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Saludo Amigos
   was released in   
1943
1943
   winner of the US Open Men's Singles was   
Lt. Jospeh R. Hunt
d. Jack Cramer
1943
   winner of the US Open Women's Singles was   
Pauline Betz
1943
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. St. Louis Cardinals
1943
   Time 'Person of the Year' was   
George Marshall
U.S. Army Chief Of Staff until 1945.
1943
   the winner was   
Angelo Bertelli
QB from Notre Dame
1943
   champions were   
Wyoming
Jim Morrison
   was born on   
December 8, 1943
Charismatic lead singer of the Doors
1943
   the winner was   
Jean Bartel
Los Angeles, California
1943
   the winner was   
Casablanca
Directed by Michael Curtiz for Warner Bros
1943
   the winner was   
Count Fleet
Johnny Longden - Triple Crown Winner
1943
   the winners were   
St Mary's Hospital I
1943
   the winner was   
Desert Victory
Examines the Battles at El Alamein and the Allied forces quest to drive Germany and Italy from North Africa.
James Earl Chaney
   was born on   
May 10, 1943
US civil rights activist
Donovan
   was born on   
May 10, 1943
[Leitch], Scotland, guitarist/folk singer (Mellow Yellow)
Bruce Raymond
   was born on   
May 10, 1943
Jockey
David Cronenberg
   was born on   
May 15, 1943
Filmmaker
Lebanon
   gained independence in   
1943
22 November. France (from League of Nations mandate under French administration)
1943
   Melbourne Cup winner was   
Dark Felt
Jockey - Vic Hartney, Trainer - Ray Webster, Owner - J. A. Cain, Time - 3.23.25
Ben Kingsley
   was born on   
December 31, 1943
British Actor
Don Novello
   was born on   
January 1, 1943
Father Guido Sarducci
1943
   Preakness Stakes winner was   
Count Fleet
Triple Crown winner -- Johnny Longden on board -- Trainer G. Donald Cameron -- Fannie Hertz -- 1:57.40
1943
   winner was   
Count Fleet
Triple Crown Winner with Johnny Longden up, Trainer: G. Donald Cameron, Owner: Fannie Hertz -- 2:28.20
1943
   winner was   
Count Fleet
John Longden up, Trainer: Don Cameron, Owner: Mrs. J. D. Hertz
1943
   was won by   
William Dobell
For the painting 'Joshua Smith'. William Dobell's 1943 portrait of the artist Joshua Smith won the Archibald prize, but was contested by two artists who had entered and lost the prize (Mary Edwards and Joseph Wolinski). The challenge was dismissed.
José P. Laurel
   became President in   
1943
October 14, 1943 - August 17, 1945. Following the attack on Pearl Harbour in W.W.II, President Manuel L. Quezon fled to Corregidor and then to the U.S. to establish a government-in-exile. Laurel was among the Commonwealth officials instructed by the Japanese Imperial Army to form a provisional government when they invaded and occupied the country.
United States Army Air Corps Jan 1943-June 1943
   is   

1943
   was won by   
Golden Jack
Dorothy Paget
Leon Culberson
   hit a natural cycle on   
July 3, 1943
Boston Red Sox outfielder against the Cleveland Indians in the American League. age 23
Hamilton Flying Wildcats
   won the Grey Cup in   
1943
Hamilton Flying Wildcats defeated Winnipeg RCAF Bombers 23-14 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 27, 1943
1943
   the winner was the   
Detroit Red Wings
1943 - 44
   was won by   
No One
The league was suspended due to the Second World War
Operation Mincemeat
   was the codename for the   
Successful British Deception to Disguise the 1943 Allied Invasion of Sicily
Two members of British intelligence obtained the body of Glyndwr Michael, a tramp who died from eating rat poison, dressed him as an officer of the Royal Marines and placed personal items on him identifying him as the fictitious Captain (Acting Major) William Martin. Correspondence between two British generals which suggested that the Allies planned to invade Greece and Sardinia, with Sicily as merely the target of a feint, was also placed on the body.
To Duck or Not To Duck (1943)
   featured   
Daffy Duck
Also featuring Elmer Fudd
Destination Tokyo (1943)
   has the last line:   
“To the Gallant Officers and Men of the Silent Service, to Our Submarines Now on War Patrol in Hostile Waters, Good Luck and Good Hunting.”
Super-Rabbit (1943)
   featured   
Bugs Bunny
The Wise Quacking Duck (1943)
   featured   
Daffy Duck
Yankee Doodle Daffy (1943)
   featured   
Daffy Duck
Also featuring Porky Pig
William A. Wellman
   directed   
The Ox-Bow Incident (1943)
I Walked With a Zombie (1943)
   has the tagline   
Who Said the Dead Don't Walk?
Porky Pig's Feat (1943)
   featured   
Porky Pig
Also featuring Daffy Duck
Fred Astaire
   was considered for the role of   
George M. Cohan in Yankee Doodle Dandy (1943)
James Cagney got the part
Alfred Hitchcock
   directed   
Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
Lon Chaney Jr
   was considered for the role of   
Enrique Claudin in Phantom of the Opera (1943)
Claude Rains got the part
Wackiki Wabbit (1943)
   featured   
Bugs Bunny
Daffy The Commando (1943)
   featured   
Daffy Duck
I Walked With a Zombie (1943)
   has the tagline   
She's Alive...yet Dead! She's Dead...yet Alive!
Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk (1943)
   featured   
Bugs Bunny
Rodgers & Hammerstein
   composed the musical   
Oklahoma (1943)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943)
   starred   
Gary Cooper, Akim Tamiroff and Ingrid Bergman
Director: Sam Wood






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