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Not Batman, but a song by the Black Eyed Peas.
A classic TV show made into a movie 30 years later as well as a hit song for Will Smith.
Bubblegum music doesn't get sweeter than this.
A hit song for Tommy James and Billy Idol, but not a duet.
The Mamas and the Papas bemoan something they just can't trust.
A movie with Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, and Joseph Cotton, all past the prime of their careers.
Robert Downey Jr movie and a utilitarian movie summary.
Do I have to tell you the name of this NPR radio quiz show?
A hit song by the Hollies that did a Black Keys' song one better.
You can still see this ABC news magazine that's been on the air since 1978.
A shortlived but groundbreaking soap opera parody starring Louise Lasser.
A staple of many rock bands in the 60s, but the hit went to the Kingsmen.
In this movie it's Pearl Harbor all over again and again.
One of the major characters in Catch 22.
One of the more obscure Beatles album tracks. The track's length is 3:04, but maybe that won't be helpful.
A Southern Gothic novel by William Faulkner.
Their first US hit single must have given Little Red Riding Hood nightmares.
The protagonist of ''that book by Nabokov''.
Jim Carrey comedy without the flammable pants.
This 1978 movie consists of two 30s movie spoofs that use the same actors in different roles.
This Broadway play based on the movie 'The Apartment' featured songs by Burt Bacharach and Hal David.
A 27 year old man learns that he has cancer in this movie from 2011 that is half comedy and half drama.
An Ian Fleming novel turned into a vehicle for Dick Van Dyke.
A boy in Nazi Germany tries to conceal that he is Jewish and joins the Hitler Youth, from the director of Olivier, Olivier
Yogi Bear's sidekick.
What do an Olsen Twins' movie from 1993 and Shakespeare have in common?
This world famous cellist was born in Paris, France in 1955.
This Broadway musical first performed in 1925 had a notable 1971 revival with Ruby Keeler.
This fast food commercial slogan was not inspired by the Edward G. Robinson gangster movie from 1931.
1966 Broadway musical that spans 50 years in the life of a married couple.
The adopted son of Betty and Barney Rubble.
This Russian youtube video transcends any language differences with over a million views.
Hungarian born actress more famous for her nine marriages than her acting portfolio.
Possibly the most unpopular Star Wars character of all time.
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