May 25 in History
1878May 25, 1878:
The comic opera, "H.M.S. Pinafore" premieres at the Opera Comique in London, England.
1887May 25, 1887:
200 people die at a Paris opera as a gas lamp catches fire.
1966May 25, 1966:
French drama film titled "Au Hasard Balthazar", directed by Robert Bresson, premieres.
1973May 25, 1973:
British singer and songwriter George Harrison issues a song titled "Give Me Love" in his native country.
- May 25, 1973:
English musician and multi-instrumentalist Mike Oldfield issues his debut studio album titled "Tubular Bells" in the UK.
1977May 25, 1977:
American variety show dubbed "Brady Bunch Hour" closes on ABC-TV. It was produced by Sid & Marty Krofft Productions.
- May 25, 1977:
The multimedia franchise titled “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi”, created by George Lucas, premieres in the United States.
1979May 25, 1979:
The American science fiction horror film titled "Alien" premieres in the United States. Ridley Scott worked as the director of the movie
2017May 25, 2017:
American superhero film titled “Wonder Woman" premieres in Los Angeles.