Who Am I? Although I had a brief acting career, I'm probably best known as an announcer/side kick on a 1950s/early '60s "quiz show". Who Am I?
Answer: George Fenneman
Answers: The Thing from Another World; You Bet Your Life, starring Groucho Marx and George Fenneman, was filmed rather than produced as a live show.
6. To what real-life tragic incident did WKRP in Cincinnati devote an episode?
Answer: Eleven people were killed and dozens injured in the crush of people trying to get into the Riverfront Coliseum in Cincinnati for a Who concert on December 3, 1979.
9. Name the Tony-award-winning actress who had a short-lived series on CBS that featured Tom Bosley before Happy Days.
Answer: Sandy Duncan
You may notice a number of questions having to do with the Academy Awards in one way or another in this week's set....we decided on an Oscar theme in tribute to the festivities at the Kodak Theater. Not that we're necessarily watching them, LOL!
Who Am I? Of the films directed by me in the 1960s, there were two of them (approximately five years apart) in which the leads won the Academy Award for Best Actor. Who Am I?
Who Said This? Person #1 "What if my parachute doesn't open?" Person #2 "Then you'll be the first one on the ground" Who Said This?
Who Are We and Which Film is This? We were in the supporting cast of an MGM film starring Robert Taylor. We are: an Academy Award winner, a future TV star/producer, and a future U.S. senator. Who Are We and Which Film is This?
Who Said This? "That guy could go to sleep on a clothesline." Who Said This?
1. Name the films and the actors mentioned in Who Am I?
2. This Oscar-winning film featured Robert Wagner, Thelma Ritter, and Richard Basehart, among others. Name the film and the stars. What was the Oscar for?
3. This 1950s film is considered by some to be the first wide-screen "disaster" film. It was nominated for 6 Academy Awards, and won one. Name the film, director, and the specific wide-screen format used.
4. Name two films from the 1950s featuring two actresses in the same movie who competed against each other for Best Actress.
5. Name five films from the 1950s featuring two actresses in the same movie who competed against each other for Best Supporting Actress.
6. Upon seeing a film, Gary Cooper said, "I should have made this movie!" Name the film and the star.
7. Name one thing these films have in common: Dead End,
The Women, and Test Pilot.
8. This film earned Walter Brennan his first Best Supporting Actor Oscar. One director began the film, and another finished it. Name the two directors and the film in question.
9. Name one thing these films have in common: Show Boat (1936), A Night at the Opera, and A Day at the Races.
10. In the film Captains Courageous, who received top billing?
11. What do Cary Grant, Errol Flynn, Peter O'Toole and Barbara Stanwyck all have in common?