HOUR #1: Falk, Lyons, Nelson
Question: What was the name of the train of which Buster Keaton was the engineer, in the film "The General"?
Answer: The General.
Song: "Bumble Boogie," by B. Bumble and the Stingers
Question: What was the name of the detective that Soupy Sales played, in a regular segment of his show?
Answer: Philo Kvetch.
Song: "At The Hop," by Danny and the Juniors
Question: What do Bob Hayes, Joe Frazier, and Bill Bradley all have in common?
Answer: They all won gold medals in the Tokyo Olympics, 1964.
Song: "You're Sixteen," by Johnny Burnette
Question: What song did one hear being announced over the radio, on the Radio Free Europe ad?
Answer: "On Broadway."
Song: "Barbara Ann," by the Regents
Question: In "Bedazzled," what order of nuns does the devil trick Dudley Moore into joining?
Answer: The Order of the Leaping Bereyllians.
Song: "Heat Wave," by Martha and the Vandellas
Question: What was the ORIGINAL Green Lantern's weakness?
Song: "The Great Pretender," by the Platters
Question: What is Super Chicken's real name?
Answer: Henry Cabot Henhouse III.
Song: "Can't Help Falling in Love," by Elvis Presley
Question: Who was the first goalie in the NHL to wear a face mask?
Answer: Jacques Plante.
Song: "Telstar," by the Tornadoes
Question: In "Winnie the Pooh," what did they think Piglet's grandfather's name was?
Answer: Trespassers W (short for Trespassers Will, short for Trespassers William).
Song: "Since I Don't Have You," by the Skyliners
Question: On "My Favorite Martian," what is the name of the rocket fuel for Uncle Martin's spaceship?
Song: "Mr. Sandman," by the Chordettes
Question: In "The Miracle Worker," what is the first word Helen Keller says?
Song: "The Big Hurt," by Miss Toni Fisher
Question: What was the Marlboro song, before "Marlboro Country"?
Answer: "You get a lot to like from a Marlboro/ Filter, flavor, pack or box."
Song: "The Chipmunk Song," by David Seville and the Chipmunks
Question: What was Dick Stuart's nickname?
Answer: Dr. Strangeglove.
Song: "Running Bear," by Johnny Preston
Question: Remember the good old days of John Kennedy, Camelot, and Vaughn Meader? We've got a cut from "The First Family" for you, and we want you to give us the last line. (AUDIO CLIP FOLLOWS)
Answer: "The rubber swan is mine."
Song: "Pipeline," by the Chantays
(NOTE: Question #14 is crossed out, possibly indicating that it was not asked. Perhaps the audio clip was unavailable.)
Question: At the end of "Casablanca," what does Claude Rains throw into the wastebasket?
Answer: A bottle of Vichy water.
Song: "Venus," by Frankie Avalon
HOUR #2: McGowan, Marchese, Rubin
Question: What is the very last thing you hear on every "Superman" show?
Answer: "Superman is based on the original character appearing in "Superman" magazine."
Song: "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes," by Bobby Vee
Question: What product is a "silly millimeter longer"?
Answer: Chesterfield 101's.
Song: "Jingle Bell Rock," by Bobby Helms
Question: Who was the long-distance runner who won the Olympic marathon in bare feet?
Answer: Abebe Bikila. (From Ethiopia in 1960; he also won in 1964 with shoes on.)
Song: "Tower of Strength," by Gene McDaniels
Question: What is the name of the town in which "Bye Bye Birdie" takes place?
Answer: Sweet Apple, Ohio.
Song: "I Only Have Eyes For You," by the Flamingos
Question: In the old Yankee Stadium, there were 3 monuments and several plaques located in deep centerfield. All of those memorials, save one, were dedicated to men who either watched or played ball in the Stadium. What we want to know is whom the one exception honors?
Answer: Pope Paul VI.
Song: "It's All in the Game," by Tommy Edwards
Question: How did Adam Strange get to Rann?
Answer: By the Zeta-Beam.
