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Postby Neel Mehta » Thu Nov 02, 2017 12:08 pm

For each set below, I provide 2 or more works of media (films, TV series, books, songs, plays or musicals) that have the EXACT same title. The type of work is listed with its year of release and its author or lead performer.

Example: 2007 film (Shia LaBeouf), 2008 song (Rihanna)... Disturbia

To my knowledge, all of the works in each set are unrelated projects. This means that if, say, a movie is based on a book, or a song was written for the movie, or an original is remade, I won’t include both. (In the example above, the songwriters probably had the film in mind, but the works have nothing in common except the title.)

We could potentially do a lot of these, but here are 12 to get you started.

1. 1959 play (Tennessee Williams), 1983 song (The Motels)

2. 1960 song (Roy Orbison), 1982 song (The Motels), 1991 film (John Candy)

3. 1961 song (Patsy Cline), 1991 song (Seal), 1994 song (Aerosmith), 2006 song (Gnarls Barkley)

4. 1962 book (Katherine Anne Porter), 1987 song (World Party), 1988 song (Robert Plant)

5. 1967 song (Sam & Dave), 1986 film (C. Thomas Howell), 1997 TV series (Dan Aykroyd)

6. 1970 book (Erich Segal), 2008 song (Taylor Swift)

7. 1973 play (Neil Simon), 2017 TV series (Freddie Highmore)

8. 1978 book (Stephen King), 1982 film (Henry Winkler)

9. 1984 song (The Cars), 1992 song (R.E.M.), 2000 song (Incubus), 2007 TV series (Nathan Fillion), 2011 film (Ryan Gosling)

10. 1986 song (Belinda Carlisle), 1991 song (Sting), 1992 TV series (Paul Reiser)

11. 1988 song (Jane Wiedlin), 1998 film (Jackie Chan)

12. 1996 book (Sapphire), 1997 song (Matchbox Twenty), 2009 film (Chris Evans)
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby grodney » Fri Nov 03, 2017 3:38 am

Neel Mehta wrote:
1. 1959 play (Tennessee Williams), 1983 song (The Motels)

2. 1960 song (Roy Orbison), 1982 song (The Motels), 1991 film (John Candy)

8. 1978 book (Stephen King), 1982 film (Henry Winkler)

9. 1984 song (The Cars), 1992 song (R.E.M.), 2000 song (Incubus), 2007 TV series (Nathan Fillion), 2011 film (Ryan Gosling)

10. 1986 song (Belinda Carlisle), 1991 song (Sting), 1992 TV series (Paul Reiser)



I'll bet 1 or 2 is
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Only The Lonely
but I don't know which one.

8.
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Night Shift


9.
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Drive


10.
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Mad About You
but I'm not familiar with the Sting one....I'll have to look it up.


13. 1984/1991 Song (Fred Schneider), 2003 film (Charlize Theron), 2010 song (Kanye West)
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby Bill » Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:07 am

Neel Mehta wrote:5. 1967 song (Sam & Dave), 1986 film (C. Thomas Howell), 1997 TV series (Dan Aykroyd)

6. 1970 book (Erich Segal), 2008 song (Taylor Swift)



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5. Soul Man
6. Love Story
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby Neel Mehta » Fri Nov 03, 2017 9:57 pm

Thanks for chiming in, grodney and Bill. All 6 guesses are correct; the song from The Motels that grodney identified goes to #2.

I thought it was amusing that The Motels had only two Top Ten hits, and both qualified here. I also liked the idea of back-to-back Go-Go's with Belinda Carlisle and Jane Wiedlin.

The Sting song was a borderline call on my part. For the purposes of this thread (and most of my puzzles), I try to limit songs to released singles that hit the charts. The Sting song was released, and it did chart in the UK. But it may have fallen short of what I consider to be fair game.

To further indicate that this was not my best effort, the Tennessee Williams play is from 1958, not 1959. Originally #1 said "1959 film (Elizabeth Taylor)," but I changed it upon realizing the film title added a comma that is neither in the 1958 play nor the 1983 song. But I failed to change the date as well. It's fixed below.

Neel Mehta wrote:1. 1958 play (Tennessee Williams), 1983 song (The Motels)

3. 1961 song (Patsy Cline), 1991 song (Seal), 1994 song (Aerosmith), 2006 song (Gnarls Barkley)

4. 1962 book (Katherine Anne Porter), 1987 song (World Party), 1988 song (Robert Plant)

7. 1973 play (Neil Simon), 2017 TV series (Freddie Highmore)

11. 1988 song (Jane Wiedlin), 1998 film (Jackie Chan)

12. 1996 book (Sapphire), 1997 song (Matchbox Twenty), 2009 film (Chris Evans)


Hints:
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1. The first word of the title is an adverb.

