By: Peggy Campbell May 29, 2020

1-Classic movie starring Bill Murray; celebrated in February.

2-Foreign to California kids, school is closed due to extreme weather conditions.

3-Originally an 18th century hymn celebrating His washing our sin away, then stylized in a Gospel arrangement that became a popular hit in 50s.

4-Starred Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum, Randy Quaid.

5-An epic book became film, telling the story of the D-Day landing at Normandy.

6-Just one look at you and I know it’s gonna be—thanks, Bill Withers.

7-Mine is February 15.  Just sayin’.

8-Blue sky, sunshine, ice cream, day dream—made for a stroll in the lane.  You go, Spanky and Our Gang.

9-Stage or period of greatest success or popularity.

10-Co-star to Rock Hudson, Cary Grant, James Garner (et al), big band singer, animal welfare activist.

Email your answers for this week’s game!

Answers to last weeks D-D-D-Did You Know Trivia:

All had the same problem!

1-Wife of a famous astronaut and former senator, she passed away this week at the age of 100.   Annie Glenn (Mrs. John Glenn)

2-Raised by royalty, he married an alien and had issues with his “holy” older brother—a dancing sister as well!   Moses

3-Wouldn’t know it based on that mellifluous Darth Vader voice.   James Earl Jones

4-Political leader (future president?) who currently sticks to his basement.  Joe Biden

5-Linus Rawlings, Elwood P. Dowd, George Bailey, Jefferson Smith—he was them all.  (Bonus if you know the movies featuring those characters!)  Jimmy Stewart

6-Past president of radio/hospital ministry in South America.  (Bonus if you remember when the stuttering ended.)  Ron Cline (yes, some remembered—stuttering disappeared with his first unexpected call up to fill the pulpit—such a great story!)

7-Member of the Country Music Hall of Fame—“I Believe in You”!  Mel Tillis

8-Mrs. John Krasinski.  Emily Blunt

9-His fascinating story (never thought he’d put that crown on his head) became a superb movie featuring Colin Firth.  King George VI

10-UCLA hero, he went on to play for three teams—and one of his sons ended up coaching the Lakers for a while! Bill Walton


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