Song: "Up On The Roof," by the Drifters
Question: According to the credits, who played the Thing on "The Addams Family"?
Song: "The Gypsy Cried," by Lou Christie
#8 The Grand Duchy Memorial Question
Question: Everyone knows Jackie Robinson was the first black baseball player in the majors, and that Frank Robisnon is the first black big league manager. But what we want to know is, who was the first black ballplayer in the American League?
Answer: Larry Doby (Cleveland Indians, 1947).
Song: "Crying in the Chapel," by Sonny Till and the Orioles
Question: In "Dr. Strangelove," what were the names of the two bombs aboard the plane?
Answer: Dear John, Hi There.
Song: "Nadine," by Chuck Berry
Question: Sing the Brylcream jingle.
Answer: "Brylcream, a little dab'll do ya, Brylcream, you'll look so debonair. Brylcream, the gals'll all pursue ya, they love to run their fingers through your hair." (sing along)
Song: "I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman," by Whistlin' Jack Smith
Question: In "Lolita," what is the name of the girls' camp from which James Mason retrieves Sue Lyon, after her mother's death?
Answer: Camp Climax.
Song: "Take Good care of My Baby," by Bobby Vee
Question: From "Car 54, Where Are You?", what were the names of the wives of Toody, Schnauzer, and Muldoon?
Answer: Lucille, Sylvia, and Muldoon wasn't married; he lived with his mother.
Song: "Mr. Blue," by the Fleetwoods
Question: What was the name of the only member of the seven original Mercury astronauts never to fly in space?
Answer: (Donald) "Deke" Slayton (because of a heart murmur).
Song: "Secret Love," by Doris Day
Question: Golfers who endorse products often have a personal emblem with which they adorn their products. Give the emblems of the following golferSong: Jack Nicklaus; Arnold Palmer; Doug Sanders; and Lee Trevino.
Answer: Jack Nicklaus-- golden bear; Arnold Palmer-- umbrella; Doug Sanders-- peacock; and Lee Trevino-- sombrero.
Song: "Suspicion," by Terry Stafford
Question: In the film "Cool Hand Luke," for what crime was Paul Newman arrested?
Answer: Cutting the heads off parking meters (while drunk).
Song: "See You in September," by the Tempos
HOUR #3: Atteridg, Hale, Oates, Perlstein
Question: What were the four opening scenes that were shown with the opening credits, on "Leave It To Beaver"?
Answer: 1) Lawn work and lemonade; 2) Car backing out of driveway; 3) Coming down stairs-- Mom gives them lunches; 4) Mom and Dad wake them up.
Song: "Bobby's Girl," by Marcie Blane (Jones)
Question: What was the name of the villainess in "101 Dalmations"?
Answer: Cruella DeVille.
Song: "Popsicles and Icicles," by the Murmaids
Question: In "Charlotte's Web," what is the first thing Charlotte writes in her web?
Answer: "Some Pig."
Song: "Duke of Earl," by Gene Chandler
Question: What college football team ended its season with a 3-8 record, and a #2 national ranking?
Answer: Oklahoma (in 1972, had to forfeit seven games, including Sugar Bowl, because of recruiting violations).
Song: "I Can't Stay Mad at You," by Skeeter Davis
Question: In "Midnight Cowboy," what is the first line Joe Buck tries on a New York woman?
Answer: "Pardon me, ma'am. Could you tell me which way's the Statue of Liberty?"
Song: "Palisades Park," by Freddy "Boom Boom" Cannon
Question: In the series "Lost in Space," what's the name of the spaceship?
Answer: Jupiter II.
Song: "Right Next Door To an Angel," by Neil Sedaka
Question: What makes you a legend in your own time?
Answer: British Sterling.
Song: "Stranger on the Shore," by Mr. Acker Bilk (scratchy recording)
Question: Who was the first NBA player to jump to the ABA, and who was the first college player signed by the ABA as a hardship case?
Answer: Rick Barry, and Spencer Haywood.
