Entertainment highlights in history
Entertainment highlights during the week of Oct. 28-Nov. 3:
1959: Game show contestant Charles Van Doren told a House panel that he had been given questions and answers in advance before appearing on the quiz show "Twenty-One" on NBC.
1964: Roy Orbison was awarded a gold record for "Oh, Pretty Woman."
1969: Elvis Presley had his first No. 1 single in seven years with "Suspicious Minds."
1971: Allman Brothers guitarist Duane Allman was killed in a motorcycle crash in Macon, Georgia. A similar accident took the life of the band's bassist, Berry Oakley, the next year.
1972: James Taylor and Carly Simon got married at Taylor's New York apartment. They announced their marriage that night at Taylor's concert at Radio City Music Hall.
1977: Steve Perry joined Journey for their first public concert together, in San Francisco.
1981: The TV comedy "Gimme A Break," starring Nell Carter, made its debut on NBC.
1990: Singer-actress Mary Martin died of cancer in California. She was best known for playing Peter Pan on stage and on TV.
1996: Actor-comedian Morey Amsterdam died of a heart attack in Los Angeles. He's best known for playing Buddy Sorrell on "The Dick Van Dyke Show."
2002: Jam Master Jay of Run-DMC was shot and killed at his recording studio in New York. He was 37.
2006: Rod Stewart's divorce from Rachel Hunter was finalized, seven years after they separated. He had proposed to model Penny Lancaster in