Health Information Management

Trivia

APCs Insider, December 23, 2011

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Alvin, Simon, and Theodore won three Grammy Awards for “The Chipmunk Song” in 1958. What is the song’s subtitle?

a. Christmas Don’t Be Late
b. Christmas time is near
c. I want a Hula Hoop®
d. Merry Christmas, Mr. Carroll
 

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Last week’s question

The names of the Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie were inspired by characters in which classic Christmas film?

a. A Christmas Carol

b. It’s a Wonderful Life

c. Miracle on 34th Street

d. White Christmas

The answer is B. It’s a Wonderful Life features Bert the cop and Ernie the taxi driver. One APC Weekly Monitor reader noted that The Jim Henson Company never officially confirmed that the names were inspired by It’s a Wonderful Life. Some company sources company  have said it is  merely a coincidence.



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