This was actually from a movie, wherein the principle characters (renting a local cottage) receive a b&w TV from a Mendocino, CA. neighbor. They turn it on and bingo! It works. Somehow they get it to some sort of old Jeopardy channel (never watched this show, so I assume that's what it was, give or take a decade or two). Now this is totally for fun, so don't, please, be offended whether you're right or wrong. This is just for fun!! Here are the questions that were posed:
What female poet was known as the "Belle of Amherst"?
What is the name of a Russian sleigh pulled by three horses?
What is the Tennessee Wiliams novel title in which the central character is looking to always look her best for gentlemen callers?
Who lived downstairs from the Ricardo's in the "I Love Lucy" syndication?
What did Ralph always yell at his wife Alice in "The Honeymooners", when out of all patience?
What two Presidents of the U.S. were allowed to use the "Pony Express"?
What are the colors of the French flag, in order, top to bottom?
Who sculpted "the Pieta"?
That's all I can remember, and as I said, THIS IS NO MEASURE in any way of one's intelligence. These are questions the producers of the movie "Dying Young" just arbitrarily made up back in '91. I caught a couple, but most were completely vague to me. C'mon, give it a try to escape which running back is the #1 for this year already, pre-practice!