On this day in 1946, Steven Spielberg was born and in 1963 the Pink Panther starred in his first animated cartoon.
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.
The radio and TV network known as the “peacock network” began airing on this day in 1926!
Mark Spitz won seven gold medals, The Price is Right debuted and Beetle Bailey began appearing in newspapers on this day.
Though radio transmission had started back in 1915, it wasn’t until this day in 1920 that the very first radio commercial aired. #ThisDayInPopCulture
It was on this day in 1934 that the very first civilian prisoners were sent to the federal prison on Alcatraz Island. Over 29 years, 36 prisoners made 14 escape attempts but no prisoner was successful.
Love him or hate him, but Harry Potter was born on this day in 1980. The character, not the book. The first book wasn’t published until 1997.
2007: ‘Ratatouille’ Open is Theaters The eighth Disney/Pixar film, Ratatouille opened in movie theaters on this day in 2007. Co-written and directed by Brad Bird, this animated film tells the … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for June 29
On this day in pop culture history, The Lion King roared into theaters and Wipeout debuted on ABC.