October 5 in History
1946October 5, 1946:
The first annual Cannes Film Festival comes to a close.
1956October 5, 1956:
American epic religious drama film named "The Ten Commandments" premieres in theatres across the country.
1961October 5, 1961:
The American romantic comedy film called “Breakfast at Tiffany's" is released. Blake Edwards worked as the director.
1962October 5, 1962:
The British spy film entitled "Dr. No”, directed by Terence Young, is released.
1970October 5, 1970:
American television program distributor, PBS, becomes a public television station in the United States.
- October 5, 1970:
The English rock band Led Zeppelin issues their 3rd studio album under the theme “Led Zeppelin III”.
1973October 5, 1973:
English singer and songwriter, Elton John drops his 7th studio album called “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”.
1990October 5, 1990:
The American biographical drama film titled "Henry and June", directed by Philip Kaufman, is released.
1999October 5, 1999:
Paul McCartney releases his 11th solo studio album dubbed “Run Devil Run” in the United States.