A Look Back At The Hints

Weekly Trivia Hints 9/30 - 10/06

Nikita Khrushchev, Refreshers, Rosewood, Rumble, Shermer, Sophia Loren, and Technicolor

(09.30) TECHNOLOGY

In L. Frank Baum’s original novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Dorothy wore silver shoes, but the movie’s creators changed them to ruby to take advantage of what new film process?

(10.01) MUSIC

Heard in Pulp Fiction at Jack Rabbit Slim’s Restaurant, what 1958 song by Link Wray and His Ray Men is the first and only instrumental song to be banned from the air?

(10.02) AWARDS

For her role in the 1961 film Two Women, who became the first actress to win an acting Oscar in a foreign language performance?

(10.03) MOVIES

Based on his hometown in Chicago, what fictional Illinois town is often the setting for John Hughes’ written and directed films, including Weird Science, The Breakfast Club, and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off?

(10.04) HISTORY

The Kitchen Debate was an informal debate in 1959 between then Vice President Nixon and what Soviet Premier?

(10.05) BEVERAGES

Available in flavors like Very Berry Hibiscus and Cool Lime, what is the name of Starbucks’ fruit juice drinks that are lightly caffeinated with Green Coffee Extract?

(10.06) TELEVISION

Actor Morris Chestnut played the title character, a Miami pathologist, in what TV series that ran from 2015 to 2017?

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