October 3 in History
1941October 3, 1941:
The American film noir titled “The Maltese Falcon”, directed by John Huston, is released in the U.S.
1952October 3, 1952:
A magnetic tape video recording is first used in Los Angeles, California.
1955October 3, 1955:
The American children's television series named "Captain Kangaroo" premieres on CBS Network.
1960October 3, 1960:
The American situation comedy series titled "The Andy Griffith Show" is first televised on CBS TV.
1961October 3, 1961:
American television sitcom called "The Dick Van Dyke Show" is initially aired on CBS TV.
1980October 3, 1980:
The British heavy metal band Diamond Head outdoors their first album named “Lightning To The Nations”.
2004October 3, 2004:
American singer and songwriter Tom Waits drops his 16th studio album titled “Real Gone” in Europe.
2005October 3, 2005:
Popular American singer and songwriter, Fiona Apples releases her 3rd album called “Extraordinary Machine”.
2006October 3, 2006:
The American sports drama television series titled "Friday Night Lights", developed by Peter Berg, premieres.
- October 3, 2006:
The American Christian rock band, Skillet drops their 6th studio album titled “Comatose”.