Interracial marriage was the basis for 1967’s “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” film which was released on this day in pop culture history.
The Muppets presented their version of “A Christmas Carol” and Disney animation presented their twist of “The Frog Prince” on this day in pop culture history.
Mighty Mouse first appeared on TV back in 1955.
“A Charlie Brown Christmas” aired for the first time on this day in 1965.
Lucy was “with child” beginning on this day in 1952.
Frosty the Snowman first marched down the street on this day in 1964.
It was on this day in 1964 that Rudolph made his first Christmas Eve flight and he’s being doing it every year since.
The world changed for the better on this day in 1901 as Walt Disney was born.
The movie “On Golden Pond” was released on this day in 1981. One year later, Nick Vujicic was born.
The very first Sony PlayStation went up for sale on this day in 1994.
It was on this day that Americans got a chance to see what these two unknowns – Ben Affleck and Matt Damon – could do in terms or writing.
That infamous pandemic has ruined many plans in our lives this year. So when the state guidelines called for people to not gather with large groups – including family members who live outside of one’s home – my wife decided that it was high time to “double down on the fun.” So, we celebrated the holiday in a whole new way with just our adult kids … and Bob Ross.