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December 9th In Pop Culture History
December 9 in Pop Culture History
1907 - Christmas Seals, an outreach from the American Lung association, went on sale for the first time, in the Wilmington, Delaware, post office.
1958 - In Indianapolis, the John Birch Society formed.
1960 - Coronation Street debuted on the BBC.
1960 - The Sperry Rand Corporation demonstrated the UNIVAC 1107 computer; the first to use thin film magnetic technology. The secret was the few millionths of an inch of iron-nickel alloy.
1965 - A Charlie Brown Christmas premiered on CBS.
1975 - President Gerald R. Ford signed a $2.3 billion loan authorization to prevent New York City from having to default on it's debts.
1981 - Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner was shot dead. Mumia Abu-Jamal was convicted of the murder.
1983 - Based on the 1932 film, Scarface, starring Al Pacino, was released in theaters.
1983 - Sudden Impact and Christine debuted in theaters.
1988 - Twins, Mississippi Burning and My Stepmother is an Alien were released in theaters.
1992 - England's : Prince Charles and Princess Diana formally announced their separation.
1993 - Astronauts aboard the space shuttle Endeavor completed repairs to the Hubble Space Telescope.
2005 - The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Memoirs of a Geisha and Brokeback Mountain debuted in theaters.
2009 - A Russian SLBM RSM-56 Bulava failed mid-flight causing a very unusual light formation over Norway.
Now You Know...
|John Malkovich (1953)
Morton Downey Jr (1943)
Kurt Angle (1968)
Beau Bridges (1941)
Dick Van Patton (1928)
Joan Armatrading (1950)
Jakob Dylan (1969)
Tre Cool (1972)
Margaret Hamilton (1902)
Buck Henry (1930)
Susan McCarthy (1957)
Michael Dorn (1952)
Redd Foxx (1922-1991)
Kirk Douglas (1916)
Donny Osmond (1957)
Neil Innes (1944)
Judi Dench (1934)
Felicity Huffman (1962)
Jesse Metcalfe (1978)
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (1909-2000)
Broderick Crawford (1911)
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