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This Day in Film History:
February 25


1901:

Herbert, AKA Zeppo Marx, the youngest Marx brother, is born in New York, New York.

1975:

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.

1995:

Tom Hanks (Forest Gump) and Jodie Foster (Nell) are among the winners at the first Screen Actors Guild Awards.





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