Video: 'PEYTON PLACE: Episode 1 (Series debut) - Part 1 of 2'
(Tuesday, September 15, 1974, 9:30 p.m. EDT) — Peyton Place, a prime-time soap opera television series set in a fictional composite of several real New Hampshire towns, debuted tonight as a regular television series on ABC. It starred Dorothy Malone, Mia Farrow and Ed Nelson, among many others. Continue reading ‘Peyton Place’ series debuts on ABC-TV 50 years ago this hour (Sep 15 1964)
Video: 'The Beatles Cleveland Concert 1964'
(Tuesday, September 15, 1964, evening EDT) — The Beatles performed tonight at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland during the band’s 21st stop of their first full North American tour.
During the group’s performance of All My Loving, a handful of rabid fans broke through the police cordon and climbed onto the stage. The Beatles left the stage when their performance was temporarily halted by police.
Video: 'The Beatles - Cleveland Sheraton Hotel Press Conference - September 15, 1964'
(Tuesday, September 15, 1964) — The Beatles held a two press conferences (one to all members of the press, the second for the benefit of WHK Radio contest winners) today at the Sheraton Hotel before their concert in Cleveland during the band’s 21st stop of their first full North American tour.
Video: 'Putting On The Style - The Beatles'
(Thursday, September 15, 1994) — The earliest known recording of Beatle John Lennon in performance was sold today at Sotheby’s in London for $122,770, the highest price paid at auction for any recording. Continue reading Early Lennon tape is sold 20 years ago today (Sep 15 1994)
(Saturday, September 15, 1984) — “If This Is It” by Huey Lewis and the News at #6 on today’s Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for two weeks.
Video: 'Marilyn Monroe - George Barris Interview about Seven Year Itch Skirt Blowing Scene'
(Friday, September 15, 1954, 1:00 a.m. EDT) — As raucous fans looked on, 28-year-old actress Marilyn Monroe filmed the famous billowing-skirt scene for The Seven Year Itch early this morning over a Lexington Avenue subway grate in Manhattan. However, little, if any, of the footage ended up in the movie; the scene was later re-shot on a Hollywood set.