On November 22, 1963, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy took place in Dallas, Texas. Kennedy and his wife Jackie were riding in an open limousine through the city center when he was shot by a rifle while passing through Dealey Plaza. He was transported to Parkland Hospital but died of his injuries shortly after.
The Warren Commission was formed to investigate the assassination and concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in killing Kennedy. However, this conclusion was not accepted by everyone, as Oswald had a controversial past and numerous conspiracy theories about the event still circulate today.
On the same day in 1986, Mike Tyson became the world heavyweight boxing champion at the age of 20. He started his professional career at age 18 and won all of his first 19 fights by knockout before becoming champion. He held all three major world championship titles (WBA, WBC, and IBF) but declared bankruptcy in 2003 and retired from boxing in 2006.
Toy Story is a computer-animated film that premiered on November 22, 1995, making it the first feature-length animated film to use full computer animation. It follows a group of toys that come to life after their owner is not present, focusing on Woody and Buzz Lightyear as they embark on a journey to save their owner’s favorite toy from being donated to charity.