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Hall - Notable Historical Events

James IAug 7, 1606

HandelApr 13, 1742

Cyrus Hall McCormickJun 21, 1834

TchaikovskyMay 5, 1891

William Howard TaftJun 17, 1915

HitlerNov 8, 1923

Ty CobbSep 3, 1928

Lou GehrigDec 7, 1939

Duke EllingtonJan 23, 1943

Billie HolidayMar 27, 1948

Gloria SwansonAug 10, 1950

Honus WagnerFeb 16, 1952

Hank GreenbergJan 26, 1956

Miles DavisNov 22, 1957

Oscar RobertsonJan 9, 1958

Jackie RobinsonJan 23, 1962

Bob DylanSep 22, 1962

Glenn HallNov 7, 1962

Jim ThorpeJan 29, 1963

Frank MahovlichMar 3, 1968

Roy CampanellaJan 22, 1969

Yogi BerraJan 19, 1972

Gordie HoweAug 24, 1972

Roberto ClementeMar 20, 1973

Elgin BaylorJun 28, 1973

cool papaFeb 13, 1974

Mickey MantleAug 12, 1974

Ernie BanksJan 19, 1977

Woody AllenApr 20, 1977

Elton JohnOct 1, 1977

Diane KeatonApr 3, 1978

Willie MaysJan 23, 1979

Hank AaronJan 13, 1982

Arthur AsheMar 21, 1985

Nancy LopezJul 7, 1985

Elvis PresleyJan 23, 1986

B.B. KingJan 21, 1987

Muddy WatersJan 21, 1987

Guy LafleurSep 7, 1988

Johnny BenchJan 9, 1989

Lenny WilkensFeb 10, 1989

Pete RoseJan 9, 1991

Dave CowensFeb 7, 1991

Scotty BowmanMar 27, 1991

Denis PotvinJun 21, 1991

William ShatnerApr 15, 1992

Reggie JacksonJan 5, 1993

Bill WaltonMay 10, 1993

Mike SchmidtJan 8, 1995

Michael JacksonMay 6, 1997

Seve BallesterosSep 18, 1997

Mario LemieuxNov 17, 1997

Grant FuhrNov 2, 2003

Pat LaFontaineNov 3, 2003

John ElwayAug 8, 2004

Oscar PetersonJun 8, 2007

Jerry RiceAug 7, 2010

Ed SabolFeb 5, 2011

Joe SakicNov 12, 2012

Cat StevensDec 17, 2013

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Hall - Historical Events
Date Event
1419-07-30

First defenestration of Prague: anti-Catholic Hussites, followers of executed reformer Jan Hus, storm the Prague town hall and throw the judge, mayor and several city council members (either 7 or 13) out the windows. They all either died in the fall or were killed by the crowd outside.

1606-08-07

Possible first performance of Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth performed in the Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace for King James I.

1652-07-06

Fire on Dutch Dam (Amsterdam's city hall burns)

1742-04-13

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

1742-09-24

Faneuil Hall, Boston, opens to public

1743-03-14

1st American town meeting (Boston's Faneuil Hall)

1756-09-22

Nassau Hall opens at Princeton University

1774-09-05

1st Continental Congress assembles at Carpenters' Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1786-06-08

Commercially made icecream 1st advertised (Mr Hall, NYC)

1787-05-06

1st Black Masonic Lodge (African # 459) forms Prince Hall, Boston

1789-04-06

1st US Congress begins regular sessions, Federal Hall, NYC

1793-04-29

Cornerstone laid for Groningen's new town hall

1812-09-03

World's first cannery ( Donkin, Hall and Gamble) opens in London, England to supply food to the Royal Navy

1834-06-21

American inventor and businessman Cyrus Hall McCormick patents the reaping machine

1843-03-14

Boston conducts its 1st town meeting (Faneuil Hall)

1849-05-27

The Great Hall of Euston station in London is opened.

1850-07-23

17th Postmaster General: Nathan K Hall of NY takes office

1853-04-19

Netherlands Van Hall government forms

1861-02-23

Dutch Premier Floris A van Hall resigns

1864-07-02

Statuary Hall in US Capitol forms

1867-05-20

Royal Albert Hall of Arts & Sciences foundation laid by Queen Victoria

1868-02-10

Conservatives & military seize Convention Hall in Florida

1871-03-29

Royal Albert Hall opened by Queen Victoria in London

1871-04-10

William Hammond Hall's maps & surveys of Golden Gate Park accepted

1871-10-27

Boss Tweed (William Macy Tweed), Democratic leader of Tammany Hall, arrested after NY Times exposed his corruption

1872-05-10

Victoria Woodhull becomes 1st woman nominated for US presidency by Equal Rights Party at Apollo Hall, NYC

1872-06-18

Woman's Suffrage Convention held at Merchantile Liberty Hall

1873-11-19

William Marcy "Boss" Tweed, of Tammany Hall (NYC) convicted of defrauding city of $6M, sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment

1875-12-04

William Marcy "Boss" Tweed (NYC-Tammany Hall) escapes from jail

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)

1877-08-11

Asaph Hall discovers Mars's moon Deimos

1877-08-17

Asaph Hall discovers Mars' moon Phobos

1883-02-10

Fire at un-insured New Hall Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, kills 71

1883-06-16

The Victoria Hall theatre panic in Sunderland, England kills 183 children

1891-05-05

Music Hall (Carnegie Hall) opens in NY, Tchaikovsky as guest conductor

1892-11-10

1st CRU championship game: Osgoode Hall defeats Montreal, 45-5

1893-12-15

Dvoráks "From the New World" premieres at Carnegie Hall NYC

1895-08-10

1st Queen's Hall Promenade Concerto (Wagners "Rienzi")

1896-04-23

Vitascope system of movie projection 1st shown at Koster & Bial's Music Hall (NYC)

1896-04-25

Fight in Central Dance Hall starts fire (Cripple Creek Colorado)

1899-07-01

SF City Hall turned over to city, after 29 years of building

1900-03-05

American Hall of Fame founded

1901-05-30

Hall of Fame for Great American on NYU campus dedicated

1905-02-17

Frances Willard becomes 1st women honored in National Statuary Hall

1906-07-15

Republic museum opens Rembrandt hall in Amsterdam

1908-03-08

Dutch utopist Frederick of Eden speaks in Carnegie Hall, NY

1915-06-17

The League to Enforce Peace is organised at Independence Hall in Philadelphia with William Howard Taft as president; its program anticipates the League of Nations

1915-12-28

SF City Hall dedicated by Mayor James Rolph

1919-07-19

Following Peace Day celebrations marking the end of World War I, ex-servicemen rioted and burnt down Luton Town Hall.

1919-10-26

Edward Elgar's Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85, his last notable work, premieres in Queen's Hall London

1920-09-01

New town hall of Rotterdam opens

1923-11-08

Hitler stages unsuccessful "Beer Hall Putsch" in Muenchen (Munich)

1923-11-09

Beer Hall Putsch-Nazis fail to overthrow government, 16 die/Hitler flees

1924-02-12

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

1927-01-01

Dodgers announce release of future Hall of Fame Zack Wheat

1928-05-24

Record 12 future Hall of Famers take the field, as Yanks beat A's 9-7

1928-09-03

Baseball Hall of Famer Ty Cobb got his 4,191th & final career hit

1932-12-27

Radio City Music Hall opens (NYC)

1933-03-02

"King Kong," premieres at Radio City Music Hall & RKO Roxy NYC

1934-02-22

"It Happened One Night," opens at NY's Radio City Music Hall

1936-01-29

1st players elected to Baseball Hall of Fame: Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson & Walter Johnson

1937-01-19

Cy Young, Tris Speaker & Nap Lajorie elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1938-01-10

Eduard van Beinum becomes world's 1st conductor at Concert Hall

1938-01-16

1st jazz concert was held at Carnegie Hall (Benny Goodman)

1938-01-18

Pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander is elected to Hall of Fame

1938-09-13

Alexander Cartwright selects to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1939-01-24

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

1939-01-26

Federal Hall National Monument established

1939-06-12

Baseball Hall of Fame opens in Cooperstown NY

1939-12-07

Lou Gehrig, 36, is elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1940-04-23

Dance hall fires kills 198 (Natchez Miss)

1941-04-09

PGA establishes Golf Hall of Fame

1942-01-04

Rogers Hornsby is 14th player selected to the Hall of Fame

1942-11-08

Hitler proclaims fall of Stalingrad from Munich beer hall

1943-01-23

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

1943-07-02

Lt Charles Hall becomes 1st black pilot to shoot down a Nazi plane

1944-11-05

German troops blow-up Heusden North Brabant city hall, 134 die

1945-01-10

No one is elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

1945-01-27

Wally van Hall, "banker in defiance," arrested

1945-11-15

The rules are revised for election of modern players to the Hall of Fame

1946-04-24

11 players Tinker, Evers, Chance, Burkett, McCarthy, Waddell, Plank, Walsh, Chesbro, Griffith, & McGinnity are named to Hall of Fame

1947-09-29

Dizzy Gillespie presented his 1st Carnegie Hall concert in NY

1948-03-27

Just 11 days after being released from prison, Billie Holiday plays in front of a sold-out crowd at Carnegie Hall

1949-05-05

Tiger 2nd baseman Charlie Gehringer selected to Hall of Fame

1950-02-16

Writers fail to elect anyone to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1950-08-10

"Sunset Boulevard", starring William Holden and Gloria Swanson, premieres at Radio City Music Hall

1951-01-26

Mel Ott & Jimmie Foxx elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1951-02-16

SF City Hall dome fire

1951-05-03

Royal Festival Hall opens in London

1952-01-31

Harry Heilmann & Paul Waner elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1952-02-16

Hall of Famer Honus Wagner, 77, retires; Pirates retire his #33

1953-07-27

Dizzy Dean, Al Simmons Chief Bender, Bobby Wallace, Harry Wright, Ed Barrow, & Bill Klem & Tom Connolly are inducted into Hall of Fame

1954-08-05

Boxing Hall of Fame's 1st election selects 24 modern & 15 pioneers

1955-09-17

Future Hall of Famer Oriole Brooks Robinson goes 2-4 in his 1st game

1955-11-12

E Arcaro, E Sande & G Woolf 1st inductees in Jockey hall of fame

1956-01-26

Hank Greenberg & Joe Cronin are elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1956-07-23

Joe Cronin & Hank Greenberg inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame

1957-02-01

Gijsbert of Hall appointed mayor of Amsterdam

1957-02-08

SF Public Library's bookmobile initiated in front of City Hall

1957-11-22

Miles Davis Quintet debuts a jazz concert at Carnegie Hall in NY

1958-01-09

In basketball Oscar Robertson (Cin) scores 56, Seton Hall team 54

1958-02-04

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

1958-04-11

Brooks Hall in Civic Center dedicated (SF)

1958-11-28

Test Cricket debut for Wes Hall, v India at Bombay

1958-12-28

"The Greatest Game Ever Played", Baltimore Colts beat New York Giants 23-17 in the first every sudden-death overtime game in NFL history (17 future members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame were involved in the game)

1959-02-01

Zack Wheat unanimously elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1959-03-29

Wes Hall takes Pakistani cricket hat-trick at Lahore

1959-05-13

Kraft Music Hall with Milton Berle last airs on NBC-TV

1960-02-04

BBWAA voters fail to elect a new Hall of Fame member

1960-05-02

Harry Belafonte 2nd Carnegie Hall performance

1960-06-26

Hall of Fame allows veteran committee to vote annually

1960-08-31

Agricultural Hall of Fame forms

1961-03-01

Cellist Jacqueline du Prés debut in Wigmore Hall

1961-03-17

NY DA arrests professional gamblers who implicate Seton Hall players

1961-04-27

NFL officially recognizes Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio

1961-08-01

New SF Hall of Justice opens

1961-08-26

Official International Hockey Hall of Fame opens in Toronto

1962-01-07

Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to John Hall Wheelock

1962-01-23

Bob Feller & Jackie Robinson elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1962-01-24

Jackie Robinson is 1st Black elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1962-06-09

Tony Bennett debuts in concert at Carnegie Hall in NYC

1962-09-22

Bob Dylan plays NYC Carnegie Hall

1962-09-23

NY's Philharmonic Hall (since renamed Avery Fisher Hall) opens as 1st unit of Lincoln Center for Performing Arts

1962-11-07

Glenn Hall set NHL record of 503 consecutive games as goalie

1963-01-27

Sam Rice, Eppa Rixey, Elmer Flick, & John Clarkson elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1963-01-29

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

1963-06-19

Charter members of Canadian Football Hall of Fame chosen

1963-08-17

Oriole's Dick Hall retires his 28th consecutive player in relief

1963-09-07

Pro Football Hall of Fame dedicated in Canton Ohio

1963-09-28

"Nick Teen & Al K Hall" by Rolf Harris peaks at #95

1964-02-02

Red Faber, Burleigh Grimes, Tim Keefe, Heinie Manush, John Montgomery Ward, & Miller Huggins are selected to Hall of Fame

1964-02-12

Beatles 1st NYC concert (Carnegie Hall)

1964-02-17

101st member elected to baseball's hall of fame (Luke Appling)

1965-01-31

Pud Galvin elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1966-03-08

Casey Stengel elected to Hall of Fame

1966-07-25

Yankee manager Casey Stengel elected to Hall of Fame

1967-01-29

Branch Rickey & Lloyd Waner elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1967-02-16

Red Ruffing selected to Hall of Fame

1967-03-01

Queen Elizabeth Hall (South Bank Center) opens in London

1967-05-09

Gijsbert van Hall resigns as mayor of Amsterdam

1968-01-23

Joe Medwick elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1968-01-28

Goose Goslin & Kiki Cuyler elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1968-02-17

