The Trivia Hound


910. Los Angeles, Dec. 1964

Jim got #909, and he's still on a roll!

In memoriam.


| posted by John, 5:26 PM | 3 comments |

909. New Hampshire, Dec. 1964

Jim got #908! He's on a roll!

We'll have one more, later this evening.



| posted by John, 6:07 AM | 2 comments |

908. U.S., Nov. 1964

Jim got #907!

We've approaching the end of 1964! Who's this?


| posted by John, 2:35 PM | 2 comments |

907. U.S., Oct. 1964

Jim recognized #906!

The President is on the phone with the Soviet premier, trying to explain that those bombers are a mistake, and please don't retaliate, because he'll fix it. Hopefully.

Somehow though, you can't help feeling you've seen this storyline before. See #888.



| posted by John, 7:42 AM | 2 comments |

906. U.S., 1964

#905 was a forgotten film!

Who's this?



| posted by John, 8:10 AM | 1 comments |

905. Brighton, 1964

Amy got #904!

Uppers and downers; either way blood flows.



| posted by John, 8:09 AM | 1 comments |

904. Washington, 1964

Nora & Jim got #903!

This immigrant mother lives a tragic life.



| posted by John, 8:37 AM | 2 comments |

903. Detroit, 1964

Jim got #902!

Next film!



| posted by John, 7:39 AM | 3 comments |

902. Vietnam, 1964

Jim got #901!

American "advisers" try to help stop the spread of Communism.



| posted by John, 8:23 AM | 6 comments |

901. Ireland, 1964

Jim got #900!

It's not so much an orphanage as a home for girls with controversy.


| posted by John, 8:43 AM | 2 comments |

900. Miami, Sept. 1964

Nora & Jim got #899!

Today we reach another milestone--the TriviaHound reaches its 900th post! We've come a long way from #1 but we still have so much to see: like this card player, for instance.


| posted by John, 8:24 AM | 2 comments |

899. South Pacific, Sept. 1964

Jim got #898! He's 5 in a row!

There's no way to make this one hard...

Stay tuned, tomorrow #900 beckons you to enter his web of sin!


| posted by John, 11:32 AM | 2 comments |

898. U.S., September 1964

Jim got #897!

We have two TV shows to go before we return to movies, and they're both well remembered!

There were two shows about inept soldiers that premiered in 1964. One was No Time for Sergeants, based on the movie with Andy Griffith from six years before. This was the other.


| posted by John, 8:54 AM | 3 comments |

897. U.S., September 1964

Jim got #896!

Offhand I can think of two '60s shows that positively portrayed Russians. This was one; you'll have to wait a very long time for the other!


| posted by John, 7:55 AM | 4 comments |

896. U.S., September 1964

Jim got #895!

We're still working our way through the 1964 TV lineup. This show had far greater staying power than #895!


| posted by John, 6:53 AM | 3 comments |

895. New York, September 1964

Nora & Jim got #894!

Who remembers a show about a playboy publishing editor?


| posted by John, 3:00 AM | 5 comments |

894. California, September 1964

Nora got #893! She's 3 in a row!

It's September, and you know what that means! New fall lineup. Let's see what's on TV.


| posted by John, 8:24 AM | 3 comments |

893. Mississippi, August 1964

Nora got #892!

National attention is on the Magnolia State.


| posted by John, 6:31 AM | 1 comments |

892. U.K., July 1964

Nora got #891!

Sadly, I had to skip Pajama Party and Endless Summer because I couldn't find any good pictures.


| posted by John, 8:04 AM | 2 comments |

891. Pennsylvania, Apr. 1964

Jim got #890!

They've got their feet on the ground, but they're reaching for the stars.


| posted by John, 9:02 AM | 1 comments |

890. Switzerland, Mar. 1964

Nora got #889!

The princess is being pursued by a wealthy, older playboy and his raffish son.


| posted by John, 8:24 AM | 2 comments |

889. Miami, Feb. 1964

Jim got #888!

This up-and-comer is finally getting his chance to be #1!


| posted by John, 7:12 AM | 2 comments |

U.S., Feb. 9, 1964

OK, too easy to be a question. But it was a night to remember for the audience of the Ed Sullivan Show.

| posted by John, 4:31 PM | 0 comments |

888. Washington D.C., Jan. 1964

Amy got #887!

The whole point to a doomsday machine is lost if you keep it a secret!


| posted by John, 7:32 AM | 3 comments |

We're moving on, and the Wayback machine is set for 1964!

Born this Year: Nicholas Cage, Bridget Fonda, Laura Linney, Chris Farley, Matt Dillon, Juliette Binoche, Rob Lowe, Russell Crowe, Cedric the Entertainer, Hank Azaria, Courtney Cox, David Spade, Sanda Bullock, Kenau Reeves, Janeane Garofalo, Dana Plato, Calista Flockhart, Patrick Warburton, Robin Givens, Don Creadle, Marisa Tomei, and Teri Hatcher!
1964
| posted by John, 7:35 PM | 4 comments |

887. Connecticut, 1963

#886 was a forgotten film!

We're about to move on to 1964, but let's join this party, already in progress...


| posted by John, 12:46 PM | 3 comments |

886. U.K., Nov. 23, 1963

Jim got #885!



This will be our last post under the old Blogger since they're forcing me to "upgrade." Keep your fingers crossed! Meanwhile, who's this?

| posted by John, 1:10 AM | 4 comments |

Dallas, Nov. 22, 1963



The whole world is poorer because of his loss. But we can all be better Americans because John Fitzgerald Kennedy has passed our way.... And now that he is relieved of the almost superhuman burdens we imposed on him, may he rest in peace.

- Chief Justice Earl Warren

| posted by John, 5:46 PM | 0 comments |

885. California, Nov. 1963

Amy got #884!



Opporunity makes for strange bedfellows.

| posted by John, 3:01 PM | 4 comments |

884. San Francisco, Nov. 1963

Amy got #883! The competition heats up!



He's starting to feel guilty about the game he's playing...

| posted by John, 7:16 PM | 3 comments |