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Search Results for Year: 1944
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Number of Records Matching Query: 208
|Event Date: ||Thursday 5 October 1944|
|Description: ||Dinah Shore made the best-known version of this song, recording it twice.|
|Summary: ||Dinah Shore made the best-known version of this song, recording it twice. She first introduced it in the Universal Studios film Follow the Boys (1944) and taking it to the top of the charts (her first #1 hit)|
|Event Date: ||Tuesday 18 January 1944|
|Description: ||Paul John Keating was the 24th Prime Minister of Australia|
|Summary: ||Paul John Keating serving from 1991 to 1996. Keating was elected as the federal Labor member for Blaxland in 1969 and came to prominence as the reformist treasurer of the Hawke Labor government, which came to power at the 1983 election.|
|Event Date: ||Thursday 27 January 1944|
|Description: ||Guitar, Vocalist, Harmonica, Composer, Singer, Artist, Writer, Poet, Filmmaker|
|Event Date: ||Wednesday 1 March 1944|
|Description: ||Vocalist, Actor, Songwriter, Musician, Actor, Film producer, UK|
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