Can you tell the difference between a Don Knotts movie and a KISS song?

KNOTTS rocks.

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Mayberry and metal are worlds apart — about as far apart as it gets. The closest thing to hard rock heard on The Andy Griffith Show might be Opie's garage band, The Sound Committee, or fictional pop star Keevy Hazelton.

Don Knotts left the sitcom after season five to pursue his film career. He made loads of comedies — some hits, some obscure — over the decades. And, don't forget, he made a few flicks before hitting stardom.

Around the time Knotts was charming viewers as Mr. Furley, KISS was rocking its army of fans in arenas. You might think these things have nothing in common. Let's see if you can tell the two apart.

Was this a Don Knotts movie or a KISS single?

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  1. Beth
  2. Gus
  3. Shandi
  4. The Love God
  5. Calling Dr. Love
  6. Crazy Crazy Nights
  7. It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
  8. Hot Lead and Cold Feet
  9. Kissin' Time
  10. Big Bully
  11. Wake Me When It's Over
  12. Move Over, Darling
  13. A World Without Heroes
  14. Hide Your Heart
  15. The Private Eyes
  16. Thrills in the Night
  17. No Deposit, No Return

Can you tell the difference between a Don Knotts movie and a KISS song?

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dingopossum 14 days ago
16/17...you were the best Don Knotts/barney fife..
kevopilis 1 month ago
9/17 I thought I knew Kiss better than that, I'll have to break out my cd's.
cperrynaples 1 month ago
Fun Fact: Move Over Darling was a reworking of Something's Got To Give! Had Marilyn Monroe finished the movie, Wally Cox would have played Don's role!
JewelsChuck 2 months ago
14/17... I guess I need to listen 🎧 to Kiss a little more! 😏
MikeyMello 2 months ago
As a huge KISS fan and a huge Don Knotts fan I knew I would “Ace” this one!!!!
Runeshaper 2 months ago
12/17 - never heard of these LOL :)
CaptainDunsel 2 months ago
15/17
I'm kind of surprised I did that well. I was neither a KISS fan, nor a follower of Don Knotts' career.
John 2 months ago
Sadly, KISS and Don Knotts never made a movie together. I think the closest they got was that they both co-starred with the Scooby-Doo gang.
DerekBird 2 months ago
You got 17 out of 17
Now this is what we call a Knotts kiss. Easy as making a Hot Dog.
frenchman71 2 months ago
Does anybody remember a Gene Simmons movie from about the mid to late 1980s where he plays a terrorist? I remember the trailer...he's on a pay phone across from a warehouse and the warehouse blows up.
twolo frenchman71 2 months ago
The movie was called Runaway Tom Selleck was in it too. It came out in 1984.
DerekBird twolo 2 months ago
I believe that Kirsty Alley was also in it.
CaptainDunsel twolo 2 months ago
You may be mixing up "Runaway" with Tom Selleck and 1986's "Wanted: Dead or Alive" with Rutger Hauer. It was in WDoA that Simmons played a terrorist. In Runaway his character was more of a 'master criminal'.
Wenatchee7 2 months ago
17/17 as a Kiss fan myself this was easy
DerekBird Wenatchee7 2 months ago
Me too. I just breezed right through it.
DouglasMorris 2 months ago
15/17! missed numbers 10 and 12.
DarioWiter 2 months ago
16 out of 17! 👍👍👍👍👍 🤘🤘🤘🤘🤘 🤙🤙🤙🤙🤙 🎸🎸🎸🎸🎸 😁😁😁😁😁
JohnSchumacher 2 months ago
I got them all right ..but im also a big KISS fan to along with don knotts
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