the SMS Trivia Question of the week 3 / 26…

Good Morning! And. Yes it’s time for an all new trivia quiz for Tuesday March 26th. Brought to us each week by all the Groovey people at Omnivore Recordings! Your place for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! But! Before we raise the curtain on this week’s question, we’d like to recognize the brilliant readers who chimed in on last week’s question, which was all about the talented Mark Lyndsey The popular lead singer and front man  from one of our 60’s favorites Paul Reveere and the Raiders, and his work as a solo artist! Only one reader had the correct answer’s and that was the brilliant Mr. Tom Dowd! Well done and congrats once again Mr. D!

But now, it’s time for the all new trivia question for today Tuesday March 26th!

From 1955 thru 1965 “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” Gave viewers an opportunity to enjoy his unique world of the strange, mysterious, Macabre and bizarre! On The CBS Television Network! Each week the program opened with a shot of a pencil sketch of the great directors profile, supported by a musical theme that somehow portends what were about to see! And that dear readers is today’s question… We need you to give us the title to this oddly interesting piece? As well as the name of the composer ?

Additionally, it was no secret that the great director had a penchant for beautiful blonde actresses! One such example was Miss Tippi Hedren! We need you to give us the  titles of the two great Hitchcock films she starred in ?

In summary, here’s what we need:

1) Give us the title of the piece of music that is used as the opening theme to “Alfred Hitchcock Presents”?

2) Who composed this eerie piece?

3) Give us the titles to the two great Hitchcock films that Tippi Hedren starred in ?

Meanwhile, for the few readers who haven’t already clicked over to Wikipedia, why not take a minute, click on the link below and browse Omnivore’s awesome catalog of the coolest music in the known world and beyond!


:Remember, you can answer the weekly trivia question as often as you like, but can only win a Groovey Omnivore CD every 30 days!




1 Comment

  1. Funeral March of the Marionette
    Composed by Charles Gounod & Lyn Murray
    The Birds, Marnie

    My dad lived near AH on Roscomare many many years ago.

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