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This Day in Film History:
March 9


1958:

William Castle's Macabre opens. The first of Castle's gimmick films, admission to Macabre includes an insurance policy against "death by fright."

1960:

Joanne Woodward receives the first star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

1996:

Nathan Birnbaum, AKA George Burns, dies in Beverly Hills. He is interred with his wife, Gracie Allen.





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