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The 25 Most Memorable Moments in TV History

by Brady In The Morning posted Sep 9 2013 7:53AM has put out a list of 'The 25 Most Memorable Moments in TV History.'
Most of the list is made up of reporting on current events . . . including the top three entries: There were three entries from the '50s . . . seven from the '60s . . . three from the '70s . . . six from the '80s . . . and three from the '90s . . . and only three since then.
Here's the list:
1. The Apollo 11 Moon Landing, 1969
2. The September 11th Attacks, 2001
3. Hurricane Katrina, 2005
4. Walter Cronkite announcing the death of JFK, 1963
5. Walter Cronkite denouncing the Vietnam War, 1968
6. The Fall of the Berlin Wall, 1989
7. President Nixon resigning, 1974
8. The Kennedy / Nixon Debate, 1960
9. "Roots", 1977 10. The O.J. Simpson chase, 1994
11. The Beatles on "Ed Sullivan", 1964
12. Elvis Presley on "Ed Sullivan", 1956
13. The "Black Power" salute at the Mexico City Olympic Games, 1968
14. Election Night 2000, when Bush beat Gore
15. The last episode of "M*A*S*H", 1983
16. Muhammad Ali lighting the Olympic Torch in Atlanta, 1996
17. The Rescue of "Baby Jessica", 1987
18. Johnny Carson's final "Tonight Show", 1992
19. Sammy Davis Jr. doing a guest appearance on "All in the Family", 1972
20. Richard Nixon's speech on "Checkers" the Dog, 1952
21. The episode of "I Love Lucy" where she goes to the candy factory, 1952
22. J.R. getting shot on "Dallas", 1980
23. The finale of "The Fugitive", 1967
24. The Miracle on Ice, when the U.S. Olympic hockey team surprised everyone by beating the Soviet Union, 1980
25. The Wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, 1981
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