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Updated Feb 28, 2012
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Mr. or Mister
He 'pities the fool'...
He sings about his 'neighborhood' while changing into his sweater and sneakers
Title character of a 2002 Adam Sandler movie who inherits a corporation and goes to New York
The Chordettes wanted him to 'bring me a dream' in their 1954 hit
Procter & Gamble's bald 'grime fighter' advertising icon
Title awarded to winner of the National Amateur Bodybuilders Association contest
He might have done it in the Ballroom with the Knife
Jimmy Stewart 'went to Washington' as this character in 1939
'Magical' name of the host of the 1950/60's show about science experiments & the science behind ordinary things
This posh English butler comes to live with the Owens family in this eponymous 1985-90 sitcom
Jim Backus voiced this nearly-blind, mumbling animated character
Planters' top-hatted, monacle-wearing icon
Children's book series featuring characters such as Mr. Greedy, Mr. Happy, and Mr. Messy
One of Carrie Bradshaw's love interests on Sex and the City
Mark Curry's teacher character you might want to 'hang out' with
Dennis the Menace unwittingly annoys this elderly neighbor
Hershey candy bar with peanuts
Mr. or Mister
Captain Kirk's first officer and science officer
Nickname of tap dancer Bill Robinson who created the iconic 'stair dance', which he famously performed with Shirley Temple; also a song by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Coca-Cola Co. soda often said to resemble a less flavorable Dr. Pepper
British comedy starring Rowan Atkinson as this bumbling character
Superhero identity of Bob Parr in Disney/Pixar's 2004 movie
Joe DiMaggio used to be a spokesman for this slow drip kitchen appliance, the first of its kind
Moniker for MLB's Reggie Jackson due to his outstanding post-season performances
Saturday Night Live's unlucky Play-Doh character. 'Oh no......'
Styx's 1983 hit featuring some Japanese lyrics; 'Domo arigato....'
Marvel comics superhero; counterpart of the Thing, the Invisible Woman, and the Human Torch
Classic toy with changeable body parts; character in Toy Story voiced by Don Rickles
Dr. Jekyll's alter ego
Wilbur's talking horse
Sidney Poitier played this detective in 'In the Heat of the Night' and a subsequent film; they called him....
1983 film starring Michael Keaton as a stay-at-home dad
From The Bullwinkle Show, this animated genius dog traveled in his time machine with his boy, Sherman
Many women hope to meet this 'perfect' man someday
Nabisco's nautical pretzel icon
Evil owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant
In the sitcom 'Family Affair', he was Uncle Bill's 'gentleman's gentleman' who took on nanny duties.
Children's bath product and character; 'makes getting clean almost as much fun as getting dirty'
Even though he scolded to customers, 'Please don't squeeze the Charmin,' he was always caught doing it
Marvel Comics villain appearing in X-Men comics; has the power to manipulate the minds of others
Children's board game; object is to snap tiddly-wink flies into the frog's gaping jaws
Captain Kangaroo's handyman who was known for his 'colorful' apparel
Rich Uncle Pennybags was sometimes known by this name; Hasbro rechristened Pennybags in 1999 to this name for a marketing campaign.
Title character of a book, play, movie, & TV show about a Naval officer & crew of a Navy cargo ship during WWII
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