6:50 Trivia

Pat & Bob present 6:50 Trivia each weekday morning.  The first caller at 321-0098 with the correct answer wins.  You can win once every 30 days and must be 18 or older.

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An 1964 FBI investigation concluded that the lyrics to (BLANK) were not obscene.
Louie, Louie

Idina Menzel's "Let it go" is the first top 10 hit from a Disney movie ("Frozen") since (BLANK) sang "Colors of the wind" from "Pocahontas" in the 90s.
Vanessa Williams

In 1986 an Ohio Church claimed the theme to television's (BLANK) contained satanic messages when played backwards.
Mr. Ed

In the movie "Apollo 13," actor (BLANK) said "Failure is not an option."
Ed Harris 

"The Royal Scam," "Katy Lied" and "Countdown to Ecstacy" are names of ...
Steely Dan albums.

Martin Luther King Jr.'s final speech in April 1968 is known as the (BLANK) speech.

TV Guide says (BLANK) is the greatest TV game show ever.

(BLANK) first appeared on "American Bandstand" in 1975, and within a few years he was singing the opening theme to the show each week.
Barry Manilow 

Elton John had seven consecutive #1 albums in the 1970s.  Name one.
Honky Chateau, Don't shoot me I'm only the piano player, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Caribou, Greatest Hits, Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy and Rock of the Westies 

She's had #1 songs solo, as a duet and in a group, so Billboard Magazine named (BLANK) "Female Entertainer of the Year."
Diana Ross of the Supremes. Her duet was with Lionel Richie. 

(BLANK) is one of Canada's all time top five best selling recording artists.
5 Alanis Morrisette, 4 Shania Twain, 3 Bryan Adams, 2 Neil Young, 1 Celine Dione

Ireland's all-time best selling musical group is (BLANK)

What 80s group sang "Walk the Dinosaur?"
Was (Not Was) 

In "The Odd Couple," Tony Randall portrayed "Felix" on television, Jack Lemmon had the movie role, and (BLANK) debuted the character on Broadway.
Art Carney 

In 1980's "Airplane," Kareem Abdul-Jabbar portrayed the co-pilot and (BLANK) was the pilot.
Peter Graves, as "Clarence Oveur" 

Name a #1 song by Diana Ross & the Supremes with the word "love" in the title.
There were six.
"Where did our love go," "Baby love," "Stop in the name of love," "You can't hurry love," "Love is here and now you're gone" and "Love child." 

Shirley Temple's trademark song was (BLANK)
"On the good ship Lollipop"

(Blank) was Major League Baseball's first player to have a $100,000 contract.
Joe DiMaggio, in 1949 

Name a song the Beatles performed on their first Ed Sullivan appearance.
"All my loving," "Till there was you," "She loves you," "I saw her standing there and "I want to hold your hand" 

Name a regular "Tonight Show" host with a first name not beginning with "J."
There have been only two: Steve Allen and Conan O'Brien 

The American Film Institute says (BLANK) is the greatest animated film of all time.
Walt Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" 

In the 1970s female recording artist (BLANK) hosted television's "The Midnight Special"
Helen Reddy

Peyton Manning has started three Super Bowls.  Name a quarterback that has started more.
Jim Kelly, Roger Staubach, Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw, John Elway and Tom Brady

What hit song was the original opening theme to television's "Happy Days?"
"Rock around the clock"

What street is known as "The Great White Way"
Broadway in New York City

Actress (BLANK) portrayed "The Black Widow" on television's "Batman"
Tallulah Bankhead

What was the Beatles final #1 song?
"The long and winding road"

29 million Americans watched the January 1953 Eisenhower inauguration on TV, but 44 million watched what sitcom the night before?
"I Love Lucy"

Which "Peanuts" character calls Charlie Brown "Chuck?"
"Peppermint Patty"

Alaska has more square miles than the next three largest U.S. states.  What are those states?
Texas, California and Montana 


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