On this date- June 6

Today Danny Webb is 60. Today is also the birthday of Paul Giamatti, Jason Isaacs, Robert Englund, Sandra Bernhard, Colin Quinn, Harvey Fierstein, Max Casella, Ellie Kendrick, Hirokazu Koreeda, Jonathan Nolan, Danny Strong, Natalie Morales, and the late Billie Whitelaw, Chantal Akerman, Maria Montez, Sam Simon, Judith Barsi, Thomas Mann, and Kenneth Connor, who would be 100. Jack Haley died 39 years ago in 1979 at age 81. Anne Bancroft died 13 years ago in 2005 at age 73. Esther Williams died five years ago in 2013 at age 91.

On this date- June 5

Today Peggy Stewart is 95, and Nick Kroll is 40. Today is also the birthday of Mark Wahlberg, Jeff Garlin, Ron Livingston, Susan Lynch, Chad Allen, Kenny G, Liza Weil, Laurie Anderson, Suze Orman, Troye Sivan, Pete Wentz, Lisa Cholodenko, Kathleen Kennedy, Roger Michell, David Hare, and the late Tony Richardson, Jacques Demy, Spalding Gray, Robert Lansing, William Boyd, Warren Frost, Daniel von Bargen, John Abbott, Herb Vigran, Henry Levin, and Pancho Villa. Vito Scotti died 22 years ago in 1996 at age 78. Mel Tormé died 19 years ago in 1999 at age 73. Ronald Reagan died 14 years ago in 2004 at age 93. Ray Bradbury died six years ago in 2012 at age 91.

On this date- June 3

Today is the birthday of Imogen Poots, Anderson Cooper, Penelope Wilton, Jason Jones, James Purefoy, Bill Paterson, Sebastian Armesto, Irma P. Hall, Masami Nagasawa, Larry McMurtry, Daniela Vega, Tate Taylor, and the late Tony Curtis, Josephine Baker, Paulette Goddard, Leo Gorcey, Chuck Barris, Allen Ginsberg, Curtis Mayfield, Ellen Corby, Maurice Evans, Colleen Dewhurst, Alain Resnais, Robert Z’Dar, Edward Winter, John Kellogg, Roy Glenn, Melissa Mathison, Anthony Harvey, and Herk Harvey. Franz Kafka died 96 years ago in 1924 at age 40. Ozzie Nelson died 43 years ago in 1975 at age 69. Roberto Rossellini died 41 years ago in 1977 at age 71. Robert Morley died 26 years ago in 1992 at age 84. Anthony Quinn died 17 years ago in 2001 at age 86. David Carradine died nine years ago in 2009 at age 72. Rue McClanahan died eight years ago in 2010 at age 76. James Arness died seven years ago in 2011 at age 88. Muhammad Ali died two years ago in 2016 at age 74.

Every Film and TV Series I Own That I Have Not Seen

Comedy Shorts
His Favorite Pastime (Mar. 16, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Cruel, Cruel Love (Mar. 26, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
The Star Boarder (Apr. 4, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Mabel at the Wheel (Apr. 8, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Twenty Minutes of Love (Apr. 20, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Caught in a Cabaret (Apr. 27, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Caught in the Rain (May 4, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
A Busy Day (May 7, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
The Fatal Mallet (June 1, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
The Knockout (June 11, 1914, Charles Chaplin, Fatty Arbuckle)
Mabel’s Busy Day (June 13, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Mabel’s Married Life (June 20, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Laughing Gas (July 9, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
The Property Man (Aug. 1, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
The Face on the Barroom Floor (Aug. 10, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Recreation (Aug. 13, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
The Masquerader (Aug. 27, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
His New Profession (Aug. 31, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
The Rounders (Sept. 7, 1914, Charles Chaplin, Fatty Arbuckle)
The New Janitor (Sept. 24, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Those Love Pangs (Oct. 10, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Dough and Dynamite (Oct. 26, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Gentlemen of Nerve (Oct. 29, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
His Musical Career (Nov. 7, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
His Trysting Places (Nov. 9, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Leading Lizzie Astray (Nov. 30, 1914, Fatty Arbuckle)
Getting Acquainted (Dec. 5, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
His Prehistoric Past (Dec. 7, 1914, Charles Chaplin)
Mabel and Fatty’s Wash Day (Jan. 14, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
Fatty and Mabel’s Simple Life (Jan. 18, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
Fatty and Mabel at the San Diego Exposition (Jan. 23, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
Fatty’s New Role (Feb. 1, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
His New Job (Feb. 1, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
Mabel and Fatty’s Married Life (Feb. 11, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
A Night Owl (Feb. 15, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
Fatty’s Restless Fling (Mar. 4, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
Fatty’s Chance Acquaintance (Mar. 8, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
The Champion (Mar. 11, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
That Little Band of Gold (Mar. 15, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
In the Park (Mar. 18, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
Fatty’s Faithful Fido (Mar. 20, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
A Jitney Elopement (Apr. 1, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
When Love Took Wings (Apr. 1, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
The Tramp (Apr. 12, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
Wished on Mabel (Apr. 19, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
By the Sea (Apr. 29, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
Mabel’s Wilful Way (May 1, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
His Regeneration (May 7, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
Fatty’s Plucky Pup (June 18, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
Work (June 21, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
A Woman (July 12, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
Fatty’s Tintype Tangle (July 26, 1915, Fatty Arbuckle)
The Bank (Aug. 9, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
Shanghaied (Oct. 4, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
A Night in the Show (Nov. 15, 1915, Charles Chaplin)
He Did and He Didn’t (Jan. 30, 1916, Fatty Arbuckle)
A Burlesque on Carmen (Apr. 10, 1916, Charles Chaplin)
Police (May 27, 1916, Charles Chaplin)
The Waiters’ Ball (June 25, 1916, Fatty Arbuckle)
Charlie’s White Elephant (1916, Charles Chaplin)
Coney Island (Oct. 29, 1917, Fatty Arbuckle)
Triple Trouble (Aug. 11, 1918, Charles Chaplin)
Love (Mar. 2, 1919, Fatty Arbuckle)
Leap Year (Mar. 26, 1922, Fatty Arbuckle)
Picking Peaches (1924, Harry Langdon)
Smile Please (1924, Harry Langdon)
His New Mamma (1924, Harry Langdon)
The First 100 Years (1924, Harry Langdon)
The Luck o’ the Foolish (1924, Harry Langdon)
The Hansom Cabman (1924, Harry Langdon)
All Night Long (1924, Harry Langdon)
Feet of Mud (1924, Harry Langdon)
The Sea Squawk (Jan. 4, 1925, Harry Langdon)
Boobs in the Wood (Feb. 1, 1925, Harry Langdon)
His Marriage Wow (1925, Harry Langdon)
Plain Clothes (1925, Harry Langdon)
Remember When? (Lost & Found) (Apr. 14, 1925, Harry Langdon)
Curses (May 21, 1925, Fatty Arbuckle)
Lucky Stars (Aug. 16, 1925, Harry Langdon)
The Movies (Oct. 4, 1925, Fatty Arbuckle)
There He Goes (surviving extract, Nov. 29, 1925, Harry Langdon)
My Stars (Jan. 17, 1926, Fatty Arbuckle)
Saturday Afternoon (Jan. 31, 1926, Harry Langdon)
Fool’s Luck (Mar. 21, 1926, Fatty Arbuckle)
Fiddlesticks (Nov. 27, 1927, Harry Langdon)
Soldier Man (May 1, 1926, Harry Langdon)
His First Flame (May 3, 1927, Harry Langdon)
Bridge Wives (Feb. 21, 1932, Fatty Arbuckle)
Knight Duty (1933, Harry Langdon)
Hooks and Jabs (Aug. 25, 1933, Harry Langdon)
Love, Honor and Obey (the Law) (1935, Harry Langdon)
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Fritz Lang
-Harakiri (Dec. 18, 1919)
-The Spiders: Part 2 (Feb. 2, 1920)
-The Wandering Shadow (Dec. 25, 1920)
-Four Around the Woman (Feb. 3, 1921)
-Destiny (Oct. 6, 1921)
-Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler (Apr. 27, 1922)
-Die Nibelungen: Siegfried (Feb. 14, 1924)/Die N: Kriemhild’s Revenge (Apr. 26, 1924)
-Spies (Mar. 22, 1928)
-Woman in the Moon (Oct. 15, 1929)
Carl Theodor Dreyer
-Die Gezeichneten (Feb. 7, 1922)
-Der var engang (Oct. 3, 1922)
-Michael (Sept. 26, 1924)
-Master of the House (Oct. 5, 1925)
-The Bride of Glomdal (Jan. 1, 1926)
Two People (Mar. 23, 1945)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Sept. 2, 1923, Wallace Worsley)
A Woman of Paris (Sept. 26, 1923, Charles Chaplin)
Jean Renoir
-Whirlpool (Mar. 20, 1925)
-Nana (Apr. 27, 1926)
-Charleston Parade (short, Mar. 19, 1927)
-La Chienne (Nov. 20, 1931)
-The Elusive Corporal (May 23, 1962)
-The Doctor’s Horrible Experiment (Aug 31, 1959)
Strike (Apr. 28, 1925, Sergei M. Eisenstein)
F.W. Murnau
-Faust (Sept. 20, 1926)
-Tabu (Mar. 18, 1931)
Alfred Hitchcock
-Downhill (Oct. 24, 1927)
-The Manxman (Jan. 21, 1929)
-Murder! (July 31, 1930)
-The Skin Game (Feb. 26, 1931)
-Rich and Strange (Dec. 10, 1931)
-The Paradine Case (Dec. 30, 1947)
-Under Capricorn (Sept. 8, 1949)
-I Confess (Feb. 12, 1953)
-Marnie (July 9, 1964)
-Torn Curtain (July 14, 1966)
-Family Plot (Mar. 21, 1976)
The Front Page (Mar. 19, 1931, Lewis Milestone)
Man of the World (Mar. 28, 1931, Richard Wallace)
Night After Night (Oct. 29, 1932, Archie Mayo)
If I Had a Million (Nov. 18, 1932, James Cruze, H. Bruce Humberstone, Ernst Lubitsch, Norman Z. McLeod, Lothar Mendes, Stephen Roberts, William A. Seiter, Norman Taurog)
Max Ophüls
-Liebelei (Feb. 24, 1933)
-Caught (Wild Calendar)- Feb. 17, 1949
-The Earrings of Madam De… (Sept. 16, 1953)
Design for Living (Nov. 22, 1933, Ernst Lubitsch)
Alice in Wonderland (Dec. 18, 1933, Norman Z. McLeod)
We’re Not Dressing (Apr. 25, 1934, Norman Taurog)
Goin’ to Town (Apr. 25, 1935, Alexander Hall)
Hands Across the Table (Oct. 18, 1935, Mitchell Leisen)
The Bohemian Girl (Feb. 14, 1936, James W. Horne, Charley Rogers)
Love Before Breakfast (Mar. 9, 1936, Walter Lang)
The Princess Comes Across (May 22, 1936, William K. Howard)
Go West Young Man (Nov. 13, 1936, Henry Hathaway)
Marcel Carné
-Drôle de Drame (Oct. 20, 1937)
-Les Visiteurs du Soir (Dec. 5, 1942)
-Children of Paradise (Mar. 9, 1945)
True Confession (Dec. 24, 1937, Wesley Ruggles)
Swiss Miss (May 20, 1938, John G. Blystone)
Starring Bob Hope
-Thanks for the Memory (Nov. 11, 1938, George Archainbaud)
