November 1997 in Film & Television

Events in Film & TV

Film release premierFilm Premier

Nov 1 "Titanic" directed by James Cameron, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet premieres at the Tokyo International Film Festival (Academy Awards Best Picture 1998)

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio
Leonardo DiCaprio
Film Director James Cameron
Film Director
James Cameron
Actress Kate Winslet
Kate Winslet

Film release premierFilm Release

Nov 7 "Bean" directed by Mel Smith and starring Rowan Atkinson as Mr Bean opens in US

Actor and Comedian Rowan Atkinson
Actor and Comedian
Rowan Atkinson
  • Nov 11 CBS News anchor Dan Rather renews his contract to 2002
  • Nov 12 Dick Vitale signs with ESPN through year 2004
  • Nov 18 "Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture" album is released by Sony Music Soundtrax
  • Nov 28 Final episode of "Beavis & Butt-head" on MTV

Birthdays in Film & TV

  • Nov 13 Brent Kinsman, American actor
  • Nov 13 Shane Kinsman, American actor
  • Nov 26 Luka Sabbat, American model and stylist, born in France

Weddings in Film & TV

HeartWedding of Interest

Nov 15 TV host and actor William Shatner (66) weds former Ford model Nerine Kidd (38) in Pasadena, California

  • Nov 22 "The Lord of The Rings" actor Sean Bean (38) weds actress Abigail Cruttenden (29)

Deaths in Film & TV

  • Nov 4 H Richard Hornberger, surgeon (inspired M*A*S*H), dies at 73
  • Nov 4 Wally Bruner, journalist (ABC, What's My Line), dies at 66
  • Nov 5 James Robert Baker, American novelist, screenwriter (b. 1946)
  • Nov 10 William Alland, American actor (Citizen Kane), dies at 81
  • Nov 14 Stefan Lorant, Hungarian-American writer, photojournalist and filmmaker, dies at 96
  • Nov 16 George Petrie, actor (Honeymooners), dies on 85th birthday
  • Nov 22 Joanna Moore, actress (Bronx, Hindenburg), dies at 63

Person of interestPerson of Interest

Nov 22 Michael Hutchence, Australiann rocker (INXS) and actor, commits suicide at 37

INXS rocker Michael Hutchence
INXS rocker
Michael Hutchence
  • Nov 25 Charles Hallahan, actor (Hunter), dies of heart attack at 54
  • Nov 28 Georges Marchal, actor (Dirty Game, Blondine), dies at 77