Entertainment highlights during the week of June 1-7:

1933: The first drive-in movie theater opened, in Camden, N.J.

1959: Bob Dylan graduated from high school in Hibbing, Minn. The name on his diploma was Robert Zimmerman. He'd been the leader of a high school band called the Golden Chords.

1967: Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell made their debut as a duo on the R&B chart with "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."

1969: The two-record rock opera "Tommy" hit the U.S. album chart.

1974: Singer Sly Stone married Kathy Silva during a Sly and the Family Stone concert in New York.

1978: Bruce Springsteen's album "Darkness on the Edge of Town" was released.

1991: Singer David Ruffin died in Philadelphia of a cocaine overdose. Police said that he had visited a crack house hours before his death. Ruffin is probably best remembered for singing lead vocals on Temptations classics like "My Girl" and "Ain't Too Proud To Beg."

1996: Game show host Ray Combs hanged himself in the mental ward of a hospital in Glendale, Calif. Combs hosted "The New Family Feud." He was 40.

2002: Guitarist Dee Dee Ramone of The Ramones was found dead at his home in Los Angeles. He was 50.

2004: Jennifer Lopez married Marc Anthony at her home in Beverly Hills, Calif.

2005: Singer Jack White of the White Stripes married model Karen Elson in Brazil.

2007: Paris Hilton began serving a 23-day jail sentence for breaking probation. She was transferred after three days to her own home for house arrest after she developed a psychological condition. She later returned to jail to finish her sentence.