3. Willie Nelson wrote the 1961 song. The video for the 1994 song is part of Aerosmith's Alicia Silverstone trilogy.

4. Looks like I could have gone back further: there's a Sebastian Brant satire and a Hieronymus Bosch painting with this title, both from the 1490s, and the concept originated from Plato (circa 380 BC). Porter's book was the biggest seller of 1962, and it became a 1965 film that was Vivien Leigh's last.

7. The TV series is a new, highly-rated ABC medical drama also starring Hill Harper and Richard Schiff.

11. This was Jane Wiedlin's only Top Ten hit. The film is the first of an action-comedy trilogy.

12. The 2009 Chris Evans film is the reason why the 2009 film adaptation of the 1996 Sapphire book had such a different (and unwieldy) title.


grodney wrote:13. 1984/1991 Song (Fred Schneider), 2003 film (Charlize Theron), 2010 song (Kanye West)


This is...
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Monster


Here are 7 more. Sting is redeemed?

14. 1956 film (Kirk Douglas), 1977 song (Iggy Pop), 2017 song (Lana Del Rey)

15. 1964 song (Them), 1980 film (Gena Rowlands), 1982 song (Laura Branigan), 1982 TV series (Sally Struthers)

16. 1969 musical (Katharine Hepburn), 2017 film (Anthony Gonzalez -- voice only)

17. 1972 book (Roger Kahn), 1984 song (Don Henley)

18. 1979 song (The Police), 1998 book (Nicholas Sparks)

19. 1986 song (Cinderella), 1986 film (Rosanna Arquette), 1988 song (Kenny Loggins), 1994 film (Paul Newman)

20. 2000 song (Red Hot Chili Peppers), 2007 TV series (David Duchovny)
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby Bill » Sat Nov 04, 2017 10:15 am

Neel Mehta wrote:15. 1964 song (Them), 1980 film (Gena Rowlands), 1982 song (Laura Branigan), 1982 TV series (Sally Struthers)

20. 2000 song (Red Hot Chili Peppers), 2007 TV series (David Duchovny)



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15. Gloria

20. Californication
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby rockgolf » Wed Nov 08, 2017 10:42 am

14. 1956 film (Kirk Douglas), 1977 song (Iggy Pop), 2017 song (Lana Del Rey)

16. 1969 musical (Katharine Hepburn), 2017 film (Anthony Gonzalez -- voice only)

17. 1972 book (Roger Kahn), 1984 song (Don Henley)

18. 1979 song (The Police), 1998 book (Nicholas Sparks)

19. 1986 song (Cinderella), 1986 film (Rosanna Arquette), 1988 song (Kenny Loggins), 1994 film (Paul Newman)


14:
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Lust for Life

16:
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Coco

17:
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The Boys of Summer

18:
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Walking on the Moon(?)

19:
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Nobody's Fool
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby Neel Mehta » Thu Nov 09, 2017 8:59 am

Welcome, rockgolf! You and Bill are correct on everything but #18. Strike two for Sting.

Answers so far:

Neel Mehta wrote:1. 1958 play (Tennessee Williams), 1983 song (The Motels)

2. 1960 song (Roy Orbison), 1982 song (The Motels), 1991 film (John Candy)

3. 1961 song (Patsy Cline), 1991 song (Seal), 1994 song (Aerosmith), 2006 song (Gnarls Barkley)

4. 1962 book (Katherine Anne Porter), 1987 song (World Party), 1988 song (Robert Plant)

5. 1967 song (Sam & Dave), 1986 film (C. Thomas Howell), 1997 TV series (Dan Aykroyd)

6. 1970 book (Erich Segal), 2008 song (Taylor Swift)

7. 1973 play (Neil Simon), 2017 TV series (Freddie Highmore)

8. 1978 book (Stephen King), 1982 film (Henry Winkler)

9. 1984 song (The Cars), 1992 song (R.E.M.), 2000 song (Incubus), 2007 TV series (Nathan Fillion), 2011 film (Ryan Gosling)

10. 1986 song (Belinda Carlisle), 1991 song (Sting), 1992 TV series (Paul Reiser)

11. 1988 song (Jane Wiedlin), 1998 film (Jackie Chan)

12. 1996 book (Sapphire), 1997 song (Matchbox Twenty), 2009 film (Chris Evans)


