“Lonesome Dove” was the name of a town in south Texas.
Retired Texas ranger Gus McCrae (Robert Duvall) ran a ranch near there.
- What comedian was “The Toastmaster General of the U.S.”? George Jessel was "The Toastmaster General of the U.S.". His TV show, "The George Jessel Show," ran during the 1953-54 season on ABC.
- Which entertainer is known as the Chairman of the Board? Singer Frank Sinatra is known as the Chairman of the Board. Former New York Yankee pitcher Whitey Ford also earned the appellation.
- What is the highest of Dante’s heavens? In the Paradiso (1321), the highest of Dante's heavens is the Empyrean, the tenth heaven. It contains God's Court, seen as a many-petaled rose.
- What virtues and what knights are the subjects of each of the six books of Spenser’s The Faerie Queene (1596)? Book I: Holiness/The Red Cross Knight Book II: Temperance/Guyon Book III: Chastity/Britomart Book IV: Friendship/Cambel and Triamond Book V: Justice/Artegall Book VI: Courtesy/Calidore
- When was the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List started? The FBI's Ten most wanted list was started in 1950. In 1970, the FBI unofficially increased the number to 16.
- What was Mr. Peepers’s first name on “Mr. Peepers” and what did he teach (NBC, 1952-55)? Robinson J. Peepers taught biology on the TV series "Mr. Peepers" (NBC, 1952-55).