Question: My husband is sure that Wisteria Lane on "Desperate Housewives" is the same "street" the Cleavers lived on in "Leave It to Beaver." Could he be right?

Answer: Yep. Kind of cool, isn't it? The street is a standing set at Universal Studios that was built in 1946. It has appeared in the movies "Harvey," "Bedtime for Bonzo," "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken" and "Delta House," as well as in such TV series as "The Munsters," "The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries," "Providence" and "Leave It to Beaver." Golly!

Question: I am inquiring about a TV movie from the 1980s from the Disney Channel. It was like the movie "Beetlejuice" about a family who moved into a haunted house. I would love for my children to see it. Can you tell me the title and if it's on video or DVD?

Answer: Sounds like the 1986 TV movie "Mr. Boogedy," with Richard Masur, Mimi Kennedy and David Faustino. The title role was played by Howard Witt, who also appeared in the 1987 follow-up "Bride of Boogedy." Neither film is on DVD.

Question: The man who plays Frank on "CSI: Miami" is now wearing a police uniform and has his head shaved. What happened?

Answer: The uniform happened because the character of Frank, played by Rex Linn, has been promoted to sergeant. The shaved head happened because Linn was already bald and decided to make it look more fashionable.

Question: Could you please tell me who sings the song on the Old Navy sweater commercial that includes the words "take my sweater"? I sing this to my Chihuahua when she shivers!

Answer: Which is, like, always, right? The song is "The Way I Am," by Ingrid Michaelson, whose songs have appeared on "Grey's Anatomy."

Question: Could you please tell me who does the narration for "Pushing Daisies" and where else I may have heard his voice?

Answer: That voice belongs to actor-comic Jim Dale, who appeared on Broadway in "Barnum" and makes a very nice living as the reader of the Harry Potter books on CDs and the like.

Question: The wildfires in California reminded me of Linda Darnell, a strikingly beautiful actress who died in a fire. Didn't she perish trying to save a friend's children from a fire? Was it a kind of fire like the ones in Southern California?

Answer: Darnell died April 10, 1965, as the result of a fire at the home of her secretary in Glenview, Ill. She had spent the night there after watching one of her old movies, "Star Dust." She was 41. No children were involved.

Question: My mom is positive that Ellen DeGeneres' current girlfriend stars on "CSI: NY" as detective Mac Taylor's British girlfriend. I don't think that's true since I see no resemblance between the two, but she won't take my word for it. Can you help us settle this?

Answer: You mean the actress who plays Dr. Peyton Driscoll, right? The actress is Claire Forlani. Not to be confused with Portia de Rossi, who is Ellen DeGeneres' partner.

Question: In the late 1950s or '60s I saw a movie about an orchestra conductor who fell in love with a young blond girl. I don't remember the name, but it may be a remake of "Intermezzo." But I can't find any mention of this anywhere. Am I dreaming?

Answer: Sounds like the 1968 film "Interlude," with Oskar Werner, Barbara Ferris, Donald Sutherland and, in a small role, John Cleese.

It's not on video or DVD.