June 23 2010 Today in History Newsletter
Gotti Sentenced, Batman Opens
Today is June 23, 2010. On this day in history John Gotti was sentenced to life and Batman opened in theaters.
Today is June 23, 2010. On this day in history John Gotti was sentenced to life in prison and Batman starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson opened in theaters across the country.
What else happened on this day in history?
In 1611, Henry Hudson was set adrift in Hudson Bay by mutineers on his ship Discovery and was never seen again.
In 1888, Frederick Douglass is the first African-American nominated for the presidency.
In 1955, Walt Disney's "Lady & the Tramp" is released.
In 1960, "The Pat Boone Show" last airs on ABC-TV.
In 2006, television producer Aaron Spelling died.
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