Famous People who Died in 1980
View famous people who died in 1980 such as Alfed Hitchcock, Colonel Harland Sanders, and Mohammed Hatta.
Director, Producer, Television Personality, Screenwriter / 1899 - 1980
Filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock was nicknamed the "Master of Suspense" for employing a kind of psychological suspense in his films, producing a distinct viewer experience.
Colonel Harland Sanders
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profile name: Steve McQueen profile occupation: Film Actor
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profile name: Colonel Harland Sanders profile occupation: Entrepreneur, Chef
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