Davy Jones, best known as the breakout star of the made-for-TV pop group the Monkees, died on Wednesday of a heart attack at age 66. Inspired by the Beatles' film A Hard Day's Night, the show turned the Monkees into a success in their own right, with a string of hits in the '60s including "I'm a Believer" and "Daydream Believer." Over the decades, Jones regularly returned to his Monkees roots. Here, a look back at his career:
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