"BORN TODAY" \tSteven Strait (1986) \tNicholle Tom (1978) \tKeri Russell (1976) \tMichelle Monaghan (1976) \tRandall Park (1974) \tGail Porter (1971) \tPoe (1968) \tJohn Bobbitt (1967) \tRichard Grieco (1965) \tHope Davis (1964) \tCatherine Keener (1959) \tAmanda Plummer (1957) \tKenneth Cole (1954) \tChaka Khan (1953) \tRic Ocasek (1949) \tMichael Haneke (1942) "DIED TODAY" \tPeter Lorre (Born:\u00a0June 26, 1904 \/ Died:\u00a0March 23, 1964) \tDuncan Macrae (Born:\u00a0August 20, 1905 \/ Died:\u00a0March 23, 1967) \tCrist\u00f3bal Balenciaga (Born:\u00a0January 21, 1895 \/ Died:\u00a0March 23, 1972) \tBill Kenny (Born:\u00a0June 12, 1914 \/ Died:\u00a0March 23, 1978) \tJeanne \u201cSinging Nun\u201d Deckers, aka S\u0153ur Sourire (Born: October 17,1933 \/ Died: March 29,1985) \tMona Maris (Born:\u00a0November 7, 1903 \/ Died:\u00a0March 23, 1991) \tGiulietta Masina (Born:\u00a0February 22, 1921 \/ Died:\u00a0March 23, 1994) \tAlan Barton (Born:\u00a0September 16, 1953 \/ Died:\u00a0March 23, 1995) \tCindy Walker (Born:\u00a0July 20, 1918 \/ Died:\u00a0March 23, 2006) \tElizabeth Taylor (Born:\u00a0February 27, 1932 \/ Died:\u00a0March 23, 2011) "MOVIES TODAY" \t1946 \u2013 Hare Remover, a Merrie Melodies cartoon starring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd, was released. \t1951 \u2013 The Donald Duck short Corn Chips and the Goofy short Home Made Home are both released. \t1967 \u2013 Disney\u2019s 17-minute cartoon Scrooge McDuck And Money is released. **It is Uncle Scrooge\u2019s first major animated appearance. \t1972 \u2013\u00a0 The Concert for Bangladesh featuring George Harrison, Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton premiered in New York City. \t1973 \u2013 Charley And The Angel 1983 \u2013 Eddie Macon\u2019s Run \t1984 \u2013 Police Academy \t1984 \u2013 Racing With The Moon \t1990 \u2013 A Shock to the System \t1990 \u2013 Pretty Woman "MUSIC TODAY" \t1959 \u2013 The Skyliners\u2019 \u201cSince I Don\u2019t Have You\u201d enters the charts \t1959 \u2013\u00a0 Brook Benton had the #1 song on the R&B chart with \u201cIt\u2019s Just A Matter Of Time\u201d. \t1961 \u2013\u00a0 Elvis Presley recorded \u201cCan\u2019t Help Falling In Love\u201d at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California. \t1961 \u2013\u00a0 Elvis Presley scored his seventh #1 in the U.K. with \u201cWooden Heart\u201d. \t1963 \u2013\u00a0 Ruby and the Romantics reached #1 on the R&B chart with \u201cOur Day Will Come\u201d. \t1968 \u2013\u00a0 The late Otis Redding was still at #1 with \u201c(Sittin\u2019 On) The Dock Of The Bay\u201d, one of The Top 500 Songs of the Rock Era*. \t1970 \u2013\u00a0 Although the Beatles had decided to abandon tracks recorded for the Let It Be album, business manager Allen Klein invited Phil Spector over to remix the recordings.\u00a0 Spector\u2019s tampering with the original recordings further alienated Paul McCartney from the band. \t1974 \u2013\u00a0 Cher scored her third solo #1 with \u201cDark Lady\u201d. \t 1979 \u2013\u00a0 Van Halen released their second album Van Halen II on Warner Brothers Records \t 1981 \u2013\u00a0 Blondie had the #1 song in the country with \u201cRapture\u201d. \t 1985 \u2013\u00a0 John Fogerty had the #1 album with Centerfield. \t 1985 \u2013\u00a0 REO Speedwagon remained at the top for a third week with \u201cCan\u2019t Fight This Feeling". \t 1991 \u2013\u00a0 Timmy T. had a huge #1 with \u201cOne More Try\u201d, taking over from \u201cSomeday\u201d by Mariah Carey. \t 1992 \u2013\u00a0 Janet Jackson signed with Virgin Records for $16 million. \t 1996 \u2013\u00a0 Celine Dion scored her 12th hit and second #1 song with \u201cBecause You Loved Me\u201d.\u00a0 The Tony Rich Project were runners up with \u201cNobody Knows\u201d.