There are many days throughout the year that have historical significance, such as July 4th or September 11th. Have you ever thought about the historical significance of December 9th? It was on this day in 1992 when the United States stormed Mogadishu, Somalia. Harry Gold, a scientist convicted of treason, and Lynda Bird Johnson, the daughter of President Johnson, also share December 9th as a historical moment. It was on December 9th in 1950 and 1967, respectively, that he was sentenced and she was married in a White House Ceremony. Lastly, Palestine also began its intifada, or rebellion, against Israel on December 9, 1987. To learn more about this day, watch the This Day in History video.
A neurotic Milwaukee baker-cum-actor sets out to compete with Rudolph Valentino, but loses his wife to the legend in the process. Some very funny moments!
Stephen King story of a withdrawn teenager with telekinetic powers who retaliates against her cruel classmates on prom night.
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Stephen King's Carrie White (Sissy Spacek) is a lonely, withdrawn high-school student who is the object of ridicule because of her drabness and because of the influence of her mother (Piper Laurie)--a religious zealot who has kept her in the dark about all things feminine. When Carrie experiences her first period in the gym shower, she is teased and humiliated. Threatened with expulsion from the upcoming prom, the girls' ringleader (Amy Irving) devises a plan: Amy's boyfriend (William Katt) will pretend to court Carrie and then Carrie will be elected Prom Queen. At the prom, Amy and her cohorts (including John Travolta) drop a rigged bucket of pig's blood on Carrie. Carrie's kinetic powers are now unleashed in one of the screen's most-celebrated depictions of merciless and unstoppable fury.
Based on a Stephen King novel, Carrie is the story of a girl brought up, almost in isolation, by her psychotically religious mother Margaret.
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