September 19 in History
1888September 19, 1888:
The first international beauty pageant “Concours de Beaute” takes place in Spa, Belgium.
1952September 19, 1952:
The American television series called “Adventures of Superman" begins showing in the country.
1959September 19, 1959:
The first secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev is barred from entering Disneyland.
1975September 19, 1975:
The British television sitcom dubbed "Fawlty Towers" is shown for the first time in the United Kingdom on BBC2.
1980September 19, 1980:
The American family drama film entitled "Ordinary People", which was directed by Robert Redford, hits cinemas across the country.
1988September 19, 1988:
The fourth studio album of American rock group Bon Jovi, which is entitled "New Jersey", is issued with the help of Mercury Records.
1989September 19, 1989:
American medical drama film titled "Doogie Howser, M.D." is first broadcasted on ABC Television Network.
- September 19, 1989:
American singer and songwriter Janet Jackson drops her 4th studio album titled "Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814". The work was released under the A&M Records label.
1990September 19, 1990:
American comedy series, “The Mary Tyler Moore" is originally aired on the CBS Network.
1994September 19, 1994:
An American medical drama TV series called "ER" makes its debut on NBC Television Network.