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* 1949 Patrick Hernandez, French singer and songwriter
* 1949 Horst Ludwig Störmer, German physicist, Nobel laureate
* 1949 Scott Turow, American writer
* 1874 Cyriel Verschaeve, Flemish clergyman ( d. 1949 )
* 1949 Phil Garner, American baseball manager
* 1949 António Guterres, Portuguese politician, Prime Minister of Portugal
* 1949 Jeff Cook, American singer-songwriter and musician ( Alabama )
* 1949 Dino Bravo, Italian-Canadian wrestler ( d. 1993 )
* 1949 Alan Campbell, Irish pastor
* 1949 Clarence Richard Silva, American bishop
* 1949 Jonathan Kellerman, American author
* 1949 Ted Simmons, American baseball player
* 1949 Bobby Clarke, Canadian ice hockey player
* 1949 Philippe Petit, French tightrope walker
* 1949 Jim Brunzell, American wrestler
* 1949 James Fallows, American journalist
* 1949 Bertalan Farkas, Hungarian astronaut
After 1890 came philosopher Josiah Royce ( 1855 1916 ), botanist Liberty Hyde Bailey ( 1858 1954 ), the Southern Agrarians of the 1920s and 1930s, novelist John Steinbeck ( 1902 1968 ), historian A. Whitney Griswold ( 1906 1963 ), environmentalist Aldo Leopold ( 1887 1948 ), Ralph Borsodi ( 1886 1977 ), and present-day authors Wendell Berry ( b. 1934 ), Gene Logsdon ( b. 1932 ), Paul Thompson, and Allan C. Carlson ( b. 1949 ).
* 1949 Kurmanbek Bakiyev, Kyrgyzstani politician, 2nd President of Kyrgyzstan
* 1949 Ray Nettles, American football player ( d. 2009 )

1949 and Captain
The first popular science-fiction program on American television was the children's adventure serial Captain Video and His Video Rangers, which ran from June 1949 to April 1955.
* In 1949, the Lucky Lady II, a Boeing B-50 Superfortress of the U. S. Air Force, commanded by Captain James Gallagher, became the first aeroplane to circle the world nonstop.
Consequently, Cave 1 was rediscovered on 28 January 1949, by Belgian United Nations observer Captain Phillipe Lippens and Arab Legion Captain Akkash el-Zebn.
He also appeared in Captain China ( 1949 ) and Don't Make Waves ( 1965 ).
* Timely Comics ' Marvel Mystery Comics with the Human torch (# 92, June 1949 ), Sub-Mariner Comics (# 32, June 1949 ), and Captain America Comics ( then Captain America's Weird Tales ) at issue # 75 ( February 1950 ); and a transformation to the Atlas Comics logo on comics cover-dated November 1951.
* Captain in The Father ( August Strindberg ) directed by Dennis Arundell with Freda Jackson as Laura, Embassy Theatre November 1948 ; and Duchess Theatre January 1949
From the late 1940s he played in more prestigious pictures, including Captain from Castile starring Tyrone Power, Key Largo with Humphrey Bogart, ( 1948 ), Lust for Gold with Glenn Ford ( 1949 ), Broken Arrow ( 1950 ) with James Stewart, War Arrow ( 1953 ) with Maureen O ' Hara, Jeff Chandler and Noah Beery, Jr., Drums Across the River ( 1954 ), Walk the Proud Land ( 1956 ) with Audie Murphy and Anne Bancroft, Alias Jesse James ( 1959 ) with Bob Hope, and Indian Paint ( 1964 ) with Johnny Crawford.
Deeply troubled by the conflict between his pacifism and his training for war, he spoke at length with his company commander, Captain Edward Courtney Bullock Danforth ( 1894 1973 ) of Augusta, Georgia and his battalion commander, Major Gonzalo Edward Buxton ( 1880 1949 ) of Providence, Rhode Island, a devout Christian himself.
The US children's radio series Little Orphan Annie ( 1931 1940 ) and Captain Midnight ( 1938 1949 ), and the subsequent Captain Midnight TV series ( 1954 1956 ), were sponsored by Ovaltine.
Marvel Comics was rechristened Marvel Mystery Comics with issue # 2 ( Dec. 1939 ) — the magazine would continue under that title through # 92 ( June 1949 ) before becoming Marvel Tales through # 159 ( Aug. 1957 ) — and Timely began publishing additional series, beginning with Daring Mystery Comics # 1 ( Jan. 1940 ), Mystic Comics # 1 ( March 1940 ), Red Raven Comics # 1 ( Aug. 1940 ), The Human Torch # 2 ( premiering Fall 1940 with no cover date and having taken over the numbering from the unsuccessful Red Raven ), and Captain America Comics # 1 ( March 1941 ).
David Cornell Leestma ( born May 6, 1949 ) is a former American astronaut and retired Captain in the United States Navy.
The Straffan Estate was sold by Captain Frederick Bertram Barton (" Derick ") in 1949, a father to Anthony Frederick and brother to Ronald.
Since 1949, the theory that Drake landed at Drakes Bay has been advocated by the Drake Navigators Guild in California, and notably by its former president Captain Adolph S. Oko, Jr., its former honorary chairman Chester W. Nimitz, and its longtime former president Raymond Aker.
Frank Lee Culbertson Jr. ( born on May 15, 1949 ) is a former NASA astronaut and a retired Captain in the United States Navy.
Group Captain Leslie Bonnet, RAF officer, writer and originator of the Welsh Harlequin Duck and his wife Joan Hutt, artist both lived at Ymwlch just outside Criccieth from 1949 until their deaths in 1985.
Hastings played Captain Video's teenaged companion, the Video Ranger, on the DuMont television series Captain Video and His Video Rangers, from 1949 to 1955.
* Captain Hugh W. Faulkner: February 1948-August 1949
The first really popular science-fiction program on American television was the children ’ s adventure serial Captain Video and His Video Rangers, which ran for six years ( June 1949 to April 1955 ) on the short-lived DuMont Network.

