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The bullet-riddled automobile in which the bandits, Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker, were trapped, shot and killed on a Louisiana road is seen May 24, 1934. Officers waited for the desperados near Arcadia, La., and pumped 167 bullets into the car. (AP Photo)

This Week in History: May 20-24

By Claudine Zap

Levi's jeans get a patent, infamous outlaws Bonnie and Clyde are killed, and the Brooklyn Bridge opens to the public. Plus, an epic movie makes its debut. See what happened this week in history.