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This Day In Comedy: March 01

On: Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Born this day in 1910, David Niven (James David Graham Niven) London, England 6' actor, producer remembered for his dapper English roles in such films as the Pink Panther series, Around the World in Eighty Days. He died 07/29/1983 from ALS at age 73.
99d/47/huty/13956/01 David Niven 1939 cameo

Born this day in 1922, Michael Flanders (Michael Henry Flanders) London, England of duo Flanders & Swann. He died 04/14/1975 of an aneurysm at age 53.
michael flanders cameo 2 michael flanders cameo 1

Died this day in 1984, Jackie Coogan (John Leslie Coogan) Los Angeles, California, “The Kid” with Charlie Chaplain,  “Uncle Fester” on TV's The Addams Family. Born 10/26/1914, he died from cardiac arrest at age 69.
jackie coogan cameo 2Jackie Coogan-1922-Troublecirca 1965:  Headshot of American actor Jackie Coogan (1914-1984) smiling and wearing a tuxedo.  (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

The “Child Actors Bill”, aka the Coogan Act was created after mother and stepfather drained his earnings.
He was the youngest self-made millionaire in history.
He was married to Betty Grable, and was once engaged to gorgeous actress Toby Wing.

Died this day in 1988, Joe Besser (Joseph Besser) St. Louis, Missouri, comedian one of the Three Stooges, worked with Abbott & Costello. Born 08/12/1907, he died of heart failure at age 80.
JOE BESSER cameo 2

“Not So Rough!”

”Oooh, I'll Haaaarm You!”

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