Timelines for year 1965
Pitched a perfect game against the Chicago Cubs on Septemver 9, 1965. Struck out 382 batters that season, a major league record that stood until 1973, when Nolan Ryan posted 383 strikeouts.
He was selected to pitch in the opening game of the 1965 World Series -- a singular honor for a pitcher -- but turned it down because it conflicted with Yom Kippur, the Jewish holiday.
Was originally cast in the role of Christian Rudd in The Cincinnati Kid (1965) by producer Martin Ransohoff, who had her under contract. She was replaced with Tuesday Weld by the film's director, Norman Jewison, after Sam Peckinpah was fired several days into filming by Ransohoff. Ransohoff was dismayed by Peckinpah's desire to shoot the film in black and white and to feature Tate in a nude scene.
Auditioned for the role of Liesl in The Sound of Music (1965) that went to Charmian Carr.
She became the first performer on daytime television to play five separate characters at the same time on "Days of Our Lives" (1965) in 1998, a feat that won her an Emmy nomination as Best Actress.
Once fell asleep in his square during a taping of "The Hollywood Squares" (1965).
Desperately wanted the role of Shaleen of the film Cat Ballou (1965) but was never offered it.
Character actress best known for her role on "Days of Our Lives" (1965) in 1975-1976 (82 appearances), as housekeeper Adele Winston Hamilton, mother of the secret illegitimate daughter (Brooke Hamilton) of her employer Bob Anderson.
After the 1965 Watts race riots, she helped fund two preschool programs for poor families in the South Los Angeles neighborhood.
In 1965, due to contractual considerations with Vall singing at an even higher pitch, The Four Seasons released two singles as "The Wonder Who": "Don't Think Twice It's All Right" (#12 US Pop) and "(Look Down) That Lonesome Road" (#89 US Pop).
For eight years (from its inception in 1966) the grizzly, stocky storyteller occupied the lower left square of "The Hollywood Squares" (1965) game show as his 'Charley Weaver' character. A major stroke took him off the show for a time, but he eventually returned, much more gaunt looking, and remained until his death in 1974 of a heart attack. Comedian George Gobel replaced him.
In 1965, she was arrested and charged with possession of heroin and a hypodermic syringe. The charges were dismissed, due to "insufficient evidence."
Best remembered by the public for his starring role as Sgt. Morgan O'Rourke on the western spoof "F Troop" (1965).
He tested for the role of "Austin Reed" at the same time as Patrick Muldoon. The "Days of Our Lives" (1965) casting agent loved Jason, but said he played the role a little older than they wanted to go. When the character of "Peter Blake" came up, they hired Jason without another audition.
Founded the Association of Asian/Pacific American Artists, as a means to promoting unbiased representation on screen of Asian/American performers. In 1965, co-founded East-West Players, an Asian-American repertory company.
Was on an episode of "The Dating Game" (1965) before he was famous in 1966. He won a date with an old friend named Marscha Walker, whom he had not seen in three years. He appeared on the show again the next year and won again. He wore the same shirt and jacket.
One daughter: Alexis Stewart (b. 27 September 1965).
Was a disc jockey and record producer in the San Francisco area before becoming a recording artist. As a producer he worked for Autumn Records, which was The Beau Brummels' label, and he produced the Bobby Freeman 1965 hit "C'mon and Swim" on that label.
Attended Loyola High School class of 1965 and Loyola College class of 1969. Major: English Literature.
Lee knocked out Wong Jack-Man in Oakland, CA, in a 1965 no-holds-barred challenge match. It was Lee's last official fight. It lasted three minutes.