Place Names #1

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Can you name the Place names in titles and names?

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Rock band that did 'More Than a Feeling' and 'Amanda'Music
Name of the serial killer in Silence of the LambsMovies
Betty Smith novel published in 1943Literature
The second James Bond 007 movieMovies
Vaudeville skit also known as 'Slowly I Turn' performed by Abbott and Costello and the 3 Stooges among othersEntertainment
Neil Simon play about teenager Eugene Morris, played by Jonathan Silverman in the film adaptationTheater/Movies
Neil Simon's sequel about Eugene Morris as he enlists in the army, movie starred Matthew BroderickTheater/Movies
70's police TV show starring Karl Malden and Michael DouglasTV
80's supergroup who gave us 'Heat of the Moment' and 'Only Time Will Tell'Music
2-time Oscar winner whose early roles included 137 episodes of St. ElsewhereEntertainment
2002 sci-fi bomb starring Eddie MurphyMovies
1992 best-seller by Robert James Waller about an Iowa housewife's affair with a photographer, movie version directed by Clint EastwoodLiterature/Movies
Progressive rock band that sang 'Carry on Wayward Son' and 'Dust in the Wind'Music
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Third theatrical movie starring Jim Henson's Muppets, as they try and get a musical on BroadwayMovies
#1 song by Toto in 1982Music
TV show about Superman's upbringingTV
1994 Woody Allen movie that earned an Oscar win for Dianne WiestMovies
Bob Seger song about a 'midwestern boy on his own'Music
1984 Michael Caine comedy where he has an affair with his best friend's teenage daughter, but it's not all his fault...Movies
Slow-jazz shuffle written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, performed by Fats Domino and Little Richard among othersMusic
Place where Jimmy Buffett likes to waste awayMusic
1992 Clive Cussler book that became a movie starring Matthew McConaughey and Penelope CruzLiterature/Movies
1969 song by Shocking Blue, covered by Bananarama in 1986Music
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright who wrote 'A Streetcar Named Desire' and 'The Glass Menagerie'Theater
David Kelley-produced show set in the fictional Winslow High SchoolTV

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