\u201cBorn Today\u201d \tTheo James (32) \tDanielle Lloyd (33) \tFrankie Ballard (34) \tKrysten Ritter (35) \tMiranda Otto (49) \tJB Smoove (51) \tBenjamin Bratt (53) \tLaChanze (55) \tJon Tenney (55) \tXander Berkeley (61) \tBilly Gibbons (67) \tBenny Andersson of ABBA (70) Featured Above \tSteven Bochco (73) \tLesley Stahl (75) \tLiv Ullman (78) \tQuentin Blake (84) \tJane Austen (RIP) \u201cDied Today\u201d \tColonel Harold Sanders (Born: September 9, 1890 \/ Died: December 16, 1980) \tRichard Warwick (Born: April 29, 1925 \/ Died: December 16, 1997) \u201cMovies\u201d \t1964 - The Disorderly Orderly \t1965 - Battle of the Bulge \t1967 - Son of Godzilla \t1968 - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London) \t1969 - Cactus Flower \t1969 - Hello, Dolly! \t1970 - Puzzle of a Downfall Child \t1970 - Love Story \t1973 - Papillon \t1977 - Candleshoe \t1983 - D.C. Cab \t1983 - The Keep \t1983 - Two of a Kind \t1983 - Uncommon Valor \t1987 - Broadcast News \t1987 - Moonstruck \t1987 - Overboard \t1988 - Dangerous Liaisons \t1988 - Purple People Eater \t1988 - Rain Man \t1994 - Dumb & Dumber \t1994 - Speechless \u201cMusic\u201d \t1967 - The Monkees had the top song on the charts with their single \u201cDaydream Believer\u201d https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vnU615FaODCg \t1972 - Billy Paul had the #1 song with the single \u201cMe and Mrs Jones\u201d \t1974 - John Lennon released the single \u201c#9 Dream\u201d \t1978 - Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond topped the charts with \u201cYou Don\u2019t Bring Me Flowers\u201d https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vwj10EzNKA2M \t1989 - \u201cWe Didn\u2019t Start the Fire\u201d by Billy Joel was the #1 song \t1989 - \u201cAnother Day in Paradise\u201d was the top song on the Adult chart https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vQt2mbGP6vFI \t1995 - Whitney Houston\u2019s single \u201cExhale (Shoop Shoop)\u201d remained #1 on the R&B chart \t1995 - \u201cOne Sweet Day\u201d continued to top the Billboard 100 \t1995 - The Beatles were at the top with their album Anthology 1 "TV & Radio\u201d \t1951 - NBC-TV debuted "Dragnet" in a special preview on "Chesterfield Sound Off Time". The show began officially on January 3, 1952. https:\/\/youtu.be\/Hj-qhIGTXdU \t1959 - The documentary Mysteries of the Deep premiered \t1975 - One Day at a Time had its television premiere \t1983 - The Disney short Mickey\u2019s Christmas Carol was released http:\/\/dai.ly\/xmq7ql \t1993 - MTV aired Nirvana's New York "Unplugged" performance. \t1995 - Fox-TV aired a fight between Mike Tyson and Buster Mathis Jr. Tyson knocked Mathis out in the third round. The fight brought in Fox's highest Nielsen rating to date. \t2002 - VH1 began airing a 10-hour, five-night miniseries entitled "I Love the '80s." https:\/\/youtu.be\/6xYgeywGSG0 \t2002 - Liza Minnelli and her husband, David Gest, filed a $23 million dollar lawsuit against VH1, MTV Networks, Viacom and Remote Productions, Inc. for breach of contract.\u00a0 "Other Important Events...\u201d \t1901 - "The Tale of Peter Rabbit," by Beatrix Potter, was printed for the first time. Quotesgram.com \t1912 - The first postage stamp to depict an airplane was issued was a 20-cent parcel-post stamp. \t1972 - The Miami Dolphins became the first NFL team to go unbeaten and untied in a 14-game regular season. The Dolphins went on to defeat the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII. \t1973 - O.J. Simpson broke Jim Brown\u2019s single-season rushing record in the NFL. Brown had rushed for 1,863 yards, while Simpson attained 2,003 yards. \t1999 - Sigourney Weaver received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.