On this day in history, 'I Love Lucy' premiered on CBS, October 15, 1951

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On October 15th in 1951, 'I Love Lucy' premiered on CBS. In honor of the iconic program's anniversary, the top 6 most memorable moments on 'I Love Lucy:'
Happy Birthday Lucille Ball! Relive Her 6 Most Memorable Scenes

Other events that happened on October 15th in history:
1844
: Philosopher, Friedrich Nietzche, was born.
1989: Los Angeles Kings player, Wayne Gretzky, broke Gordie Howe's all time points record.
1990: Mickael Gorbachev was awarded the Nobel Peace prize for his efforts to open up the former Soviet Union to the rest of the world.
2007: Drew Carey started as the new host of 'The Price is Right.'
2013: A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck the Philippines.

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