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Question 1: By the early 1980s, ________ were changing, and The Uncle Al Show was not immune.
DemographicsBaby boomerJohn F. KennedyDemography

Question 2: Starting in the late 1960s he hosted his own afternoon kids cartoon show on ________.

Question 3:
(the producers used the last few lines of the ________ song from the New York kids show of the same name)
The Garrick GaietiesRay HeathertonNew York CityJoey Heatherton

Question 4: Initially, Wanda was called "Captain Windy", costumed in a ________-like outfit during the early days of the show, and was seen "flying" Superman-style before she made her entrance on stage.
Jack KirbySuperheroBatmanStan Lee

Question 5: The show's closing theme was the last few verses of the Disney standard It's A Small World written by Robert & ________.
Mary Poppins (musical)Robert B. ShermanSherman BrothersRichard M. Sherman

Question 6: In fact, future film superstar ________ appeared in a 1970 episode of Uncle Al at the tender age of eight, playing a ship's captain in one of the show's skits.
Jack NicholsonMatt DamonHeath LedgerGeorge Clooney

Question 7: He later hosted his own late night movie for many years on ________.

Question 8: By ________ Uncle Al had become so popular that executives from CBS came to Cincinnati to consult with Al about hosting a similar show on their network; this was before WCPO switched affiliation from ABC to CBS in 1961.

Question 9: He later worked with Glenn Ryle at ________ before going into advertising in the 70s, writing and performing memorable commercials for King Kwik Minit Markets.

Question 10: The show was hosted by Cleveland native Al Lewis (1924-2009) (not to be confused with the actor who played Grandpa on ________), and later was co-hosted by his wife, Wanda.
The Munsters TodayLily MunsterThe MunstersMunster, Go Home!


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