gloucestershire by eight wickets at Bristol. George Ulyett scores the first century in the competition.

1890-06-27

George Dixon becomes 1st black boxing champ (Bantam weight)

1891-05-16

George A Hormel & Co introduce Spam

1892-04-12

George C Blickensderfer patents portable typewriter

1892-05-20

George Sampson patents clothes dryer

1893-06-22

British fleet under Vice Admiral George Tryon leaves Beirut

1893-10-14

George Edwarde's "Gaiety Girl" premieres in London

1894-04-21

George Bernard Shaw's "Arms & the Man" premieres in London

1894-09-10

London taxi driver George Smith is first fined for drunk driving

1895-08-29

The formation of the Northern Rugby Union at the George Hotel, Huddersfield, England.

1895-09-05

George Washington Murray elected to Congress from SC

1895-11-05

1st US patent granted for auto (George B Selden) for gasoline driven car

1895-12-17

George Brownell patents a machine to make paper twine (Mass)

1896-02-14

George Lohmann takes a hat-trick v South Africa, 8-7 for inning

1896-03-02

George Lohmann takes 9-28 v South Africa at Johannesburg

1896-06-06

Frank Samuelsen and George Harbo leave NY harbor to row across Atlantic; their 55 day record for rowing was not broken for 114 year

1896-07-18

George Giffen is 1st to complete 1000/100 double, in 30th Test Cricket

1896-08-01

George Samuelson completes rowing Atlantic (NY to England)

1896-08-16

Gold first discovered in Klondike, found at Bonanza Creek, Alaska by George Carmack

1896-09-22

Queen Victoria surpasses her grandfather King George III as the longest reigning monarch in British history.

1897-09-07

George Davis (Giants) HR off Sport McAllister (Spiders) in DH

1897-10-04

George Bernard Shaw's "Devil's Disciple," premieres in NYC

1898-05-01

George Dewey commands "You may fire when you are ready, Gridley" as US route Spanish fleet at Manila

1898-08-13

US forces under George Dewey captures Manila during Spanish-Amer war

1899-03-03

George Dewey becomes 1st in US to hold the rank of Admiral of the Navy

1899-12-12

George F Bryant of Boston patents the wooden golf tee

1900-05-02

George Bernard Shaw's "You Never Can Tell" premieres in London

1901-02-25

George Cohan's musical "Governor's Son," premieres in NYC

1901-03-04

Term of George H White, last of post-Reconstruction congressmen, ends

1901-05-31

At the opening of the Greek National Assembly, Prince George, High Commissioner of Crete, asks it to endorse the union of Crete with Greece; the proposal is later rejected

1903-05-16

1st transcontinental motorcycle trip begins at SF (George Wymann)

1903-07-06

George Wyman arrives in NYC by motorcycle 51 days out of SF

1903-10-24

George Sutton becomes billards champion

1903-11-24

George Ade's "County Chairman" premieres in NYC

1904-04-14

George Bernard Shaw's "Candida" premiered in London

1904-04-20

George Bernard Shaw's "Candida" premieres in London

1904-05-25

38th Belmont: George Odom aboard Delhi wins in 2:06.6

1904-08-17

George H Reid succeeds John Watson as Prime Minister of Australia

1904-08-18

Chris Watson resigns as Prime Minister of Australia and is succeeded by George Reid.

1904-09-20

George Ade's "College Widow," premieres in NYC

1904-11-01

George Bernard Shaw's "John Bull's Other Island" premieres in London

1904-11-17

George Cohan's musical "Little Johnny Jones" premieres in NYC

1905-06-30

Conservative Australian Prime Minister George H. Reid is forced to resign and Alfred Deakin returns to power on July 5

1905-10-30

George Bernard Shaw's "Mrs Warren's Profession" premieres in NYC

1905-11-11

High Commissioner Prince George declares amnesty for all leaders of the insurrection that has been disturbing Crete during the recent months - but which never gained mass supprt

1905-11-18

George Bernard Shaw's "Major Barbara" premieres in London

1906-01-12

Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman's cabinet (which included amongst its members H.H. Asquith, David Lloyd George, and Winston Churchill) embarks on sweeping social reforms after a Liberal landslide in the British general election.

1906-02-12

George Cohans musical "George Washington," premieres in NYC

1906-03-20

George Bernard Shaw's "Captain Brassbound's Conversion" premieres in London

1906-07-17

Clement Armand Fallieres is elected President of France, but power lies with George Clemenceau

1906-09-24

Prince George of Greece, convinced that he can no longer serve the cause of Crete, resigns as High Commissioner

1906-10-31

George Bernard Shaw's "Caesar & Cleopatra" premieres in NYC

1906-11-20

George Bernard Shaw's "Doctor's Dilemma" premieres in London

1907-01-04

George Bernard Shaw's "Don Juan in Hell," premieres in London

1907-02-25

George Bernard Shaw's "Philanderer," premieres in London

1907-06-11

George Dennett, aided by Gilbert Jessop, dismisses Northamptonshire for 12 runs, the lowest total in first-class cricket.

1907-06-15

Researcher George Soper publishes the results of his investigation into recent typhoid outbreaks in the New York area and announces that Mary Mallon [Typhoid Mary] is the likely source of the outbreak

1907-12-03

George Cohans musical "Talk of the Town" premieres in NYC

1907-12-13

George Gunn scores 119 on Test debut v Australia SCG

1908-02-12

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

1908-05-12

George Bernard Shaw's "Getting Married" premieres in London

1908-07-04

NY Giant George "Hooks" Witse no-hits Philadelphia Phillies, 1-0 in 10 inn

1909-06-24

15th US Golf Open: George Sargent shoots a 290 at Englewood GC NJ

1909-06-25

George Sargent wins US Open golf tournament

1909-11-30

The British House of Lords rejects the 'People's Budget' prepared by David Loyd George; the budget tries to shift the tax burden to the wealthy

1910-02-23

George Bernard Shaw's "Misalliance," premieres in London

1910-05-06

George V becomes King of the United Kingdom upon the death of his father, Edward VII.

1910-06-20

"Krazy Kat" comic strip by George Herriman debuts in NY Journal

1910-09-19

George Cohan's "Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford" premieres in NYC

1911-04-19

George Bernard Shaw's "Fanny's First Play" premieres in London

1911-05-13

37th Kentucky Derby: George Archibald aboard Meridian wins in 2:05

1911-06-22

King George V crowned king of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Canada, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, and all his realms and territories beyond the sea.

1911-08-28

45.7 cm rainfall at St George, Georgia (state record)

1912-07-04

Detroit Tiger George Mullen no-hits St Louis Browns, 7-0

1913-03-18

King George I of Greece is assassinated in the recently liberated city of Thessaloniki.

1913-06-04

Suffragette Emily Davison steps in front of King George V's horse Anmer at the Epsom Derby

1913-09-01

George Bernard Shaw's "Androcles & the Lion" premieres in London

1913-09-10

George W Buckner, named minister to Liberia

1913-09-22

George Cohan's "Seven Keys to Baldpate" premieres in NYC

1913-11-02

St Louis Browns mgr George Stovall is 1st to jump to Federal League

1914-04-11

George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion" premieres

1914-09-09

Boston Brave George Davis no-hits Philadelphia Phillies, 7-0

1915-01-19

Neon Tube sign patented by George Claude

1915-05-17

Cubs George "Zip" Zabel relieves with 2 outs in 1st & winds up with 4-3 19-inning win over Brooklyn in longest relief job ever

1915-06-05

47th Belmont: George Byrne aboard The Finn wins in 2:18.6

1916-05-13

42nd Kentucky Derby: Johnny Loftus aboard George Smith wins in 2:04

1916-11-15

William George Barker, flying very low over the Ancre River, spots a large concentration of German troops massing for a counter-attack on Beaumont Hamel, and sends an emergency Zone Call brought to bear all available artillery fire in the area onto the specified target. The force of some 4,000 German infantry was effectively broken up, and Barker is awarded the Military Cross

1916-12-07

British government of David Lloyd George forms

1916-12-07

David Lloyd George replaces resigning H. H. Asquith as British PM

1916-12-11

David Lloyd George forms British war government

1917-03-17

Albert Anastasia is convicted of murdering longshoreman George Turino

1917-04-24

Yankee lefty George Mogridge no-hits Red Sox 2-1 at Fenway

1917-05-11

King George V grants Royal Letters Patent to New Zealand

1917-06-04

Most Excellent Order of British Empire inaugurated by King George V to recognise the efforts of his people in WW1

1917-07-17

Royal Proclamation by King George V changes name of British Royal family from German Saxe-Coburg-Gotha to Windsor

1918-01-05

British premier Lloyd George demand for unified peace

1918-03-02

NY Yankees purchase 1st baseman George Burns from Detroit Tigers & immediately trades him to Phila A's

1919-01-31

The Battle of George Square takes place in Glasgow, Scotland. Troops deployed against protesters for fear of a Bolshevik uprising.

1919-03-12

George Bernard Shaw's "Augustus Does His Bit" premieres in NYC

1919-05-08

Edward George Honey first proposes the idea of a moment of silence to commemorate The Armistice of World War I, which later results in the creation of Remembrance Day.

1919-08-11

Green Bay Packers football club founded by George Calhoun and Curly Lambeau - named after sponser Indian Packing Company

1919-09-13

Guy Bolton & George Middleton's "Adam & Eve," premieres in NYC

1920-07-01

55th British Golf Open: George Duncan shoots a 303 at Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club

1920-10-03

Browns 1st baseman George Sisler gets his record 257th hit of season

1920-11-10

George Bernard Shaw's "Heartbreak House" premieres in NYC

1921-06-06

Southwark Bridge in London is opened to traffic by King George V and Queen Mary.

1921-07-02

Jack Dempsey KOs George S Carpentier in 4 for heavyweight boxing title 1st million dollar gate ($1.7m) boxing match (Dempsey KOs Carpentier)

1922-02-20

Marc Connelly & George Kaufman's "To the Ladies," premieres in NYC

1922-03-13

George Bernard Shaw's "Back to Methusaleh V" premieres in NYC

1922-06-23

57th British Golf Open: Walter Hagen shoots a 300 at Royal St George

1922-09-18

Browns George Sisler's 41-game hit streak is stopped by NY's Joe Bush

1922-11-13

George Cohan's musical "Little Nellie Kelly" premieres in NYC

1922-11-13

Marc Connelly/George Kaufman's "'49ers" premieres in NYC

1923-09-14

Red Sox 1st baseman George Burns pulls off an unassisted triple play

1923-12-17

Greek king George II overthrown by army/republic

1923-12-28

George Bernard Shaw's "St Joan," premieres in NYC

1924-02-04

George Kelly's "Show-Off," premieres in NYC

1924-02-12

George Gershwin's "Rhapsody In Blue" premieres at Aeolian Hall, NYC

1924-02-12

George Kaufman's "Beggar on Horseback," premieres in NYC

1924-06-07

George Leigh-Mallory disappears 775' from Everest's summit

1924-07-16

NY Giants George Kelly is 1st to hit HRs in 6 cons games

1924-12-01

George/Ira Gershwin's musical "Lady Be Good" premieres in NYC

1925-01-29

British Liberal Party chooses David Lloyd George as leader

1925-05-21

George Lloyd, Baron Lloyd of Dolobran, becomes British High Commissioner in Egypt

1925-09-23

George Kaufman's "Butter & Egg Man" premieres in NYC

1925-12-10

George Bernard Shaw awarded Nobel prize

1925-12-28

George/Ira Gershwin's musical "Tip-Toes," premieres in NYC

1926-09-16

Philip Dunning & George Abbott's "Broadway," premieres in NYC

1926-11-08

George Gershwin's musical "Oh, Kay" premieres in NYC

1927-05-30

Indianapolis 500: George Souders wins in 5:07:33.022 (156.983 km/h)

1927-11-22

George Gershwin's "Funny Face" premieres in NYC

1927-12-28

George Kaufman & Moss Hart's "Royal Family," premieres in NYC

1928-05-11

63rd British Golf Open: Walter Hagen shoots a 292 at Royal St George's

1928-07-30

George Eastman shows 1st color motion pictures (US)

1928-11-08

George & Ira Gershwin's musical "Treasure Girl" premieres in NYC

1928-12-13

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

1928-12-24

George Abbott Theater (Adelphi, 54 St) opens at 152 W 54th St NYC

1929-06-04

George Eastman demonstrates 1st technicolor movie (Rochester NY)

1930-01-15

George Headley scores century on debut v England (made 176)

1930-01-23

George Washington Birthplace National Monument, Va established

1930-02-25

George Headley completes twin tons in Test Cricket v England (114 & 112)

1930-04-10

George Headley scores 223 v England at Kingston

1930-10-14

George Gershwin/Walter Donaldsons musical premieres in NYC

1930-11-05

3rd Academy Awards - "All Quiet on the Western Front", George Arliss & Norma Shearer win

1930-12-13

George Sisler's career ends when Boston Braves release him

1931-05-09

57th Preakness: George Ellis aboard Mate wins in 1:59

1931-07-24

George Gunn gets 183 & son of a gunn George Vernon 100* same innings

1931-08-21

Babe Ruth hits his 600th HR, off George Blaeholder of Browns

1931-09-12

51st US Mens Tennis: H E Vines beats George M Lott Jr (7-9 6-3 9-7 7-5)

1931-10-24

George Washington Bridge linking New York City and New Jersey dedicated, opens the next day

1931-12-26

George/Ira Gershwin's "Of Thee I Sing," premieres in NYC

1932-01-01

The United States Post Office Department issues a set of 12 stamps commemorating the 200th anniversary of George Washington's birth.

1932-02-13

"Free Eats" introduces George "Spanky" McFarland to "Our Gang"

1932-02-15

George Burns & Gracie Allen debuted as regulars on "Guy Lombardo Show"

1932-04-04

George Bernard Shaw's "Too True to be Good" premieres in NYC

1932-07-31

George Washington quarter goes into circulation

1932-10-22

George Kaufman & Edna Ferbers "Dinner at 8" premieres in NYC

1932-12-25

During King George V's Christmas dinner speech his chair collapes

1933-06-07

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

1933-10-12

Gangster George Francis Barnes, aka Machine Gun Kelly, is sentenced to life imprisonment

1934-06-29

69th British Golf Open: Henry Cotton shoots a 283 at Royal St George's Golf Club

1935-03-15

George Headley completes 270 in cricket v England at Kingston

1935-05-06

British King George & Queen Mary celebrates silver jubilee

1935-06-30

Danno O'Mahoney beats Ed George in Boston, to become wrestling champ

1935-10-10

George Gershwin's "Porgy & Bess" opens on Broadway NY

1935-10-24

Judge Landis fines ump George Moriarty, Cubs mgr Charlie Grimm & Chic players W English, B Jurges & B Herman for actions in World Series

1935-11-03

George II returns to Greece & regains monarchy

1935-11-24

King George II returns to Greece after 12 years

1936-01-20

Edward VIII succeeds British king George V

1936-05-16

62nd Preakness: George Woolf aboard Bold Venture wins in 1:59

1936-12-10

Britain replaces King Edward VIII stamp series with King George VI

1937-05-12

Coronation of King George VI of Great Britain (and his other realms and territories beyond the sea) at Westminster Abbey.

1937-08-27

George E T Eyston sets world auto speed record at 345.49 MPH

1938-07-08

73rd British Golf Open: Reg Whitcombe shoots a 295 at Royal St George's Golf Club

1938-09-16

George E T Eyston sets world auto speed record at 357.5 MPH

1938-12-25

George Cukor announces Vivien Leigh will play Scarlett O'Hara

1939-01-21

George Kaufman & Moss Hart's "American Way," premieres in NYC

1939-01-24

Eddie Collins, Willie Keeler & George Sisler elected to Hall of Fame

1939-02-14

Victor Fleming replaces George Cukor as director of Gone With the Wind

1939-05-13

65th Preakness: George Seabo aboard Challedon wins in 1:59.8

1939-06-07

George VI & Elizabeth become the 1st king & queen of Britain to visit USA

1939-08-28

Sammy Fain/Jack Yellen's musical "George White's Scandals" premieres

1939-09-01

Gen George Marshall sworn in as the United States Army Chief of Staff

1939-10-25

George Kaufman/Moss Hart's "Man Who Came to Dinner" premieres in NYC

1939-12-30

"Of Mice and Men", starring Burgess Meredith as George Lon Chaney Jr. as Lennie, is released

1940-09-11

George Stibitz pioneers the first remote operation of a computer.

1940-10-18

Kaufman & Harts "George Washington Slept Here," premieres in NYC

1940-11-18

George Matesky, New York City's Mad Bomber places his first bomb at a Manhattan office building used by Consolidated Edison.

1941-04-23

Greece Army surrenders to German Nazis RAF brings Greek king George II to Egypt

1942-04-15

George VI awards George Cross to people of Malta

1942-08-17

Task Force 17 leaves Pearl Harbor under Admiral George Murray on USS Hornet

1943-03-07

Major General George Patton arrives in Djebel Kouif Tunisia

1943-05-07

Liberty Ship George Washington Carver, named after scientist, launched

1943-07-22

US forces led by Gen George Patton liberate Palermo Sicily

1943-08-03

Gen Patton slaps a US GI in hospital, accusing him of cowardice

1943-08-10

Gen Patton calls injured soldier "cowardly"

1943-08-17

Gen Patton enters Messina, completing conquest of Sicily by Allies

1944-05-15

Eisenhower, Montgomery, Churchill & George VI discuss D-Day plan

1944-06-16

King George VI visits General Montgomery's HQ in Normandy

1944-07-06

US General Patton lands in France

1944-08-23

General George Leclercs troops advance towards Paris

1944-09-01

King George VI promotes Montgomery to field marshal

1944-09-02

During WW II, George H W Bush ejects from a burning plane

1944-12-26

Battle of Bastogne-US Gen Patton's 4th Pantzers repulse Germans

1944-12-30

King George II of Greece, abdicates his throne

1945-03-05

Generals Eisenhower, Patton & Patch meet in Luneville

1945-03-10

Patton's 3rd Army makes contact with Hodge's 1st Army

1945-03-26

De Paul wins NIT basketball championship, George Mikan scores 34

1945-03-26

Generals Eisenhower/Bradley/Patton attack at Remagen the Rhine

1945-09-06

A's catcher George George punches ump Joe Rue gets suspended

1945-11-27

Gen George Marshall named special US envoy to China

1946-05-30

Indianapolis 500: George Robson wins in 4:21:16.711 (184.785 km/h)

1946-08-17

George Orwell publishes "Animal Farm" in the United Kingdom

1946-09-27

King George II of Greece returns from exile

1946-09-28

Greek king George II back in Athens

1947-01-08

Gen George Marshall becomes US Secretary of State

1947-06-05

Sec of State George Marshall outlines "Marshall Plan"

1947-07-18

King George VI signs Indian Independence Act

1948-05-16

CBS news correspondent George Polk's body is found in Greece

1948-07-29

King George VI opens 14th modern Olympic games in London

1949-07-09

78th British Golf Open: Bobby Locke shoots a 283 at Royal St George's Golf Club

1950-09-21

George Marshall sworn in as the 3rd Secretary of Defense of United States.

1951-07-14

George Washington Carver monument unveiled

1952-02-06

Queen Elizabeth II succeeds King George VI to the British throne

1952-02-15

King George VI is buried in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

1952-09-01

Sutro Baths, SF purchased by George Whitney

1952-11-20

George Axelrod's "Seven Year Itch" premieres in NYC

1952-11-25

George Meany appointed as chairman of AFL

1953-05-19

Nuclear explosion in Nevada (fall-out in St George, Utah)

1953-07-14

1st US National monument dedicated to a Negro-George Washington Carver

1953-10-30

Dr Albert Schweitzer & Gen George Marshall win Nobel Peace Prize

1955-12-05

AFL & CIO merge, with George Meany as president

1957-01-01

George Town, Penang becomes a city by a royal charter granted by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

1957-01-22

Mad Bomber (George P Metesky) accused of 30 explosions, arrested

1958-03-09

George Yardley (Pistons) is 1st NBAer to score 2,000 points in season

1958-08-29

George Harrison joins The Quarrymen (Lennon-McCartney-Best-Sutcliffe)

1958-11-28

George "Punch" Imlach becomes coach of NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs

1959-06-09

1st ballistic missile sub launched (George Washington-Groton, Ct)

1959-11-22

AFL's 1st draft - NY Titans choice George Izo, QB, Notre Dame

1959-12-30

George Washington, 1st ballistic missile sub commissioned

1960-05-25

George Crowe's record 11th pinch-hit HR

1960-06-05

"George Gobel Show" last airs on CBS-TV

1960-07-16

George Crowe sets record of 12 pinch hit HRs with a runner on

1960-07-20

1st submerged submarine to fire Polaris missile (George Washington)

1960-11-02

George Weiss, at 66, resigns as GM of NY Yankees

1961-03-14

George Weiss becomes pres of NY Mets

1961-11-19

Houston George Blanda passes for 7 touchdowns vs NY Titans (49-13)

1961-12-03

George Blanda of Houston Oilers kicks 55-yard field goal

1962-06-06

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

1962-10-14

Houston Oiler George Blanda throws for 6 TD passes vs NY Titans 56-17

1963-01-14

George C Wallace sworn in as governor of Alabama, his address states "segregation now; segregation tomorrow; segregation forever!"

1963-01-29

Jim Thorpe, Red Grange & George Halas elected to football Hall of Fame

1963-04-14

George Harrison is impressed by unsigned group "Rolling Stones"

1963-05-10

Decca signs Rolling Stones on advice of Beatle George Harrison

1963-09-02

Alabama Gov George C Wallace prevents integration of Tuskegee HS

1963-09-09

Alabama Gov George Wallace served a federal injunction to stop orders of state police to bar black students from enrolling in white schools

1964-09-11

George Harrison forms Mornyork Ltd music publishing company

1964-11-01

George Blanda of Houston throws NFL-record 37 passes in 68 attempts

1964-12-07

George Harrison changes his company's name from Mornyork to Harrisongs

1964-12-25

George Harrison's girlfriend Patti Boyd attacked by female Beatle fans

1965-01-01

American actor George Murphy begins his term as Senator of California

1965-02-07

George Harrison has his tonsils removed

1965-08-18

Orioles' Brooks Robinson hits into his record tying (George Sisler)

1965-11-01

Ernie Terrel beats George Chuvalo in 15 for heavyweight boxing

1965-11-14

George Abbott Theater (Adelphi, 54 St) at 152 W 54th NYC, demolished

1966-03-29

Muhammad Ali beats George Chuvalo in 15 for heavyweight boxing title

1966-06-01

George Harrison is impressed by Ravi Shankar's concert in London

1967-06-28

George Harrison is fined £6 for speeding

1967-11-01

"Cool Hand Luke", starring Paul Newman, George Kennedy, and Strother Martin, is released

1968-01-27

"Darling of the Day" opens at George Abbott Theater NYC for 31 perfs

1968-02-16

Beatles George Harrison, John Lennon and their wifes fly to India for transcendental meditation study with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi

1968-02-24

"Darling of the Day" closes at George Abbott NYC after 31 perfs

1968-03-15

British Foreign Secretary George Brown resigns

1968-04-10

"George M!" opens at Palace Theater NYC for 435 performances

1968-05-15

"Wonderwall" with George Harrison premieres at Cannes Film Festival

1968-05-27

George Halas retires from coaching, finishing with 318 regular-season wins and 6 NFL titles

1968-07-29

Cincinnati Red George Culver no hits Phillies, 6-1

1968-10-10

George Harrison forms Singsong Ltd

1968-10-26

George Foreman wins gold for USA at Mexico Olympic games (Heavyweight boxing)

1968-11-05

Nixon (R) beats VP Humphrey (D) & George C Wallace for presidency

1968-11-17

Alexandros Panagoulis is condemned to death for attempting to assassinate Greek dictator George Papadopoulos.

1969-03-12

120 cannabis joints found at George & Patti Harrison's home

1969-03-31

George Harrison & Patti Boyd are fined £250 each for illegal drugs

1969-04-13

33rd Golf Masters Championship: George Archer wins, shooting a 281

1969-04-26

"George M!" closes at Palace Theater NYC after 435 performances

1969-07-01

Charles Philip Arthur George invested as Prince of Wales

1969-10-31

George Harrison's "Something" is released in UK

1969-12-02

"Buck White" opens at George Abbott Theater NYC for 7 performances

1969-12-06

"Buck White" closes at George Abbott Theater NYC after 7 performances

1970-02-04

"Gantry" opens at George Abbott Theater NYC for 1 performance

1970-02-14

"Gantry" closes at George Abbott Theater NYC after 1 performance

1970-06-21

Judy Rankin wins LPGA George Washington Golf Classic

1970-09-04

George Harrison releases "My Sweet Lord" single

1970-09-07

Donald Boyles sets record for highest parachute jump from a bridge, by leaping off of 1,053' Royal George Bridge in Colorado

1970-09-12

Phyllis Ann George (Texas), 21, crowned 43rd Miss America 1971

1970-11-27

George Harrison releases 3 album set "All Things Must Pass"

1970-11-30

George Harrison releases his triple album set "All Things Must Pass"

1971-01-15

George Harrison releases "My Sweet Lord"

1971-01-31

"My Sweet Lord" by George Harrison hit #1 on UK pop chart

1971-01-31

& Dave Bancroft & George Weiss elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1971-02-23

George Harrison is fined & his driving license is suspended for 1 year

1971-04-15

43rd Academy Awards - "Patton", George C Scott & Glenda Jackson win

1971-07-11

Jane Blalock wins LPGA George Washington Golf Classic

1971-07-30

George Harrison releases "Bangladesh"

1971-08-01

George Harrison's concert for Bangladesh takes place in NYC

1972-02-28

George Harrison is involved in a minor car accident

1972-04-15

Barbra Striesand, James Taylor, Carole King & Quincy Jones perform at a benefit for George McGovern for President

1972-05-15

Assassination attempt on US Governor George Wallace of Alabama by Arthur Bremer in Laurel, Md

1972-07-09

Kathy Ahern wins LPGA George Washington Golf Classic

1972-07-12

Democrats nominated George McGovern for president in Miami Fla

1972-11-07

Pres Nixon (R) re-elected defeating George McGovern (D)

1973-01-03

George Steinbrenner III buys Yankees from CBS for $12 million

1973-01-22

George Foreman TKOs Joe Frazier in 2 for heavyweight boxing title

1973-01-28

Mickey Welch, George Kelly & Billy Evans elected to Hall of Fame

1973-05-25

George Harrison releases "Give Me Love" in UK

1973-06-01

George Harrison's "Living in the Material World" goes gold

1973-06-04

A patent for the ATM is granted to Don Wetzel, Tom Barnes and George Chastain.

1973-06-22

George Harrison releases "Living in the Material World"

1973-07-15

Carole Jo Skala wins LPGA George Washington Golf Classic

1973-07-25

George Harrison pays £1,000,000 tax on his Bangladesh concert & album

1973-08-02

George Brett gets his 1st hit

1973-09-01

George Foreman KOs Jose "King" Roman in 1 for heavyweight boxing title

1973-11-25

Bloodless military coup ousts Greek Pres George Papadopoulos

1974-03-01

George Harrison announces his concert tour of US in November

1974-03-26

George Foreman TKOs Ken Norton in 2 for heavyweight boxing title in Caracas, Venezuela

1974-08-04

Sandra Haynie wins LPGA George Washington Golf Classic

1974-10-10

US Gen George Brown's speech deplores Jewish influence in US over his treatment during the 1973 World Series

1974-10-30

Muhammad Ali KOs George Foreman in 8th round in Kinshasa Zaire ('The Rumble in the Jungle')

1974-11-28

Bowie Kuhn suspends George Steinbrenner for 2 years

1974-12-06

George Harrison releases "Ding Dong, Ding Dong"

1974-12-20

George Harrison releases his "Dark Horse" album in UK

1975-07-27

Carol Mann wins LPGA George Washington Ladies Golf Classic

1975-10-03

George Harrison releases "Extra Texture" album in UK

1975-10-11

"Saturday Night Live" premieres with guest host George Carlin

1975-10-11

Saturday Night Live premieres with George Carlin as host

1975-12-11

Great Yankee trade getting Willie Randolph, Dock Ellis & Ken Brett from Pirates for George "Doc" Medich

1976-01-24

George Foreman KOs Ron Lyle in 5th round of a real slugfest

1976-01-30

George H W Bush becomes 11th director of CIA (until 1977)

1976-02-06

George Harrison releases "This Guitar (Can't Keep From Crying)"

1976-04-20

George Harrison sings lumberjack song with Monty Python

1976-07-13

All star MVP: George Foster (Cin Reds)

1976-08-31

George Harrison found guilty of plagiarising "My Sweet Lord"

1976-09-07

US courts find George Harrison guilty of plagiarism (He's So Fine)

1976-09-28

A&M sues George Harrison who fails to meet deadline for LP completion

1976-09-29

Boy George expelled from school

1976-10-20

70 die as Norwegian tanker Frosta collides with George Prince

1976-11-19

George Harrison releases "This Song"

1976-11-20

George Harrison appears on Saturday Night Live

1977-01-20

George H W Bush, ends term as 11th director of CIA

1977-02-18

George Harrison releases "True Love"

1977-05-26

George Willig climbs NYC World Trade Center

1977-05-27

New York City fines George Willig 1 cent for each of 110 stories he climbed

1977-11-09

Reds' George Foster wins NL MVP

1978-02-14

In girls' HS basketball, Chicago Latin beats Harvard St George

1978-04-09

Denver's David Thompson scores 73 points & San Antonio's George Gervin scores 63 points in separate NBA games (33 in 1 quarter)

1978-07-03

US Supreme Court rules 5-4, FCC had a right to reprimand NY radio station WBAI for broadcasting George Carlin's "Filthy Words"

1978-10-06

Royals' George Brett hits 3 HRs, Yanks win championship game 3, 6-5

1979-02-16

George Harrison releases "Blow Away"

1979-02-23

George Harrison releases "George Harrison" album

1979-04-27

George Harrison releases "Love Comes to Everyone"

1979-07-13

George Harrison releases "Faster"

1979-07-23

George Brett gets his 1,000th hit

1979-09-17

Royals' George Brett is 6th to have 20 doubles/triples/HRs in a season

1980-08-17

George Brett goes 4-for-4, raising his batting average to .401

1980-08-18

KC Royals' George Brett, batting avg reach .400

1980-08-19

George Brett ends hitting streak at 30

1980-09-20

George Brett goes 0-for-4 dropping his avg below .400 for good

1980-10-13

14th Country Music Association Award: Barbara Mandrell, Emmylou Harris & George Jones wins

1980-10-15

George Brett is forced out of World Series with hemorrhoids

1980-11-18

Despite missing 45 games, George Brett wins AL MVP

1980-12-01

46th Heisman Trophy Award: George Rogers, South Carolina (RB)

1981-01-29

AL approves sale of White Sox to Jerry Reinsdorf & Eddie Einhorn for $20 million, & 80% of Mariners to George Argyros for $104 million

1981-02-06

Beatles Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr & George Harrison record a tribute to John Lennon

1981-02-15

Rocket-powered ice sled attains 399 kph, Lake George, NY

1981-02-19

George Harrison is ordered to pay ABKCO Music $587,000 for "subconscious plagiarism" "My Sweet Lord" with "He's So Fine"

1981-04-09

US sub George Washington rams Japanese freighter Nisso Maru

1981-04-30

16th Academy of Country Music Awards: Barbara Mandrell & George Jones

1981-05-15

George Harrison releases "All Those Years Ago" in UK

1981-06-05

George Harrison releases "Somewhere in England"

1981-06-06

113th Belmont: George Martens aboard Summing wins in 2:29

1981-07-19

110th British Golf Open: Bill Rogers shoots a 276 at Royal St George

1981-08-14

George Foster hits his 8th HR into red seats at Riverfront

1981-10-12

15th Country Music Association Award: Barbara Mandrell & George Jones wins

1981-10-15

Professional cheerleader Krazy George Henderson leads what is thought to be the first audience wave in Oakland, California.

