Mildred Pierce was a waitress who bought an eatery that she built into a chain of restaurants.
- How many spinoffs did “All in the Family” (CBS, 1971-79) have? The TV series had four spinoffs: "Maude" (CBS, 1972-78); "The Jeffersons" (CBS, 1975-85); "Archie Bunker's Place" (CBS, 1979-83); and "Gloria" (CBS, 1982-83).
- Who falls from the Statue of Liberty in the climax of Saboteur (1942)? Character actor Norman Lloyd, falls from the Statue of Liberty in the climax of Saboteur (1942).
- On what daytime TV drama did the rock group the B-52s once perform? "The Guiding Light" (CBS, 1952) was the daytime TV drama which the rock group the B-52s once performed on.
- How many stanzas does “The Star-Spangled Banner” have? The "The Star-Spangled Banner" has four stanzas, all ending with "O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave." Congress made it the national anthem in 1931.
- When was the movie rating system started? The Motion Picture Association of America started the Code and Rating Administration Board in 1968.
- What British series was the basis for “All in the Family” (CBS, 1971-79)? It is not "Till Death Do Us Part," but "Till Death Us Do Part" (BBC, 1966-68, 1972-74), was British series which was the basis for "All in the Family" (CBS, 1971-79), starring Warren…