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Today in
Television History

1940 - Television was used for the first time to present a sales meeting to convention delegates in New York City.

1955 - The western TV series "Rawhide" premiered. The show was cancelled in 1966.

1977 - Super Bowl XI set a pro attendance record with 103,438. The NBC telecast was viewed by 81.9 million.

1984 - Clara Peller was first seen by TV viewers in the "Where's the Beef?" commercial campaign for Wendy's.

1992 - Sting made a guest appearance on the series "
The Simpsons," in the episode "Radio Bart."

1996 - The first episode of "3rd Rock from the Sun" aired on NBC.

1999 - The first episode of "Providence" aired on NBC.

2001 - ABC-TV aired "The Mole" for the first time.

Today in
American Bandstand History

1958 - Dion & the Belmonts peformed "Don't Pity Me" on "American Bandstand."

1961 - Linda Hopkins appeared on "American Bandstand."

1965 - Gale Garnett performed "Lovin' Place" on "American Bandstand."

1965 - Jumpin' Gene Simmons performed "The Dodo" and "Haunted House" on "American Bandstand."

1971 - Cass Elliott performed "A Song That Never Comes" on "American Bandstand."

1971 - Dave Mason performed "Only You Know and I Know" on "American Bandstand."

1982 - Quarterflash performed "Harden My Heart" on "American Bandstand."


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