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Francis Ford Coppola

Birthday Report for April 7th, 1939

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Events of the Month for Francis Ford Coppola  

When Francis Ford Coppola entered the world, these stories made the front page of the nation's newspapers: The American Civil Liberties Union defends Nazis' rights to distribute propaganda in the United States. President Roosevelt turns down an offer by Adolf Hitler to meet at sea. Meanwhile, President Roosevelt officially recognizes the Franco regime in Spain. The Soviet Union proposes a military alliance with Great Britain and France. Albert Lebrun is elected president of France. In other news, Japan and the Soviet Union agree to a pact that establishes new fishing rights. Hungary decides to resign from the League of Nations.  


Entertainment News for the year Francis Ford Coppola was born

Audiences were applauding these developments in the entertainment industry when Francis Ford Coppola was an infant. Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh give us Gone with the Wind this year. The film wins Oscars in all of the major categories except for Best Actor, ten total, with Hattie McDaniel as Best Supporting Actress becoming the first black Oscar winner. Also this year, Judy Garland stars in The Wizard of Oz giving us hit song Over the Rainbow.

Popular Music when Francis Ford Coppola was born.

When Francis Ford Coppola was rocking in a cradle, these songs were topping the music charts: Back in 1939, the popular songs were: Careless performed by Lew Quadling; Do I Love You? performed by Cole Porter; God Bless America sung by Irving Berlin; as well as I'll Never Smile Again by Ruth Lowe. Also topping the musical charts: If I Didn't Care by Jack Lawrence; My Last Goodbye by Eddy Howard; Three Little Fishes by Saxie Dowell; and the ever popular Wishing by B.G. Desylva.

Movie News for the year Francis Ford Coppola was born.

While Francis Ford Coppola was discovering how to stand up, The Academy gave a standing ovation to these movies and actors: 'Gone With The Wind'- Directed by Victor Fleming won the Best Movie Academy Award in 1939. Also this year, the Academy Award for Best Actor went to Robert Donat for his role in 'Goodbye Mr. Chips' and the Best Actress Award went to Vivien Leigh for her role in 'Gone with the Wind'.

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