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Springfield Mass, opens

1968-03-03

In a blockbuster trade, the Toronto Maple Leafs send hall of fame forward Frank Mahovlich to the rival Detroit Red Wings

1968-04-18

San Francisco's Old Hall of Justice demolished

1968-10-09

About 2,000 students from Queen's University Belfast tried to march to Belfast City Hall in protest against 'police brutality' on 5 October in Derry; the march was blocked by loyalists led by Ian Paisley and after the demonstration, a student civil rights group—People's Democracy—was formed

1968-10-16

The People's Democracy (PD), formed on Oct 9, organise a march of 1,300 students from the Queen's University of Belfast to the City Hall in the centre of the city, Northern Ireland

1969-01-22

Roy Campanella & Stan Musial elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1969-02-02

Stan Coveleski & Waite Hoyt are voted into baseball Hall of Fame

1969-11-26

Cream's final concert (Royal Albert Hall)

1970-02-01

Ford Frick, Earle Combs & Jesse Haines elected to Hall of Fame

1970-02-17

Joni Mitchell's final concert (Royal Albert Hall)

1970-07-27

Expos beat White Sox 10-6 in the annual Hall of Fame game

1970-07-27

L Boudreau, Earle Combs, Ford Frick, & Jesse Haines enter Hall of Fame

1970-12-05

Stanley Cup, Conn Smythe Trophy & Bill Masterson trophy stolen from NHL hall of fame

1971-01-31

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

1971-02-04

Baseball announces a special hall of fame wing for blacks

1971-02-10

Royal Albert Hall bans scheduled concert featuring Frank Zappa

1971-03-27

The Alliance Party of Northern Ireland (APNI) holds its first Annual Conference in the Ulster Hall in Belfast

1971-08-09

Le Roy (Satchel) Paige inducted into baseball's Hall of Fame

1972-01-19

Sandy Koufax, Yogi Berra, & Early Wynn elected to Hall of Fame

1972-02-02

Lefty Gomez, Ross Youngs & William Harridge selected for Hall of Fame

1972-02-05

Bob Douglas is 1st African American elected to Basketball Hall of Fame

1972-02-08

Josh Gibson & Buck Leonard selected to Hall of Fame

1972-08-07

Hall of Fame inducts Berra, Sandy Koufax, Lefty Gomez & Early Wynn

1972-08-24

Gordie Howe & Jean Beliveau inducted in Hockey Hall of Fame

1972-09-28

David Bowie sells out his 1st show in NY Carnegie Hall

1973-01-24

Warren Spahn is elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1973-01-28

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

1973-02-01

Monte Irvin elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1973-03-20

Roberto Clemente elected to Hall of Fame, 11 weeks after his death

1973-06-28

Black Sports Hall of Fame forms: Paul Robeson, Elgin Baylor, Jesse Owens, Jim Brown, Wilma Rudolph, Joe Louis & Althea Gibson elected

1973-08-06

Roberto Clemente & Warren Spahn inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame

1974-01-28

Sam Thompson, Jim Bottomley, & Jocko Conlan elected to Hall of Fame

1974-02-13

James 'cool papa' Bell is named to baseball's Hall of Fame

1974-04-01

Pioneer Hall opens

1974-08-12

Yankees Mickey Mantle & Whitey Ford become 1st team mates inducted to hall of fame on same day

1974-12-18

SF Visitors Center at City Hall opens

1975-01-23

Ralph Kiner elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

1975-02-03

Billy Herman, Earl Averill, & Bucky Harris elected to Hall of Fame

1975-02-10

William "Judy" Johnson selected to baseball Hall of Fame

1975-09-01

5 Protestant civilians are killed and 7 were wounded in a Provisional Irish Republican Army gun attack on Tullyvallen Orange Hall near Newtownhamilton, County Armagh

1976-01-01

Liberty Bell moves to new home behind Independence Hall

1976-02-02

Roger Connor, Fred Lindstrom & ump Cal Hubbard elected to Hall of Fame

1976-02-09

Oscar Charleston selected to baseball's the Hall of Fame

1976-11-09

Oakland releases Billy Williams, ending his Hall of Fame career

1977-01-19

Ernie Banks elected to Hall of Fame

1977-01-30

Edward W Stack replaces Paul Kerr president of Hall of Fame

1977-01-31

Joe Sewell, Amos Rusie, & Al Lopez elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1977-02-03

Martin Dihigo John Lloyd elected to Hall of Fame

1977-04-20

Woody Allen's film "Annie Hall" premieres

1977-04-20

"Annie Hall", starring Woody Allen and Diane Keaton, is released

1977-10-01

Elton John honored by MSG Hall of Fame

1978-01-19

Eddie Mathews elected to Hall of Fame

1978-01-30

Addie Joss & Larry MacPhail elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1978-04-03

50th Academy Awards - "Annie Hall", Richard Dreyfuss & Diane Keaton win

1978-08-07

Eddie Mathews, Addie Joss, & Larry MacPhail inducted to Hall of Fame

1979-01-23

Willie Mays elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1979-03-07

Warren Giles & Hack Wilson selected to baseball Hall of Fame

1979-05-13

"Utter Glory... Morrissey Hall" opens & closes at Mark Hellinger NYC

1979-05-31

Radio City Music Hall (NYC) reopens

1979-07-21

National Women's Hall of Fame (Seneca Falls, NY) dedicated

1979-08-05

Willie Mays, Warren Giles, & Hack Wilson inducted in Hall of Fame

1979-10-07

Cleveland Browns' Dino Hall sets club records with 9 kickoff returns

1979-12-31

Winterland Rock Concert Hall in SF closes after 556 concerts

1980-08-03

Kaline, Snider, Klein, & Tom Yawkey inducted into Hall of Fame

1980-10-05

Formal opening of meditation hall of Zenshin Temple in Riverdale Bronx

1981-01-15

Bob Gibson elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1981-03-11

Johnny Mize & Rube Foster elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1982-01-13

Hank Aaron & Frank Robinson elected to Hall of Fame

1982-02-14

"Night of 100 Stars" takes place at NY's Radio City Music Hall

1982-03-10

Travis Jackson & Happy Chandler elected to Hall of Fame

1982-08-01

H Aaron, F Robinson, T Jackson, & H Chandler inducted in Hall of Fame

1983-01-12

Brooks Robinson & Juan Marichal elected to Hall of Fame

1983-03-10

Walter Alston, Dodgers manager, elected to Hall of Fame

1983-07-31

B Robinson, J Marichal, G Kell, & W Alston inducted into Hall of Fame

1983-09-22

Everly Brothers reunite after 10 years (Royal Albert Hall)

1984-01-10

Luis Aparicio, Harmon Killebrew, & D Drysdale elected to Hall of Fame

1984-03-04

Pee Wee Reese & Rick Ferrell elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1984-08-12

Harmon Killebrew, Rick Ferrell, Don Drysdale, Pee Wee Reese, & Luis Aparicio inducted into Hall of Fame

1985-01-07

Lou Brock & Hoyt Wilhelm, elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1985-03-06

Enos Slaughter & Arky Vaughan are elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1985-03-21

Arthur Ashe is named to Intl Tennis Hall of Fame

1985-07-07

Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Mazda Hall of Fame Golf Championship

1985-07-28

L Brock, Slaughter, A Vaughan, & H Wilhelm inducted into Hall of Fame

1985-08-05

Establishment of a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is announced

1986-01-08

Willie McCovey is 16th elected to Hall of Fame in his 1st year

1986-01-23

1st induction of Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame (Chuck Berry, James Brown, Ray Charles, Domino, Everly Bros, B Holly, J L Lewis & Elvis Presley)

1986-03-10

Ernie Lombardi, NL MVP in 1938, & Bobby Doerr, elected to Hall of Fame

1986-05-05

Hall of Fame & Museum announced to be built in Cleveland

1986-07-06

Amy Alcott wins LPGA Mazda Hall of Fame Golf Championship

1986-08-03

Willie McCovey, Bobby Doerr, & Ernie Lombardi inducted in Hall of Fame

1986-12-15

Carnegie Hall reopens after a $50 million facelift

1987-01-03

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inducts 1st female artist Aretha Franklin

1987-01-14

Catfish Hunter & Billy Williams are elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1987-01-21

B.B. King is inducted into the "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame"

1987-01-21

Muddy Waters is inducted into the "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame"

1987-03-03

Ray Dandridge, 3rd baseman in Negro Leagues, eleected to Hall of Fame

1987-06-08

Oliver North's secretary Fawn Hall tesifies at Iran-Contra hearing

1987-07-26

Catfish Hunter Billy Williams & Ray Dandridge inducted in Baseball Hall of Fame

1987-08-17

Mohammad Ali elected to "Ring" magazine's Boxing Hall of Fame

1988-01-12

Willie Stargell (Pitts Pirate), elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1988-06-11

"Everything Your Heart Desires" by Daryl Hall & John Oates peaks at #3

1988-07-31

Willie Stargell became 200th man inducted in Baseball's Hall of Fame

1988-09-07

Guy Lafleur, Tony Esposito & Brad Park inducted in NHL Hall of Fame

1989-01-09

Johnny Bench & Carl Yastrzemski elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1989-02-10

Celtic KC Jones & Cavalier Lenny Wilkens elected to NBA Hall of Fame

1989-02-28

Red Schoendienst & Al Barlick elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

1989-04-03

51st NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Mich beats Seton Hall 80-79 (OT)

1990-01-09

Jim Palmer & Joe Morgan elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1990-01-17

5th Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Awards: Bobby Darin

1990-01-17

Kinks inducted into Cleveland's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1990-02-27

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

1990-04-09

World's largest bunny hop at Radio City Music Hall (NYC)

1990-06-23

TV Guide selects Arsenio Hall as TV personality of year

1990-07-10

Andrew Dice Clay cries on Arsenio Hall Show

1990-08-05

Jim Palmer & Joe Morgan inducted into hall of fame

1990-11-06

Arsenio Hall gets a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame

1991-01-08

Gaylord Perry, Ferguson Jenkins & Rod Carew elected to Hall of Fame

1991-01-08

Rod Carew is 22nd player elected to Hall of Fame on 1st try

1991-01-09

Baseball officially bans Pete Rose from being elected to Hall of Fame

1991-01-26

Jan Stenerud becomes 1st pure placekicker to make NFL Hall of Fame

1991-02-04

Hall of Fame's board of directors vote 12-0 to bar Pete Rose

1991-02-05

Joni Mitchell inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame

1991-02-07

Bob Knight, Larry O'Brien, Tiny Archibald, Dave Cowens, Harry Gallatin & Larry Fleisher elected to NBA Hall of Fame

1991-02-26

Bill Veeck & Tony Lazzeri elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1991-03-27

Scotty Bowman inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as a "builder" of the game

1991-06-21

NY Islanders Denis Potvin & Mike Bossy, elected to Hockey Hall of Fame

1991-07-21

Ferguson Jenkins, Gaylord Perry, Rod Carew, Tony Lazzeri, & Bill Veeck are elected into the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY

1991-12-10

IM Pei receives $5 million for design of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1992-01-07

Tom Seaver & Rollie Fingers elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1992-02-06

"Late Night's 10th Anniversary Show At Radio City Music Hall" on NBC

1992-03-02

Anita Hall swims female world record 200m freestyle (2:25.35)

1992-04-15

William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley inducted into National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame

1992-06-11

Tracy Austin, 29, is youngest inductee of Intl Tennis Hall of Fame

1992-08-02

Tom Seaver, R Fingers, Hal Newhouser, & B McGowan enter Hall of Fame

1993-01-05

Reggie Jackson elected to Hall of Fame

1993-04-05

Construction begins on Cleveland's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1993-05-10

Bill Walton is inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

1993-05-13

Arsenio Hall's 1,000th show retrospective seen in Netherlands

1993-06-07

Cleveland breaks ground for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1993-06-25

NY Islander goalie Billy Smith elected to NHL Hall of Fame

1993-08-01

Reggie Jackson enshrined in Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY

1994-01-12

Steve Carlton (Phillies) elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1994-02-25

Phil Rizzuto elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1994-04-18

Arsenio Hall announces he will end his show in May 1994

1994-05-27

Final broadcast of Arsenio Hall talk show

1994-07-28

Last steel beam is placed on Cleveland's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1994-07-31

Phil Rizzuto (Yanks) & Steve Carlton (Phils) enter the Hall of Fame

1994-08-09

Phil Rizzuto Hall of Fame Night

1995-01-08

Mike Schmidt is elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1995-07-30

Richie Ashburn and Mike Schmidt enter baseball's Hall of Fame

1995-09-01

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame opens in Cleveland Ohio

1995-12-14

"Les Miserables" opens at Cable Hall, Helsinki

1996-01-08

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

1996-03-05

Earl Weaver & Jim Bunning, elected to Hall of Fame

1996-08-04

J Bunning, E Weaver, B Foster, & N Hanlon inducted in Hall of Fame

1997-03-05

Tommy Lasorda, Nellie Fox & Willie Wells for Hall of Fame

1997-05-06

Michael Jackson & Bee Gees inducted into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1997-09-18

Seve Ballesteros & Nick Faldo elected to World Golf Hall of Fame

1997-11-17

Mario Lemieux enters NHL Hall of Fame

1998-01-06

Don Sutton selected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1998-01-20

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inducts Mama & Papas & Eagles

2001-05-24

The Versailles wedding hall disaster in Jerusalem, Israel, kills 23 and injures over 200 in Israel's worst-ever civil disaster.

