Who's Who Febuary 16 - 22

PUBLISHED: 12:27 16 February 2006 | UPDATED: 14:35 12 May 2010

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16 Deaths: Sir Walter Winterbottom, ex-England soccer boss, 2002. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 Deaths: Moliere, French playwright, 1673; Graham Sutherland, artist, 1980. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18 Deaths: Robert Oppenheimer, inventor of the atomic bom

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16 Deaths: Sir Walter Winterbottom, ex-England soccer boss, 2002. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 Deaths: Moliere, French playwright, 1673; Graham Sutherland, artist, 1980. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18 Deaths: Robert Oppenheimer, inventor of the atomic bomb, 1967. SUNDAY FEBRUARY19 Deaths: Michael Powell, director, 1990; Derek Jarman, controversial director of Blue and Caravaggio, 1994; Deng Xiaoping, Chinese leader, 1997; Stanley Kramer, director of 2001: A Space Oddesy and High Noon, 2001. MONDAY FEBRUARY 20 Deaths: Feruccio Lamborghini, car designer, 1993; Robert Bolt, screenwriter of A Man for all Seasons and Lawrence of Arabia, 1995. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 21 Deaths: Malcolm X, American civil rights leader, 1965; Florence Ballard, once of The Supremes, 1976; Marget Fonteyn, ballet dancer, 1991; John Thaw, actor who played Inspector Morse, 2002. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22 Deaths: Thomas Hughes, author of Tom Brown's Schooldays, 1896; John Lewis, retail chain pioneer, 1963.

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