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09/22/2022 “The Cinema & Celebs”   Leave a comment

  • Did you know that the nationality of Warner Oland, the actor who appeared as Charlie Chan, was Swedish.
  • Humphrey Bogart’s urn contains his ashes and a small gold whistle. The whistle was a gift from Lauren Bacall engraved with “If you need anything, just whistle.”
  • Did you know that William Claude Dunkenfield was the real name of comedian W. C. Fields.
  • Singer Bob Dylan appeared as a character named Alias in the 1973 Sam Peckinpah film Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid.
  • Actress Joan Collins pose semi-nude in a 1983 issue of Playboy at the age of 50. The issue sold out.

  • Actor Hal Holbrook played the Watergate cover-up informant Deep Throat in the 1976 film All the Presidents Men.
  • Elizabeth Taylor published a book at the age of 14 in 1946. It was a story about her childhood pet chipmunk named Nibbles.
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger made his screen debut in a 1970 Italian TV film called Hercules in New York. His name in the credits was Arnold Strong.
  • The real first name for actor Chevy Chase is Cornelius.
  • In the 1968 Otto Preminger film Skidoo, Groucho Marx starred as God.
  • Under the Motion Picture Censorship Code in effect from 1934 to 1968, a kiss had to last more than 30 seconds to be judged “indecent”.


10-14-2013   Leave a comment

I guess it’s time for another trivia challenge for all of you trivia maniacs out there. Today’s 10 questions should be categorized as miscellaneous. They are a mixed bag of facts that might just interest you a little. I took this quiz myself as I put it together but I’m not admitting how badly I did. Let’s just say I scored higher than one and less than four. I’m so ashamed.

As always the correct answers will be posted tomorrow. If you score anything higher than a four your doing really well and should be proud. Good luck!

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1.  What was the original name of the Girl Scouts?

2.  In 1937, sewing machine heiress Daisy singer Alexander put her will in a model and tossed it into the Thames River near London. Where and when did it wash up?

3.  What day is the middle day of the year in a non-leap year?

4.  For what magazine did Hugh Hefner serve as circulation manager while he was raising money to launch Playboy?

5.  What did Lizzie Borden, Napoleon, and Titian have in common?

6.  By what name was Nobel Peace Prize winner Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu better known?

7.  What do the letters stand for in the acronym CARE, the name of the relief organization established in 1945?

8.  What is the telephone area code for a cruise ship in the Atlantic Ocean?

9.  What unusual twosome spoke at ventriloquist Edgar Bergen’s funeral in 1979?

10. Why is the phrase "the quick brown fox jumps over lazy dog" used to check typewriters?

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There you have it. Now before I finish this posting I’ll throw in another filthy yet funny limerick. You can never ever have enough limericks, dirty or otherwise.  If you’re offended by this off-color humor, too bad.

There once was a woman named Jill
Who swallowed an exploding pill
They found her vagina
In North Carolina
And her tits in a tree in Brazil.

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