On this day in Film & TV 1 november

1611: Shakespeare's romantic comedy play "Tempest" is first presented.

1904: George Bernard Shaw's comedy play "John Bull's Other Island" premieres in London.

1920: Eugene O'Neill's drama "Emperor Jones" opens at Provincetown Playhouse, NYC; runs for 204 performances.

1967: "Cool Hand Luke", starring Paul Newman, George Kennedy, and Strother Martin, is released.

1968: Noël Coward's "Sweet Potato" opens at Booth Theater NYC for 36 performances].

1997: "Titanic" directed by James Cameron, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet premieres at the Tokyo International Film Festival..

1982:  Andrew "Dice" Clay & George Wendt appear in "Trick or Treatment".

1972:  1st gay theme TV movie - "That Certain Summer".

1970:  KGTF TV channel 12 in Agana, GU (PBS) begins broadcasting.

1962:  WZZM TV channel 13 in Grand Rapids, MI (ABC) begins broadcasting.

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