|Lots of stars have made films in Tenn|
|Wednesday, February 23, 2011|
Dear Ken: In your opinion, what are the 10 best movies shot in the state of Tennessee?
Well, first of all, everybody has different tastes. Mine favor older movies over contemporary. Here goes: 1: “Wild River” (1960) with Montgomery Clift and Lee Remick; 2: “All the Way Home” (1963) with Robert Preston and Jean Simmons; 3: “W.W. and the Dixie Dance Kings” (1975) with Burt Reynolds and Art Carney; 4: “I Walk the Line” (1970) with Gregory Peck and Ralph Meeker; 5: “Walking Tall” (1973) with Joe Don Baker; 6: “The River” (1984) with Mel Gibson and Sissy Spacek; 7: “The Liberation of L.B. Jones” (1970) with Lee J. Cobb and Roscoe Lee Browne; 8: “The Firm” (1993) with Tom Cruise and Gene Hackman; 9: “A Walk in the Spring Rain” (1970) with Anthony Quinn and Ingrid Bergman; 10: “Marie” (1985) with Sissy Spacek and Jeff Daniels.
Dear Ken: In how many of John Wayne’s movies did his character die?
Dear Ken: How many seasons has “The Simpsons” been on TV now? How many episodes? The actress who does the voice of Marge Simpson, what other TV shows or movies has she been in?
Dear Ken: Whatever happened to British singer Lulu, who had a big hit with the song “To Sir, With Love”?