(NOTE: Like many contests of this period, the on-air questions were broken up into sections. In this case, there are eight hourly assortments of 15 questions apiece. However, the Free Tumblers' questions are also numbered consecutively.
There were two tactics when constructing contests. Some teams would ask all its questions, in order, as written. Other teams would schedule members for particular hours. But if they did not finish reading their billet of questions in 60 minutes, the next hour would begin, new readers would take the microphones, and they'd jump ahead to Question #1 for the new hour. It is not known which approach was used by the Free Tumblers.
Complicating matters slightly is that this turned into the first-ever overtime contest. At that point, the Free Tumblers went "off script" for their tiebreaker question and song. Perhaps they had used up all 120 of their planned questions.)
Question: On "The Andy Griffith Show," what did Barney Fife keep in the shirt pocket of his deputy's uniform?
Answer: A bullet.
Song: "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini" --Brian Hyland
Question: Who did the old Chunky chocolate commercials?
Answer: Arnold Stang.
Song: My Boomerang Won't Come Back --Charley Drake
Question: Who is Lawrence Talbot?
Answer: The Wolfman.
Song: I Only Want to Be with You --Dusty Springfield
Question: Who pitched Babe Ruth's sixtieth home run?
Answer: Jonathan Thompson Walton Zachry.
Song: Sad Movies Make Me Cry --Sue Thompson
Question: What happened at the end of every episode of "The Outer Limits"?
Answer: They return control of your TV set to you.
Song: Tutti Frutti --Little Richard
Question: What kind of kids eat Armour Hot Dogs?
Answer: "Fat kids, skinny kids, kids who climb on rocks / Tough kids, sissy kids, even kids with chicken pox."
Song: I Can't Stay Mad at You --Skeeter Davis
Question: What three cards always appeared on the "Concentration" board?
Answer: Take One Gift, Forfeit One Gift, Wild Card.
Song: Talk to Me --Sunny & Sunglows
Question: Sing the old Brylcreem commercial.
Answer: "Brylcreem! A little dab'll do ya / Brylcreem! You'll look so debonair / Brylcreem! But watch out, the gals will all pursue you / They love to get their fingers in your hair."
Song: Queen of the Hop --Bobby Darin
Question: At the beginning of the movie "The Magnificent Seven," what was the name of the Indian corpse that was carted out to Boot Hill?
Answer: Old Sam.
Song: Lipstick on Your Collar --Connie Francis
Question: What was the name of the Professor's nephew on "Felix the Cat"?
Song: Shimmy Shimmy Ko Ko Bop --Little Anthony & Imperials
Question: In the movie "The Invisible Man," what fortuitous event occurs which enables the police to capture the Invisible Man?
Answer: It snows.
Song: I Wonder Why --Dion & Belmonts
Question: What was Hawkman's occupation on Thanagor?
Song: He's a Tramp --Peggy Lee
Question: Name the ranks of Cub Scouts.
Answer: Bobcat (upside down Bobcat is all right), Wolf, Bear, Lion.
Song: The Blob --The Five Blobs
Question: Who wrote the theme song from the movie "The Blob"?
Answer: Hal David and Burt Bacharach.
Song: It's a Gas --accept any reference to MAD Magazine or the Dellwoods or Alfred E. Neuman
Question: On "Bachelor Father," what was the name of Kelly's boyfriend?
Song: The Bristol Stomp --The Dovells
Question: What bewitching character sold Isodettes Throat Lozenges?
Answer: Count Sore Throat Pain.
Song: Don't You Just Know It --Huey "Piano" Smith & the Clowns
Question: In "Mr. Roberts" (the movie), what was the name of the ship they were on?
Answer: U.S.S. Reluctant.
Song: Ain't She Sweet? --The Beatles
Question: In the Radio Free Europe commercial, what is the name of the song that the scared refugee plays?
Answer: "On Broadway" (Drifters).
Song: Mountain of Love --Harold Dorman
Question: What was Dr. Doom's native country?
Song: Let's Get Together --Hayley Mills
Question: What kind of car was "My Mother The Car"?
Answer: 1928 Porter.
Song: It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin' --Johnny Tillotson
Question: Sing the Mousketeer MARCH song.
Answer: "We are the merry Mousketeers / We got a lot above our ears / The talent given you and me / We must develop faithfully / So we can be good Mousketeers."