1981-10-25

George Steinbrenner scuffles with 2 fans in a hotel elevator

1981-10-28

NY Yankee George Frazier loses 3 World Series games

1981-11-04

Dr George Nichopoulas is acquitted of overprescribing addictive drugs for Elvis Presley

1982-07-15

Senate confirms George Shultz as 60th sec of state by vote of 97-0

1982-07-16

George P. Shultz sworn in as US Secretary of State

1982-08-29

George Brett gets his 1,500th hit

1982-09-25

Penn prison guard George Banks kills 13 (5 were his own children)

1982-10-20

Nobel prize for economy awarded to George Stigler

1982-11-01

Andrew "Dice" Clay & George Wendt appear in "Trick or Treatment"

1982-11-05

George Harrison releases "Gone Troppo" album

1983-01-17

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

1983-05-30

AL Pres Lee MacPhail suspends Yankees owner George Steinbrenner for one week, for his public criticism of umpires

1983-07-28

George Brett's 2 run HR against Yanks on July 24 (pine tar game)

1983-09-18

George Meegen completes 2,426d (19K mi) walk across Western Hemisphere

1984-05-02

"Sunday in the Park with George" opens at Booth NYC for 604 perfs

1984-10-11

VP candidates' debate - Geraldine Ferraro (D) & George H W Bush (R)

1985-07-21

114th British Golf Open: Sandy Lyle shoots a 282 at Royal St George

1985-10-13

"Sunday in the Park with George" closes at Booth NYC after 604 perfs

1985-12-14

US Foreign Minister George Shultz arrives in West Berlin

1986-04-02

George Corley Wallace (Gov-D-Ala) announces retirement plans

1986-05-25

KC Royal George Brett gets his 2,000th hit

1986-07-07

It is reported That Boy George is being treated for heroin addiction

1987-01-28

US Foreign minister George Shultz meets ANC-leader Oliver Tambo

1987-07-15

Boy George barred from British TV show, he may be a bad influence

1987-10-12

George Harrison releases "Got My Mind Set On You"

1987-11-02

George Harrison releases "Cloud 9" & McCartney releases "All the Best"

1987-11-17

George Bell is 1st Blue Jay ever to win the AL MVP

1988-01-25

George Harrison releases "When We Was Fab"

1988-01-25

VP George Bush & Dan Rather clash on "CBS Evening News" as Rather attempts to question Bush about his role in Iran-Contra affair

1988-06-06

George H W Bush makes campaign promise to support reparations for WW II to Japanese-American internees (promise broken, May 1989)

1988-06-13

George Harrison releases "This is Love"

1988-08-17

US Republicans nominate George W H Bush for President

1988-08-31

Arbitrator George Nicolau rules owners conspired against free agents

1988-10-12

George W H Bush & Michael Dukakis meet in 2nd debate

1988-11-08

George W H Bush (R) beats Mike Dukakis (D) for presidency

1989-01-19

President Reagan pardons George Steinbrenner for illegal funds for Nixon

1989-01-20

George H W Bush inaugurated as 41st US President & Dan Quayle becomes 44th Vice President

1989-01-25

Yank owner George Steinbrenner meets with Pope John Paul II

1989-01-30

16th American Music Award: Randy Travis & George Michael wins

1989-03-09

US Senate rejects President Bush's nomination of John Tower as Defense Secretary

1989-04-21

George W Bush & Edward W Rose become CEO of Texas Rangers

1989-05-11

President Bush orders nearly 2,000 troops to Panama

1989-09-08

George Brett gets his 2,500th hit

1989-10-09

23rd Country Music Association Award: George Strait, Kathy Mattea wins

1989-10-23

George Harrison releases "Best of Dark Horse 1976-89" album

1989-11-12

George Forest's musical "Grand Hotel" opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC for 1018 performances

1989-11-21

Law banning smoking on most domestic flights signed by President Bush

1989-11-27

George Harrison releases "Cheer Down" & "Poor Little Girl"

1989-12-03

Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev and US President George H. W. Bush, declare the Cold War over

1990-01-15

42 year old George Foreman KOs Gerry Cooney in 2 rounds in Atlantic City

1990-03-28

President Bush awards Jesse Owen the Congressional Gold Medal

1990-06-25

African National Congress leader Nelson Mandela meets with President George Bush at the White House

1990-07-25

KC Royal George Brett hits for the cycle

1990-07-26

President Bush signs Americans With Disabilities Act

1990-07-30

George Steinbrenner is forced by Commissioner Fay Vincent to resign as prinicipal partner of NY Yankees

1990-08-02

US President George H. W. Bush orders troops to Saudi Arabia

1990-08-20

George Steinbrenner steps down as NY Yankee owner

1990-08-22

President Bush calls up military reserves

1990-09-09

George H W Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev meet in Helsinki & urge Iraq to leave Kuwait

1990-09-16

Iraq televises an 8 minute uncensored speech from George Bush

1990-09-24

South African President F W de Klerk meets US President Bush in Washington DC

1990-10-01

US President Bush at UN, condemns Iraq's takeover of Kuwait

1990-10-03

George Brett becomes 1st to lead league in batting in 3 decades

1990-10-08

24th Country Music Association Award: George Strait wins

1990-11-15

US President Bush signs Clear Air Act of 1990

1990-11-22

George Bush visits US troops in Saudi Arabia

1990-11-30

US President George H. W. Bush offers to send Secretary of State James Baker to Baghdad to meet with Saddam Hussein

1991-01-12

US Congress gives George Bush authority to wage war against Iraq

1991-03-06

Following Iraq's capitulation in the Persian Gulf conflict, President Bush told Congress that "aggression is defeated. The war is over"

1991-04-07

George Washington Bridge raises toll from $3.00 to $4.00

1991-04-19

Evander Holyfield beats George Foreman in 12 for heavyweight boxing title

1991-05-04

President Bush is hospitalized for erratic heartbeat

1991-05-15

President Bush takes Queen Elizabeth to Oakland A's-Balt Oriole game

1991-08-16

President Bush declares recession is near an end

1991-09-27

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

1991-10-16

George Jo Hennard, 35, kills 23 & himself & wounds 20 in Texas

1991-12-10

Howard Spira sentenced to 2½ years in prison for trying to extort money from Yankees owner George Steinbrenner

1992-01-08

George Bush gets ill & vomits on Japanese prime minister's lap

1992-04-24

George Steinbrenner drops his suits against baseball

1992-05-23

President Bush orders Coast Guard to intercept boats with Haitian refugees

1992-07-24

Faye Vincent reinstates Yankee owner George Steinbrenner (eff 3/1/93)

1992-09-30

KC Royal George Brett gets 4 hits to become 18th to get 3,000 hits

1992-10-05

1st overturn of a George Bush veto (cable bill)

1992-12-04

Somali Civil War: President George H. W. Bush orders 28,000 US troops to Somalia in Northeast Africa.

1992-12-24

US President Bush pardons Caspar Weinberger for Iran-contra affair

1993-03-01

George Steinbenner is reinstated as owner of NY Yankees

1993-04-01

Alan Bennett's "Madness of George III" premieres in London

1993-04-19

South Dakota governor George Mickelson and seven others are killed when a state-owned aircraft crashed lands in Iowa.

1993-04-24

Firestone World Bowling Tournament of Champions won by George Branham

1993-05-13

KC Royal George Brett hits his 300th HR

1993-06-26

The U.S. launches a cruise missile attack targeting Baghdad intelligence headquarters in retaliation for a thwarted assassination attempt against former President George H.W. Bush in April in Kuwait.

1993-07-18

122nd British Golf Open: Greg Norman shoots a 267 at Royal St George

1993-08-19

George Tiller, abortion doctor, shot in his arms by Rachelle Shannon

1994-02-07

Howard Stern stops a would-be jumper on the George Washington Bridge

1994-09-12

Country singer George Jones undergoes triple bypass surgery

1994-09-13

George Burns, undergoes surgery to drain fluid from his brain

1994-11-05

George Foreman (45) KOs Michael Moorer to win boxing HW championship

1995-03-04

George Foreman loses WBA boxing title, refusing to fight Tony Tucker

1995-04-22

George Foreman beats Axel Schulz in 12 for heavyweight boxing title in Las Vegas

1995-06-29

George Foreman loses IBF boxing title for refusing to re-fight Axel Schulz

1995-09-26

"George" magazine premieres, published by John F Kennedy Jr

1995-12-09

61st Heisman Trophy Award: Eddie George, Ohio State (RB)

1996-08-06

George R.R. Martin publishes the epic fantasy novel "A Game of Thrones", the first in his series "A Song of Ice and Fire"

1997-05-14

Baseball's Exec Council suspends NY Yank owner George Steinbrenner

1997-09-24

31st Country Music Association Award: Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood & George Strait wins

1998-01-08

NY Giant GM George Young resigns to accept NFL position

1998-04-22

33rd Academy of Country Music Awards: Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood & George Strait wins

1998-09-23

32nd Country Music Association Award: Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood & George Strait wins

2000-06-14

34th Country Weekly Presents the TNN Music Awards: George Strait & Faith Hill wins

2001-06-13

35th TNN & CMT Country Weekly Music Awards: George Strait, Faith Hill & Alan Jackson wins

2001-08-03

US President George Bush signs into law the Iran and Libya Sanctions Act (ILSA) Extension Act of 2001

2001-08-09

US President George W. Bush announces his support for federal funding of limited research on embryonic stem cells.

2001-09-20

In an address to a joint session of Congress and the American people, U.S. President George W. Bush declares a "war on terror".

2001-10-08

U.S. President George W. Bush announces the establishment of the Office of Homeland Security.

2001-11-13

War on Terrorism: In the first such act since World War II, US President George W. Bush signs an executive order allowing military tribunals against foreigners suspected of connections to terrorist acts or planned acts on the United States.

2001-11-20

In Washington, D.C., U.S. President George W. Bush dedicates the United States Department of Justice headquarters building as the Robert F. Kennedy Justice Building, honoring the late Robert F. Kennedy on what would have been his 76th birthday.

2002-01-08

President George W. Bush signs into law the No Child Left Behind Act.

2002-01-29

In his State of the Union Address, United States President George W. Bush describes "regimes that sponsor terror" as an Axis of Evil, in which he includes Iraq, Iran and North Korea.

2002-06-29

U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, serves as Acting President for two and a half hours, while President George W. Bush undergoes a colonoscopy procedure.

2002-07-30

The accounting law referred to as "The Sarbanes Oxley Act" is signed into law by President George W. Bush.

2003-05-01

2003 invasion of Iraq: In what becomes known as the "Mission Accomplished" speech, U.S. President George W. Bush declares that "major combat operations in Iraq have ended" on board the USS Abraham Lincoln off the coast of California.

2003-07-20

132nd British Golf Open: Ben Curtis shoots a 283 at Royal St George's Golf Club

2003-10-15

The Staten Island Ferry boat Andrew J. Barberi collides with a pier at the St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island, killing 11 people and injuring 43.

2003-12-14

President George W. Bush announces the capture of Saddam Hussein.

2004-04-29

Dick Cheney and George W. Bush testify before the 9/11 Commission in a closed, unrecorded hearing in the Oval Office.

2004-10-01

Baseball: Seattle Mariners outfielder Ichiro Suzuki gets his 258th hit of the season, breaking George Sisler's 84-year-old single-season record.

2005-02-23

Slovakia Summit 2005 begins, marking the first occasion when a sitting American President visits Slovakia; George W. Bush and Vladimir Putin are in attendance.

2005-05-10

A hand grenade which was thrown by Vladimir Arutyunian lands about 65 feet (20 metres) from U.S. President George W. Bush while he was giving a speech to a crowd in Tbilisi, Georgia, but it malfunctions and does not detonate.

2005-10-02

The Ethan Allen tour boat capsizes on Lake George in Upstate New York, killing twenty people.

2006-05-09

George Preca is canonised as the first Maltese saint in history.

2006-06-29

Hamdan v. Rumsfeld: The U.S. Supreme Court rules that President George W. Bush's plan to try Guantanamo Bay detainees in military tribunals violates U.S. and international law.

2006-12-15

B.B. King is awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President George W. Bush

2007-09-21

George Clooney is injured in a motorcycle accident in Weehawken, New Jersey

2007-10-05

"Michael Clayton", starring George Clooney, Tom Wilkinson, and Tilda Swinton, is released

2008-01-18

The United Nations announce George Clooney as a UN messenger of peace

2008-10-03

The $700 billion bailout bill for the US financial system is signed by President George W. Bush

2008-12-14

President George W. Bush made his fourth and final (planned) trip to Iraq as president and almost struck by two shoes thrown at him by Iraqi journalist Muntadhar al-Zaidi during a farewell conference in Baghdad.

2009-10-04

George Papandreou's Panhellenic Socialist Movement defeats Greece's governing New Democracy party in an electoral landslide.

2010-11-16

In University Park, Texas, the groundbreaking ceremony for the George W. Bush Presidential Center takes place

2011-07-17

140th British Golf Open: Darren Clarke shoots a 275 at Royal St George's Golf Club

2012-03-16

George Clooney and other several prominent participants, including Martin Luther King III, are arrested outside the Sundanese Embassy for civil disobedience

2012-06-10

A Helicopter crash near Nairobi, Kenya, kills five people, including George Saitoti, a Kenyan cabinet minister

2012-12-05

In his Autumn Statement, Chancellor George Osborne cuts the UK growth forecast for 2013 to 1.2% from the 2% forecast in the budget

2013-06-05

47th Country Music Association Award: George Strait, Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton wins

2014-07-26

Taghrooda wins the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes

2015-11-05

George Barris, Batmobile creator and 'King of the Kustomizers,' dies at 89

2016-06-26

Conservative Writer George Will Drops Out of GOP Over Trump

2017-09-07

Prince George attends 1st day of primary school in London

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George - Notable Birthdays

George IMay 28, 1660

HandelFeb 23, 1685

George MasonDec 11, 1725

George WashingtonFeb 22, 1732

Robert R. LivingstonNov 27, 1746

George BancroftOct 3, 1800

George McClellanDec 3, 1826

George Armstrong CusterDec 5, 1839

George WestinghouseOct 6, 1846

George EastmanJul 12, 1854

George Bernard ShawJul 26, 1856

George VJun 3, 1865

George M CohanJul 3, 1878

George MarshallDec 31, 1880

PattonNov 11, 1885

George MalloryJun 18, 1886

Bugs MoranAug 21, 1891

William George BarkerNov 3, 1894

George HalasFeb 2, 1895

George HainsworthJun 26, 1895

George Machine Gun KellyJul 18, 1895

Elizabeth Bowes-LyonAug 4, 1900

George GallupNov 18, 1901

George MurphyJul 4, 1902

George OrwellJun 25, 1903

George BalanchineJan 22, 1904

George WaldNov 18, 1906

BradmanAug 27, 1908

George ReevesJan 5, 1914

Orson WellesMay 6, 1915

George H. W. BushJun 12, 1924

George MikanJun 18, 1924

George SteinbrennerJul 4, 1930

Sparky AndersonFeb 22, 1934

George A RomeroFeb 4, 1940

George TakeiApr 20, 1940

George AkerlofJun 17, 1940

George HarrisonFeb 25, 1943

George Roger WatersSep 6, 1943

George LucasMay 14, 1944

George W. BushJul 6, 1946

George R.R. MartinSep 20, 1948

George ForemanJan 10, 1949

Bill JamesOct 5, 1949

George ThorogoodFeb 24, 1950

George GervinApr 27, 1952

George BrettMay 15, 1953

John F. Kennedy JrNov 25, 1960

George ClooneyMay 6, 1961

George MichaelJun 25, 1963

Barbara and Jenna BushNov 25, 1981

George - Birthdays
Date Event
1449-10-21

George, Duke of Clarence, brother of Edward IV and Richard III (d. 1478)

1471-08-27

George the Bearded, Meissen, Germany, Duke of Saxony (1500-39) (d. 1539)

1473-08-14

Margaret Pole, 8th Countess of Salisbury, daughter of George, Duke of Clarence (d. 1541)

1484-01-17

George Spalatin, German reformer (d. 1545)

1504-06-02

George/Joris van Egmont, bishop of Utrecht

1562-10-29

George Abbott, English theologist/archbishop of Canterbury

1578-03-02

George Sandys, English colonist and poet (d. 1644)

1588-06-11

George Wither, English writer (d. 1667)

1592-04-28

George Villiers, 1st duke of Buckingham/English admiral

1592-08-28

George Villiers, 1st duke of Buckingham/PM (1625-28)

1593-04-03

George Herbert, English metaphysical poet (5 Mystical Songs)

1608-07-14

George Goring, Lord Goring, English royalist soldier (d. 1657)

1608-12-06

George Monck/Monk, English general/gov of Scotland

1612-02-22

George Digby, 2nd Earl of Bristol, English statesman (d. 1677)

1628-01-30

George Villiers, 2nd duke of Buckingham England

1633-11-11

George Savile, 1st marquis of Halifax/author (Character of a Trimmer)

1642-06-20

George Hickes, English linguistic (Old German Philology)

1653-04-02

Prince George of Denmark, prince consort of Anne of England (d. 1708)

1660-05-28

George I, Hanover, Germany, King of England (1714-27)

1662-05-18

George Smalridge, English bishop of Bristol (d. 1719)

1665-12-28

George FitzRoy, 1st Duke of Northumberland, British general (d. 1716)

1666-02-09

George Hamilton, 1st Earl of Orkney, British soldier (d. 1737)

1666-03-15

George Bähr, German architect (Frauenkirche, Dresden) (d. 1738)

1683-03-01

Caroline of Ansbach, wife of George II of Great Britain (d. 1737)

1683-10-30

George II [August], King of Great-Britain (1727-60)

1683-11-10

George II [August], king of England (1727-60)

1685-01-07

Gerard George Clifford, Dutch director of East India Company

1685-02-23

George Frideric Handel, Halle Germany, baroque composer and (Messiah, Water Music)

1685-02-23

George Frideric Handel, The Social Network

1685-03-12

George Berkeley, Ireland, philosopher/bishop of Cloyne

1693-02-04

George Lillo, bourgeois English dramatist (London Merchant)

1693-02-04

George Lillo, In the Toils of the Temptress

1693-04-03

George Edwards, English naturalist (d. 1773)

1697-04-23

George Baron Anson, British admiral/explorer

1706-03-06

George Pocock, British admiral (d. 1792)

1707-09-07

George-Louis Leclerc, comte de Buffon, writer on natural history

1708-04-06

George Reuter, composer

1712-10-14

George Grenville, British PM (1763-65)

1714-12-16

George Whitefield, English-born Methodist leader (d. 1770)

1716-01-26

George Sackville Germain, 1st Viscount Sackville

1716-10-06

George Montague-Dunk, 2nd Earl of Halifax, English statesman (d. 1771)

1718-06-17

George Howard, British field marshal (d. 1796)

1719-03-04

George Pigot, Baron Pigot, British governor of Madras (d. 1777)

1721-08-31

George Hervey, 2nd Earl of Bristol, British statesman (d. 1775)

1724-02-28

George Townshend, 1st Marquess Townshend, British field marshal (d. 1807)

1724-08-25

George Stubbs, England, animal painter (Horse Frightened by Lion)

1725-12-11

George Mason, Fairfax County Virginia, American statesman (Bill of Rights)

1729-09-22

George Wilhelm Gruber, composer

1730-05-10

George Ross, US judge (signed Declaration of Independence)

1732-02-22

George Washington, Westmoreland, Virginia, 1st American president (1789-97)

1732-02-22

George Washington,

1732-04-18

George Colman, "the Elder

1733-06-20

Betty Washington sister of George Washington

1733-09-18

George Read, US judge/signer (Declaration of Independence)

1737-05-14

George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney, British statesman (d. 1806)

1738-06-04

George III, London England, King of Great Britain (1760-1820)

1739-03-16

George Clymer, US merchant (signed Decl of Ind, Constitution)

1739-07-26

George Clinton, NY, (D-R) 4th VP (1805-12)

1741-04-15

Charles Willson Peale, US, port painter/inventor (George Washington)

1746-11-27

Robert R. Livingston, US Founding Father, delivered oath of office to George Washington

1749-06-15

George Joseph Vogler, composer

1751-12-10

George Shaw, English botanist and zoologist (d. 1813)

1752-11-19

George Rogers Clark, frontier military leader in Revolutionary War

1754-12-24

George Crabbe, Aldeburgh England, poet (Everlasting Mercy)

1757-04-15

George Knowil Jackson, composer

1757-06-05

Pierre Jean George Cabanis, French physiologist (d. 1808)

1757-06-22

George Vancouver, surveyed Pacific coast from San Francisco to Vancouver Island

1762-08-12

King George IV of the United Kingdom (1820-30)

1763-06-26

George Morland, England, artist of rural landscapes

1768-05-17

Caroline, Brunswick, Queen Consort of King George IV

1770-04-11

George Canning, (C) British PM (1827)

1770-04-14

George Canning, London, British PM (1827)

1771-05-01

George Guest, composer

1773-12-27

George Cayley, England, found science of aerodynamics

1776-05-10

George Thomas Smart, composer

1776-06-01

John George Schetky, composer

1778-06-07

George Bryan "Beau" Brummel, London England, English dandy

1781-06-09

George Stephenson, Newcastle England, inventor (RR locomotive)

1784-01-28

George HG earl of Aberdeen, English secretary of State

1785-09-25

George Frederic Pinto, composer

1785-10-20

George Ormerod, English historian and antiquarian (d. 1873)

1785-10-31

George F Kersting, German painter

1787-03-17

George Simon Ohm, physicist (discovered Ohm's Law)

1787-06-28

Sir Henry George Wakelyn (Harry) Smith, Wittlesea England, governor at the Cape Colony

1788-01-22

Lord [George Gordon Noel] Byron, England, romantic poet (Don Juan)

1789-01-30

George Augustus Kollmann, composer

1790-07-04

George Everest, Welsh surveyor (d. 1866)

1790-10-10

George Gerson, composer

1791-03-09

George Hayward, US, surgeon, 1st to use ether

1791-04-09

George Peacock, Denton County Durham, English Mathematician (algebraic theory)

1792-04-12

John George Lambton, London, statesman (1st Earl of Durham)

1792-07-10

George Mifflin Dallas, (D) 11th VP (1845-49)

1792-09-27

George Cruikshank, London, caricaturist (Oliver Twist)

1794-06-18

George Grote, British historian

1795-02-18

George Peabody, South Danvers Mass, merchant/philanthropist

1796-04-12

George N. Briggs, 19th Governor of Massachusetts (d. 1861)

1796-07-26

George Catlin, US, author/painter (American Indian scenes)

1796-07-26

George Catlin, A Man Called Horse

1796-11-06

George Back, English sea officer/explorer (North Canada)

1800-04-16

George Bingham, 3rd Earl of Lucan, British soldier (d. 1888)

1800-10-03

George Bancroft, Worcester Massachusetts, American historian (History of the United States)

1800-11-15

George Rodwell, composer

1801-05-06

George Sears Greene, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1899

1801-07-27

George Biddle Airy, 7th Astronomer Royal

1801-07-29

George Bradshaw, English publisher (d. 1853)

1802-02-21

George Douglas Ramsey, Bvt Major general (Union Army), died in 1882

1802-02-27

William George Frederick Cavendish Bentinck, Lord George Bentinck

1802-03-16

George Archibald McCall, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1803-05-25

Edward George Bulwer-Lytton, The Last Days of Pompeii

1803-06-24

George James Webb, composer

1803-06-24

George J. Webb, The Firestorm

1803-10-21

George Wright, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1865

1804-07-01

George Sand, France, (female) novelist (Valentine, Le Figaro)

1804-07-01

George Sand, Jutrzenka

1805-09-27

George Müller, Prussian orphanage builder (d. 1898)

1805-9-27

George Müller, Heaven and Earth

1806-05-16

George C Cadwalader, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1879

1806-09-24

George Alexander Osborne, composer

1807-02-25

George Alfred Trenholm, Secy Treas (Confederacy), died in 1876

1809-02-25

George Washington Cullom, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1892

1809-04-14

George W Vreede, Dutch lawyer/politician

1809-04-17

Philip St George Cocke, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1861

1809-06-13

George Philip St Cooke, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1895

1810-11-10

George Jennings English sanitary engineer (d. 1882)

1811-02-06

Henry George Liddell, father of the Alice in Alice in Wonderland (d. 1898)

1811-02-23

George Washington Hewitt, composer

1811-03-20

George Caleb Bingham, US, politician/painter (Country Election)

1812-03-20

George Bibb Crittenden, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1880

1813-03-02

George Alexander Macfarren, composer

1814-09-06

George Cartier, (C) Canadian co-PM (1858-62)

1815-01-08

George Webb Morell, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1883

1815-11-02

George Boole, mathematician (Boolean algebra)

1815-12-31

George Gordon Meade, Major General (Union Army), died in 1872

1816-03-27

George Elvey, composer

1816-07-31

George Henry Thomas, Major General (Union Army), died in 1870

1817-02-23

George Watts, London, painter

1817-02-23

George Frederic Watts, Hope

1817-04-18

George Henry Lewes, English philosophical writer (Life of Goethe)

1817-05-05

George Washington Julian, MC (Union), died in 1899

1818-01-28

George Sewall Boutwell, MC (Union), died in 1905

1818-03-10

George Wythe Randolph, Secy War (Confederacy), died in 1867

1818-05-20

William George Fargo, founder (Wells Fargo)

1818-11-29

George Brown, Canada, publisher (Toronto Globe), PM (L) (1858)

1819-01-01

George Foster Shepley, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1878

1819-03-26

Prince George, Duke of Cambridge at the Richmond Horse Show

1819-08-13

George Gabriel Stokes, physicist/mathematician (spectroscope)

1819-10-02

George Washington Getty, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1901

1819-11-22

George Eliot, [Mary Anne Evans], Nuneaton England, author (Middlemarch, Silas Marner)

1819-11-22

George Eliot, Middlemarch

1819-12-13

Edwin George Monk, composer

1820-02-01

George Hendric Houghton, American Protestant Episcopal clergyman (d. 1897)

1820-03-01

George Davis, Atty Gen (Confederacy), died in 1896

1820-07-02

George Law Curry, Newspaper publisher and Governor of Oregon (d. 1878)

1820-08-13

George Grove, London, England, biblical scholar/misicographer

1820-08-30

George Frederick Root, composer

1820-09-03

George Hearst, American businessman and father of William Randolph Hearst (d. 1891)

1820-09-20

George Washington Morgan, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1820-10-20

George Jerrison Stannard, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1821-03-24

[George] Hector Tyndale, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1821-10-11

George Williams, England, founder YMCA

1821-11-02

Sir George Bowen, British provincial governor (d. 1899)

1822-07-22

John George Walker, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1893

1822-08-22

George Stoneman, US Union general-major/(Gov-California, 1883-87)

1822-10-09

George Sykes, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1880

1823-04-30

George JD Campbell, Scottish/Brit Minister to Indies (1868-74/80-85)

1823-06-05

George Thorndike Angell, Mass, lawyer (ASPCA)

1823-07-19

George Henry Gordon, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1824-02-03

George Thomas "Tige" Anderson, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)

1824-02-03

Nathan George "Shanks" Evans, Brig Gen (Confederacy), died in 1868

1824-06-20

George E Street, British (?) architect

1824-12-10

George MacDonald, Scotland, sci-fi author (Princess & Curdie)