Song: "Respectable," by the Outsiders
Question: In "The African Queen," what are the last words to Bogart and Hepburn, before the ship blows up?
Answer: "(By the power vested in me by Kaiser Wilhelm IV,) I now pronounce you man and wife. Proceed with the execution."
Song: "Easier Said Than Done," by the Essex
Question: What comes after "Mother PLEASE.... I'd rather do it myself!"
Answer: "Sure you have a headache... tense, irritable.... but don't take it out on her."
Song: "Walk Tall," by the Two of Clubs
Question: Where did the guest star of each "Batman" TV show (not the villain) put in his cameo appearance?
Answer: He stuck his head out the window of the building Batman & Robin climbed.
Song: "White Christmas," by Bing Crosby
Question: What do Sandy Koufax and Dancer's Image have in common?
Answer: Butazalidin (they both took the drug).
Song: "It's Only Make-Believe," by Conway Twitty
Question: What is the name of the chaplain in "Beetle Bailey"?
Answer: Chaplain Stainglass.
Song: "Do the Freddie," by Freddie and the Dreamers
Question: What was the movie Al Pacino takes Diane Keaton to, in "The Godfather"?
Answer: "The Bells of St. Mary's."
Song: "The Angels Listened In," by the Crests
Question: What was the name of the Ph.D host of the Bell Telephone science movies we all saw in elementary school-- "Hemo the Magnificent," "Father Time," "The Weather Goddess," etc.?
Answer: Dr. Frank Baxter.
Song: "Tall Paul," by Annette
HOUR #4: Getz, Safford, Wyman
Question: In "The Summer of '42," when the druggist asks Hermie if he knows what you use prophylactics for, what does Hermie answer?
Answer: "Sure, you fill them up with water, and throw them off the roof."
Song: "Summer Song," by Chad and Jeremy
Question: Purdue University has never had a Heisman Trophy winner, but in the last ten years, they have had three runners-up. Who were they?
Answer: 1966-- Bob Griese (second to Steve Spurrier, Florida); 1968-- Leroy Keyes (second to O.J. Simpson, USC); 1969-- Mike Phipps (second to Steve Owens (Oklahoma). (Runners-up all that's necessary.)
Song: "The Happy Organ," by Dave "Baby" Cortez
Question: In "Hogan's Heroes," where was the periscope they used to look out on the yard with, and what was it comprised of inside the barracks?
Answer: It was disguised as a water faucet, and came out of a water barrel.
Song: "The Jerk," by the Larks
Question: We want you to sing for us the Sir Walter Raleigh Tobacco theme song.
Answer: "Smells grand, packs right, smokes cool, won't bite, stays fresh, so fresh in a pouch (and now it comes in a can)."
Song: "Too Old to Cut the Mustard," by Marlene Dietrich and Rosemary Clooney
Question: In "Little Big Man," Jack Crabbe, better known as Dustin Hoffman, decides to become a gunslinger. What does he call himself?
Answer: The Sody Pop Kid.
Song: "I Remember You," by Frank Ifield
Question: What does Underdog invariably say, upon hearing Sweet Polly Purebread's call for help?
Answer: "When Polly calls, I am not slow. So it's hip-hip-hip, and away I go!"
Song: "Midnight Mary," by Joey Powers
Question: What player, who was the NFL's #1 draft pick in 1961, never played a game of pro football-- and why?
Answer: Ernie Davis, Heisman Trophy winner from Syracuse. He died from leukemia.
Song: "When," by the Kalin Twins
Question: For what product did Barbara Feldon lie on a tigerskin rug and growl?
Answer: Top Brass.
Song: "Hello Stranger," by Barbara Lewis
Question: On "The Joey Bishop Show," who played the grocery delivery boy?
Answer: Henry Gibson.
Song: "Michael," by the Highwaymen (NO CUE IN BETWEEN)
Question: What was it that made Superman's arch-enemy, Lex Luthor, turn criminal?
Answer: Lex Luthor's lab caught on fire, and in blowing out the fire, Superboy blew chemicals over Luthor, making him bald.
