Yet another word game

Fun Fun Fun was a #5 hit single in 1964 by The Beach Boys. The lyrics describe deception by a teenage girl wanting to borrow her father’s Ford Thunderbird to hang out at the hamburger stand instead of the library. The young lady apparently also had a lead foot and drove “like an ace” and “made the Indy 500 look like a Roman chariot race.”
 
Well known people from the film industry in Hollywood, circa 1969, will be portrayed in Tarantino’s next film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. The film’s cast includes Leo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie (as Sharon Tate), Al Pacino, Damian Lewis (as Steve McQueen) and a large group of other solid actors portraying Hollywood types and the Manson family/victims of the rampage. The film is now in post-production and will be released later this year.
 
Altamont(e) Springs is a busy suburb northeast of Orlando and my destination for a mission of kindness to buy a Cocker Spaniel puppy to help my mom get over the heartbreak of losing her previous Cocker to a sudden illness while I was visiting from college on Easter break. It was a beautiful sunny day when I pulled into the driveway of the house and let my surprise out of the car. I returned to the Altamonte “scene of the crime” 34 years later to “capture” another Cocker puppy for her on Mother’s Day. That one was just as excite to be released from a car that drove him from North Carolina overnight. He is the father of my cutie avatar!
 
(The) Graduate is one of my ATG films and features one of the first soundtracks that relied on contemporary musical stars to compose a song (Mrs. Robinson) dedicated specifically to the plot and to climb the record charts to #1. Despite its success at the box office, the film’s only Oscar was earned by director Mike Nichols.
 
(The) Graduate is one of my ATG films and features one of the first soundtracks that relied on contemporary musical stars to compose a song (Mrs. Robinson) dedicated specifically to the plot and to climb the record charts to #1. Despite its success at the box office, the film’s only Oscar was earned by director Mike Nichols.
Nicholson was in another iconic film of that time, Easy Rider.

 
"Spied upon her" is what happened to CIA officer Martha Peterson in Moscow during the Cold War, as KGB turned the tables and caught her carrying materials from a dead drop, arrested her, and since she had diplomatic immunity, could only deport her.
 
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