2003-11-02

Grant Fuhr is inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame

2003-11-03

Pat LaFontaine is inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame

2004-08-08

John Elway is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

2007-06-03

USS Carter Hall (LSD-50) engaged pirates after they boarded the Danish ship Danica White off the coast of Somalia. (details)

2007-06-08

Jazz legend Oscar Peterson is forced to cancel his appearance at the Carnegie Hall all-star performance (held in his honour), owing to illness

2007-09-29

Calder Hall, the world's first commercial nuclear power station, the magnox reactor and Calder hall was demolished in a controlled explosion.

2008-02-14

Northern Illinois University shooting: a gunman opened fire in a lecture hall of the DeKalb County, Illinois university resulting in 24 casualties; 6 fatalities (including gunman) and 18 injured.

2010-08-07

Jerry Rice is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

2011-02-05

Ed Sabol, co-founder of NFL Films, elected for enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

2012-11-12

Joe Sakic, Mats Sundin, Pavel Bure and Adam Oates are inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame

2013-12-17

Cat Stevens, Hall & Oates, Kiss, Linda Ronstadt, and Nirvana are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

2014-01-13

14 people are killed and 7 are injured after an explosion in an illegal gambling hall in Kaili City, China

2014-02-01

Ray Guy becomes the first pure NFL punter to be inducted in the hall of fame

2014-04-11

2014 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees: Peter Gabriel, Hall & Oates, KISS, Nirvana, Linda Ronstadt, and Cat Stevens

2016-03-13

Seton Hall's Derrick Gordon the first openly gay player in NCAA tournament

2016-06-26

Pete Rose inducted to Reds' Hall of Fame

2017-01-19

Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines, Ivan Rodriguez elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

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Hall - Notable Birthdays

Daniel BooneNov 2, 1734

James MonroeApr 28, 1758

Cyrus Hall McCormickFeb 15, 1809

Cy DennenyDec 23, 1891

Eddie ShoreNov 25, 1902

Paul BrownSep 7, 1908

Hank GreenbergJan 1, 1911

Sammy BaughMar 17, 1914

Bill SharmanMay 25, 1926

Dolph SchayesMay 19, 1928

Ernie BanksJan 31, 1931

Glenn HallOct 3, 1931

Woody AllenDec 1, 1935

Carl YastrzemskiAug 22, 1939

Willis ReedJun 25, 1942

Diane KeatonJan 5, 1946

Hall - Birthdays
Date Event
1574-07-01

Joseph Hall, English bishop and writer (d. 1656)

1724-04-12

Lyman Hall, US physician (signed Declaration of Independence)

1731-12-26

Anthony Ziesenis, architect/sculptor (Town Hall of Westzaan)

1734-11-02

Daniel Boone, Oley Valley, Pennsylvania, frontiersman/explorer (US Hall of Fame-1915), (d. 182)

1758-04-28

James Monroe, Monroe Hall Virginia, 5th US President (1817-25)

1761-01-17

James Hall, Scotland, geologist

1768-02-04

Maurits C van Hall, Dutch ruler of Heicop & Boeicop, lawyer/politician

1785-10-18

Thomas Love Peacock, English author (Headlong Hall)

1787-02-23

Emma Willard, US, opens school for young ladies (Hall of Fame)

1790-02-18

Marshall Hall, Basford Nottinghamshire, physician

1791-05-15

Baron Floris A van Hall, Dutch minister of Justice/Finance

1797-02-28

Mary Lyon, US, educator (Mt Holyoke) (Hall of Fame)

1799-10-01

Rufus Choate, US, lawyer (Hall of Fame)

1803-01-29

James Outram, Bulterley Hall Derbyshire, general

1806-03-06

Elizabeth Barrett-Browning, Coxhoe Hall England, poet (Sonnets from the Portuguese)

1809-02-15

Cyrus Hall McCormick, Shenandoah Valley Virginia, American inventor (Mechanical reaper)

1811-09-12

James Hall, US geologist (Natural history of NY)

1815-02-25

Robert Hall Chilton, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1879

1820-01-17

Anne Bronte, English novelist/poet (Tenant of Wildfell Hall)

1829-04-10

William Booth, General and Staff Leaving Strand Hall

1829-10-15

Asaph Hall, discovered satellites of Mars (Phobos & Deimos)

1833-11-13

Edwin Thomas Booth, US, US Hall of Fame/actor (Hamlet)

1837-11-15

Robert Henry Hall, Funeral of Major-General Henry W. Lawton

1841-11-23

Richard Croker, Dick Croker Leaving Tammany Hall

1842-02-03

Sidney Clopton Lanier, US, composer/poet (Hall of Fame)

1844-02-01

Granville Stanley Hall, US, psychologist

1853-04-10

Owen Hall, Marquis

1853-05-14

Hall Caine, The Manxman

1855-02-21

Alice Freeman Palmer, educator (Hall of Fame)

1855-11-07

Edwin H Hall, US physicist (Hall effect)

1855-12-10

Henry Nicholas Ridley, West Harling Hall, Norfolk, U.K., Botanist (Malay Peninsula rubber industry)

1858-12-16

Agnes Baden-Powell, Opening of the Drill Hall in Accrington by General Baden-Powell

1859-10-17

William "Buck" Ewing, hall of fame catcher (NY Giants, Cin Reds)

1860-02-26

Pauline Hall, The Governor's Boss

1861-07-03

Peter Jackson, heavyweight boxer (hall of famer)

1862-01-30

Walter Damrosch, Carnegie Hall

1862-03-26

George William Louis Marshall-Hall, composer

1863-06-05

Lindsay J. Hall, The New Dress

1863-12-06

Charles Martin Hall, American chemist (d. 1914)

1865-11-23

Herbert Hall Winslow, The Decoy

1866-02-05

Henri [Hendrik J] Hall, Dutch MP/comic (Put a Lid on it)

1866-02-16

William "Sliding Billy" Hamilton, NJ, hall of fame baseball player

1866-03-24

Jack McAuliffe, US lightweight boxing champ, hall of famer

1867-05-30

Howard Hall, The Weavers of Life

1867-08-14

Donald Hall, In the Shadow of the Dome

1868-06-20

Helen Miller Shepard, philanthropist/established Hall of Fame

1869-10-03

Robert Kraft, Die Gespenster von Garden Hall

1870-02-12

Marie Lloyd, English music-hall performer (d. 1922)

1872-06-21

Winter Hall, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ

1873-01-01

Frank Hall Crane, Three Men Who Knew

1873-07-27

Marie Kendall, Music-Hall Cavalcade: Stars of Yesterday and Today

1875-07-15

Frank "Pop" Morgenweck, basketball hall of famer (elected 1962)

1875-09-05

Napoleon "Larry" Lajoie, RI, hall of fame shortstop (.426 in 1901)

1876-04-28

Sable Fern, Music-Hall Cavalcade: Stars of Yesterday and Today

1876-07-11

Laura Nelson Hall, The Stubbornness of Geraldine

1876-08-09

John Hall, The Fighting Shepherdess

1876-10-19

Mordecai (3 finger) Brown, hall of fame pitcher

1876-11-05

Henry Hall, Sagebrush Trail

1877-9-11

May Hall, Battling Jane

1879-05-26

Louis Leon Hall, Man and Morality

1879-10-21

Walter L. Hall, Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages

1880-02-15

Jane Hall, Madame Butterfly

1880-07-27

Joseph Tinker, baseball Hall of Famer, 1/3 of fame double play combo

1880-08-12

Marguerite "John" Radclyffe-Hall, author

1880-08-12

Radclyffe Hall, The Third Sex

1880-10-22

Joe Carr, Ohio, NFL hall of famer/NFL president (1921-39)

1881-03-12

Nelson Hall, A Man's Making

1881-03-18

Oliver Seibert, hall of fame hockey player (elected 1963)

1881-09-27

William J Clothier, 1st pres of tennis hall of fame/(US Open-1906)

1881-12-02

Alfred Hall, Pretty Dolly

1882-01-17

Ida Barr, Music-Hall Cavalcade

1882-05-10

Thurston Hall, Boston MA, actor (Roaming Lady, In Society)

1882-05-10

Thurston Hall, Theodora Goes Wild

1882-11-13

John Lowry, Mount Vernon NY, NYC builder (Radio City Music Hall)

1882-11-18

Emmett C. Hall, The Crimson Yoke

1883-05-05

Charles Bender, only American Indian in baseball's Hall of Fame

1883-08-09

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

1884-02-22

Abraham "Abe" Attell, boxing hall of famer

1884-07-06

Willem Dudok, Dutch architect (town hall Hilversum/Beehive Rotterdam)

1885-08-27

Edna Hall, Lost in the Lurch

1885-11-07

Bert Hall, A Romance of the Air

1886-01-25

Franklin Hall, The Puny Soul of Peter Rand

1886-03-13

John "Home Run" Baker, hall of famer (hit 2 HR in 1911 world series)

1887-04-22

James Norman Hall, Mutiny on the Bounty

1887-05-02

Edward Collins, NY, Hall of Fame baseball infielder (White Sox, A's)

1887-09-01

Blaise Cendrars, [Frederic Sauser-Hall], Swiss poet/writer

1887-9-19

Holworthy Hall, The Valiant

1888-03-12

Hall Johnson, composer

1888-03-12

Hall Johnson, Meet John Doe

1888-04-20

Charles D. Hall, Frankenstein

1888-04-20

Daniel Hall, The Blue Gardenia

1888-06-24

Gerrit T Rietveld, Dutch architect (Juliana Hall, Sonsbeek Pavillion)

1888-09-19

Porter Hall, Cincinnati OH, actor (Half-Breed, Double Indenity)

1888-9-19

Porter Hall, Double Indemnity

1889-01-16

Daisy Dormer, Music-Hall Cavalcade: Stars of Yesterday and Today

1889-10-29

David Saperton, Carnegie Hall

1890-06-17

G.B. Stern, The Woman in the Hall

1890-08-02

Pauline Hall, composer

1890-08-02

Pauline Hall, Quartet

1890-12-18

Archie Hall, Diamond Jim

1891-02-02

Frank Foyston, NHL Hall of Famer (Seattle)

1891-03-04

Dazzy Vance, hall of fame pitcher (led NL in strike-outs 7-yrs)

1891-12-23

Cy Denneny, Farran's Point Ontario, Canadian ice hockey hall of famer

1892-01-02

Artur Rodzinski, Carnegie Hall

1892-02-01

K Rudolf Mengelberg, composer/musicologist (Amsterdam Concert Hall)

1893-12-06

Lou Little, college football hall of fame coach (elected 1960)

1894-02-19

Herb Pennock, hall of fame pitcher (Yankees, 243 career wins)

1894-06-20

Lloyd A Hall, Illinois, pioneer in food chemistry

1894-08-03

Harry Heilmann, SF Cal, baseball hall of famer outfielder (Detroit)

1894-10-04

Cliff Hall, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Crime Photographer)

1895-03-01

G B "Duke" Keats, hockey hall of fame (elected 1958)

1895-09-16

Charles W Bidwill Sr, Chicago, NFL hall of famer (Chicago Cardinals)

1897-02-15

Earl H Blaik, Det, college football hall of fame coach (elected 1965)

1898-01-09

Gracie Fields, [Stansfield], England, music hall/vaudeville performer

1898-11-13

Earl Sande, jockey (Hall of Famer)

1898-12-14

Frederick Douglass Hall, composer

1899-02-03

Forrest "Red" DeBernardi, basketball hall of famer (elected 1961)

1899-05-08

Jan F van Hall, Dutch sculptor/resistance fighter

1899-08-19

Charlie Hall, English comedian actor (d. 1959)

1899-11-11

Harold "Pie" Traynor, baseball hall of fame 3rd baseman (Pirates)

1900-10-16

[Leon] Goose Goslin, baseball hall of famer (AL bat champ 1928)

1900-10-22

James Hall, Dallas TX, actor (Hell's Angels)

1900-10-31

Carl Hubbard, Missouri, baseball & football Hall of Famer

1901-02-02

Jascha Heifetz, Vilna Lithuania, US violin virtuoso (Carnegie Hall)

1901-02-22

Ken G. Hall, The Farmer Goes to Town

1901-11-06

Juanita Hall, Keyport NJ, actress (Capt Billy)

1902-09-11

Alice Tully, Corning, NY, singer/patroness (Carnegie Hall)

1902-11-25

Eddie Shore, Fort Qu'Appelle Northwest Territories, NHL hall of famer

1902-12-01

Morris "Red" Badgro, Wash, NFL hall of famer (Yanks, Giants, Dodgers)

1903-03-04

William Hall, The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

1903-03-20

Vincent Richards, hall of fame tennis pro (elected 1961)

1903-04-06

Mickey Cochrane, baseball hall of fame catcher (.320 avg)

1903-09-16

Richard Hall, composer

1904-04-21

Gijsbert van Hall, banker/mayor of Amsterdam (1957-67)

1904-07-14

Nadia Reisenberg, Carnegie Hall

1904-9-06

Albert Ottenheimer, Annie Hall

1905-07-23

David S. Hall, The Greatest Story Ever Told

1905-10-12

Rick Ferrell, baseball Hall of Fame catcher

1905-11-19

Tommy Dorsey, Annie Hall

1906-02-10

John "Cat" Thompson, basketball hall of famer (elected 1962)

1906-02-10

Walraven (Wally) van Hall, Dutch banker/resisted Nazis

1906-10-11

Earl "Dutch" Clark, Colo, NFL hall of fame QB (Spartans, Detroit)

1907-02-09

Aubrey "Dit" Clapper, NHL hall of famer (Boston Bruins)

1907-02-14

Johnny Longden, jockey/trainer (1958 Racing Hall of Fame)

1907-03-10

Donoho Hall, Sergeant York

1907-03-28

Herbert "Herb" Hall, clarinetist/saxophonist

1907-06-06

Bill Dickey, NY Yankee hall-of-fame catcher (1928-43)/manager (1946)

