This Week in Art History

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February 7, 1974: Mel Brooks’ “Blazing Saddles” opened in movie theaters, with Cleavon Little as Bart.

February 8, 1965: Supremes released their hit song, “Stop in the Name of Love”.

February 9, 1997: “The Simpsons” aired its 167th episode, making it the longest-running animated television show.

February 10, 1949: Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” opens on Broadway.

February 11, 1942: The comic book “Archie” debuts.

February 12, 2009: NAACP Image Awards: “The Secret Life of Bees” won Outstanding Motion Picture.

February 13, 1981: The NY Times published their longest sentence ever (1,286 words).



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