Song: Haunted House --Gene Simmons
Question: What movie is our next song from?
Answer: "Holiday Inn."
Song: I've Got Plenty to Be Thankful For --Bing Crosby
Question: Who threw the pitch that knocked out Tony Conigliaro and ruined his baseball career?
Answer: Jack Hamilton.
Song: Penny Loafers and Bobby Sox --Joe Bennett & the Sparkletones
Question: Who was the original sponsor of "Father Knows Best"?
Answer: Scott Paper Products.
Song: Johnny Get Angry --Joanie Sommers
Question: In Dr. Seuss' "The Cat in the Hat," what were the names of the two mischief makers who wreak havoc in the children's house?
Answer: Thing I and Thing II.
Song: Sweet Georgia Brown --accept any reference to Brother Bones or the Harlem Globetrotters
Question: What club did Ricky Ricardo work for in the "I Love Lucy" show?
Answer: Tropicana Club.
Song: Rockin' Shoes --Ames Brothers
Question: In the movie "A Thousand Clowns," what was Murray's hobby?
Answer: Collecting eagles.
Song: Cindy's Birthday --Johnny Crawford
Question: On Mon., Sept. 16., 1968, Presidential hopeful Richard M. Nixon appeared on "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" and made an historic announcement. What was that historic announcement?
Answer: "Sock it to me?"
Song: Stagger Lee --Lloyd Price
(NOTE: In 1972, answering this question was worth 1 point. In 1999, on the ABC quiz show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," a contestant won $1,000,000 for answering almost the same question.)
Question: What were the sponsors for the following Saturday morning kids' shows: Mighty Mouse, Sky King, and The Lone Ranger?
Answer: Colgate, Nabisco, General Mills (Cheerios).
Song: Born Too Late --Poni-Tails
Question: On "McHale's Navy," what was the crew's favorite place to go for rest and recuperation?
Answer: New Caledonia.
Song: Paper Roses --Anita Bryant
Question: Sing the theme song to "Have Gun Will Travel."
Answer: "Have Gun Will Travel reads the card of a man / A knight without armor in a savage land / His fast gun for hire meets the calling wind / A soldier of fortune is the man called Paladin / Paladin, Paladin, where do you roam....?"
Song: P.T. 109 --Jimmy Dean
Question: What was General Mills' answer to the Kellogg's Variety Pack?
Answer: The Big "G" Goodness Pack.
Song: Ginger Bread --Frankie Avalon
Question: In the beginning of the movie "Requiem for a Heavyweight," who played the fighter that beat Anthony Quinn?
Answer: Cassius Clay (or Muhammad Ali).
Song: Mr. Dieingly Sad --The Critters
Question: In 1948, by what rhyming nickname did the public refer to the Boston Braves' pitching staff?
Answer: "Spahn and Sain and pray for rain."
Song: The Touchables --Dickie Goodman
Question: On "Bewitched," what was the name of Samantha's neighbor that kept on seeing her doing witchcraft?
Answer: Gladys Kravitz.
Song: Slow Down --Larry Williams
Question: What were the three brands of Bubble Gum Cigars?
Answer: Pink-- Pink Owl; Green-- El Bubble; Yellow--Gold Dragon.
Song: Chains --The Cookies
Question: In the movie "M*A*S*H," where did Hawkeye go to college?
Song: Penetration --The Pyramids
Question: Who was the Little Rascals' first teacher, and who replaced her?
Answer: Miss McGillicutty, replaced by Miss Crabtree.
Song: Run, Sampson, Run --Neil Sedaka
Question: What kind of bourbon did Paul Newman constantly drink in the movie "The Hustler"?
Answer: J.T.S. Brown.
Song: Shout, Shout, Knock Yourself Out --Ernie Maresca
When driving fifteen years ago
You'd see red signs, say six or so.
All one big ad with message gay
What did that last little red sign say?
Answer: "Burma Shave."
Song: Mission Bell --Donnie Brooks
Question: With what words did Joe Pyne end every show?
Answer: "Straight ahead."
Song: I See The Light --The Five Americans
Question: Sing the famous Bosco jingle.
Answer: "I love Bosco / It's rich and chocolatey / Chocolate-flavored Bosco is mighty good for me / Momma puts it in my drink for extra energy / Bosco gives me iron, and sunshine vitamin D / Oh, I love Bosco, that's the drink for me!"
