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Question: With what line did "Sky King" open?

Answer: "Out of the blue of the western sky comes Sky King!"

Song: "At the Hop" by Danny and the Juniors


Question: What was under the rock in "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre"?

Answer: A gila monster.

Song: "He's So Fine" by the Chiffons


Question: In "McHale's Navy," what was McHale's first name?

Answer: Quentin.

Song: "The End of the World" by Skeeter Davis


Question: In the earliest Anacin ads, we see a head with three squares inside it. Each square is a pictorial representation of your headache. What was in each square?

Answer: A hammer, a twisting rope, and lightning.

Song: "The Peppermint Twist" by Joey Dee and the Starliters


Question: On "The Dick Van Dyke Show," what was the name of Sally Rogers' boyfriend?

Answer: Herman Glimpsher.

Song: "Mr. Blue" by the Fleetwoods


Question: Who are the two football players who ran the wrong way?

Answer: Roy Riegels (for Cal in the Rose Bowl); Jim Marshall (98 yards for the Vikings).

Song: "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport" by Rolf Harris


Question: Who played the hotel desk clerk in the movie "The Graduate"?

Answer: Buck Henry (who also wrote the screenplay).

Song: "Goodbye Cruel World" by James Darren


Question: What was the name of Dudley Do-Right's horse?

Answer: Horse.

Song: "Mack the Knife" by Bobby Darin


Question: Name the three television shows that were spinoffs from "77 Sunset Strip."

Answer: "Hawaiian Eye," "Surfside Six," "Bourbon Street Beat."

Song: "Skokiaan" by Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra


Question: What do "Gunga Din" and "Lost Horizon" have in common?

Answer: Sam Jaffe (who played Gunga Din, and the High Lama).

Song: "Get a Job" by the Silhouettes


Question: What movies did the following Academy Award-winning songs come from: "Windmills of Your Mind," "Shadow of Your Smile," and "Call Me Irresponsible"?

Answer: "Windmills"-- "The Thomas Crown Affair"; "Shadow"-- "The Sandpiper"; "Irresponsible"-- "Papa's Delicate Condition."

Song: "Whispering" by Nino Tempo and April Stevens


Question: Name the original seven astronauts.

Answer: Alan Shepherd, Gus Grissom, John Glenn, Scott Carpenter, Wally Schirra, Scott Cooper, and Deke Slayton.

Song: "Chantilly Lace" by the Big Bopper


Question: On the TV show "What's My Line," Dorothy Kilgallen often prefaced her comments with a particular phrase. We want the exact phrase.

Answer: "Would we be right in assuming....?"

Song: "Hound Dog" by Elvis Presley


Question: What actor in the movie "The Wild Ones" later became an actor and director on a TV comedy series?

Answer: Jerry Parris, on "The Dick Van Dyke Show."

Song: "From the Vine Came the Grape" by the Gaylords


Question: Where did the Invaders from Mars leave their mark?

Answer: On the back of their victims' neck.

Song: "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" by the Tokens


Question: How did Judge Roy Bean call the court to order?

Answer: By shooting his gun through the ceiling.

Song: "Duke of Earl" by Gene Chandler


Question: What commercial ends with the words, "That makes sense"?

Answer: One old lady says it to another, for Phillips Milk of Magnesia.

Song: "I Will Follow Him" by Little Peggy March


Question: In the Disney serial "Corky and White Shadow," who was the old man who lived in the mountains with his wild animal friends, and who was the bank robber who, in the end, saved poor Corky from the rest of the gang?

Answer: Uncle Dan, and the Durango Dude.

Song: "My Boyfriend's Back" by the Angels


Question: What attacked Raquel Welch in "Fantastic Voyage"?

Answer: White corpuscles.

Song: "Keep On Dancing" by the Gentrys


Question: In the motion picture "Goldfinger," who got gilded?

Answer: Shirley Eaton.

Song: "The Great Pretender" by the Platters


Question: On the ORIGINAL TV series "Lassie," who was Timmy's best friend, and what call did they yell to each other to secretly announce their presence?

Answer: Porky; "EE-yah-KEE!"

Song: "Dance By the Light of the Silvery Moon" by the Olympics


Question: Who were the only two blacks ever to win Oscars?

Answer: Hattie McDaniel ("Gone with the Wind") and Sidney Poitier ("Lilies of the Field").

Song: "Image of a Girl" by the Surfaris


Question: Jerry Mathers starred in "Leave It to Beaver." We're asking you, where is he now?

Answer: Jerry Mathers was killed in Vietnam.

Song: "Teenage Idol" by Ricky Nelson

(NOTE: This pervasive urban legend.... or tropical jungle legend.... was untrue. Jerry Mathers was still alive as of the 21st century.)


Question: Who was loyal and true blue to King Leonardo?

Answer: Odie Cologne (pronounced "Co-LO-nee").

Song: "Blue Moon" by the Marcels


Question: This is going to be a hard one. You have to get it word for word. Quote the advertisement for the movie "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

Answer: "You are cordially invited to George and Martha's for an evening of fun and games."

