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Art and culture
- 1861 - The Revue fantaisiste periodical is first published in France by Catulle Mendès
- 1946 - Zéro de conduite is first shown to a general audience after its 1933 ban.
- 2005 - YouTube, the popular Internet site on which videos may be shared and viewed by others, is launched in the United States.
- 1564 - Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer and physicist (d. 1642)
- 1748 - Jeremy Bentham, English jurist and philosopher (Panopticon) (d. 1832)
- 1820 - Susan B. Anthony, American feminist and suffragist (d. 1906)
- 1837 - Wilhelm Jensen, German writer (Gravida) (d. 1911)
- 1856 - Emil Kraepelin, German psychiatrist (d. 1926)
- 1861 - Alfred North Whitehead, English mathematician and philosopher (d. 1947)
- 1883 - Sax Rohmer, English author (d. 1959)
- 1899 - Georges Auric, French composer (Therese and Isabelle) (b. 1983)
- 1932 - Erika Remberg, Austrian actress noted for her part in (The Lickerish Quartet).
- 1941 - Florinda Bolkan, Brazilian actress
- 1941 - Brian Holland, American songwriter and producer
- 1948 - Art Spiegelman, American cartoonist (Maus)
- 1950 - Marie Liljedahl, Swedish actress
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