Song: Uh! Oh! --The Nutty Squirrels
Question: What was the name of Bob Cummings' assistant on "Love That Bob!"?
Song: Go, Jimmy, Go! --Jimmy Clanton
Question: In the movie "Topkapi," who told the police chief that a crime had been committed?
Answer: A little bird told him.
Song: Everybody --Tommy Roe
Question: Give us Super Chicken's war cry.
Answer: Bock-ba-bock-ba-bock-bock-etc. (cavalry charge)
Song: It's All in the Game --Tommy Edwards
Question: For years on "What's My Line?", Bennett Cerf introduced John Charles Daley, Arlene Francis introduced Bennett Cerf, the guest panelist introduced Arlene Francis, and Dorothy Kilgallen introduced the guest panelist. Who introduced Dorothy Kilgallen?
Answer: Johnny Olsen.
Song: My Melancholy Baby --The Marcels
Question: What does "Hatari!" mean?
Song: Venus in Blue Jeans --Jimmy Clanton
Question: In "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown," what did good old Charlie Brown receive whenever he went trick-or-treating?
Song: Click Clack --Dicky Doo & the Don'ts
Question: What was the name of the theme song on Groucho Marx's "You Bet Your Life"?
Answer: "Hooray For Captain Spaulding."
Song: New York's a Lonely Town --Tradewinds
Question: In the movie "The Graduate," where was Mrs. Robinson's daughter conceived?
Answer: Back seat of a FORD.
Song: High School USA --Tommy Facenda
Question: What did the 1963 National League's All-Star Team's infield have in common?
Answer: All members of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Song: She's a Fool --Lesley Gore
Question: On "Dobie Gillis," what certain type of food was Chatworth Osbourne's mother always feeding him?
Answer: Watercress sandwiches.
Song: Along Came Jones --Coasters
Question: ADDITION PROBLEM-- Take the number of tomatoes in a can of Contadina tomato paste. Multiply that by the number of hot dogs in Campbell's Beans 'N Franks, and subtract that total from the number of mouth-watering chews in every pack of M&M's Fruit Chewies.
Answer: Negative (eight times nine) plus two hundred and two equals one thirty.
Song: Look in My Eyes --Chantels
Question: Who is the only film actor to recently play both a king and a queen?
Answer: Richard Burton.
Song: Wives and Lovers --Jack Jones
Question: Who were the girlfriends of the following superheroes: The Flash, Green Lantern, The Thing?
Answer: Flash--Iris West; Green Lantern-- Carol Ferris; The Thing-- Alicia Masters.
Song: Rip It Up --Little Richard
Question: In the movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's," what did Paul Varjak buy Holly Golightly at Tiffany's?
Answer: Sterling silver telephone dial.
Song: I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman --Whistling Jack Smith
Question: Who replaces Doc Severinsen on "The Tonight Show" when he goes on vacation?
Answer: Tommy Newsom.
Song: Peanut Butter --Marathons
Question: Bugs Bunny cartoons were Looney Tunes. What kind of cartoons were Mighty Mouse?
Answer: Terry Toons.
Song: Walkin' My Cat Named Dog --Norma Tanega
Question: Of course we all know that the lodge to which Ed Norton and Ralph Kramden belong is the Loyal Order of Raccoons. What is the title of the leader of the Raccoons?
Answer: Grand High Exalted Mystic Ruler.
Song: Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer --Nat "King" Cole
Question: In the movie "King Kong," what is the name of Carl Denham's ship?
Answer: The Venture.
Song: Sandy --Larry Hall
Question: In the Little Shop of Horrors, what was the name of the man-eating plant?
Song: Poetry in Motion --Johnny Tillotson
Question: What was the name of the fireman that Beaver used to visit on the show "Leave It to Beaver"?
Song: Baby Elephant Walk --Henry Mancini
Question: In the movie "West Side Story," what were the two gangs that the Jets fought BEFORE they fought the Sharks?
Answer: The Emeralds and the Hawks.
Song: I've Got a Tiger By the Tail --Buck Owens
Question: What cartoon characters were featured in the commercials of the following products: Kleenex, G.E. Light Bulbs, Kellogg's O.K.s?
