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Susan Cerce

Birthday Report for March 20th, 1948

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Events of the Month for Susan Cerce  

When Susan Cerce entered the world, these stories made the front page of the nation's newspapers: In Washington, D.C., the Senate praises Sen. Vandenberg for requesting that the effort to grant relief for Europe be increased in order to avert a third world war. The Supreme Court dissolves the New York state law prohibiting the sale of books of crime, lust and bloodshed. In Berlin, Western powers agree to internationalize the Ruhr. Soviet composer Dmitri Shostakovich is forced to leave his position at the Moscow Conservatory.  


Entertainment News for the year Susan Cerce was born

Audiences were applauding these developments in the entertainment industry when Susan Cerce was an infant. The first long playing records, LPs, are introduced this year and immediately become the industry standard. Judy Garland and Fred Astaire star in MGM's Easter Parade, featuring the song Easter Parade. Other songs coming across the air waves this Popular Music when Susan Cerce was born.are Buttons and Bows and You Call Everybody Darling.

Music for the year Susan Cerce was born.

When Susan Cerce was rocking in a cradle, these songs were topping the music charts: Back in 1948, the popular songs were: Buttons and Bows performed by Dinah Shore; It's Magic performed by Doris Day; Manana sung by Peggy Lee; as well as Nature Boy by Nat King Cole. Also topping the musical charts: Now Is the Hour by Bing Crosby; Twelfth Street Rag by Pee Wee Hunt; Woody Woodpecker by Kay Kyser; and the ever popular You Call Everbody Darling by Al Trace.

Movie News for the year Susan Cerce was born.

While Susan Cerce was discovering how to stand up, The Academy gave a standing ovation to these movies and actors: 'Hamlet'- Produced by Universal International won the Best Movie Academy Award in 1948. Also this year, the Academy Award for Best Actor went to Laurence Olivier for his role in 'Hamlet' and the Best Actress Award went to Jane Wyman for her role in 'Johnny Belinda'.

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