"BORN TODAY" \tMegan Hilty (1981) \tChris D\u2019Elia (1980) \tJennifer Capriati (1976) \tBrandi Love (1973) \tJames Atkin (1969) \tLucy Lawless (1968) \tMichel Hazanavicius (1967) \tJohn Popper (1967) \tJill Goodacre (1964) \tElle Macpherson (1964) \tAmy Sedaris (1961) \tMichael Winterbottom (1961) \tPerry Farrell (1959) \tChristopher Lambert (1957) \tChristopher Lawford (1955) \tBrendan Gleeson (1955) \tDianne Kay (1955) \tMarina Sirtis (1955) \tMichael Brecker (1949) \tBud Cort (1948) \tBobby Kimball (1947) \tBruce Weber (1946) \tWalt "Clyde" Frazier (1945) \tEric Idle (1943) \tScott Wilson (1942) \tSam Walton (1918) RIP "DIED TODAY" \tJeanine Deckers (Born:\u00a0October 17, 1933 \/ Died:\u00a0March 29, 1985) \tJoe Williams (Born:\u00a0December 12, 1918 \/Died:\u00a0March 29, 1999) \tJohn Lewis (\u00a0Born:\u00a0May 3, 1920 \/ Died:\u00a0March 29, 2001) \tAndy Hallett (Born:\u00a0August 4, 1975 \/ Died:\u00a0March 29, 2009) "MOVIES TODAY" \t1963 \u2013 Miracle of the White Stallions \t1968 \u2013 Madigan \t1974 \u2013 The Great Gatsby \t1985 \u2013 Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment \t1985 \u2013 King David \t1985 \u2013 Desperately Seeking Susan \t1985 \u2013 The Slugger\u2019s Wife \t1991 \u2013 Career Opportunities \t1996 \u2013 Sgt. Bilko "MUSIC TODAY" \t1962 \u2013 Gene Chandler received a gold record for \u201cDuke of Earl.\u201d \t1963 \u2013\u00a0 The Shadows had their fifth #1 in the U.K. with \u201cFoot Tapper\u201d. \t1969 \u2013\u00a0 \u201cGalveston\u201d by Glen Campbell set the pace on the Adult chart. \t1969 \u2013\u00a0 Blood, Sweat & Tears soared to the top of the U.S. Album chart with their phenomenal debut album. \t1975 \u2013\u00a0 Jeff Beck released his first solo album Blow By Blow. \t1975 \u2013 \u00a0Patti Labelle topped the U.S. Singles chart with \u201cLady Marmalade\u201d. \t1975 \u2013\u00a0 Led Zeppelin placed all six albums on the U.S. Album chart simultaneously.\u00a0 No other act has ever matched that feat. Physical Graffiti was #1. \t1975 \u2013 Linda Ronstadt was at #1 on the Country music charts with her fifth solo album Heart Like a Wheel. Ronstadt won her first of a record 11 Grammy Awards in early 1976 for Best Country Vocal Performance Female for \u201cI Can\u2019t Help It (If I\u2019m Still In Love With You)\u201d, from the album. \t1976 \u2013 No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit \u2013 Johnnie Taylor\u2019s "Disco Lady" \t1980 \u2013\u00a0 It had been nearly ten years since he had a hit, but Tommy James had the new #1 song on the Adult Contemporary chart with \u201cThree Times In Love\u201d. \t1980 \u2013 Conway Twitty nets a #1 country single in Billboard with \u201cI\u2019d Love To Lay You Down\u201d. \t1980 \u2013\u00a0 Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd spent its 303rd week on the Album chart to finally topple Tapestry, the masterpiece by Stanley, Idaho\u2019s Carole King, which had held the record for nearly a decade.\u00a0 The Floyd went on to obliterate the record, staying on the charts from 1973-1988, an unbelievable 741 weeks.\u00a0 With several re-entries onto the chart, the count as of late last year was 889 weeks for Dark Side. \t1981 \u2013 Dolly Parton was at #1 on the country chart with 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs, her 23rd solo studio release. A concept album about working, the album was centered around Parton\u2019s hit \u201c9 to 5\u201d, which served as the theme song to the film of the same name. \t1982\u00a0 \u2013 Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney release \u201cEbony And Ivory.\u201d \t1986 \u2013\u00a0 Falco moved to #1 with \u201cRock Me Amadeus\u201d. Heart\u2019s \u201cThese Dreams\u201d edged down while \u201cSecret Lovers\u201d by Atlantic Starr was third. \t1986 \u2013\u00a0 Whitney Houston had the top album for the fourth straight week, as the album passed the 52-week mark of release. \t1986 \u2013 Cliff Richard and The Young Ones were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with \u2018Living Doll.