1907-07-04

Howard Taubman, Vladimir Horowitz: A Television Concert at Carnegie Hall

1907-11-19

George Hall, South Pacific

1908-02-01

Albie Booth, collegiate Hall of Fame football star (Yale)

1908-09-07

Paul Brown, Norwalk Ohio, NFL hall of famer (Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals)

1908-11-26

Gunvor Hall, Gryr i Norden

1908-12-21

Arch Hall Sr., Eegah

1909-02-01

Douglas Hall, Governor (Somaliland Protectorate)

1909-03-02

Mel Ott, American baseball player, 1st NLer to hit 500 home runs, hall of famer (NY Giants) (d. 1958)

1909-9-21

Berta Hall, Port of Call

1910-02-18

John Jacob Loeb, Annie Hall

1910-03-13

Richard Norris, Music Hall Parade

1910-03-24

Geneva Hall, Maytime

1910-05-01

Cliff Battles, Akron Oh, NFL hall of famer (Braves, Redskins)

1910-10-08

Gus Hall, American union organizer and head of the U.S. Communist Party (d. 2000)

1910-12-29

Ruth Hall, Monkey Business

1911-01-01

Hank Greenberg, Hall-of-Fame 1st baseman (Detroit Tiger)

1911-06-26

Babe Didrikson Zaharias [Mildred Ella], Port Arthur, Texas, American athlete (U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame)

1911-07-21

Marshall McLuhan, Annie Hall

1911-10-26

Sid Gillman, Minneapolis, Minnesota, NFL hall of fame coach/player (LA, San Diego, Houston)

1912-02-03

Eddie Hall, Military Training

1912-04-30

Russell Hall, My Little Chickadee

1912-06-03

Richard D'Aeth, president (Hughes Hall Cambridge)

1912-08-25

Holly Hall, Follow the Leader

1912-11-04

Humphrey Davis, Annie Hall

1913-01-02

Clem Hall, The Wizard of Oz

1913-01-23

Stany Cordier, Paris Music Hall

1913-02-23

Mary Boylan, Annie Hall

1913-07-31

Bryan Hextall, NHL hall of famer (NY Rangers)

1913-9-17

Eileen Hall, Young@Heart

1914-03-17

Sammy Baugh, Temple Texas, NFL hall of famer QB (Washington Redskins)

1914-05-16

Edward T. Hall, American anthropologist and author

1914-9-02

Newton Hall, Our Pet

1915-01-17

Jane Hall, These Glamour Girls

1915-01-31

John Profumo, president (Toynbee Hall)

1915-02-23

Jon Hall, Fresno California, actor (Ramor of the Jungle) (d. 1979)

1915-02-23

Jon Hall, Arabian Nights

1915-04-23

Arnold Hall, CEO (Hawker Siddeley Group)

1916-02-19

Eddie Arcaro, jockey (1958 Racing Hall of Fame, 2 triple crowns)

1916-03-11

Anne Hall, The Group

1916-03-26

Bob Hall, Shalako

1916-10-19

Emil Gilels, Leningrad Concert Hall

1916-11-19

George Hall, Big Daddy

1916-9-01

Dodo Cheney, Hall of Fame: Golden Anniversary

1917-03-26

Jean Graham Hall, circuit court judge (England)

1917-04-12

M Marie Widlow, St Louis Mo, softball pitcher (Hall of Fame 1957)

1917-06-14

Martin Rosenblatt, Annie Hall

1917-06-26

Alice Hall, Death Games

1918-01-28

Larisa Rudenko, Ukrainian Concert Hall

1918-02-04

Norman Wisdom, London England, comedian (Kraft Music Hall)

1918-03-16

Aldo E van Eyck, Dutch architect (City Hall)

1918-07-27

Leonard Rose, Carnegie Hall

1919-02-25

Monty Irvin, baseball hall of famer (NY Giants)

1919-05-03

Jane Scott, The 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

1919-05-05

Tony Canadeo, Chicago, NFL hall of fame halfback (Green Bay Packers)

1919-07-23

[Harold] Pee Wee Reese, Hall of Fame shortstop (Dodgers)

1919-08-11

Chris K. Ishii, Annie Hall

1919-08-15

Huntz Hall, NYC, actor (Cyclone, Gas Pump Girls, The Rating Game)

1919-08-15

Huntz Hall, Angels with Dirty Faces

1919-10-14

Edwin S. Hall, Duel

1919-10-20

Tracy Hall, American inventor (d. 2008)

1919-10-20

Tracy Hall, The Loss of Nameless Things

1919-12-06

Jimmy Bivins [James], Cleveland, Ohio, Hall of Fame heavyweight boxer, (d. 2012)

1919-12-07

Bruce Hall, The Cobalt Bomb

1920-01-06

Early Wynn, Hartford Ala, baseball Hall of famer (pitcher)

1920-01-19

Johnny Haymer, Annie Hall

1920-02-01

Ralph James Hall, Lady Sings the Blues

1920-02-23

Hall Overton, Bangor Michigan, composer (Enchanted Pear Tree)

1920-07-01

Oakley Hall, Warlock

1921-02-19

Chris Gampel, Annie Hall

1921-03-06

Ray Densham, The Ghost of Rashmon Hall

1921-03-11

Sam Hall, Night of Dark Shadows

1921-04-19

Virginia Hall, Old Overland Trail

1921-07-15

Al Rex, The 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

1921-07-20

Hall Daniels, The Big Doll House

1921-08-25

Monty Hall, Keep Talking

1921-10-06

Ralph Hall, Ferris Bueller's Day Off

1922-04-18

Ellen Hall, Thunder Town

1922-09-18

Grayson Hall, American actress (d. 1985)

1922-09-19

Catherine Mary Hall, nurse

1922-11-27

Hall Bartlett, Jonathan Livingston Seagull

1922-9-18

Grayson Hall, All My Children

1923-01-21

Carl Marlow, Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall

1923-05-03

Ralph M Hall, (Rep-D-TX, 1981- )

1923-05-03

Ralph Hall,

1923-05-19

Betty Hall, Around the World in Eighty Days

1923-07-08

Irlin Hall, Parson's Pleasure

1923-08-25

Monty Hall, Winnipeg Canada, TV game show host (Lets Make a Deal)

1923-9-07

Hy Anzell, Annie Hall

1924-01-11

Sam B. Hall, American politician (d. 1994)

1924-03-19

Scott H. Hall, Blood Feast

1924-06-03

Colleen Dewhurst, Annie Hall

1924-06-17

Archibald Hall,

1924-09-20

James Galanos, Phila, fashion designer (Coty Hall of Fame-1959)

1924-12-07

Willie Barrow, Hall Pass

1925-01-20

George Connol, NFL Hall-of-Famer

1925-03-13

Bertha Tickey, Dinuba California, softball pitcher (Hall of Fame 1973)

1925-03-18

Anne Howard, The Ghost of Rashmon Hall

1925-05-01

Chuck Bednarik, Penn, NFL hall of fame center/linebacker (Phila)

1925-08-30

Donald Symington, Annie Hall

1925-10-13

Ralph Rosenblum, Annie Hall

1925-10-29

Betty Evans Grayson, Portland Or, softball pitcher (Hall of Fame 1959)

1925-11-22

Gunther Schuller, Jazz in the Concert Hall

1925-9-11

Cliff Hall, Episode dated 5 May 1982

1926-01-22

Peter J. Hall, Doctor Faustus

1926-02-14

Sheridan F. Hall Jr., The Big Smoke

1926-03-01

Allan Stanley, Timmons, ON, Hall of Fame ice hockey player, (d. 2013)

1926-03-15

Norm Van Brocklin, NFL QB/coach (LA Rams), hall of famer

1926-04-11

Robert Hall Lewis, composer

1926-05-25

Bill Sharman, Abilene Texas, Hall of Fame basketball player (Boston Celtics)

1926-06-21

Conrad Hall, Tahitian-born cinematographer (d. 2003)

1926-06-21

Conrad L. Hall, American Beauty

1926-08-22

Lois Hall, Gone in Sixty Seconds

1926-10-03

Marques Haynes, NBA player and hall of famer (World's Greatest Dribbler, Harlem Globetrotters)

1926-10-04

Joan Neuman, Annie Hall

1926-11-20

Terry Hall, English ventriloquist (d. 2007)

1926-11-20

Terry Hall, Episode dated 6 June 1963

1927-01-22

Joe Perry, NFL Hall-of-Famer

1927-01-22

Lou Creekmur, Baseball Hall-of-Famer

1927-01-25

Fernie Flaman [Ferdinand], Dysart, SK, CAN, Hall of Fame NHL player (Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs), (d. 2012)

1927-01-27

Joe Perry, AAFC/NFL Hall of Fame fullback (SF 49ers, Balt Colts)

1927-03-05

Wayne Carson, Annie Hall

1927-04-30

Lars Hall, Sweden, Pentathelete (Olympic-gold-1952)

1927-07-09

Leonard Patrick "Red" Kelly, NHL hall of famer (Norris trophy)

1927-08-15

Honey Bruce Friedman, Dance Hall Racket

1927-11-12

Jack Butler, Pittsburgh, PA, NFL hall of famer (Pittsburgh Pirates), (d. 2013)

1927-9-07

Michael Hall, The Best Years of Our Lives

1928-04-01

Tony Hall, Episode #1.38

1928-05-18

G R Hall, nuclear scientist

1928-05-19

Dolph Schayes, New York City New York, American basketball Hall of Famer (Syracuse Nationals/Philadelphia 76ers)

1928-05-21

Donna Hall, Fright Night

1928-07-14

Pierre Olaf, Cauderan France, actor (Kraft Music Hall)

1928-09-20

Donald Hall, American poet and US Poet Laureate

1928-10-21

Edward "Whitey" Ford, New York City New York, hall of fame pitcher (NY Yankees)

1928-11-30

Joe B. Hall, American basketball coach

1928-12-20

Jack Christiansen, Kansas, NFL hall of famer defensive back (Lions)

1928-12-31

Amarillo Slim [Thomas Preston], Amarillo Texas, hall of fame professional poker player (1971 World Series main event), (d. 2012)

1928-9-20

Donald Hall, Episode dated 1 October 2006

1929-04-06

Willis Hall, British writer

1929-04-06

Willis Hall, Billy Liar

1929-05-17

Jill Johnston, Town Bloody Hall

1929-06-23

Dave King, Twickenham England, comedian (Kraft Music Hall)

1929-06-28

Peter Hall, Made in Britain

1929-12-25

Stuart Hall, British radio and television presenter

1929-12-25

Stuart Hall, The Grand Knockout Tournament

1930-02-14

Duncan Montgomery Stewart, principal (Lady Margaret Hall-Oxford)

1930-04-26

Justin Gosling, principal (St Edmund Hall Oxford)

1930-05-08

Doug Atkins, Humbolt Tn, NFL hall of famer (Browns, Bears, Saints)

1930-10-20

David Hall, Joel McCrea

1930-11-22

Peter Hall, British stage/film/opera director (Pedestrian)

1930-11-22

Peter Hall, Never Talk to Strangers

1930-12-04

Jim Hall, American jazz guitarist, (d. 2013)

1930-12-04

Jim Hall, Another Woman

1930-12-22

Peter Hall, Suffolk England, director (Royal Shakespeare Company)

1930-9-27

Dick Hall, Game 2

1931-01-11

Ed Hall, Roxbury Mass, actor (Dr Bicker-Medical Center)

1931-01-11

Ed Hall, Between 2 Fires

1931-01-31

Ernie Banks, Dallas Texas, "Mr Cub" Chicago Cubs, Hall-of-Famer (short stop/1st baseman)

1931-05-26

Jim Frey, A Hall for Heroes: The Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction of 1939

1931-06-27

Harvey Hall, Zulu

1931-08-17

Donald Honig, A Hall for Heroes: The Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction of 1939

1931-08-29

Jirí Srnec, The Hall of Lost Steps

1931-09-10

Philip Baker Hall, American actor

1931-10-01

Reginald Hall, endocrinologist

1931-10-03

Glenn Hall, Humboldt Saskatchewan, National Hockey League goaltender

1931-10-03

Glenn Hall, Bobby Hull

1931-10-13

Ed Matthews, Hall of Famer/Milwaukee Brave/HR hitter (512)

1931-9-10

Philip Baker Hall, Bruce Almighty

1932-01-18

Joe Schmidt, NFL Hall-of-Famer

1932-01-19

Joe Schmidt, NFL Hall of Fame linebacker (Detroit Lions)

1932-01-31

Rick Hall, country/R&B singer

1932-02-03

Stuart Hall, Race, the Floating Signifier

1932-03-19

Peter Hall, The Honeymoon Period

1932-03-24

Angus Hall, Madhouse

1932-04-23

Halston, [R Halston Frowick], fashion designer (1972 Hall of Fame)

1932-05-19

Claude Blanchard, Music Hall

1932-05-23

John Lyons, Cambridge England, Master (Trinity Hall)

1932-07-22

Oscar de la Renta, Dom Rep, designer (Coty Hall of Fame-1973)

1932-10-20

Roosevelt Brown, Virginia, NFL hall of fame tackle (NY Giants)

1933-01-13

Tom B Gola, NBA Hall-of-Famer, (d. 2014)

1933-02-27

Raymond Berry, Texas, NFL hall of famer (Baltimore Colts)

1933-03-21

John Hall, English real estate developer/multi-millionaire

1933-03-25

Derry Hall, Libido: The Urge to Love

1933-09-01

Marshall Lytle, Old Fort, North Carolina, Hall of Fame rock bassist (Comets), (d. 2013)

1933-10-27

Floyd Cramer, La, hall of fame pianist (Last Date, On the Rebound)