\u00a0 Alanis Morisette had the only new Top 10 with \u201cIronic\u201d. "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1940 \u2013 \u201cTruth or Consequences\u201d was heard on radio for the first time. \t1950 \u2013 \u201cBeat the Clock\u201d premiered on CBS-TV. \t1973 \u2013 The last airing of \u201cConcentration\u201d took place. The show had been on NBC for 15 years. \t1981 \u2013 CBS Television announced plans to reduce \u201cCaptain Kangaroo\u201d to a 30-minute show each weekday morning. \t1987 \u2013\u00a0 The Soul Train Music Awards debuted on television.\u00a0 The big winners of the night were Janet Jackson, Luther Vandross and Cameo.\u00a0 It was the first awards ceremony to honor black producers, songwriters and recording artists in the music business "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS" \t1920\u00a0 \u2013 Delaware was the last of 36 states that needed to make a decision regarding Women\u2019s suffrage. If this state voted \u201cyes\u201d to the 18th Amendment, then women would be able to vote in the upcoming November presidential election. \t1942 \u2013 More than 600 Japanese aliens and Japanese-Americans from the Pacific Coast assembled at Pasadena\u2019s Rose Bowl under military orders to evacuate to a camp in Owens Valley, California.. \t1950 \u2013 At the 23rd Academy Awards, All About Eve wins 6 Oscars for Best Motion Picture, Best Writing, Screenplay, Best Costume Design, Black-and-White, Best Director, Best Writing, Screenplay and Best Sound, Recording. \t1950 \u2013 At the 23rd Academy Awards \u2013\u00a0Sunset Boulevard wins 3 Oscars for Best Writing, Story and Screenplay, Best Art Direction-Set Decoration (Black-and-White) and Best Music (Score of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture). \t1950 \u2013 Bobby Driscoll is given a special Oscar at the Academy Awards, for outstanding juvenile actor of 1949. \t1960 \u2013 Songwriter and future superstar Carole King gives birth to her first child, a daughter named Louise, with husband and writing partner Gerry Goffin. \t1969 \u2013\u00a0 Anita Bryant and the Lettermen appeared at a \u201cRally for Decency\u201d in Miami that drew 30,000 people following Jim Morrison\u2019s indecent exposure onstage. \t1972 \u2013 Evel Knievel broke 93 bones after successfully jumping 35 cars. \t1972 \u2013\u00a0 Pink Floyd began the first of eight days recording performances at Pompei, Italy\u2019s Roman Amphitheater. \t1973 \u2013\u00a0 John Lennon was ordered by immigration authorities to leave the United States\u00a0within 60 days.\u00a0 He began fighting to win his \u2018Green Card\u2019, which was given to him on July 27, 1976. \t1985 \u2013\u00a0 Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley were married in New York on a yacht moored on the Hudson River near the Statue of Liberty. \t1985 \u2013 Julian Lennon held his first concert in San Antonio, TX. \t1987 \u2013 In Lebanon, a group of Muslim kidnappers held an 1ll American hostage. They wanted to trade this sick hostage for 100 Arab prisoners held in Israel. Avi Pazner, aid to Prime Yitzhak Shamir, refused to consider the kidnappers\u2019 demands. Pazner said that Israel does not negotiate with terrorists. \t1989 \u2013 A 1,000-foot diameter asteroid missed Earth by 500,000 miles. \t1991 \u2013 Saddam Hussein was defeated by allies fighting in the Gulf War, and it was announced that he had stepped down from his position as prime minister of Iraq. \t1996 \u2013 The Walt Disney Company and McDonald\u2019s Corporation sign a 10-year multi-national promotional alliance, set to begin in January 1997 \t1999 \u2013 Michael Jackson announced that he would donate the proceeds from his next two concerts to the Nelson Mandela Children\u2019s Fund and the Red Cross. \t1999 \u2013 Elton John and Tim Rice\u2019s Aida, a concept album that contains songs which will be used for next year\u2019s Broadway production of Aida, is released on Island Records. \t2000 \u2013\u00a0 Sir Elton John\u2019s musical Aida opened on Broadway.