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Actor RICHARD DREYFUSS Turns 70 Today
He was great in so many great films, from Jaws to Mr. Holland's Opus to American Graffiti, it's hard to fathom that Oscar Winner RICHARD DREYFUSS is 70 today. He was in his middle 20s when he made American Graffiti. Here's a look back at the epic picture's classic trailer...
No Thrill on Blueberry Hill Today, FATS DOMINO Is Gone
Rock and roll, rhythm & blues pioneer, innovator and legend ANTOINE "FATS" DOMINO has reportedly died at the age of 89. He scored his first hit, "The Fat Man" in 1949, and racked up so many Top Ten smashes such as "Blueberry Hill," "Be My Guest," "I'm…
ROBERT GUILLAUME of SOAP and BENSON Dies at 89
Actor ROBERT GUILLAUME has died at the age of 89. He's best known for playing the same character on both Soap and the spinoff Benson. Guillaume continued finding TV work in sitcoms such as Pacific Station, Sports Night and the eponymous Robert Guillaume Show...
SEVENTH SON Originator WILLIE MABON Born this Day 1925
R&B singer WILLIE MABON was born this day in 1925. One of his hits, "SEVENTH SON," was remade a decade after the original by Johnny Rivers and became a Top Ten smash. Mabon also recorded the original "I Don't Know" later covered by the Blues Brothers.…
BOBBY FULLER Born this Day in 1943
Bobby Fuller was born in Texas this day in 1943, and was influenced by the music of Buddy Holly, covering several Holly songs including "Love's Made a Fool of You." Fuller's biggest hit, "I Fought the Law" originally came out on a tiny record label calle…
Garfield, NJ’s EDDIE BRIGATI (Rascals) Is 72 Today
Eddie Brigati was born in Garfield, New Jersey this very day in 1945. He gained fame as a member of the Young Rascals in the middle 1960s. Brigati co-wrote most of the Rascals' biggest hits, and in fact sings lead on the classic "How Can I Be Sure...
CHUCK BERRY Would’ve Been 91 Today
A true original, CHUCK BERRY was one of rock and roll's innovators and truly among the first of the singer/songwriters. Chuck was born this day in 1926, and left us earlier this year. He appeared in many of the classic black-and-white Alan Freed films of the 1950s...
JAILHOUSE ROCK, the Movie, Debuted this Day in 1957
Hard to believe, but Elvis Presley's black-and-white classic film Jailhouse Rock premiered in theaters 60 years ago today in glorious black-and-white. Elvis had a lot of choreographing input for this iconic scene. Relive the memory by clicking on the link below...

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