Of all the many versions of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” NBC will be presenting three of them this year.
It was on this day in 1993 when America first met Mrs. Doubtfire. What a gal.
Movie audiences experiences a close encounter of the third kind on this day in 1977. In 1980, they got a glimpse inside the UFO.
It was on this day that Belle had her first dance with the Beast and four years later, Pixar released Toy Story.
Tweety Bird was “born” on this day in 1942. He’s actually three years older than Sylvester!
“A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” first debuted on TV on this day in 1973.
Ford gave up on the Edsel while
“Rocky and His Friends” was just starting on TV on this day in 1959.
We won! Charlie Brown and friends are back in time for Thanksgiving! But on another network…
Today is Mickey Mouse’s birthday and Hollywood’s most successful version of Ben Hur was released on this day in 1959.