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  1. 1931 ( MCMXXXI) fue un año común comenzado en jueves según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 1.1 Desde enero hasta junio 1.2 Acontecimientos (desde julio hasta diciembre) 1.3 Sin fecha conocida 2 Ciencia y tecnología 3 Nacimientos 3.1 Enero 3.2 Febrero 3.3 Marzo 3.4 Abril 3.5 Mayo 3.6 Junio 3.7 Julio 3.8 Agosto 3.9 Septiembre

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 19311931 - Wikipedia

    1931 ( MCMXXXI) was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1931st year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 931st year of the 2nd millennium, the 31st year of the 20th century, and the 2nd year of the 1930s decade. Calendar year.

    • Gobierno
    • Acontecimientos
    • Nacimientos
    • fallecimientos
    • Referencias

    Poder ejecutivo

    1. Presidente: Pascual Ortiz Rubio PRM.

    20 de junio: En Huatusco, Veracruz, durante los funerales de un sacerdote asesinado por anticlericales, un grupo de campesinos socialistas agrede a los católicos que participaban en el sepelio, por...
    25 de julio: El gobernador de Veracruz Adalberto Tejeda resulta ileso de un atentado organizado por fanáticos religiosos locales ante las leyes anticlericales expedidas en ese año.[3]​
    18 de agosto: A fin de reglamentar el artículo 123 constitucional, el presidente Pascual Ortiz Rubio decreta la Ley Federal del Trabajoque fue la primera ley laboral en la historia de México.
    29 de enero: Manuel el loco Valdés, actor y comediante originario de Ciudad Juárez; falleció en 2020.
    13 de abril: Eliseo Mendoza Berrueto, economista y profesor; gobernador de Coahuilade 1987 a 1993.
    21 de agosto: Alberto Baillères González, economista y empresario originario de la Ciudad de México; falleció en 2022.
    26 de agosto: Zeferino Nandayapa, marimbista, arreglista y compositor originario de Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas; falleció en 2010.

    23 de noviembre: Ángel Darío Acosta Zurita (23), sacerdote veracruzano asesinado durante la persecución religiosa (n. 1908).[4]​

    Bibliografía

    1. Aguilar Casas, Elsa; Serrano Álvarez, Pablo (2012). Posrevolución y estabilidad. Cronología (1917-1967) (Primera edición). Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de las Revoluciones de México. ISBN 978-607-7916-65-9. Consultado el 31 de diciembre de 2016. 2. Meyer, Jean (2005). La Cristiada 1 - La guerra de los cristeros (22 edición). Siglo XXI editores. ISBN 968-23-1904-8. Consultado el 12 de agosto de 2016.

    • Events
    • Births
    • Deaths
    • Nobel Prizes
    • Movies Released
    January 27 – Pierre Lavalforms a government in France
    February 16 – Pehr Evind Svinhufvudis elected president of Finland
    March 31 – An earthquake destroys Managua, Nicaragua, killing 2,000 people
    April 25 – The automobile manufacturer Porsche is founded by Ferdinand Porsche in Stuttgart
    January 4 – Adi Lady Lala Mara, Fijian chieftainess and former First Lady; widow of long-time former Prime Minister and President, Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara (d. 2004).
    January 5 – Alvin Ailey, choreographer
    January 5 – Alfred Brendel, Austrian pianist
    January 5 – Robert Duvall, actor and director
    January 23 – Anna Pavlova, Russian ballerina (b. 1881)
    February 11 – Charles Algernon Parsons, British inventor (b. 1854)
    February 26 – Otto Wallach, German chemist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1847)
    March 7 – Akseli Gallen-Kallela, Finnish painter (b. 1865)
    Nobel Prize in Chemistry won by Carl Bosch, German chemist and engineer, and Friedrich Bergius, German chemist
    Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine won by Otto Heinrich Warburg, German chemist, (1883 – 1970)
    Nobel Prize in Literature won by Erik Axel Karlfeldt, Swedish poet
    January 30 – City Lights starring Charlie Chaplin
    February 9 – Cimarron starring Richard Dix and Irene Dunne
    February 14 – The original movie version of Dracula with Bela Lugosiis released in the United States
    December 26 – A Free Soul, winning Best Actor for Lionel Barrymore
  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1931_in_film1931 in film - Wikipedia

    • Events
    • Best Money Stars
    • Academy Awards
    • 1931 Film Releases
    • Serials
    • Short Film Series
    • Animated Short Film Series
    • Births
    • Deaths
    • Film Debuts
    January 5: RKO acquires the producing and distribution arm of Pathéfor $4.6 million.
    June 20: Monogram Pictures releases its first film, Ships of Hate.
    July 7: Anti-competitive practices disclosed about certain distributors and producers in Canada.
    November 17: E. R. Tinker elected president of Fox Filmsreplacing Harley L. Clarke.

