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Quincy Jones

Birthday Report for March 14th, 1933

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Events of the Month for Quincy Jones  

When Quincy Jones entered the world, these stories made the front page of the nation's newspapers: Nazi leaders in Germany open their first concentration camp for political opponents. In New York, the American Jewish Committee demands that the U.S. government respond to the dangerous actions carried out by Hitler and Germany's new Nazi government. In other news, the Japanese government announces that it is leaving the League of Nations.  


Entertainment News for the year Quincy Jones was born

Audiences were applauding these developments in the entertainment industry when Quincy Jones was an infant. The juke box makes its debut this year playing top hits like Easter Parade, We're in the Money and You Gotta Be a Football Hero. Warner Brothers produces Forty-Second Street starring Dick Powell and Ginger Rogers and introducing us to the songPopular Music when Quincy Jones was born.ffle Off to Buffalo and You're Getting To Be a Habit with Me.


When Quincy Jones was rocking in a cradle, these songs were topping the music charts: Back in 1933, the popular songs were: Dinner at Eight performed by Dorothy Fields; Easter Parade performed by Irving Berlin; I Wanna Be Loved sung by Billy Rose; as well as It Isn't Fair by Richard Himber. Also topping the musical charts: On the Trail by Ferdie Grofe; Shadow Waltz by Al Dubin; Temptation by Arthur Freed; and the ever popular Tony's Wife by Harold Adamson.

Movie News for the year Quincy Jones was born.

While Quincy Jones was discovering how to stand up, The Academy gave a standing ovation to these movies and actors: 'Cavalcade'- Produced by Fox won the Best Movie Academy Award in 1933. Also this year, the Academy Award for Best Actor went to Charles Laughton for his role in 'Private Life of Henry VIII' and the Best Actress Award went to Katherine Hepburn for her role in 'Morning Glory'.

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