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1. Suddenly Last Summer
2, Only the Lonely
3. Crazy
4. Ship of Fools
5. Soul Man
6. Love Story
7. The Good Doctor
8. Night Shift
9. Drive
10. Mad About You
11. Rush Hour
12. Push


grodney wrote:13. 1984/1991 Song (Fred Schneider), 2003 film (Charlize Theron), 2010 song (Kanye West)


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13. Monster


Neel Mehta wrote:14. 1956 film (Kirk Douglas), 1977 song (Iggy Pop), 2017 song (Lana Del Rey)

15. 1964 song (Them), 1980 film (Gena Rowlands), 1982 song (Laura Branigan), 1982 TV series (Sally Struthers)

16. 1969 musical (Katharine Hepburn), 2017 film (Anthony Gonzalez -- voice only)

17. 1972 book (Roger Kahn), 1984 song (Don Henley)

18. 1979 song (The Police), 1998 book (Nicholas Sparks)

19. 1986 song (Cinderella), 1986 film (Rosanna Arquette), 1988 song (Kenny Loggins), 1994 film (Paul Newman)

20. 2000 song (Red Hot Chili Peppers), 2007 TV series (David Duchovny)


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14. Lust for Life
15. Gloria
16. Coco
17. The Boys of Summer
18. Message in a Bottle
19. Nobody's Fool
20. Californication


And the next batch. Sting gets one more chance.

21. 1959 musical (Stephen Sondheim), 1982 song (Fleetwood Mac), 2017 TV series (Naomi Watts)

22. 1966 song (Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston), 1982 TV series (Richard Crenna and Patty Duke), 1988 song (Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock), 1995 film (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen)

23. 1970 play (David Storey), 2007 song (Daughtry), 2008 book (Marilynne Robinson), 2012 book (Toni Morrison), 2015 film (Jim Parsons -- voice only)

24. 1974 song (Bad Company), 2002 film (Chris Rock)

25. 1978 song (Earth, Wind & Fire), 1987 film (Mia Farrow), 1990 book (Rosamunde Pilcher)

26. 1981 song (Electric Light Orchestra), 1998 film (Paul Newman), 2005 book (Stephenie Meyer)

27. 1985 book (Jackie Collins), 2000 song (Britney Spears), 2003 TV series (John Corbett), 2009 song (Jason Mraz/Colbie Caillat)

28. 1987 song (Huey Lewis and the News), 1990 film (Tim Robbins)

29. 1996 film (Bruce Willis), 2001 book (David Baldacci), 2011 TV series (Tim Allen)

30. 2014 musical (Sting), 2014 TV series (Eric Dane)
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby Bill » Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:41 pm

Neel Mehta wrote:21. 1959 musical (Stephen Sondheim), 1982 song (Fleetwood Mac), 2017 TV series (Naomi Watts)

22. 1966 song (Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston), 1982 TV series (Richard Crenna and Patty Duke), 1988 song (Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock), 1995 film (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen)

24. 1974 song (Bad Company), 2002 film (Chris Rock)

25. 1978 song (Earth, Wind & Fire), 1987 film (Mia Farrow), 1990 book (Rosamunde Pilcher)


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21. Gypsy
22. It Takes Two
24. Bad Company
25. September
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby Neel Mehta » Wed Nov 15, 2017 11:22 pm

Bill got 4 correct, and 6 were unanswered. Three strikes, and Sting is out.

Neel Mehta wrote:21. 1959 musical (Stephen Sondheim), 1982 song (Fleetwood Mac), 2017 TV series (Naomi Watts)

22. 1966 song (Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston), 1982 TV series (Richard Crenna and Patty Duke), 1988 song (Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock), 1995 film (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen)

23. 1970 play (David Storey), 2007 song (Daughtry), 2008 book (Marilynne Robinson), 2012 book (Toni Morrison), 2015 film (Jim Parsons -- voice only)

24. 1974 song (Bad Company), 2002 film (Chris Rock)

25. 1978 song (Earth, Wind & Fire), 1987 film (Mia Farrow), 1990 book (Rosamunde Pilcher)

26. 1981 song (Electric Light Orchestra), 1998 film (Paul Newman), 2005 book (Stephenie Meyer)

27. 1985 book (Jackie Collins), 2000 song (Britney Spears), 2003 TV series (John Corbett), 2009 song (Jason Mraz/Colbie Caillat)

28. 1987 song (Huey Lewis and the News), 1990 film (Tim Robbins)

29. 1996 film (Bruce Willis), 2001 book (David Baldacci), 2011 TV series (Tim Allen)

30. 2014 musical (Sting), 2014 TV series (Eric Dane)


