The Enforcer


Magnum Force

3.

Bolt


Phenomenon

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4.

Beverly Hills Cop


48 Hours

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I was born in 1931 in New York City and named after my the high school my father attended in the Bronx.

I graduated from Notre Dame in 1953 and then served in the U.S. Navy before pursuing a career in the entertainment industry.

I stayed busy as host and/or sidekick on various talk and variety shows, but became a household name as the cohost of morning show that became nationally syndicated in 1988. The show still airs, but without me.

As the first host of the U.S. version of a popular British game show, I helped turn what was supposed to be a limited series into one of the most popular and highest-rated television game shows to air in the United States.

I am an author and have toured the country with a popular stage show spotlighting my singing talents

Over the course of my career, I have received plenty of recognition, including a Lifetime Achievement Emmy Award as well as other Emmys.

I have a star of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and I’ve been inducted into both the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame and the Television Hall of Fame.


I am even a Guinness World's Record holder for the “Most Hours on Camera.”


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Rio Lobo


Rio Bravo

Sarah Harding


Clementine Sterling

Sudden Impact


The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

8. Word #1 is what you do to acquire knowledge on a subject. Word #2 describes what furniture becomes if it is not cleaned for a while.

Out of Africa


The Devil Wears Prada

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L.A. Confidential


The Life of David Gale

3. Who played Alex Forrest in "Fatal Attraction"?

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Mary Kay Place


Goldie Hawn

Glenn Close


Meg Tilly

5.

8. Clint Eastwood’s famous line "Go ahead, make my day" comes from what movie?

Hairspray


Look Who's Talking

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True Grit


Stagecoach


2. In what movie did John Wayne play Sheriff John T. Chance?

6. In what movie did John Travolta play Edna Turnblad?

Trading Places


Dreamgirls

Clarice Starling


Meg Altman

The Deer Hunter


Plenty

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MYSTERY PERSON #3

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5. Word #1 is another word for monkey. Word #3 is a small, round vegetable that is green.

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7. In what film did Eddie Murphy play Axel Foley?

American Beauty


Network

7.  Word #1 is a short sleep. Word #2 is a container used for cooking, usually with a handle.

Wacky Word Puzzles

3. Word #1 is what people cast during an election. Word #2 is an appliance to cook on.

6. Word #1 is another word for boast. Word #2 is a word for taking something quickly.

4. Which of these FBI agents was played by both Jodie Foster and Julianne Moore?

5. In what movie did Kevin Spacey portray a character having a mid-life crisis?

1. Meryl Streep played a powerful and demanding editor-in-chief of a high fashion magazine in what movie?

4. Word #1 is another word for final. Word #2 is a white substance that flavors food.

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2. Word #1 is used when an employee is dismissed from job. Word #2 cooked in oil.

​1.  Word #1 is another way to say “not any.” Word #2 describes fluorescent colors or lights.

3. What stays where it is even after it goes off?

​​2. I make a loud noise when changing my jacket and become larger but weigh less later. What am I?

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1. I come down but never go up. What am I?

2.

1.

The following picture puzzles represent a word, phrase or saying. Can you decipher each cryptic message?

MYSTERY PERSON #2

The people described below are well known individuals from different walks of life. They may or may not still be with us, but all have made an impression. Can you solve the mystery of their identities?

I was born in 1857 in Boston, MA.

As a teenager, I suffered a paralytic stroke that made it impossible for me to attend high school or attend college and left me with a permanent limp.

I am known by many cooking enthusiasts as "the mother of level measurements."

In my early 30s, I attended the Boston Cooking School and later became an administrator of the school

In 1896, I published a cookbook under the school’s name, which revolutionized the cooking process by promoting the use of precise measurements instead of amounts like “a pinch of this” and “a dash of that.”

Later editions of the bestselling cookbook would bear my name, and it is still in print today.

After leaving the Boston Cooking School, I opened my own cooking school.


Although spending the final several years of my life in a wheelchair, I continued to cook, teach, lecture, write, and create new recipes.


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I was born in 1913, in Oakville, Alabama.

While in high school, I won three track and field events at the 1933 National Interscholastic Championships and matched on world record and broke several others while at Ohio State University.

He captured four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games, breaking two Olympic records and establishing a world broad jump record that would last 25 years.

You may not know that after retiring from amateur athletics I actually worked for the Harlem Globetrotters, announcing and running the track during half time.

An asteroid discovered in 1980 was named in my honor.

In 1981, USA Track and Field started present an award named for me to top track and field athlete in the United States.

ESPN ranked me as the sixth in a list of the greatest North American athletes of the twentieth century.


In 1976, when President Gerald Ford presented me with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.


In 1990, I was posthumously awarded the Congressional Gold Medal by President George Bush.


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An anagram is a word or phrase formed by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. Letters do not have to stay in a particular order. The puzzles give hints for two words that are anagrams of each other. For example: Word #1 is uppermost point of something. Word #2 is a cooking container usually with a handle(s) and/or lid. The answers are “TOP” and “POT.”

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