Entertainment highlights during the week of May 4-10:
1965: Bob Dylan made one of the earliest videos when he filmed a promotional clip for his current single, "Subterranean Homesick Blues." It shows him flipping through cards with words and short phrases while standing in an alley in London.
1969: The Turtles played at the White House at the invitation of Tricia Nixon. Stories lated circulated that the band was snorting cocaine on Abraham Lincoln's desk.
1970: Lynyrd Skynyrd first performed "Free Bird" in public, at the grand opening of the Jacksonville Art Museum in Jacksonville, Fla.
1977: Actress Joan Crawford died in New York.
1984: Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders and Jim Kerr of Simple Minds got married. They have since divorced.
1990: Madonna kicked off the US leg of her "Blonde Ambition" tour in Houston. Fans eventually got to see what went on behind the scenes in the documentary "Truth or Dare."
1990: "Crocodile Dundee" star Paul Hogan and co-star Linda Kozlowski were married in Sydney, Australia.
1992: Actress Marlene Dietrich died at her home in Paris at age 90.
1995: Actor Gary Busey was found unconscious at his home in Malibu, Calif., apparently from a cocaine overdose.
1996: Actor Martin Lawrence was hospitalized after he was found screaming in a busy intersection in Los Angeles. His doctor said Lawrence was being treated for exhaustion.
2004: The last episode of "Friends" aired.
2005: model Heidi Klum married singer Seal.
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