Lee Harcourt Montgomery played Danny Garrison, a boy with a heart condition and a friend of Ben in the movie Ben (1972).
- In how many movies did Elvis die? Elvis died in one, his first, Love Me Tender (1956). It was also the only one in which Elvis did not receive top billing. Its original title was The Reno Brothers, but the…
- What was the time setting of the last episode of “The Waltons” (CBS, 1972-81)? The last episode of "The Waltons" (CBS, 1972-81) was set on D-Day, June 6, 1944. The series began with a pilot film, "The Homecoming" (CBS, 1971), set during Christmas, 1933.
- Where did the Bedford Falls Company, producers of “thirtysomething” (ABC, 1987-1991), get its name? The Bedford Falls Company, producers of "thirtysomething" (ABC, 1987-1991), got its name from the town of Bedford Falls, New York, in It's a Wonderful Life (1947). The company's logo is a house in…
- Did the Japanese ever make a Frankenstein movie? Yes, the Japanese made a Frankenstein movie called Frankenstein Conquers the World (1966).
- With whom does Charlie Chaplin share a cooked boot in The Gold Rush (1925)? Charlie Chaplin shared a cooked boot in The Gold Rush (1925) with Mack Swain, playing Big Jim McKay.
- What was the name of the One-Armed Man on “The Fugitive” (ABC, 1963-67)? The One-Armed Man on "The Fugitive" (ABC, 1963-67) was Fred Johnson, played by Bill Raisch. He was captured in the final episode, which aired on August 29, 1967.