the star spangled banner was played in an italian festival -street scene----no one took hats off the national anthem was not used as such until 1931.
Well John Banner played Sargent Shultz in Hogan's Heroes so that is his real name.
There hasn't been any publicly known homosexual players that have played for Tottenham Hotspur.
The late John Banner (28 January 1910 -- 28 January 1973) who played the role of Sergeant Schultz was an actor before WW2 . ~ Look to the related link below .
Sir Ian McKellan, who played the role of Gandalf in the films, has publicly announced that he is gay.
He played his famous and psychedelic version of the Star Spangled Banner at Woodstock.
the star spangled banner is like something that represents america and i guess that it can go for every country in the wold
to honor our country
The Star Spangled Banner.
world war 1
Jimi Hendrix did his rendition of the Star Spangled Banner at Woodstock. It was an artistic rendition and Jimi did not mean any disrespect but, It caused a lot of controversy.
the Star Spangled Banner was composed during the War of 1812. It was recognized for official use by the Navy in 1889, and finally became America's National Anthem in 1931.
I could easily be wrong here but I thought the first person to play a memorable version of Star Spangled Banner was Jimmi Hendrix at Woodstock.
Because Congress made a law in 1931 declaring it to be so.The Star Spangled Banner was only one of several equally-prominent US patriotic songs until 1889, when Secretary of the Navy Benjamin F. Tracy issued a general order that it be played at the raising of the flag on US Naval ships and shore stations. Then in 1916 President Woodrow Wilson ordered that it be played "on appropriate occasions" throughout the US military. But only in 1931 was it officially elevated over other patriotic tunes for civilian use.The custom of playing The Star Spangled Banner before every baseball game started during World War Two.
There are no "songs" in DEATH RACE, unless you count The Star Spangled Banner which isn't sung, but played by a high school band.