Saturday Night Live original cast member George Coe has passed away at 86 after a long battle with an illness. Coe's acting career spanned 50 years including.
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14, the 227th day of 2016. There are 139 days left in the year. Associated Press. 1893: France introduces motor vehicle registration, which includes a driving test. 1900: International forces, including U. S. Marines, enter Beijing to put down the Boxer Rebellion, which is aimed at purging China of foreign influence. 1935: President Franklin Roosevelt signs the Social Security Act into law. 1936: Rainey Bethea becomes the last man to be publicly executed in the United States as he is hanged in Owensboro, Ky. , for raping 70-year-old Lischia Edwards. 1941: President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill issue the Atlantic Charter, a joint declaration that expresses hopes for “a better future for the world. 1945: President Harry S. Truman announces that Imperial Japan has surrendered unconditionally, ending World War II. 1947: Pakistan becomes independent of British rule. 1951: Newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst, 88, dies in Beverly Hills, Calif. 1956: German dramatist Bertolt Brecht dies in East Berlin at age 58. 1965: Sonny & Cher’s “I Got You Babe” hits No. 1 on the pop music charts. 1969: British troops deploy to Northern Ireland to intervene in sectarian violence between Protestants and Roman Catholics. Actress-model Dorothy Stratten, 20, is shot to death by her estranged husband and manager, Paul Snider, who then kills himself. 1996: The Republican National Convention in San Diego nominates Bob Dole for president and Jack Kemp for vice president. 2006: Israel halts its offensive against Hezbollah guerrillas as a U. N. -imposed cease-fire goes into effect after a month of warfare that has killed more than 900 people. Cuban state television airs the first photos of Fidel Castro since he stepped down as president to recover from surgery, showing the bedridden Cuban leader talking with his brother Raul as well as Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Actor Bruno Kirby dies in Los Angeles at age 57. 2011: Syria uses gunboats for the first time to crush the uprising against Bashar Assad’s regime. Keegan Bradley wins the PGA Championship after staging an amazing comeback to force a three-hole playoff and beat Jason Dufner at Atlanta Athletic Club. 1991: Defense attorneys James Lewis and Samuel Amendolara say the prosecution has not provided evidence to support a death-penalty specification against Kenneth Biros, charged in the murder and dismemberment of Tami Engstrom in February. Voinovich commits to a $40,000 study to determine the feasibility of concentrating area state offices in downtown Youngstown. By a 3-2 vote, the Liberty Board of Education votes against a motion to accept tuition-paying students. Voting for the proposal were J. Phillip Davidson and Connie Fibus. 1976: The Youngstown Board of Control approves the sale of a one-third-acre lot on the East End to Weatherbee Coats Inc. for future expansion. Coe of Canfield, the first physician to administer the wonder drugs penicillin and sulfa in Greater Youngstown, dies of a heart attack at the age of 79. Donald G. Baker, chief of police in Youngstown since 1970, is designated executive director of... 1966: The Mahoning County Community College should plan for an ultimate enrollment of 7,500 students by 1975, says the college board of trustees. Jacqueline Ruth Lewis is chosen to represent Youngstown in the grand finale of the Miss America Teen-Ager Contest in Palisades Amusement Park in New Jersey. Hammack, superintendent of Fowler- Vienna School District, resigns to take a position as assistant professor at Youngstown University. 1941: The British War Relief Society is sponsoring a Youngstown Browns vs. Zanesville Cubs baseball game to raise more funds to help Britons affected by the war. The game will be played at Idora Park. Recognition of the patriotism of two Ohio representatives in Congress, Michael Kirwan of Youngstown and Dow Harter of Akron, is contained in editorials in The Cleveland Press and The Cleveland Plain Dealer. Plans for a new bridge across the Mahoning River at Lowellville hit a snag when the Army Engineers demand.
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George Coe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
George Coe (May 10, 1929 – July 18, 2015) was an American film, stage and television actor.
George Coe - IMDb
George Coe, Actor: Kramer vs. Kramer. George Coe was born on May 10, 1929 in Jamaica, Queens, New York City, New York, USA as George Julian Cohen. He was an actor and ...
George Coe - Wikipedia
George Coe (Queens, 10 maggio 1929 – Santa Monica (Stati Uniti d'America), 18 luglio 2015) è stato un attore e regista statunitense. Ha frequentato la Università ...
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