Today in pop culture history, Fantasia come to movie theaters and The Lion King came to Broadway.
Perhaps Walt Disney’s most controversial movie, “Song of the South” was released in theaters on this day in 1946.
It was on this day in 2013 when the last Blockbuster Video rented out its last video. Any idea of what that movie was?
It was on this day in 1969 when children everywhere began asking “Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street.”
On this day in 1620, the pilgrims aboard the Mayflower saw their first site of the new America and in 1964, “My Fair Lady” came to movie theaters.
It was on this day in 1935 that “Mutiny on the Bounty” came to movie theaters. It was also on this day in 1972 that the movie theater came to people’s home in the form of HBO.
It was on this day in 1918 that the Rev. Billy Graham, Jr. was born. He died 99 years later in 2018.
It was on this day in 1990 that a big fire destroyed part of Universal Studios taking with it some pieces of movie-making history.
It was on this day in pop culture history that the Incredibles family saved the day. Two years later, Hollywood went on strike.
It was on this day that the company to become known as NCR invented the first cash register.
It was on this day the Dewey did not defeat Harry S. Truman and ABC unveiled a new morning news show called “Good Morning America.”
On this day in pop culture history, “Monsters, Inc.” scared up an audience, “The Hiding Place” was published and a game show admits that he cheated.