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21. Gypsy
22. It Takes Two
23. Home
24. Bad Company
25. September
26. Twilight
27. Lucky
28. Jacob's Ladder
29. Last Man Standing
30. The Last Ship


Because this is going so well, here are some more:

31. 1926 film (Buster Keaton), 1998 film (Brendan Gleeson)

32. 1929 song (Rudy Vallee), 1997 song (Mariah Carey), 1998 song (Moby), 2003 film (Jessica Alba)

33. 1935 song (George Gershwin), 1955 film (Katharine Hepburn), 1991 song (D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince), 2009 book (J.M. Coetzee)

34. 1937 film (Marlene Dietrich), 1985 song (Madonna), 1988 song (Aerosmith), 1998 song (Sarah McLachlan), 2001 song (Shaggy)

35. 1957 film (Jayne Mansfield), 1991 song (Siouxsie and the Banshees)

36. 1958 film (Marilyn Monroe), 1985 song (The Power Station)

37. 1964 song (Petula Clark), 1986 TV series (Michael Nouri), 1990 film (Anthony Edwards), 1995 song (Neil Young), 2013 song (Lady Antebellum), 2015 song (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis)

38. 1977 song (Fleetwood Mac), 1986 song (Van Halen), 1994 song (The Cranberries), 2015 song (Beck)

39. 1985 song (Wham!), 1994 song (Rage Against the Machine), 2010 book (Jonathan Franzen)

40. 1995 song (Natalie Merchant), 2017 film (Julia Roberts)

A note on that last one: the film opens Friday, and its ads use a cover version of the song.
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby Bill » Fri Nov 17, 2017 4:50 am

Neel Mehta wrote:33. 1935 song (George Gershwin), 1955 film (Katharine Hepburn), 1991 song (D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince), 2009 book (J.M. Coetzee)

36. 1958 film (Marilyn Monroe), 1985 song (The Power Station)

39. 1985 song (Wham!), 1994 song (Rage Against the Machine), 2010 book (Jonathan Franzen)

40. 1995 song (Natalie Merchant), 2017 film (Julia Roberts)


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33. Summertime
36. Some Like It Hot
39. Freedom
40. Wonder


I saw a preview for the Julia Roberts movie when I went to see Murder on the Orient Express. It stood out to me because it's based on a novel that's frequently taught in schools.
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Title Equations

Postby Neel Mehta » Mon Nov 27, 2017 10:47 pm

Once again, Bill got 4 correct, and 6 were unanswered.

Neel Mehta wrote:31. 1926 film (Buster Keaton), 1998 film (Brendan Gleeson)

32. 1929 song (Rudy Vallee), 1997 song (Mariah Carey), 1998 song (Moby), 2003 film (Jessica Alba)

33. 1935 song (George Gershwin), 1955 film (Katharine Hepburn), 1991 song (D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince), 2009 book (J.M. Coetzee)

34. 1937 film (Marlene Dietrich), 1985 song (Madonna), 1988 song (Aerosmith), 1998 song (Sarah McLachlan), 2001 song (Shaggy)

35. 1957 film (Jayne Mansfield), 1991 song (Siouxsie and the Banshees)

36. 1958 film (Marilyn Monroe), 1985 song (The Power Station)

37. 1964 song (Petula Clark), 1986 TV series (Michael Nouri), 1990 film (Anthony Edwards), 1995 song (Neil Young), 2013 song (Lady Antebellum), 2015 song (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis)

38. 1977 song (Fleetwood Mac), 1986 song (Van Halen), 1994 song (The Cranberries), 2015 song (Beck)

39. 1985 song (Wham!), 1994 song (Rage Against the Machine), 2010 book (Jonathan Franzen)

40. 1995 song (Natalie Merchant), 2017 film (Julia Roberts)


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31. The General
32. Honey
33. Summertime
34. Angel
35. Kiss Them for Me
36. Some Like It Hot
37. Downtown
38. Dreams
39. Freedom
40. Wonder


The lack of enthusiasm for this thread tells me that, at the very least, I should try a different approach.

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Title Equations

Below I have provided eight equations (6 addition, 1 subtraction, and 1 division) using word titles. Just as above, the type of work is listed with its year of release and its author or lead performer.

Example: 1928 film (Alfred Hitchcock) + 2000 film (Angela Bassett) = 1996 song (Oasis)
"Champagne" + "Supernova" = "Champagne Supernova"

Coming up with these is a bit more difficult, so I've stretched my definition of "media" to include EPs: Extended Play records that contain multiple tracks, but not enough to constitute a full album.

