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No, you are incorrect finance. The song title is Pink Shoe Laces, so next time you want to correct someone, first have the correct information.

 

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No, you are incorrect finance. The song title is Pink Shoe Laces, so next time you want to correct someone, first have the correct information.

 

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Also"Hi-Heel Sneakers"..............Name at least ten pre-1980 rock and roll songs that had a day of the week in their titles. 

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Do you mean Eleanor Donahue who played 'Alix Morgan' in Three Daring Daughters ('48)?

She was oldest daughter on "Father Knows Best" and later Andy Griffith's gal pal on "Andy Griffith Show".

   
 

 

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thanks, Miles

 

-executive sponsors of tv's classic anthology series Studio One, urged producers to change title of their production of Kipling's "The Light That Failed" to The Gathering Night.

Can we guess why?

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@mr6666

 

I'm wingin' it here. Without looking or knowing, I'll make a logical guess..

 

Could one of the sponsors have been GE, Sylvania or some light/electric utility?

 

They wouldn't want to be associated with failing lights.

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Thanks Kid

 

 

A sit-com about a husband and wife and their kids, starred a man who in real life had a daughter who became an actress. The co-star of the tv show his tv wife, also had a daughter in real life who became an actress. Name the tv show, the 2 stars of the tv show and their real life actress daughters ?????

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That's correct, Edy.  Do you remember their slogan, "At Home, at work, or on the way"?  Eddie had a nightly fifteen minute show for Coke.  Here is a clip of one of them with guest Florence Henderson, quite a few years before "The Brady Bunch".

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybDEjdVAML8

 

Do you recall when stars of TV shows did commercials for their sponsor's products?   Here is a clip that may bring back some memories.

 

 

 

The little blonde boy eating Sugar Pops is Mickey Dolenz, later of "The Monkees".  As a child, he used the name Mickey Braddock when he starred in "Circus Boy" on TV.

 

It's your turn now, Edythe.

 

 

 

 

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