Video: ‘Thor’ clip
(Sunday, September 30, 2001, 10:30 p.m. ET) — Larry seeks revenge on pro wrestler Thor Olson, who he believes slashed his tire after an argument on the road on tonight’s episode of the HBO comedy series Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Video: 'The Shelter' (part 1)
(Friday, September 29, 1961, 10 p.m. ET) — When a nuclear attack appears imminent, several suburban friends and neighbors fight over control of a single bomb shelter on tonight’s episode of The Twilight Zone. Continue reading ‘The Shelter’ debuts on ‘The Twilight Zone’ 50 years ago this hour
Video: Lord Beaverbrook arrives in Moscow @ 8:14
(Monday, September 29, 1941) — The First Moscow Conference opened today as American Averell Harriman and Lord Beaverbrook representing the United Kingdom met with Joseph Stalin to give assurances that those two leading Allies of World War II would aid and support the Soviet Union in the common fight against Nazi Germany.
Video: 'Wednesday Ladies Free' (part 1)
(Tuesday, September 28, 1971, 8:30 p.m. ET) — Vic Tanaka is murdering women and painting their faces to resemble a former prostitute, who is now happily married, on tonight’s episode of the CBS police procedural drama Hawaii Five-0. Continue reading ‘Wednesday, Ladies Free’ on tonight’s ‘Hawaii-Five-0’ 40 years ago this hour
Video: 'Dr. Kildare ' clip (Oct. 8, 1964)
(Thursday, September 28, 1961, 7:30 p.m.) — Dr. Kildare, a medical drama TV series starring Richard Chamberlain as a young intern working in a fictional large metropolitan hospital (Blair General) while trying to learn his profession, debuted tonight on NBC.
(Saturday, September 28, 1901) — Edward Vincent “Ed” Sullivan, who entertained millions of Americans with his long-running Sunday night variety TV show, was born today in New York City.
McClellan's plan @ 1:27:18 into video
(Friday, September 27, 1861) — Amid public pressure for increased action, U.S. President Abraham Lincoln and General George B. McClellan conferred today in a meeting with the Cabinet over plans for an offensive in Virginia during the American Civil War.
(Wednesday, September 27, 1961) — Richard M. Nixon announced tonight that he would be a candidate for Governor of California next year.
The former Vice President simultaneously renounced any intention of being the Republican candidate for President of the United States in 1964.
(Saturday, September 27, 1941) — Blue Champagne by Jimmy Dorsey was the #1 song today on Billboard’s Best Sellers in Stores chart for one week. It was Dorsey’s fifth and final #1 hit in 1941.