1824-12-10

George MacDonald, The Princess and the Goblin

1825-01-28

George Edward Pickett, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1875

1825-03-08

George William Martin, composer

1825-05-01

George Inness, US landscape painter (Delaware Water Gap)

1825-05-08

George Bruce Malleson, Indian officer (d. 1898)

1825-05-21

George Lafayette Beal, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1825-08-30

George Frederick Root, Lincoln

1825-12-19

George Frederick Bristow, composer

1826-02-15

George J Stoney, Irish physicist

1826-04-26

George Hull Ward, American general (d. 1863)

1826-05-22

George Parr, cricketer (legendary Notts batsman, 1st Eng touring capt)

1826-06-24

George Goyder, surveyor-general of South Australia (d. 1898)

1826-11-30

George Washington Deitzler, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1826-12-03

George McClellan, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Union army major general, (d. 1885)

1827-10-14

Sir William George Granville Venables Vernon Harcourt, British Home Secretary and Chancellor of the Excheque

1828-02-12

George Meredith, England, poet/novelist (Shaving of Shagpat)

1828-02-12

George Meredith, The Ordeal of Richard Feverel

1828-04-08

George Baird Hodge, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)

1828-08-17

George William Warren, composer

1828-08-24

George Hume "Maryland" Steuart, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)

1828-08-31

George Leonard Andrews, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1829-03-24

George Francis Train, American businessman (d. 1904)

1829-03-24

George Francis Train, Train vs. Donovan

1829-04-24

George Peabody Estey, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1881

1829-09-08

George Crook, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1890

1830-01-19

George Blake Cosby, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1909

1830-05-14

George Pierce Doles, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1864

1830-05-28

George Lucas Hartsuff, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1874

1830-12-19

George L. Aiken, Uncle Tom's Cabin

1831-03-03

George M Pullman, inventor (railway sleeping car)

1831-04-12

George Burgwyn Anderson, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)

1832-01-04

George Tryon, British admiral (d. 1893)

1832-01-26

George Shiras Jr., U.S. Supreme Court justice (d. 1924)

1832-02-26

John George Nicolay, US, author (Abe Lincoln's biographer)

1832-05-30

George Doherty Johnston, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)

1832-09-16

George Washington Custis Lee, Major General (Confederate Army)

1832-10-16

George Crockett Strong, Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1832-11-22

George Henry Chapman, Bvt Maj Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1882

1833-01-28

Charles George Gordon, London, general (China, Khartoum)

1833-07-27

Thomas George Bonney, English geologist (d. 1923)

1834-01-20

George D. Robinson, 34th Governor of Massachusetts (d. 1896)

1834-03-06

George du Maurier British illustrator and writer (d. 1896)

1834-03-06

George L. Du Maurier, Svengali

1834-06-08

George Garrett, composer

1835-12-18

George Dashiell Bayard, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1836-10-05

George Washington Gordon, Brig Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1911

1837-05-28

George Ashlin, Irish architect (d. 1921)

1837-12-26

Adm George Dewey, American naval hero of Manila

1837-12-26

George Dewey, Admiral Dewey Landing at Gibraltar

1838-03-03

George William Hill, US astronomer (calculated Moon's orbit)

1838-07-20

George Otto Trevelyan, British statesman and biographer (d. 1928)

1839-09-02

Henry George, land reformer/writer (Progress & Poverty)

1839-12-05

George Armstrong Custer, New Rumley, Ohio, Mjr General (Union volunteers), (d. 1876)

1840-03-26

George Smith, London England, Archaeologist and assyriologist (cuneiform (script))

1840-09-14

George Elbridge Whiting, composer

1841-01-30

Alfred Townsend George, Civil War journalist, died in 1914

1841-07-31

George Melville, polar explorer, naval engineer

1842-03-17

George Leybourne, George of the Jungle

1842-04-08

Elizabeth Bacon Custer, wife of George Armstrong Custer (d. 1933)

1842-08-14

George K. Nash, Governor Nash of Ohio

1843-08-26

George August Lumbye, composer

1843-12-13

George Stephanescu, composer

1844-08-22

George Washington De Long, New York City, American Arctic Explorer whose disastrous expedition provided evidence to support the theory of trans-Arctic oceanic drift

1844-09-11

George Clement Martin, composer

1844-10-12

George W Cable, American writer (Northampton Years)

1845-08-24

James C. Calhoun, American soldier, brother-in-law of George Armstrong Custer (d. 1876)

1845-12-07

George A. Minor, Just Cause

1845-12-24

King George of Greece, The King of Greece in the City

1846-10-06

George Westinghouse, Central Bridge, New York, entrepreneur and engineer (alternated US currency), (d. 1914)

1847-11-02

George Sorel, French Socialist thinker/author (violent revolutions)

1847-11-25

George W. Anson, The President's Special

1847-12-09

George Grossmith, English actor/writer (d. 1912)

1847-12-09

George Grossmith, The Diary of a Nobody: The Domestic Jottings of a City Clerk

1847-9-02

George R. Sims, Lady Letmere's Jewellery

1848-10-31

Boston Custer, brother of George Armstrong Custer (d. 1876)

1849-10-28

George Hale, When a Man Loves

1849-12-16

George Berrell, Uncle John's Money

1850-02-18

George Henschel, composer

1851-03-13

George Newnes, Antarctic Expedition: Sir George Newnes' Farewell to Officers and Crew

1851-10-15

George F Moore, US theologist (Hebrews, Old Testament)

1851-10-21

George Ulyett, cricketer (great Yorkshire all-rounder 1873-93)

1852-02-24

George A Moore, Ireland, painter/novelist (Esther Waters)

1852-02-24

George Moore, Albert Nobbs

1852-04-18

George Clausen, painter

1853-03-20

George Godfrey, Chelsea Mass, heavyweight boxer (Old Chocolate)

1853-03-22

George Barnum, Minnie

1854-01-21

George Musgrove, Nell Gwynne

1854-07-12

George Eastman, Waterville New York, inventor (Kodak camera)

1854-07-12

George Eastman, Cannibals of the South Seas

1854-08-11

George A. Williams, From Peril to Peril

1854-10-10

George Morgan, The Hurricane Express

1854-11-13

George Whitfield Chadwick, Lowell Mass, composer (Judi Van Winke)

1855-02-25

George Bonnor, cricketer (big-hitting Aussie batter 1880-1888)

1855-10-14

George Edwardes, British composer (Gaiety Girl)

1856-01-06

George Thorne, Highlights from The Mikado

1856-03-11

George Durham, Texas Rangers

1856-05-26

George Templeton Strong, composer

1856-06-01

George Brest, Assignment in Brittany

1856-07-07

George Hearne, cricketer (brother of Frank & Alec, Test for England)

1856-07-26

George Bernard Shaw, Dublin Ireland, dramatist (Pygmalion-Nobel 1925), (d. 1950)

1856-07-26

George Bernard Shaw, My Fair Lady

1856-08-01

George Coulthard, Former Australian rules footballer and cricketer (d. 1883)

1857-01-31

George Jackson Churchward, Great Western Railway Chief mechanical engineer. (d. 1933)

1857-05-03

George Gore, American baseball player (d. 1933)

1857-06-15

George Backus, The Warrens of Virginia

1857-09-12

George H Breitner, Dutch impressionist painter/water colors painter

1857-11-22

George Gissing, English author (Thyrza, Crown of Life)

1857-11-22

George Gissing, The Turning Point

1857-12-22

George [Robert] Gissing, England, novelist

1858-06-19

Charles Haddon George Alexander, [George Samson], British actor

1858-06-19

George Alexander, Masks and Faces

1858-06-29

George Washington Goethals, engineer (built Panama Canal)

1858-10-19

George Albert Boulenger, Belgian naturalist (d. 1937)

1858-11-23

Frank Hearne, cricketer (bro of George & Alec, Eng & S Afr)

1858-9-14

George Farren, The Cinderella Man

1858-9-19

George W. Wickersham, Hoover Board's Dry Law Stirs Nation

1859-02-14

George Washington Gale Ferris, engineer/inventor (Ferris Wheel)

1859-02-21

George Lansbury, The Man with Two Faces

1859-03-27

George Giffen, cricketer (one of Australia's greatest all-rounders)

1859-11-01

George Wylie Paul Hunt, A Western Governor's Humanity

1859-12-02

Georges Seurat, Sunday in the Park with George

1860-07-16

George F. Marion, Anna Christie

1860-08-25

George Fawcett, US actor (Intolerance)

1860-08-25

George Fawcett, The Son of the Sheik

1861-01-06

George Exton Lloyd, Anglican bishop and theologian (d. 1940)

1861-07-11

George William Norris, (Rep/Sen-Neb) (Lame duck-amendement)

1861-12-08

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

1862-03-26

George William Louis Marshall-Hall, composer

1862-07-26

George B. Cortelyou, William McKinley at Canton, Ohio

1863-01-17

David Lloyd George, (L-PM-Britain, 1916-22)

1863-01-17

David Lloyd George, The Lord Mayor of London

1863-02-17

George Bickel, The Fixer

1863-03-21

George Owen Squier, American inventor and Major General in U.S. Signal Corp(d.1934)

1863-05-24

George Grey Barnard, American sculptor (d. 1938)

1863-06-06

George Hernandez, Flapjacks

1863-06-18

George Essex Evans, Australian poet (d. 1909)

1863-07-22

Alec Hearne, cricketer (brother of George & Frank, Kent 1884-1910)

1863-12-16

George Santayana, Spain, philosopher/poet/humanist (Last Puritan)

1864-01-04

George Albert Smith, A Kiss in the Tunnel

1864-01-10

George Washington Carver, agricultural scientist [or Jul 12]

1864-02-06

George Jay Gould, Champion Polo Players

1864-02-15

George Mozart, Coney as Peacemaker

1864-04-24

George AA Alting van Geusau, dir-gen (PTT)/Dutch Min of War (1918-20)

1864-04-28

George Leyton, The Man Who Made Good

1864-07-12

George Washington Carver, botanist (studied the peanut) [or Jan 10]

1864-11-04

Mrs. Lloyd George, Motherhood

1864-11-11

George Washington Crile, Chili Ohio, American Surgeon who conducted the first direct blood transfusion and studied the effects of surgical shock

1864-11-19

George Barbier, Phila, actor (Tarzan's Revenge, Wife vs Secretary)

1864-11-19

George Barbier, Yankee Doodle Dandy

1865-02-05

George L. Byram, The Flaming Frontier

1865-04-05

George S. Dougherty, The Line-Up at Police Headquarters

1865-04-16

Henry George Chauvel, Australian general (d. 1945)

1865-06-02

George Lohmann, cricketer (England's great bowler late 19th cent)

1865-06-03

George V, Saksen-Coburg [Windsor], King of Great Britain (1910-36)

1865-06-03

King George V, Cambridgeshire Race Meet

1865-06-26

George C Pearce, actor (Country Kid, British Agent, Valiant)

1865-06-26

George C. Pearce, The Pointed Finger

1865-07-01

George Nash, The Jungle

1865-07-16

George A Birmingham, [Rev James Owen Hannay], novelist

1865-07-16

George A. Birmingham, The Search Party

1865-10-02

George Alison, A Daughter of Pan

1865-10-17

George Neville, Way Down East

1865-11-23

George McClellan, Annual Parade, New York Fire Department

1866-02-07

George Ade, Marse Covington

1866-02-09

George Ade, US, journalist/playwright/humorist (Fables in Slang)

1866-04-04

George P Baker, US playwright (47 Workshop)

1866-04-04

George Pierce Baker, The Eve of the Revolution

1866-06-03

George Howells Broadhurst, English director (d. 1952)

1866-06-03

George Broadhurst, What Happened to Jones

1866-06-20

Lord George ESMH Carnarvon, England, egyptologist (Tutanchamon)

1866-06-20

George Felix, Felix on the Job

1866-06-26

George Edward Stanhope Molyneux Herbert 5th Earl of Carnarvon,

1866-07-10

George Bellamy, Houp-La!

1866-07-26

George Barr McCutcheon, Brewster's Millions

1866-11-27

George Reed, The Green Pastures

1867-01-08

George Pelzer, The Hoosier Schoolmaster

1867-01-16

George V. Hobart, The White Sister

1867-01-31

George Cochrane, A Burglar to the Rescue

1867-02-22

George Bastian, The Idle Class

1867-03-23

George Kibbe Turner, The Tip-Off

1867-04-10

George William Russell, Irish nationalist (d. 1935)

1867-05-03

Jack Hearne, cricketer (cousin of George & Alec 12 Tests for Eng)

1867-05-26

Mary of Teck, wife of George V of the United Kingdom (d. 1953)

1867-07-13

George Bunny, The Lost World

1867-11-17

George Stallings, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1868-01-20

George Cochran Hazelton, The Raven

1868-03-25

George Thompson, Why Bring That Up?

1868-04-10

George Arliss, London England, actor (Devil, Green Goddess)

1868-04-10

George Arliss, Disraeli

1868-04-22

George D. Baker, Heliotrope

1868-06-29

George Ellery Hale, American astronomer (d. 1938)

1868-06-29

George Ellery Hale,

1868-06-30

George De Carlton, Tony's Sacrifice

1868-07-12

Stefan George, Germany, lyric poet (Algabal)

1868-07-28

George Morren, Flemish painter/sculptor

1868-11-01

George Pleydell Bancroft, The Ware Case

1869-07-22

A.E. George, Brigadier Gerard

1869-09-20

George Robey, [George Edward Wade], comic

1869-11-24

George Pauncefort, Free Air

1869-12-04

George Pallu, A Rosa do Adro

1869-9-20

George Robey, Henry V

1870-01-14

Sir George Pearce, Australian politician (d. 1952)

1870-01-27

George Randolph Chester, Dead Men Tell No Tales

1870-03-08

George Gibbs, Voltaire

1870-04-04

George A Smith, Salt Lake City Utah, 8th pres of Mormon church

1870-04-04

George Albert Smith, Merely Mr. Hawkins

1870-04-08

George Rizard, The Old Swimmin' Hole

1870-06-17

George Cormack, cereal inventor (Wheaties)

1870-07-29

George Dixon, Reproduction of the McGovern and Dixon Fight

1870-08-23

George Davis, World Series Baseball Game

1870-11-22

George A. Billings, Hands Up!

1870-12-13

George Ovey, Fireman, Save My Gal!

1871-04-10

George Morrell, Child Bride

1871-10-09

George Gauthier, Bishop of Montreal and rector of the Université de Montréal (d. 1940)

1872-01-11

George Washington Pierce, American physicist (d. 1956)

1872-05-16

George Warrington, The Road to Glory

1872-06-20

George Carpenter, the 5th General of The Salvation Army (d. 1948)

1872-07-02

Cardinal George Mundelein, Cavalcade of Faith

1872-07-26

George Louis Beer, historian (authority on British colonies)

1872-08-02

George E. Stewart, American Medal of Honor recipient (d. 1946)

1872-9-27

George Arvine, The Harbor of Happiness

1873-01-10

George Orton, Canadian athlete (d. 1958)

1873-02-04

George Bennard, Fury

1873-02-27

George Christie, Sowers and Reapers

1873-03-07

George K. Hollister, From the Manger to the Cross; or, Jesus of Nazareth

1873-04-10

George D. Parker, Strike Me Lucky

1873-05-18

George Neely, The Gold Rush

1873-06-02

George MacQuarrie, Uncle Sam of Freedom Ridge

1873-10-06

Oscar George Theodore Sonneck, composer

1873-10-21

George P Gooch, English historian/MP

1873-12-13

George Beban, His Sweetheart

1874-02-05

George Periolat, The Mark of Zorro

1874-02-24

George Botsford, The George Burns Special

1874-04-15

George Harrison Shull, American plant geneticist (d. 1954)

1874-05-11

George Grossmith, The Time Machine

1874-10-05

George Irving, Bringing Up Baby

1874-10-10

George S. Trimble, The Man Who Stood Still

1874-12-30

George M. Carpenter, The Right of Way

1874-9-25

George Soule Spencer, Trooper 44

1875-01-29

George Stanley, Bitter Sweet

1875-03-19

George Pearson, The Little People

1875-03-22

George Elton, Glorious Morning

1875-04-13

George Arthurs, Velvet Goldmine

1875-06-03

George Scarborough, The Boob

1875-10-04

George Formby Sr., No Fool Like an Old Fool

1875-9-15

George Rohe, World Series Baseball Game

1875-9-27

George Guhl, Murder by Invitation

1876-01-01

George Graves, The Robber Symphony

1876-01-18

George Chan, Shadow of Chinatown

1876-02-16

George Macauley Trevelyan, England, historian (Giuseppi Garibaldi)

1876-03-18

George Sidney, Manhattan Melodrama

1876-05-10

George Webber, Midnight

1876-11-06

George G. McMurtry, The Lost Battalion

1876-11-26

George Tulley, Jimmy

1876-12-01

George Creel, Saved by the Juvenile Court

1877-01-11

George Majeroni, My Lady Incog.

1877-01-20

George Bealby, The Last Hour

1877-02-09

George Allan England, The Gift Supreme

1877-02-19

George Melford, Drácula

1877-03-18

George Field, Blood and Sand

1877-04-27

George Turner, Henry Steps Out

1877-06-05

George Fitch, Those Were the Days!

1877-10-27

George Thompson, English cricketer (d. 1943)

1877-11-29

George W. Jimenez, Citizen Kane

1877-12-15

George Atkinson, The Conquering Power

1878-01-28

George C. Hull, The Freeze-Out

1878-01-29

Walter F. George, Universal Newsreel

1878-02-24

George Cowl, The Mystery of the Yellow Room

1878-04-13

George J. Trinkaus, Good Morning, Boys

1878-07-03

George M Cohan, Providence Rhode Island, American father of musical comedy (Phantom President, Give My Regards to Broadway)

1878-07-03

George M. Cohan, Little Miss Sunshine

1878-07-25

George Ferguson, The Bruiser

1878-08-28

George Hoyt Whipple, Ashland New Hampshire, American physician and biomedical researcher (Nobel-1934)

1878-11-14

George S. Hellman, Night in Paradise

1878-11-17

George MacFarlane, Half Shot at Sunrise

1878-11-17

George L. Cox, The Wreck of the Vega

1878-9-30

George Holt, Through the Wall

1879-02-17

George Watts, Angels Over Broadway

1879-02-18

George Kirby, Forever and a Day

1879-03-15

George Agnew Chamberlain, The Red House

1879-04-04

George Probert, The King's Game

1879-04-28

George Offerman Sr., Girl on the Barge

1879-05-23

George Rosener, The Doorway to Hell

1879-06-08

George Lessey, The $1,000,000 Reward

1879-06-13

George Gunn, cricketer (elegant English batsman 1907-30)

1879-06-27

George Westmore, The Nut

1879-10-09

George Pattullo, Gasoline Gus

1879-12-25

Grace George, Johnny Come Lately

1879-9-21

George Gebhardt, An Awful Moment

1880-01-25

Francis George Scott, composer

1880-01-29

George Barnes, The Cat's Paw

1880-04-16

George A. Norton, No Direction Home: Bob Dylan

1880-05-12

George H. Scheibe, Dangers of a Bride

1880-05-25

George Dudley, The Halfmen

1880-06-10

George Loane Tucker, Traffic in Souls

1880-07-04

George Mullin, pitcher (Detroit Tigers-no-hitter on 7/4/1912)

1880-07-04

George Cummings, A Fight to a Finish

1880-07-22

George Gibson, The Glory of Their Times

1880-07-23

George W. Chapman, The Mollycoddle

1880-07-29

George Humbert, Trouble in Paradise

1880-08-22

George Herriman, American cartoonist (d. 1944)

1880-08-22

George Herriman, Krazy Kat Goes A-Wooing

1880-10-02

George Alexander Russell, composer

1880-10-27

George Middleton, The Big Pond

1880-11-20

George McBride, baseball player (d. 1973)

1880-12-31

George Marshall, Uniontown Pa, authored Marshall Plan (Nobel 1953), (d. 1959)

1880-12-31

George C. Marshall, George Marshall & the American Century

1880-9-10

George W. Beynon, The Girl of My Dreams

1881-02-18

George Elwood Jenks, Trouble Trail

1881-04-04

George Koich, Drums Along the Mohawk

1881-05-04

George Hassell, Captain Blood

1881-06-30

George K. Rolands, The Web of Life

1881-07-06

George Spaulding, The Man Who Couldn't Remember

1881-07-18

George Reehm, The Busy Man

1881-08-19

George Enescu, Colonia Ingerilor

1881-10-03

George Moran, The Bank Dick

1881-10-13

George Bacovia, [Vasiliu], Romanian poet/composer/painter

1881-11-05

George A. Malcolm, American jurist & educator (d. 1961)

1881-11-08

George Duthie, Too Much Johnson

1881-11-09

George Clancey, The Cringer

1881-12-27

George Auger,

1882-02-08

George Siegmann, actor (Birth of Nation, Queen of Sheba, Oliver Twist)

1882-02-08

George Siegmann, The Birth of a Nation

1882-02-14

George Jean Nathan, US, editor/author/critic (American Mercury)

1882-02-14

George Jean Nathan, Camille

1882-02-27

George Terwilliger, Ouanga

1882-05-09

George Barker, American painter (d. 1965)

1882-07-08

George Odom, Columbia World of Sports: Jockeys Up

1882-07-25

George S. Rentz, Navy Chaplain, Navy Cross (d. 1942)

1882-07-30

George P. Vierheller, Visiting St. Louis

1882-08-10

George E. Middleton, Just Squaw

1882-08-22

Burton George, Human Desires

1882-09-30

George Bancroft, Phila, actor (Underworld)/wife of Octavia Brooke

1882-9-30

George Bancroft, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town

1883-01-02

George Tawde, The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol

1883-02-02

George M. Merrick, The Lost City

1883-02-10

George Leverett, The Grapes of Wrath

1883-04-14

George B. French, Tarzan of the Apes

1883-05-11

George Southam, The Woman in White

1883-05-27

George Stillwell, In the Name of the Prince of Peace

1883-05-28

George Dyson, composer

1883-05-28

George Dyson,

1883-07-26

George Broughton, The Picture of Dorian Gray

1883-08-09

George Hoyt, NBA hall of fame referee (elected 1961)

1883-08-29

Muriel George, Last Holiday

1883-12-08

George E. Kann, A Bride for Henry

1883-12-17

George Cleethorpe, The Immigrant

1884-01-02

George Marlo, A Man of Honor

1884-01-07

George Bronson Howard, The Further Adventures of Yorke Norroy

1884-01-23

George McManus, Bringing Up Father

1884-02-14

George S. Gullette, Goofytone Newsreel #2

1884-02-14

George Routh, The Rough Neck

1884-03-21

George D Birkhoff, US mathematician (Aesthetic measure)

1884-04-15

George McKay, Babes in Arms

1884-07-04

George W. Trendle, The Green Hornet

1884-08-16

George Whiting, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

1884-08-27

George Bradford, The Pilgrim

1884-08-31

George Al Sarton, Belgian/US historian

1884-12-08

George Hoey, Arizona

1884-12-22

George LeMaire, Barbers' College

1884-12-27

George Coudert, A Woman in Grey

1885-02-10

George Baker, Plain Jane

1885-02-13

George Fitzmaurice, The Son of the Sheik

1885-03-04

George Shelton, Breaking Even

1885-03-21

George W. Weeks, The Midnight Warning

1885-04-07

George Kuwa, Moran of the Lady Letty

1885-04-30

Luigi Russolo, Bad Boy Made Good: The Revival of George Antheil's 1924 Ballet Mécanique

1885-05-07

George "Gabby" Hayes, Wellesvile NY, actor (In Old Santa Fe, El Paso)

1885-05-07

George 'Gabby' Hayes, Blue Steel

1885-06-12

George M. Williamson, How Life Begins

1885-07-12

George Sainton Kaye Butterworth, composer

1885-08-01

George de Hevesy, Hungarian chemist, Nobel laureate (d. 1966)

1885-08-23

George Walcott, The Swan

1885-09-17

George Cleveland, Sydney Nova Scotia, actor (Courage of Lassie)

1885-10-28

George M. Carleton, A Foreign Affair

1885-11-11

George S Patton, San Gabriel, California, US general (Sicily/Italy/Normandy) "Old Blood & Guts", (d. 1945)

1885-11-11

George S. Patton, Nazi Concentration Camps

1885-12-02

George Minot, US, physician, worked on anemia (Nobel 1934)

1885-12-05

George McGuire, Detour

1885-12-22

George A. McDaniel, Two Kinds of Love

1885-9-17

George Cleveland, Blue Steel

1886-01-11

George Zucco, England, actor (Adv of Sherlock Holmes, Capt Fury)

1886-01-11

George Zucco, Dead Men Walk

1886-02-19

George Luther Foote, composer

1886-04-06

George W. Pyper, Avenging Fangs

1886-04-25

George Binns, The Camera Cure

1886-06-18

George Mallory, England, mountain climber ("because it is there")

1886-06-18

George Mallory, The Epic of Everest

1886-06-24

George Shiels, Northern Irish dramatist (d. 1949)

1886-06-29

George Frederick Boyle, composer

1886-07-07

George Ahearn, The Strength of Donald McKenzie

1886-07-29

George Cutshaw, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1886-08-05

George Graff, Return to Me

1886-08-31

George L. Cobb, The Newton Boys

1886-10-12

George Noffka, Mare Nostrum

1886-10-24

George Goforth, Show People

1886-12-21

George Norman Peterkin, composer

1886-9-09

George V. Sheldon, The Kid

1887-01-13

George Gurdjieff, Armenian-Greek mystic (d. 1949)

1887-01-16

George Kelly, Studio One in Hollywood

1887-03-14

George Creten, Belgian sculptor/painter

1887-03-14

George H. Sistare Jr., Down to the Sea in Ships

1887-05-03

George Fiske, Melody of the Plains

1887-05-07

George DuBois Proctor, The Fortune Teller

1887-06-25

George Abbott, Forestville NY, producer (Damn Yankees, Pajama Game)

1887-06-25

George Abbott, The Pajama Game

1887-07-07

George Somnes, Torch Singer

1887-07-17

George LeGuere, Strife

1887-08-16

George W. Lawrence, Rule G

1887-09-08

Prince George of Yugoslavia (d. 1972)

1887-09-12

George Georgescu, composer

1887-10-03

George Webb, Idolators

1887-10-06

George Brown, cricketer (legendary England batsman/keeper of 20's)

1887-10-27

George Odell, The Wolf and His Mate

1887-10-29

George Unholz, The Road to Hollywood

1887-11-09

George A. Grimmer, The Lost Combination

1887-11-11

George Larkin, The Lurking Peril

1887-11-21

George Carney, 'I Know Where I'm Going!'

1887-11-30

George Burr Macannan, White Zombie

1887-12-13

George Polya, Hungarian-born mathematician (d. 1985)

1887-12-30

Henry George Ley, composer

1887-9-07

George Palmer Putnam,

1888-01-03

George B. Seitz, Love Finds Andy Hardy

1888-01-27

George Relph, Ben-Hur

1888-02-18

George Papandreou,

1888-04-11

George Clarke, Here's George

1888-05-13

George Richelavie, Pride and Prejudice

1888-06-07

George Chalmers, The Pioneers

1888-06-27

George Stewart, Master Fixit

1888-06-28

George Challenor, cricketer (pioneering West Indian batsman)

1888-07-06

George Meader, On the Town

1888-07-29

George Chesebro, Wolfblood

1888-07-29

George Dillon, Hyacinth Halvey

1888-08-02

George Ghermanoff, The Mark of Zorro

1888-08-07

George Sweeney, A Streetcar Named Desire

1888-08-15

Maude George, Foolish Wives

1888-08-20

George Sklavos, composer

1888-10-31

George Hubert Wilkins, Aust, polar explorer (Flying the Arctic)

1888-11-05

George Schaefer, Citizen Kane

1888-11-13

George Hayes, Great Expectations

1888-11-16

George Lehrer, Honky Tonk

1888-11-27

George Sowards, Borrowed Trouble

1888-12-11

Jack George, Queen of the Amazons

1888-12-13

George Daly, Excuse My Glove

1889-01-11

George Greenbaum, Der Eid des Stephan Huller

1889-02-11

George Spahn, Manson

1889-03-16

George Walsh, American Pluck

1889-03-19

George 'Doc' Rockwell, Hits of Today

1889-04-15

George Oschmann, The Golf Specialist

1889-06-25

George Whittemore, 42nd Street

1889-08-06

George Kenney, American Air Force General (d. 1977)

1889-09-25

George Douglas Howard Cole, socialist/novelist

1889-11-07

George Davis, Netherlands, actor (Devil May Care)

1889-11-07

George Davis, The Circus

1889-11-16

George S Kaufman, Pittsburgh Pa, playwright (This is Show Business)

1889-11-16

George S. Kaufman, A Night at the Opera

1889-12-02

George De Warfaz, The Fighting Pimpernel

1889-12-17

George Barraud, Dark Sands

1889-9-02

George H. Plympton, Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe

1889-9-02

George C. 'Duke' Zalibra, The Immigrant

1889-9-05

George Utell, An Aerial Joy Ride

1890-03-09

George W. Stout, The Tong Man

1890-04-02

George Robinson, Son of Frankenstein

1890-04-20

George Black, The Penny Pool

1890-05-07

George Archainbaud, The Kansan

1890-07-29

George McGonigle, One Man's Journey

1890-07-30

George Hazel, Lighting Bill

1890-08-01

George II, king of Greece

1890-08-26

George C. Bertholon, King Kelly of the U.S.A.