    Varietyreported the following as the biggest male stars in the U.S. in alphabetical order although grouped George Arliss and Ronald Colman together as having equal ranking. The following were the biggest women names in the U.S. in alphabetical order but again grouped two actresses together to denote they were ranked the same.

    The 4th Academy Awards were awarded to films completed and screened released between August 1, 1930, and July 31, 1931, by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Most Nominations: Cimarron (RKO Pictures) – 7 Major Awards 1. Best Picture: Cimarron – RKO 2. Best Director: Norman Taurog – Skippy 3. Best Actor: Lionel Barrymore – A Free Soul ...

    January–March

    1. January 1931 1.1. 3 January 1.1.1. The Criminal Code 1.2. 9 January 1.2.1. Little Caesar 1.3. 16 January 1.3.1. Hell Divers 1.4. 17 January 1.4.1. Other Men's Women 1.5. 30 January 1.5.1. City Lights 2. February 1931 2.1. 9 February 2.1.1. Cimarron 2.2. 14 February 2.2.1. Dracula 2.3. 28 February 2.3.1. Parlor, Bedroom and Bath 3. March 1931 3.1. 5 March 3.1.1. The Speckled Band 3.2. 6 March 3.2.1. Ten Cents a Dance 3.3. 14 March 3.3.1. Kiki 3.4. 20 March 3.4.1. The Sleeping Cardinal 3.5....

    April–June

    1. April 1931 1.1. 4 April 1.1.1. The Front Page 1.2. 6 April 1.2.1. A Connecticut Yankee 1.3. 15 April 1.3.1. Bachelor Apartment 1.4. 18 April 1.4.1. City Streets 1.4.2. The Secret Six 1.5. 23 April 1.5.1. The Public Enemy 1.6. 24 April 1.6.1. Dracula 1.7. 30 April 1.7.1. Iron Man 2. May 1931 2.1. 1 May 2.1.1. The Millionaire 2.2. 11 May 2.2.1. M 2.3. 16 May 2.3.1. Indiscreet 2.4. 22 May 2.4.1. Svengali 3. June 1931 3.1. 13 June 3.1.1. The Maltese Falcon 3.2. 20 June 3.2.1. A Free Soul 3.3....

    July–September

    1. July 1931 1.1. 11 July 1.1.1. Smart Money 2. August 1931 2.1. 1 August 2.1.1. The Smiling Lieutenant 2.1.2. Tabu 2.2. 7 August 2.2.1. Huckleberry Finn 2.2.2. The Miracle Woman 2.3. 8 August 2.3.1. Bought! 2.3.2. Night Nurse 2.4. 13 August 2.4.1. Bad Girl 2.5. 15 August 2.5.1. Pardon Us 2.6. 22 August 2.6.1. An American Tragedy 2.6.2. Guilty Hands 2.7. 29 August 2.7.1. The Last Flight 2.7.2. This Modern Age 3. September 1931 3.1. 1 September 3.1.1. Waterloo Bridge 3.2. 5 September 3.2.1. Da...

    Laurel and Hardy (1921–1943)
    Charley Chase (1924–1940)
    Buster Keaton (1917–1941)
    Our Gang (1922–1944)
    Aesop's Film Fables (1921–1933)
    Krazy Kat (1925–1940)
    Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (1927–1938)
    January 3 – Conrad Brooks, né Biedrzycki, American actor and producer (died 2017)
    January 5 – Robert Duvall, American actor and director
    January 14 – Caterina Valente, French singer and actress
    January 17 – James Earl Jones, American actor
    March 11 – F. W. Murnau, German director (born 1888)
    March 24
    June 7 – Viktor Schwanneke, German actor (born 1880)
    August 14 – Janie Marèse, French actress (born 1908)
    Ralph Bellamy – The Secret Six
    Bruce Cabot – Heroes of the Flames
    Bette Davis – Bad Sister
    Melvyn Douglas – Tonight or Never
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