This Day In Film History (June 11)

This Day in Film History:

June 11

1933:
Jerome Silberman, later known as the Frederick Frankenstein...no, sorry, Gene Wilder, is born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

1969:
Paramount releases True Grit. John Wayne eventually wins his only Best Actor Oscar for his work in the film.

1979:
Cancer claims the life of American film icon Marion Michael Morrison, aka John Wayne, in California. 

1982:
E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial debuts.

1993:
Jurassic Park opens. The DTS sound system makes its debut.

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