That's My Baby
OverheardE(to D): Cookie Monster's not a Muppet, you silly goose!
Uncle Dan St. John
This Day In History
Playwright William Shakespeare was baptized in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England
English colonists make landfall at Cape Henry, Virginia.
Thousands of meteor fragments fall from the skies of L'Aigle, France; the event convinces European science that meteors exist.
The Duke of York weds Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon at Westminster Abbey.
First container ship left Port Newark, New Jersey for Houston, Texas.
Final run of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Royal Blue from Washington, D.C., to New York City after 68 years, the first U.S. passenger train to use electric locomotives.
Mommy & Daddy got married, Jersey City, NJ.
Adam Falckenhagen, German lutenist and composer (d. 1754)
Esek Hopkins, Commander of the US Navy during the Revolutionary War (d. 1802)
John James Audubon, French-American naturalist and illustrator (d. 1851)
Eugène Delacroix, French painter (d. 1863)
Alfred Krupp, German industrialist (d. 1887)
Frederick Law Olmsted, American landscape architect (d. 1903)
Artemus Ward, American comic writer (d. 1867)
Edmund C. Tarbell, American artist (d. 1938)
Anita Loos, American writer (d. 1981)
Eddie Eagan, American sportsman (d. 1967)
Tomoyuki Tanaka, Japanese movie producer and creator of Godzilla (d. 1997)
A. E. van Vogt, Canadian science fiction writer (d. 2000)
I.M. Pei, Chinese-born architect
Carol Burnett, American actress, comedian, singer, dancer and writer
Duane Eddy, American musician
Bobby Rydell, American singer
Gary Wright, American singer
Warren Clarke, British actor
Roger Taylor, British musician (Duran Duran)
Li Lianjie/Jet Li, Chinese martial artist and actor
Ivana Milicevic, Croatian-American actress
Stana Katic, Canadian actress