1-Name the theme song of an ensemble of very short men.
2-A type of political campaigning where the candidate makes a series of brief appearances, often from the platform at the caboose.
3-The title of a classic written by Fredric Buechner (also a phrase meaning to summon up courage in scary situation).
4-The painting of his mother is this artist’s best-known work.
5-To bring something to the attention of other people in order to stop something bad from happening.
6-To satisfy one’s thirst, to have a drink.
7-Haunting tune written by Hank Williams, this was also a big Johnny Cash hit.
8-Phrase from the South that means someone isn’t kidding around.
9-Completely free of dirt, neat in appearance.
10-Titled “The Fishin’ Hole,” this lyric-less tune served as theme song for what beloved TV hit of the 60s starring a “future lawyer” and a little kid who grew up to produce movie hits J. Aha—you won’t stop … you know what … all day now!
Answers to last week’s “B.C.” Trivia:
Just to say … my parents got this going 😊! I never turn down assistance!
1-Husband of former Secretary of State/presidential contender BILL CLINTON
2-Bob Hope partner of crooning fame BING CROSBY
3-American Sniper who was Gaga over co-star in another movie BRADLEY COOPER
4-Eponymous hero of Stalag 13 BOB CRANE
5-Robert Leroy Parker [I try to make a prior quiz valuable 😊] BUTCH CASSIDY … which you would know from the nickname quiz!
6-Long-tenured NBC sportscaster, prime-time host of 11 Olympic games BOB COSTAS
7-This “Gentle Ben” has won two Masters Tournaments BEN CRENSHAW
8-SNL cast member, Oscars host, “Miracle Max” in Princess Bride BILLY CRYSTAL
9-Ground-breaking actor (“I Spy”), Jello spokesman, “Dr. Huxtable” … now ignominy BILL COSBY
10-Nicknamed after the animal he hunted on the frontier, star of wild west shows of late 1800s (Buffalo) BILL CODY
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