The Wikipedia entry for the children’s song I Can Sing a Rainbow importantly states that… …despite the name of the song, not all the colours mentioned are actually colours of the rainbow, and they are not presented in order of the visible light spectrum No results found for site:britannica.com “i can sing a rainbow”
Harpo Marx – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia… [Harpo] Marx was also an avid croquet player, and was inducted into the Croquet Hall of Fame in 1979. And from the United States Croquet Association website: Arthur “Harpo” Marx was a lovable, eager and very athletic croqueteer. Whenever he returned to Long Island or to Alexander Woollcott’s [...]
So London Zoo is getting a new male gorilla. There was a time when the gorilla at London Zoo was one of Britain's most famous residents. I think it went something like The Queen then Winston Churchill then Bobby Charlton and then Guy the Gorilla. From Wikipedia… His appearance was fearsome, yet his nature was [...]
Grand Moff Tarkin’s slippers. Costuming difficulties resulted in a piece of trivia about Star Wars. He was presented with ill-fitting riding boots for the role and they pinched his feet so much that he was given permission by George Lucas to play the role wearing his slippers. The camera operators filmed him above the knees [...]
Massachusetts Route 128 – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia… Cultural references Route 128 has been mentioned in several other rock and roll songs such as “Blue Thunder” by Galaxie 500. Your search – “route 128″ “galaxie 500″ site:britannica.com – did not match any documents.
Royal Albert Hall – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia… Depictions in popular culture One version of the lewd song “Hitler Has Only Got One Ball” places the dictator’s missing testicle “in the Albert Hall”. Your search – “hitler has only got one ball” site:britannica.com – did not match any documents.