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Rodney Dangerfield

Birthday Report for November 11th, 1921

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Events of the Month for Rodney Dangerfield  

When Rodney Dangerfield entered the world, these stories made the front page of the nation's newspapers: In Italy, Benito Mussolini declares himself leader of the National Fascist Party. Among the National Fascist Party's beliefs are strict law and order and the maintenance of an unyielding class structure. A general strike paralyzes Rome as railway workers clash with Fascists. In other news, the first American women arrive in Moscow to provide relief for famine victims. New York officials consider varied work hours to ease traffic problems.  


Entertainment News for the year Rodney Dangerfield was born

Audiences were applauding these developments in the entertainment industry when Rodney Dangerfield was an infant. A piece of American theater tradition begins with the opening of Sardi's this year in New York City. Legendary heart throb Rudolph Valentino stars in his first two films this year The Sheik and The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse. And everyone's singing along to Ain't We Got Fun and Second Hand Rose.

Popular Music when Rodney Dangerfield was born.

When Rodney Dangerfield was rocking in a cradle, these songs were topping the music charts: Back in 1921, the popular songs were: Ain't We Got Fun performed by R.A. Whiting; April Showers performed by B.G. DeSylva; Coal-Black Mammy sung by Laddie Cliff; as well as Dapper Dan by Lew Brown. Also topping the musical charts: Dear Old Southland by Henry Creamer; Kitten on the Keys by Zes Confrey; Learn To Smile by Otto Harbach; and the ever popular Make Believe by Benny Davis.

Movie News for the year Rodney Dangerfield was born.

While Rodney Dangerfield was discovering how to stand up, The Academy gave a standing ovation to these movies and actors: Art- Max Ernst painted 'The Elephant Celebes.' won the Best Movie Academy Award in 1921. Also this year, the Academy Award for Best Actor went to Film for his role in Charlie Chaplin stars in 'The Kid.' and the Best Actress Award went to Music for her role in Irving Berlin, first of the 'Music Box Revues'.

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