Who narrates Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer?

Who narrates Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer?

On the evening of December 6, 1964, families sat down to watch a new TV show for the first time: an animated special called Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. It featured the voice of Burl Ives as Sam, a singing snowman, who narrates the tale of a misfit reindeer who finds his own special way to shine.

What color is a blue lobster after it is cooked?

Even blue and yellow lobsters turn bright red when they are cooked. When the lobster shell is introduced to heat, the proteins that astaxanthin bind to are destroyed so the pigment shows up in its natural state, a bright red.

Which celebrity lost a ‘look-alike’ contest of themselves?

Dolly Patron once entered a look-alike contest without revealing her actual identity. She ended up losing to the contest to a drag-queen.

Is bacon red meat or white meat?

Pork is classified a “red” meat because it contains more myoglobin than chicken or fish. Pork is classed as “livestock” along with veal, lamb and beef. All livestock are considered “red meat.”

How many points do you get for a bullseye in archery?

In archery the term bullseye is not used, the centre being referred to as the Gold. Hitting the most central ring of an international target is worth 10 points, or an Imperial target 9 points in target archery. In darts it is 5 foot 8 inches (1.73m) above the floor.

When did Greenwich Mean Time start?

Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) was adopted as the world’s time standard at the Washington Meridian Conference in 1884. This conference also established Universal Time, from which the international 24-hour time-zone system grew. This is why all time zones refer back to GMT on the prime meridian.

Why were people afraid to eat tomatoes?

Scholars think Hernán Cortés brought the seeds in 1519 with the intent of the fruits being used ornamentally in gardens. By the 1700s, aristocrats started eating tomatoes, but they were convinced the fruits were poison because people would die after eating them. In reality, the acidity from the tomatoes brought out lead in their pewter plates, so they’d died of lead poisoning.

What was the first capital of New York State?

Kingston /ˈkɪŋstən/ is a city in and the county seat of Ulster County, New York, USA. It is 91 miles (146 km) north of New York City and 59 miles (95 km) south of Albany. It became New York’s first capital in 1777, and was burned by the British on October 16, 1777, after the Battles of Saratoga.