1890-10-27

Dino Galvani, George Bizet, Composer of Carmen

1890-11-09

George Regas, Greek actor (d. 1940)

1890-11-16

George Seldes, journalist

1890-11-16

George Seldes, Reds

1890-11-19

George Regas, The Mark of Zorro

1890-12-01

George G. Schneider, The Wizard of Oz

1890-12-10

George Merritt, London England, actor (I Monster, Q Planes)

1890-12-10

George Merritt, Horror of Dracula

1891-02-19

George Du Count, The Gay Desperado

1891-03-12

George W. Mason, American industrialist (d. 1954)

1891-07-19

George Meehan, Tarzan's Revenge

1891-08-10

George Fisher, For the Term of His Natural Life

1891-08-21

[George] Bugs Moran, St. Paul Minnesota, gangster

1891-12-29

George Marshall, How the West Was Won

1892-01-02

George Boehler, Fast Company

1892-02-05

George Saiko, writer

1892-02-05

George Saiko, Der Mann im Schilf

1892-03-16

George F. Worts, Absolute Quiet

1892-03-25

Andy Clyde, Scotland, actor (George-Real McCoys, Cully-Lassie)

1892-04-14

George Cehanovsky, Carmen

1892-04-27

George Manker Watters, Good Intentions

1892-05-03

George Thomson, demonstrated electron diffraction (Nobel 1937)

1892-05-03

George Paget Thomson, Certain of Uncertainty

1892-07-10

George "Slim" Summerville, US actor (Keystone Cops)

1892-08-20

George Aiken,

1892-10-06

George Harris, Birthday Greetings

1892-10-16

George Barnes, Rebecca

1892-10-16

George Kotsonaros, The Shakedown

1892-11-05

George Lloyd, Under California Stars

1893-03-24

George Sisler, American baseball player (d. 1973)

1893-05-13

George J. Teague, He Walked by Night

1893-06-01

George Sperry, Citizen Kane

1893-06-18

George Bloom, Around the World in Eighty Days

1893-07-09

George Geary, cricketer (sturdy pace bowler for England 1924-34)

1893-07-20

George Llewelyn-Davies, English Peter Pan character model (d. 1915)

1893-07-26

George Grosz, German painter (Gott mit uns)

1893-07-29

George Switzer, Rascals

1893-10-09

Heinrich George, (Schulz), German actor (Hitlerjunge Quex)

1893-10-09

Heinrich George, Metropolis

1893-10-13

George Moskov, The Big Combo

1894-04-23

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

1894-04-27

George Petty, WWII Pin-Up Artist (d. 1975)

1894-06-20

George Delacorte, NYC, philanthropist/publisher (Dell Books)

1894-06-22

George F. Eliot, Federal Bullets

1894-08-16

George Meany, NYC, labor leader (headed AFL-CIO)

1894-10-06

George Crone, Room Service

1894-11-03

William George Barker, Dauphin Manitoba, Canadian flying ace (Victoria Cross recipient)

1895-01-14

George Richard Samways, children's writer

1895-02-02

George S Halas, [Papa Bear], end/coach (Bears), co-founder NFL

1895-02-02

George Halas, Chicago Illinois, NFL pioneer (owner of the Chicago Bears)

1895-02-06

George Herman (Babe) Ruth, Baltimore, Maryland, baseball great (NY Yankees)

1895-02-18

George "The Gipper" Gipp, football star (Notre Dame)

1895-04-25

George W. Hill, The Big House

1895-06-26

George Hainsworth, Toronto Ontario, Canadian ice hockey player

1895-07-18

George Machine Gun Kelly [Georgio Barnes], Memphis Tennessee, American gangster, (d. 1954)

1895-12-14

King George VI of the United Kingdom (d. 1952) Reigned 1936-52.

1896-01-01

George Elder, Ninotchka

1896-01-20

George Burns, [Nathan Birnbaum], NYC, actor/comedian (Oh God)

1896-01-20

Rolfe Sedan, NYC, actor (Mailman-George Burns Show)

1896-05-29

George L Funke, botanist (Flower Physiology)

1896-09-27

George Bender, Cleveland, (Rep/Sen-R-Oh)

1896-12-06

George Trafton, NFL center (Chicago Bears)

1896-12-15

George B Cressey, US geographer (Asia's Lands & Peoples)

1897-06-07

George Szell, Budapest Hungary, conductor (Metropolitan 1942-45)

1897-06-07

George Szell, Le mirage

1897-10-11

George Preston Marshall, NFL team owner (Washington Redskins)

1898-01-01

George van Derton, Belgian racer (won 500 race)

1898-01-21

John George, Syria, actor (Kolb-Adventures of Fu Manchu)

1898-03-24

George Alpert, railroad executive

1898-04-03

George Jessel, toastmaster general/entertainer (Diary of Young Comic)

1898-06-30

George Chandler, Waukegan Ill, actor (Lassie)

1898-09-16

H.A. Rey, American children's author, creator of "Curious George" (d. 1977)

1898-09-26

George Gershwin, [Jacob Gershvin], Bkln, composer (Rhapsody in Blue)

1898-10-18

George Cuzon, Amersham England, actor (Hooded Terror)

1899-02-22

George O'Hara, American actor (d. 1966)

1899-03-15

George Brent, American film actor (d. 1979)

1899-04-19

George O'Brien, American actor (d. 1985)

1899-06-11

George Frederick McKay, composer

1899-06-19

George Calinescu, Romania, literature (Enigma Otilei)

1899-06-24

Chief Dan George, actor (Harry & Tonto, Little Big Man. Smith!)

1899-07-07

George Cukor, producer/director (Adam's Rib, Philadelphia Story)

1899-07-24

Chief Dan George, actor (Little Big Man)

1899-08-02

George Malcolm Thomson, journalist

1899-08-29

George Macready, Providence RI, actor (Martin Peyton-Peyton Place)

1900-07-08

George Antheil, Trenton NJ, composer (Airplane Sonata)

1900-07-13

George Lewis, American musician (d. 1969)

1900-08-04

Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, London or Hitchin UK, consort of King George VI and Queen Mother after his death (d. 2002)

1900-11-18

George Kistiakowsky, Kiev, Ukrainian-American Chemist who helped develop the first atomic bomb (Manhattan Project), but later opposed nuclear weapons

1901-04-17

George Keyt, artist

1901-04-29

George Osborne Sayles, historian

1901-05-09

George Duckworth, cricket wicket-keeper (England late 20's early 30's)

1901-06-09

George Price, cartoonist

1901-07-14

George Tobias, NYC, actor (Abner Kravitz-Bewitched)

1901-09-26

George Raft, NYC, American actor (Each Dawn I Die, Scarface, Some Like It Hot)

1901-11-18

George Gallup, Jefferson Iowa, public opinion pollster (Gallup Poll)

1902-02-06

George Brunies, American musician (d. 1974)

1902-04-22

Megan Lloyd George, English politician

1902-07-04

George Murphy, New Haven Ct, (Sen-R-California)/actor/dancer (MGM Parade)

1902-07-26

Gracie Allen, SF California, Mrs George Burns/comedian (Burns & Allen)

1902-11-25

George Gerwing, Tombstone Canyon

1902-12-20

George EAE, English prince/earl of St Andrews

1902-12-20

George Edward Alexander Windsor, Duke of Kent (d. 1942)

1903-02-16

George-Henri Lévesque, Quebec priest and sociologist (d. 2000)

1903-03-03

George Miller, The Parting of the Trails

1903-03-11

George Dickinson, cricketer (bowled for NZ in their 1st 3 Tests)

1903-03-25

Don George, People Are Funny

1903-05-18

George E Stone, Lodz Poland, actor (Viva Villa, Last Mile)

1903-06-25

George Orwell, [Eric A Blair], Bihar, British India, British writer (Animal Farm, 1984), (d. 1950)

1903-08-01

Paul George Vincent O'Shaughnessy Horgan, novelist

1903-08-14

George Faulkner, Crime na Casa de Penhor

1903-10-01

George Coulouris, Manchester England, actor (Runaway Bus)

1903-10-22

George Beadle, US biologist (Nobel 1958)

1903-12-10

George J Lewis, Guadalajara Mexico, sacotr (Don-Zorro)

1903-12-19

George Davis Snell, Bradford, Massachusetts, American geneticist (H-2 gene)

1904-01-16

George Paris, To Catch a Thief

1904-01-22

George Balanchine [Giorgi Balanchivadze], ballet composer/choreographer, (d. 1983), [OS=Jan 9]

1904-01-22

George Balanchine, The Turning Point

1904-02-16

George F Kennan, Milwaukee Wisc, US ambassador (to Moscow)

1904-02-16

George Kennan, Comrades

1904-02-21

Hazel George, Old Yeller

1904-03-04

George Gamow, nuclear physicist/cosmologist/writer (1, 2, 3...

1904-03-15

George Brent, Dublin Ireland, actor (42nd St, Jezebel)

1904-03-15

George Brent, Dark Victory

1904-04-20

George Stibitz, American scientist (d. 1995)

1904-05-25

Kurt George Hugo Thomas, composer

1904-05-26

George Formby, [William Booth], British singer/comic (Let George Do It)

1904-06-21

George Victor Martin, Our Vines Have Tender Grapes

1904-09-13

Gladys George, Patten Maine, actress (Roaring Twenties)

1904-10-05

George Chesterman Phillips, naval officer

1904-11-01

George Bruggeman, You Hit the Spot

1904-12-06

George Hamer, Rope of Sand

1904-12-18

George Stevens, US director (Alice Adams, Penny Serenade)

1905-01-11

George L. Derrick, Border Incident

1905-01-28

Luther George Simjian, Turkish-American Inventor (teleprompter and first self-posing portrait camera)

1905-02-02

George Grandpré, The Pink Panther Show

1905-02-21

George Mitchell, The Andromeda Strain

1905-02-22

George Haight, The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle

1905-03-31

George Ford, Singin' in the Rain

1905-04-08

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

1905-04-18

George H. Hitchings, American scientist, Nobel laureate (d. 1998)

1905-04-25

George Nepia, New Zealand rugby player (d. 1986)

1905-05-12

George Corcoran, Not Damaged

1905-06-19

George Voskovec, Czech, actor (Fred-Nero Wolfe, Peter-Skag)

1905-06-19

George Voskovec, 12 Angry Men

1905-06-23

George Rowley, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

1905-07-12

John C F, son of English King George V

1905-07-27

George Hagan, Dangerous Ambition

1905-10-26

George Flahiff, Canadian Cardinal (d. 1989)

1905-11-05

George Bissett, cricketer (successful South African quick in 1927-28)

1905-11-17

George Auerbach, His Brother's Wife

1905-11-26

George Emlyn Williams, Wales, actor/playwright (David Copperfield)

1905-12-05

George Shdanoff, Specter of the Rose

1905-12-06

George Blair, The Adventures of Superboy

1905-12-22

George Bau, Inside Daisy Clover

1906-01-28

George Lynn, The Great Dictator

1906-02-03

George Adamson, Christian the Lion

1906-03-23

George Posford, composer

1906-03-23

George Posford, A Good Woman

1906-04-26

Gracie Allen, Mrs George Burns, comedienne (George Burns Show)

1906-07-03

George Sanders, Russia, actor (All About Eve-Academy Award 1950)

1906-07-07

Harry Von Zell, sidekick (George Burns Show)

1906-10-16

George Martin Lott Jr, tennis champ (1931 US Open runner-up)

1906-11-05

George Lowthian Trevelyan, designer/visionary

1906-11-11

George Templeton, Charro!

1906-11-18

George Wald, US, physiologist/biologist (eye, Nobel 1967)

1906-11-18

George Wald, The Force Beyond

1906-11-25

George Bourne, The Eagle and the Hawk

1906-11-30

Marina, princess of Greece/Denmark/husband of English prince George

1906-12-07

George Richard James, saxophonist

1906-12-26

Frances Gershwin Godowsky, George Gershwin Remembered

1907-02-07

Arthur George Bottomley, politician

1907-02-07

Emma Dodson, George White's 1935 Scandals

1907-02-16

George Woodbridge, Horror of Dracula

1907-02-22

George E. Diskant, The Narrow Margin

1907-03-07

George Beck, Behave Yourself!

1907-03-10

George Fass, The End Is But the Beginning

1907-03-15

George C. Emick, High Noon

1907-03-27

George Pollock, Murder at the Gallop

1907-05-28

Frederick George Emmison, archivist/historian

1907-06-01

George Waiss, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids

1907-07-04

George More O'Ferrall, The Heart of the Matter

1907-07-08

George W Romney, (Gov-R-Mich)/US Secretary of HUD (1969-73)

1907-07-08

George Romney, Episode dated 12 April 1964

1907-07-31

George L. George, Toward Independence

1907-08-04

Altina Carey, George Grosz' Interregnum

1907-08-08

George Cormack, Big Time Operators

1907-08-08

George Lofgren, The 7th Voyage of Sinbad

1907-11-19

George Hall, South Pacific

1907-11-28

George Wettling,

1907-12-08

George Christopher, H.M.S. Bounty Sails Again!

1907-9-19

George R. Foa, La traviata

1907-9-20

George Thunstedt, Sound of Näverlur

1908-01-05

George Dolenz, Trieste Italy, actor (Count of Monte Cristo)

1908-01-05

George Dolenz, The Last Time I Saw Paris

1908-01-13

James Thomas Flexner, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

1908-01-19

George Langelaan, The Fly

1908-02-01

George Pal, Hungarian/US director (When Worlds Collide, Puppetoons)

1908-02-06

George Hurdalek, The Sound of Music

1908-02-25

George Duning, From Here to Eternity

1908-03-13

George Ford,

1908-03-19

George Rodger, Caledonian Road

1908-04-05

George Schick, Prague Czech, conductor (Chicago Symphony)

1908-04-17

K.D. George, Neelakkuyil

1908-06-06

George Hollister Jr., Chest of Fortune

1908-06-14

John Scott Trotter, Charlotte NC, orchestra leader (George Gobel Show)

1908-06-22

George Armin Goyder, businessman/social philosopher

1908-07-08

George Cannata, Inch High, Private Eye

1908-07-08

George Thow, Salute to Jerome Kern

1908-07-14

George Sherman, Big Jake

1908-08-06

George Singer, composer

1908-08-27

Donald [George] Bradman, Cootamundra New South Wales, Australian cricketer (6,996 runs)

1908-11-19

George Jenkins, All the President's Men

1908-11-21

Elizabeth George Speare, American author (d. 1994)

1909-01-12

George Rosner, The Americano

1909-01-16

George A. Gittens, Don't Bother to Knock

1909-01-21

George Bradshaw, The Bad and the Beautiful

1909-01-22

George Cathrey, Run Across the River

1909-01-28

Lionel KP "Buster" Crabb, British diver (WW II-George Medal)

1909-02-01

George Beverly Shea, Winchester, Ontario, American gospel singer

1909-02-01

George Beverly Shea, The Mighty Fortress

1909-02-21

George G F van Renesse, Dutch pianist/music director

1909-02-22

George Goepper, Paul Bunyan

1909-02-28

George Zaharias, Babe

1909-03-14

Arthur George Day, Black Narcissus

1909-03-19

George Moon, Breath of Life

1909-04-08

George Dixon, trumpet/sax

1909-04-20

George Tomasini, Psycho

1909-05-01

George Melachrino, composer

1909-05-01

George Melachrino, No Orchids for Miss Blandish

1909-05-07

Maggie Paige, The Killing of Sister George

1909-05-18

George Maynard, A Canterbury Tale

1909-05-30

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

1909-06-24

George-Ellen Ferguson, Janie

1909-06-30

Polly Ward, George Takes the Air

1909-07-18

Zsoka Pal, The Fantasy Film Worlds of George Pal

1909-08-10

George W Crockett Jr, (Rep-D-MI, 1980- )

1909-08-27

Don George, The Matrix

1909-11-08

George Wells, Angels in the Outfield

1909-12-19

George Milo, Psycho

1909-12-21

George Ball, Iowa, lawyer/undersecretary of state

1909-12-21

George Ball, On Our Way: U.S.A. - 1939-1942

1909-9-29

George Cansdale, Simon and Laura

1910-01-10

George Bisk, Prescription: Murder

1910-02-06

George H Poyser, English soccer player/manager (Brentford)

1910-02-12

George Leigh, Dial M for Murder

1910-03-29

George J. Eppich, Beginning of the End

1910-04-04

Nick George, Mickey and the Seal

1910-04-08

George Musso, NFL guard (Chicago Bears)

1910-04-08

George Musso, Pro Football

1910-04-26

George Pitman, Two Girls and a Sailor

1910-05-05

George Sessions Perry, The Southerner

1910-05-29

George McQuinn, Game 7

1910-05-31

George Woolf, Seabiscuit: The Lost Documentary

1910-06-01

George Adrian, To Catch a Thief

1910-06-09

George Bryan, Will It Happen Again?

1910-07-18

Charles LaVere, George Burns in the Big Time

1910-09-15

George D Kilpatrick, Canadian/British bible scholar

1910-10-01

George Van Marter, The Magnetic Monster

1910-10-19

George Britton, Tales of Hoffmann

1910-11-07

George R. Brown, Household Saints

1910-11-20

George Devine, Tom Jones

1910-12-11

George H. Sauer, 1948 Army-Navy Game

1910-12-14

George Nicholas, Cinderella

1910-9-18

George Courtney, Incident in Shanghai

1910-9-22

George Gall, The Ten Commandments

1911-01-09

George R. Batcheller Jr., It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

1911-01-11

George Benson, Horror of Dracula

1911-01-14

George Amadee Tremblay, composer

1911-01-27

George Pope, cricketer (Eng pace bowler, 1-49 & 0-36 in his only Test)

1911-01-29

George Burns, British major-general

1911-01-30

Alexander George Ogston, biochemist

1911-02-18

Earl George, The Dybbuk

1911-04-03

George Sroda, Episode #1.16

1911-04-17

George Seaton, Miracle on 34th Street

1911-04-18

George Huntington Hartford II, NYC, heir (A&P)

1911-06-09

George Webb, British actor (d. 1998)

1911-06-09

George Webb, Angel Gabriel Blue

1911-06-22

George Booker, Black Magic

1911-07-31

George Liberace, Menasha Wisc, violinist (Liberace Show)

1911-07-31

George Liberace, Christmas Show

1911-08-04

George Fanto, Othello

1911-08-16

George Scheck, A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas

1911-08-20

George White, The Postman Always Rings Twice

1911-10-10

George Mathews, The Man with the Golden Arm

1911-10-11

George MacFarland, Varsity Show

1911-10-19

George Cates, NYC, orchestra leader (Lawrence Welk Show)

1911-10-19

George Cates, Mars Attacks!

1911-11-06

George Tapps, Frank DeVol and His Orchestra

1911-12-23

George Brasno, Charlie Chan at the Circus

1911-12-24

Charles Lowe, The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show

1911-9-28

George B. Rabinor, One of the Most Important Men in the Whole World

1912-02-09

George Barrie, Fingers

1912-02-14

Edmund George Love, US, teacher/historian/author (A Small Bequest)=

1912-02-15

George Mikes, Hungary, British writer (How to Be an Alien)

1912-02-15

George Mikes, Episode #1.1

1912-03-07

George Blackler, Tommy

1912-04-20

George J. Morgan, The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!?

1912-05-06

George Scheitinger, The Natural

1912-05-08

George Woodcock, author

1912-05-11

George Travell, The Luckiest Guy in the World

1912-06-21

George Peckham, Little Women

1912-07-20

George Johnston, Australian journalist and novelist (d. 1970)

1912-07-28

George Cisar, Attack of the Giant Leeches

1912-08-15

George Warde, Fire Fighters

1912-08-30

Frederick Farley, The World of George Orwell: Coming Up for Air

1912-10-08

George Church, East of Eden

1912-11-16

George Petrie, actor (Honeymooners)

1912-11-16

George Petrie, General Hospital

1912-11-19

George E Palade, Romanian/US cell biologist (ribosomen, Nobel 1974)

1912-11-23

George O'Hanlon, American actor (d. 1989)

1912-11-23

George O'Hanlon, Rocky

1912-11-23

George Khoury, Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy

1912-12-21

George Fowler, The Day of the Triffids

1912-9-19

George Del Monte, Today I Am a Man

1913-01-27

George Kreisl, Lady and the Tramp

1913-02-26

George G Barker, English poet (Calamiterror, Anno Domini)

1913-03-21

George Ghita Ionescu, academic

1913-03-21

George Abecassis, English race car driver (d. 1991)

1913-04-03

George Barati, composer

1913-04-09

George Lowther, The Edge of Night

1913-06-07

George Tibbles, Bub in the Ointment

1913-06-28

George Walter Selwyn Lloyd, English composer (Serf, John Socman)

1913-07-22

George Ward, The Monkey's Paw

1913-07-24

George H Brown, film producer

1913-07-24

George H. Brown, Hotel Sahara

1913-07-27

George L. Street III American Navy Submariner (d. 2000)

1913-08-07

George Van Eps, American guitarist (d. 1998)

1913-08-07

George Van Eps, Art City 1: Making It in Manhattan

1913-08-09

George Ministeri, The Terror of Tiny Town

1913-08-26

George Luxemberg, Modern Problems

1913-10-13

George Archambeault, The Magic Treasure

1913-10-31

George William Wenzel Jr., Jiggs and Maggie Out West

1913-11-14

George A. Smathers, JACK: The Last Kennedy Film

1913-12-12

George Whitman, Ferlinghetti: A Rebirth of Wonder

1913-12-19

George Brengel, The Edison Adventures

1913-9-15

George Kamel, Blazing Guns

1913-9-23

George Cardini, They All Laughed

1914-01-05

George Reeves, [George Lescher Bessolo], Ashland Ky, actor (Superman, Gone With the Wind)

1914-01-05

George Reeves, Gone with the Wind

1914-02-07

George Gibson, The Wizard of Oz

1914-02-07

George Barrows, Robot Monster

1914-02-07

George Bassman, The Wizard of Oz

1914-02-13

George Kleinsinger, San Bernardino CA, composer (Tubby the Tuba)

1914-02-13

George Kleinsinger, Shinbone Alley

1914-02-14

George Dobbs, I'm Much Obliged

1914-02-18

Edward George Edwards, chemist

1914-02-26

Margaret Asher, Produced by George Martin

1914-03-13

George Crane Jr., Peter Pan

1914-03-21

George Wheeler, Voices from a Mountain

1914-03-28

George Dockstader, The Jackie Robinson Story

1914-04-17

George W. Davis, American art director (d. 1984)

1914-04-17

George W. Davis, All About Eve

1914-05-24

George Tabori, writer

1914-05-24

George Tabori, I Confess

1914-06-03

Ronald George Woodman, pilot

1914-06-16

George Beban Jr., Hearts of Men

1914-07-03

George Bruns, Robin Hood

1914-07-05

George de Godzinsky, Abandoned Houses, Empty Homes

1914-07-14

Sidney George Gray, company secretary

1914-07-14

George Putnam, Independence Day

1914-10-15

George Walcott, Fury

1914-10-25

George Pelling, 101 Dalmatians

1914-11-12

George Latka, Raging Bull

1914-11-23

George Dunn, Operation Petticoat

1914-12-13

George "Tiger" Haynes, guitarist/actor (Land Without Music, Guv'nor)

1914-12-15

Richard Warren, Dutch George

1914-9-02

George Brown, Episode dated 19 October 1964

1914-9-13

George Collins, Mutiny on the Elsinore

1915-01-12

Joseph Roy George Ralston, pilot

1915-01-14

George Ansbro, Across the Board

1915-01-22

George Blair, Captiva Island

1915-02-14

George Noisom, The Wizard of Oz

1915-03-03

George Brian Snape, businessman/rugby league entrepreneur

1915-03-22

George Cresswell, cricketer (3 Tests for NZ aged 35)

1915-03-24

Gorgeous George, American professional wrestler (d. 1963)

1915-03-24

Gorgeous George, Alias the Champ

1915-03-29

George Chisholm, Scottish jazz trombonist

1915-03-29

George Chisholm, Episode #1.1

1915-05-06

George Perle, Bayonne NJ, composer (12 Tone Tonality)

1915-05-06

Orson Welles [George], Kenosha Wisc, actor (Citizen Kane, War of the Worlds), (d. 1985)

1915-05-10

George Stewart, Silver Skates

1915-05-22

George Baker, The Sad Sack

1915-07-01

George Minassian, David Copperfield

1915-07-11

George Ivan Smith, diplomat

1915-08-22

Hugh Paddick, The Killing of Sister George

1915-10-08

Eleanor Drury, George White's 1935 Scandals

1915-10-26

George Margo, Blackbeard

1915-11-25

George Mudie, cricketer (WI all-rounder in one Test 1935, 5 & 3-40)

1915-11-28

George Kitchel, Captain Eddie

1915-12-08

George Scheuer, writer/journalist

1915-12-08

George Wilbern, Are You Ready for Marriage?

1915-9-01

George Balzer, Are You with It?

1915-9-06

George B. Seitz Jr., The Legend of the Lone Ranger

1915-9-06

George Vernon, Kvinnan som försvann

1915-9-22

George H. Merhoff, Psycho

1915-9-27

George Greco, Safety for the Witness

1916-01-12

George Tregre, Stepsisters

1916-01-12

George Bignotti, A.J. Foyt

1916-01-14

George Hines, Arthur Godfrey and His Friends

1916-02-15

George Werier, Child's Play

1916-02-23

George Abel, Canada, ice hockey player (Olympic-gold-1972)

1916-03-02

Bernard George Stevens, composer

1916-03-02

George F. Slavin, The Nevadan

1916-03-06

George 'Red' Callender, Some Like It Hot

1916-03-16

George Morgan, The Desert Horseman

1916-03-22

George Wyle, NYC, orchestra leader (Jerry Lewis Show, Flip Wilson Show)

1916-03-22

George Wyle, The Blair Witch Project

1916-04-10

Ilena Sylva, George Takes the Air

1916-04-16

Mae Gohlke, George White's 1935 Scandals

1916-04-30

George Salverson, Marie Ann

1916-05-07

George Carl, Episode #4.12

1916-05-09

Bernard William George Rose, composer/organist

1916-06-19

George Pravda, Prague, Austria-Hungary, actor (Thunderball, Firefox), (d. 1985)

1916-06-28

George Vieira, I Want to Live!

1916-07-01

George C. Stoney, All My Babies: A Midwife's Own Story

1916-07-11

George Fant, Phantom Carriage

1916-07-15

George Maduro, Antillian resistance fighter (Willemsorde/Madurodam)

1916-08-10

George Zuckerman, Written on the Wind

1916-08-15

George Chester, Osceola

1916-08-18

George Rutter, The City on the Edge of Forever

1916-08-27

George Montgomery, Battle of the Bulge

1916-08-29

George Montgomery, Brady Mont, actor (Battle of Bulge, Hallucination)

1916-10-02

George Siravo, Something in the Wind

1916-10-04

George Sidney, American film director (d. 2002)

1916-10-04

George Sidney, Anchors Aweigh

1916-10-16

George Turner, Australian author (d. 1997)

1916-11-05

Jennifer Gray, George and Margaret

1916-11-14

George Silver, The Meaning of Life

1916-11-17

George Silk, Analyze This

1916-11-19

George Hall, Big Daddy

1916-12-06

George Golitzen, The Parent Trap

1917-01-16

George Haywood, Santa Fe Trail

1917-02-06

George Tyne, Mulcahy's War

1917-02-13

George Blackburn, Call It... Rehabilitation

1917-02-16

George N. Neise, Experiment Perilous

1917-02-27

George Mitchell, Episode #1.10

1917-02-28

George Malcolm, Italian Concerto in F/Fantasy in C minor/Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor

1917-03-10

George Sheridan, A Man Called... Rainbo

1917-03-14

George Offerman Jr., A Walk in the Sun

1917-04-26

George Keane, Ten Percent

1917-05-04

Jan Gusdavison, George of the Jungle

1917-05-09

George Fleming, cyclist

1917-05-16

George Gaynes, Helsinki Finland, actor (Henry-Punky Brewster)

1917-05-16

George Gaynes, Tootsie

1917-05-22

George Aratani, Toyo's Camera

1917-06-06

George Zoritch, Night and Day

1917-06-08

George Wallace, Minority Report

1917-06-14

Paul Monash, George Wallace

1917-06-16

George Higgins, The Golden Coach

1917-06-27

Ronald George Hayward, political manager

1917-07-14

George Blake, Film Novelty Series: Aren't We All

1917-07-14

George Bookasta, Hell Harbor

1917-07-23

George Greeley, Small Wonder

1917-08-05

George Reedy, LBJ: Part 2 - My Fellow Americans

1917-08-10

George Fenaja, Rescue from Gilligan's Island

1917-08-25

Don Defore, Cedar Rapids Iowa, actor (George-Hazel, Ozzie & Harriet)

1917-09-06

George Mann, captain English cricket team

1917-09-28

Michael [George] Somes, England, dancer (Royal Ballet)

1917-10-13

George Osmond, Episode dated 12 May 1978

1917-10-23

George Crenshaw, Speaking of Animals at the County Fair

1917-11-05

George Williams, Uncle Buck

1917-11-13

Robert Sterling, Newcastle PA, actor (George Kirby-Adv of Topper)

1917-11-23

George O'Hanlon, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Calvin-Life of Riley, George Jetson)

1917-11-29

George Walsh, Remember My Name

1917-11-30

George Fisher, Moulin Rouge

1917-12-21

Florence George, College Swing

1917-9-16

George Becwar, Bride of the Monster

1918-01-03

George Zaima, Marine Battleground

1918-02-05

George Elsey, July 8-July 14

1918-02-22

George W. Trendle Jr., The Green Hornet

1918-02-22

George Kerchner, Surviving D-Day

1918-03-04

George Barclay, Bud and Lou

1918-03-09

George Lincoln Rockwell, The Hour Has Seven Days

1918-03-13

George McAfee, NFL halfback (Chicago Bears)

1918-03-16

George Campeau, The Nurse's Secret

1918-03-19

Sally Dolling, George White's 1935 Scandals

1918-03-24

George Garner, The Kid from Left Field

1918-04-15

George Kerr, Dimensions of Fear

1918-04-29

George Allen, Super Bowl VII

1918-05-07

George MacCall, Andre Agassi

1918-05-10

George Welch, American pilot (d. 1954)

1918-05-16

George Wallace, Theatre Royal

1918-05-18

George Welch, American pilot and war hero (d. 1954)

1918-06-19

George Pravda, Thunderball

1918-06-20

George Lynch, American auto racer (d. 1997)

1918-07-05

George Rochberg, Paterson NJ, composer (Concord Quartet)

1918-07-05

George Rochberg, The Mind of Music

1918-07-16

George E. Mueller, Apollo 11: The Untold Story

1918-08-19

James George "Jimmy" Rowles, jazz pianist

1918-08-21

George Tracy, The Skydivers

1918-08-31

George Aldwin, Reunion in France

1918-10-10

George Michaelides, Vendetta

1918-10-10

George Honour, D-Day: Turning the Tide

1918-10-20

George Rhodes, Episode #1.2

1918-10-30

Bill Burch, The George Gobel Show

1918-11-12

George Wang, The 10th Victim

1918-11-25

George Holmes, Dark Alibi

1918-12-09

George A. Heinemann, Tut: The Boy King

1918-12-13

George Manu, In Our Village

1918-12-26

George Rallis, Greek politician, Prime Minister of Greece (d. 2006)

1919-01-01

George L. Smith, Loving

1919-01-19

Ray Eberle, Columbia Thrills of Music: George Towne and His Orchestra

1919-02-05

Andrea George Papandreou, Greek premier (1981-89, 93- )

1919-02-07

George Russell, Long Pig

1919-03-15

George Avakian, Mahalia Jackson: The Power and the Glory

1919-03-29

George Volk, Sales Slips

1919-04-09

George Bellak, All the Blood of Yesterday

1919-04-15

Phillip St. George, Rocket Attack U.S.A.

