1914 – Henry Ford announced the new continuous motion method to assemble cars. The process decreased the time to make a car from 12½ hours to 93 minutes.
1965 – Petula Clark made her American TV debut on CBS’ “Ed Sullivan Show.”
1998 – Ray Charles made his first solo performance in 53 years on the television shopping network QVC.
Born March 14th:
Singer Phil Phillips is (best known for his 1959 song, “Sea of Love”) is 91.
Record producer, arranger, composer, musician, television and film producer Quincy Jones is 84.
Actor Michael Caine (of such films as “Zulu” which brought him to international attention, “Alfie”, “The Eagle Has Landed”, “Educating Rita”, “Hannah and Her Sisters”, “The Cider House Rules” (both winning him an Oscar) and “The Dark Knight Rises”) is 84.
Singer, songwriter Michael Martin Murphey is 72.
Actor Steve Kanaly (notable as Ray Krebbs in the tv series “Dallas”) is 71.
Actor, comedian Billy Crystal is 69.
Syndicated radio show host, comedian, voice actor Rick Dees (known for the novelty song “Disco Duck”) is 67.
Actress Tamara Tunie (known for “Law & Order: SVU” as Dr. Warner) is 58.
Actress Megan Follows (of “Anne of Green Gables” fame) is 49.
Actress Grace Park (best known for “Hawaii Five-0” as Kona Kalkaua) is 43 (Image Courtesy of imdb.com, Park second from right).