On this day: September 23

Published: Sep 09 2013 06:20:03 PM EDT   Updated On: Sep 23 2014 02:00:00 AM EDT

Lewis and Clark return to St. Louis, the Nintendo Company is formed, Sigmund Freud dies, "The Jetsons" premieres, and Elton John's musical tribute to Princess Diana hits America, all on this day.

OTD September 23 - All My Children
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ABC Television

2011: The soap opera "All My Children" broadcasts its final episode on ABC, ending a 41-year run. It would be revived online less than two years later in a 30-minute format.

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