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That's Entertainment - Swinging 60's Style #4
"Here is another chance to revive the hazy memories of the entertainment that enthralled us in the 1960s."
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This 1969 movie had the tagline "Ben and Pardner shared everything... even their wife!". A musical romp, it featured the singing "talents" of Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood. What was the title of this movie?
Paint Your Wagon
Witchcraft and normal family life clashed in the classic 60s comedy series "Bewitched". The wife and mother, Samantha, is the witch, but what is her husband's name?
A feature of the sixties singles charts, which is rarely seen today, was the popularity of instrumental tracks. Which of these titles was NOT a hit for the "twangy guitar" legend Duane Eddy?
Walk Don't Run
Because They're Young
(Dance With the) Guitar Man
What sixties Western adventure movie starred John Wayne, who as Rooster Cogburn uttering the famous line, "Fill your hands, you son of a bitch"?
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
How the West Was Won
Until the arrival of the Beatles the Beach Boys were unrivaled as the most creative group of the decade. The Beach Boys produced many innovative tracks, but which of these was NOT a 1960s hit for the Beach Boys?
I Get Around
Sloop John B
Which memorable TV crime series began each episode with the following statement?
"As always, should you or any of your IM force be caught or killed,, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds. Good luck, Jim."
The biggest worldwide entertainment sensation of the sixties was The Beatles. Before gaining international acclaim, and the name we know and love, the group had several different names. Which of these was NOT a former name of the Beatles?
The Silver Beatles
Johnny and the Moondogs
The High Numbers
Which of these Charles Dickens stories was adapted into a popular stage musical by Lionel Bart and later in the 1960s became a movie?
A Tale of Two Cities
What 1968 movie, with the tagline "It Was Just An Old Neglected Car. Who Could Have Guessed...", starred Dick Van Dyke as wacky inventor Caractacus Potts?
Some Kind of Nut
What a Way to Go!
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Westerns were part of TV's staple programming diet in the sixties. One of the most popular westerns was "Bonanza". What was the name of the ranching family featured in the TV series "Bonanza"?
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