Ryan Seacrest was born on this day in 1974.
The famous poem, “A Visit from St. Nicholas” was published on this day way back in 1823!
Being born in 1941, Archie Andrews just might be the world’s oldest teenager.
The very first crossword puzzle (only first-known as a “word-cross puzzle” was printed in New York World newspaper on this day in 1913.
It was on this day in 1957 that singer Elvis Presley was drafted into the U. S. army.
Two big Oscar-winning movies were released on this day: “Kramer vs. Kramer” in 1979 and “Titanic” in 1997.
On this day in 1946, Steven Spielberg was born and in 1963 the Pink Panther starred in his first animated cartoon.
On this day The Simpsons hosted their own TV special and they have never left the airwaves since.
On this day in pop culture history, “Love Story” debuted, Yosemite Sam was “born” and Jane Austen got her own “day.”
The iconic “Gone With the Wind” debuted on this day in 1939. Many years later, people were introduced to the LaserDisc also released on this day.
Though often made fun of now, “Saturday Night Fever,” which was released on this day in 1997, had favorable reviews and was nominated for four Golden Globes and an Oscar for Best Actor.
Born in 1925, Dick Van Dyke turned 95 today!