Song: "Midnight in Moscow," by Kenny Ball and His Orchestra
Question: What was the name of James Bond's CIA contact in all the movies, and in the Carribean?
Answer: Felix Leiter.
Song: "Pretty Blue Eyes," by Steve Lawrence
Question: What did Red Ryder sell on the backs of comics?
Answer: Daisy Air Rifles.
Song: "Johnny Get Angry," by Joanie Sommers
Question: Who was the first commissioner of the ABA?
Answer: George Mikan.
Song: "Tammy," by Debbie Reynolds
Question: In "A Night at the Opera," Chico and Harpo insert the sheet music for a popular song into the orchestra's scores for "Il Travatore" in the final scene. What song?
Answer: "Take Me Out to the Ballgame."
Song: "Hey Baby!," by Bruce Channel
Question: In the "Barbie Game," what was the name of the real loser that you didn't want to get stuck with for a date?
Song: "Little Bitty Pretty One," by Thurston Harris
HOUR #5: Marino, McCord, Satullo, Spencer, Partridge
Question: In "Carnal Knowledge," what does Jack Nicholson entitle his slide show of all the women he's ever scored with?
Answer: "Ballbusters on Parade."
Song: "Surrey with the Fringe on Top," by Gordon Macrae.
Question: What player tossed in the two free throws with three seconds left that should have won the U.S.-Russia Olympic title game in 1972 for the U.S.?
Answer: Doug Collins (of Indiana State), now of the Philadelphia 76ers.
Song: "Pretty Ballerina," by the Left Banke
Question: In "The Prisoner," what was the name of the bubble that went around zapping people?
Song: "Don't Just Stand There," by Patty Duke
Question: After the Jets' Super Bowl victory in 1970, "Score" ran a commercial featuring the four Jets Bake Turner, Jim Turner, Matt Snell, and Don Maynard. We want you to sing the song from the ad.
Answer: "Well, I used to play the Grease Bowl, but I was just a kid. Too dumb to see that Score's the only one for me. Ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, etc. Baby, that's the Score, that's the Score, that's the Score."
Song: "Johnny Angel," by Shelley Fabares
Question: On Bill Cosby's record "Wonderfulness," what are the theme songs used for the go-carts of ol' Weird Harold, Cryin' Charlie, and Cos himself? (You don't have to match them up exactly.)
Answer: Theme from "The Shadow"; Theme from "The Green Hornet" ("Flight of the Bumblebee"); and Theme from "The Lone Ranger" ("William Tell Overture").
Song: "Blame It on the Bossa Nova," by Eydie Gorme
Question: In the beginning of "Charade," three of the villains come to Audrey Hepburn's husband's funeral. Each does something at the coffin, to make sure he's really dead. What three things do they do?
Answer: Stick a pin in him; put a mirror under his nose; sneeze in his face.
Song: "Penetration," by the Pyramids
Question: The "Sports Illustrated" covers of November 29, 1971, January 20, 1972, and March 3, 1972, each had a famous sports star prominently featured. One was a pro football player, the other two were basketball players. Within six months, each was arrested for committing a crime. Who were they?
Answer: Duane Thomas (dope); Tom Burleson (breaking into pinball machines); and Bill Walton (disturbing the peace).
Song: "Canadian Sunset," by Hugo Winterhalter & His Orchestra
Question: Who was the sponsor of the show "Shindig"?
Answer: Stridex Medicated Pads.
Song: "You Can Never Stop Me Loving You," by Johnny Tillotson
Question: Give us the first three lines from the beginning of "The Outer Limits."
Answer: "There is nothing wrong with your television. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are in complete control of your set." (Credit for close answers.)
Song: "She's a Fool," by Leslie Gore
Question: Which way do you get more pizza-- buying two small 'zas from Colonial, or one big one? How much more?
Answer: You get TT more pizza pie with 2 small 'zas. (Large: TTr squared = TT (7 squared) = 49TT. Small: 2 (TTr squared) = 2xTT (5 squared) = 50TT.) (NOTE: "TT" represents "pi.")
