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GENERAL TRIVIA QUESTION THREAD

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An actor and a future politician shared the key to an apartment in the 1940;s. Who were they?

Politician was not Murphy or Reagan, actor not Cary Grant

Actor starred in a popular 1960's tv show besides having a film career, also a popular 1980's tv show

Politician not from the west coast.

new clue- also part of an ensemble cast in 1960's-1970's drama

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Yes, thanks Azure. Robert Stack and JFK shared a key to an apartment in the 1940's in LA. According to Stack, JFK kept the apt. very busy :D  Good job, your thread.

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In this musical, both the male and female leads were non-singers, so their voices during the musical numbers were dubbed.  Name the movie.

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Actually, I wasn't thinking of this movie, but it certainly fits.  Let's see if someone can come up with the one I have in mind.  If not, it will be yours, Starlit.

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This probably happened more times than we know.  In the 1942 musical "My Gal Sal", the leads were Rita Hayworth and Victor Mature.  Both had their singing voices dubbed.  The 1947 musical "Down To Earth" starred Rita Hayworth and Larry Parks.  Both had their singing voices dubbed.  And speaking of Larry Parks, he had his singing dubbed by Al Jolson in "The Jolson Story" (1946).  Leading lady Evelyn Keyes was also dubbed.

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Wow!  I didn't realize that there were so many examples of this.  I'm impressed with both of you.  Actually, "Down to Earth" was the movie I had in mind.  Since Starlit responded first, I think she should continue.

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While making an appearance in court, what Oscar winning actor described himself as the world's greatest living actor because, as he explained, he was under oath?

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Thanks, Arsan.  Open thread.

Name the title of a classic movie that does not contain any real words, just a sound effect.

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