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  1. This is really close. You have the wrong decade and the wrong quartet from the wrong country, but the title is very close.
  2. Sorry. I try not to do that too much.
  3. The mob put a hit on the producer of this show, well known for a comedic acting role, but his life was spared when he never showed up where he was expected. The order was later rescinded when they realized it would have caused more trouble than it was worth. Except for actual historical figures, none of the bad guys are Italian. The main character is portrayed as an FBI agent, though he is based on a real person who worked for a different agency. A fellow agent on the show was Italian, because the producers really wanted people to know the show was not anti-Italian, so they made one of the good guys Italian. The actor who played him was of Greek heritage.
  4. Also known as a backdoor pilot. In this case, I'm going to take a wild guess based solely on the timing and genre and go with Vega$
  5. As Superman. Not as George Reeves playing Superman. You're up
  6. The main character's original outfit was brown, grey and white. In early episodes, the lead actor wore glasses with no lenses in them. As the series progressed, he really needed the glasses, so he wore his own on the set. Sometimes a reflection of the stage lights could be seen in his glasses. The female lead was recast after the first season. She and her replacement were equally well known for the role for decades afterward. "I Love Lucy" apparently takes place in the same fictional universe as this series.
  7. Depending on whether you heard the original or the more recently adapted version, the genders may be flipped. The title does not change though.
  8. I honestly thought this would be easier... You're so hot, teasing me So you're blue but I can't take a chance on a chick like you That's something I couldn't do There's that look in your eyes I can read in your face that your feelings are driving you wild Ah, but girl you're only a child Well I can dance with you honey, If you think it's funny [Title] know that you're out And I can chat with you baby, Flirt a little maybe [Title] that you're out Take it easy (take it easy) Better slow down girl That's no way to go [Title] Take it easy (take it easy) Try to cool it girl Take it nice and slow [Title] I can see what you want, but you seem pretty young to be searching for that kind of fun So maybe I'm not the one Now you're so cute, I like your style, And I know what you mean when you give me a flash of that smile (smile) But girl you're only a child Well I can dance with you honey If you think it's funny [Title] that you're out And I can chat with you baby, flirt a little maybe [Title] that you're out Take it easy (take it easy) Better slow down girl That's no way to go [Title] Take it easy (take it easy) Try to cool it girl Take it nice and slow [Title]
  9. plays the main antagonist, Mr. Nobody, in the DC Universe series Doom Patrol
  10. Well, E. Is the $1.98 Beauty Pageant. The rest escape me
  11. Correct. It was an actual plotted sequel to an actual plotted movie with real characters (not real good or well developed characters, but they had names and histories and everything) and a "let's put on a show" kind of plot.
  12. There's that look in your eyes I can read in your face that your feelings are driving you wild Ah, but girl you're only a child
  13. Oh hello. Ok, wait a minute
  14. Since there's just no question I'm right, let's change genres and gimmicks... This sequel was so unnecessary, it's subtitle became a nickname for all unnecessary sequels. In an homage to Fred Astaire, one of the dancers in this movie climbs on a wall, dances on a ceiling and comes down the other wall before returning to the floor. This is accomplished with a rotating room borrowed from one of the Nightmare on Elm Street sets. Freddy Krueger's glove can be spotted if you watch closely enough, but then you would have to watch the movie. Roger Ebert gave this a thumbs up, saying it reminded him of the Mickey Rooney/Judy Garland "let's put on a show" flicks. It's not that good.
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