🎭Bob DeCarlo -- is 77 in the year 2018 and 78 in the year 2019; b.1/9/1941
Misc: inducted into the Rhode Island Radio Hall of Fame
Group Names: The Delegates
Song Titles: Convention '72 (break-in record)
🎭Deshae Frost -- is 17 in the year 2018 and 18 in the year 2019; b.1/9/2001 N.S.
Goodtime Gil -- is 54 in the year 2018 and 55 in the year 2019; b.1/9/1964
Misc: of The Demento Society
✍🎭🎮Leo Gullotta -- is 72 in the year 2018 and 73 in the year 2019; b.1/9/1946
Writer, Actor, Comedian, Cartoon Voice Actor, Personality, Video Game Voice Actor, Italian
Movie Titles: Ice Age (series)
🎵🎸Paul King -- is 70 in the year 2018 and 71 in the year 2019; b.1/9/1948
Banjoist, Rock & Roll Guitarist
Group Names: Mungo Jerry, Blue Oyster Cult
🎵🎸Jimmy Page -- is 74 in the year 2018 and 75 in the year 2019; b.1/9/1944
Hall of Famer, Rock & Roll Guitarist, English
Names/Places: b. in London; RFMN:James Patrick
Group Names: Yardbirds, New Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin, soloist, The Honeydrippers, The Firm, Coverdale-Page
🎵🎸Buster Poindexter -- is 68 in the year 2018 and 69 in the year 2019; b.1/9/1950
Music Producer, Songwriter, Guitarist, Rock & Roll Singer, Punk Rock Performer
Names/Places: RN:David Johansen
Group Names: New York Dolls
Song Titles: Hot! Hot! Hot!
TV Shows: Saturday Night Live (bandleader 1986-87)
✍Gilbert A. Beckett -- Birth Anniversary -- b.1/9/1811 d.8/30/1856 (45)
Dramatist/Playwright, Humorist, English
🎭🎵Jimmy Boyd -- Birth Anniversary -- b.1/9/1940 d.3/7/2009 (69)
Song Titles: I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
TV Shows: Date with the Angels, Bachelor Father (as Howard Meechim)
🎭Bob Denver -- Birth Anniversary -- b.1/9/1935 d.9/2/2005 (70)
TV Actor, Cartoon Voice Actor
Names/Places: b. in New York City
Misc: originally planned to be a lawyer
TV Shows: The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (as Maynard G. Krebs, the "G" stood for Walter), Gilligan's Island (as "Willy" Gilligan), The Good Guys, Dusty's Trail
🎨✍🎭Clive Dunn -- Birth Anniversary -- b.1/9/1920 d.11/6/2012 (92)
Artist, Author, Actor, Comedian, English
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🎭🎵Dame Gracie Fields -- Birth Anniversary -- b.1/9/1898 d.9/27/1979 (81)
TV/Movie Actress, Comedienne, Vaudevillaness, Singer, English
🎭Fernando Lamas -- Birth Anniversary -- b.1/9/1915 d.10/8/1982 (67)
Movie Actor, Movie Director, Argentine
Names/Places: Arlene Dahl's hubby, Lorenzo's dad
Misc: Billy Crystal became famous for the parody of him on "Saturday Night Live"
🎭Herbert Lom -- Birth Anniversary -- b.1/9/1917 d.9/27/2012 (95)
Movie Actor, Czech
Names/Places: RMLN:C. Angelo Kuchacevich
Movie Titles: The Pink Panthers (as Chief Inspector Dreyfuss)
🎵Vic Mizzy -- Birth Anniversary -- b.1/9/1916 N.S. d.10/17/2009 N.S. (93)
TV Shows: The Addams Family (theme song composer)
⛪⚖Richard Milhous Nixon -- Birth Anniversary -- b.1/9/1913 d.4/22/1994 (81)
Quaker, President/Vice President
Names/Places: b. in Yorba Linda, CA; Pat's hubby; King Edward III's descendant
Misc: 37th U.S. President (1969-74); 36th U.S. Vice President; WWII Navy officer, Medals of Honor, Congress 2t, Senator; the only president ever to resign, said "Sock It To Me" on "Laugh-in"; died at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, four days after suffering a stroke.
🎨Chic Young -- Birth Anniversary -- b.1/9/1901 d.3/14/1973 (72)
Comic Strip Cartoonist
Names/Places: RFMN:Murat Bernard
Book Titles: Blondie & Dagwood
✍🎭Peter Cook -- Death Anniversary -- b.11/17/1937 d.1/9/1995 (57)
Writer, TV/Movie/Stage Actor, Comedian, Producer, English
Names/Places: b. in Turquay; d. in London
Misc: was credited with founding contemporary British satire with the 1960s revue "Beyond the Fringe"; Beyond The Fringe English Comedy Troupe w/ Dudley Moore
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In 1937, The Mickey Mouse film, “Don Donald” is released. Donald Duck stars, without Mickey. Daisy Duck first appears, but is not named. Poor Donald. Getting a debut but the billing goes to Mickey Mouse! @!#^%!^!$#^$#!^!
In 1943, “Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition!” hits #1 on the pop singles chart by Kay Kyser.
In 1955, A trip to perform for the troops in a New Yearʹs Eve show in Greenland becomes Bob Hopeʹs first overseas visit to a military base filmed for TV.
In 1962, “The Lion Sleeps” single by Tokens, The was certified Gold by the RIAA
In 1962, THE PERILS OF LIVE TV A hen kicks over a glass panelled beehive in a New York TV studio during WPIXʹs live broadcast of the “OFFICER JOE BOLTON” kids show, freeing 2000 honey bees. Bolton was stung on the hand, but no other injuries were reported (outside of a startled stage crew). Most of the bees were caught or subdued by a sprayer.
In 1965, Gilliganʹs Island episode #15. “So Sorry, My Island Now”. The Castaways are captured by a Japanese sailor (Vito Scotti) who thinks that WWII never ended. When the other castaways are captured, it is up to Gilligan to save them.
In 1965, R.C., “Do-Wacka-Do” by Roger Miller peaked at #31 on the pop singles chart.
In 1965, R.C., “Leader Of The Laundromat” by The Detergents peaked at #19 on the pop singles chart; it was a parody of Shangri-Lasʹ “Leader Of The Pack”.
In 1965, The Beatles dominated the Top 10 of the U.S. album chart with three entries: “Beatles '65” (which hit #1 and stayed there for nine weeks), “A Hard Dayʹs Night”, and “The Beatlesʹ Story”.
In 1967, Gilliganʹs Island episode #85. “Court-Martial”. The Castaways hear on the radio that the Maritime Board of Inquiry has blamed the Skipper for the Minnow crash. In an attempt to disprove the boardʹs verdict, they reenact the shipwreck themselves, only to find out that the cause appears to be Gilliganʹs ineptness. Later, a radio update reports that the Board of Inquiry has cleared the Skipper of the charges, as the Weather Service mistakenly read the wrong forecast that morning causing the crew to be unaware of the impending storms.
In 1969, the final scene of “Turnabout Intruder”, the 79th and the last episode of “Star Trek”, is shot.
In 1970, in a Brady Bunch episode called “54-40 and Fight”, The Brady boys and girls fight over what to get with their trading stamps; the trading stamp company is going out of business and the boys have 54 books of stamps and the girls have 40. They realize that only by combining books will they have enough to get one good item, but each group wants a different thing.
In 1971, on the cover of TV Guide: “Andy Griffith”. Other Articles: Dan August, Pinky Lee
In 1971, “Amos Moses” by Jerry Reed entered the Top 40 chart.