1919-05-05

George London, Montreal Canada, bass-baritone (Monterone-Rigoleto)

1919-05-05

George Papadopoulos, A Single Life

1919-05-05

George London, Des Broadways liebstes Kind

1919-05-20

George Gobel, Chicago Ill, comedian/TV personality (I Love My Wife)

1919-05-20

George Gobel, The Hollywood Squares

1919-05-24

George Cahan, Carnival of Crime

1919-06-17

Beryl Reid, The Killing of Sister George

1919-06-22

George Burrafato, What's Up, Doc?

1919-07-02

Jean Craighead George, American writer

1919-07-02

Jean George, My Side of the Mountain

1919-07-25

George T. Lee, Local Hero

1919-08-08

George Gerbner, Maggie Growls

1919-08-13

George Shearing, Bedtime Stories

1919-08-25

George C Wallace, Clio Ala, (gov-D-Ala)/pres candidate

1919-08-25

George Wallace, Crisis: Behind a Presidential Commitment

1919-10-07

George Duby, historian

1919-10-11

George Rock, Million Selling Records

1919-10-31

George R. Caron, Men Who Brought the Dawn

1919-11-10

George Fenneman, Marge on the Lam

1919-11-19

George Fenneman, Peking China, TV announcer (You Bet Your Life)

1919-11-23

Thomas R. St. George, Campus Honeymoon

1919-12-21

George Treadwell, The Sandlot

1919-9-13

George Weidenfeld, Sir George Weidenfeld im Gespräch mit Georg Stefan Troller

1920-01-14

George Herman, newsman (CBS-TV)

1920-01-14

George Herman, Face the Nation

1920-01-17

Joseph George Handy Hendleman, musician

1920-01-22

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

1920-01-22

George P. Breakston, The Manster

1920-01-24

George Cooper, Crossfire

1920-01-30

George Skibine, Russ/US dancer/choreographer (Tragedy in Verona)

1920-02-03

George A. Miller, Charleston, West Virginia, cognitive psychologist (the magical number seven), (d. 2012)

1920-02-08

George W. George, The Nevadan

1920-02-16

Stephen Peet, George Pearson: Pioneer Film Maker

1920-02-19

George Rose, Bicester England, actor (Beacon Hill, Holocaust)

1920-02-19

George Rose, A New Leaf

1920-03-24

George Westcott, Dirty Mary Crazy Larry

1920-03-26

George E Brown Jr, (Rep-D-CA, 1963-71, 73- )

1920-05-21

George Davis, The Call of the Wild

1920-05-22

George Woods, Father's Little Dividend

1920-06-03

George E. Mather, Star Wars

1920-06-15

George Ernest Leslie, trade union official

1920-06-26

George Hillas, Disneyland '59

1920-07-03

George Weedon, Walk Tall

1920-07-17

George Gibbings, Episode #1.8

1920-07-25

George Hamlin, Zelig

1920-08-03

George Cory, Arachnophobia

1920-08-13

George Shearing, London, blind pianist/composer (Lullabye of Byrdland)

1920-08-29

George Jay Nicholson, MacArthur

1920-10-04

George Tribe, cricketer (Australian chinaman bowler, Northants)

1920-10-08

George Brandt, Men of Steel

1920-11-10

George Scherger, Pete Rose

1920-11-17

George Dunning, Yellow Submarine

1920-11-27

George Willeford, Skull

1920-12-06

George Porter, British chemist, Nobel laureate (d. 2002)

1920-12-06

George Porter, The Natural History of a Sunbeam

1920-12-13

George P Schultz, US Secretary of State (1982-89)

1920-12-13

George Shultz, Shop 'til You Drop

1920-12-15

George Grenville, Iron Eagle

1920-12-16

George Schaefer, The Bunker

1920-12-30

Michael Allinson, London England (George Washington)

1921-01-10

George Robotham, The Goonies

1921-01-16

George Thomson, Episode #1.1

1921-01-16

George Thomson, Once Upon a Knight

1921-01-21

George Arnold, Rhythm on Ice

1921-01-29

Anthony George, American actor (d. 2005)

1921-01-29

Anthony George, One Life to Live

1921-02-05

George Swensson, Soldaterkammerater

1921-03-08

Egbert George "Pete" Pitterson, trumpeter

1921-03-10

George Watkins, Tora! Tora! Tora!

1921-03-22

George Crowe, On the Shoulders of Giants: The Story of the Greatest Team You Never Heard Of

1921-03-26

George Jefferson, CEO (British Telecom)

1921-04-09

George David Weiss, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

1921-04-12

George Harris II, Superman

1921-04-12

George Diestel, The Phantom

1921-05-02

Frank George, Frank George

1921-05-28

George Tatar, Rich, Young and Pretty

1921-05-29

George Terry, chief constable (Sussex England)

1921-05-31

George Bamby, Sweethearts on Parade

1921-06-10

Wanda Ottoni, German George

1921-06-12

H.C. Artmann, George Dandin

1921-06-13

George Berkeley, Life Stinks

1921-06-28

George Abel, X Day: The Invasion of Japan

1921-07-17

George Barnes, Chicago Hgts, guitarist (Skip Farrell Show)

1921-07-17

George Barnes, Episode dated 15 October 1970

1921-08-30

Angelo Dundee [Angelo Mirena], Philadelphia, boxing trainer and cornerman (Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, George Foreman), (d. 2012)

1921-10-03

Ray Lindwall, cricketer (Australian fast bowler & St George full-back)

1921-10-08

George Metkovich, Three Little Words

1921-10-17

George Mackey Brown, poet

1921-10-17

George Mackay Brown, The Privilege

1921-10-19

George Nader, Pasadena California, actor (Robot Monster, Away All Boats)

1921-10-19

George Nader, Robot Monster

1921-10-26

George Houston, land economist

1921-10-26

George Forrest, Northern Irish MP (d. 1968)

1921-11-20

George Ernest, The Star Witness

1921-11-25

George 'Johnny' Johnson, Last of the Dambusters

1921-11-26

George Womack, Class

1921-12-05

George Henderson, priest/politician

1921-12-06

George Leech, For Your Eyes Only

1921-12-20

George Roy Hill, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

1922-01-05

George Brackman, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

1922-01-20

George Eells, Malice in Wonderland

1922-02-11

George Pickow, Festival

1922-02-26

George Martin, Tonight with Dave Allen

1922-04-25

George Cottier, Jesus the Jew

1922-04-29

George Allen, football coach (LA Rams, Washington Redskins)

1922-05-02

George E. Swink, The Swarm

1922-06-09

George Axelrod, playwright (Breakfast at Tiffany, Bus Stop)

1922-06-09

George Axelrod, Breakfast at Tiffany's

1922-06-15

Walter George Durst, A Carrocinha

1922-06-27

George Theophilus Walker, Washington DC, composer (Praise of Lillies)

1922-07-01

George Fischbeck, Eyewitness News

1922-07-19

George McGovern, (Sen-D-SD)/pres candidate (D-1972), (d. 2012)

1922-07-19

George McGovern, George McGovern/Madness

1922-07-22

George Tychsen, What to Do on a Date

1922-08-23

George Kell, baseball player

1922-08-23

George Kell, Game 5

1922-10-27

George Young, soccer star

1922-10-31

Milas George Clark, Uncle Tom's Cabin

1922-11-01

George S Irving, Springfield Mass, singer/actor (Dumplings)

1922-11-01

George S. Irving, The Year Without a Santa Claus

1922-11-11

George Blake, Cold War: Inside the K.G.B.

1922-11-16

George Spitz, Run for Your Life

1922-12-08

George Fullerton, cricketer (South African keeper-batsman 1947-51)

1922-12-20

George Roy Hill, dir (Slap Shot, Little Drummer Girl, Little Romance)

1922-12-30

George DeWitt, Lenny

1923-01-19

George Wadmore, Dentist in the Chair

1923-02-07

George H H Lascelles, English earl of Harewood/leader (Covent Garden)

1923-02-07

George Earl of Harewood, A Royal Family

1923-02-16

Dick McDonough, The George Gobel Show

1923-03-13

George Pastell, From Russia with Love

1923-03-15

George Vogel, race horse trainer

1923-03-16

George Bean, cricketer (92 runs in 3 Tests for Eng v Aust)

1923-03-23

George J. Peters, Grand Deceptions

1923-04-03

Elon Packard, The George Burns One-Man Show

1923-04-08

George Fisher, American cartoonist (d. 2003)

1923-04-22

Paula Fox, US children's books author (Poor George)

1923-04-30

George Byatt, playwright

1923-04-30

George Byatt, The Runaway

1923-05-03

George Hadjinikos, Greek pianist and conductor

1923-05-23

George Petrarca, Escape by Night

1923-06-08

George Kirby, Amos 'n' Andy: Anatomy of a Controversy

1923-06-11

George Baxt, The City of the Dead

1923-06-21

George Kritzman, One Who Came Back

1923-07-29

George Burditt, The Way to Lamont's Heart

1923-08-09

George Leonard, Transformation: The Life and Legacy of Werner Erhard

1923-08-09

George Vico, The Stratton Story

1923-08-14

George Sawaya, Batman: The Movie

1923-10-14

George Latshaw, Quillow and the Giant

1923-10-18

George Marshall Jr., How the West Was Won

1923-10-20

George Lymburn, Bewitched, Bothered and Infuriated

1923-11-01

George Lupo, Quadroon

1923-11-01

George Garver, Glory Alley

1923-11-19

Brian Taylor, Lewis & Clark & George

1923-12-13

George Singer, Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School

1923-12-24

George Patton IV, American general (d. 2004)

1923-12-24

George S. Patton IV,

1924-01-15

George Lowe, The Conquest of Everest

1924-01-19

Henry George Reginald Molyneux Herbert 7th Earl of Carnarvon, Episode #11.11

1924-01-24

Klaus George Roy, composer

1924-02-09

George Guest, British organist

1924-02-21

George Selway, Tiger Bay

1924-03-26

Peter George, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

1924-04-06

George Killian, 1972 Olympic Basketball Final

1924-04-22

George Harmonica Smith, Gunsmoke Blues

1924-05-01

Earl George, composer

1924-05-28

George Morgan, Episode #3.5

1924-06-08

George Kirby, Chicago, comedian (ABC Comedy Hour, Pearl Bailey Show)

1924-06-12

George H. W. Bush, Milton MA, 43 US Vice President (R, 1981-89) and 41st US President (R, 1989-93)

1924-06-12

George Bush, CNN: The 1992 State of the Union Address

1924-06-18

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

1924-06-18

George Mikan, Night of 100 Stars III

1924-07-13

George Handy, horse trainer

1924-07-13

George E. Carey, General Hospital

1924-07-19

George Edwards, Harper Valley P.T.A.

1924-08-14

Lloyd Turner, George of the Jungle

1924-08-31

George Sewell, Get Carter

1924-10-03

George Buse, Before Stonewall

1924-11-07

George Schweigmann, Episode #4.67

1924-11-14

Phyllis Avery, NYC, actress (Alice-George Gobel Show, Ruth-Mr Novak)

1924-11-24

George Moscone,

1924-11-25

Tui St George Tucker, composer

1924-11-26

George Segal, New York, American painter and sculptor of lifelike mixed-media figures (Bus Driver)

1924-12-05

George Savalas, Kelly's Heroes

1924-12-06

Douglas C. Jones, The Court-Martial of George Armstrong Custer

1924-12-13

George Shuba, 1955, Seven Days of Fall

1924-12-28

George Truzzi, A King in New York

1924-9-19

Alicia Li, Dear Uncle George

1924-9-30

George Ohanian, Deep Freeze (Pilot)

1925-01-01

George Conner, NFL tackle, linebacker (Chicago Bears)

1925-01-02

George Barris, Knight Rider

1925-01-20

George Connol, NFL Hall-of-Famer

1925-01-21

George Connor, 1965 Cotton Bowl

1925-01-29

Anthony George, Endicott NY, actor (Untouchables, Checkmate)

1925-02-18

George Kennedy, NYC, actor (Cool Hand Luke, Airport, Blue Knight)

1925-02-18

George Kennedy, Cool Hand Luke

1925-02-20

George Waring, The Pit Pony

1925-02-24

George Day, Return with Honor

1925-03-07

George A. Cooper, Tom Jones

1925-04-02

George MacDonald Fraser, poet/author (Flashman at the Charge)

1925-04-02

George MacDonald Fraser, Octopussy

1925-04-12

George F. Simmons, The Swarm

1925-04-15

Beryl Te Wiata, My Letter to George

1925-04-22

George Cole, London England, actor (Minder, Vampire Lovers)

1925-04-22

George Cole, Cleopatra

1925-05-28

George Cook, The Mikado

1925-06-03

Roger George, The Terminator

1925-06-12

George Haimsohn, Dames at Sea

1925-07-18

George Doggart, cricketer (2 Tests for England 1950)/MCC pres

1925-07-29

Mikis Michael George Theodorakis, Chios Greece, composer (Raven)

1925-08-10

George Cooper, general

1925-08-12

George Wetherill, American scientist (d. 2006)

1925-10-03

George Wein, Bert Stern: Original Madman

1925-10-30

George Murcell, Cutthroat Island

1925-10-31

George Gonneau, The Queen of Spades

1925-11-03

George Eiferman, Tonoose, the Matchmaker

1925-11-15

Herbert Wochinz, George Dandin

1925-11-18

George Keymas, Eye of the Beholder

1925-12-16

George Lorenze, Johnny in the Clouds

1925-12-20

George Ronconi, Days of Heaven

1925-9-27

George Gladir, Sabrina's Secret Life

1925-9-30

George E. Turner, King Kong 60th Anniversary Special: 'It Was Beauty Killed the Beast'

1926-01-03

George Martin, record producer (The Beatles)

1926-01-03

George Martin, A Hard Day's Night

1926-01-10

George Spelvin, Face to Face

1926-01-10

George Strickland, Game 3

1926-01-11

George Weidler, Dimples

1926-01-19

George Ives, Intolerable Cruelty

1926-03-12

George R Ariyoshi, (Gov-D-Hawaii)

1926-03-26

George Kirgo, Spinout

1926-04-11

Betty George, Episode #3.36

1926-05-17

George Skalenakis, Oh! That Wife of Mine

1926-05-20

George Hurst, On the Idle Hill of Summer...

1926-05-30

Christine Jorgensen, pioneer transsexual (born George William Jorgensen, Jr)

1926-06-15

Mac McGarry, George Mason/Stone Ridge/Bowie

1926-06-22

George Englund, The Ugly American

1926-06-26

George Kane, Love of Life

1926-07-07

George Spencer, Game 5

1926-08-06

George Harrison Marks, Come Play with Me

1926-08-17

George Melly, British singer (d. 2007)

1926-08-17

George Melly, St Albans

1926-10-26

George Crum, Gala

1926-11-12

George Ratterman, 1969 Sugar Bowl

1926-11-14

George Shibata, Pork Chop Hill

1926-11-17

George Luscombe, Hold My Hand, Soldier

1926-12-05

George Savalas, Bronx NY, actor (Kojak)

1926-12-13

George Rhoden, Jamaican athlete

1926-12-15

George Reich, Black Tights

1926-9-26

George McIver, Furlough in New York

1927-01-14

George Mari, The Eagle's Brood

1927-01-30

Hank Marr, Half the George Kirby Comedy Hour

1927-02-18

George Drew, The Magnet

1927-02-18

George Drew, Billie

1927-02-27

Guy Mitchell, [Albert George Cernik], Detroit, Michigan, American singer and actor (Red Garters, 3 Redheads from Seattle) (d. 1999)

1927-03-05

George Probert, Murder by Death

1927-03-18

George Plimpton, NYC, sports writer (Paper Lion)

1927-03-18

George Plimpton, Good Will Hunting

1927-03-22

George Thoms, cricketer (1 Test Aust against WI 1952, scored 16 & 28)

1927-03-23

George Pink, Superman

1927-03-31

George Vasilios Choulos, Number One with a Bullet

1927-04-16

George Moorman, Experiment in Terror

1927-04-24

Fatty George, Tea for Three

1927-04-29

George Jacobs, Like Father, Like Son

1927-05-21

George Levy, antique dealer/heritage campaigner

1927-05-21

George Levy, Dead of Night

1927-05-22

George R. Nelson, The Godfather: Part II

1927-06-03

George Hislop, Rough Justice

1927-06-08

George Lamming, Los hijos de Baraguá

1927-06-27

George McCowan, Frogs

1927-07-22

George Hunter, South Africa, light heavyweight boxer (Oly-gold-1948)

1927-07-27

Bill Breshears, On Location: George Carlin at Phoenix

1927-07-30

Joe George, The Execution of Private Slovik

1927-08-07

George Busbee, Smokey and the Bandit

1927-08-23

Allan Kaprow, George Segal: American Still Life

1927-09-17

George Blanda, Penn, NFL kicker/quarterback (Bears, Oilers, Raiders)

1927-10-10

George Brenlin, General Hospital

1927-10-18

George C. Scott, Wise, Virginia, American actor/director (Patton, Dr. Strangelove)

1927-10-18

George C. Scott, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

1927-12-01

George Bouillet, The Breakfast Club

1927-12-31

Charles Hodgson, The World of George Orwell: Keep the Aspidistra Flying

1927-9-17

George Blanda, Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Joe Namath

1928-01-06

George H. Ross, American businessman

1928-01-22

George A. Borgman, The Girl of His Dreams

1928-01-26

George Ross, Window of Opportunity

1928-03-08

Susan Blanchard, The Late George Apley

1928-03-22

George Robert,

1928-03-25

Hilton Kramer, George Segal: American Still Life

1928-04-01

George Grizzard, NC, actor (Wrong is Right, Bachelor Party, Attica)

1928-04-01

George Grizzard, Bachelor Party

1928-04-11

George Herman, Deadly Persuasion

1928-05-03

George Eckstein, Duel

1928-05-17

George Kashdan, The Robot of Riga/The Deep Sea Dragon/The Invisible Raiders

1928-06-06

George Deukmejian, Menands NY, (Gov-Cal)

1928-06-08

Gilbert J. Hutton, Amy George

1928-06-30

Frank Marcus, The Killing of Sister George

1928-07-06

George Deukmejian, Strangers in a Promised Land

1928-07-22

George Dreyfus, Tender Mercies

1928-09-01

George Maharis, Astoria New York, actor (Buz-Route 66, Most Deadly Game)

1928-09-27

Earring George Mayweather, blues Harmonica Player

1928-10-01

George Peppard, Detroit Mich, actor (Banacek, A-Team, Blue Max)

1928-10-01

George Peppard, Breakfast at Tiffany's

1928-10-02

George Emmett McFarland, Dallas, act (Spanky-Our Gang/Little Rascals)

1928-10-02

George 'Spanky' McFarland, General Spanky

1928-10-20

George Becker, The Battle of Local 5668

1928-10-30

John G. Marshall, George of the Jungle

1928-12-17

George Lindsey, Robin Hood

1928-12-17

George Korngold, Outland

1928-12-21

George Gately, Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats

1928-12-28

George Axler, Broadway Danny Rose

1928-9-01

George Maharis, The Sword and the Sorcerer

1928-9-07

George M. Barksdale, Future Force

1929-01-14

George W. Hladky, Sammy

1929-01-18

James McCrane, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

1929-01-31

George Bisset, All Things Fair

1929-02-16

Hannele Keinänen, George Sandin salongissa

1929-02-20

George Voicu, Haiducii lui Saptecai

1929-02-25

Christopher George, Royal Oak Minn, actor (Rat Patrol, Immortal)

1929-03-18

George Scott, The Fighting Temptations

1929-04-14

George Walker, All Dogs Go to Heaven

1929-04-23

George Steiner, professor (English)

1929-05-10

George Coe, Kramer vs. Kramer

1929-05-18

George Atkins, The Adventures of Raggedy Ann & Andy

1929-06-11

George Garrett, Frankenstein Meets the Spacemonster

1929-06-29

Peter George, Akron Ohio, weightlifter (Oly-gold/2 silver-48, 52)

1929-07-10

George Clayton Johnson, Ocean's Eleven

1929-07-13

Isabel George, Take a Powder

1929-07-14

George Alan Dawson, jazz drummer/teacher

1929-07-15

George Zimbel, Love, Marilyn

1929-08-15

George Martin, Léon: The Professional

1929-08-27

George Scott, WrestleMania

1929-09-24

George McNicol, principal (Aberdeen University)

1929-10-07

George Burt, Secret Honor

1929-10-10

George Cuomo, Are There Any More Out There Like You?

1929-10-24

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

1929-10-24

George Crumb, The Exorcist

1929-10-26

George Skaff, Topaz

1929-10-27

Bill George, 1963 NFL Championship Game

1929-10-30

George Orrison, Unforgiven

1929-11-14

Alan J. Shalleck, Curious George

1929-12-09

George Touliatos, This Means War

1929-9-20

Colin George, Once Upon a Time in China

1930-02-16

Peggy King, Greensburg Pa, vocalist/actress (George Gobel Show)

1930-02-22

George Younce, When All God's Singers Get Home

1930-03-28

George Bruce, painter

1930-04-09

George Gallup Jr., The 12th Annual People's Choice Awards

1930-04-12

George Bryden, Things Happen at Night

1930-04-14

George W Gekas, (Rep-R-PA, 1983- )

1930-04-15

George Mikell, The Great Escape

1930-04-25

George Kosti, AWA All-Star Wrestling

1930-04-26

Maj-Lis Rajala, George Sandin salongissa

1930-06-20

George Connell, Awake

1930-06-25

George Murdock, American actor

1930-06-25

George Murdock, The X Files

1930-07-04

George Steinbrenner, Rocky River Ohio, owner (NY Yankees)/ship builder/horse owner, (d. 2010)

1930-07-04

George M. Steinbrenner III, The Scout

1930-07-06

George Armstrong, Winter Comes Early

1930-07-13

George Fargo, Play Misty for Me

1930-08-10

George J.W. Goodman, The Wheeler Dealers

1930-08-12

George Soros, Inside Job

1930-08-29

George Sabbagh, The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze

1930-10-03

George Woodbridge, The Mad Magazine TV Special

1930-10-05

George Washburn, Pit Stop

1930-10-10

George Finch, Utopia London

1930-10-27

Bill George, NFL linebacker (Chicago Bears, LA Rams)

1930-11-26

George DeTitta Sr., Trading Places

1930-12-16

J.L. Chestnut, George Wallace: Settin' the Woods on Fire

1930-12-28

George Dureau, The Big Easy

1930-9-09

George Marcy, Enchanted

1930-9-22

George Young, Lawrence Taylor

1931-01-10

George Alch, Witchboard 2

1931-01-14

George Malley, Uptown Saturday Night

1931-02-16

George E Sangmeister, (Rep-D-Illinois)

1931-02-25

Christopher George, City of the Living Dead

1931-03-05

George Ogilvie, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

1931-03-21

Patricia George, The Burning Bed

1931-03-26

George Raistrick, Funny Bones

1931-03-26

Mircea George Cornea, Michael the Brave

1931-04-01

George Baker, Bulgaria, actor (Goodbye Mr Chips, Curse of the Fly)

1931-04-01

George Baker, The Spy Who Loved Me

1931-04-23

George C. Villaseñor, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

1931-05-21

George Vassiliou, president of Cyprus (1988-93)

1931-07-15

George Reeder, Androcles and the Lion

1931-07-20

Roy Skelton, Zippy and George's Puppet Legends

1931-08-06

George Sperdakos, The Devil's Advocate

1931-08-22

Heikki Värtsi, George Sandin salongissa

1931-09-12

George Jones, Saratoga Tx, singer (Golden Rings, Oh Lonesome Me), (d. 2013)

1931-09-22

George Younger, 4th Viscount Younger of Leckie, British politician (d. 2003)

1931-09-26

George Chambers, MS, rock bassist/vocalist (Chambers Brothers)

1931-10-09

George R. Rohrs, McCloud

1931-11-08

George Maciunas, Artype

1931-12-04

Wally George, American TV commentator (d. 2003)

1931-12-04

Wally George, A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child

1931-12-22

George Ede, The World According to Garp

1931-12-31

George Ardisson, Juliet of the Spirits

1931-9-12

George Jones, Crazy Heart

1931-9-29

George Manupelli, Cry Dr. Chicago

1932-01-26

George H Clements, first Roman Catholic Priest to adopt a child.

