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or True/False offered after each question and then "Check Your
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On May 8, 1940, where was Eric Hilliard Nelson born?
- Teaneck, New Jersey
- Jersey City, New Jersey
- Atlantic City, New Jersey
2. David and Ricky Nelson did not join the cast until 1949; for the
first five years of the radio show, the sons were played by professional
3. Ricky recorded his debut single, "I'm Walkin'". He sang it
on Ozzie and Harriett, seeking to impress a date who was an Elvis Presley
fan. After he performed it on TV, it was a hit, reaching #4 on the charts
and selling over a million copies. Who wrote the song?
- Fats Domino
- Ozzie Nelson
- Clyde Ware
4. What was his first #1 hit?
- I Got A Feeling
- Sweeter Than You
- Poor Little Fool
5. In 1959, he appears in Rio Bravo with John Wayne and Dean
Martin. Who does he play?
- Pat Wheeler
- Colorado Ryan
6. Rick played Ensign Tommy J. Hanson in The Wackiest Ship in the
Army (1960). Who was Lt. Rip Crandell?
- Walter Matthau
- Jack Lemmon
- Tony Curtis
7. Love and Kisses is a 1965 American comedy film starring Ricky
Nelson as a young man who tries to grow up and emancipate himself from his
middle-class parents by getting married. On the day he graduates from high
school, Buzzy Pringle (Ricky Nelson) secretly marries his girlfriend
Rosemary. Who played Rosemary?
- Kristin Nelson
- Madelyn Himes
- Sheilah Wells
8. What 1961 hit became his last #1 Hit?
- Travelin' Man
- Hello Mary Lou
- It's Up to You
9. His last Top Ten hit was Garden Party (1972).
10. In 1973, he had an acting role in an episode of , where he played
the part of a hippy flute-playing leader of a harem of young prostitutes.
What was the TV series?
- The Streets of San Francisco
is Rick Nelson buried?