Song: "Sh-Boom," by the Chords
Question: In "It's a Gift," what is the name of the man whom the insurance man is searching for, and questions W.C. Fields as to his whereabouts?
Answer: Carl LaFong.
Song: "Young Love," by Sonny James
Question: What specification did Gumby always ask for, when he ordered a milkshake?
Answer: He would always ask for a milkshake without ice cream. (Mention his thermometer, and what would happen to him if he got too cold, when you explain the answer over the air.)
Song: "Uptown," by the Crystals
Question: In Don Drysdale's sixth consecutive shutout in 1968, what controversial ruling was made by an umpire in the ninth inning, to preserve his shutout?
Answer: (Ninth inning, bases loaded, Dick Dietz at the plate.) NECESSARY-- Drysdale hit batter, but umpire ruled that batter made no effort to move, and ruled the pitch a ball. Drysdale then struck him out.)
Song: "Wonderful Summer," by Robin Ward
Question: What was the name of Gale Storm's sidekick in "Oh Susanna" and "The Gale Storm Show," and who played her?
Answer: Miss Nugent, played by Zasu Pitts.
Song: "Only the Lonely," by Roy Orbison
Question: What's the name of Cloyd and Gidney's (the two moonmen) weapon on "The Bullwinkle Show," and what did it do to people?
Answer: The Scrooch Gun; turned them into statues.
Song: "Sweet Talkin' Guy," by the Chiffons
(Questions #1-#8 missing.)
Question: In recent years, the Masters was decided when a player signed an incorrect scorecard, giving him a 71 for the final round rather than a 70. Who signed the incorrect card, thereby eliminating himself? Who won the tournament as a result of the blunder?
Answer: Roberto DiVincenzo; Bob Goalby.
Song: "The Cha-Cha-Cha," by Bobby Rydell
#10 The Francis Oakley Memorial Question
Question: In "Love Story," what book is Preppie (Oliver Barrett) looking for in the Radcliffe library, when he first meets Jennie?
Answer: "The Waning of the Middle Ages."
Song: "Poor Side of Town," by Johnny Rivers
Question: Sing the theme song from "The Real McCoys."
Answer: "Sharing each others' sorrows, enjoying each others' joy, from West Virginny they come to stay. With Grandpappy Amos, and the girls and the boys, and the family known as The Real McCoys."
Song: "It Must Be Him," by Vikki Carr
Question: What was the name of the amateur boxer who, as a convict in a Georgia state prison, ran up an impressive string of victories including the Pan American Games, only to lose in the Olympic trials?
Answer: Bobby Lee Hunter.
Song: "The Wayward Wind," by Gogi Grant
Question: Who played the part of Babe Ruth in "The Pride of the Yankees"?
Answer: George Herman Ruth.
Song: "I Will Follow Him," by Little Peggy March
Question: In the last five years, two brothers each won Rookie of the Year in their respective sports-- one in football, one in basketball. Who are the brothers, and what teams did they play for?
Answer: Bruce Taylor, San Francisco 49ers; Brian Taylor, New York Mets.
Song: "Dream Lover," by Bobby Darin
Question: Who produced the incredible Pocket Fisherman?
Answer: Popeil's Pocket Fisherman.
Song: "What Is Love," by the Playmates
HOUR #7: Baldwin, Temko, Ryan
#1 The Ron Thomas Memorial Question
Question: Name the 3 former Amherst players who are currently playing in the NFL, and for what teams do they play?
Answer: Fred Scott, Baltimore Colts; Jean Fuggett, Dallas Cowboys; Doug Swift, Miami Dolphins.
Song: "My Boyfriend's Back," by the Angels
Question: In the magazine "Highlights for Children," what was the name of the wooden family who appeared in several issues as a comic strip?
Answer: The Timbertoes.
Song: "Girl Watcher," by the O'Kaysions
Question: What was Clint Eastwood's name in the old television show "Rawhide"?
Answer: Rowdy Yates.