1932-01-29

George Allen, English footballer

1932-03-28

George Cannon, I Like to Hurt People

1932-04-03

George Stevens Jr., The Thin Red Line

1932-04-17

Judy George, The Chateau

1932-05-31

George Vallings, British Vice Admiral

1932-06-10

George Burns, British TV host

1932-06-24

George Gruntz, Das falsche Gewicht

1932-06-25

George Sluizer, The Vanishing

1932-07-06

George Mason Kuhn, The Delinquents

1932-07-19

André Lamy, Sharky & George

1932-07-27

George Ryga, Hungry Hills

1932-08-18

George Deem, The Art of Painting

1932-11-17

George Morgan, Chafed Elbows

1932-12-14

George Furth, Chicago Ill, actor/dir (Tammy, Good Guys, Dumplings)

1932-12-14

George Furth, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

1932-12-31

George Schlatter, TV producer (Laugh-in)

1932-12-31

George Schlatter, Sinatra: 80 Years My Way

1933-01-24

George Bartenieff, Julie & Julia

1933-02-03

George Gipe, The Man with Two Brains

1933-03-20

George Altman, American baseball player

1933-03-30

George Morfogen, Twenty Bucks

1933-04-02

George N'Guyen Van Loc, Van Loc, le flic de Marseille

1933-04-20

George R. Robertson, Police Academy

1933-04-28

George Hively, Friday the 13th Part III

1933-05-03

George Constantin, Reconstruction

1933-06-06

George Gaines, All the President's Men

1933-06-15

George Koblasa, Black Eagle

1933-06-25

George Preas, 1964 NFL Championship Game

1933-07-25

George Dickerson, Blue Velvet

1933-08-20

George John Mitchell, (Sen-D-ME, 1980-94/Senate Whip 1989- )

1933-08-20

George Mitchell, Principles of Peace

1933-09-16

George Chakiris, Norwood Ohio, actor (West Side Story)

1933-11-07

George Tibbits, composer

1933-11-09

George Witt,

1933-9-04

George Claydon, Magical Mystery Tour

1934-01-03

Bryan George Kelly, composer

1934-01-09

George Loros, Shakedown

1934-02-13

George Segal, actor/banjo player (Carbon Copy, Fun with Dick & Jane)

1934-02-13

George Segal, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

1934-02-22

Sparky Anderson [George Lee Anderson], Bridgewater South Dakota, American MLB manager (Cincinnati Reds, Detroit Tigers)

1934-02-24

George Ryan, Deadline

1934-03-11

George Stamatoyannopoulos, Greece, medical genetics researcher

1934-03-15

Daniel George "Danny" Apolinar, composer/songwriter

1934-03-20

Willie Brown, George of the Jungle

1934-04-18

George Shirley, American tenor

1934-04-23

George Canseco, Pagputi ng uwak... Pag-itim ng tagak

1934-05-03

George Cooper, The Magic Christian

1934-05-09

Alan Bennett, The Madness of King George

1934-05-15

George Roper, Episode #1.3

1934-06-18

George Hearn, The Devil's Own

1934-07-16

George Hilton, Blade of the Ripper

1934-10-26

George Fosgate, Bigfoot/Ouija boards

1934-11-21

George De Vries, Mission Mars

1934-11-29

George Belotti, 1960 AFL Championship Game

1934-12-31

George Christie, Glyndebourne: A Celebration of Fifty Years

1934-9-14

George Welbes, How to Survive a Marriage

1934-9-16

George Chakiris, West Side Story

1935-01-30

John George Hughes, bishop of Kensington

1935-02-01

Edmund Kerwin, My Third Wife, George

1935-03-03

George Gardiner, Election 97

1935-03-08

George Coleman, The Preacher's Wife

1935-03-31

George Page, Nature

1935-05-17

Dennis Christopher George Potter, playwright (Karaoke, Midnight Movie)

1935-05-25

George Roubicek, The Dirty Dozen

1935-06-01

James George, US, weightlifter (Olympic-silver-1960/bronze-1956)

1935-06-02

George Atkinson, End Game

1935-06-03

Michael Hampe, Dresdner Musikfestspiele 2000 - George Frideric Handel: Xerxes (Serse) - Dramma per musica

1935-06-03

George Holmes, Insignificance

1935-06-15

George Jonas, Munich

1935-07-09

Ronnie Burns, Evanston Ill, adopted son of George Burns

1935-07-15

Alex Karras, Gary Ind, NFLer (Detroit Lions)/actor (George-Webster), (d. 2012)

1935-07-24

George Varnals, South African cricket batsman (England 1964-65)

1935-08-09

George S Leotsakos, composer

1935-11-10

George Claridge, The Thanksgiving Treasure

1935-11-13

George Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury

1935-11-13

George Carey, Making Waves

1935-11-30

George Richey, Episode #5.21

1935-12-17

George Lindsey, American actor (The Andy Griffith Show), (d. 2012)

1935-12-22

George Kosana, Night of the Living Dead

1936-01-22

George Motoi, Intoarcerea lui Voda Lapusneanu

1936-02-01

George Strattan, Point Blank

1936-04-01

George Masters, Tootsie

1936-04-27

George F.H. Chang, Luo ying xia

1936-05-01

George Moorse, Lenz

1936-05-02

Engelbert Humperdinck, [Arnold George Dorsey], Madras India, singer (EH Show)

1936-05-11

George Tricker, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson

1936-06-11

George Bryan Ingham, artist

1936-07-15

George V. Voinovich, Light of Day

1936-07-22

George McKelvey, The Astronaut Farmer

1936-07-30

George "Buddy" Guy, US blues guitarist (Stone Crazy)

1936-08-05

Brenda Carlin, George Carlin: Jammin' in New York

1936-10-17

Nelson Tetreault, George Carlin: Carlin on Campus

1936-10-18

George Leverett, Dallas: The Early Years

1936-11-08

Edward George Gibson, Buffalo NY, astronaut (Skylab 4)

1936-11-29

Mark St. George, Alexander: Hero of Heroes

1937-01-16

Francis Cardinal George, We Believe

1937-04-06

George Pensotti, Hitler: The Rise of Evil

1937-04-16

George 'The Animal' Steele, Ed Wood

1937-04-20

George Takei, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

1937-05-07

George Gund, Cold Fever

1937-05-12

George Carlin, Bronx, comedian (7 dirty words, AM & FM, Carwash)

1937-05-12

George Carlin, Dogma

1937-05-12

Uncle George, Furious Fuckers: Final Race

1937-05-21

George Riddle, The Innkeepers

1937-05-26

George Pollock, Oy Vey!

1937-06-03

George Fisher, Titanic

1937-06-04

George Rogatkin, The Duel

1937-06-27

George Raveling, Blue Chips

1937-06-28

George Knudson, Canadian golfer (d. 1989)

1937-07-19

George Hamilton IV, NC, actor (Evel Knievel, Love at 1st Bite)

1937-07-19

George Hamilton IV, A Perfect World

1937-07-28

James M. George, Midnight Run

1937-08-18

William George Rushton, London, actor/author/cartoonist (TW3)

1937-08-20

George Thoma, German FR, cross country ski jumper (Olympic-gold-1960)

1937-09-07

George Patrick Reid, schoolkeeper

1937-09-12

George Chuvalo, Canadian boxer

1937-10-16

George Kerr, Episode #1.1

1937-10-20

George P. Horse Capture, I'd Rather be Powwowing

1937-10-28

George 'Buck' Flower, Back to the Future

1937-11-25

Angelina George, Yellow Fella

1937-11-29

George Thomas, Game 6

1937-9-06

Sergio Aragonés, George of the Jungle

1937-9-12

George Chuvalo, The Fly

1937-9-16

Vince Naimoli, George Steinbrenner for the Economic Divide in Major League Baseball

1938-01-29

George Renschler, A Jew Named Sullivan

1938-02-24

George Lutsche, Silent Fall

1938-03-08

George Innes, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

1938-04-29

Klaus Voormann, George Harrison: Living in the Material World

1938-05-13

Francine Pascal, George M!

1938-05-20

Astrid Kirchherr, George Harrison: Living in the Material World

1938-06-02

Gene Michael, George Steinbrenner

1938-06-07

George Guidall, Guiding Light

1938-07-23

Götz George, German actor

1938-07-23

Götz George, Rossini

1938-07-28

George Cummings, rocker (Dr Hook & Medicine Show)

1938-07-28

George Cummings, Episode #4.30

1938-08-03

George Memmoli, NYC, actor (Earl-Hello Larry)

1938-08-03

George Memmoli, Rocky

1938-08-03

George Fischoff, Pirate Radio

1938-09-20

George J Hochbrueckner, (Rep-D-NY)

1938-12-02

George Fredrick, The Blues Brothers

1938-9-22

Jonathan Elsom, My Letter to George

1939-01-08

Bentley Anderson, George Washington

1939-01-19

Beti George, Rest Not Secure

1939-01-28

Cornelia Wallace, George Wallace: Settin' the Woods on Fire

1939-02-20

Roy George Elroy Josephs, jazz dance teacher

1939-02-24

George Bain, principal (London Business School)

1939-02-26

George Flint, 1965 AFL Championship Game

1939-03-03

George Kafkaris, The Magus

1939-03-08

George William Reed, astronomy writer/cartoonist (Dark Sky Legacy)

1939-03-09

George Poulos, Gridlock'd

1939-03-12

George Lee, The Ultimate Gift

1939-03-24

George Michael, The Silence of the Lambs

1939-06-11

Barry George Barrington Porter, politician

1939-06-29

Ron Headley, cricketer (son of George, 2 Tests WI v England 1973)

1939-07-10

George Estregan, Pasukuin si Waway

1939-07-14

George E. Slusser, American scholar and writer

1939-07-15

George Pentecost, Another World

1939-08-02

Edward Patten, The George Burns One-Man Show

1939-08-12

George Hamilton, Memphis Tn, (Love at 1st Bite, Where the Boys Are)

1939-08-12

George Hamilton, The Godfather: Part III

1939-08-22

George Reinholt, One Life to Live

1939-08-29

George Ganchev, Red Dawn

1939-09-05

George Lazenby, Goulburn Australia, actor (OHMSS-James Bond)

1939-10-01

George Archer, SF CA, PGA golfer (1969 Masters Bing Crosby)

1939-10-01

George Archer, Episode #3.163

1939-10-22

George Cohen, English footballer

1939-10-22

George Cohen, Wags of '66

1939-11-04

George Mallaby, The Spy Who Loved Me

1939-11-13

George V. Higgins, Killing Them Softly

1939-9-03

George Bawart, Zodiac

1939-9-04

George Barrow, F.I.S.T.

1939-9-04

Peter Govey, The Madness of King George

1939-9-05

George Lazenby, On Her Majesty's Secret Service

1940-01-11

Marshall Frady, George Wallace

1940-01-22

George Seifert, American football coach

1940-01-22

George Seifert, Super Bowl XXXI

1940-02-04

George A Romero, actor/director (Creepshow, Martin, 2 Evil Eyes)

1940-02-04

George A. Romero, Night of the Living Dead

1940-02-25

George Paul, CEO (Norwich Union Insurance Group)

1940-03-25

Anita Bryant, Barnsdall Oklahoma, singer (George Gobel Show) and anti-homosexuality campaigner

1940-04-20

George Takei, Los Angeles California, actor (Sulu-Star Trek, Green Berets)

1940-04-20

George Andrie, Super Bowl VI

1940-04-21

George DiCenzo, Back to the Future

1940-05-26

George Backman, The Deserters

1940-06-04

George Chesebro, The Man Who Would Not Die

1940-06-17

George Akerlof, American economist, Nobel laureate

1940-07-07

Ringo Starr, George Harrison: Living in the Material World

1940-08-02

George Stokes, Fight Club

1940-08-22

George Reinholt, Phila, actor (Steve-Another World, One Life to Live), (d. 2013)

1940-09-28

George Greenstein, author (Secret of a Jewish Baker)

1940-11-23

George Parnham, The State of Texas vs. Andrea Yates

1940-11-28

George Arglen, The Kettles on Old MacDonald's Farm

1941-01-04

George P. Cosmatos, Rambo: First Blood Part II

1941-01-31

George S Mickelson, (Gov-SD)

1941-01-31

George S. Mickelson, Dances with Wolves

1941-02-23

Frank Gerstenberg, Edinburgh, principal (George Watson's College)

1941-05-04

George Will, Champaign, Illinois, American political analyst (Night Line)

1941-05-04

George Will, This Week

1941-05-13

Joe Brown, Concert for George

1941-05-23

General George Norman Johnson, US singer (Down at the Beach Club)

1941-06-02

William Guest, The George Burns One-Man Show

1941-06-28

George Miller, Episode dated 7 April 1987

1941-07-03

George Herzig, Ranch of the Ruthless

1941-07-16

George Young, MP/British minister of housing & planning

1941-07-22

George Clinton, Kannapolis NC, rocker (Parliament-Funkadelic)

1941-07-22

George Clinton, 10 Things I Hate About You

1941-08-03

Dr. George Hangay, Túl az Óperencián...

1941-08-10

George Bellamy, Just for Fun

1941-10-08

George Bellamy, rocker (Tornados)

1941-10-13

Neil Aspinall, George Harrison: Living in the Material World

1941-10-21

George Randazzo, Rocky Marciano

1941-11-06

Gregory Abels, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

1941-11-21

George Morren, Flemish painter/sculptor

1941-11-22

George Yudzevich, Gloria

1941-12-03

Walter George Alton, The Pumaman

1941-9-01

George Saimes, 1966 AFL Championship Game

1941-9-04

George Hosmer, The Hebrew Hammer

1942-01-01

George Couroupos, composer

1942-01-08

George Passmore, With Gilbert & George

1942-03-30

George Esson, Chief Constable (Dumfries & Galloway)

1942-05-14

George Linjeris, Love-In 1972

1942-06-13

Ugly George, Mondo Sexualis USA

1942-08-06

George Jung, American convicted drug felon

1942-08-06

George Jung, Heavy

1942-08-16

George Eastman, Keoma

1942-08-31

George Kuchar, Hold Me While I'm Naked

1942-10-13

George Lee Andrews, Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall

1942-10-25

George Reinhart, Das Boot ist voll

1942-11-08

Libby George, Choose

1942-11-11

George Sauer, Super Bowl III

1942-11-24

Marlin Fitzwater, press secretary (George Bush)

1942-12-18

William HAF, English prince/grandson of George V

1942-9-04

Merald Knight, The George Burns One-Man Show

1942-9-08

George Sibley, Death Row Women

1942-9-18

Ernestine Jackson, 10,000 Black Men Named George

1942-9-27

George Bunt, F. Scott Fitzgerald and 'The Last of the Belles'

1943-01-23

George A. Sack Jr., Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

1943-02-25

George Harrison, rocker (Beatle/Travelling Willberries-My Sweet Lord)

1943-02-25

George Harrison, George Harrison: Living in the Material World

1943-03-02

George Layton, Einstein's Big Idea

1943-03-22

George Benson, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, American jazz/blues singer/guitarist (Greatest Love of All)

1943-03-22

George Benson, The Intouchables

1943-05-08

George Sobotta,

1943-05-11

George Edwards, composer

1943-05-31

Richard Timothy George Mansfield Parker, 9th Earl of Macclesfield

1943-06-14

David Toll, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

1943-08-27

George Matsui, Hell to Eternity

1943-09-06

George Roger Waters, Cambridge England, rock bassist and vocalist (Pink Floyd-Brick in the Wall)

1943-10-01

George Rogan, Rocky IV

1943-11-10

George Sauer, Jr., Sheboygan, Wisconsin, AFL player (New York Jets), (d. 2013)

1943-11-22

George W [Buddy] Darden, (Rep-D-GA, 1983- )

1943-11-22

George Kohut, Batman Begins

1943-12-08

George Shaloub, Anytown, USA

1943-12-20

George Kimball, Play It to the Bone

1943-9-11

Gilbert Prousch, With Gilbert & George

1943-9-28

George W.S. Trow, Savages

1944-02-07

George Payne, Scoundrels

1944-02-12

Judith Moore, Sunday in the Park with George

1944-02-18

George American Horse, Son of the Morning Star

1944-03-13

George Rodrigue, New Orleans Story

1944-03-17

Pattie Boyd, English photographer and author (Mrs George Harrison/Mrs Eric Clapton)

1944-03-17

Pattie Boyd, George Harrison: Living in the Material World

1944-03-23

George Scott, Greenville, MS, MLB player (Boston Red Sox), (d. 2013)

1944-03-23

George 'Boomer' Scott, 1977 MLB All-Star Game

1944-03-27

George Levenson, Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes

1944-05-07

Sivi Aberg, The Killing of Sister George

1944-05-14

George Lucas, Modesto CA, director (Star Wars, Indiana Jones)

1944-05-14

George Lucas, Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

1944-07-06

George Bowers, From Hell

1944-08-06

George Tulloch, Titanic: Death of a Dream

1944-10-19

George McCrae, US singer (Lead Me On, Rock Your Baby)

1944-10-19

George McCrae, Boys Don't Cry

1944-11-06

George Bamford, Kvindesind

1944-11-10

George Simpson, The Mist

1944-12-08

George Baker, Episode #5.120

1944-12-09

George Baker, [Hans Bouwens], Dutch vocalist (G B Selection)

1944-12-11

Lynda Day George, San Marcos Tx, actress (Casey-Mission Impossible)

1944-12-11

Lynda Day George, Pieces

1945-03-03

George Miller, Mad Max: Fury Road

1945-03-05

George Crile, 60 Minutes

1945-03-09

George Jesse Turner, 42 Up

1945-03-20

George Stapleford, The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams

1945-04-08

George Trirogoff, Taxi Driver

1945-04-13

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

1945-04-13

Lowell George, X-Men: Days of Future Past

1945-05-04

George Wadenius, rocker (Blood, Sweat & Tears)

1945-05-17

George Miller, (Rep-D-CA, 1975- )

1945-05-17

George Miller, Casino Jack and the United States of Money

1945-06-07

George Mitterwald, Game 2

1945-06-22

Catherine Allary, George et Margaret

1945-06-24

George E Pataki, Peekskill NY, (Gov-R-NY, 1995- )

1945-06-24

George Pataki, 16 Acres

1945-07-19

George Dzunda, Rosenheim Germany, actor (Deer Hunter, Law & Order)

1945-07-19

George Dzundza, Basic Instinct

1945-07-26

Helen Mirren [Ilyena Lydia Vasilievna Mironoff], London, English actress (The Queen, The Madness of King George)

1945-08-31

[George I] Van Morrison, Belfast, singer (Here Comes the Night)

1945-09-03

George Biondo, rocker (Steppenwolf)

1945-10-20

George Wyner, Spaceballs

1945-10-28

George Baker, Parineeta

1945-11-25

George Webster, American football player (d. 2007)

1945-11-25

George Webster, 1967 AFL Championship Game

1945-12-16

Bobby George, English professional darts player

1945-12-16

Bobby George, Bobby George

1945-12-20

Peter Criss [George Peter John Criscuola], Brooklyn NY, American drummer and singer (Kiss)

1945-12-21

George Faison, The Josephine Baker Story

1945-9-11

George Henare, Once Were Warriors

1945-9-21

Pat Gannon, On Location: George Carlin at Phoenix

1946-01-10

George Bamber, Brothers of the Wilderness

1946-01-12

George Duke, San Rafael Ca, rocker, (d. 2013)

1946-01-12

George Duke, Leap of Faith

1946-04-12

George Robertson, Citizen Havel

1946-04-25

George Roby, The Monkey Hu$tle

1946-05-03

George Winslow, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

1946-05-18

George Alexander, rocker

1946-05-22

George Best, footballer/soccer player (Manchester United, Northern Ireland)

1946-05-22

George Best, This Boy's Story

1946-07-03

George Stover, Call Girl of Cthulhu

1946-07-06

George W. Bush Jr, New Haven, Connecticut, 43rd President of the United States (2001-09) and 46th Governor of Texas (1995-2000) (R-TX)

1946-07-06

George W. Bush, Journeys with George

1946-08-03

George-Ann Williamson, I Eat Your Skin

1946-08-17

George O'Leary, 2014 Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl

1946-12-04

George Maguire, Fight Club

1946-12-12

George Santo Pietro, husband of Vanna White

1947-01-01

George Lutz, The Amityville Horror

1947-01-04

George Atkinson, League of Denial: The NFL's Concussion Crisis

1947-01-09

George Wagner, Hollywood Boulevard

1947-01-10

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

1947-01-10

George Alec Effinger, Circuit's Edge

1947-01-20

George Grantham, rocker (Poco-Crazy Eyes)

1947-02-13

George Tirl, Left Behind: The Movie

1947-02-26

George Grivakis, Lauderdale

1947-04-27

George Kenneth Butterfield, American politician

1947-05-23

George G. Braunstein, Fade to Black

1947-06-07

Ben George, Dreams of Love

1947-06-17

George S. Clinton, American composer and musician

1947-06-17

George S. Clinton, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

1947-07-05

George Kunz, Baltimore Colts vs. Miami Dolphins

1947-08-10

George Buehler, Super Bowl XI

1947-08-14

George Newsome, rocker

1947-08-23

George F. Walker, Niagara Motel

1947-10-01

George Wells, WrestleMania 2

1947-10-02

George Lam, Zai sheng ren

1947-10-12

George Lam, Hong Kong singer

1947-10-23

George Golubenko, Ulybka Boga, ili Chisto odesskaya istoriya

1947-11-06

George Lawrence James, NJ, 4X400m relayer (Olympic-gold-1968)

1947-11-06

George Young, Glasgow, Scotland, rock guitarist (Easybeats, AC/DC)

1947-11-10

David Allen Loggins, Will Ferrell: You're Welcome America - A Final Night with George W Bush

1947-11-20

George Grantham, OK, rock drummer/vocalist (Poco)

1947-12-26

George Porter Jr., Hancock

1948-01-17

George Simonelli, The Last Don

1948-02-23

George Gerdes, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

1948-03-11

George Kooymans, Dutch guitarist/singer (Golden Earring)

1948-03-11

George Kooymans, End of Watch

1948-03-20

George Mendeluk, Lonesome Dove: The Series

1948-04-19

George Farmer, New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears

1948-05-04

George Tupou V, Tonga, King of Tonga (2006-2012), (d. 2012)

1948-05-18

Olivia Harrison, George Harrison: Living in the Material World

1948-07-01

George A. Parker, The Bourne Supremacy

1948-07-11

George Rekers, The Susan Smith Story: A Mother's Confession

1948-07-18

George Starke, Super Bowl XVIII

1948-07-19

George Sarris, Obituary for a Super Hero

1948-07-31

George Toles, Careful

1948-08-12

George Hilton, Shadows

1948-08-15

George Ryton, British engineer

1948-08-19

George Putnam, Unlawful Entry

1948-09-20

George R. R. Martin, Bayonne, New Jersey, American fantasy and sci-fi author (A Song of Ice and Fire)

1948-09-20

George R.R. Martin, Bayonne New Jersey, American author (A Song of Ice and Fire)

1948-10-05

Delroy George Wilson, singer

1948-10-17

George Wendt, Chicago Ill, actor (Norm-Cheers)

1948-10-17

George Wendt, House

1948-11-06

George Young, RocknRolla

1948-11-14

Charles Philip Arthur George (Prince Charles), Prince of Wales/Duke of Cornwall

1948-11-21

George Zimmer, American entrepreneur

1948-12-01

George Foster, American baseball player

1948-12-01

George Foster, 1981 MLB All-Star Game

1948-12-06

George Linder, The Running Man

1948-9-20

George R.R. Martin, The Lion and the Rose

1948-9-23

George Mihaita, Silent Wedding

1949-01-05

George Brown, rock drummer (Kool & the Gang-Celebration)

1949-01-05

George Funky Brown, Pulp Fiction

1949-01-10

George Foreman, Marshall Texas, American World Heavyweight boxing champ (1973-74, 95)

1949-01-10

George Foreman, When We Were Kings

1949-01-12

George Meyer-Goll, Schwarzfahrer

1949-01-23

George Trepal,

1949-01-27

George Fouche, Dead Poets Society

1949-02-06

Rick St. George, An Artisan of Tangibles

1949-02-08

George Cheung, The Pursuit of Happyness

1949-02-15

George Howard, 13th Earl of Carlisle, English hereditary peer

1949-02-26

Elizabeth George, American novelist

1949-02-26

Elizabeth George, A Great Deliverance

1949-06-11

George Willig, stuntman (climbed World Trade Center in 1977)

1949-06-25

Phyllis George-Brown, Denton Tx, Miss America (1971)/sportscaster (CBS)

1949-06-25

Phyllis George, The Legend of Jimmy the Greek

1949-07-19

John V. O'Donnell, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

1949-08-04

George Kmeck, Rounders

1949-08-21

George Barry, Death Bed: The Bed That Eats

1949-09-29

George Dalaras, Greek singer

1949-10-05

Bill James [George William James], Holton Kansas, American baseball writer and statistician

1949-10-18

George Hendrick, baseball player

1949-10-18

George Hendrick, 1980 MLB All-Star Game

1949-10-20

George Harris, Raiders of the Lost Ark

1949-9-19

George Watters II, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

1950-02-10

George Michael Pantages, Invasion of the Body Snatchers

1950-02-13

W.G. Snuffy Walden, George Lopez

1950-02-24

George Thorogood, Wilmington, Delaware, American singer and guitarist (The Delaware Destroyers-Bad to the Bone)

1950-02-24

George Thorogood, Terminator 2: Judgment Day

1950-03-23

George Fox, George Fox: Time of My Life

1950-04-02

Rob George, Passion

1950-05-04

Janet Parshall, George W. Bush: Faith in the White House

1950-05-13

George Rountree, From the Heart: The Four Tops 50th Anniversary & Celebration

1950-06-04

George Noory, Predictions with George Noory

1950-06-18

Arnold Leibovit, The Fantasy Film Worlds of George Pal

1950-07-07

George Logan, Don't Ring Us

1950-07-13

George D "Pinky" Nelson, Iowa, PhD/astro (STS 41C, STS 61-C, STS-26)

1950-07-13

George Nelson, The Dream Is Alive

1950-07-13

George Lang, Watch the Skies!: Science Fiction, the 1950s and Us

1950-07-26

Susan George, London England, actress (Straw Dogs, Mandingo)

1950-07-26

Susan George, Straw Dogs

1950-07-27

George Fujimoto, Carried Away

1950-08-21

Arthur Bremer, American criminal, who shot George C Wallace in May 1972.

1950-10-19

George Fenton, Gandhi

1950-10-23

Donny George, Defying Deletion: The Fight Over Iraq's Nineveh Plains

1950-9-17

George Mendel, The Secret of Moonacre

1951-03-06

George 'Skip' McCloskey, John Carter

1951-05-10

George 'Woody' Clarke, O.J., Nicole and Ron: Countdown to Murder

1951-05-11

George Kaplan, Dark Angels

1951-05-12

George Karl, He Got Game

1951-06-10

George E. Marshall Jr., Nip/Tuck

1951-06-12

George Horie, It

1951-08-24

George Barker, Virginia Is for Drivers

1951-08-27

Don [Sheldon George] Pooley Jr, Phoenix AZ, PGA golfer (1980 BC Open)

1951-11-13

George A. Clark, Ike: The War Years

1952-02-22

George Marshall Ruge, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

1952-03-08

George Felix Allen, American politician

1952-03-08

George Allen, Episode dated 16 April 2006

1952-04-27

George Gervin, Detroit Michigan, American basketball player

1952-04-27

George Gervin, 1983 NBA All-Star Game

1952-05-18

George Strait, Pearsall Tx, country singer (All My Exes Live in Texas)

1952-05-18

George Strait, Nebraska

1952-06-12

Spencer Abraham, Secretary of Energy under George W. Bush

1952-06-16

George Papandreou, junior, Greek politician

1952-07-01

Brian George, Hotel Transylvania

1952-07-06

George Athans, Shades of Love: Sunset Court

1952-07-14

George Louis Francis Lewis, composer

1952-07-21

George Wallace, Funny People

1952-07-27

Robert Duncan, George and His Daughter

1952-08-08

Doug Melvin, George Steinbrenner for the Economic Divide in Major League Baseball

1952-08-13

Robert Lloyd George, Destiny

1952-08-22

Joe Leydon, The People vs. George Lucas

1952-08-23

Cathy St George, Norfolk Va, playmate (Aug, 1982)

1952-10-02

George Meegen, England, walked 19,019 miles from Argentina to Alaska

1952-12-20

Terry George, Hotel Rwanda

1952-12-21

George Sebastian, Loaded for Bear

1953-01-05

George Tenet, American CIA director

1953-01-05

George Tenet, At the Center of the Storm/Armed and Dangerous

1953-02-10

George Keller, In China They Eat Dogs

1953-02-11

Jeb Bush, George Clooney/Governor Jeb Bush/Mavis Staples & Friends

1953-02-16

George Martin, NFLer (NY Giants)

1953-02-16

George Martin, Super Bowl XXI

1953-02-18

Sue Anne Gershenson, Sunday in the Park with George

1953-04-26

George B. Appleman, Song of the Dead

1953-05-15

George Brett, Glen Dale West Virginia, KC Royal 3rd baseman (1980 AL MVP)

1953-05-15

George Brett, Chicken 'n' Corn

1953-05-17

George Johnson, Los Angeles California, rocker (Brothers Johnson)

1953-05-17

George Johnson, Don Cornelius: Visionary, Trailblazer & Cultural Icon

1953-05-17

George Johnson, The Woman in Red

1953-05-27

George S. Chialtas, Last Exit to Springfield

1953-08-23

George Millenbach, The Kidnapping of Baby John Doe

1953-08-30

Ron George, American politician

1953-10-05

George Horton,

1953-11-23

George DelHoyo, Rango

1953-12-07

George O'Hanlon Jr., The Karate Kid, Part II

1954-02-06

George O'Dwyer, Sin City

1954-04-25

George Spartels, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

1954-04-28

George Ciccarone, Tattoo Tales... Stories That Bleed.

