October 13 in History
1931October 13, 1931:
The musical comedy play by British playwright Noël Coward named "Cavalcade" premieres in London at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
1949October 13, 1949:
“Touch and Go” A British jazz-pop musical ensemble performs at the Broadhurst Theater in New York City.
1950October 13, 1950:
The American drama film "All About Eve", written and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, is released.
1962October 13, 1962:
The play by Edward Albee dubbed "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" makes its Broadway debut.
1967October 13, 1967:
CBS Radio stops airing the daytime variety talk show called "House Party".
1971October 13, 1971:
The American vampire film called “The Velvet Vampire”, directed by Stephanie Rothman, premieres in the United States.
1978October 13, 1978:
British rock band Queen releases a song titled "Fat Bottomed Girls".