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* 1972 – Paul Lo Duca, American baseball player
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He was the fourth child of Ondrej Varchola ( Americanized as Andrew Warhola, Sr., 1889 – 1942 ) and Júlia ( née Zavacká, 1892 – 1972 ), whose first child was born in their homeland and died before their move to the U. S. Andy had two older brothers, Paul, born about 1923, and John, born about 1925.
* 1972 – Vietnam War: Easter Offensive – American forces begin sustained air strikes and naval bombardments.
* 1886 – Athenagoras I, Greek religious leader, 268th Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople ( d. 1972 )
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* Rewald, John, ed., with the assistance of Lucien Pissarro: Camille Pissarro, Lettres à son fils Lucien, Editions Albin Michel, Paris 1950 ; previously published, translated to English: Camille Pissarro, Letters to his son Lucien, New York 1943 & London 1944 ; 3rd revised edition, Paul P Appel Publishers, 1972 ISBN 0-911858-22-9
* Føllesdal, Dagfinn, 1972, " An Introduction to Phenomenology for Analytic Philosophers " in Olson, R. E., and Paul, A. M., eds., Contemporary Philosophy in Scandinavia.
This is called genetic engineering and was made possible through the discovery of DNA and the creation of the first recombinant DNA molecules by Paul Berg in 1972.
The first recombinant DNA molecule was created by Paul Berg in 1972 when he combined DNA from the monkey virus SV40 with that of the lambda virus.
His 1970s films included Monte Walsh ( 1970 ) with Jeanne Moreau, the violent Prime Cut ( 1972 ) with Gene Hackman, Pocket Money ( 1972 ) with Paul Newman, Emperor of the North Pole ( 1973 ) opposite Ernest Borgnine, as Hickey in The Iceman Cometh ( 1973 ) with Fredric March and Robert Ryan, The Spikes Gang ( 1974 ) with Noah Beery, Jr., The Klansman ( 1974 ) with Richard Burton, Shout at the Devil ( 1976 ) with Roger Moore, The Great Scout and Cathouse Thursday ( 1976 ) with Oliver Reed, and Avalanche Express ( 1978 ) with Robert Shaw.
The movie, which became the most commercially successful film of all time when it was released — along with his Oscar-nominated performance as Paul in Last Tango in Paris ( 1972 ), another smash hit — revitalized Brando's career and reestablished him in the ranks of top box office stars, placing him at number 6 and number 10 in Top 10 Money Making Stars poll in 1972 and 1973, respectively.
The idea of self-reproducing programs first appeared in Paul Bratley and Jean Millo's article " Computer Recreations: Self-Reproducing Automata " in 1972.
In 1972 the Orthodox Church of Antioch presented Askin with the Order of St Peter and St Paul for his services to ethnic minorities.
As General Paul Vanuxem, a French veteran of the Indochina War, wrote in 1972 after visiting the liberated city of An Loc: " An Loc was the Verdun of Vietnam, where Vietnam received as in baptism the supreme consecration of her will.
In writing the script, Paul Schrader was inspired by the diaries of Arthur Bremer ( who shot presidential candidate George Wallace in 1972 )< ref name =" PBS ">
In May 2006, Petersen's $ 160 million epic film Poseidon, a re-telling of the 1969 Paul Gallico novel ( and popular 1972 disaster film ) The Poseidon Adventure, was released by Warner Bros., but performed poorly in the US, barely cracking $ 60 million in box office receipts by early August, although international profits surpassed $ 121 million.
The second film, The Alf Garnett Saga ( 1972 ) had Adrienne Posta playing the part of Rita and Paul Angelis playing Mike.
She also appeared briefly as Lillie Langtry at the end of The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean ( 1972 ) with Paul Newman and Jacqueline Bisset, and in The Blue Bird ( 1976 ) with Elizabeth Taylor and Jane Fonda.
As of February 17, 1972, when Shakur was identified as one of four BLA members on a short trip to Chattanooga, Tennessee, Shakur was wanted for questioning ( along with Robert Vickers, Twyman Meyers, Samuel Cooper, and Paul Stewart ) in relation to police killings, a Queens bank robbery, and the grenade attack.
His four children with Nancy are: Nancy Moore Thurmond ( 1971 – 1993 ), a beauty pageant contestant who was killed when a drunk driver hit her in Columbia, South Carolina ; James Strom Thurmond Jr. ( born 1972 ), who became U. S. Attorney for the District of South Carolina and is the current South Carolina 2nd Judicial Circuit Solicitor ; Juliana Gertrude ( Thurmond ) Whitmer ( born 1974 ), a married homemaker in Washington, DC ; and Paul Reynolds Thurmond ( born 1976 ), elected member of the Charleston County council.