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- Real World: May 9. Impeachment hearings are opened by the U.S. House of Representatives against President Richard Nixon.
- Real World: August 9. As a result of the Watergate scandal, U.S. President Richard Nixon resigns rather than be impeached; he is replaced by his Vice President, Gerald Ford.
- Real World: September 8. U.S. President Gerald Ford pardons Richard Nixon of any wrongdoing he committed while in office.
- Real World: November 16. The Arecibo Telescope sends a radio message towards the M13 globular cluster.
- Real World: November 20. The U.S. Department of Justice files its last anti-trust suit against AT&T.
- Real World: November 22. The United Nations General Assembly grants observer status to the Palestinian Liberation Organization.
- DC (Generations): Bruce Wayne Jr. and his mother become distanced from each other. (Superman & Batman: Generations)
New Fictional Works
Carrie by Stephen King, A Wind in the Door by Madeleine L'Engle.
- Around the World in 80 Days, Bat People, The Beast Must Die, The Blood Splattered Bride, Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter, Celine and Julie Go Boating, Chinatown, Dark Star, Evil of Dracula, Fer-de-lance (TV movie), Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell, The Godfather, Part II, The Golden Voyage of Sinbad, Huckleberry Finn, The Island at the Top of the World
- It's Alive!, Journey Back to Oz, Lancelot of the Lake, Legend of the Werewolf, The Little Prince, The Man with the Golden Gun, Phase IV, Planet Earth, Seizure, The Shrieking, Son of Dracula, The Story of Jacob and Joseph, The Terminal Man, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Three the Hard Way, Trilogy of Terror (TV movie), Vampyres, When the Screaming Stops, Zardoz.
Notable Comic Books
Notable Television Series
- Beginning: The Count of Monte Cristo, Kolchak: The Night Stalker, Land of the Lost, Planet of the Apes, The Six Million Dollar Man, Valley of the Dinosaurs.
- Continuing: Doctor Who (Season 12), Star Trek (animated) (Season 2), The Tomorrow People (Season 2).
- Ending: Gatchaman (Japan).
Notable Role-Playing Games
Dungeons and Dragons.
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