3 Things About Today - Nov. 26, 2019

Humphry Bogart and Ingrid Berman pause for a photo in this undated picture.

  1. “Here’s looking at you, kid.” On this day in 1942, the classic film “Casablanca” premiered. The Humphrey Bogart / Ingrid Bergman movie, directed by Michael Curtiz, went on to become one of Hollywood’s best known films, according to Britannica.
  2. “Good grief, Charlie Brown!” On this day in 1922, American cartoonist Charles Schulz was born. Schulz was the creator of the “Peanuts” comic strip which premiered in 1950 with its original title, “Li’l Folks.” Since their introduction, the Peanuts gang has starred in several holiday specials and a feature film, according to Britannica.
  3. Have your cake and eat it, too?! According to National Day Calendar, today is National Cake Day! Whether it’s a single piece or a whole pastry, one can enjoy cake to their heart’s content.
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