-The Cat and the Canary (Oct. 27, 1939, Elliott Nugent)
-Nothing But the Truth (Oct. 10, 1941, Elliott Nugent)
Only Angels Have Wings (May 11, 1939, Howard Hawks)
John Ford
-Young Mr. Lincoln (May 30, 1939)
-How Green Was My Valley (Oct. 28, 1941)
Kenji Mizoguchi
-The Story of the Last Chrysanthemum (Oct. 10, 1939)
-Ugetsu (Mar. 26, 1953)
Universal Monster Films
-The Invisible Man Returns (Jan. 12, 1940, Joe May)
-The Invisible Woman (Dec. 27, 1940, A. Edward Sutherland)
-Invisible Agent (July 31, 1942, Edwin L. Marin)
-The Invisible Man’s Revenge (June 9, 1944, Ford Beebe)
-She-Wolf of London (May 17, 1946, Jean Yarbrough)
-Revenge of the Creature (Mar. 29, 1955, Jack Arnold)
Roberto Rossellini
-A Pilot Returns (Apr. 8, 1942)
-Stromboli (Feb. 15, 1950)
-Europe ’51 (Sept. 12, 1952)
-Journey to Italy (Sept. 7, 1954)
Billy Wilder
-Five Graves to Cairo (May 26, 1943)
-A Foreign Affair (June 30, 1948)
Detour (Nov. 16, 1945, Edward G. Ulmer)
Gentleman’s Agreement (Nov. 11, 1947, Elia Kazan)
Le Silence de la Mer (Apr. 22, 1949, Jean-Pierre Melville)
Michelangelo Antonioni
-I Vinti (Sept. 4, 1953)
-Love in the City (Nov. 27, 1953, dir. with Federico Fellini, Alberto Lattuada, Carlo Lizzani, Francesco Maselli, Dino Risi, Cesare Zavattini)
-Le Amiche (Sept. 6, 1955)
Tokyo Story (Nov. 3, 1953, Yasujirô Ozu)
By Brakhage (1954 – 2003)
Visual effets by Ray Harryhausen
-It Came from Beneath the Sea (July 1955)
-20 Million Miles to Earth (June 1957)
Satyajit Ray
-Pather Panchali (Aug. 26, 1955)
-Aparajito (Oct. 11, 1956)
-Apur Sansar (May 1, 1959)
Ed Wood
-The Violent Years (1956) written by only
-Night of the Ghouls (1959)
Robert Bresson
-A Man Escaped (Nov. 11, 1956)
-Pickpocket (Dec. 16, 1959)
Touch of Evil (Feb. 1958, Orson Welles)
Le Beau Serge (June 6, 1958, Claude Chabrol)
The Hidden Fortress (Dec. 28, 1958, Akira Kurosawa)
The Diary of Anne Frank (Mar. 18, 1959, George Stevens)
John Cassavetes
-Shadows (Nov. 11, 1959)
-Faces (Mar. 1968)
-The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (Feb. 15, 1976)
The Battle of the Sexes (Feb. 25, 1960, Charles Crichton)
Sam Peckinpah
-The Deadly Companions (June 6, 1961)
-Noon Wine (Nov. 23, 1966)
-Junior Bonner (Aug. 2, 1972)
-The Getaway (Dec. 16, 1972)
-The Killer Elite (Dec. 17, 1975)
-Convoy (June 10, 1978)
The Innocents (Nov. 24, 1961, Jack Clayton)
François Truffaut
-Jules and Jim (Jan. 23, 1962)
-The Bride Wore Black (Mar. 22, 1968)
Andrei Tarkovsky
-Ivan’s Childhood (Apr. 6, 1962)
-Andrei Rublev (Dec. 1966)
Luis Buñuel
-The Exterminating Angel (May 16, 1962)
-Belle de Jour (May 24, 1967)
Francis Ford Coppola
-The Terror (June 17, 1963, uncredited)
-Dementia 13 (Sept. 25, 1963)
Woman in the Dunes (Feb. 15, 1964, Hiroshi Teshigahara)
Jean-Luc Godard
-Band of Outsiders (July 29, 1964)
-Pierrot le Fou (Aug. 29, 1965)
-Weekend (Dec. 29, 1967)
The Deadly Bees (Dec. 23, 1966, Freddie Francis)
King Kong Escapes (July 22, 1967, Ishirô Honda)
Far from the Madding Crowd (Oct. 16, 1967, John Schlesinger)
Playtime (Dec. 16, 1967, Jacques Tati)
Federico Fellini
-Spirits of the Dead (May 17, 1968, dir. with Louis Malle, Roger Vadim)
-Fellini’s Satyricon (Sept. 4, 1969)
-Amarcord (Dec. 13, 1973)
Hang ‘Em High (May 31, 1968, Ted Post)
The Devil Rides Out (July 20, 1968, Terence Fisher)
The Night They Raided Minsky’s (Dec. 21, 1968, William Friedkin)
Death in Venice (Mar. 1, 1971, Luchino Visconti)
Jack Nicholson
-Drive, He Said (May 24, 1971)
-A Safe Place (Oct. 15, 1971, starring, dir. Henry Jaglom)
-The King of Marvin Gardens (Oct. 12, 1972, starring, dir. Bob Rafelson)
The Devils (July 16, 1971, Ken Russell)
Paul Verhoeven
-Diary of a Hooker (Sept. 10, 1971)
-Turkish Delight (Feb. 22, 1973)
-Katie Tippel (Mar. 6, 1975)
-Soldier of Orange (Sept. 22, 1977)
-Spetters (Feb. 28, 1980)
-The 4th Man (Mar. 24, 1983)
The Last Picture Show (Oct. 2, 1971, Peter Bogdanovich)
Rainer Werner Fassbinder
-The Merchant of Four Seasons (Feb. 10, 1972)
-The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (June 25, 1972)
-Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day (Oct. 29, 1972 – Mar. 18, 1973)
-World on a Wire (Oct. 14, 1973)
-Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (Mar. 5, 1974)
-Fox and His Friends (May 15, 1975)
What the Peeper Saw (Oct. 14, 1972, James Kelley, Andrea Bianchi)
Female Prisoner Scorpion
