March 13 in History
1852March 13, 1852:
Uncle Sam, a popular animated character, appears for the first time in the New York Lantern weekly magazine.
1911March 13, 1911:
A musical by van Caryll called “Pink Lady" is first shown in NYC.
1938March 13, 1938:
The radio program titled “World News Roundup” debuts on CBS radio in the U.S.
1956March 13, 1956:
The American Western film entitled “The Searchers" is originally released.
1982March 13, 1982:
American police drama television program titled "T.J. Hooker" premieres on ABC Television.
1988March 13, 1988:
Celebrated American rock singer-songwriter Bob Seger gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1992March 13, 1992:
The American punk rock band Bad Religion issues their 6th studio album titled “Generator”.
2014March 13, 2014:
The American superhero film called "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" premieres.