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Old 11-20-2008, 03:12 PM   #1
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Trivia 11/20

trivia 11/20

The price of the average American automobile doubled during the ten-year period between 1968 and 1978.

1. Before the 2001 re-make, there were five Planet of the Apes movies in the series; can you remember the titles of numbers 2,3,4, & 5 ?
(Bonus; name the 1975 animated TV series....)
2. What's the name of the Amusement Park in Disney's Pinocchio?
3. Name that cartoon character;
Created by Hanna-Barbera, he was a perpetually malfunctioning bionic pooch partnered with a muscular superhero called the Blue Falcon...
4.Who killed Polonius ?
5. Who played the title character in the Jungle Jim films of the 40's and 50's ?
6 . What color was that iconic swimsuit worn by Borat ?
7. In the Bible, Hannah is the mother of which of the Prophets ?
8 . Who am I :
In 1995, a TV Guide survey finds that I'm still the most trusted media personality........ more than a decade after I retired from the CBS anchor desk...

The "Coney Island" hot dog was introduced in Cincinnati, Ohio.
1. "Beneath...", "Escape From.....", "Conquest of....", and "Battle for...."
(Bonus; "Return to ....")
2. Pleasure Island
3. Dynomutt
4. Hamlet
5. Johnny Weissmuller
6. Green
7. Samuel
8. Walter Cronkite
This is a specialty from Cincinnati and is often called a 'Coney.' The history is somewhat vague, but a Macedonian immigrant, Tom Athanas Kiradjieff gets the credit for this, also. En route to Cincinnati, he passed through the Coney Island area of New York. Later when he decided to cover one of his hot dogs on a bun with mustard, Cincinnati Chili, and onions, and top it all off with a lot of finely grated Cheddar Cheese, he named it a 'Coney Island' and the name sticks to this day. 'Coneys', as the locals call them, are now made with a hot dog that is a bit smaller and shorter than a regular wiener, to allow more room for the chili and other goodies that go thereon.


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Old 11-20-2008, 04:14 PM   #2
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Holding steady at only the TorC. But, that was interesting about the Coney dog. Thanks!
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