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Dolly Parton

Birthday Report for January 19th, 1946

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Events of the Month for Dolly Parton  

When Dolly Parton entered the world, these stories made the front page of the nation's newspapers: The first session of the U.N. General Assembly is held at St. James's Palace in London. Trygve Lie of Norway is appointed secretary general of the United Nations. At the session in London, the U.N. creates the International Atomic Energy Commission. In the United States, 800,000 steel workers go on strike against the United States Steel Corp. President Truman publicly requests that people force Congress to address the growing labor crisis. In Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh wins the elections in North Vietnam.  


Entertainment News for the year Dolly Parton was born

Audiences were applauding these developments in the entertainment industry when Dolly Parton was an infant. It's a Wonderful Life, a wonderful Christmas tradition, is introduced this year starring James Stewart and Donna Reed. On Broadway Irving Berlin's Annie Get Your Gun opens starring Ethel Merman. At the top of the music charts this year are Five Minutes More and Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow.

Popular Music when Dolly Parton was born.

When Dolly Parton was rocking in a cradle, these songs were topping the music charts: Back in 1946, the popular songs were: Five Minutes More performed by Frank Sinatra; I'm a Big Girl Now performed by Sammy Kaye; Ole Buttermilk Sky sung by Kay Kyser; as well as Personality by Johnny Mercer. Also topping the musical charts: Prisoner of Love by Perry Como; Rumors Are Flying by Frankie Carle; The Gypsy by The Ink Spots; and the ever popular To Each His Own by Eddy Howard.

Movie News for the year Dolly Parton was born.

While Dolly Parton was discovering how to stand up, The Academy gave a standing ovation to these movies and actors: 'The Best Years Of Our Lives'- Directed by William Wyler won the Best Movie Academy Award in 1946. Also this year, the Academy Award for Best Actor went to Fredric March for his role in 'The Best Years of Our Lives' and the Best Actress Award went to Olivia De Havilland for her role in 'To Each His Own'.

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