Timelines for year 1962
Was sidelined for two months in 1962 with a circulatory blockage in his left index finger and still led the National League in earned run average.
From 1962 to 1966 he led the National League in earned-run-average and shutouts and pitched four no-hitters (one a perfect game).
His book "Tennessee Ernie Ford's Book of Favorite Hymns" was a best-seller in its fleid when it was published in 1962, and a companion record album on Capitol Records was released later that same year.
The third of five children, she also has two half-brothers and two half-sisters from her father's second marriage in 1962.
Singer, Tommy Roe had a No.1 hit record hit in the United States and in Australia in 1962 with the song, "Sheila" and the following year scored two Top 10 hits with "Everybody" and the critically acclaimed "The Folk Singer." He scored another No.1 hit with his song "Dizzy" in 1969.
The last commercial on American television for cigarettes aired on January 1, 1971 at 11:59 p.m. EST during a break of "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962). The commercial was for Virginia Slims and featured Hamel.
Left Buffalo Springfield prior to their appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) in 1967. He was replaced for that gig, as well as their appearance at the Monterey Pop Festival, by his future bandmate in Crosby Stills Nash & Young, David Crosby.
Had a #5 pop hit with "Love Letters" in 1962.
Acting-wise, he is still best remembered for his co-starring role of navy man Lester Gruber on the TV series "McHale's Navy" (1962) starring Ernest Borgnine and Tim Conway.
In honour of Bill Clinton turning 50, John Kennedy Jr. had Drew pose as Marilyn Monroe on the cover of his magazine, "George", with the heading, "Happy Birthday, Mr. President", which Marilyn Monroe sang to his father at the now-infamous 19 May 1962 Birthday Salute to President John F. Kennedy. (September 1996).
Did various voices including Nikita Khrushchev on "The First Family" albums starring Vaughn Meader in 1962 and 1963.
Used to appear on "The Merv Griffin Show" (1962) wearing a hood and was billed as "The Covered Man" before becoming nationally known on "Starsky and Hutch" (1975).
Retired from acting in 1962 and eventually sold real estate.
As a little kid, he was a fan of the following shows: "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1962), "Bewitched" (1964) and "Batman" (1966).
Led NFL in Passing Yards (3,261) in 1962.
He was not, as sometimes thought, named after Fletcher Christian, especially since Mutiny on the Bounty (1962) was made three years after he was born. He was in fact named after his father's close friend Christian Marquand.
Father of actress Linda Henning with whom he shares a birthday, and on whom he partially based the "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1962) character Elly May Clampett.
On Feb. 7, 1962, Payton was arrested for prostitution when she propositioned an undercover cop in a Sunset Boulevard bar.
She was stabbed in 1962 by a drunk and received 38 stitches to heal the wound.
Worked with (the late) Vic Morrow on the TV series "Combat!" (1962), with Vic's daughter, Jennifer Jason Leigh in several films including Short Cuts (1993), and with Vic's ex-wife (and Jennifer's mother) Barbara Turner on The Company (2003).