1933-9-06

Gita Hall, The Still Life

1933-9-07

Angela Glynne, Toad of Toad Hall

1934-03-23

Joey Ambrose, The 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

1934-07-12

Van Cliburn, Carnegie Hall Salutes Jack Benny

1934-08-02

Albert W Hall, actor (Apocalypse Now)

1934-12-19

Al Kaline, Baltimore MD, Hall of Fame outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1934-9-15

Richard Hall, Shadow of the Thin Man

1935-01-27

Gillian Beer, professor/president (Clare Hall-Cambridge)

1935-06-03

Irma P. Hall, Collateral

1935-07-27

David Cheshire, Rude Songs: Vaudeville & Music Hall

1935-10-28

Pat O'Connor, Annie Hall

1935-11-18

Rodney Hall, Australian author

1935-12-01

Woody Allen, [Allen Konigsberg], Bkln, actor (Zelig, Annie Hall)

1935-12-01

Woody Allen, Annie Hall

1936-02-03

John F. Hall, The Guardian

1936-04-03

Carol Hall, Half Nelson

1936-05-17

Mark Hall, The BFG

1936-05-25

Tom T Hall, Olive Hill Ky, country singer/writer (Harper Valley PTA)

1936-05-25

Tom T. Hall, Full Metal Jacket

1936-06-18

John Inzerella, Annie Hall

1936-06-28

Peter Hall, folklorist/musician

1936-07-30

John Burton-Hall, Dorset England, captain (QE2)

1936-12-03

Klaus Jacobs, Carnegie Hall Opening Night 2004

1937-09-12

Wesley Hall, West indian/British politician

1937-10-20

Juan Marichal, Hall of Fame baseball pitcher (SF Giants)

1937-11-10

Albert Hall, Boothton Alabama, actor (Trouble in Mind, Ryan's 4)

1937-11-10

Albert Hall, Apocalypse Now

1937-11-20

Brian Hall, The Long Good Friday

1938-03-17

Jimmie Hall, Game 4

1938-05-14

Ved Bandhu, Annie Hall

1938-05-24

Glen Hall, cricket leg-spinner (South African in one Test v England 1964)

1938-07-12

Mickey Stratton, Meriden Ct, softball catcher (Hall of Fame 1969)

1938-07-26

Peter Hall, diplomat

1938-10-06

Danniebelle Hall, Family Reunion: A Gospel Music Celebration

1939-06-08

Herb Adderley, Phila, NFL hall of famer (Packers, Cowboys)

1939-08-22

Carl Yastrzemski, Southampton New York, Boston Red Sox great (1967 AL MVP, Hall of Fame)

1939-08-25

Marshall Brickman, Annie Hall

1939-10-14

Ralph Lauren, Annie Hall

1939-10-19

Benita Valente, Carnegie Hall: The Grand Reopening

1939-10-22

Tony Roberts, NYC, actor (Annie Hall, Edge of Night, Lucie Arnaz Show)

1939-10-22

Tony Roberts, Annie Hall

1940-02-01

Herve Filion, sulky driver (1969 Canadian Sports Hall of Fame)

1940-02-06

Clayton Hall, Father Takes Up Golf

1940-02-20

Christoph Eschenbach, Carnegie Hall Opening Night 2004

1940-03-26

Braulio Baeza, jockey (National Horse Racing Hall of Famer)

1940-04-08

John Havlicek, Martin's Ferry Ohio, NBA hall-of-famer (Boston Celtics)

1940-08-01

Joan Joyce, Waterbury Ct, softball pitcher (Hall of Fame 1983)

1940-08-03

Lance Alworth, Houston Texas, NFL hall of famer (Charger, Cowboys)

1940-08-14

Galen Hall, WLAF Head Coach (Orlando Thunder, Rhein Fire)

1940-10-18

Hal McCoy, Major League Baseball for keeping Pete Rose out of the Hall of Fame

1940-11-30

Alan Landers, Annie Hall

1941-02-03

Carol Mann, Buffalo NY, golfer (LPGA Hall of Fame 1977, 1965 US Open)

1941-02-11

John Dowd, Major League Baseball for keeping Pete Rose out of the Hall of Fame

1941-06-30

Larry Hall, rocker (Tape Heads)

1941-07-20

Jirí Grossmann, Crime in a Music Hall

1941-08-18

Tony Hall, David's Mother

1941-10-24

Michael Karm, Annie Hall

1941-11-11

Russell Horton, Annie Hall

1941-11-22

Jacques LaPerriere, NHL defensive Hall of Famer

1941-12-30

Wendy Hall, Essay in Evil

1942-01-16

Tony P Hall, (Rep-D-OH, 1979- )

1942-06-25

Willis Reed, Hico Louisiana, NBA hall of fame MVP center/coach (NY Knicks)

1942-08-10

Rick Petrucelli, Annie Hall

1942-10-13

George Lee Andrews, Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall

1942-12-09

Dick Butkus, Chicago, NFL hall of fame linebacker (Bears)/sportscaster

1943-03-23

Peter Graves, supt minister (Westminster Central Hall)

1943-07-25

Janet Margolin, Annie Hall

1943-08-22

John Hall, Lord Emsworth and the Little Friend

1943-11-30

Rob Grill, The 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

1943-12-02

Arch Hall Jr., Eegah

1943-12-03

James Burge, Annie Hall

1943-12-04

Carmella N. Hall, The Vampire Raiders

1944-04-16

Marlin Hall, Revenge of the Nerds

1944-05-15

Scott MacDonough, Annie Hall

1944-10-31

Deidre Hall, Milwaukee, actress (Days of our Lives, Our House)

1944-11-05

Michael Aronin, Annie Hall

1944-11-17

Jim Boeheim, Hall of Fame Coach

1945-06-01

Frederica von Stade, A Carnegie Hall Christmas

1945-11-01

Lani Hall, Never Say Never Again

1945-11-10

John Dennis Johnston, Annie Hall

1946-01-05

Diane Keaton, [Hall], LA, actress (Annie Hall, Little Drummer Girl)

1946-02-18

Catherine Hall, The Stuart Hall Project

1946-03-07

Clive Gillinson, Carnegie Hall Opening Night 2008: A Celebration of Leonard Bernstein

1946-04-10

Davis Hall, Intelligence

1946-08-13

Zooey Hall, Poor Albert and Little Annie

1946-10-11

Daryl Hall, [Hohl], Penn, rocker/songwriter (Hall & Oates-Sara Smile)

1946-10-11

Daryl Hall, (500) Days of Summer

1946-10-16

Pamela Hall, Our Town

1946-11-10

Alaina Reed-Hall, Cruel Intentions

1946-11-10

Del Hart, Billy Lewis Drifters Live at Ormesby Hall

1947-03-23

Lynda McMurray, Music Hall

1947-04-17

John Thorn, A Hall for Heroes: The Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction of 1939

1947-05-07

J.D. Hall, Undercover Brother

1947-05-23

Jane Kenyon, Donald Hall and Jane Kenyon: Keeping You Safe Beside Me

1947-07-02

Ervin Hall, Phila, 100m hurdler (Olympic-silver-1968)

1947-07-23

John Hall, Primary Colors

1947-10-25

John Hall, rocker

1947-10-31

Deidre Hall, The Young and the Restless

1947-10-31

Andrea Hall, Days of Our Lives

1947-11-09

Robert David Hall, American actor

1947-11-09

Robert David Hall, Starship Troopers

1947-11-23

Tom Hall, Game 3

1948-04-04

John Lee Beatty, 'South Pacific' in Concert from Carnegie Hall

1948-10-18

Harriet Hall, Foxfire

1948-12-02

Charlie Hall, Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

1948-9-23

Dan Toler, Dickey Betts & Great Southern: Back Where It All Begins - Live at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum

1949-03-27

Patrick Deuchar, CEO (Albert Hall)

1949-04-07

John Oates, NYC, rock guitarist/vocalist (Hall & Oates-Rich Girl)

1949-04-26

Jimmy Hall, rocker (Wet Willie)

1949-05-08

E. Pat Hall, Chattahoochee

1949-10-01

André Rieu, Andre Rieu: Live at Royal Albert Hall

1949-10-16

John Lansing, Hall of Fame

1950-07-23

Cheryl Hall, Deep End

1950-08-08

Willie Hall, rocker

1950-08-08

Willie Hall, The Blues Brothers

1950-11-10

Bob Orton, WWE Hall of Fame 2005

1950-12-11

Herb Hall, Clueless

1951-01-06

Debi Hall, Dead Game

1951-03-03

Tony Hall, Dot Everyone - Power, the Internet and You

1951-04-01

Cynthia Hall, The Fabulous Doctor Fable

1951-04-14

Julian Lloyd Webber, Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Royal Albert Hall Celebration

1951-04-24

Keith Hall, Episode #4.3

1951-05-10

Ellis Hall, Catch Me If You Can

1951-07-21

Eddie Pruett, Music Hall America

1951-08-07

Gary Hall, US swimmer (Olympics-bronze/2 silver-1968, 72)

1951-08-12

Maureen Moore, Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall

1951-10-20

Patrick Hall, British politician

1952-03-15

Michael Crockett, 'Wiltons' - The Handsomest Hall in Town

1952-06-18

Carol Kane, Annie Hall

1952-12-02

John Dixon, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy

1953-01-25

Terri Hall, The Opening of Misty Beethoven

1953-03-28

Rosemary Ashe, The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall

1953-04-01

Dorrie Hall, The Boost

1953-04-19

Kimberly Hall, David

1953-05-03

Bruce Hall, Champaign Ill, rock bassist (Reo Speedwagon)

1953-05-03

Bruce Hall, Out of Nowhere

1953-05-30

Susan Terry, Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall

1953-10-15

Joe Santry, A Hall for Heroes: The Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction of 1939

1953-9-26

Laurie Bird, Annie Hall

1953-9-28

Janice Hall, Swim Little Fish Swim

1954-04-14

Bruce Edward Hall, The Muppets Take Manhattan

1954-05-04

Liz Robertson, The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall

1954-05-05

John Greg Adams, Scottsdale AZ, PGA golfer (1982 Hall of Fame-2nd)

1954-06-10

Rich Hall, How the West Was Lost

1954-07-10

Andre Dawson, A Hall for Heroes: The Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction of 1939

1955-02-12

Arsenio Hall, comedian (Alan Thicke, Arsenio, Coming to America)

1955-05-09

Kevin Peter Hall, Pitts Pa, actor (Misfits of Science)

1955-05-09

Kevin Peter Hall, Predator 2

1955-06-10

Mark Hall, Lifeguard

1955-11-18

Donald Hall, Listen to Me

1955-12-19

Lincoln Hall, Episode dated 16 May 2008

1956-02-12

Arsenio Hall, Coming to America

1956-05-20

Beverly Lambert, Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall

1956-06-07

Ed Justus, Village Hall

1956-07-02

Jerry Hall, Mesquite Tx, model/Mrs Mick Jagger (Batman, Freejack)

1956-07-02

Jerry Hall, Batman

1956-07-15

Jill Lieber, Major League Baseball for keeping Pete Rose out of the Hall of Fame

1956-07-26

Dennis Hall, The Truth: Parts 1 & 2

1956-9-30

Vondie Curtis-Hall, Romeo + Juliet

1957-03-30

Christopher Hall, The Lost World

1957-03-30

Christopher John Hall, Black and Blue

1957-12-14

Fran Justus, Village Hall

1958-03-11

Tommy Gioiosa, Major League Baseball for keeping Pete Rose out of the Hall of Fame

1958-03-21

Brad Hall, Santa Barbara California, comedian (SNL)

1958-03-21

Brad Hall, Bye Bye Love

1958-10-17

Kenneth J. Hall, Puppetmaster

1958-10-20

Scott Hall, WCW Bash at the Beach

1958-11-13

Conrad W. Hall, Fight Club

1958-11-26

Jeff Hall, Twelfth Night or What You Will

1958-12-07

Edd Hall, TV announcer (Jay Leno's Tonight Show)

1958-12-07

Edd Hall, Episode #9.19

1959-01-01

Adrian Hall, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

1959-03-17

Terry Hall (Specials, Fun Boy 3)

1959-03-19

Terry Hall, rocker (Colourfield-Animal Liberation)

1959-03-19

Terry Hall, A Cinderella Story

1959-06-12

Scott Thompson, comedian (Kids in the Hall, Larry Sanders Show)

1959-06-12

Scott Thompson, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy

1959-06-26

Mark McKinney, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy

1959-06-27

Brian Hall, Can't Hardly Wait

1959-10-20

Razor Ramon, [Scott Hall], wrestler (WWF/WCW/NWA/Florida/AWA/KC)

1959-9-04

Fawn Hall, The Iran/Contra Hearings

1959-9-10

Ted Hall, Yellow Submarine

1960-02-27

Kara Kennedy, Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall

1960-03-25

Doug Hall, Sudden Death

1960-03-26

Debbie Hall, LPGA golfer

1960-04-15

John Ferriter, The Arsenio Hall Show

1960-05-29

Jo Hall, The Scorpion's Kiss

1960-07-12

Jean Petitclerc, Music Hall

1960-09-02

John S. Hall, American poet and spoken-word artist

1960-10-27

Brandon Hall, Conundrum

1960-9-16

Mel Hall, New York Yankees vs. Chicago White Sox

1961-01-14

Robert Edwin Hall, mountaineer/businessman

1961-04-25

Christie E. Hall, The Secret Life of an American Wife

1961-05-12

Bruce McCulloch, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy

1961-05-16

Kevin McDonald, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy

1961-07-17

Barbara Hall, Madam Secretary

1961-10-30

Rich Justus, Village Hall

1961-12-27

Shashawnee Hall, A Nightmare on Elm Street

1962-05-26

Mallory Cangialosi, Live by Request: Hall & Oates

1962-05-29

Eric Davis, Major League Baseball for keeping Pete Rose out of the Hall of Fame

1962-06-27

Michael Ball, Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Royal Albert Hall Celebration

