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I Can Act. No Wait. I Can Sing!
Music Celebs Mixed
"These folks initially got their start in television, but made it to the Billboard charts later in their careers with hit songs. How many of the actors or songs can you remember?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
This Mouseketeer spent a number of years on television and in films in the 1950s and 1960s. She did find time to have a few Billboard Hot 100 hits including "Tall Paul" in 1958. Who was she?
"Johnny Angel" was the biggest hit for this actress, who was a major part of "The Donna Reed Show" in the 1950s. Her career lasted many years and she even co-starred in a 1990s sitcom. Who was she?
A husband and wife had a son on the popular 1950s sitcom called "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet". (He was really their son). He also went on to a very successful recording career which lasted into the 1970s. Please name him.
(Two Words (First and Last Name or Last Name Only))
Ben Cartwright as a singer? Yes, it actually happened. What's the one word title of the Billboard hit Lorne Greene had in 1964?
(One Word (not Starr))
"I started my television career in the mid 1960s on the show called "Shindig". Later I was on a show called "Here Come the Brides" and I got a recording contract. My biggest hit was "Little Woman" in 1969. Who am I?"
This guy actually started as a singer way back in the 1940s, but made his real mark as a talk show host in the 1960s. He got back into singing with a song called "The Men in My Little Girl's Life" in 1966. Who was this talk show icon?
"Up your nose with a rubber hose". Thanks to Vinnie Barbarino, that phrase became household words in the 1970s. Before John Travolta's success in "Welcome Back Kotter" and his successful movie career, he did have a song that got into the Billboard Top 10. Can you remember the name?
Let Me In
Let Her In
Can't Come In
This wild and crazy guy took time out to record a novelty record which became a big success in the late 1970s. What ancient character was Steve Martin singing about?
Ahab the Arab
This guy started out as a musician in the late 1960, had some marginal success and stopped recording to concentrate on an acting career, which led to a recording contract, and real musical success. Are you following me? Okay who was this guy who had the hit single "Jessie's Girl" in 1981?
Another soap opera star of the 1980s who appeared on "General Hospital" had a major hit with a song called "All I Need" in 1984. His name was Frisco Jones.
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