Video: '45 85 Part 6' (Mar. 4, 1954, at 4:12)
(Thursday, March 4, 1954; during the Cold War) — Speaking before the 10th Inter-American Conference, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles warned today that “international communism” is making inroads in the Western Hemisphere and asked the nations of Latin America to condemn this danger.
Video: '1993 World Trade Center Bombing Documentary'
(Friday, March 4, 1994) — A Federal jury today convicted all four of the men on trial in the bomb attack that killed six people at the World Trade Center on Feb. 26, 1993, causing hundreds of millions of dollars of damage and sending a jolt of fear through a nation abruptly aware of its vulnerability to terrorism.
(Monday, March 4, 1974) — The first issue of People magazine, then called People Weekly, was published today by Time-Life Inc. On the cover was actress Mia Farrow, then co-starring in The Great Gatsby.
Video: 'A Hard Day's Night (Full Movie) 1080p [HD] subtitulada' (Mar. 4, 1964, at 5:46-8:01)
(Wednesday, March 4, 1964) — As on the previous day, The Beatles traveled today between Acton, in west London, and Minehead in the west of England, filming more of the train sequences in their debut film A Hard Day’s Night. Continue reading The Beatles film ‘Hey Mister, Can We Have Our Ball Back’ sequence 50 years ago today (Mar 4 1964)
(Saturday, March 4, 1944) — “Bésame Mucho (Kiss Me Much)” by Jimmy Dorsey (with vocals by Bob Eberly and Kitty Kallen) was the #1 song on today’s Billboard National List of Best Selling Retail Records chart for seven consecutive weeks (March 4/11/18/25, April 1/8/15, 1944).