1962-08-05

Darryl Reuben Hall, Hitch

1962-10-05

Michael Andretti, Indy-car racer/Auto Hall of Fame (elected 1986)

1962-12-21

Joe Johnson, Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards

1963-01-04

Dave Foley, actor/comedian (Kids In The Hall, Dave Nelson-NewsRadio)

1963-06-07

Gordon Gano, Hall Pass

1964-03-15

Ron Hall, NFL tight end (Detroit Lions)

1964-03-15

Ron Hall, San Francisco 49ers vs. Detroit Lions

1964-04-18

Dennis W. Hall, No Matter What

1964-05-12

Carla Hall, Holiday Childhood Favorites

1964-06-17

Diane Murphy, Samantha Fights City Hall

1964-07-31

Jim Corr, The Corrs: 'Live at the Royal Albert Hall' - St. Patrick's Day March 17, 1998

1964-08-10

Aaron Hall, American songwriter

1964-08-10

Aaron Hall, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

1964-10-12

Phil Hall, Bikini Bloodbath Christmas

1964-11-08

Sheldon Hall, Something to Do with Death

1965-03-05

David Jewell, Hall of Mirrors

1965-08-26

David Hall Page, Pizza Me Mafia

1965-08-28

James Jagger, son of Mick Jagger & Jerry Hall

1966-01-08

Darryl Hall, CFL linebacker (Calgary Stampeders)

1966-02-13

Christopher James Hall, WALL·E

1966-04-07

Michaela Strachan, Halloween Special from Carnfield Hall, Alfreton

1966-04-23

Jim Stynes [James], Dublin Ireland, Hall of Fame Australian rules footballer (only foreigner to win Brownlow medal), (d. 2012)

1966-05-18

Olivier Podesta, J'aime le music-hall

1966-06-02

Keith Duffy, The Corrs: 'Live at the Royal Albert Hall' - St. Patrick's Day March 17, 1998

1966-06-15

Jimmy Hall, Deadly Dozen: Australia

1966-07-04

Ace Antonio Hall, The Wedding Ringer

1966-08-01

Darryl Hall, NFL cornerback (SF 49ers)

1966-10-06

Norbert ter Hall, Theo Maassen: Zonder pardon

1966-11-11

Gabriella Hall, Jacqueline Hyde

1966-11-27

Edward Hall, Restless

1966-9-24

Colby Hall, Pop Up Video

1967-02-06

Jason Cooper Hall, Bad Santa

1967-05-01

Matthew Hall, Episode #2.6

1967-05-18

John Morton, Band of Pirates: The Story of Seton Hall's Magical Run to the 1989 NCAA Championship Game

1967-05-28

Veronica Hall, The Cat Woman

1967-08-20

Michael "Sean" Hall, Williamsburg Va, rower (Olympics-1996)

1967-11-01

Tina Arena, Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Royal Albert Hall Celebration

1967-11-20

Ramón Ramos, Band of Pirates: The Story of Seton Hall's Magical Run to the 1989 NCAA Championship Game

1967-11-25

Simon Hall, I, Robot

1968-02-18

David Hall, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys

1968-04-14

Anthony Michael Hall, Boston Mass, comedian (SNL, Breakfast Club)

1968-04-14

Anthony Michael Hall, The Dark Knight

1968-05-09

Robert L. Hall, Fortress 2

1968-05-16

Brad Hall, U Turn

1968-06-06

Damien Hall, Man's Best Friend

1968-07-20

Melanie Watson, Hall Monitor

1968-08-26

Courtney Hall, NFL center (San Diego Chargers)

1968-08-26

Courtney Hall, Super Bowl XXIX

1968-12-05

Rhett Hall, NFL defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1969-05-17

Stephen Hall, King Kong

1969-06-09

Lauren Hall, The Last Express

1969-07-08

Dana Hall, NFL safety (Cleveland Browns)

1969-08-22

Patrick Hall,

1969-10-18

Anthony Avent, Band of Pirates: The Story of Seton Hall's Magical Run to the 1989 NCAA Championship Game

1969-10-20

Jonathan Hall Kovacs, The Family Tree

1969-10-25

Gregory Hall, Film Club

1969-12-07

Curtis Hall, Wicked Spring

1969-9-17

Jon Hall, Foiled

1970-03-14

Kristian Bush, Hall Pass

1970-08-28

Esther Hall, Episode #1.8

1970-11-24

Chris Hall, WLAF safety (Frankfurt Galaxy)

1970-11-24

Lemanski Hall, NFL linebacker (Houston/Tennessee Oilers)

1970-11-24

Lemanski Hall, 1994 NFL Draft

1970-11-30

Jeff Erlanger, The 14th TV Academy Hall of Fame

1970-12-12

Regina Hall, Scary Movie 4

1970-12-30

Robert Hall, WLAF wide reciever (Amsterdam Admirals)

1970-9-16

Tamron Hall, The Missing Mom

1971-01-16

Warren G. Hall, Zig Zag

1971-01-20

Jane Hall, Episode #1.6117

1971-02-01

Michael C. Hall, Gamer

1971-02-04

Mark Hall, Splinter

1971-02-21

Vic Thrill, Hall Pass

1971-03-02

Ray Hall, NFL defensive tackle (Jacksonville Jaguars)

1971-03-03

Marc Greenstein, Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall

1971-03-16

Jess Hall, Hot Fuzz

1971-04-14

Craig Hall, The Custom Mary

1971-07-11

Vic Hall, The Joint

1971-07-14

Marc Hall, Dawn of the Inflatables

1972-01-27

Wynne Evans, The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall

1972-02-01

Tammi Mac, Truth Hall

1972-04-28

Jason Hall, American Sniper

1972-08-03

Travis Hall, defensive tackle (Atlanta Falcons)

1972-08-03

Travis Hall, Super Bowl XXXIII

1972-12-29

Melissa Hall, Miss USA-Minnesota (1997)

1972-9-16

Courtney Hall, The Sasquatch Hunters

1973-02-13

James Hall, Most Wanted

1973-02-16

Mimi Sommer, The 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

1973-03-14

Dóra Csernátony, Cikász és a halló pálmák

1973-03-17

Caroline Corr, The Corrs: 'Live at the Royal Albert Hall' - St. Patrick's Day March 17, 1998

1973-04-05

April D. Patrick, Uptown Hall: The Harlem South Africa Connection - Going Home

1973-04-15

Christopher Hall, Macabre Theatre

1973-08-19

Helene Taylor, Monsters Down the Hall

1973-10-03

Paul Polsinelli, Songwriters Hall of Fame

1973-11-14

Caroline Hall, Bristol England, golfer (Curtis Cup 1992)

1973-11-27

Robert Hall, Superbad

1973-9-17

Nissa Hall, Watchful Eye

1974-02-07

David L. Hall, Blue Hill Avenue

1974-02-15

Tim Hall, running back (Oakland Raiders)

1974-02-22

Chris Moyles, Children in Need Rocks the Royal Albert Hall

1974-03-17

John Hall, kicker (NY Jets)

1974-03-17

John Hall, 1998 AFC Championship Game

1974-03-23

Marissa Hall, The Parasite

1974-04-27

Jeremiah Hall, Push/Pull

1974-05-07

Lynden David Hall, Love Actually

1974-05-17

Andrea Corr, The Corrs: 'Live at the Royal Albert Hall' - St. Patrick's Day March 17, 1998

1974-06-05

Jake P. Hall Jr., The Secret Truth

1974-06-28

Cindy Hall, Big Trek, Big Trouble, Big Surprise

1974-09-26

Gary Hall Jr, US, 50m/100m/400m free relay (Oly-gold/2 silver-96)

1974-11-16

Troy Hall, Another World

1974-12-16

Justin Hall, Home Page

1974-12-31

Véronique Cloutier, Music Hall

1974-9-26

Gary Hall Jr., Manic Monday

1975-04-23

Tony Hall, Predator

1975-08-05

Dan Hipgrave, UK Music Hall of Fame: Biggest Selling Artists of the 21st Century

1975-10-21

Toby Hall, American baseball player

1975-11-08

Christina Hall, Chain Letter

1975-11-18

Antony Hall,

1976-02-08

Pooch Hall, Jumping the Broom

1976-03-17

Roxanne Hall, The Devil in Miss Jones

1976-03-17

Stephen Gately, Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Royal Albert Hall Celebration

1976-04-15

Carrie-Anne Hall, Well Heeled

1976-12-21

Bryce Hall, Mega Machines

1977-01-07

Stacy Hall, Sorry, Ari

1977-02-04

James Hall, St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks

1977-02-08

Barry Hall, Australian rules footballer

1977-06-24

Casey Hall, Interstate 60: Episodes of the Road

1977-10-20

Jennifer Hall, Legally Blonde

1977-12-12

Bridget Hall, Dallas Texas, model (Ford)

1977-12-12

Bridget Hall, The Devil Wears Prada

1977-9-10

Bruce Michael Hall, The Fall of Night

1977-9-10

Seth Hall, The Mischievous Ravi

1977-9-23

Patrick Hall, Top 24 Results Show

1978-02-04

Gary Gimelfarb, Across the Hall

1978-04-18

Heidi Hinzman, Hall Pass

1978-04-26

Grant Harrold, Fawsley Hall

1978-07-05

Ciara O'Brien, The Lonely Life of Downey Hall

1978-09-20

Dante Hall, American football player

1978-11-21

Jeff Hall,

1978-9-20

Dante Hall, Fore Play

1979-04-04

Erica Fairfield, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy

1979-05-02

Jamie Hall, Neighbors

1979-07-02

Sondra Hall, Sunset Stripped

1979-12-05

Joner Hall, Mexicans Day

1979-12-28

Bill Hall, American baseball player

1979-12-28

Bill Hall, Episode #1.8667

1979-9-14

Leigh Boone, 'South Pacific' in Concert from Carnegie Hall

1980-01-09

Lynley Hall, Snow 2: Brain Freeze

1980-02-17

Jacob Hall, Ready for More

1980-04-01

Bobby Hall, Halloween: The Rise of Michelle Myers

1980-06-30

Greg Hall, The Plague

1980-08-07

Jade-Addon Hall, Felony Flight

1980-09-06

Jillian Hall, American professional wrestler

1980-12-20

Fitz Hall, English footballer

1980-9-06

Jillian Hall, Episode dated 29 October 2005

1980-9-18

Steven Alan Hall, Treacle Jr.

1980-9-21

Jordan Bogdonavage, Across the Hall

1981-01-15

Samantha Hall, Personality Plus

1981-02-22

Justin Rodgers Hall, The Incredible Hulk

1981-03-23

Zoë Hall, Celeste & Jesse Forever

1981-08-08

Lisa Hall, (Un)sister

1981-08-16

Alexander Hall, Voodoo

1981-08-28

Lucas N. Hall, Who's the Stiff?

1981-10-14

Mauri Hall, A Winter Tale

1981-11-09

Art Hall, The Money Shot

1981-11-15

Leslie Hall, Zombie Killer

1982-02-19

Winston A. Hall, W.

1982-04-06

Ilan Hall, Israeli-American chef

1982-04-06

Ilan Hall, Pig Ears

1982-05-03

Rebecca Hall, The Prestige

1982-05-13

John Bonaccorse, Hall Pass

1982-05-20

Sierra Boggess, The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall

1982-05-26

Brooks Hall, Funny Business

1982-06-21

Jessica Hall, Love Cures Cancer: Jessica Hall's Haunted Mansion

1982-07-06

Mark Woodham, Bidgood Hall

1982-07-09

Adam Hall, Sudden Death!

1982-10-05

Reed Hall Clément, Winston: An Informal Guide to Etiquette

1982-10-14

Ryan Hall, Episode dated 4 August 2012

1982-10-19

Donny Hall, Through Your Eyes

1982-10-23

Jason D'Addario, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy

1982-11-11

Celeste Sullivan, Truth Hall

1982-12-02

Shakara Hall, Mission Park

1982-9-05

Christopher Ringrose, Don't Gamble with City Hall

1983-04-18

Cristina Nardozzi, Hall Pass

1983-04-20

John M. Hall, Distilled Love

1983-05-21

Kate Hall, Daniela Ziegler, Kate Hall, Detlef D! Soost

1983-06-04

Tess Hall, The Ring

1983-11-10

Kirstin Hall, The Amazing Spider-Man

1983-11-19

DeAngelo Hall, Episode dated 20 August 2009

1983-12-24

Irene Fornaciari, Zu & Co Live at Royal Albert Hall

1984-03-24

Rebecca Hall, The Collector

1984-04-01

Amber Hall, Hobgoblins 2

1984-04-04

Phillip Allen Hall III, Any Body Can Dance 2

1984-05-09

Matthew John Hall,

1984-07-09

Hanna Hall, Forrest Gump

1984-08-11

Dallas Hart, WWE Hall of Fame 2006

1984-12-08

Kevin Hall, Total Recall

1984-9-26

Chase Hall, Surrogates

1985-01-20

Natalie Hall, No Time to Fear

1985-02-04

Bug Hall, American actor

1985-02-04

Bug Hall, American Pie Presents: The Book of Love

1985-05-12

Tally Hall, American soccer player

1985-9-04

Valyn Hall, The Internship

1986-01-17

Christina Elizabeth Hall, All the King's Horses

1986-05-28

Daniel Hall, Mother of Fred

1986-11-27

Chris Hall, Tracie's Story

1986-12-02

Christopher Hall, The Amazing Spider-Man

1986-12-20

Tori Hall, The Duel II: Damned If You Duel...