Answer: Little Lulu, Mr. Magoo, Yogi Bear.
Song: The Kind of Boy You Can't Forget --The Raindrops
Question: SING the Clarabell song from the Howdy Doody Show.
Answer: "Who's the funniest clown we know? CLARABELL.And who's the clown on Howdy's show? CLARABELL.His feet are big, his tummy's stout, but we could never do without CLARA, CLARA, CLARABELL!"
Song: Peekaboo --Cadillacs
Question: In 1941, Joe DiMaggio set one of the outstanding records in baseball when he hit safely in 56 consecutive games. (ETC. ETC., will be filled in elsewhere)
Answer: Dominic DiMaggio.
Song: Calcutta --Lawrence Welk.
Question: We all know that Dave Berg draws himself and his friends into "The Lighter Side" section of each month's Mad Magazine. We would like to know the NAME of the character (not Dave Berg) who is present in this feature each month.
Answer: Roger Kaputnik.
Song: Baby Talk --Jan & Dean
Question: The old Anacin commercial featured the outline of a head with three boxes inside of it. Inside each box was a symbol representing something which Anacin relieved. Tell us what was in each box, and what ailment it represented.
Answer: Hammer-- "relieves pain." Rope (horizontal line)-- "eases tensions." Jagged line (lightning bolt)-- "calms jittery nerves."
Song: Summertime, Summertime --Jamies
Question: What was the last line of the movie "Some Like It Hot"?
Answer: "Well, nobody's perfect!"
Song: It's Just a Little Bit Too Late --Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders
Question: On the "Rocky and Bullwinkle" show, Bullwinkle is liable to pull any one of four animals out of his hat. What are these 4 animals?
Answer: Lion, tiger, rhinoceros, flying squirrel.
Song: Tiny Tim --LaVern Baker
Question: What is the maximum amount of money a person can win in a single day on the quiz show "Jeopardy"?
Song: More Money for You and Me --The Four Preps
Question: In the movie "Dr. Strangelove," what is the song at the beginning of the film, and what is the song at the end?
Answer: Beginning-- "Try a Little Tenderness," End-- "We'll Meet Again."
Song: Give Him a Great Big Kiss --Shangri-La's
Question: What state did the Real McCoys hail from?
Answer: West Virginia.
Song: Denise --Randy & the Rainbows
Question: Who are Patty, Maxine, and Laverne?
Answer: The Andrews Sisters.
Song: Corinna, Corinna --Ray Petersen
Question: In the movie "Six of a Kind," W.C. Fields plays a character named Honest John. How did Honest John get his name?
Answer: He found a man's glass eye and returned it to him.
Song: First Anniversary --Kathy Carr
Question: Sing the song that Jack LaLanne sang at the end of every show.
Answer: "It's time to leave you, let's say goodbye / These precious moments just seem to fly / Now here's my wish for you / May the good Lord bless you and keep you too."
Song: The Jones Boy --The Mills Brothers
Question: In the end of the movie "Sherlock and the Secret Weapon," Holmes suggests that Moriarty kill the great detective by bloodletting, hoping with this to stall for time. What does Moriarty reply?
Answer: "The needle to the end, eh, Holmes?"
Song: Two Faces Have I --Lou Christie
Question: Who's the lady that sold Ice Blue Secret?
Answer: Katie Winters.
Song: Suzy Q --Dale Hawkins
Question: On "The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show," where was the mooseberry bush located?
Answer: Whydochataka Peak. ("Why don't you take a peek?")
Song: You Don't Have to Be a Baby to Cry --Caravelles
Question: What actress is being sung about in the following song?
Answer: Jayne Mansfield.
Song: The Girl Can't Help It --Little Richard
Question: What were the names of Shari Lewis' four puppets?
Answer: Lamb Chop, Hush Puppy, Charlie Horse, and Wing Ding.
Song: In This Whole Wide World --The Four Freshmen
Question: What pitcher beat Harvey Haddix in his 12-perfect-inning game?
Answer: Lew Burdette.
Song: One Mint Julep --Ray Charles
Question: What was the name of the biology teacher that Our Miss Brooks had the hots for?
Answer: Mr. Boyton.
Song: Girls, Girls, Girls Were Made to Love --Eddie Hodges
Question: What was the name of the Girl from U.N.C.L.E., and who played her?
