Wednesday May 25, 1977
US date format: 5/25/1977, UK date format: 25/5/1977
It was Wednesday, under the sign of Gemini (see birth chart on May 25, 1977). The US president was Jimmy Carter (Democrat), the UK Prime Minister was James Callaghan (Labour), Pope St Paul VI was leading the Catholic Church.
Famous people born on this day include Alberto Del Rio and Christophe Negrel.
In that special week of May people in US were listening to Sir Duke by Stevie Wonder.
In UK I Don't Want To Talk About It / First Cut Is The Deepest by Rod Stewart was in the top 5 hits.
Cinderella, directed by Michael Pataki, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1977
while The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough was one of the best selling books.
On TV people were watching Hollywood High.
If you liked videogames you were probably playing Super Bug or Circus.
But much more happened that day: find out below..
Which were the important events of May 25, 1977?
- Ancient Latvia - Urbanas Diena observed
- Saint Reinolf
- Saint Marie-Madeleine-Sofie Barat (died 1865)
- Virginia - Confederate Memorial Day (1868)
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- Beatles Live! At Star-Club in Hamburg Germany released
- Brady Bunch Hour, last airs on ABC-TV
- Liverpool wins 22nd Europe Cup 1 in Rome.
- US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site.
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- Yevgenia Ginzburg: Russian writer (Born 1904).
Which were the top hits in that special week of May 25, 1977?
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Top #10 songs in the USA
- Stevie Wonder - Sir Duke
- Leo Sayer - When I Need You
- KC and the Sunshine Band - I'm Your Boogie Man
- Fleetwood Mac - Dreams
- Marvin Gaye - Got To Give It Up (Part 1)
- Bill Conti - Gonna Fly Now (Theme From Rocky)
- Climax Blues Band - Couldn't Get It Right
- Kenny Rogers - Lucille
- Andrew Gold - Lonely Boy
- Foreigner - Feels Like The First Time
Top #4 songs in the UK
Top #10 R&B songs
- Stevie Wonder - Sir Duke
- Marvin Gaye - Got To Give It Up (Pt. 1)
- Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan - Hollywood
- Tavares - Whodunit
- The Isley Brothers - The Pride (Part I)
- The Jacksons - Show You The Way To Go
- The Sylvers - High School Dance
- The Manhattans - It Feels So Good To Be Loved So Bad
- Aretha Franklin - Break It To Me Gently
- Shalamar - Uptown Festival (Part 1)
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Which were the most popular TV Series released in those months?
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Days to next May 25If May 25, 1977 is your birthday you're 43 years, 4 months, 5 days old and you'll celebrate your next birthday in 7 months, 25 days.
Which were the most popular books released in the last weeks?
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What videogames would you be playing back in the days?
Frequently Asked Questions
What day of the week was on May 25, 1977?
On May 25, 1977 the day of the week was Wednesday.
What zodiac sign is May 25, 1977?
On May 25, 1977 the zodiac sign was Gemini.
Who was the US President on May 25, 1977?
On May 25, 1977 the US President was Jimmy Carter (Democrat).
Who was the UK Prime Minister on May 25, 1977?
On May 25, 1977 the UK Prime Minister was James Callaghan (Labour).
Who was the Pope on May 25, 1977?
On May 25, 1977 Pope St Paul VI was leading the Catholic Church.
Which famous people are born on May 25, 1977?
On May 25, 1977 several famous people were born including, Alberto Del Rio, Karthik Sivakumar, Christophe Negrel.
Which famous people died on May 25, 1977?
Famous people died on May 25, 1977 include, Yevgenia Ginzburg.
What was the number one song in May 25, 1977?
The number one song in the week of May 25, 1977 was Sir Duke by Stevie Wonder in US and I Don't Want To Talk About It / First Cut Is The Deepest by Rod Stewart in UK.
What were the top hits on May 25, 1977?
The top hits on May 25, 1977 were Sir Duke by Stevie Wonder, When I Need You by Leo Sayer, I'm Your Boogie Man by KC and the Sunshine Band in US and I Don't Want To Talk About It / First Cut Is The Deepest by Rod Stewart, Free by Deniece Williams, Ain't Gonna Bump No More by Joe Tex in UK.