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Today in entertainment history: June 3

Today in entertainment history: June 3

THIS DAY IN 1967:Marvin Gaye and Tami Terrell made their debut as a duo on the R&B chart with "Ain't No Mountain High Enough." Photo: Associated Press

1964: The Rolling Stones made their U.S. TV debut on “Hollywood Palace” hosted by Dean Martin.

1967: Marvin Gaye and Tami Terrell made their debut as a duo on the R&B chart with “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.”

1987: “I Want Your Sex” by George Michael was banned by the BBC.

1994: Actor Don Johnson checked into the Betty Ford Clinic in Rancho Mirage, California, for treatment of alcohol and prescription drug abuse.

Today’s Birthdays: Game show host Chuck Barris (“The Gong Show”) is 85. Singer Ian Hunter is 75. Singer Eddie Holman is 68. Bassist Too Slim of Riders in the Sky is 66. Singer Suzi Quatro is 64. Singer Deniece Williams is 63. Singer Dan Hill is 60. Actor Scott Valentine (“Family Ties”) is 56. Guitarist Kerry King of Slayer is 50. Singer Mike Gordon of Phish is 49. Newsman Anderson Cooper is 47. Country singer Jamie O’Neal is 46. Singers Ariel and Gabriel Hernandez of No Mercy are 43. Actor Vik Sahay (“Chuck”) is 43. Actress Lalaine Dupree (“Lizzie McGuire”) is 27.

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