ADDITION

1. 1988 film (Tom Hanks) + 1987 song (Fleetwood Mac) = 2017 TV series (Nicole Kidman)

2. 2007 film (Cillian Murphy) + 1978 film (Christopher Reeve) = 1966 song (Donovan)

3. 2012 song (Katy Perry) + 2002 film (Samantha Morton) = 1985 4-track EP (U2)

4. 1988 film (James Garner) + 1980 song (Jackson Browne) = 1950 film (William Holden)

5. 1992 8-track EP (Nine Inch Nails) + 1990 TV series (Tim Daly) = 1985 song (Mr. Mister)

6. 1956 song (Stephen Sondheim) + 1996 song (Smashing Pumpkins*) = 1987 song (Genesis)

SUBTRACTION

7. 1971 song (Don McLean) - 1999 film (Jason Biggs) = 1996 song (Smashing Pumpkins*)

DIVISION

8. 1970 song (Five Man Electrical Band) / 2002 film (Mel Gibson) = 1992 song (U2)

*Note: Those are two different 1996 songs by Smashing Pumpkins, and neither one is "1979".
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby rockgolf » Wed Nov 29, 2017 1:50 pm

1. 1988 film (Tom Hanks) + 1987 song (Fleetwood Mac) = 2017 TV series (Nicole Kidman)
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Big Little Lies

2. 2007 film (Cillian Murphy) + 1978 film (Christopher Reeve) = 1966 song (Donovan)
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Sunshine Superman

3. 2012 song (Katy Perry) + 2002 film (Samantha Morton) = 1985 4-track EP (U2)
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Unforgettable Fire?

4. 1988 film (James Garner) + 1980 song (Jackson Browne) = 1950 film (William Holden)
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Sunset Boulevard

5. 1992 8-track EP (Nine Inch Nails) + 1990 TV series (Tim Daly) = 1985 song (Mr. Mister)
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Broken Wings

6. 1956 song (Stephen Sondheim) + 1996 song (Smashing Pumpkins*) = 1987 song (Genesis)
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Tonight Tonight Tonight

SUBTRACTION

7. 1971 song (Don McLean) - 1999 film (Jason Biggs) = 1996 song (Smashing Pumpkins*)
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Zero

DIVISION

8. 1970 song (Five Man Electrical Band) / 2002 film (Mel Gibson) = 1992 song (U2)
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Zero
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby gwynn1984 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:43 pm

I think rockgolf has just two wrong (both involving U2).

Unless I'm mistaken...

3. 2012 song (Katy Perry) + 2002 film (Samantha Morton) = 1985 4-track EP (U2)

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Wide Awake in America


8. 1970 song (Five Man Electrical Band) / 2002 film (Mel Gibson) = 1992 song (U2)

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Signs/Signs = One
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby rockgolf » Thu Nov 30, 2017 1:27 pm

Gwynn. I'd agree. Brain fart on the 2nd one.
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Re: They Share a Title

Postby Neel Mehta » Tue Dec 12, 2017 11:45 am

Together, rockgolf and gwynn1984 are correct. I wanted to keep this moving quickly with more title equations, but thinking them up is even harder than I expected. Again I expanded my definition of media, this time to include albums.

Also, I figured out a way to do multiplication. Kind of resembles addition, but somewhat different.

ADDITION

9. 1996 song (LeAnn Rimes) + 2009 film (Sam Rockwell) = 1961 song (The Marcels)

10. 1999 song (Santana/Rob Thomas) + 1984 song (Midnight Star) = 1985 song (Sade)

11. 2005 song (Nine Inch Nails) + 1993 song (Candlebox) = 1982 song (Yaz, or Yazoo)

12. 1991 film (Tom Berenger) + 2019 film (Samuel L. Jackson) = 2003 film (Hayden Christensen)

13. 1991 song (Pearl Jam) + 1984 song (The Cars) + 1981 song (John Lennon) = 1970 song (Santana)

SUBTRACTION

14. [1988 song (Bobby Brown) - 1988 song (Cheap Trick)] - [1990 song (En Vogue) - 1990 song (Wilson Phillips)] = 1974 song (Billy Preston)

MULTIPLICATION

15. 1994 album (Blues Traveler) x 2009 film (Tobey Maguire) = 2005 film (Mark Wahlberg)

Notes:

"2019 film" is not a typo. It shares a universe with a 2000 film and a 2017 film, and it should be released in 2019.

The 1991 song by Pearl Jam was (by their choice) never released as a single, but it was still popular enough to chart on both mainstream rock and modern rock lists.
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