Song: "Runaway," by Del Shannon
#4 The Gasoline Crisis Memorial Question
Question: Name the original names of the following gas companieSong: Citgo, BP, and Getty.
Answer: Citgo-- City Service; BP-- Sinclair; Getty-- Flying A.
Song: "A Little Bit of Soap," by the Jarmels (Baldwin)
Question: Everyone knows that Ben Grimm of the Fantastic Four served as a fighter pilot during World War Two. What did Reed Richards do during the war?
Answer: Underground Operator for OSS.
Song: "Tiger," by Fabian
Question: What was the name of the star in the movie "It Happened in Hollywood"?
Answer: Felicity Split.
Song: "The Loco-Motion," by Little Eva (dedicated to Eva Grudin)
#7 The Donny Wallace Memorial Question
Question: Who were the two alternating starting quarterbacks on the 1962 national champion USC football team, who both went on to become starting quarterbacks in the pros?
Answer: Bill Nelson and Pete Beathard. (For all you who guessed Ron Thomas, you're wrong.)
Song: "Ramblin' Rose," by Nat "King" Cole
Question: Remember when Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid are about to jump off the cliff into the river? Sundance says, "But I can't swim." What is Newman's reply?
Answer: "Are you crazy? The fall will probably kill you anyway."
Song: "South Street," by the Orlons
Question: What is the name of the man Crazy Guggenheim greets, as the camera comes into the saloon on the old "Jackie Gleason Show," besides Joe the Bartender?
Answer: Mr. Donahee.
Song: "Sea of Love," by Phil Phillips
#10-- T.V. Cartoon -- The Gloomy Grammarius Memorial Question
Question: From whom (town and name of residents) did the Grinch steal Christmas?
Answer: The Whos, from Whoville.
Song: "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport," by Rolf Harris
Question: What product originally sponsored the TV cartoon "The Flintstones"?
Answer: Winston cigarettes.
Song: "Poison Ivy," by the Coasters
Question: Here's an audio question. On what TV show was this part of the opening.... (AUDIO CLIP PLAYED)
Answer: "Highway Patrol."
Song: "She Cried," by Jay and the Americans
Question: What five actual pro football players appear in "M*A*S*H"? Four out of the five were AFL players. Name four out of five.
Answer: Tim Brown; Fred Williamson; Noland Smith; Ben Davidson; and Buck Buchanan.
Song: "Just Like Romeo and Juliet," by the Reflections
Question: What are peculiar about the Black-Eyed Susans that are awarded to the winning horse in the Preakness?
Answer: They are really daisies dyed yellow and black, because black-eyed susans do not bloom in Maryland until after the Preakness.
Song: "Raindrops," by Dee Clark
Question: In "On The Waterfront," what was the name of the gang of which Marlon Brando had been a former member, and now spiritual mentor?
Answer: The Golden Warriors.
Song: "Uh Oh, I'm Falling in Love Again," by Jimmie Rodgers
E*N*D: an assortment of persons
Question: At the start of "My Three Sons," what three kinds of shoes do the tapping feet wear?
Answer: Sneakers, loafers, wingtips.
Song: "Kansas City," by Wilbert Harrison
Question: What did Teddy "Roosevelt" Brewster think he was doing, when he was burying the dead bodies in "Arsenic and Old Lace"?
Answer: Digging the Panama Canal.
Song: "Goodnight My Love," by Jesse Belvin
Question: How do you bring on a cartoon, on "The Mickey Movie Show"?
Answer: "Meeska Mooska Mouseketeer, Mousekartoon Time now is here!"
Song: "Speedy Gonzales," by Pat Boone
Question: Who was the last relief pitcher before Rollie Fingers to win the MVP in the World Series?
Answer: Larry Sherry (1959 Dodgers).
Song: "Sealed With A Kiss," by Brian Hyland
Question: What was the Kellogg's Morning Song?
Answer: "Good morning, good morning, the best to you each morning. K-E-double L-O-double good Kellogg's best to you."
Song: "Chapel of Love," by the Dixie Cups