On This Day November 18
On This Day in history:
1928- Walt Disney's, "Steamboat Willie" is the first successful sound-synchronized animated cartoon and it premiered in New York. The cartoon starred none other than Mickey Mouse.
1936- Germany and Italy recognize the Spanish government of Francisco Franco.
1966- US Roman Catholic bishops do away with the rule against eating meat on Friday.
1983- Argentina announces its ability to produce enriched Uranium for use in nuclear weapons.
1990- The musical revival of "Fiddler on the Roof" opens.
1990- Paul McCartney's birth certificate sells for $18,000 in an auction.
1995- The Rolling Stones become the first group to broadcast a concert on the internet.
2001- Nintendo released the GameCube video game console in the US.
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