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Well done, Pat! You are quite correct on both counts.
4. Kono - Yesterday Died and Tomorrow Won't Be Born
11. Steve - Try to Die On Time
It was good (for me) to have some time away from the duties of webmaster. Now, it is time to unlock the door, turn on the lights, and get back to work.
Tonight, I will post this week's challenge. In the words of the top cop, "Be here! Aloha!"
Oh and wishing Honu a very happy birthday for the 20th.
I didn't see kanela's and Vrinda's contribution until today. Lovely poems both of you. I couldn't join in quiz as I was out all day yesterday. i didn't know any of the programmes anyway. the only answer I knew was the hymn played on the titanic..
Thank you, Steve's Girl.
To wind up the challenge, here are the answers for the remaining questions:
4 - a Thomas Hewitt Edward (T.H.E.) Cat was a cat burglar portrayed by Robert Loggia, who would go on to appear in H50's "The Execution File" (Season 11). Mr. Loggia was a prolific actor in all media and appeared in several Pink Panther movies.
5 - c Harmon Rabb and Loren Singer. David James Elliott and Nanci Chambers have been married since 1992 and have two children.
6 - b Albert Jethro Chegwidden was named for Donald Bellisario's father, Albert Jethro Bellisario.
7 - a QUESTION DISQUALIFIED DUE TO WEBMASTER ERROR. The exchange was held between Caitlin Todd (Sasha Alexander) and Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) in the episode "The Meat Puzzle" (Season 2).
Many thanks to all who participated.
I hope you'll enjoy a wonderful vacation, H50.
Thank you, Kanela. Your answer is correct. Andreas Katsulas portrayed Frederick Sykes, the one-armed man, who murdered Mrs. Kimble, portrayed by Sela Ward.
I have 1 answer: 3.c Good for you H50 .You need a well deserved vacation! Enjoy.:)
Honu, you are correct. Commissioner Reagan's father's name is Henry. Lorne Greene was from Ottawa, Ontario. Well done!
Pat, you are correct. Rockwell Torey's lady love was Maggie, portrayed by Patricia Neal. Yes, The Final Countdown was set aboard the USS Nimitz (CVN-68). Although filming took place aboard her, it did not take place at Pearl Harbor, but rather, in the Atlantic, between Norfolk, Virginia, and Key West, Florida.
Steve's Girl, you are mistaken about Commissioner Reagan's father's name; however, you are correct about Nearer My God to Thee being the song played by the orchestra as the RMS Titanic sank.
Here are my answers: 1D 9D
Great idea for a challenge, H50! Thank you for that.
Here are my answers: 2a 10c
Ok, great! Thank you.
If your access were denied, you would not have been able to post on this guestbook, Kaely Neeves. You are shown as a limited member, which should not stop you from visiting the pages and commenting in the guestbook.
By the way, it was me who posted Jack's spaghetti sauce and cheesecake on pinterest. I was surprised to see it on here!! It's so delicious; I'm actually making it today!
HI, I know it's been a long time since I've been on the site, but I was wondering why when I log-in it says acess denied and that I don't have permission to be on here. Is there something I'm supposd to do? Thanks.
Thank you for posting that link of the Ilikai,H50. Like Honu said the decor of the 1960's look is nice and simple. I like that very much.
When I went inside the Ilikai seven years ago because I wanted to ride the glass elevator and couldn't find it, there was a big tv screen on one of the walls in the reception aera running an episode of Five-0. I talked to the receptionist and we both agreed that we didn't like the remake.
I love the 60's look also, and the carpet color. Thanks for posting.
It's too rich for my pocketbook, too -- nearly double what it was eight years ago, when I stayed there -- but they've done a lot of renovations since then in an effort to recapture their clientele. Ten years ago, the Ilikai was in danger of failing. Indeed, the Marina Condos and Yacht Harbor Tower were sold to separate owners. At least, the main building survives and, indeed, is once again thriving.
Nice pictures on their site. The decor is nice, clean and simple. I'm sure that it's too rich for my pocketbook, though, LOL!
You're right, Honu. Taste in bed sizes definitely has changed. And, yet, when you look at the overall style of today's decor, you see that it is very much a return to how it appeared back in 1964 (scroll down to see the guest rooms): http://www.ilikaihotel.com/property-overview/photo-gallery/