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    1313* The Communist ministry in Kerala is dismissed. 
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    15 * Six years after The Robe, Guru Dutt makes the first Indian CinemaScope film, Kaagaz Ke Phool.  
     15* Six years after The Robe, [[Guru Dutt]] makes the first Indian CinemaScope film, [[Kaagaz Ke Phool]].  
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    17 * Do Aankhen Bara Haath is shown in Berlin and wins the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Samuel Goldwyn Awards for best foreign film.  
     17* [[Do Aankhen Bara Haath]] is shown in Berlin and wins the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Samuel Goldwyn Awards for best foreign film.  
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    19 * Pather Panchali’s continuous 226-day run at the Fifth Avenue Playhouse, New York, apparently breaks a 30- year record for foreign releases in the USA.  
     19* [[Pather Panchali]]’s continuous 226-day run at the Fifth Avenue Playhouse, New York, apparently breaks a 30- year record for foreign releases in the USA.  
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    21 * The Federation of Film Societies of India is founded, with Satyajit Ray as its president and Indira Gandhi as one of the vice-presidents.  
     21* The Federation of Film Societies of India is founded, with [[Satyajit Ray]] as its president and Indira Gandhi as one of the vice-presidents.  
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    2323* In Bombay, the Marathi weekly Rasarang (edited by A. D. Potnis), featuring sports and movies, is started; the Hindi monthly Sushama, an offshoot of the famous Urdu periodical Shama (edited by Yusuf Dehlvi in Delhi), features poetry, short stories, song lyrics and articles on Hindi films.