- Oscar Isaac (37)
- Bow Wow (29)
- Brittany Snow (30)
- Chingy (36)
- Matthew Gray Gubler (36)
- Kerr Smith (44)
- Jean Louisa Kelly (44)
- Emmanuel Lewis (45)
- C-Murder (45)
- Shannon Leto (46)
- Juliette Binoche (52)
- Steve Wilkos (52)
- Linda Fiorentino (56 or 58)
- Barbie (57)
- Kato Kaelin (57)
- Mary Murphy (58)
- Mark Mancina (59)
- Ornella Muti (61)
- Charles Gibson (73)
- Mickey Gilley (80)
- Joyce Van Patten (82)
- Walter Mercado (aka Shanti Ananda) (84)
- Keely Smith (84)
Robert “Bumps” Blackwell (Born: May 23, 1918 / Died: March 9, 1985)
George Burns (Born: January 20, 1896 / Died: March 9, 1996)
Ivo Robic (Born: January 29, 1923 / Died: March 9, 2000)
Brad Delp (Born: June 12, 1951 / Died: March 9, 2007)
-Check out the trailers in the links below –
1977 – Islands in the Stream
1984 – The Hotel New Hampshire
1984 – Splash
1990 – Love at Large
1990 – The Handmaid’s Tale
1990 – Joe Versus the Volcano
1990 – Coupe de Ville
1990 – Bad Influence
1994 – Four Weddings and a Funeral
1959 – “It’s Just A Matter Of Time” by Brook Benton climbed to #1 on the R&B chart.
1959 – “Venus” by Frankie Avalon made a nice 7-1 leap to land at #1.
1961 – The Supremes released their first single “I Want A Guy”.
1963 – “Rhythm Of The Rain” by the Cascades continued to be the song to beat on the Easy Listening chart.
1968 – A fifth week at #1 on the Popular chart was awarded to Paul Mauriat’s “Love Is Blue”, one of The Top 100 Songs of the Rock Era* and The #1 Instrumental of the Rock Era*.
1970 – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young released the single “Woodstock”.
1970 – The Ides of March released the single “Vehicle”.
1974 – Bob Dylan put together a fourth week at #1 on the Album chart with Planet Waves.
1974 – “Seasons In The Sun” by Terry Jacks took over at #1 on the Adult chart.
1974 – Two new songs graced the Top 10 – the husband and wife team of Carly Simon & James Taylor with “Mockingbird” and John Denver’s new one–Sunshine On My Shoulders”.
1981 – James Taylor and J.D. Souther released the single “Her Town Too”.
1981 – Robert Plant and his new band the Honeydrippers debuted at the Stourbridge Wine Bar in Stourbridge, West Midlands, England.
1985 – Dead or Alive owned the #1 song in the U.K. with “You Spin Me ‘Round (Like A Record)”.
1985 – “Missing You”, Diana Ross’s tribute to the late Marvin Gaye, was #1 on the R&B chart for a third week.
1985 – REO Speedwagon earned a second career #1 with “Can’t Fight This Feeling”, bumping off Wham’s “Careless Whisper”, which had been there for three weeks.
1985 – For the fifth week, “Careless Whisper” by Wham! topped the Adult Contemporary chart.
1987 – U2 released the album The Joshua Tree.
1987 – U2 released the single “With Or Without You”.
1991 – The Clash rose to #1 in the U.K. with their song that they first released in 1982–“Should I Stay Or Should I Go”. The song picked up new popularity due to a television advertisement.
1991 – Whitney Houston continued to own the #1 song on the R&B chart with “All The Man That I Need”.
1991 – Mariah Carey made it three straight #1’s on the Popular chart to begin her career with “Someday”.
1991 – Alan Jackson tops the Billboard country singles chart for the first time in his career with “I’d Love You All Over Again
1993 – Michael Jackson was named Humanitarian of the Year at the Soul Train Music Awards.
1996 – Mariah Carey released the single “Always Be My Baby”.
1996 – A historic day in the Rock Era, as “One Sweet Day” by Mariah Carey & Boyz II Men broke the record for weeks at #1 with 15.
1997 – The self-titled Spice Girls album returned to #1 in the U.K.
1998 – LeAnn Rimes’ single “How Do I Live” is certified triple-platinum
1954 – WNBT-TV (now WNBC-TV), in New York, broadcast the first local color television commercials. The ad was Castro Decorators of New York City. (New York)
1955 – On ABC-TV, Disneyland airs “Man in Space,” the first of a 3-part series about space travel. The show features Walt Disney, animator Ward Kimball (the director of the series), and scientists Willy Ley, Heinz Haber, and Wernher Von Braun (who will later be one of the leaders in the American space program).
1975 – NBC-TV airs The Wonderful World of Disney episode “The Footloose Goose.” Narrated by Andrew Duggan, a pinioned trout-farm goose takes a wild gander for her mate, but when he’s blown off course in a storm, and then winged, he has to make his way back to her on foot.
1977 – The Jacksons’ television show aired for the final time on CBS.
1979 – The Heroes of Rock & Roll, featuring clips of Elvis Presley, the Beatles and Buddy Holly, among others, was shown on ABC-TV
1980 – Disney’s made-for-TV movie The Kids Who Knew Too Much airs for the first time. Three young model-building aficionados (played by Rad Daly, Dana Hill and Christopher Holloway) team up with an ace reporter (portrayed by Sharon Gless), who is investigating a murder. Everyone is plunged into peril when it is discover that the murder was committed to hush up a major political conspiracy!
2001 – Disney Channel’s original movie, The Luck of the Irish airs. A teenager must battle for a gold charm to keep his family from being controlled by an evil leprechaun. (It will be the network’s highest-rated original movie in the past three years.)
“OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS”
1949 – The first all-electric dining car was placed in service on the Illinois Central Railroad.
1959 – Mattel introduced Barbie at the annual Toy Fair in New York.
1964 – Production began on the first Ford Mustang.
1968 – At this year’s Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, 5th Dimension’s “Up Up And Away” wins Record of the Year (as well as Best Vocal Group Performance), while the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album takes home Album of the Year, Best Contemporary Album, Best Engineered Record and Best Album Cover.
1972 – Sid Bernstein organizes a benefit for anti-war US Presidential candidate George McGovern at Madison Square Garden, featuring Carole King, Simon and Garfunkel, James Taylor, and Carly Simon, as well as Barbra Streisand, Quincy Jones, “Mama” Cass Elliot, Burt Lancaster, Jon Voight, Britt Ekland and Jack Nicholson.
1976 – For the second time, The Who’s Keith Moon collapses while performing at a show, this time at the Boston Garden. Though drug and alcohol abuse are again the culprit, singer Roger Daltrey tells the crowd Moon is suffering from the flu. The gig ends, but the group plays another one for ticketholders on April 1.
1985 – Tokyo Disneyland’s Main Street Electrical Parade debuts. It is basically a carbon copy of the original Disneyland parade
1985 – “Gone With The Wind” went on sale in video stores across the U.S. for the first time.
1986 – U.S. Navy divers found the crew compartment of the space shuttle Challenger along with the remains of the astronauts.
1987 – Chrysler Corporation offered to buy American Motors Corporation.
1987 – John Lennon & Paul McCartney, Carole King & Gerry Goffin, Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil and Sam Cooke were inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York City.
1989 – In the U.S., a strike forced Eastern Airlines into bankruptcy.
1994 – Previews begin for Disney’s newest Broadway stage show Beauty and the Beast. (Opening night will be April 18.)