1954-05-06

George Irving, The Best Man

1954-05-28

George E Mahlberg, Astrophysicist, Mt Palomar/Mt Wilson CA (1974-78)

1954-05-28

George E. Mahlberg, Naked Vengeance

1954-06-09

George Pérez, American comic book artist

1954-07-15

George Barna, Road Blocks

1954-08-16

George Galloway, Episode #1.5

1954-08-23

Cathy St. George, Star 80

1954-08-28

George Church, American geneticist

1954-08-28

George Stoll, Pink Flamingos

1954-09-28

George Lynch, rock guitarist (Lynch Mob-Wicked Sensations)

1954-10-03

George Rudy, Daerah jagoan

1954-10-13

George Frazier, American baseball player

1954-10-13

George Frazier, Game 3

1954-10-30

K. George Godwin, Going: Remembering Winnipeg Movie Theatres

1954-11-22

David Leon, The Madness of King George

1954-11-30

George McArdle, rock bassist (Little River Band Melbourne

1954-11-30

George Nejame, General Hospital

1954-9-23

George C. Wolfe, Lackawanna Blues

1954-9-28

George Lynch, Dokken: One Live Night

1955-02-14

George DeTitta Jr., Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

1955-02-16

George Martin, NFL defensive back (NY Giants)

1955-02-20

George Otto, Episode #1.1

1955-04-04

George Sanders, Sneaky Snake: Lost in the Holy Land

1955-04-25

George Hapig, Black Out

1955-05-07

George Tarrant, The Claim

1955-05-20

Steve George, rock keyboardist (Mr Mister)

1955-08-22

George Moffly, Breaking Up

1955-11-18

George Coutoupis, Where the Boys Are

1955-11-22

George Alagiah, Episode dated 8 September 2011

1955-9-26

George Daugherty, Peter and the Wolf

1956-01-04

George O'Mara, Payback

1956-02-19

George David Low, Cleveland Ohio, astronaut (STS 32, STS 43)

1956-06-03

George Burley, Scottish football player and manager

1956-06-03

George Burley, The Premiership

1956-06-24

George Vukovich, Game 5

1956-07-01

Brian Sabean, George Steinbrenner for the Economic Divide in Major League Baseball

1956-10-03

Peter Frechette, Warwick RI, actor (Paint it Black, George-Profiler)

1956-10-07

Screaming Mad George, Predator

1956-11-04

George Grenier, Limitless

1956-11-10

George Herbert, Secrets of Highclere Castle

1956-12-12

Sondra Theodore, George Burns' Early, Early, Early Christmas Special

1956-12-23

George Wilhelm, Bang

1956-12-27

Karen Hughes, Journeys with George

1956-9-15

George Howard, The Morning After

1957-04-05

George Newton, This Is England

1957-05-15

George Pattison, Cruel Intentions

1957-05-21

George Englund Jr., Terrorist on Trial: The United States vs. Salim Ajami

1957-05-29

Big George, Christmas Special: Part 2

1957-06-12

Jim Morris, impressionist/comedian (Ronald Reagan, George Bush)

1957-06-21

Isaac George, La settimana della sfinge

1957-06-22

George Brandis, Episode #3.15

1957-07-26

George Duroy, Lukas in Love

1957-09-11

Jeffrey George Sluman, Rochester NY, PGA golfer (1988 PGA Champ)

1957-11-02

George Chiesa, Raw

1957-11-19

George Leary, Newmarket Ontario, trap shooter (Olympics-16-92, 96)

1957-11-21

George Alexandru, Sundays on Leave

1957-9-01

Nelson George, CB4

1958-01-06

George Jackson, New Jack City

1958-01-24

Jools Holland, Concert for George

1958-02-03

George Muhs, RoboCop

1958-03-21

George Roth, Batman

1958-04-06

George Spell, The Naked Kiss

1958-05-20

Mitch Engel, George Wallace

1958-05-31

Gary George Hallberg, Berwyn IL, PGA golfer (1983 Andy Williams)

1958-06-29

George Roth, Hack

1958-09-04

George Hurley, American drummer (Minutemen)

1958-10-04

George Pratt, A Man in Uniform

1958-10-07

George M. White, Nacho Libre

1958-10-28

Jay Don Blake, St George UT, PGA golfer (1991 Shearson Lehman Open)

1958-11-05

George Souza, The Deserter

1958-11-06

Terry Austin, George of the Jungle

1958-11-10

George Lowe, American voice actor

1958-11-10

George Lowe, Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters

1958-12-02

George Saunders, American writer

1958-12-08

George Rogers, Super Bowl XXII

1958-9-04

George Hurley, We Jam Econo: The Story of the Minutemen

1958-9-29

George Boswell, Episode #1.1

1959-03-11

George Feltenstein, Elvis: That's the Way It Is

1959-05-04

Anthony Calf, The Madness of King George

1959-05-11

George Dvorsky, Beauty and the Beast

1959-05-24

George Glanos, horse trainer

1959-05-29

George Hladky, Blade

1959-08-14

Richard Vaczy, Mrs. George Devereaux

1959-08-23

George Kalovelonis, Greek tennis player

1959-09-23

Jason Alexander, [Greenspan], Newark NJ, actor (George-Seinfeld)

1959-10-21

George Bell, Dom Rep, outfielder (Blue Jays, 1987 AL MVP)

1959-10-21

George Bell, Ron Taylor: Dr. Baseball

1959-10-21

George Bell, Game 4

1959-11-02

George Almond, Star Trek: Judgment Rites

1959-11-30

George Saunders, The Hard Corps

1960-01-22

Beverly George, To the Limit

1960-01-25

George Alvarez, General Hospital

1960-01-31

George Benjamin, Towards Antara

1960-02-12

George Gray, Stay Tuned

1960-03-14

George Horvath, Sweden, pentathlete (Olympic-1980)

1960-05-16

George Israel, Veja Esta Canção

1960-07-05

Robert Wagenhoffer, A Tribute to George and Ira Gershwin: A Memory of All That

1960-08-13

George Packer, No End in Sight

1960-08-24

George G. Colucci, An Autumn's Tale

1960-08-25

George M. Chappell, Iron Man

1960-10-13

George Pratt, See You in Hell, Blind Boy

1960-11-25

John F. Kennedy Jr, NYC, American lawyer, magazine publisher (George) and son of JFK

1960-12-31

Julian Forbes, George Wallace

1961-02-10

George Stephanopoulos, presidential adviser (Clinton)

1961-02-10

George Stephanopoulos, The War Room

1961-02-27

George Kapiniaris, Housos vs. Authority

1961-04-13

George Aprea, Wine and Food Paring at the Mooo

1961-04-23

George Lopez, American actor and comedian

1961-04-23

George Lopez, George Lopez: It's Not Me, It's You

1961-05-06

George Clooney, Lexington Kentucky, actor (Dr Douglas Ross-ER, Batman)

1961-05-06

George Clooney, Gravity

1961-06-14

"Boy George" O'Dowd, androgynous vocalist & druggie (Culture Club)

1961-06-14

Boy George, Fargo

1961-07-23

Laura George,

1961-08-09

George Stiles, Lucky in Love

1961-08-15

Ed Gillespie, American White House counsel to George W. Bush

1961-10-05

Matthew Kauffman, American journalist and George Polk Award winner

1961-10-21

George F. Miller, Unfaithful

1961-12-09

Lovette George, Center Stage

1961-9-18

George Schappell, Harlequin Baby

1961-9-28

George Rossi, Roseanna's Grave

1962-04-18

Shirlie Kemp, George Michael: A Different Story

1962-04-23

George Stevens, Transformers

1962-04-24

George Goodchild, The King and I

1962-06-26

George P N earl of St Andrews, under English prince Edward

1962-06-29

George Zamka, American astronaut

1962-07-08

George Entwistle, Newsnight

1962-08-05

George P. Davidson, The $50,000 Challenge

1962-09-30

George Jamison, NFL linebacker (KC Chiefs)

1962-10-09

George Ostos, What's Funny About a Broken Leg?

1962-10-22

George R. Snider III, Burning Annie

1962-9-07

George Armstrong, Episode #2.9

1962-9-07

George Janek, Survival

1962-9-15

George R. Willeman, My Mummy

1962-9-30

George Jamison, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

1963-01-13

Kevin McClatchy, George Steinbrenner for the Economic Divide in Major League Baseball

1963-01-23

George Evans, Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues

1963-01-27

George Monbiot, How Wolves Change Rivers

1963-05-15

George Heidweiler, Suriname, Dutch painter

1963-05-25

George Hickenlooper, Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse

1963-05-28

George Hollo, Yesterday Was a Lie

1963-06-25

George Michael [Panos], London, British rock vocalist (Wham-I Want Your Sex)

1963-06-25

George Michael, Beverly Hills Cop II

1963-08-09

Scott R. Wright, George Lucas... Cruisin' Modesto

1963-10-23

Richard R. Snedden Sr., George Washington

1963-11-03

George Hesse, The Crow

1963-11-14

George Ovashvili, Corn Island

1964-01-09

Rocky George, The Tripper

1964-06-23

George May III, Firestorm Rising

1964-07-16

George DeAngelo, The Deserter

1964-10-07

Kenneth Brian Howard, George Washington

1964-10-18

George Ferris, cricketer (Leewards fast bowler)

1964-12-30

George Newbern, Father of the Bride

1964-9-02

George Maloof, The Strange Life of Bob

1964-9-12

George Atamian, Rush Hour

1965-05-25

George Hickenlooper, American documentary film-maker

1965-06-16

J.J. George, Die Hard 2

1965-06-25

George Kayaian, Star Trek Eye of the Tempest

1965-08-03

Linda Crispien, AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to George Lucas

1965-11-04

Jeff Scott Soto, George of the Jungle 2

1965-11-06

Gregory George Frank, The Escape

1965-9-20

George Litman, Death 4 Told

1965-9-21

George Hupka, Two Worlds Colliding

1966-01-06

George E. Devlin, Subconscious

1966-01-30

George Scott, All I Want: A Portrait of Rufus Wainwright

1966-04-05

Mike George, Son in Law

1966-06-15

Angie George, Sticky Fingers 2

1966-08-19

Dan Remmes, George

1966-08-29

Dan Truman, St George Utah, singer (Diamond Rio-Meet in the Middle)

1966-10-01

George Weah, Liberian politician and footballer

1966-10-01

George Weah, ESPY Awards

1966-9-17

Jon Pennell, George of the Jungle

1966-9-24

David L.J. George, Wonderful World

1966-9-30

Tom George, Fratelli e sorelle

1967-01-13

George Paterson, Scottish singer/songwriter DMP

1967-02-15

George Waud, Snakes on a Plane

1967-03-01

George Eads, Fort Worth Texas, American actor (CSI)

1967-03-01

George Eads, Monte Walsh

1967-03-11

George Gray, Man Land

1967-03-16

George Palermo, Loving

1967-04-06

George Lenz, Autumn Blood

1967-04-20

George Ghannam, M.O.G. Redux

1967-05-27

George McCloud, NBA forward/guard (Dallas Mavericks, Phoenix Suns)

1967-12-08

Jeff George, NFL quarterback (Atlanta Falcons, Oakland Raiders)

1967-12-08

Ron George, linebacker (Minnesota Vikings)

1967-12-08

Jeff George, 1990 NFL Draft

1967-12-18

George Bazala, Beyond the Pale

1968-01-19

Tim Higham, The Adventures of George the Projectionist

1968-01-23

Tracy Anne George, There's Something About Mary

1968-02-01

George Quigley Jr, Cin Ohio, skeet (Olympics-1996)

1968-02-01

George Donaldson, Celtic Thunder: Take Me Home

1968-02-12

George Ivanoff, Star Wars: Wrath of the Mandalorian

1968-02-15

George Ivascu, Silent Wedding

1968-02-23

Alexander Denk, George of the Jungle

1968-04-16

George Y. Russell, The Even Stevens Movie

1968-05-19

George Singer, George Carlin: Jammin' in New York

1968-06-03

George Angeludis, Do Animals Dream of Their Childhood?

1968-08-01

George Niciforos, Say Anything...

1968-08-03

Paul Belanger, Paul McCartney Really Is Dead: The Last Testament of George Harrison

1968-10-11

George Ratliff, Joshua

1968-10-15

George Koonce, NFL linebacker (Green Bay Packers-Super Bowl 31)

1968-10-15

George Koonce, 1995 NFC Championship Game

1968-10-22

George Arrendell, Everybody's Famous!

1968-11-13

Nicholas Bond-Owen, George and Mildred

1968-11-18

George Kotsiopoulos, Carmen Electra, Jessica White and Patti Stanger

1968-12-20

George Reis, The Bloody Ape

1969-01-13

George Nicholson-Sibley, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed

1969-01-26

George Tillman Jr., Men of Honor

1969-02-17

George Reese, The People's Court

1969-03-09

George Nimako, CFL safety (Toronto Argonauts)

1969-03-31

George Edward Purdy, Master of Orion

1969-04-08

George M. Kostuch, The Poughkeepsie Tapes

1969-04-22

George Williams, Lacrosse WI, catcher (Oakland A's)

1969-07-08

George Fisher, The Metalocalypse Has Begun

1969-08-21

George Poorman, Rudy

1969-08-25

George Mengisopoulos, The Unforgettables

1969-10-09

Giles Martin, George Harrison: Living in the Material World

1969-10-18

Doran George, Untitled Impound

1969-9-19

George McArthur, Big Fish

1970-01-22

George Loving Jackson, Where Everyone Knows My Name

1970-01-27

Dean Headley, cricket (grandson of George, England ODI quick 1996)

1970-02-24

George Nakas, Tsatsiki, morsan och polisen

1970-03-05

George Christopher, In His Life: The John Lennon Story

1970-03-13

Denise George, Hackers

1970-03-20

Ron George, NFL linebacker (Atlanta Falcons)

1970-03-20

Ron George, 1993 NFL Draft

1970-03-30

George Coghill, WLAF safety (Scottish Claymores)

1970-04-21

Stewart Malgunas, Prince George, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1970-05-02

Eric Brenner, Where's George?

1970-05-06

George Angel Rivas Jr., Conversation with Joseph Garcia and George Rivas

1970-05-28

Morgan Fox, Prince George BC, playmate (Dec, 1990)

1970-09-03

George Lynch, NBA forward (Vancouver Grizzlies)

1970-10-03

T. George McArdle, The Defensive Unoriginal Dude

1970-10-04

George L. Tarrant Jr., American Beauty

1970-10-05

Alexandra Pelosi, Journeys with George

1970-10-20

Shane George, cricketer (S Australian fast bowler, Shield debut at 17)

1970-11-30

George Uhl, Private Gold 72: Robinson Crusoe on Sin Island

1970-12-13

George Van Os Jr, Houston Texas, team handball left back (Oly-1996)

1970-12-24

Tom George, Akale

1970-9-03

George D. Lynch III, Blue Chips

1971-02-18

George Teague, NFL safety (Miami Dolphins, Green Bay Packers)

1971-02-18

George Teague, NWO Souled Out

1971-03-08

George L. Wright, Silent Hill

1971-03-08

George Sartiano, The Last Samurai

1971-03-21

George 'The Slayer' Stiso, Dirtbags

1971-04-05

Finidi George, soccer player (Ajax)

1971-05-11

George Zakk, xXx

1971-05-18

George Zlatarev, The Expendables 2

1971-05-19

Grant George, Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy

1971-05-23

George Osborne, Episode dated 15 January 2014

1971-06-04

Betsy Lynn George, Point Break

1971-06-24

Christopher Showerman, George of the Jungle 2

1971-08-19

Kellynn Jones, George Washington Realty

1971-10-17

Britt George, Breaking the Curse

1971-11-04

George VanBuskirk, Roger Dodger

1972-01-03

George Reyes, Cradle

1972-02-09

Jason George, actor (Michael Bourre-Sunset Beach)

1972-02-09

Jason George, Barbershop

1972-02-19

Don Juan Gross, 10,000 Black Men Named George

1972-02-27

George Alan, Secrets of a Hollywood Nurse

1972-05-18

Turner Stevenson, Prince George, NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens)

1972-08-16

George Stroumboulopoulos, Episode dated 10 November 2009

1972-11-06

George Hertzberg, Taken

1972-9-09

George Perez, Tin Cup

1973-01-22

George Noga, CFL linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

1973-01-30

George Fleece, Going Down & Cumming Out in Beverly Hills

1973-02-14

George Hegamin, NFL/WLAF tail back (Dallas Cowboys, Frankfurt Galaxy)

1973-04-19

George Gregan, Personal Best

1973-05-06

George Reno, Kill Thrill

1973-06-29

George Hincapie, Queens NY, road cyclist (Olympics-76th-92, 96)

1973-06-29

George Hincapie, Chasing Legends

1973-08-02

George Zidek, NBA center (Denver Nuggets, Charlotte Hornets)

1973-09-16

George Corrie, English Footballer

1973-09-24

Eddie George, American football player

1973-11-13

George Harris, WLAF cornerback (London Monarchs)

1973-12-06

George Danno, March

1973-12-31

George Jones, running back (Pittsburgh Steelers)

1973-9-20

George Deihl Jr., When in Rome

1973-9-24

Eddie George, The Best Man Holiday

1974-02-26

George Kontoleon, Lonely Dragon

1974-06-21

George Macri, Blood Diamond

1974-07-04

Inara George, Bridesmaids

1974-08-22

George A. Murphy, P.R.O.B.E.: Unnatural Selection

1974-08-29

Jeff Wiens, George Lucas in Love

1974-10-14

George Dorobantu, Elevator

1974-11-14

George A. Johnson, Homeless for the Holidays

1974-12-24

George A. Miki, Into the Wild

1974-12-26

George Jefferies, Fans Anonymous

1975-01-13

George Duran, Free Food

1975-02-03

George Jesse, Toms Welt

1975-02-15

George Morris, Green Zone

1975-02-27

George Katt, Valley of Angels

1975-03-08

George Sotiriou, Episode #1.2

1975-04-01

George Bastl, Swiss tennis player

1975-05-07

Jason Moore, 10,000 Black Men Named George

1975-05-18

George Vidanov, Out of Athens Part 2

1975-06-05

George Willson, No Better Loved Than Lost

1975-06-08

Michael Buckley, George Takei and Michael Buckley on the Sharing Economy

1975-08-05

George Boateng, Episode dated 1 June 2012

1975-08-11

George Collings, Dead Frequency

1975-08-12

Christa Nelson George, Dreamer

1975-08-16

George Stults, American actor

1975-08-16

George Stults, Hydra

1975-09-05

George Boateng, Dutch footballer

1975-10-05

Jens Peter Neuberth, George and the Dragon

1975-10-25

Chelsea Gibb, George of the Jungle 2

1976-01-12

George Whitman, High Road

1976-01-25

George Varotsis, Longford

1976-02-02

Bogdan George Apetri, Outbound

1976-03-01

George Hellas, Strife

1976-04-08

George Sharperson, A Man Apart

1976-07-07

George Vink, Horizonica

1976-08-06

Melissa George, 30 Days of Night

1976-08-07

Marc-George Andersen, Sex and the City

1976-12-08

Jarvis W. George, Gamer

1976-12-19

Wendy Fill, By George, It's a Noon Year's Celebration!

1976-9-04

Zachary Kranzler, Where's George?

1976-9-19

Bryan George, The 24th Day

1977-01-28

Daunte Culpepper, George Negoti-ate It

1977-03-28

George McPherson, Locker 212

1977-04-19

George Sherrill, 2008 MLB All-Star Game

1977-06-01

Thomas Marcus George, 3 Idiots

1977-06-20

George McCann, Warm Summer Rain

1977-07-09

George Sotiropoulos, UFC 116: Lesnar vs. Carwin

1977-08-29

Devean George, American basketball player

1977-08-29

Devean George, The 2004 NBA Finals

1977-11-03

Dave Strauss, The Ballad of Breaking George

1977-11-07

Lindsay Czarniak, The George Michael Sports Machine

1977-12-27

George Young Warner, Thank You for Washing

1978-01-16

George C. Francis, Bare på jobb

1978-01-29

George Taylor, Watchmen

1978-02-16

George Tounas, Volcano

1978-02-22

Andrew George Fink, Batman & Robin

1978-02-24

George Christopoulos, Colette

1978-03-04

George Mims, Summer Catch

1978-03-24

George Both Jr., All I Want for Christmas

1978-05-01

George Roca, The Masterpiece

1978-06-09

George Phillip Gutierrez, The Shield

1978-07-09

George Houliaras, Trilogy: The Weeping Meadow

1978-07-10

Joseph George Pcolinsky, Kickin'

1978-08-01

Dhani Harrison, George Harrison: Living in the Material World

1978-08-31

George Stanner,

1978-10-13

Nathan Tatterson, George Lopez

1978-12-03

Zak George, Olde English Sheepdog/Chow Chow/Toy Fox Terrier/Brittany/Miniature Schnauzer

1979-05-24

George Farish, Rushmore

1979-09-05

George O'Callaghan, Irish footballer

1979-10-16

Autumn Withers, Autumn and George

1979-12-20

George Lamb, Why I Love Celebrity Big Brother

1980-01-21

Jamarr George, The Bee-Bird Burglary

1980-02-13

George Karja, The Lady of the Damned Forest

1980-02-21

George Murdoch, No One Lives

1980-04-05

George Ricciardella, Spider-Man 3

1980-05-27

George F Rozansky,

1980-06-19

George Stanchev, Daydream Believers: The Monkees' Story

1980-07-14

George Smith, Australian Rugby player

1980-07-25

George Couyas, Much Ado About Nothing

1980-08-28

George Valavanis, Zoo Tycoon 2: Extinct Animals

1980-10-11

George Greene, No Country for Old Men

1980-11-04

George Huff, American Idol: Girls Rule

1981-02-24

Sevaan Franks, Modern Masters: In the Studio with George Perez

1981-03-11

George Madzia, Zena nebo zidle?

1981-04-01

George Wrighster, Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

1981-04-08

Joseph George, Broke Sky

1981-04-12

George Remes, Police, Adjective

1981-04-29

George McCartney, Northern Irish footballer

1981-05-12

George Young, Law & Order: Criminal Intent

1981-05-29

George Petrakopoulos, Trading Spouses: Meet Your New Mommy

1981-05-30

Victorien Robert, The Legendary Chevalier De Saint-George

1981-06-11

Mitch Yapko, The Return of Shotgun George

1981-06-26

George Igoe, Blue Harvest

1981-06-27

George Nicholis, Pan's Labyrinth

1981-06-30

Lore Dejonckheere, Gilbert en George

1981-08-21

Briston George, Sidewinder

1981-08-21

George Loucas, Now You See Me

1981-11-25

Barbara and Jenna Bush, twin daughters of U.S. President George W. Bush

1982-02-08

Stephan George, The Days Inbetween

1982-04-08

George Hughes, Beneath the Ice

1982-04-11

George Morrow, They Saved His Brain

1982-05-30

Fraser E. Wirth, Curious George

1982-06-29

Justin George, Into the Wild

1982-07-07

George Owu, Ghanaian footballer

1982-07-20

George McKenzie, Monsters

1982-08-04

Kimberley Rogers, George Washington

1982-08-09

George Bleakley, Episode dated 18 March 2009

1982-10-02

George Pettit, Canadian singer (Alexisonfire)

1982-11-21

Christopher Eden, Hello George

1982-12-15

George O. Gore II, American actor

1982-12-15

George Gore II, The Devil's Advocate

1982-9-08

Charlotte George, Two Minutes to Midnight

1983-01-23

George Foreman III, Boxing

1983-02-05

George Stark, Episode #22.4

1983-04-16

George Patis, Greek badminton player

1983-05-11

George Kinamis, Tommy Boy

1983-06-25

George Cuddy, Guardians of the Galaxy

1983-10-04

Verica Nikolic, St. George Shoots the Dragon

1983-11-06

George Burt, Tulisa: The Price of Fame

1983-9-07

Nicholas George Stark, Ling Long PA

1984-01-07

George Gilbey, Episode #1.4

1984-07-15

George Cortez, Episode dated 13 November 2007

1984-11-16

George Sanchez, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

1984-11-26

Emily George, Head Case 2

1984-12-04

Benjamin George, The Hangover Part II

1985-01-14

Ryan Bergez, The Necessary Assassination of George Lucas

1985-01-15

Kane George Jason, Indefinite

1985-04-09

George Young, For the Title

1985-11-23

George Basiev, The Cleaners

1985-9-20

George McMahon, Fifty Dead Men Walking

1985-9-22

George C.Williams, Notes of Silence

1986-01-20

Brendan George Ko, Winter's Warmth

1986-03-01

Nathan Perkins, Lewis & Clark & George

1986-03-02

Yonah Lewis, Amy George

1986-03-11

James Goux, The Necessary Assassination of George Lucas

1986-04-28

George Nozuka, Canadian Singer/Songwriter

1986-04-28

George Nozuka, Modern Love

1986-05-07

George Sholley, I Am Legend

1986-07-07

Geoff George, Into the Storm

1986-08-23

Josh Morris, Australian rugby league player for St. George Illawarra Dragons

1986-08-23

Brett Morris, Australian rugby league player for St. George Illawarra Dragons

1986-11-11

Stephen Vazquez, George Washington

1986-11-29

Calvin Thomas, Amy George

1986-9-25

George Loomis, Appropriate Sex

1987-01-29

George Messa, My Brother the Devil

1987-04-13

Brandon Hardesty, Gorgeous George and His TV Show

1987-04-23

George Frost, Sir David Frost: That Was the Life That Was

1987-04-30

Amanda George, Don McKay

1987-07-18

River George, Breaking Apart

1987-08-11

George Lin, The Parasomniac

1987-11-27

George Soto, Wristcutters: A Love Story

1987-9-20

Chinaza Uche, Mother of George

1988-01-20

Rob Kohler, In George's Cave

1988-08-24

George Sauma, Tim Maia

1988-9-06

Max George, E! Entertainment Special: Ryan Seacrest with the Wanted

1988-9-15

George Stavrinou, Chimera

1989-05-13

Lynn George, We Need to Talk

1989-10-12

George Pistereanu, If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle

1989-10-27

George Lalov, 15

1989-11-22

George Drawmer, Heart of Darkness

1989-9-14

George Gearhart King III, Two Weeks Notice

1990-01-01

George Mikhail, Dorfman in Love

1990-01-10

Aaron George, Jonatan

1990-02-04

Chris George, Good Morning/Goodnight

1990-12-11

George Maguire, Boogeyman 3

1991-07-28

George Webster, City of Dreamers

1992-01-03

George Brooks, Black Hole

1992-02-05

Kyle George, Bigfoot vs. D.B. Cooper

1992-02-12

George Hewer, Rock, Paper, Scissors

1992-03-13

George MacKay, Pride

1992-10-08

George White, Randal

1992-10-20

George Heritage, Rebel Without a Clue

1993-04-17

Nicole Bonifacio, Nightshades: George Benson

1993-06-22

George Reay, The Big Bounce

1993-06-29

George Sampson, English dancer

1993-06-29

George Sampson, StreetDance 3D

1994-04-09

George Pelham, Centenary

1994-04-29

George Keywood, Sunroof

1994-06-24

George Webster, Mysterious Skin

1994-07-16

Nadia Lewis, Curious George

1994-11-16

George Sorby, Where the Magic Happens

1996-05-25

George Richard Bruno, The Playmaker

1996-9-06

Chandler George Brown, Trouble with the Curve

1997-03-25

Lukas Mas, George Lucas Raped Our Childhood

1997-12-11

Timyra-Joi Beatty, Curious George

1998-01-14

George Everiss, Passers By

1999-12-23

George Whitford, Savannah

2001-12-05

Marky George, Vancouver

2001-9-05

George Chermor, Toy Mountain Christmas Special

2013-07-22

Prince George of Cambridge, London, England, son of Prince William of England (3rd in line to the English throne)

2013-07-22

Prince George of Cambridge, Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2013

George - Notable Weddings

George MasonApr 4, 1750

George WashingtonJan 6, 1759

Robert PeelJul 14, 1820

George BancroftMar 1, 1827

Mary Baker EddyDec 10, 1843

George McClellanMay 22, 1860

George Armstrong CusterFeb 9, 1864

John A. MacdonaldFeb 16, 1867

George WestinghouseAug 8, 1867

Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyJul 6, 1877

George VJul 6, 1893

Joseph ConradMar 24, 1896

George Bernard ShawJun 1, 1896

George MarshallFeb 11, 1902

George S. PattonMay 26, 1910

George MalloryJul 29, 1914

George HalasFeb 18, 1922

Elizabeth Bowes-LyonApr 26, 1923

George GallupDec 27, 1925

George MurphyDec 18, 1926

Amelia EarhartFeb 7, 1931

George OrwellJun 9, 1936

George ReevesSep 22, 1940

Barbara BushJan 6, 1945

George BalanchineAug 16, 1946

George MikanMay 17, 1947

George SteinbrennerMay 12, 1956

Ted HughesJun 16, 1956

George HarrisonJan 21, 1966

Tammy WynetteFeb 16, 1969

George ForemanDec 24, 1971

George GervinJul 7, 1976

George W. BushNov 5, 1977

Danielle SteelApr 15, 1978

George ClooneyDec 15, 1989

George BrettFeb 15, 1991

George Roger WatersJul 28, 1993

Prince EdwardJun 19, 1999

George TakeiSep 14, 2008

George LucasMay 1, 2010

George - Weddings
Date Event
1659-07-16

Princess Henriette C of Orange-Nassau weds monarch Johan George II

1734-03-25

William IV, Prince of Orange-Nassau marries princess Anne of Great Britain, eldest daughter of King George II at St. James' Palace

1750-04-04

Statesman George Mason (24) weds Ann Eilbeck (16)

1759-01-06

US 1st President George Washington marries Martha Dandridge Custis at White House Plantation

1761-09-08

Marriage of George III of the United Kingdom to Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Queen Charlotte).

1820-07-14

British PM Robert Peel (32) weds Sir John Floyd's daughter Julia at St George's, Hanover Square in London

1827-03-01

Father of U.S. History George Bancroft (26) weds first wife Sarah Dwight

1843-12-10

Author and religious leader Mary Baker Eddy (22) weds building contractor George Washington Glover (32) in Tilton, New Hampshire

1860-05-22

Major General George McClellan (33) weds Mary Ellen at Calvary Church in NYC, New York

1863-03-10

Prince of Wales, Albert Edward (21) weds Princess Alexandra of Denmark (18) at Windsor Castle in St. George's chapel

1864-02-09

Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer marries Elizabeth Clift Bacon

1867-02-16

Prime Minister of Canada John A. Macdonald (52) weds Agnes Bernard (30) at St George's Church in Hanover Square, London

1867-08-08

Engineer George Westinghouse (20) weds Marguerite Erskine Walker in Brooklyn, New York

1877-07-06

Composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (37) weds Antonina Miliukova (29) at the Church of Saint George in Moscow, Russia

1880-05-16

British writer Mary Anne Evans, pen name George Eliot, aged 60 marries John Cross, 20 years her junior

1893-07-06

British Prince George Duke of York (later George V) marries Princess Victoria of Teck (Queen Mary) at St James's Palace

1896-03-24

Writer "Heart of Darkness" Joseph Conrad (39) marries Englishwoman Jessie George (23)

1896-06-01

Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw (41) marries Charlotte Frances Payne-Townshend (41)in Covent Garden, London.

1902-02-11

US military leader George Marshall (22) weds Elizabeth Carter Coles in San Antonio, Texas

1910-05-26

US General George S. Patton (24) weds Frederick Ayer's daughter Beatrice Ayer at Beverly Farms Episcopal Church near Boston, Massachusetts

1914-07-29

Mountain climber George Mallory (28) weds Ruth Mallory

1922-02-18

Football player George Halas (27) weds Minnie Bushing

1923-04-26

English prince Albert Duke of York (George VI) (27) marries Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (22) at Westminster Abbey

1925-12-27

Inventor George Gallup (24) weds Ophelia Smith Miller

1926-01-17

George Burns marries Gracie Allen

1926-12-18

Actor George Murphy (24) weds ballroom dancing partner Juliette Henkel

1929-10-12

US military leader George Marshall (48) weds Katherine Tupper

1931-02-07

Aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart (33) weds publisher George Palmer Putnam (43) in Noank, Connecticut

1934-11-29

Prince George, Duke of Kent weds princess Marina of Greece and Denmark

1935-11-06

Engl prince Henry (under George V) weds Alice Montagu-Douglas-Scott

1936-06-09

Novelist and journalist George Orwell (33) weds Eileen Maud O'Shaugnessy (30) at St. Mary's Church

1940-09-22

"Adventures of Superman" actor George Reeves (26) weds Ellanora Needles at the Church of Our Savior in San Gabriel, California

1943-12-05

Singer and actress Dinah Shore (27) weds actor George Montgomery (27)

1945-01-06

Future US President George H W Bush marries Barbara Pierce at the First Presbyterian Church in Rye NY

1945-01-06

US First Lady Barbara Bush (19) weds 41st president George H. W. Bush (20) at the First Presbyterian Church in Rye, New York

1946-08-16

Famous ballet choreographer George Balanchine (42) weds ballerina Maria Tallchief (21)

1947-05-17

NBA center George Mikan (22) weds college sweetheart Patricia Lu Daveny

1949-09-29

George Lascelles marries Maria Stein

1956-05-12

NY Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner (25) weds Elizabeth Joan Zieg

1956-06-16

British Poet and Poet Laureate Ted Hughes marries American writer and poet (The Bell Jar) Sylvia Plath at St George the Martyr Holborn, London.