\u2019 In aid of Comic Relief, a re-recording of his 1959 No.1, with the cast of the TV show \u2018The Young Ones\u2019. \t1997 \u2013 Reba McEntire\u2019s \u201cHow Was I To Know\u201d reaches #1 on the Billboard country chart \t2000 \u2013 Faith Hill released \u201cThe Way You Love Me\u201d the second single off her 1999 album Breathe, which was also her second #1 country single and her 8th #1 country single overall. "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1954 \u2013 The ABC-Paramount board approves a deal with Walt Disney. In exchange for Walt Disney\u2019s commitment to produce a weekly television series, ABC-Paramount will contribute $500,000 to Disneyland, guarantee $4.5 million in loans, and become a 34 percent owner in Disneyland, Inc. (The actual contract won\u2019t be signed until\u00a0April 2.) \t1962 \u2013 Jack Paar made his final appearance on the \u201cTonight\u201d show. \t1968 \u2013\u00a0Glen Campbell was named as the guest host of the Smothers Brothers\u2019 Summer Replacement Variety Hour on CBS-TV. \t1970 \u2013\u00a0 Ed Sullivan debuted a series of live broadcasts in which music stars sang for servicemen in VA hospitals during the Vietnam War.\u00a0 Bobby Gentry and Gladys Knight & the Pips appeared on the first show, televised on CBS. \t1982 \u2013 The soap opera \u201cSearch for Tomorrow\u201d changed from CBS to NBC "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS" \t1943 \u2013 The rationing of meat, cheese, butter and cooking oils goes into effect when Americans are given ration books allowing the purchase of a certain amount of meat, cheese, butter and cooking oils each month. This followed earlier rationing of Gasoline. \t1950 \u2013 A note is sent to police in New York warning of a bomb planted at Grand Central Station in New York City, the bomb squad do manage to diffuse the bomb. The Mad Bomber had been targeting New York since 1940 taking a break during World War II and left a total of at least 33 bombs, of which 22 exploded until he was caught. \t1952 \u2013 At the 24th Academy Awards \u2013 A Streetcar Named Desire won four Oscars, including three of the acting awards, excluding Marlon Brando, whose performance as Stanley Kowalski was later considered one of the most influential of modern film acting. Humphrey Bogart was the last man to ever win a leading role Oscar who was born in the 19th century. \t1961 \u2013 The 23rd amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified. The amendment allowed residents of Washington, DC, to vote for president. \t1961 \u2013\u00a0 Governor Ernest Vandiver of Georgia declared it \u201cBrenda Lee Day\u201d. \t1970 \u2013\u00a0 John Lennon and Yoko Ono announced that Yoko was pregnant with the couple\u2019s first child.\u00a0 Ono was pregnant in 1968, but had a miscarriage. \t1971 \u2013 Charles Manson and three of his followers receive the death penalty for the 1969 murders of actress Sharon Tate and six others. 1973 \u2013 The last U.S. troops left South Vietnam. \t1973 \u2013\u00a0 After Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show wrote a song about not appearing on \u201cThe Cover of the Rolling Stone\u201d, they appeared on the cover of The Rolling Stone. \t1978\u00a0 \u2013 Tina Turner is officially divorced from husband Ike. She takes nothing from the partnership, but revives her career with a startling comeback in the early \u201980s. \t1987 \u2013 Hulk Hogan took 11 minutes, 43 seconds to pin Andre the Giant in front of 93,136 at Wrestlemania III fans at the Silverdome in Pontiac, MI. \t1989 \u2013\u00a0 Carly Simon won the Oscar at the Academy Awards at the Shrine Civic Auditorium in Los Angeles for Best Original Song for \u201cLet The River Run\u201d from Working Girl. \t1992 \u2013 Democratic presidential front-runner Bill Clinton said \u201cI didn\u2019t inhale and I didn\u2019t try it again\u201d in reference to when he had experimented with marijuana. \t1993 \u2013\u00a0 Peabo Bryson and Regina Bell won the Oscar for Best Original Song for \u201cA Whole New World\u201d from Aladdin. \t2000 \u2013 Phil Collins took out a high court action against two former members of Earth, Wind And Fire. Collins claimed his company had overpaid the musicians by \u00a350,000 ($85,000) in royalties on tracks including \u2018Sussudio\u2019 and \u2018Easy Lover\u2019.