Answer: April Dancer, played by Stephanie Powers.
Song: Chantilly Lace --The Big Bopper
Question: In the movie "Bambi," what was the piece of advice that Thumper's mother kept reminding him of?
Answer: "If you can't say somethin' nice, don't say nothin' at all."
Song: Don't You Know --Della Reese
Question: According to Johnny Carson, who's the chef at the NBC Commissary?
Answer: Charles of the Bowery.
Song: String Along --Fabian
Question: What movie was showing in the theater that Bonnie and Clyde hid in after pulling a job?
Answer: "Gold Diggers of 1933."
Song: Blues Theme --Dave Allen & the Arrows
Question: Sing the Vaseline Hair Tonic jingle.
Answer: "In the bottle and on your hair / The difference is clearly there / It's clear, it's clean / It's Vas-e-line / Hair Tonic for your hair!"
Song: The Way You Look Tonight --The Lettermen
Question: What words started every "Ben Casey" show?
Answer: Man, woman, earth, death, and infinity.
Song: Hard-Headed Woman --Elvis Presley
Question: During one season of "Perry Mason," the great lawyer had a young law student working for him in his office. What was his name?
Answer: David Gideon.
Song: Loop De Loop --Johnny Thunder
Question: Name the members of the Stone family and who played them, on "The Donna Reed Show."
Answer: Donna-- Donna Reed; Jeff-- Paul Petersen; Mary--Shelley Fabares; Alex Stone, M.D.-- Carl Betz.
Song: Bim Bombay --Jimmie Rodgers
Question: What movie is our next song from?
Answer: "The Big Broadcast of 1938."
Song: Thanks for the Memories --Bob Hope & Shirley Ross
Question: Sing the Triple R camp song from "Spin and Marty."
Answer: "Way up there on the Triple R, yippee yay, yippee yo / The horses are the best by far, yippee yay, yippee yo / So saddle up boys and saddle up well / And listen to the story that I have to tell / Yippee yay, yippee yi, yippee yo."
Song: Bad Motorcycle --Story Sisters
Question: Who sponsored "The Ernie Kovacs Show"?
Answer: Dutch Masters Cigars.
Song: Little Star --Elegants
Question: Who was Dudley Nightshade's sidekick on "Crusader Rabbit"?
Answer: Bilious T. Green
Song: It's Only Make Believe --Conway Twitty
Question: At the risk of setting a precedent, in the movie "Brewster McCloud," what were Sally Kellerman's license plates?
Song: Percolator (Twist) --Billy Joe & the Checkmates
Question: In the recent Oscar-winning movie "The Last Picture Show," what was the last picture show?
Answer: "Red River" (starring John Wayne).
Song: Gotta Travel On --Billy Grammer
Question: Who is Mr. World?
Answer: Arnold Schwazznagger.
Song: Farmer John --Premiers
(NOTE: We have kept the spelling for this answer as the Free Tumblers originally had it. "Schwazznagger" wasn't quite as big a star back in 1972.)
Question: What superheroes are associated with the following villains: the Trickster, Sandman, and Chronos?
Answer: Trickster-- Flash; Sandman-- Spider-Man; Chronos-- Atom.
Song: Hula Hoop Song --Georgia Gibbs
Question: In the beginning of the movie "Horrors of the Black Museum," a girl receives an anonymous gift which, as we later find out, was from the Black Museum. What was the gift, and what was so horrible about it?
Answer: A pair of binoculars which drove spikes through her eyes when she looked through them.
Song: My Special Angel --Bobby Helms
Question: What schools did Elroy and Judy Jetson attend?
Answer: Elroy-- Little Dipper School; Judy-- Orbit High.
Song: Typewriter --Leroy Anderson
Question: Fill in this slogan: "Know the real joy of good living, move up to quality, _____."
Answer: "Move up to Schlitz."
Song: Mambo Rock --Bill Haley & Comets
Question: What is the source authority used for the preparation of answers used on "Jeopardy"?
Answer: The New Major Encyclopedia International (from Grollier, Inc.).
Song: I Want to Be Your Man --Rolling Stones
Question: Sing Buffalo Bee's Wheat and Rice Honey jingle.
Answer: "I'm Buffalo Bee / Take my advice / Eat Nabisco Wheat Honey, also Rice."
