Sam White

[foreign correspondent] Sam White (1913–1988) was a foreign correspondent who worked for the London Evening Standard in Paris. He was born in Ukraine, and grew up in Australia where he was a member of the Communist party as a student. He is most famous for working at the Crillon Bar. He wrote a book on Charles de Gaulle (De Gaulle, ISBN 0...
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Sam White

[film producer] Sam White was born in Los Angeles on {#dateformat:October 16, 1906} to parents who had immigrated from Austria and Hungary. In 1937, he married Claretta Ellis, a studio contract dancer. They were married for 65 years until her death in 2002. For much of the 1930s, Sam White directed numerous musical sequences in films such a...
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Sam White

[baseball] Samuel Lambeth White (August 23, 1893 – November 11, 1929) was a Major League Baseball player. White played in only one game, for the Boston Braves in the 1919 season; he batted 0 for 1. He batted left-handed and threw right-handed. White was born in Kinsley, England, and died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he was interre...
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