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  1. BagelOnAPlateOfOnionRolls

    Mash-Up Alternate Title

    The movie is The Devil And Miss Jones with . . . Charles Coburn (Benjamin Dingle in The More The Merrier) Jean Arthur (Calamity Jane in The Plainsman) Robert Cummings (Parris Mitchell in King's Row) Spring Byington (Penny Sycamore in You Can't Take It With You) Next: The Forest Adventures of Norman Bates and Holly Golightly
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    Briefly Lyrical

    "Toss in some jealousy and doubt . . ."
  3. BagelOnAPlateOfOnionRolls

    It's A Wonderful Town

    Saturday Night Fever
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    Briefly Lyrical

    "When I See An Elephant Fly" from Dumbo, with lyrics by Ned Washington and music by Oliver Wallace
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    Julie Andrews Guest Host 10/29

    I think it would be funny if Julie Andrews picked Bedazzled as one of the movies for her Guest Programmer appearance.
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    Briefly Lyrical

    Yes! I like both Noel Harrison's version of "The Windmills Of Your Mind" and Dusty Springfield's recording from her Dusty In Memphis album. Good job, Miles Archer. It's your turn.
  7. BagelOnAPlateOfOnionRolls

    Briefly Lyrical

    Another hint: The movie was released in the 1960s.
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    Julie Andrews Guest Host 10/29

    I'm excited to see Julie Andrews as a guest programmer discussing her own movies! If only TCM could air Mary Poppins!
  9. BagelOnAPlateOfOnionRolls

    Retro Trivia

    Lavenderblue, you're not following what I'm trying to say. I'm not arguing that the thread should be changed. It's just that I was reprimanded for including one 1980s show in a list-type question in the past, but the most recent challenge included several 1980s shows and no one seemed cared. You're one of my favorite posters here so I don't want to argue with you.
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    Retro Trivia

    Yes, I know what is stated on page 1 and I am all for following the rules of a particular game, but the rules should be enforced for everyone. No one challenged that multiple post-1980s shows were part of the last question.
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    Briefly Lyrical

    Hint: The movie is not a musical.
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    Retro Trivia

    That was a good challenge, shutoo! Congratulations to Miles Archer and looking forward to his question. I've been away for awhile and am wondering if the pre-1980 requirement for questions in this thread has been removed. I see that some of the TV series from the last challenge were from the 1980s (Too Close For Comfort, Family Ties, Mama's Family, Gimme A Break). I was informed that this rule was established by the creator of this thread. Personally I think "pre-1980" is a rather arbitrary definition of "retro" and I think this requirement should be removed, especially since we have had a challenge outside this limitation.
  13. BagelOnAPlateOfOnionRolls

    Retro Trivia

    8. Judy Bessemer was Anne Marie's friend on That Girl 12. Susie Alborn was one of Rhoda's friends from high school on Rhoda; her nickname in high school was "Easy Susie"
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    Briefly Lyrical

    "Words that jangle in your head . . ."
  15. BagelOnAPlateOfOnionRolls

    Briefly Lyrical

    "Just You Wait" from My Fair Lady with lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe. In the movie, the above lyrics are sung by King Edward VII during Eliza Doolittle's fantasy where the king proclaims a day to celebrate her. I'm not sure who provided the voice of the king. "Just You Wait" is one of the few songs where most of he vocal used in the movie is provided by Audrey Hepburn. The fantasy portion of the song, with "proper and prim" Eliza is dubbed by Marni Nixon. My favorite version of the song is by Julie Andrews, who played Eliza in the original Broadway and London productions of the musical.

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