1987-01-14

Daniel Cristofori, The Hall

1987-03-12

Jason Barr, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy

1987-03-23

Katie Figliotti, The 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

1987-05-22

Jeremy Hall, Forgotten Memories

1987-07-22

Kimber Hall, The Apartment Hunt

1987-10-31

Zachary Hall, After the Calm

1988-02-16

Spencer W. Hall, The Big Blind

1988-05-07

Tom C. Hall, Raaz 3: The Third Dimension

1988-05-14

Jarryd Hall, Bad Behaviour

1988-05-17

Alexandra Hart, WWE Hall of Fame 2006

1988-08-27

Allyssa Hall, Not Married with Children XXX

1989-04-29

Christian Hall, Marley & Me

1989-05-11

Tim Hall, Ordinary Wilderness

1989-07-03

Jeremy Hall, Insurgent

1989-07-28

Diana Justus, Village Hall

1990-01-25

Natalie Hall, +1

1990-04-26

Chelsea O'Connor, Jimmy's Hall

1991-05-08

Bradley Hall, Spider

1991-06-26

Avril Hall, Moms Bang Teens

1991-11-14

Taylor Hall, Episode #2.2

1992-01-08

Shelly Hall, Super Solvers: Gizmos & Gadgets!

1992-02-05

Simon Hall Jr., Protection

1992-02-21

Lucy Hall, Glasgow 2014: BBC One: Day 1: 09:00-12:00

1992-07-23

Ben Hall, Courage

1992-08-31

Justin Hall, Get on Up

1993-01-17

Rachel Hall, Days of Our Lives

1993-04-07

Moli Hall, EZ Money

1993-04-26

David Michael Paul, The Hall Monitors

1994-01-09

Madison Hall, The Crimson Hour

1995-05-13

Alaina Lauren Steinberg, Tanner Hall

1996-02-25

Sema'Jay Hall, Accidental Life

1997-03-07

David Hall, Yah Yah

1997-04-11

Kristian Hall,

1999-07-07

Sam M. Hall, Extraordinary Measures

2002-04-20

Zekari Jackson, Monsters Down the Hall

2008-04-14

William Hall, Episode #1.4102

Hall - Notable Weddings

Cyrus Hall McCormickJan 26, 1858

Joe DiMaggioJan 14, 1954

B.B. KingJun 4, 1958

Roy CampanellaMay 5, 1964

Vin ScullyNov 10, 1973

Roald DahlDec 15, 1983

Hana MandlikovaJul 25, 1986

Muhammad AliNov 19, 1986

Julia Louis-DreyfusJun 25, 1987

Matt DamonDec 9, 2005

Paul McCartneyOct 9, 2011

Hall - Weddings
Date Event
1815-01-02

Leading Romantic Age poet Lord Byron (27) marries Anne Isabella Milbanke (22)by special licence, at Seaham Hall in County Durham.

1858-01-26

Inventor Cyrus Hall McCormick (48) weds Nancy Fowler

1954-01-14

NY Yankee Joe DiMaggio weds actress Marilyn Monroe (27) in her 2nd marraige at San Francisco City Hall

1958-06-04

Blues musician B.B. King (32) weds his second wife Sue Hall

1964-05-05

Hall of Fame catcher Roy Campanella (41) weds long-time friend Roxie Joynes

1971-05-12

Rolling Stone rocker Mick Jagger (27) weds actress and model Bianca Pérez-Mora Macia (26) at St Tropez Town Hall, France

1973-11-10

Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully (45) weds Sandra Hunt

1983-12-15

Author Roald Dahl (36) weds Liccy Crosland (45) at Brixton Town Hall in South London

1986-07-25

Four-time tennis player champ Hana Mandlikova (24) weds restaurateur Jan Sedlak at Prague's old town hall

1986-11-19

Hall of Famer boxing champ Muhammad Ali (44) weds Yolanda Williams

1987-06-25

Actress and comedian Julia Louis-Dreyfus (26) weds actor Brad Hall (29)

1996-05-11

Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley (39) weds retail store designer Bill Keenan (43) at Manhattan City Hall in New York

1996-05-27

"Crosby, Stills & Nash" Rock and Roll Hall of Famer guitarist Stephen Stills (51) weds recording-studio manager Kristen Hathaway (30) at the Ritz-Carlton in Palm Beach, Florida

1998-11-28

"The Truman Show" actor Noah Emmerich (33) weds "The West Wing" actress Melissa Fitzgerald (30) in a tent outside Philadelphia's Memorial Hall

2001-05-11

Actress Suzanne Pleshette (64) weds actor Tom Poston (79) at Manhattan's City Hall

2002-11-09

Eighties pop princess Sheena Easton (43) weds Beverly Hills plastic surgeon John Minoli (44) at Las Vegas City Hall

2005-09-03

Former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Kevin Nealon (51) weds actress Susan Yeagley (33) inside the town hall in Bellagio, Italy

2005-10-22

"Extra" reporter Carlos Diaz weds Adrienne Allen at Union Station's Grand Hall in Indianapolis, Indiana

2005-12-09

"Bourne" actor Matt Damon (35) weds Argentine-born Luciana Barrosa (29) at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau near New York City Hall

2005-12-15

"Eastenders" actress Elaine Lordan (39) weds BBC manager Peter Manuel at Islington Town Hall in London

2006-07-26

"The Da Vinci Code" actor Jean Reno (58) weds Polish model Zofia Borucka (35) at the city hall in Baux-de-Provence

2007-06-08

"Desperate Housewives" actor Dougray Scott (41) weds actress Claire Forlani (35) at the Council Common Hall in Pievebobigliana, Italy

2008-11-17

Heartthrob finalist from Top Chef's second season Sam Talbot (30) weds Colombian model and t-shirt designer Paola Guerrero in a secret wedding ceremony at City Hall in New York City

2011-05-28

Former American beauty queen Candice Crawford (24) weds Dallas Cowboys football quarterback Tony Romo (31) at Arlington Hall in Dallas, Texas

2011-10-09

Musician Paul McCartney (69) weds New Yorker Nancy Shevell (51) in a civil ceremony at Old Marylebone Town Hall, London

2012-09-09

"Gossip Girl" actress Blake Lively (25) weds "Green Lantern" actor Ryan Reynolds (35) at Boone Hall in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

2012-09-20

Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah's daughter Princess Hajah Hafizah Sururul Bolkiah (32) weds Pengiran Haji Muhammad Ruzaini (29) at the Throne Hall of Istana Nurul Iman palace in Brunei

2012-09-29

"The Lovely Bones" actor Stanley Tucci (52) formally weds British literary agent Felicity Blunt at Middle Temple Hall in London

2012-12-21

CNN anchor Erin Burnett (36) weds finance executive David Rubulotta (42) in New York City Hall

2013-05-10

"Beverly Hills, 90210" actress Shenae Grimes (23) weds model and musician Josh Beech at the Boys Hall in Ashford, Kent

Hall - Divorces
Date Event
1978-05-01

Actress and model Bianca Jagger files for divorce from Rolling Stone rocker Mick Jagger after 7 years of marriage on the grounds of his adultery with model Jerry Hall

2010-12-13

"Dexter" actress Jennifer Carpenter (31) divorces actor Michael C. Hall (40) due to irreconcilable differences after 2 years of marriage

Hall - Notable Deaths

Cyrus Hall McCormickMay 13, 1884

Georges VezinaMar 26, 1926

Cy DennenySep 10, 1970

Walter PaytonNov 1, 1999

Ted WilliamsJul 5, 2002

Stan MusialJan 19, 2013

Hall - Deaths
Date Event
1512-10-15

Antoon Keldermans, Flem builder (Middelburg town hall), dies at 72

1656-09-08

Joseph Hall, English bishop and writer (b. 1574)

1790-10-19

Lyman Hall, US physician/signer (Decl of Ind), dies at 66

1807-12-04

Prince Hall, activist/Masonic leader, dies in Boston

1832-06-23

James Hall, Scottish geologist (b. 1761)

1849-05-28

Anne Bronte, English novelist (The Tenant of Wildfell Hall), dies

1884-05-13

Cyrus Hall McCormick, American inventor (mechanical reaper), dies at 75

1903-07-02

Ed Delahanty, American Hall of Fame baseball player (b. 1867)

1904-08-25

William Hall, Canadian Royal Naval sailor (b. 1827)

1906-10-20

William "Buck" Ewing, hall of fame catcher (NY Giants), dies at 67

1907-04-09

Owen Hall, Marquis

1912-08-20

William Booth, General and Staff Leaving Strand Hall

1914-12-27

Charles Martin Hall, American chemist and inventor (b. 1863)

1914-12-29

Robert Henry Hall, Funeral of Major-General Henry W. Lawton

1915-07-18

George William Louis Marshall-Hall, composer, dies at 53

1919-12-29

Pauline Hall, The Governor's Boss

1921-07-25

Howard Hall, The Weavers of Life

1922-04-29

Richard Croker, Dick Croker Leaving Tammany Hall

1924-04-24

G. Stanley Hall, American psychologist (b. 1844)

1926-03-26

Georges Vezina, NHL Hall of Fame goalie (Canadiens), dies from TB at 39

1927-10-22

Ross Youngs, Hall of Fame baseballer, dies of Bright's disease at 30

1930-04-17

Louis Leon Hall, Man and Morality

1930-06-01

Herbert Hall Winslow, The Decoy

1931-08-31

Hall Caine, The Manxman

1933-10-25

Lillian Hall-Davies actress (Farmer's Wife, Ring), dies at 36

1933-10-25

Lillian Hall-Davis, The Ring

1936-04-25

John Hall, The Fighting Shepherdess

1936-06-21

Holworthy Hall, The Valiant

1936-07-11

Laura Nelson Hall, The Stubbornness of Geraldine

1937-12-05

Lindsay J. Hall, The New Dress

1939-05-20

Joe Carr, NFL hall of famer/NFL president (1921-39), dies at 59

1939-05-22

Ernst Toller, Pastor Hall

1940-04-18

Florrie Forde, music hall artist, dies

1940-06-07

James Hall, writer/actor (Millie, Hell's Angels), dies at 39

1940-06-07

James Hall, Hell's Angels

1942-07-20

Sable Fern, Music-Hall Cavalcade: Stars of Yesterday and Today

1943-04-21

Alfred Hall, Pretty Dolly

1943-09-14

Richard Norris, Music Hall Parade

1943-10-07

Radclyffe Hall, British author (b. 1880)

1943-10-07

Radclyffe Hall, The Third Sex

1944-07-28

Nelson Hall, A Man's Making

1945-02-12

Walraven [Wally] van Hall, Dutch banker/resisted Nazis, executed at 39

1945-05-13

Tubby Hall, American musician (b. 1895)

1945-06-02

Agnes Baden-Powell, Opening of the Drill Hall in Accrington by General Baden-Powell

1945-07-17

Edna Hall, Lost in the Lurch

1947-02-10

Winter Hall, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ

1947-09-13

Daisy Dormer, Music-Hall Cavalcade: Stars of Yesterday and Today

1948-07-25

Donald Hall, In the Shadow of the Dome

1948-12-06

Bert Hall, A Romance of the Air

1950-12-22

Walter Damrosch, Carnegie Hall

1951-03-25

Edward Collins, Hall of Fame infielder (White Sox, A's), dies at 63

1951-04-02

Simon Barere, pianist, dies while perfoming at Carnegie Hall

1951-07-06

James Norman Hall, Mutiny on the Bounty

1951-07-09

Harry Heilmann, baseball hall of famer outfielder (Det), dies at 56

1952-10-08

Beulah Hall, Black Narcissus

1952-10-08

Beulah Hall Jones, Drums Along the Mohawk

1953-02-02

Dorothy Hall, Working Girls

1953-10-06

Porter Hall, actor (Half-Breed, Double Indenity), dies at 64

1953-10-06

Porter Hall, Double Indemnity

1954-10-06

Fred Hall, The Spellbinder

1954-12-11

Henry Hall, Sagebrush Trail

1956-09-27

Babe Didrikson-Zaharias, American Hall of Fame athlete, dies of colon cancer at 45

1956-11-26

Tommy Dorsey, Annie Hall

1958-02-20

Thurston Hall, actor (Mr Schuyler-Topper), dies at 75

1958-02-20

Thurston Hall, Theodora Goes Wild

1958-11-27

Artur Rodzinski, Carnegie Hall

1959-03-18

Lillian Hall, The Last of the Mohicans

1959-04-13

Charles Hall, Suddenly

1959-10-11

Bert Bell, NFL hall of famer, dies at 64

1959-12-07

Charlie Hall, Tit for Tat

1961-02-21

Blaise Cendrars, [Frederic Sauser-Hall], Switz, poet, dies at 73

1961-08-28

Thomas Connolly, 1st baseball umpire elected to hall of fame, dies

1962-06-28

Mickey Cochrane, baseball hall of fame catcher, dies at 59

1962-12-21

May Hall, Battling Jane

1963-02-13

Harry Steers, bowling hall of famer, dies

1964-01-01

Alf Hall, cricketer (S Afr lefty quick took 40 wkts in 7 Tests), dies

1964-07-23

David S. Hall, The Greatest Story Ever Told

1964-12-12

Norman S. Hall, Tim Tyler's Luck

1965-10-15

Carl Hoff, orchestra leader (Music Hall), dies at 60

1967-07-21

Jimmy Foxx, baseball hall of famer (Det Tigers/534 HRs), dies at 59

1968-02-28

Juanita Hall, actress (Capt Billy), dies at 66

1968-05-02

Donald L Hall, airplane designer (Spirit of St Louis), dies at 69

1969-01-24

Pauline Hall, composer, dies at 78

1970-04-30

Hall Johnson, composer, dies at 82

1970-07-05

David Saperton, Carnegie Hall

1970-09-10

Cy Denneny, Canadian ice hockey hall of famer, dies at 78

1972-03-16

Harold "Pie" Traynor, hall of fame 3rd baseman (Pirates), dies at 72

1972-11-24

Hall Overton, US composer (Enchanted Pear Tree), dies at 52

1973-03-26

George Sisler, hall of famer 1st baseman (257 hits-1920), dies at 80

1974-04-06

Willem Dudok, Dutch architect (Hilversum Town Hall), dies at 89

1977-05-22

Gijsbert van Hall, banker/mayor of Amsterdam (1957-67), dies at 73

1977-05-26

Jim Boles, actor (Kraft Music Hall, One Man's Family), dies at 63

1979-04-06

M Marie Widlow, softball pitcher (Hall of Fame 1957), dies at 61

1979-06-15

Laurie Bird, Annie Hall

1979-07-09

Betty Evans Grayson, softball pitcher (Hall of Fame 1959), dies at 53

1979-12-13

Jon Hall, actor (Ramor of the Jungle), dies at 66

1980-01-25

Albert Ottenheimer, Annie Hall

1980-03-28

Rashel Novikoff, Annie Hall

1981-01-04

Helen Ludlam, Annie Hall

1981-01-19

Larisa Rudenko, Ukrainian Concert Hall

1981-09-03

Ella Hall, The Bugler of Algiers

1981-10-04

Freddie Lindstrom, Major League Baseball Hall of famer (b. 1905)

