James Bond debuts in theaters, the Beatles release their first single, PBS is founded, and Tylenol capsules are recalled amid seven deaths from tampering, all on this day.
1988: In a debate between United States vice presidential candidates, Democrat Lloyd Bentsen famously tells Republican Dan Quayle, "Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy," after Quayle defends his qualifications for office by comparing his Congressional experience to President John F. Kennedy's when he first sought the presidency.
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