January 22, 1968

Today In History

'Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In' television show premieres on NBC

Rowan & Martin's Laugh-in | First Season with Tim Conway, Cher, Lorne Greene, Sheldon Leonard, Flip Wilson, and Tiny Tim

Remember When

Lee Iacocca at the Inaugural launch introducing the 1964 Mustang Automobile
THE FORD MUSTANG DEBUTS April 13, 1964 The Ford Mustang debuted this week to an enthusiastic response. Priced from $2,400. over 22,000 orders were made in the first day. The Mustang is the idea of the young vice-president at Ford, Lee Iacocca. The Mustang fondly termed the “Pony Car”will compete with Chevrolet’s Corvair Monza. Lee Iacocca at the Inaugural launch of the 1964 Mustang
Yaz talks about what it was like to be on the 1967 Boston Red Sox team during the "Impossible Dream" season
1964 World Series Highlights
Song of the Day
Bruce Springsteen | Born To Run
Chorus Line - "One" the finale from the movie in 1985
Hundreds of hopefuls congregate at a cattle call for Broadway dancers. A sour director, Zach 'Michael Douglas', and his brusque assistant Terrence Mann whittle down the ranks until they're left with 16 dancers. All tell their life stories | some tragic, some comic that explained their love of dance. Tension mounts when Cassie 'Alyson Reed' once both a big star and the director's lover but now desperate for a part auditions. But Zach must choose only the best for his show.
Explore America
Yellowstone National Park - Old Faithful

Marilyn Monroe

TV Show of the Day
THE YOGI BEAR SHOW - 1961
An evening with Danny Kaye and The New York Philharmonic in Lincoln Center
10 Incredible Controversial Calls in Sports History
Interview of the Day
Roman Polanski interview on Charlie Rose | 2000
John Glenn launch aboard Friendship 7, Walter Cronkite yells " Go, baby ! " LIVE on CBS TV - February 20, 1962
John Glenn flew 59 combat missions in the South Pacific during World War II, and flew 63 missions during the Korean conflict. He received many decorations, including the Distinguished Flying Cross six times. After the Korean conflict, Glenn joined the Naval Air Test Center's staff of expert flyers and served as a test pilot for Naval and Marine aircraft, including the FJ3, the F7U Cutlass, and the F8U Crusader. One of Glenn's most notable accomplishments was when he set the speed record for flying from Los Angeles to New York in three hours and 23 minutes in 1957. His experience and skill made him a logical candidate for the astronaut corps being formed in 1958. In 1959, NASA selected him as one of the first seven astronauts in the U.S. space program, and on February 20, 1962, atop an Atlas rocket, he rode into space and piloted the Friendship 7 spacecraft around the globe three times, becoming the first American to orbit the earth.
Liberace

Patriotic Moments

IMAGES FROM SUPER BOWL I

The Ticket to Super Bowl I

QB Bart Starr leads the Packers to Victory

Elijah Pitts scores TD in Super Bowl I

The First Coin Toss

Super Bowl I held at the Los Angeles Coliseum

The Ticket to Super Bowl I

QB Bart Starr leads the Packers to Victory

Elijah Pitts scores TD in Super Bowl I

The First Coin Toss

Super Bowl I held at the Los Angeles Coliseum

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