In 1972, “Zoom” TV Childrenʹs show premiered on PBS as it introduced Americaʹs kids to the Ubbi-Dubbi language, Fannee Doolee, all kinds of items kids sent in, and a cast of kids known by their first names only. Thibbis wabbus abba fabbavorbboribbite obbof thebboe abbuthobbor. Public television station WGBH invites kids all over the nation to help provide material for a television series making its debut thatʹs “for kids and by kids” just by sending their ideas to ZOOM. “Thatʹs Zoom, zee double-oh em, box three five oh, Boston Mass, Oh-Two-One-Three-Four.” If selected among the vast pool of submissions from the alarmingly cheap (unpaid) child labor, your suggestions, craft ideas, and jokes will be performed by Zoomers (original cast Tommy, Nina, Joe, John, Nancy, Kenny, Tracy), then gradually replaced by Maura, David, Ann, Jay, Edith, Luiz, Bernadette, Danny, Lori, Mike, Hector, etc. etc. etc.
In 1976, C.W. McCallʹs single “Convoy” hit #1 on the country music charts. It also hit #1 on the pop chart. 10-4, good buddy!
In 1979, K-Mart Department stores pulled Steve Martinʹs comedy album “Letʹs Get Small” off their record shelves for being in “very bad taste,” something with which the polyester-ridden retailer is quite familiar. “Well, EXCUUUUUSE MEEEEEEE!!!!” K-Mart sucks!
In 1984, Clara Peller, Mildred Lane, and Elizabeth Shaw stare at a tiny hamburger on a huge bun. The hard-of-hearing Peller barks three words which will earn her over a half a million dollars: “Whereʹs the beef?” The Wendyʹs hamburger chain will later drop Peller in 1985 after she claims sheʹs “found” the beef somewhere else — “Prego Plus” spaghetti sauce.
In 1984, following a few of specials, “TVs Blopers and Practical Jokes,” makes its debut as a weakly seers on NBC with Dick Clark and Ed McMahon.
In 1984, “Comedian” album by Eddie Murphy was certified Gold by the RIAA
In 1984, “Eddie Murphy” album by Eddie Murphy was certified Gold by the RIAA
In 1989, “The Pat Sajak Show” premiered on CBS, replacing “The CBS Late Movie” which was not a movie anymore. Sajakʹs show immediately started to suck. Nonetheless, it was CBSʹs first attempt to go head-to-head with “The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson” since cancelling the “The Merv Griffin Show” seventeen years earlier.
In 1995, “The Late Late Show With Tom Snyder” TV Talk Show premiered on CBS-TV after David Letterman. “Fire up the 'color-tinis,' and sit back as you watch the pictures as they fly through the air.” “Late Late Show with Tom Snyder” debuts on CBS with guests Candice Bergen, Robert and Kathleen Gingrich.
In 1995, British actor-comedian Peter Cook died in London at age 57.
In 1996, Gilligan was marooned on an island again as Bob Denver was stranded in Manhattan by a blizzard en route to West Virginia to celebrate his 61st birthday.
In 1996, Mr. Blackwell named Howard Stern at the top of his annual list of the worst-dressed women, saying his Miss America looked more liked Godzilla impersonating Gypsy Rose Lee.
In 1996, “3rd Rock From The Sun” TV Comedy debut on NBC.
In 1997, a flash of brilliance on “Late Night with Conan OʹBrien” as musical guest Ashley MacIsaac kicks up his heels, and shows what a Scotsman wears beneath his kilt, or in this case…doesnʹt. “Late Night” offers to re-record his segment, but MacIsaac turns them down, and the segment airs with a strategically placed electronic blur.
In 1998, MERMAID HEAD FOUND Three days after it was sawed off, the head of Copenhagenʹs famed Little Mermaid statue was returned Friday by a hooded man who dropped it off at a TV station. The drop-off was filmed by the same freelance cameraman who got a call before dawn Tuesday to come to a harborside park to see what had been done to the statue. His footage, aired on TV2, shows a man in a black, wool hood walking toward the building of rival TvDanmark today, putting the bronze head on the ground and disappearing behind a parked car. No arrests have been made.
In 1998, “Kids Say The Darndest Things” TV Variety show originally hosted by Art Linkletter in the golden days of TV returned on CBS hosted by Bill Cosby.
