\u00a0"BORN TODAY" \tStephanie Beatriz (36) \tHolly Willoughby (36) \tElizabeth Banks (43) \tSarah Aldrich (47) \tLaura Dern (50) \tVince Gilligan (50) \tGlenn Beck (53) \tAlexander Payne (56) \tGeorge Stephanopoulos (56) \tJim Cramer (62) \tMark Spitz (67) \tMichael Apted (76) \tRoberta Flack (78) \tRobert Wagner (87) \tCliff Burton (RIP) \tJimmy Durante (RIP) "DIED TODAY" \tA.A. Milne (Born:\u00a0January 18, 1882 \/ Died:\u00a0January 31, 1956) \tLaura Ingalls Wilder (Born:\u00a0February 7, 1867\/ Died:\u00a0February 10, 1957) \tJim Varney (Born:\u00a0June 15, 1949\/ Died:\u00a0February 10, 2000) \tRoy Scheider (Born:\u00a0November 10, 1932\/ Died:\u00a0February 10, 2008) \tShirley Temple\u00a0(Born:\u00a0April 23, 1928\/ Died:\u00a0February 10, 2014) "MOVIES TODAY" \t1965 -\u00a0Strange Bedfellows\u00a0 \t1965 -\u00a0Sylvia\u00a0\u00a0 \t1978 -\u00a0The Other Side of the Mountain Part 2\u00a0 \t1978\u00a0- Blue Collar \t1978 -\u00a0Candleshoe \t1984 -\u00a0Unfaithfully Yours \t1989 -\u00a0 Cousins\u00a0 - \t1989\u00a0-\u00a0The Fly II \t1989 -\u00a0Tap \t1995\u00a0-\u00a0Billy Madison "MUSIC TODAY" \t1951 -\u00a0\u201cSomebody\u2019s Gotta Go,\u201d Coolie Williams & His Orchestra hits #1 on the R&B Charts \t1958 - The Chester\u2019s debut, \u201cThe Fires Burn No More,\u201d was released. The group went on to become Little Anthony & the Imperials. \t1958 - Frank Sinatra moved to #1 on the Album chart with Come Fly With Me.https:\/\/youtu.be\/HfQnc08dNng \t1962 -\u00a0Henry Mancini owned the top album with the Soundtrack to "Breakfast At Tiffany's". \t1962 - Elvis Presley achieved a fifth week at #1 on the Easy Listening chart with "Can't Help Falling In Love". \t1968 - The "Magical Mystery Tour" Soundtrack by the Beatles dominated the Album chart for a sixth week. \t1968 - "Chain Of Fools" by Aretha Franklin led the way on the R&B chart for a fourth week.https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vtHeqFxHSVfA \t1968 - Two great acts of the Rock Era debuted on the chart on the same date in history, "Dance To The Music". \t1968 - "Love Is Blue", The #1 Instrumental of the Rock Era*, moved from 7 to 1 on this date Paul Mauriat & His Orchestra \t1971 - Stanley, Idaho's Carole King released the epic album Tapestry. \t1973 -\u00a0Elton John owned the top album in the U.K. with Don't Shoot Me I'm Only the Piano Player. photo: aux.tv \t1973 - The Spinners took a turn at #1 on the R&B chart with "Could It Be I'm Falling In Love". \t1978 - Van Halen released their debut album on Columbia Records. (Pictured) \t1979 - Eddie Rabbitt begins a three-week stay at #1 on Billboard's country chart with the theme from the Clint Eastwood movie "Every Which Way But Loose" \t1979 - \u00a0"Aqua Boogie" by Parliament, one of The Top 100 R&B Songs of the 1970's*, achieved a fourth week at #1 on the R&B chart. \t1979 - We first heard of this group on this date, as Dire Straits debuted on the chart with their first single--"Sultans of Swing". \t1979 - Anne Murray had her fifth #1 on the Adult chart with "I Just Fall In Love Again". \t1979 - Rod Stewart set up camp at #1 with "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?".\u00a0 Nicolette Larson had the only new Top 10 song with "Lotta Love". \t1986 - The "Highwayman" album is certified gold for Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson \t1987 -\u00a0Atlantic Starr released the single "Always". \t1990 -\u00a0Paula Abdul scored her third #1 song and fifth consecutive Top 10 with "Opposites Attract". \t1990 -\u00a0Gloria Estefan posted her fifth #1 song on the Adult Contemporary chart with "Here We Are". \t1998 - Walt Disney Records releases Archive Collection, Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3, Vol. 4, and Vol. 5 "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1958 - The "Annette" serial (starring Annette Funicello) is introduced on ABC-TV's Mickey Mouse Club. \t\u00a01963 - The TV series Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color airs "Inside Outer Space," featuring Ludwig Von Drake. \t1965 - Chad & Jeremy ("A Summer Song") were guests on The Dick Van Dyke Show on CBS-TV. \t1993 - Michael Jackson said in an interview with Oprah Winfrey that he had a disorder that destroyed the pigmentation of his skin. "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1897 - "The New York Times" began printing "All the news that's fit to print" on their front page. \t1929 \u00a0- Legendary film composer Jerry Goldsmith, whose musical scores can be\u00a0heard in the Disney film attraction Soarin' Over California and the 1998 animated feature Mulan, is born in Pasadena, California. \t1933 - The singing telegram was introduced by the Postal Telegraph Company of New York City. \t1934 - The first imperforated, ungummed sheets of postage stamps were issued by the U.S. Postal Service in New York City. \t1935 - The Pennsylvania Railroad began passenger service with its electric locomotive. The engine was 79-1\/2 feet long and weighed 230 tons. \t1935 - Donald Duck makes his first appearance in the Mickey Mouse\u00a0Sunday\u00a0edition comic strip (by Ted Osbourne and Floyd Gottfredson). \t1941 - Academy Award nominations are announced with Disney's Pinocchio receiving two for Music, Best Score and Music, Best Song (for "When You Wish Upon a Star"). \t1949 - Disney's Mickey and the Seal, Tea for Two Hundred, and Seal Island are all\u00a0\u00a0nominated for Academy Awards. \t1960 - Disneyland's Rainbow Mountain Stagecoach attraction is retired. \t1966 - Bob Marley married Rita Anderson. \t1975 - The U.S. Post Office issued a commemorative stamp that featured NASA's Pioneer 10 spacecraft. \t1981 - The Las Vegas Hilton hotel-casino caught fire. Eight people were killed and 198 were injured. \t2002 - Elton John performed at the National Basketball Association All-Star Game in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.