Timelines for year 1913
His mother was Princess Laure Louise Napoléone Eugénie Caroline Murat. She was born on November 13, 1913, and died on May 10, 1986.
Parents: Dorothy (1913-1968) and Al (1911-1988).
Founded Bosworth Inc., a film production company active from 1913-1916, when it was merged into Famous Players-Lasky Corp.
Founded Box Office Attractions, a film production/distribution company active from 1913-1914, when he was replaced by the Wiliam Fox Vaudeville Co.
His father was the legendary bookie and Las Vegas Casino owner/manager/executive Carl Cohen (1913-1986) best remembered for punching Frank Sinatra's in the face at The Sands in 1967. A belligerent Sinatra got tough and was yelling threateningly at Cohen because he was denied casino credit - unaware of new casino rules just put into effect. The Sands was known as the "playpen" of the "Rat Pack" and Sinatra was a longtime Sands attraction at the time of the incident. Within a week Sinatra took his show to Caesar's Palace. Cohen later became a vice-president at both the Sands and MGM Grand hotels.
Assistant Secretary of the Navy from 1913 until 1920.
Began as a prop man in 1913, joining Mack Sennet at Keystone the following year. Worked as editor for Samuel Goldwyn at United Artists, 1924-25 and 1929-34: at Paramount 1935-36. Graduated to second unit direction with John Ford's 'The Hurricane' in 1937. Full director at Paramount, 1940-42, occasionally on A-grade features. Subsequently free-lanced. Prolific as a director of episodic television from 1960 to 1964.
Chaplin's salary quickly rose during the Teens from $150 per week in 1913 for Keystone, $1250 per week at Essanay, and $10,000 per week with plus a $150,000 bonus at Mutual to $150,000 per film in 1918 at First National.
Not to be confused with the theater performer Marjorie Lane, who began appearing on Broadway in 1913, when this Marjorie was a year old.
U.S. congressional representative from Texas (1913-1961).
Managed the St. Louis Browns (1913-1915) and St. Louis Cardinals (1919-1925).
Started her working life as a switchboard operator in a commerce bank. Did some sittings as a photographer's model, then first show business job in the chorus line of 'Mademoiselle Modiste' at the age of eighteen. Trained as a singer and appeared on stage in 'Iolanthe' (1913,New York) and 'Parsifal' (1915,Paris). Worked as a vaudeville comedienne at the Palace in New York till commencement of her movie career in 1929.
Son Arthur born 1913.
Entered films in 1913 with Majestic and later appeared in several Keystone Kops comedies.
In 1913 he made wireless news reports to The Los Angeles Times on the Mexican revolution.
entered films in 1913.
Father, William Davis (born 1913) became a first-time grandparent at 88 when Geena, then 46, gave birth to her daughter Alizeh.
She once autographed an 8mm copy of her film The Battle at Elderbush Gulch (1913) for a young filmmaker named Harry McDevitt.
Marcus' great grandfather, Commodore Alfred Brown, was the first and only man to swim the Panama Canal. This was accomplished with permission from President Teddy Roosevelt in 1913, before the canal was opened to commercial traffic.
Enormously influential stage director, McClintic began his theatrical career as an actor, first appearing on Broadway in 1913. He branched out into producing in 1921 and directing the following year. He was married to actresses/producers Estelle Winwood (divorced) and Katharine Cornell (from 1921 until his death). McClintic remained active on Broadway until 1960 before his death in late 1961 at age 68.