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This Day in Film History:
September 20


1934:

Italian actress Sophia Loren is born in Pozzuoli, Italy.

1946:

The first Cannes Film Festival begins. The festival was originally scheduled to start in 1939, but was canceled with the outbreak of World War II.

1952:

Warner's cartoon Rabbit Seasoning, starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, and directed by Chuck Jones, is released. It is the second in a trilogy of 'verbal warfare' cartoons featuring Bugs and Daffy.

1964:

Actress Maggie Cheung is born in Hong Kong.





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