1949 and James
* James Atlas ( born 1949 ), is a founding editor of the Lipper / Viking Penguin Lives Series
* 1949 James Fenton, English poet
Fuller lectured at NC State University in Raleigh in 1949, where he met James Fitzgibbon, who would become a close friend and colleague.
The marriage produced eight children: Geraldine Leigh ( b. 1944 ), Michael John ( b. 1946 ), Josephine Hannah ( b. 1949 ), Victoria ( b. 1951 ), Eugene Anthony ( b. 1953 ), Jane Cecil ( b. 1957 ), Annette Emily ( b. 1959 ), and Christopher James ( b. 1962 ).
James P. Jordan argued for the importance of Anglicanism to Linebarger's works back to 1949.
* 1868 Édouard Alphonse James de Rothschild, French financier and polo player ( d. 1949 )
* 1892 James Forrestal, American politician, Secretary of the Navy ( d. 1949 )
* Spouses: Ruth Doreen Crick, née Dodd ( b. 1913, m. 18 February 1940 8 May 1947 ), now Mrs. James Stewart Potter ; Odile Crick, née Speed ( b. 11 August 1920, m. 14 August 1949 28 July 2004, d. 5 July 2007 )
* 1884 James Rector, American sprinter ( d. 1949 )
* 1949 James Lapine, American stage director
At the end of 1949, he went on tour in Paris with a group including Tadd Dameron, Kenny Clarke ( who remained in Europe after the tour ), and James Moody.
* 1876 James Steen, American water polo player ( d. 1949 )
* 1949 James Ensor, Belgian painter and printmaker ( b. 1860 )
* 1949 James Williamson, American guitarist
* February 13 Almanzo James Wilder, American writer ( d. 1949 )
* July 17 James Somerville, British admiral ( d. 1949 )
* April 13 James Ensor, Belgian painter and printmaker ( d. 1949 )
* February 15 James Forrestal, first United States Secretary of Defense ( d. 1949 )
James Ensor ( 1860 1949 ) was an influential Expressionist painter and printmaker.
* Agee, James, " Comedy's Greatest Era " from Life ( September 5, 1949 ), reprinted in Agee on Film ( 1958 ) McDowell, Obolensky, ( 2000 ) Modern Library
Tracy finished off the 1940s with Malaya ( 1949 ), an adventure film with James Stewart, and Adam's Rib ( 1949 ), a comedy with Tracy and Hepburn playing married lawyers who oppose each other in court.
* 1949: Guard of Honor by James Gould Cozzens

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