November 18 in NYC is a day when powerful creative content began to reside in the cultural collective of all Americans.
Mark Twain’s successful career as a writer takes off in New York on Nov. 18 in 1865 when he published “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” in the New York “Saturday Press.” It was a national success. The video below presents the celebrated story in a world made of Legos:
Also on Nov. 18 in 1928 the first successful sound-synchronized animated cartoon premiered in New York at the Universal’s Colony Theatre (Broadway Theater today). It was Walt Disney’s “Steamboat Willie,” starring Mickey Mouse. Video below:
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