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What star of "Columbo" was originally an efficiency expert at the
Connecticut State Budget Bureau?
WARE is an oldies station in Ware, Massachusetts. WACO is a country
music radio station in, appropriately enough, Waco. In what state?
Who was playing jazz clarinet at Michael's Pub on March 29, 1978,
the night he won an Oscar?
After breaking up with his "Edward Scissorhands" co-star in 1993,
who changed his "Winona Forever" tattoo to "Wino Forever"?
In what movie did Charlie Chaplin make fun of a man just four days
younger than he was?
What Thighmaster's first movie was American Graffiti, in which she
played the girl in the T-Bird?
This movie set a record with 763 names in the credits ... it would
have been 764 if Kathleen Turner hadn't opted out. What is it?
Despite what you may have heard, Vera Jayne Palmer wasn't actually
decapitated when her Buick Electra slid off the road in Louisiana in 1967. Who was she?
In which Star Wars movie can wookies, ET's ancestors and,
reputably, the creature from "Alien," be seen in a senate chamber?
What star of "Election", appropriately enough, had an ancestor
named John who signed the Declaration of Independence?
Until The Artist won, what had been the only silent movie to win
the Oscar for Best Picture?
What part-time carpenter made his movie debut as a bellhop in Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round, in which
his only line was "Paging Mr. Ellis"?
Susan Tomalin's first nude love scene was with, of all people,
Catherine Dorleac. If you know these women's stage names, you can tell us ... what is the movie?
What was the name of the 1994 TV movie in which the Six Million
Dollar Man married the Bionic Woman?
Remember this? "I've fallen and I can't get up!" But, do you
remember what product the elderly Mrs Fletcher was selling?
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