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This Day in Film History:
June 24


1904:

Laszlo Lowenstein, later known to the world as Peter Lorre, is born in Rozsahegy, Austria-Hungary (now Ruzomberok, Slovakia).

1954:

Humphrey Bogart, Jose Ferrer and Fred MacMurray star in The Caine Mutiny.

2003:

The only director to win an Oscar for an X-rated film (Midnight Cowboy, 1969), John Schleshinger dies in Palm Springs, California.





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