September 6 in History
1791September 6, 1791:
The premiering of the last opera of Mozart titled "La Clemenza di Tito" takes place in Prague, the Czech Republic.
1935September 6, 1935:
American comedy film titled "Steamboat Round the Bend” is officially released. The movie was directed by John Ford.
1954September 6, 1954:
The premiering of the Italian drama film titled "La Strada”, directed by Federico Fellini, takes place at Venice Film Festival.
1963September 6, 1963:
American singer and pianist Jerry Lee Lewis leaves Sun Records.
1982September 6, 1982:
Paul McCartney, a popular British singer and songwriter, releases an album titled "Tug of War".
1984September 6, 1984:
The film titled "Amadeus" produced by Saul Zaent is issued at Los Angeles.
1988September 6, 1988:
American boy-band known as ‘New Kids on the Block’ releases their 2nd studio album titled “Hangin' Tough”.
2010September 6, 2010:
The British historical drama film titled "The King's Speech" is first shown at the Telluride Film Festival. It has Tom Hooper as its director.