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Retro Trivia

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Yes, Art Linkletter who was a TV icon when we were baby boomers. His photo appeared on the $100,000 play money in the Milton Bradley board game The Game of Life . Art was also a promoter and investor in the Hula Hoop. Doesn't get more retro than that. Your thread finance.

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This was a very personal song for Frank Sinatra, and one of his signature songs. He recorded it multiple times over the course of many years, and, in fact, one of the later versions had a whole new set of lyrics from the original version, which he did with Dorsey. Title?

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Correct, Terence. Your turn.........The line I was referring to was "But, pal, you don't find rainbows in the bottom of a glass".

 

Edited by: finance on Dec 17, 2013 3:14 PM

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Have some "Lipton Chicken Noodle soup " too

 

Film actor had a tv show where 1 of the characters appeared in a puff of smoke. Actor, tv show and the character who did that ???

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I gotta a _______, You gotta _______ Everybody's gotta have a ________

No way some of you don't remember this show.

Again, film actor known in westerns hosted Sat morrning tv show.

Who was he and what character who was diesrespectful appeared in a puff of smoke ?? COMPLETE answers only, please

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