July 24 in History
1952July 24, 1952:
The American western film titled “High Noon" is originally released.
1959July 24, 1959:
The Netherlands registers over 500,000 television sets.
1964July 24, 1964: American singer and record producer Marvin Gaye records his 5th studio album titled "How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You”.
1974July 24, 1974:
The action crime drama film titled "Death Wish", which is directed by Eli Roth, premieres in the United State.
1976July 24, 1976: "Kiss And Say Goodbye", a song by popular R&B vocal group The Manhattans, becomes number one on the United State chart. It would occupy that position for 2 weeks.
1978July 24, 1978:
South African journalist Margaret Gardiner wins the Miss Universe title.
1998July 24, 1998:
The action film titled "Saving Private Ryan", directed by Steven Spielberg, is shown in 2,463 theaters in Canada.
2001July 24, 2001:
American rock band Jimmy Eat World, issues their 4th studio album titled “Bleed American”.
2018July 24, 2018:
American pop singer Demi Lovato is hospitalized due to an overdose of drugs.
2020July 24, 2020:
American singer and songwriter Taylor Swift releases her eight album titled “Folklore”.