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Halle Berry

Birthday Report for August 14th, 1966

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Events of the Month for Halle Berry  

When Halle Berry entered the world, these stories made the front page of the nation's newspapers: In Austin, an architectural student kills 12 people at the University of Texas. The student fires upon people from a 27-story tower and is finally killed by an off-duty police officer. The Apollo test craft makes a successful 18,000-mile flight. Officials at Cape Kennedy announce that the Lunar Orbiter 1 becomes the first U.S. space craft to orbit the moon. In Washington, D.C., the U.S. Treasury announces that it is halting the printing of bills. In Nigeria, Lt. Col. Yakubu Gowon seizes power in a military coup. 


Entertainment News for the year Halle Berry was born

Audiences were applauding these developments in the entertainment industry when Halle Berry was an infant. Cabaret and Man of La Mancha open on Broadway. While in the theaters we are treated to Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Soft rock hits the music scene this year with Simon and Garfunkel singing The Sounds of Silence and the Associations Cherish.

Popular Music when Halle Berry was born.

When Halle Berry was rocking in a cradle, these songs were topping the music charts: Back in 1966, the popular songs were: Good Lovin' performed by The Young Rascals; Lightnin' Strikes performed by Lou Christie; My Love sung by Petula Clark; as well as Paint It Black by The Rolling Stones. Also topping the musical charts: Summer in the City by The Lovin' Spoonful; We Can Work It Out by The Beatles; When a Man Loves a Woman by P. Sledge; and the ever popular You Can't Hurry Love by The Supremes.

Movie News for the year Halle Berry was born.

While Halle Berry was discovering how to stand up, The Academy gave a standing ovation to these movies and actors: 'A Man For All Seasons'- Directed by F. Zimmerman won the Best Movie Academy Award in 1966. Also this year, the Academy Award for Best Actor went to Paul Scofield for his role in 'A Man for All Seasons' and the Best Actress Award went to Elizabeth Taylor for her role in 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'.

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