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Lava Trivia Game Another trivia game provided by Lava1964. Questions are in the comment section.
Tags: Trivia  Games 
Added: 26th August 2007
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Posted By: Steve
Posted by: Steve on 2007-08-26 
1. What was the original name of The Ed Sullivan Show?

2. Who was the only person to be murdered on live American network television?

3. What was the name of the Cartwright family's cook on Bonanza?

4. Which rigged game show made Charles Van Doren famous?

5. What was the name of the children's program hosted by Shirley Temple?

6. On The Beverly Hillbillies, what did the Clampetts usually call their swimming pool?

7. On a famous episode of I Love Lucy, whose footprints did Lucy steal from Grauman's Chinese Theater?

8. On The Andy Griffith Show, what did deputy Barney Fife keep in his shirt pocket?

9. According to the sign out side of Cheers, what year was the tavern established?

10. On which two shows did Richard Deacon simultaneously play regular characters?
Posted by: Naomi on 2007-08-26 
1. Toast of the town
2. JFK
3. Hop Sing
4. The $64,000 Question
5.
6. Cement pond
7. John Wayne
8. the bullet
9.
10. Dick Van Dyke and ?

That's as far as I can go without looking it up.

Posted by: Naomi on 2007-08-26 
Actually, Lee Harvey Oswald was murdered on live tv. I guess you would say that JFK was assassinated, but that's also murder.
Posted by: Naomi on 2007-09-03 
Gee Lava, how could I have missed this DUH....on my own clip yet LOL Cheers was established in 1895!
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-09-05 
I guess it's time to post the answers for this quiz. Naomi got most of them right--but not all of them!

1. Toast of the Town
2. Lee Harvey Oswald
3. Hop Sing
4. Twenty One
5. I discovered there are actually two answers to this question: Shirley Temple's Storybook and Shirley Temple Theater
6. The cement pond
7. John Wayne's
8. His bullet
9. 1895
10. He played Fred Rutherford on Leave It To Beaver and Mel Cooley on The Dick Van Dyke Show

Thanks for playing. More questions will be posted soon.
Posted by: tommy7 on 2007-09-25 
i just saw a jfk history channel thing and im sure oswald didnt die right on tv but on the way to the hospital so he was fatally wounded on tv ,died then it became murder a crime he was not killed but shot on tv its trivial but remember its TRIVIA
Posted by: Naomi on 2007-09-25 
A technicality.

At 11:21 am CST Sunday, November 24, while he was handcuffed to Detective Leavelle and as he was about to be taken to the Dallas County Jail, Oswald was shot and fatally wounded before live television cameras in the basement of Dallas police headquarters by Jack Ruby, a Dallas nightclub owner who had been distraught over the assassination.

Unconscious, Oswald was put into an ambulance and rushed to Parkland Memorial Hospital, the same hospital where JFK had died two days earlier. Doctors operated on Oswald, but Ruby's single bullet had severed major abdominal blood vessels, and the doctors were unable to repair the massive trauma. At 48 hours and 7 minutes after the President's death, Oswald was pronounced dead.
Posted by: Naomi on 2007-09-25 
If you had seen it at the moment it played out in front of the news cameras, as many of us did, you too, would have considered it as being murdered on live tv.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-09-26 
From what I've read Lee Harvey Oswald died (or was pronounced dead at least) only a few feet from where JFK had been declared dead. The act of murder definitely took place on live TV regardless of precisely when Oswald died.
Posted by: Guido on 2007-09-26 
that's correct
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