July 4th, 1969, fell on a Friday. It was day 185 of 1969. The decade was the 1960s.
51 years, 0 months and 11 days have passed since July 4th, 1969.
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Songs that were on top of the music singles charts in the USA and the United Kingdom on July 4th, 1969:
The date is July 4th, 1969 and it's a Friday. People are looking forward to the weekend. America is celebrating the 4th of July, which means that fireworks are being set off and families are holding barbeques together.
It's summer, so the temperatures are warmer and the evenings are longer than usual. In America, the song Love Theme From Romeo And Juliet by Henry Mancini is on top of the singles charts. Over in the UK, Something In The Air by Thunderclap Newman is the number one hit song.
Richard Nixon is currently the President of the United States. It's 1969, so radio stations are playing hit songs from artists such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Zager & Evans, The Archies, The 5th Dimension and Elvis Presley. People are watching popular TV shows such as "The Ed Sullivan Show", "Bonanza", "Columbo." and "Here's Lucy".
Kids and teenagers are watching TV shows such as "Looney Tunes", "The Banana Splits", "The Archie Show" and "The Adventures of Gulliver". If you're a kid or a teenager, then you're probably playing with toys such as "Etch A Sketch", "G.I. Joe: America's Movable Fighting Man", "Army men" and "Frisbee".
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"The Middle Americans" (aka The Silent Majority) are named as the Time Person of the Year in 1969.
Movies released in 1969 included Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Midnight Cowboy, Easy Rider, "Hello, Dolly!", Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, The Italian Job, Paint Your Wagon, True Grit, The Wild Bunch, Cactus Flower, "Goodbye, Columbus" and On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
The Billboard Charts in 1969 were dominated by the likes of Marvin Gaye, The 5th Dimension, The Beatles, Zager and Evans, The Rolling Stones, The Archies and Tommy Roe.
"Games People Play" by Joe South would go on to win a Grammy for 1969's Song of the Year.
"Midnight Cowboy" won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1969.
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"Joe 90" - "The Adventures of Gulliver" - "The Archie Show" - "Wacky Races" - "The Banana Splits" - "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" - "Skippy the Bush Kangaroo" - "Spider-Man" - "The Monkees" - "The New Adventures of Superman" - "The King Kong Show" - "Star Trek: The Original Series" - "JOT the Dot" - "Underdog" - "The Bugs Bunny Show" - "My Three Sons" - "Captain Kangaroo" - "Lassie" - "Looney Tunes"
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