July 29 in History
1954July 29, 1954:
The first of three volumes of the epic novel dubbed "Fellowship of the Ring" by the English author J. R. R. Tolkien is published.
1957July 29, 1957:
American talk show “The Tonight show”, which is hosted by Jack Paar, premieres.
1961July 29, 1961:
American singer and songwriter Bob Dylan is injured in a motor accident.
1965July 29, 1965:
The Beatles premieres their film titled "Help" at London Pavilion Theatre in the West End of London.
1966July 29, 1966:
The British rock band ‘Cream’ makes its unofficial debut at the Twisted Wheel.
1978July 29, 1978:
1983July 29, 1983:
NBC TV premieres the music video dubbed "Friday Night Videos".
1992July 29, 1992:
American stage, television and film actor Ray Sharkey is arrested by the Canadian security agency for possessing narcotic drugs.