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TRIVIA ANSWERS

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1. A pistol

2. William Wallace

3. May 15, 1856

4. Chittenango, New York

5. Maud Gage

6. 1882

7. The Show Window

8. 1903

9. May 6, 1919

10. Shirley Temple

11. $2,500.00

12. Terry

13. Carl Spitz

14. no

15.The Jitterbug

16. Betty Danko

17. Abe Dinovitch

18. A Saurus Crane

19. Buddy Ebsen

20. aluminum paste

21. 50 pounds

22. 40 pounds

23. 20 men

24. 40,000 artificial flowers

25. Lois January

26. Four

27. White, Yellow, Red, Purple

28. Gelatin powder

29. Clara Blandick

30. Zeke

31. Hickory Twicker

32. Hunk Andrews

33. St. Joseph's Choir

34. Mendelssohn's "Scherzo in E Minor"

35. Moussorgsky's "Night on Bald Mountain"

36. "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree"

37. Bird calls, played backwards

38. Nearly 3 million dollars

39. Almost 10 months

40. August 7, 1939

41. August 15th, 1939  (Tuesday)

42. Fred Stone

43. Ozma Baum

44. Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Billie Burke, Charley Grapewin

45. Dorothy

46. $6,000 per week

47. She made $500/week for 19 weeks and 2 days of work. 
A total of $9,649.98

48. $72,000.00

49. $6,333.32

50. $2,500.00 per week

51. $2,500.00 per week

52. $2,250.00 per week

53. $1,000.00 per week

54. November 3, 1956

55. Bob Hope. It was his first of many appearances as host of the 
Academy Awards.

56. Outstanding performance as a screen juvenile. She received the 
miniature statuette created for this category.

57. Shirley Temple, Deanna Durbin, Mickey Rooney

58. It was a 75-page booklet on raising chickens, and was called 
" The Book of the Hamburgs". 

59. The animal was a pet cow.

60. The pet cow's name was Imogene.

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