1982-06-25

Donoho Hall, Sergeant York

1982-07-04

Wayne Carson, Annie Hall

1982-09-24

Stany Cordier, Paris Music Hall

1982-12-28

Frederick Douglass Hall, composer, dies at 84

1983-06-10

Nadia Reisenberg, Carnegie Hall

1983-12-19

Cameron Hall, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

1984-02-18

Mary Boylan, Annie Hall

1984-04-06

Sherry Hall, The Prowler

1984-04-06

Sheridan Hall, The White Messenger

1984-11-16

Leonard Rose, Carnegie Hall

1984-12-26

Holly Hall, Follow the Leader

1985-05-20

Ben Hall, Algiers

1985-06-01

James Burge, Annie Hall

1985-07-30

Julia Hall Bowman Robinson, American mathematician (b. 1919)

1985-08-07

Grayson Hall, actor (Dark Shadows), dies of cancer at 58

1985-08-07

Grayson Hall, All My Children

1985-10-14

Emil Gilels, Leningrad Concert Hall

1985-10-27

Geneva Hall, Maytime

1986-09-14

William Hall, The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

1986-10-05

Hall B Wallis, US movie production (Barefoot in Park), dies at 87

1987-01-14

Joan Neuman, Annie Hall

1987-04-18

Jane Hall, These Glamour Girls

1987-05-23

Humphrey Davis, Annie Hall

1987-06-26

Glen Hall, cricketer (Test for South Africa 1965), commits suicide

1988-01-19

Yevgeni Mravinsky, Leningrad Concert Hall

1988-12-27

Hall Ashby, US director (Shampoo, 8 Million Ways to Die), dies at 59

1989-05-31

C.L.R. James, C. L. R. James Talking to Stuart Hall

1989-09-23

Bob Hall, Shalako

1989-10-28

Henry Hall, Jeepers Creepers

1989-11-02

Pat O'Connor, Annie Hall

1989-11-18

Johnny Haymer, Annie Hall

1990-01-07

Bronislau "Bronko" Nagurski, football hall of famer, dies at 81

1990-06-02

Stuart Hall, actor (Cavalcade, Dawn Patrol), dies

1990-06-02

Stuart Hall, The Dawn Patrol

1990-08-29

Manly Hall, Nostradamus IV

1990-08-29

Manley P. Hall, When Were You Born

1990-10-07

John "Cat" Thompson, basketball hall of famer, dies at 84

1991-01-03

Anna Reiner, Pastor Hall

1991-04-10

Kevin Peter Hall, actor (Harry & Hendersons), dies of AIDS at 35

1991-04-10

Kevin Peter Hall, Predator 2

1991-04-22

Anne Howard, The Ghost of Rashmon Hall

1991-06-24

Martin Rosenblatt, actor (Splitz, Annie Hall, NY Stories), dies at 74

1991-06-24

Martin Rosenblatt, Annie Hall

1991-08-22

Colleen Dewhurst, Annie Hall

1993-05-22

Mieczyslaw Horszowski, Polish/US pianist (Carnegie Hall), dies at 100

1993-09-07

Hall Bartlett, Jonathan Livingston Seagull

1993-09-08

Hall Bartlett, US director (Jonathan Livingston Seagull), dies at 70

1993-11-07

Adelaide Hall, US jazz singer (Cotton Club), dies at 92

1993-11-07

Adelaide Hall, An All-Colored Vaudeville Show

1993-12-17

Janet Margolin, US actress (Annie Hall), dies at 50 of ovarian cancer

1993-12-17

Janet Margolin, Annie Hall

1994-02-08

Ken Hall, Australian director/producer (Kokoda front line), dies at 92

1994-02-08

Ken G. Hall, The Farmer Goes to Town

1994-03-04

Natalie Hall, Tropical Trouble

1994-04-10

Sam B. Hall, American politician (b. 1924)

1994-07-20

Reginald Hall, endocrinologist, dies at 83

1995-04-13

Scott H. Hall, Blood Feast

1995-04-22

Jane Kenyon, Donald Hall and Jane Kenyon: Keeping You Safe Beside Me

1995-07-27

Rick Ferrell, Hall of Fame catcher, dies at 89

1995-09-06

Ralph Rosenblum, Annie Hall

1996-01-08

Howard Taubman, Vladimir Horowitz: A Television Concert at Carnegie Hall

1996-03-06

Herbert "Herb" Hall, clarinetist/saxophonist, dies at 88

1996-05-12

Robert Edwin Hall, mountaineer/businessman, dies at 35

1996-05-23

Rob Hall, New Zealand high altitude climber (b. 1941)

1996-05-26

E. Pat Hall, Chattahoochee

1996-08-26

Catherine Mary Hall, nurse, dies at 73

1996-10-23

Diana Trilling, Town Bloody Hall

1996-12-05

Peter Hall, folklorist/musician, dies at 60

1997-09-17

Brian Hall, The Long Good Friday

1997-11-27

Buck Leonard, Hall of Famer in Negro League, dies at 90

1999-01-18

Rick Petrucelli, Annie Hall

1999-01-30

Huntz Hall, American actor (b. 1919)

1999-01-30

Huntz Hall, Angels with Dirty Faces

1999-03-03

Alice Hall, Death Games

1999-03-24

Ellen Hall, Thunder Town

1999-05-28

Ralph James Hall, Lady Sings the Blues

1999-06-06

Berta Hall, Port of Call

1999-11-01

Walter Payton, American Football Hall of Fame Running Back, dies at 45

1999-11-01

Theodore Alvin Hall, Atomic Spy (b. 1925)

2000-02-16

John Hall, Lord Emsworth and the Little Friend

2000-05-13

John Dixon, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy

2000-12-28

Danniebelle Hall, Family Reunion: A Gospel Music Celebration

2001-03-25

Russell Hall, My Little Chickadee

2001-09-04

Betty Hall, Around the World in Eighty Days

2001-10-12

Anne Hall, The Group

2001-11-06

Chris K. Ishii, Annie Hall

2001-12-06

Charles McClendon, Hall of Fame college football coach (b. 1923)

2002-07-05

Ted Williams, baseball hall of famer and last player to bat over.400 in a single season (Boston Red Sox) dies at 84

2002-08-07

Donna Hall, Fright Night

2002-09-08

Bruce Hall, The Cobalt Bomb

2002-09-16

Archibald Hall,

2002-10-21

George Hall, Big Daddy

2003-01-04

Conrad Hall, American cinematographer (b. 1927)

2003-01-04

Conrad L. Hall, American Beauty

2003-02-17

Clem Hall, The Wizard of Oz

2003-08-23

Hy Anzell, Annie Hall

2003-10-09

Ruth Hall, Monkey Business

2003-10-31

Bruce Edward Hall, The Muppets Take Manhattan

2003-11-15

Speedy West, Country Music Hall of Fame Steel Guitarist (b. 1924)

2004-12-31

Carl Marlow, Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall

2005-03-07

Willis Hall, Billy Liar

2005-09-12

Honey Bruce Friedman, Dance Hall Racket

2005-10-19

Mallory Cangialosi, Live by Request: Hall & Oates

2006-02-14

Lynden David Hall, British singer (b. 1974)

2006-02-14

Lynden David Hall, Love Actually

2006-08-20

Claude Blanchard, Music Hall

2006-12-21

Lois Hall, Gone in Sixty Seconds

2007-04-04

Terry Hall, English ventriloquist (b. 1927)

2007-04-04

Terry Hall, Episode dated 6 June 1963

2007-04-23

John Inzerella, Annie Hall

2007-05-09

Jimmy Hall, Deadly Dozen: Australia

2007-07-09

Eileen Hall, Young@Heart

2007-09-29

Harriet Hall, Foxfire

2007-11-15

Fred Hall, The Cardinal

2008-04-22

Angela Glynne, Toad of Toad Hall

2008-05-08

Chris Gampel, Annie Hall

2008-05-12

Oakley Hall, Warlock

2008-06-26

Cliff Hall, Episode dated 5 May 1982

2008-07-25

Tracy Hall, American inventor (b. 1919)

2008-07-25

Tracy Hall, The Loss of Nameless Things

2008-07-26

Ted Hall, Yellow Submarine

2008-09-11

Klaus Jacobs, Carnegie Hall Opening Night 2004

2008-10-20

Gene Hickerson, American football Hall of Famer (b. 1935)

2009-01-04

Ralph Hall, Ferris Bueller's Day Off

2009-02-27

Alan Landers, Annie Hall

2009-04-11

Leigh Boone, 'South Pacific' in Concert from Carnegie Hall

2009-10-10

Stephen Gately, Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Royal Albert Hall Celebration

2009-12-17

Alaina Reed-Hall, Cruel Intentions

2010-03-18

David Cheshire, Rude Songs: Vaudeville & Music Hall

2010-05-27

Peter J. Hall, Doctor Faustus

2010-06-03

Eddie Pruett, Music Hall America

2010-09-02

Derry Hall, Libido: The Urge to Love

2010-09-18

Jill Johnston, Town Bloody Hall

2011-03-21

Pinetop Perkins, Member of the Blues Hall of Fame (b. 1913)

2011-03-23

Peter Hall, Made in Britain

2011-05-01

Jeff Hall,

2011-07-04

Jane Scott, The 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

2011-07-11

Rob Grill, The 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

2011-09-16

Kara Kennedy, Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall

2011-10-20

Dennis Hall, The Truth: Parts 1 & 2

2011-11-17

Mark Hall, The BFG

2012-01-01

Fred Milano, American doo-wop singer, member of the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, dies from lung cancer at 72

2012-01-22

Joe Paterno, American College Hall of Fame football coach, dies from lung cancer at 85

2012-02-16

Gary Carter, American Hall of Fame baseball catcher dies from brain tumor at 57

2012-03-20

Lincoln Hall, Episode dated 16 May 2008

2012-03-29

Bill Jenkins, American Hall of Fame drag racer and engineer, dies at 81

2012-05-30

Jack Twyman, American Hall of Fame basketball player, dies from complications from blood cancer at 78

2012-06-22

Fernie Flaman [Ferdinand], Canadian Hall of Fame NHL player, dies at 85

2012-07-04

Jimmy Bivins [James], American Hall of Fame boxer, dies from pneumonia at 92

2012-08-23

Steve Van Buren, American Hall of Fame NFL halfback, dies from pneumonia at 91

2013-01-19

Stan Musial, American MLB hall of famer, dies from Alzheimer's disease at 92

2013-01-19

Earl Weaver, American hall of fame MLB manager, dies from a heart attack at 82

2013-02-25

Dan Toler, Dickey Betts & Great Southern: Back Where It All Begins - Live at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum

2013-02-27

Van Cliburn, Carnegie Hall Salutes Jack Benny

2013-06-03

Deacon Jones, American NFL Hall of Fame Defensive End, dies from natural causes at 73

2013-07-24

Donald Symington, Annie Hall

2013-12-10

Jim Hall, American jazz guitarist, dies at 83

2013-12-10

Jim Hall, Another Woman

2014-02-10

Stuart Hall, Race, the Floating Signifier

2014-05-27

John F. Hall, The Guardian

2014-07-30

Peter Hall, The Honeymoon Period

2014-09-26

Sam Hall, Night of Dark Shadows

2014-11-23

Dodo Cheney, Hall of Fame: Golden Anniversary

2015-03-12

Willie Barrow, Hall Pass

2015-06-21

Gunther Schuller, Jazz in the Concert Hall

2015-10-31

Mel Daniels, Hall of Famer, ABA star with Pacers, dies at 71

2015-11-15

Hall of Fame pro wrestler Nick Bockwinkel, a four-time AWA heavyweight champ, dead at 80

2015-11-16

Hall of Fame pro wrestler Nick Bockwinkel, a four-time AWA heavyweight champ, dead at 80

2015-12-10

Basketball Hall of Famer Dolph Schayes dies at 87

2016-03-11

NHL hall of fame Gadsby dies aged 88

2017-10-01

Monty Hall, host of Let's Make A Deal, dies aged 96

2017-12-27

Maple Leaf great and Hall of Famer Johnny Bower dies at age 93

2018-01-17

Hall of Famer and Celtics legend Jo Jo White dies at age 71

2018-06-14

Basketball Hall of Famer and Olympian Anne Donovan dies at age 56

2018-06-21

Hall of Fame golfer Hubert Green dies at 71

2018-07-30

WWE Hall of Fame legend Nikolai Volkoff dies at 70


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