"Danny" Bonaduce (born August 13, 1959) is an American radio\/television personality, comedian, professional wrestler, and former child actor. \u201cBorn Today\u201d \tJames Morrison (31) \tSebastian Stan (33) \tJames Carpinello (40) \tMoritz Bleibtreu (44) \tDebi Mazar (51) \tJohn Slattery (53) \tSam Champion (54) \tDawnn Lewis (54) \tDanny Bonaduce (56) \tPhilippe Petit (66) \tKathleen Battle (67) \tPat Harrington Jr. (86) \tFidel Castro (89) \tAnnie Oakley (RIP) \tAlfred Hitchcock (RIP) \tBert Larh (RIP) \u201cDied Today\u201d \tH.G Wells (Born: September 21, 1866 \/ Died: August 13, 1946) \tMickey Mantle (Born: October 20, 1931 \/ Died: August 13, 1995) \u201cMovies\u201d \t1967 - Bonnie and Clyde \t1982 - Fast Times at Ridgemont High \t1982 - Friday the 13th Part III \t1982 - An Officer and a Gentleman \t1982 - Tempest \t1986 - Half Moon Street \t1993 - Heart and Souls \t1993 - Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday \t1993 - The Secret Garden \t1997 - The Full Monty \t1999 - Bowfinger \t1999 - Brokedown Palace \t1999 - Detroit Rock City \u201cMusic\u201d \t1957 - Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers began a two-week run at the London Palladium. \t1961 - The Beatles kicked off 92 straight shows at the Top Ten Club in Hamburg, Germany. They played for seven hours a night on weekdays and eight hours on weekends. \t1964 - John Lennon was reunited with his father after 17 years. \t1966 - David Bowie's first single "Do Anything You Say" was released. \t1966 - The Troggs recorded "Wild Thing" at Regent Sound Studio in London. https:\/\/youtu.be\/Hce74cEAAaE \t1967 - Jefferson Airplane\u2019s "Somebody To Love" debuted on the chart. \u00a0 https:\/\/youtu.be\/2EdLasOrG6c \t1967 - \u201dSomethin' Stupid" hit #1 by father and daughter team Frank & Nancy Sinatra. \t1967 - The Turtles remained atop the chart with "Happy Together.\u201d The Mamas and the Papas held steady with "Dedicated To The One I Love" with former #1 "Penny Lane" from the Beatles in third. \t1967 - The Monkees spent their 21st consecutive week at #1 on the Album chart, #13 with their self-titled debut and #8 with More of the Monkees. \t1968 - Tommy James & the Shondells released the single "Mony Mony" https:\/\/youtu.be\/pkMgs3lFwkQ \t1968 - The Rascals released the single "A Beautiful Morning\u201d \t1969 - The Beach Boys sued their record label, Capitol, for $2 million in unpaid royalties. The group also announced that they were starting their own Brothers Records label. \t1970 - Woodstock premiered in Hollywood. \t1970 - \u00a0Over one million postal ticket applications were sent to Earls Court in London for the forthcoming series of six European concerts by the Rolling Stones. \t1972 - Dr. Hook debuted on the chart with their first single, "Sylvia's Mother" https:\/\/youtu.be\/UPrixYOTNHw \t1972 - The Allman Brothers Band entered the Top 10 with one of their biggest career albums Eat a Peach. \t1972 - Roberta Flack hit #1 on the Adult chart with "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" https:\/\/youtu.be\/r9jmusgMgro \t1972 - America remained at #1 with "A Horse With No Name" as Neil Young continued at #2 with "Heart Of Gold. \u00a0 \t1974 - Paul McCartney & Wings released one of the great singles of Paul's career "Band On The Run" https:\/\/youtu.be\/4qdpWykfMnk \t1974 - Gordon Lightfoot released the single "Sundown" \t1977 - Elvis Presley was admitted to a hospital in Memphis, Tennessee following fatigue and intestinal flu. He was confined to a hospital bed for six days. \t1978 - The #1 song in the U.K. was "Denis" by Blondie. https:\/\/youtu.be\/ahGxiSV_LH0 \t1978 - Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway rose to #1 on the R&B chart with "The Closer I Get To You". \t1978 - "Night Fever" by the Bee Gees was #1 for a third week. The group had now been at #1 in 10 of the last 15 weeks, and songs written by the group (they also wrote "Love Is Thicker Than Water" for Andy Gibb) had been #1 for 12 of 15 weeks. \u00a0 https:\/\/youtu.be\/-ihs-vT9T3Q \t1982 - Toto released the single "Rosanna" \t1982 - John Cougar released the single "Hurts So Good" on Riva Records. \t1983 - Kirk Hammett joined Metallica. \t1984 - Marvin Gaye was shot dead by his father at his parent's home in Los Angeles, the day before his 45th birthday. Gaye attempted to intervene in a squabble his parents were having over misplaced documents, but was killed by the gun Gaye had given his father just four months before. Marvin Gaye, Sr. pleaded guilty to manslaughter after first-degree murder charges had been dropped due to the discovery that he had a brain tumor. \t1989 - Guns N' Roses released the single "Patience" https:\/\/youtu.be\/ErvgV4P6Fzc \t1989 - Madonna added another #1 album to her streak in the U.K. with Like A Prayer. \t1989 - The Bangles went to #1 in the U.S., the U.K. and Australia with "Eternal Flame", their second career #1. \t1995 - Montell Jordan had the new #1 song on the R&B chart with "This Is How We Do It" https:\/\/youtu.be\/0hiUuL5uTKc \t1995 - Madonna's "Take a Bow" was #1 overall for a sixth week. \u00a0 \u201cTV\/Radio\u201d \t1965 - The Who recorded a show at a Manchester, England television studio for an appearance on the television show Top of the Pops. \u00a0 \t1971 - Led Zeppelin performed in concert for the BBC Radio show Rock Hour at London's Paris Theater \t1975 - The Bay City Rollers' TV series Shang-A-Lang premiered on ITV in the U.K. \u201cOther Important Events\u2026\u201d \t1960 - The first navigational satellite was launched into Earth's orbit. \t1998 - Dolly, the world's first cloned sheep, gave natural birth to a healthy baby lamb.