The White House burns, potato chips are invented, John Lennon's assassin goes to prison, and Pete Rose agrees to a ban from baseball, all on this day.
1947: Actress Anne Archer, an Oscar-nominee for 1987's "Fatal Attraction," is born in Los Angeles, California. She is also known for her roles in movies such as "Paradise Alley," "Short Cuts," "Patriot Games" and "Clear and Present Danger."
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