-Female Prisoner Scorpion: Beast Stable (July 29, 1973, Shun’ya Itô)
-Female Prisoner Scorpion: #701’s Grudge Song (Dec. 29, 1973, Yasuharu Hasebe)
Papillon (Dec. 16, 1973, Franklin J. Schaffner)
Seizure (1974, Oliver Stone)
Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance (June 15, 1974, Toshiya Fujita)
John Woo
-The Young Dragons (July 25, 1974)
-The Dragon Tamers (Mar. 15, 1975)
Lenny (Nov. 10, 1974, Bob Fosse)
The Giant Spider Invasion (Oct. 1975, Bill Rebane)
Hal Ashby
-Bound for Glory (Dec. 5, 1976)
-Coming Home (Feb. 15, 1978)
Robert Altman
-3 Women (Apr. 3, 1977)
-The Gingerbread Man (Jan. 23, 1998)
Werner Herzog
-Stroszek (May 20, 1977)
-Woyzeck (May 25, 1979, Werner Herzog)
-Where the Green Ants Dream (May 1984)
-Ballad of the Little Soldier (Nov. 5, 1984)
-Cobra Verde (Dec. 3, 1987)
-Lessons of Darkness (Feb. 21, 1992)
-Little Dieter Needs to Fly (Aug. 29, 1997)
-My Best Fiend (May 17, 1999)
The Duellists (May 22, 1977, Ridley Scott)
Ingmar Bergman
-The Serpent’s Egg (Oct. 26, 1977)
-Autumn Sonata (Oct. 8, 1978)
-The Making of Autumn Sonata (Oct. 18, 1978)
-Fårö Document 1979 (Dec. 24, 1979)
-From the Life of the Marionettes (July 13, 1980)
-Fanny and Alexander (Dec. 17, 1983)
-After the Rehearsal (Apr. 9, 1984)
-The Making of Fanny and Alexander (Sept. 16, 1984)
-Saraband (Dec. 1, 2003)
Thirst (Sept. 28, 1979, Rod Hardy)
Tess (Oct. 25, 1979, Roman Polanski)
Inferno (Feb. 7, 1980, Dario Argento)
The Stunt Man (June 27, 1980, Richard Rush)
Tobe Hooper
-The Funhouse (Mar. 13, 1981)
-Lifeforce (June 21, 1985)
Deadly Blessing (Aug. 14, 1981, Wes Craven)
Pedro Almodóvar
-Labyrinth of Passion (Sept. 29, 1982)
-Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (Dec. 12, 1989)
-High Heels (Oct. 23, 1991)
-Kika (Oct. 29, 1993)
-Bad Education (Mar. 19, 2004)
The Verdict (Dec. 7, 1982, Sidney Lumet)
Stranger Than Paradise (May 16, 1984, Jim Jarmusch)
Once Upon a Time in America (May 20, 1984, Sergio Leone)
Silent Night, Deadly Night (Nov. 9, 1984, Charles E. Seillier Jr.)
Prince of Darkness (Oct. 21, 1987, John Carpenter)
Killer Klowns from Outer Space (May 27, 1988, Stephen Chiodo)
Rain Man (Dec. 12, 1988, Barry Levinson)
Resurrected (Feb. 1989, Paul Greengrass)
Blue Steel (July 1, 1989, Kathryn Bigelow)
Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Brokenhearted (1990, David Lynch)
Whit Stillman
-Metropolitan (Jan. 1990)
-Barcelona (June 1994)
The Long Day Closes (May 13, 1992, Terence Davies)
Michael Mann
-The Last of the Mohicans (Aug. 26, 1992)
-Ali (Dec. 11, 2001)
Grey Knight (Mar. 7, 1993, George Hickenlooper)
Shadowlands (Dec. 25, 1993, Richard Attenborough)
Richard Curtis
-Four Weddings and a Funeral (Jan. 20, 1994, written by, dir. Mike Newell)
-Love Actually (Sept. 7, 2003)
Ang Lee
-Eat Drink Man Woman (Aug. 3, 1994)
-Hulk (June 17, 2003)
Casa de Lava (1994, Pedro Costa)
Desperado (May 1995, Robert Rodriguez)
The Game (Sept. 3, 1997, David Fincher)
Rosetta (May 22, 1999, Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne)
Three Kings (Sept. 27, 1999, David O. Russell)
The Cell (Aug. 17, 2000, Tarsem Singh)
The Gift (Dec. 18, 2000, Sam Raimi)
The Happiness of the Katakuris (Oct. 31, 2001, Takashi Miike)
Dark Water (Jan. 19, 2002, Hideo Nakata)
25th Hour (Dec. 16, 2002, Spike Lee)
The Matrix
-The Animatrix (Apr. 17, 2003, Peter Chung, Andrew R. Jones, Yoshiaki Kawajiri, Takeshi Koike, Mahiro Maeda, Kôji Morimoto, Shinichirô Watanabe)
-The Matrix Revolutions (Oct. 27, 2003, The Wachowskis)
Evil (Sept. 24, 2005, Giorgos Nousias)
Secret Sunshine (May 17, 2007, Chang-dong Lee)
Margot at the Wedding (Aug. 31, 2007, Noah Baumbach)
Livid (Sept. 11, 2011, Alexandre Bustillo, Julien Maury)
Nymphomaniac: Vol. I and II: Director’s Cut (Feb. 9, 2014, Lars von Trier)
Upsidedown Cross (Sept. 25, 2014, William Hellfire)
American Honey (May 15, 2016, Andrea Arnold)
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TV Series
The Amos ’n Andy Show: The Complete Series (June 28, 1951 – Apr. 1953)
The Phil Silvers Show: The Complete Series (Sept. 20, 1955 – June 17, 1959)
Get Smart: Seasons Three and Four (Sept. 16, 1967 – Mar. 29, 1969)
Miami Vice (TV series, Sept. 16, 1984 – Jan. 25, 1990)
King of the Hill (Jan. 12, 1997 – May 11, 1997)
The Simpsons: Seasons 13 and 14 (Nov. 6, 2001 – May 18, 2003)

