This Day in Film History:
Herbert, AKA Zeppo Marx, the youngest Marx brother, is born in New York, New York.
The first Los Angeles Critics Association Awards are held at Pips Club. Dog Day Afternoon and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest are named Best Picture.
Tom Hanks (Forest Gump) and Jodie Foster (Nell) are among the winners at the first Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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