Song: "Popsicles and Icicles" by the Murmaids


Question: How did "The Bob Cummings Show" open? What were the circumstances, and what did he say?

Answer: Cummings was a photographer, and he developed a picture on which was listed the stars of the show, as he said, "Hold it! I think you're going to like this picture!"

Song: "Della Ware" by Perry Como


Question: In the movie "No Time for Sergeants," what actor gave Andy Griffith the "ring test"?

Answer: Don Knotts.

Song: "Step By Step" by the Crests


Question: Back to Disney days. In the serial "Moochy in the Little League," what was Moochy's good luck charm?

Answer: Two unwashed socks which stood up by themselves.

Song: "He's a Rebel" by the Crystals


Question: In relation to ads for Chunky candy, what were Arnold Stang's words, just the way he said them?

Answer: (With proper inflection....) "Whatta chunka chocolate!"

Song: "Patches" by Dickie Lee


Question: In honor of the Carter Film Festival, what was Zorro's full real name?

Answer: Don Diego de la Vega.

Song: "Denise" by Randy and the Rainbows


Question: On the show "Oh Susanna," what was the name of the cockney steward?

Answer: Cedric.

Song: "Bumble Boogie" by B. Bumble and the Stingers

(NOTE: "Oh Susanna" was the syndicated name for 1956-60's "The Gale Storm Show.")


Question: In the "Miscellaneous" category, of what geographical location should one think, when one hears the phrase, "Slowwwly, he turns...."?

Answer: Niagara Falls.

Song: "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans" by Freddie "Boom Boom" Cannon


Question: What four TV series has Chuck Connors been associated with?

Answer: "Branded"; "Arrest and Trial"; "Cowboy in Africa"; and everybody's favorite, "The Rifleman."

Song: "Stranded in the Jungle" by the Cadets


Question: In the movie "A Night to Remember," about the sinking of the Titanic, what song was being sung as the ship hit the iceberg?

Answer: "Yard By Yard."

Song: "La Bamba" by Ritchie Valens


Question: Everybody remembers back to their grade school days, reading "My Little Reader." What was the weekly comic strip that everybody chuckled at?

Answer: "Peanuts and Jocko."

Song: "There's a Moon Out Tonight" by the Capris


Question: In the show "Auntie Mame," what did Agnes Gooch do to get her kicks?

Answer: She drank Dr. Pepper.

Song: "Quarter to Three" by Gary "U.S." Bonds


Question: In the back of almost every DC comic book, there used to be an ad for Revolutionary War soldiers. How many did you get, for what price?

Answer: 204 soldiers for $1.98.

Song: "Cross Over the Bridge" by Patti Page


Question: In the last scene of the movie "Tom Dooley," who played the three cowboys who rode off into the sunset?

Answer: The Kingston Trio.

Song: "Love Letters in the Sand" by Pat Boone


Question: What are the five names over the south entrance to the Williams Stetson Library?

Answer: Moliere, Franklin, Cervantes, Goethe, Homer.

Song: "26 Miles" by the Four Preps


Question: Now we go into the world of Sunday comics, and deeper into the world of Al Capp. What is the effect of Kickapoo Joy Juice?

Answer: It makes you stronger, and it makes you lose your emotion.

Song: "Tonight You Belong to Me" by Patience and Prudence


Question: In the "Superman" TV series, there is a very steady character who never appeared in the comic. Who is he?

Answer: Inspector Henderson.

Song: "St. George and the Dragonet" by Stan Freberg


Question: Who was the villain in the "Beany and Cecil" series?

Answer: Dishonest John.

Song: "Earth Angel" by the Penguins


Question: What Brooklyn Dodger hit the triple that resulted in three men on third base at one time?

Answer: Babe Herman.

Song: "Asia Minor" by Kokomo


Question: According to the world of comics and such, who was "rotten to the core"?

Answer: Crabby Appleton.

Song: "Somebody Bad Stole De Wedding Bell" by Eartha Kitt


Question: What was David McCallum's first movie role?

Answer: Judas, in "The Greatest Story Ever Told."

Song: "Bim Bombay" by Jimmie Rodgers


Question: What is the name of the dragon in "The Hobbit"?

Answer: Smaug.

Song: "Young Love" by Sonny James


Question: What was W.C. Fields' advice to insomniacs?

Answer: "Get plenty of sleep."

Song: "Waterloo" by Stonewall Jackson


Question: For what kind of people is Gleem toothpaste made?

Answer: People who can't brush after every meal.

Song: "The Wayward Wind" by Gogi Grant


Question: In the Beatles movie "A Hard Day's Night," what was Paul's grandfather's one redeeming quality?

Answer: He's very clean.

Song: "Sink the Bismarck!" by Johnny Horton


Question: You all remember "Tom Terrific," a great cartoon series. What was Tom's dog's name?

Answer: Mighty Manfred, the Wonder Dog.

Song: "Ninety-Nine Ways" by Tab Hunter

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