Died on this Day
Anniversary Date: 14-Nov
Died on This Day (14-Nov)
Branko Lustig was a Croatian film producer best known for winning Academy Awards for Best Picture for Schindler's List and Gladiator.
Croatian film producer
Gardnar Putnam "Gar" Mulloy was a U.S. No. 1 tennis player primarily known for playing in doubles matches with partner Billy Talbert.
US tennis player
Olivia Melian Durdin-Robertson, known as Olivia Robertson was an author, artist, co-founder and high priestess of the Fellowship of Isis.
Franz Josef Degenhardt
Franz Josef Degenhardt was a German poet, satirist, novelist, and – first and foremost – a folksinger/songwriter with decidedly left-wing politics.
German singer and writer
Jenő Takács was an Austrian composer of Hungarian extraction.
Edward Vincent Bracken was an American actor. Bracken became a Hollywood comedy legend with lead performances in the films Hail the Conquering Hero and The Miracle of Morgan's Creek both from 1944, both of which have been preserved by the National Film Registry.
Pusapati Vijayarama Gajapati Raju
Maharaja Pusapati Vijayram Gajapati Raju, "The Maharaj Saheb of Vizianagaram" D.
V. K. Wellington Koo
Vi Kyuin Wellington Koo was a statesman of the Republic of China.
Republic of China diplomat
Dawn Powell was an award-winning novelist, playwright, screenwriter and short story writer.
Huntley N. Spaulding
Huntley Nowel Spaulding was an American manufacturer and Republican politician from Rochester, New Hampshire.
Fernando del Paso
Fernando del Paso Morante was a Mexican novelist, essayist and poet.
Mexican novelist, essayist and poet
Warren Mitchell was an English actor. He was a BAFTA TV Award winner and twice a Laurence Olivier Award winner.
Brian Davies was a Queensland state and Australian national representative rugby league footballer who played in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.
Australian rugby league player
Sir Gordon Ellis Bisson was a New Zealand Court of Appeal judge and a member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom.
New Zealand judge
Howard Peters "Pete" Rawlings was an American politician and the first African American to become chair of the powerful Appropriations Committee in the Maryland House of Delegates.
Charlotte Ninon Coleman was an English actress best known for playing Scarlett in the film Four Weddings and a Funeral, Jess in the television drama Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, and her childhood roles of Sue in Worzel Gummidge and the character Marmalade Atkins.
Adolf Rudnicki, born Aron Hirschhorn was a Polish author and essayist, best known for his works about The Holocaust and the Jewish resistance in Poland during World War II.
Maksim Gaspari was a Slovene painter best known for his paintings and illustrations as well as numerous postcards with folklore motifs and scenes from rural life.
Painter and illustrator
Walter Leland Catlett was an American actor. He made a career of playing excitable, meddlesome, temperamental, and officious blowhards.
Henrik Nikolai Krøyer
Henrik Nikolai Krøyer was a Danish zoologist.Born in Copenhagen, he was a brother of the composer Hans Ernst Krøyer.