Entertainment highlights during the week of June 15-21:

1952: The celebrity-panel game show "I've Got A Secret" made its debut on CBS.

1955: Johnny Cash released his first single, "Hey, Porter."

1960: The movie "Psycho" opened in Hollywood.

1977: Sex Pistols singer Johnny Rotten was slashed on his face and hands by young people armed with knives. They apparently objected to the band's song "God Save The Queen."

1978: The movie version of "Grease" opened in North American theaters. The movie starred John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.

1982: Guitarist James Honeyman-Scott of The Pretenders died of a drug overdose.

1992: "Batman Returns" opened. It pulled in a record-breaking $16.8 million dollars its first day.

1996: Jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald died at her home in Beverly Hills, Calif. She was 78.

1997: Singer Lawrence Payton of the Four Tops died of liver cancer in Detroit. He was 59.

1998: Actor Macaulay Culkin married actress Rachel Miner. They have since split up.

2000: Backstreet Boy Kevin Richardson married Kristin Willits in Lexington, Ky.

2001: Carroll O'Connor died of a heart attack at a hospital near Los Angeles. He was 76.