Song: The Battle of Kukamonga --Homer and Jethro
Question: In "A Thousand Clowns," what was the favorite toy? We want the name.
Song: Run Baby Run --Newbeats
Question: What was the name of the Williams' maid on "The Danny Thomas Show"?
Song: Alone --Shepherd Sisters
Question: In the "Road" pictures starring Bob Hope and Bing Crosby, the two were inevitably captured by the bad guys. Nevertheless they always escaped, or tried to escape from their guards, by using a certain specific ploy. What was it?
Answer: They played pattycake.
Song: It's a Small World --mention of either Walt Disney or World's Fair
Question: Name the ventriloquist, the dummy, and his dog on on the old Nestle's Quik commercial.
Answer: Jimmy Nelson & Danny O'Day; the dog was Farfel.
Song: Down by the Station --Four Preps
Question: In the movie "Casablanca," what was the name of the song that Bogey wanted Sam to play again?
Answer: "As Time Goes By."
Song: Pineapple Princess --Annette
Question: What's the last line that the announcer says at the end of every "Superman" show?
Answer: "Superman is based on the original character appearing in Superman magazine."
Song: Pink Cadillac --Rusty Draper
Question: Tell us the slogans of the following toy companies: Mattel, Hasbro, Eminey, Kenner.
Answer: "You can tell it's Mattel, it's swell"; "Boy oh boy, it's a Hasbro toy"; "Jumpin' Jiminey, it's by Eminey"; "It's Kenner, it's fun (ack)."
Song: Moonlight Serenade --Glenn Miller
Question: In "Miracle on 34th Street," on what evidence did the court decide that Kris Kringle was really who he said he was?
Answer: The U.S. mail was delivered to him.
Song: Speedy Gonzalez --Pat Boone
Question: What are the theme songs of the following comedians: Jack Benny, Jackie Gleason, Steve Allen?
Answer: Benny-- "Love in Bloom"; Gleason-- "Melancholy Serenade"; Allen-- "This Could Be the Start of Something Big."
Song: It Might As Well Rain Until September --Carole King
Question: What was the line that opened every "Perry Como Show"?
Answer: "Dream along with me, I'm on my way to the stars."
Song: Rock and Roll Music --Chuck Berry
Question: In "Ship of Fools," what was Lee Marvin's former occupation, and why did he have to quit?
Answer: Pro baseball player, and couldn't hit curve ball over the outside corner.
Song: Ballad of Thunder Road --Robert Mitchum
Question: What did Mr. Magoo exclaim at the end of his cartoons?
Answer: "Oh, Magoo, you've done it again!"
Song: Jenny Lee --Jan & Arnie
Question: Sing the Encyclopedia Song.
Answer: "EN-CYC-LO-PEDIA, it's the encyclopedia / If you want to know the answer here's the way / Just look inside this book and you will see / Anything from A clear down to Z / EN-CYC-LO-PEDIA."
Song: Bird Dog --Everly Brothers
Question: What do the movies "Gone With the Wind" and the Marx Brothers classic "A Day at the Races" have in common?
Answer: Last line of both is "Tomorrow is another day."
Song: Ooh Poo Pa Doo --Jesse Hill
Question: What were the names of the dogs on the following shows: "The People's Choice"; "Topper"; "Bachelor Father"?
Answer: "People's Choice"-- Cleo; "Topper"-- Neil; "Bachelor Father"-- Jasper
Song: The Stroll --Diamonds
Question: What's Huckleberry Hound's favorite song?
Answer: Clementine ("Oh My Darlin').
Song: She's the One --Chartbusters
(NOTE: The Free Tumblers' contest ended in the first-ever tie score in Williams trivia history. This sent the co-leaders, The Bayonnettes and The Grand Duchy of Fenwick, into a sudden death playoff. And death WAS sudden.... the Bayonnettes took the title on the very first overtime question and song. (The Grand Duchy missed both ends.)
The incident passed into contest legend, particularly since the Bayonnette who came up with the trivia answer was John Sayles '72, described by one teammate as "basically having seen every movie ever made." Naturally, Sayles would go on to become a highly successful screenwriter and director.)
THE OVERTIME QUESTION
Question: What is the last line in the movie "The Time Machine"?
Answer: "We have all the time in the world."
Song: Crying in the Chapel --Sonny Till & the Orioles