 

On this date- June 2

Today Charles Haid is 75, Jerry Mathers is 70, Navid Negahban and Beetlejuice are 50, and Dominic Cooper and Justin Long are 40. Today is also the birthday of Dana Carvey, Zachary Quinto, Stacy Keach, Charlie Watts, Dennis Haysbert, Wentworth Miller, Morena Baccarin, Liam Cunningham, Wayne Brady, Sally Kellerman, James Ransone, Dr. Cornel West, Joanna Gleason, A.J. Styles, Lasse Hallström, Kevin Feige, Lisandro Alonso, and the late Johnny Weissmuller, Marvin Hamlisch, Thomas Hardy, Marquis de Sade, Milo O’Shea, Max Showalter, Chief John Big Tree, Bruno S., and Lotte Reiniger. Jean Hersholt died 62 years ago in 1956 at age 69. George S. Kaufman died 57 years ago in 1961 at age 71. Leo Gorcey died 49 years ago in 1969 at age 51. Stephen Boyd died 41 years ago in 1977 at age 45. Jim Hutton died 39 years ago in 1979 at age 45. Rex Harrison and Jack Gilford died 28 years ago in 1990. Harrison was 82. Gilford was 81. Imogene Coca died 17 years ago in 2001 at age 92. Mel Ferrer and Bo Diddley died ten years ago in 2008. Ferrer was 90. Diddley was 79. Richard Dawson and Kathryn Joosten died six years ago in 2012. Dawson was 79. Joosten was 72. Peter Sallis died one year ago in 2017 at age 96.

On this date- June 1

Today is the birthday of Morgan Freeman, Amy Schumer, Brian Cox, Alanis Morissette, Ronnie Wood, Tom Holland, Jonathan Pryce, Rene Auberjonois, Pat Boone, Richard Erdman, Paula Malcomson, Teri Polo, Sarah Wayne Callies, Rick Gomez, Heidi Klum, Gareth Edwards, and the late Marilyn Monroe, Andy Griffith, Powers Boothe, Edward Woodward, Cleavon Little, Frank Morgan, and Aubrey Morris. Leslie Howard died 75 years ago in 1943 at age 50. Adolf Eichmann was hanged 56 years ago in 1962 at age 56. Helen Keller died fifty years ago in 1968 at age 87.