1964-07-31

George Lascelles marries Patricia Tuckwell

1966-01-21

Beatle George Harrison marries model Patti Boyd

1969-02-16

Country singer Tammy Wynette (26) weds musician George Jones (37)

1971-12-24

Professional boxer George Foreman (22) weds Adrienne Calhoun

1976-07-07

NBA guard George Gervin (24) weds Joyce King

1977-10-06

Professional boxer George Foreman (28) weds Cynthia Lewis

1977-11-05

43rd US President George W. Bush (31) weds Laura Welch (31) at The First United Methodist Church in Midland, Texas

1978-04-15

Novelist Danielle Steel (30) weds William George Toth

1978-07-06

Country singer Tammy Wynette (36) weds record producer George Richey (42) in Florida

1978-09-02

George Harrison marries Olivia

1981-09-15

Professional boxer George Foreman (32) weds Sharon Goodson

1982-04-28

Professional boxer George Foreman (33) weds Andrea Skeete

1985-03-25

Professional boxer George Foreman (35) weds Mary Martelly

1985-10-09

NBA guard George Gervin (33) weds Joyce King in Bexar County, Texas

1989-12-15

Actor and director George Clooney (28) weds actress Talia Balsam (30) in Las Vegas

1991-02-15

Baseball superstar George Brett (37) weds Leslie Davenport in Manhattan Beach, California

1993-07-28

Pink Floyd vocalist George Roger Waters (49) weds Pricilla Phillips

1999-01-23

Princess of Monaco Caroline (42) weds dynastic head of the House of Hanover and Britain's King George I descendant Prince Ernst August (45) in Monaco

1999-06-19

Earl of Wessex Prince Edward (35) weds Sophie Rhys-Jones (34) at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle

2001-11-20

ABC News political analyst George Stephanopoulos (40) weds actress Alexandra Wentworth (36) at Greek Orthodox Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Manhattan

2004-06-20

Former Dallas Cowboys running back Eddie George (30) weds R&B group "SWV" member Tamara Johnson (33) at the Rockleigh Country Club in Rockleigh, New Jersey

2008-05-10

President George W. Bush's daughter Jenna Bush (26) weds Henry Hager (30) at the Bush family ranch in Texas

2008-09-14

Actor George Takei (68) weds Brad Altman at Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles

2010-05-01

Actor-producer Seth Green (36) weds actress Clare Grant (30) at George Lucas's Skywalker Ranch in Nacasio, California

2011-11-11

Actor and comedian Kenan Thompson (33) weds model Christina Evangeline at George Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia

2012-01-14

Pink Floyd vocalist George Roger Waters (68) weds filmmaker Laurie Durning

2013-06-22

Star Wars creator George Lucas (69) weds Dreamworks Animation chairman Mellody Hobson (44) at Lucas' Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, California

2013-09-21

US billionaire investor and active supporter of liberal political causes George Soros (83) weds health care and education consultant Tamiko Bolton (42) at his estate in Bedford, New York

George - Notable Divorces

George ForemanFeb 13, 1974

George GervinOct 16, 1984

George - Divorces
Date Event
1974-02-13

Professional boxer George Foreman (25) divorces Adrienne Calhoun after almost 3 years of marriage

1977-06-09

George & Patti Harrison divorce

1979-08-03

Professional boxer George Foreman (30) divorces Cynthia Lewis after more than a year of marriage

1982-04-23

Professional boxer George Foreman (33) divorces Sharon Goodson after 7 months of marriage

1984-10-16

Joyce King divorces NBA guard George Gervin (32) after nearly 8 years of marriage

1985-02-04

Professional boxer George Foreman (35) divorces Andrea Skeete after almost 3 years of marriage

2011-07-01

Ann Serano Lopez divorces actor and talk show host George Lopez (49) due to irreconcilable differences

George - Notable Deaths

George IJun 11, 1727

HandelApr 14, 1759

George MasonOct 7, 1792

George WashingtonDec 14, 1799

George Armstrong CusterJun 25, 1876

George McClellanOct 29, 1885

George BancroftJan 17, 1891

George WestinghouseMar 12, 1914

George Leigh MalloryJun 8, 1924

William George BarkerMar 12, 1930

George EastmanMar 14, 1932

George VJan 20, 1936

George M CohanNov 5, 1942

PattonDec 21, 1945

George OrwellJan 21, 1950

George HainsworthOct 9, 1950

George Bernard ShawNov 2, 1950

George Machine Gun KellyJul 18, 1954

George ReevesJun 16, 1959

George MarshallOct 16, 1959

George BalanchineApr 30, 1983

George HalasOct 31, 1983

George GallupJul 26, 1984

George MurphyMay 3, 1992

George WaldApr 12, 1997

John F. Kennedy JrJul 16, 1999

George HarrisonNov 29, 2001

George MikanJun 1, 2005

George SteinbrennerJul 13, 2010

George - Deaths
Date Event
303-04-23

Saint George, Greek officer in the Roman army, beheaded. Patron saint of many lands including England

1471-03-22

George van Podiebrad, king of Bohemia (1458-71), dies

1476-06-08

George Neville, English archbishop and statesman

1484-08-12

George of Trebizond, Greek philosopher (b. 1395)

1536-05-17

George Boleyn, 2nd Viscount Rochford, English brother of Anna Boleyn, beheaded after being tried and convicted for high treason and incest at 32

1539-04-17

George, Duke of Saxony (b. 1471)

1540-02-02

George Schenck van Toutenburg, gov/viceroy of Frisia/Groningen

1545-01-16

George Spalatin, German reformer (b. 1484)

1545-07-19

George Carew, English admiral, drowns

1546-03-01

George Wishart, Scottish religious reformer (martyred) (b 1513)

1566-02-03

George Cassander, Flemish theologian (b. 1513)

1577-10-07

George Gascoigne, English poet

1582-09-28

George Buchanan, Scottish historian (b. 1506)

1590-11-18

George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, English statesman (b. 1528)

1603-09-08

George Carey, 2nd Baron Hunsdon, English politician (b. 1547)

1624-02-12

George Heriot, Scottish goldsmith and philanthropist (b. 1563)

1628-08-23

George Viliers, 1st duke of Buckingham, assassinated by Felton at 36

1632-04-15

George Calvert, Proprietor of the Avalon (Maryland) Colony (b. 1580)

1633-03-01

George Herbert, English poet, dies at 39

1633-08-04

George Abbott, English theologist/archbishop of Canterbury, dies at 60

1634-05-12

George Chapman, English dramatist/interpreter, dies

1636-06-13

George Gordon, 1st Marquess of Huntly, Scottish politician (b. 1562)

1639-01-24

George Jenatsch, Grisons leader, assassinated

1648-02-02

George Abbot, English writer

1667-05-02

George Wither, English writer (b. 1588)

1670-01-03

George Monck, English general(-to the-sea), dies at 61

1677-05-20

George Digby, 2nd Earl of Bristol, British statesman (b. 1612)

1684-08-08

George Booth, 1st Baron Delamer (b. 1622)

1687-04-16

George Villiers 2nd duke of Buckingham, dies at 59

1689-04-18

George Jeffreys, 1st Baron Jeffreys of Wem/infamous judge, dies

1691-01-13

George Fox, founder of Quakers, dies at 66

1691-02-01

George Etherege, English stage writer (Love in a Tub), dies at 56

1695-04-05

George Savile, 1st marquis of Halifax, dies at 61

1707-04-29

George Farquhar, Irish dramatist (b. 1678)

1707-09-15

George Stepney, English poet and diplomat (b. 1663)

1708-10-28

Prince George of Denmark, Consort of Queen Anne of England (b. 1653)

1709-01-24

George Rooke, English admiral (b. 1650)

1715-12-15

George Hickes, English linguist (Old German Philology), dies at 73

1716-06-28

George FitzRoy, 1st Duke of Northumberland, English general (b. 1665)

1719-09-27

George Smalridge, English Bishop of Bristol (b. 1662)

1727-06-10

George Ludwig, German monarch of Hannover/king of England, dies at 67

1727-06-11

King George I of Great Britain (b. 1660)

1737-01-29

George Hamilton, 1st Earl of Orkney, British soldier (b. 1666)

1738-03-16

George Bähr, German architect (Frauenkirche, Dresden), dies at 72

1739-09-03

George Lillo, English dramatist (Fatal Curiosity), dies at 46

1739-09-04

George Lillo, In the Toils of the Temptress

1748-03-14

George Wade, British military leader (b. 1673)

1751-03-20

Frederick Louis, English prince of Wales/son of George I, dies

1753-03-12

George Berkeley, philosopher/bishop (Cloyne), dies on 68th birthday

1756-07-24

George Vertue, engraver, dies

1758-07-06

George Howe, 3rd Viscount Howe, British general

1759-04-14

George Frideric Handel, Baroque composer and organist (Water Music), dies at 74

1759-04-14

George Frideric Handel, The Social Network

1760-04-10

Gerard George Clifford, head of East-Indian Company, dies at 75

1760-10-25

George II (August), king of Great Britain (1727-60), dies at 76

1762-07-28

George Dodington, 1st Baron Melcombe, English politician (b. 1691)

1763-05-03

George Psalmanazar, British impostor (b. 1679)

1764-03-17

George Parker, English astronomer, dies

1765-10-31

Duke of Cumberland, English politician/uncle of George III, dies

1765-11-30

George Glas, British merchant and adventurer (b. 1725)

1768-02-08

George Dance the Elder, English architect (b. 1695)

1770-09-30

George Whitefield, English-born Methodist leader (b. 1714)

1770-11-13

George Grenville, British premier (1763-65)/Stamp Act, dies at 58

1771-06-08

George Montague-Dunk, 2nd Earl of Halifax, English statesman (b. 1716)

1771-09-17

Tobias George Smollett, novelist (Adv of Roderick Random), dies at 50

1772-03-11

George Reuter, composer, dies at 63

1773-07-23

George Edwards, English naturalist (b. 1693)

1773-08-22

George Lyttelton, English writer and politician (b. 1709)

1776-06-27

Thomas Hickey, plan to hand George Washington to British, executed

1777-05-11

George Pigot, Baron Pigot, British governor of Madras (b. 1719)

1779-07-14

George Ross, US judge/signer (Declaration of Independence), dies at 49

1781-02-23

George Taylor, American signer of the Declaration of Independence (bc. 1716)

1785-08-26

George Germain, 1st Viscount Sackville, British soldier and politician (b. 1716)

1789-08-25

Mary Ball Washington, mother of George, dies

1792-04-03

George Pocock, British admiral (b. 1706)

1792-05-24

George Brydges, 1st baron Rodney/admiral, dies

1792-10-07

George Mason, American statesman (advocated for the Bill of Rights), dies of natural causes at 66

1794-08-14

George Colman, the Elder, playwright, dies

1796-07-16

George Howard, British field marshal (b. 1718)

1796-09-22

George Wilhelm Gruber, composer, dies on 67th birthday

1798-05-10

George Vancouver, British explorer, (Voyage of Discovery), dies at 40

1798-09-21

George Read, US judge/signer (Decl of Independence), dies at 65

1799-12-14

George Washington, 1st president USA (1789-97), dies at 66

1799-12-14

George Washington,

1804-02-02

George Walton, Signer of the Declaration of Independence (b. 1749-50)

1806-03-23

George Frederic Pinto, composer, dies at 20

1806-06-08

George Wythe, US attorney (signed Decl of Indep), dies at about 79

1806-07-10

George Stubbs, British painter (b. 1724)

1807-09-14

George Townshend, 1st Marquess Townshend, British field marshal (b. 1724)

1808-05-05

Pierre Jean George Cabanis, French physiologist (b. 1757)

1812-04-20

George Clinton, 4th US VP, dies at 73 1st VP to, die in office

1813-01-23

George Clymer, US merchant (signed Decl of Independence), dies at 73

1814-05-06

George Joseph Vogler, composer, dies at 64

1818-02-13

George Rogers Clark, American military leader (b. 1752)

1820-01-29

King George III of the United Kingdom (b. 1738). Reigned 1760-1820.

1822-11-18

George Knowil Jackson, composer, dies at 65

1823-01-05

Major George Johnston, Lieutenant-Governor of New South Wales (b. 1764)

1824-04-19

George Gorden Noel "Lord" Byron, poet, dies at 36

1825-01-14

George Dance the Younger, English architect (b. 1741)

1825-02-16

George Gerson, composer, dies at 34

1827-08-08

George Canning, British minister of Foreign affairs, dies at 57

1829-04-30

George Washington Adams, son of John Q Adams, dies on City Is NYC

1831-09-10

George Guest, composer, dies at 60

1831-12-11

John George Schetky, composer, dies at 55

1832-02-03

George Crabbe, English vicar/poet (Borough), dies at 77

1837-03-29

Maria Fitzherbert, morganatic wife of King George IV, dies

1840-03-30

George (Beau) Brummell, Dandy, dies

1845-03-19

George Augustus Kollmann, composer, dies at 56

1847-07-01

George F Kersting, German painter, dies at 61

1848-08-12

George Stephenson, locomotive engineer, dies

1849-10-16

George Washington Williams, 1st major black historian, dies

1851-03-11

George McDuffie, Governor of South Carolina (b. 1790)

1852-01-22

George Rodwell, composer, dies at 51

1858-08-14

George Combe, phrenologist, dies

1858-11-08

George Peacock, English Mathematician, dies at 67

1859-08-10

George Staunton, writer

1861-12-14

George HG earl of Aberdeen, Engl Minister of Foreign affairs, dies at 76

1861-12-26

Philip St George Cocke, Confederate brig-gen, commits suicide at 52

1862-04-09

George W Johnson, US planter/Confederate (gov-Ky), dies at about 50

1862-08-31

George William Taylor, US Union brig-general, dies in battle

1862-10-16

George Burgwyn Anderson, US Confederate brig-general, dies at 31

1862-12-14

George Dashiell Bayard, Union Brigadier General, dies at 27

1863-07-03

George Hull Ward, American general (b. 1826)

1863-07-30

George Crockett Strong, US Union gen-mjr, dies of injuries at 29

1864-06-01

Solomon George Washington Dill, poor white ally of blacks, assassinated in his home by white terrorists in SC

1864-06-02

George Pierce Doles, US businessman/Confed brig-general, dies at 34

1864-06-19

George Lincoln Prescott, US Union brig-gen, dies of injuries

1864-12-08

George Boole, British inventor of Boolean algebra (b. 1815)

1865-07-30

George Wright, US Union brig-general, dies at 61

1866-08-22

George Shillibeer, pioneer of London's 1st bus service, dies

1866-12-01

George Everest, Welsh surveyor and namesake of Mt. Everest (d. 1790)

1867-02-23

George Thomas Smart, composer, dies at 90

1868-07-24

George Cattermole, painter/illustrator, dies

1869-11-04

George Peabody, American-British entrepreneur and philanthropist who founded the Peabody Trust and the Peabody Institute, dies at 74

1870-03-28

George Henry Thomas, American general (b. 1816)

1872-12-23

George Catlin, A Man Called Horse

1873-01-18

Edward George Bulwer-Lytton, English author (b. 1803)

1873-01-18

Edward George Bulwer-Lytton, The Last Days of Pompeii

1873-05-20

Sir George-Étienne Cartier, French-Canadian statesman (b. 1814)

1873-10-09

George Ormerod, English historian and antiquarian (b. 1785)

1874-08-27

Johan George Schwartze, painter, dies

1875-01-03

George Bizet, composer, dies

1875-07-30

George Pickett, American Confederate general (b. 1825)

1876-04-27

George L. Aiken, Uncle Tom's Cabin

1876-06-07

George Sand, writer, dies at 71

1876-06-08

George Sand, French author (Indiana, Consuelo), dies at 71

1876-06-08

George Sand, Jutrzenka

1876-06-25

Boston Custer, brother of George Custer, dies at Little Bighorn

1876-06-25

George Armstrong Custer, US General, dies at the Battle of Little Bighorn aged 36

1876-06-25

Thomas W Custer, brother of George Custer, dies at Little Bighorn

1876-08-19

George Smith, English Archaeologist and assyriologist (cuneiform script), dies of fever at 36

1878-02-01

George Cruikshank, English illustrator (Grimm), dies at 85

1878-03-27

George Gilbert Scott, architect, dies

1878-06-23

George Backing, English sea officer/explorer (B's River), dies at 81

1878-07-28

George Law Curry, Newspaper publisher and Governor of Oregon (b. 1820)

1879-01-22

George Shepstone, British political affiliate, dies in battle

1880-06-29

George W Vreede, lawyer/politician, dies

1880-12-22

George Eliot [Mary Anne Evans], Victorian novelist (Adam Bede), dies on 61st birthday

1880-12-22

George Eliot, Middlemarch

1881-02-27

George Colley, British governor of Natal/general, dies in battle at 46

1881-04-16

George William Martin, composer, dies at 56

1881-07-26

George Borrow, writer, dies

1881-10-31

George Washington De Long, American Arctic Explorer, dies during his disastrous expedition to the North Pole at 37

1882-04-17

George Jennings Sanitary engineer (b. 1810)

1883-10-22

George Coulthard, cricketer (Test for Australia 1882), dies

1884-09-15

George Leybourne, George of the Jungle

1885-01-26

Charles George Gordon, Brit gov-gen (Sudan), executed at 51

1885-10-29

George McClellan, Union army major general, dies of a heart attack at 58

1887-10-07

George James Webb, composer, dies at 84

1887-10-07

George J. Webb, The Firestorm

1887-10-31

George Alexander Macfarren, composer, dies at 74

1891-01-17

George Bancroft, American historian and father of U.S. History, dies at 90

1891-03-29

Georges Seurat, Sunday in the Park with George

1891-06-23

George Parr, cricketer (Nottinghamshire & All-England), dies

1891-08-04

George Washington Williams, historian (History of Negro), dies at 41

1892-01-02

George B Airy, English astronomer/writer, dies at 90

1893-02-01

George Henry Sanderson, Mayor of San Francisco (b. 1824)

1893-05-04

George Washington Hewitt, composer, dies at 82

1893-07-09

George Christopher Cato, Natal pioneer and first mayor of Durban South Africa, dies at 79

1893-11-16

George Alexander Osborne, composer, dies at 87

1893-12-09

George Elvey, composer, dies at 77

1894-08-03

George Inness, US landscape painter (Delaware Water Gap), dies at 69

1895-04-19

George Scharf, critic, dies

1895-08-06

George Frederick Root, composer, dies at 74

1895-08-06

George Frederick Root, Lincoln

1896-10-08

George L. Du Maurier, Svengali

1896-11-22

George Washington Gale Ferris, inventor (Ferris wheel), dies

1897-04-08

George Garrett, composer, dies at 62

1897-10-19

George Pullman, American inventor and industrialist (b. 1831)

1897-11-17

George Hendric Houghton, American Protestant Episcopal clergyman (b. 1820)

1898-03-01

George Bruce Malleson, English officer in India, author (b. 1825)

1898-05-10

George Müller, Heaven and Earth

1898-06-18

George Ulyett, cricketer (949 runs 50 wkts for England 25 Tests), dies

1898-11-02

George Goyder, English-born surveyor-general of South Australia (b. 1826)

1898-12-13

George Frederick Bristow, composer, dies at 72

1899-02-11

George Morgan, 1st English motorist to die in an motor accident, dies

1900-01-03

Edwin George Monk, composer, dies at 80

1900-02-16

George Labram, US mine engineer in South Africa, dies in battle

1900-04-24

George J D Campbell, Brit min of Indies (1868-74, 80-85), dies at 76

1901-02-21

George Francis FitzGerald, Irish mathematician (b. 1851)

1901-06-02

George Leslie Mackay, Canadian missionary (b. 1844)

1901-12-01

George Lohmann, cricketer (in South Africa 18 Tests, 112 wickets), dies

1902-03-17

George William Warren, composer, dies at 73

1902-08-10

George Vernon, cricketer (scored 11* & 3 in only England Test), dies

1903-02-01

George G Stokes, British physicist/pres Royal Society, dies at 83

1903-03-05

George Francis Robert Henderson, British soldier (b. 1854)

1903-06-22

George White, black resident of Delaware, lynched

1903-12-28

George [Robert] Gissing, English novelist, dies at 46

1903-12-28

George Gissing, The Turning Point

1904-01-05

George Francis Train, Train vs. Donovan

1904-01-30

George A. Minor, Just Cause

1904-03-17

Prince George, Duke of Cambridge at the Richmond Horse Show

1904-06-01

George Frederic Watts, Hope

1905-01-13

George Thorn, Premier of Queensland (b. 1838)

1905-09-18

George MacDonald, sci-fi author (Princess & Curdie), dies at 80

1905-09-18

George MacDonald, The Princess and the Goblin

1908-01-06

George Dixon, Reproduction of the McGovern and Dixon Fight

1909-03-16

George Thorndike Angell, lawyer (ASPCA), dies at 85

1909-05-18

George Meredith, English poet/writer (Diana of Crossways), dies at 81

1909-05-18

George Meredith, The Ordeal of Richard Feverel

1909-11-10

George Essex Evans, Australian poet (b. 1863)

1910-06-09

George Newnes, Antarctic Expedition: Sir George Newnes' Farewell to Officers and Crew

1910-08-22

George Palmer, cricketer (17 Tests for Aust 1880-86, 78 wickets), dies

1911-04-13

George Washington Glick, American politician (b. 1827)

1911-07-05

George J Stoney, Irish physicist, dies at 85

1912-03-01

George Grossmith, English actor and comic writer (b. 1847)

1912-03-01

George Grossmith, The Diary of a Nobody: The Domestic Jottings of a City Clerk

1912-06-27

George Bonnor, cricketer (once ran three before he was caught), dies

1912-12-07

George Darwin, theorized Moon was pulled out of Pacific Ocean, dies

1913-03-18

George I, king of Greece (1861-1913), assassinated by Schinas at 67

1913-03-18

King George of Greece, The King of Greece in the City

1914-03-12

George Westinghouse, US engineer (Westinghouse Electric), dies at 67

1914-04-16

George W Hill, US astronomer (moon orbit), dies at 76

1914-08-23

George A Pogson, British consul in Puerto Rico, dies

1915-02-25

George Mimot, physician (Nobel-1934), dies

1915-07-18

George William Louis Marshall-Hall, composer, dies at 53

1915-08-09

George Fitch, Those Were the Days!

1916-01-21

George Musgrove, Nell Gwynne

1916-02-23

George Clement Martin, composer, dies at 71

1916-08-05

George Sainton Kaye Butterworth, composer, dies at 31

1916-11-03

George Elwell, The Raiders

1916-11-14

Henry George, Jr., American politician (b. 1862)

1917-01-16

George Dewey, U.S. admiral (b. 1837)

1917-01-16

George Dewey, Admiral Dewey Landing at Gibraltar

1918-01-24

George Arthur Crump, Founder of the Pine Valley Golf Club in Clementon NJ (b. 1871)

1918-03-15

George Alexander, Masks and Faces

1918-05-09

George Coşbuc, Romanian poet (b. 1866)

1918-09-12

George Reid, fourth Prime Minister of Australia (b. 1845)

1918-10-27

George Binns, The Camera Cure

1918-11-11

George Lawrence Price, Canadian soldier, last person to be killed in W.W.I. (b. 1892)

1918-12-28

George H White, last post Reconstruction congressman (Penn), dies

1919-01-18

John C F, son of English king George V, dies at 13

1919-05-02

George Gebhardt, An Awful Moment

1920-08-02

George W. Anson, The President's Special

1920-11-10

A.E. George, Brigadier Gerard

1920-12-14

George Gipp, American football player (b. 1895)

1921-01-22

Captain George Streeter, American riverboat captain and circus owner (b. 1837)

1921-02-08

George Formby (Senior), English entertainer (b. 1876)

1921-02-08

George Formby Sr., No Fool Like an Old Fool

1921-06-20

George Loane Tucker, Traffic in Souls

1921-06-23

George Cochran Hazelton, The Raven

1922-07-22

George Thorne, Highlights from The Mikado

1922-09-04

George R. Sims, Lady Letmere's Jewellery

1922-10-24

George Cadbury, British chocolate and cocoa manufacturer (b. 1839)

1922-10-29

George August Lumbye, composer, dies at 79

1922-11-20

George Bronson Howard, The Further Adventures of Yorke Norroy

1922-11-30

George Auger,

1922-12-31

George Hernandez, Flapjacks

1923-04-05

George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon, English financier (b. 1866)

1923-04-05

George Edward Stanhope Molyneux Herbert 5th Earl of Carnarvon,

1923-06-05

George H Breitner, impressionist painter, dies at 65

1923-07-14

George Hale, When a Man Loves

1923-09-14

George A. Norton, No Direction Home: Bob Dylan

1923-10-14

George Elbridge Whiting, composer, dies at 83

1924-02-26

George Randolph Chester, Dead Men Tell No Tales

1924-04-24

George Street, English cricket wicket keeper (1 Test 1923), dies

1924-06-08

George Leigh Mallory, English mountain climber (climbing accident) (b. 1886)

1924-06-08

George Mallory, The Epic of Everest

1924-08-05

George Majeroni, My Lady Incog.

1925-02-21

George S. Trimble, The Man Who Stood Still

1925-03-09

George Field, Blood and Sand

1925-03-20

George N Curzon, British Foreign minister (1919-22), dies at 66

1925-04-25

George Stephanescu, composer, dies at 81

1926-01-31

George V. Hobart, The White Sister

1927-09-20

George Nichols, actor (His Favorite Pastime, Star Boarder), dies at 62

1927-11-29

George Giffen, cricketer (251 FC games, 11758 runs, 1023 wkts), dies

1928-01-21

George Goethals, American army engineer (b. 1858)

1928-06-22

George Siegmann, actor (Birth of Nation, Queen of Sheba), dies at 46

1928-06-22

George Siegmann, The Birth of a Nation

1928-10-05

George Beban, His Sweetheart

1928-10-23

George Barr McCutcheon, Brewster's Millions

1928-10-30

Oscar George Theodore Sonneck, composer, dies at 55

1929-05-13

George Stallings, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1929-05-29

George Thompson, Why Bring That Up?

1930-01-20

George LeMaire, Barbers' College

1930-03-12

William George Barker, Canadian fighter ace (Victoria Cross recipient), dies in a training accident at 35

1930-03-12

William George Barker,

1930-06-11

George Alexander, cricketer (two early Tests for Australia), dies

1930-07-02

George Tulley, Jimmy

1930-07-14

George Stillwell, In the Name of the Prince of Peace

1931-04-04

George Whitefield Chadwick, composer, dies at 76

1931-07-12

George Westmore, The Nut

1931-07-16

George S. Dougherty, The Line-Up at Police Headquarters

1931-10-13

George Kuwa, Moran of the Lady Letty

1932-02-22

George MacFarlane, Half Shot at Sunrise

1932-03-14

George Eastman, US industrialist (Kodak-camera), shoots himself in the heart at 77

1932-03-14

George Eastman, Cannibals of the South Seas

1932-03-24

George Robert Canning, cricketer (the 4th Lord Harris), dies

1932-08-18

George Neville, Way Down East

1932-12-24

George Lipschultz, She Wanted a Millionaire

1933-01-21

George A. Moore, Irish novelist (b. 1852)

1933-01-21

George Moore, Albert Nobbs

1933-04-06

Elizabeth Bacon Custer, wife of George Armstrong Custer (b. 1842)

1933-04-20

George Berrell, Uncle John's Money

1933-06-02

George D. Baker, Heliotrope

1933-07-13

George Kotsonaros, The Shakedown

1933-09-16

George Gore, baseball player (b. 1857)

1933-12-04

Stefan George, German poet (Das neue Reich), dies at 65

1933-12-19

George Jackson Churchward, GWR Chief mechanical engineer. (b. 1857)

1934-04-15

George A. Billings, Hands Up!

1934-08-10

George W. Hill, The Big House

1934-09-10

George Henschel, composer, dies at 84

1934-12-24

George Wylie Paul Hunt, A Western Governor's Humanity

1935-01-06

George P Baker, US playwright (Dramatic Technique), dies at 68

1935-01-06

George Pierce Baker, The Eve of the Revolution

1935-04-21

George Farren, The Cinderella Man

1935-05-15

George De Carlton, Tony's Sacrifice

1935-06-06

George Grossmith, The Time Machine

1935-07-17

George William Russell, Irish nationalist, poet and artist (b. 1867)

1936-01-08

George Morgan, The Hurricane Express

1936-01-14

George Alison, A Daughter of Pan

1936-01-20

George V, King of Britain (1910-36), dies at 70

1936-01-20

King George V, Cambridgeshire Race Meet

1936-01-26

George W. Wickersham, Hoover Board's Dry Law Stirs Nation