In 1984, while in London, Micky attempted an advanced degree in Physics.
"He's eating all my food. He's being very rude..." refers to a pushy tramp (bum)
Peter is the "W."
"...And don't yell at me--I only work here!" was said by Micky.
The cover of the Monkee novel "Who's Got The Button" (Author: William
Johnston, Fiction; Western
Publishing, 1968) depicts the four Monkees wearing a large single necklace around all their necks.
When did Davy win his first horserace? (specific date is required)
February 1, 1996
What early 1st-album Monkee song was first done by The Hollies? In which year did this group do it? (2.5 pts each)
I'll Be True To You. 1965
During the session of which episode was the Monkee Walk sequence filmed/introduced? Who or what inspired the Monkee Walk? (2.5 pts each)
The romp segment of "The Monkees At The Movies."
The Marx Brothers" funny walk, (or the walk from The Wizard Of Oz).
"I was at a Central High Basketball game with Shirley." Who said it? From which source does it come? (be specific) (2.5 pts each)
Peter. Kellogg commercial (variation: "The
Who did the cover design for the album "Instant Replay"?
What is Davy's "first love"? (aside from his daughters)
Which song was originally released on the flipside of "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You"?
She Hangs Out
What is the Monkee Mobile's license plate number?
PER 450, PER 540, MPH 623, or any other plate # seen in a
Monkee episode. I got PER 450 from another Monkee site, though I can't remember
which one. Sorry.
Who said, "It scares the hell outta me, man!...and the same thing goes for Christmas!"?
The musical segment of which song is emphasized by the photographically artistic effect of "positive/negative" filming (also known as "flipping")?
ESSAY: (No more than 3 sentences)
How is February 13, 1964 a connection between The Beatles and The Monkees?
Beatles premier on Ed Sullivan, along with Davy and the
What was Mike's response to a reporter who had asked him whether or not The Monkees really played their own instruments? (be specific, at least, in meaning if not in the quoted word)
"I'm fixin' to go out there in front of 15,000
people, man. If I'm not playing my own instrument, I'm in a lot of trouble. No,
it's not true.
HEAD: When the policeman goes into the bathroom and he sees that he is alone, what does he do? Which actor played him? (2.5 pts each)
Removes his helmet, swings it around by the strap, and
then dances in front of the mirror like a stripper. The late Logan Ramsey.
"And now, from the elegant pomp room OF THE MAGNIFICENT PALMER HOUSE high over Chicago asking that musical question..." Who said it? Which song did it "introduce"?
Micky. "Don't Call On Me."
There was a filming technique called the "double-guitar iris," in which The Monkee logo guitar would zoom into the screen and end one scene, followed by an inner guitar which would introduce the next one. In which episode was it first used? Name two other episodes in which this artistic process is used. (There were only eight episodes total that used this effect) (5 pts total, or 1 pt each)
Introduced: " Royal Flush." Others:
"Monkee See, Monkee Die"
"Your Friendly Neighborhood Kidnappers"
"The Spy Who Came In From The Cool"
"Don't Look A Gift Horse In The Mouth"
"The Monkees A La Carte"
"One Man Shy"
Who wrote the play "The Point"? Which two Monkees starred together in this play during the mid-1970's? (2.5 pts each)
Harry Nillson. Davy and Micky.
Who actually titled the song "For Pete's Sake"?
What was the original working title to the movie HEAD? (Hint: The Monkees produced a song and an album by this name)
From which famous department store came the clothes that The Monkees are seen wearing on the cover of the "More of The Monkees" album?