In 2000, “Malcolm in the Middle” TV sitcom premiered on Fox
In 2003, “The Surreal Life” premiered on WB. Isnʹt that what David Tanny has been living as?
In 2011, “Bobʹs Burgers” began airing on Fox
In 1960, “Uh! Oh! Part Two” by The Nutty Squirrels charted at number 14 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1960, “The Happy Reindeer” by Dancer Prancer And Nervous charted at number 45 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1960, “Uh-Hu” by The Nutty Squirrels charted at number 58 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1960, “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late) Christmas song” by The Chipmunks With The Music Of David Seville charted at number 61 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1960, “High School U.S.A.” by Tommy Facenda charted at number 69 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1960, “Seven Little Girls (Sitting In The Back Seat)” by Paul Evans And The Curls charted at number 73 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1960, “Love Potion #9” by The Clovers charted at number 76 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1960, “Run Red Run” by The Coasters charted at number 80 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1960, “Do-Re-Mi” by Mitch Miller And His Orchestra And Chorus charted at number 94 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1960, “Deck Of Cards” by Wink Martindale charted at number 96 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1965, “Love Potion #9” by The Searchers charted at number 4 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1965, “Leader Of The Laundromat” by Detergents charted at number 19 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1965, “Ringo” by Lorne Greene charted at number 20 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1965, “Do-Wacka-Do” by Roger Miller charted at number 31 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1965, “The Name Game” by Shirley Ellis charted at number 38 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1965, “The Jolly Green Giant” by The Kingsmen charted at number 89 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1965, “Ode To The Little Brown Shack Out Back” by Billy Edd Wheeler charted at number 90 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1965, “The Crusher” by Novas charted at number 92 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1971, “Amos Moses” by Jerry Reed charted at number 36 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1971, “Bridget The Midget” by Ray Stevens charted at number 60 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1971, “D.O.A.” by Bloodrock charted at number 80 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “Centerfold” by The J. Geils Band charted at number 8 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “Hooked On Classics (Medley)” by Louis Clark Conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra charted at number 14 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “WKRP In Cincinnati” by Steve Carlisle charted at number 65 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “Pac-Man Fever” by Buckner And Garcia charted at number 76 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “It's My Party” by Dave Stewart And Barbara Gaskin charted at number 88 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “Super Freak” by Rick James charted at number 99 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “Numbers” by Kraftwerk charted at number 103 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “Tube Snake Boogie” by ZZ Top charted at number 105 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1988, “Pump Up The Volume” by M/A/R/R/S charted at number 44 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1988, “Hot Hot Hot” by Buster Poindexter charted at number 63 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1993, “Jump Around” by House Of Pain charted at number 38 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1993, “Sesame's Treet” by Smart E's charted at number 70 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1999, “One Week” by Barenaked Ladies charted at number 40 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1999, “The Chanukah Song” by Adam Sandler charted at number 98 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart
In 1965, “Ringo” by Lorne Greene charted at number 26 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “Ant Rap” by Adam And The Ants charted at number 3 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “The Birdie Song (Birdie Dance)” by The Tweets charted at number 17 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “Stars Over 45” by Chas 'n' Dave charted at number 27 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart
In 1982, “I Wanna Be A Winner” by Brown Sauce charted at number 31 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart
In 1988, “Stutter Rap (No Sleep 'Til Bedtime)” by Morris Minor And The Majors charted at number 8 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart
In 1988, “Time Warp II” by Damian charted at number 61 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart
In 1971, “Lola” by The Kinks charted at number 4 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart
In 1988, “Pump Up The Volume” by M/A/R/R/S charted at number 32 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart
In 1988, “Walk The Dinosaur” by Was (Not Was) charted at number 38 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart
In 1993, “Jump Around” by House Of Pain charted at number 19 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart
In 1993, “Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-A-Lot charted at number 46 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart
In 1999, “One Week” by Barenaked Ladies charted at number 28 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart
In 2016, “Whip It!” by LunchMoney Lewis Featuring Chloe Angelides charted at number 28 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart