John Belushi, Chevy Chase and Gilda Radner, left to right, appear in a bumblebee skit on "Saturday Night Live." Belushi, who was known for such "SNL" characters as the samurai deli guy, Joe Cocker, Captain Kirk and Jake Blues, was found dead of a drug overdose in a rented bungalow in Hollywood on March 5, 1982. He was 33.
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Actor John Belushi is shown at the opening night party for "Animal House" at the Village Gate in New York on July 27, 1978. Belushi starred as "Bluto" Blutarsky in the comedy about a misfit group of fraternity boys who take on the system at their college.
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Actors John Belushi, left, and Dan Akroyd on the set of the 1980 cult classic "The Blues Brothers," during the making of the film in Chicago. They also appreared together in "1941," and "Neighbors," and toured and released two albums as the Blues Brothers Band.
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Actor John Belushi on Dec. 30, 1981. Belushi died on March 5, 1982 at age 33. He was found dead in a bungalow at the Chateau Marmont Hotel on the Sunset Strip. Cathy Evelyn Smith, a drug dealer and user, was convicted of injecting Belushi with a fatal dose of heroin and cocaine and served 18 months in prison.
Pallbearer Dan Aykroyd pauses with his arms crossed over the coffin of friend John Belushi following services at West Tisbury Congregational Church on Martha's Vineyard, Mass., on March 10, 1982. The comedian was found dead five days earlier in a bungalow at the Chateau Marmount Hotel on the Sunset Strip. Even 25 years later, he remains an influence on movies, music and comedy.
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Actor Dan Aykroyd's Blues Brothers glasses are placed on the star at the ceremony posthumously honoring actor/comedian John Belushi on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 1, 2004.
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Dan Ackroyd and John Belushi are shown onscreen during the Hollywood Master Storyteller's "25th Anniversary DVD Release Of The Blues Brothers" at Mann's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on Aug. 29, 2005. The actors starred in the 1980 hit as Jake and Elwood Blues, brothers on a mission from God to save music.
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From left, actors Chevy Chase and actress Larraine Newman, Judy Belushi Pisano, and actors Dan Aykroyd and Jim Belushi attend the ceremony posthumously honoring actor/comedian John Belushi with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 1, 2004. The actors appeared with John Belushi on "Saturday Night Live."