|World Series Champions:
||New York Giants
|Stanley Cup Champs:
||New York Rangers
|U.S. Open Golf
|U.S. Tennis: (Men/Ladies)
||Fred Perry/ Helen H. Jacobs
||Jack Crawford/Helen Moody
|NCAA Football Champions:
|The Hotties and Fashion Icons:
||Jean Harlow, Hedy Lamarr, Greta
Garbo, Joan Blondell
|"The 1933 Quotes"
"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself"
- Franklin Delano Roosevelt
"Oh, no, it wasn't the airplanes. It was Beauty
killed the Beast.
- Robert Armstrong, in 'King Kong'
"Well, here's another nice mess you've gotten
- Oliver Hardy, in 'Sons of the Desert'
"When I'm good, I'm very very good, but when
I'm bad, I'm better"
- Mae West, in 'I'm No Angel'
"Why don't you come up sometime and see me?"
- Mae West, in 'She Done Him Wrong'
"Sawyer, you're going out a youngster, but you've
got to come back a star!"
- Warner Baxter, in '42nd Street'
|Time Magazine's Man of the Year
||Hugh Samuel Johnson
||Mary Katherine Campbell (Columbus,
||The first 'Nude Scene' is often credited
to Hedy Lamarr in 'Extase' (Ecstasy).
(You can mouseover King Kong below for a peek)
King Kong was the first over-the-top Sci Fi Blockbuster
The Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
was repealed, allowing sale and consumption of alcoholic
drinks, and ending Prohibition. The 18th amendment
was the first (and only) constitutional amendment
that actually withheld a right from American citizens
- the constititution has traditioninally protected
The 'Gold Standard' was dropped by the United States,
which opted for a 'modified gold bullion standard.'
The Gallo (Ernest & Julio) Winery opened.
Frances Perkins was named secretary of labor by President
Roosevelt, the first U.S. female cabinet member.
The Thomas E. Wilson Company (later called Wilson
Sporting Goods) introduced the R-90 sand wedge golf
1933 was the first time you could buy a 'Betty
Richard Hollingshead opened the first movie Drive-In
in Camden, NJ.
Two nerds fron Cleveland, Jerome Siegel and Joseph
Shuster, had a little self-published science fiction
fanzine called 'Science Fiction', and in issue #3,
had a story about a super-powered telepath who attempted
to take over the world. A few years later they evolved
the Super-Man idea andbrought to it to National Allied
Publications, which later became DC Comics, and the
character named Superman became the most popular fictional
character of all time.
|1st appearances & 1933's
Most Popular Christmas gifts, toys and presents:
|Best Film Oscar Winner: