We were flipping through the channels just now, and on CBS, the end of the current episode of a certain show called "Limitless" was showing...with none other than "Father to Son" playing over the final scenes. I had to stare at the TV for a few seconds to verify that my phone or computer hadn't just bizarrely started playing music.
Anyway, that was the pleasant surprise of the evening, which makes me wonder if you folks have ever heard a similarly obscure (again, in relative terms) Queen song playing over a TV show or commercial. Or even a movie, for that matter.
Yeah. Just joking. God. That was one game that differed DRASTICALLY between cartridge ports although ACCLAIM a actually had the license on both popular 16 bit consoles back then. SNES - good, playable, fun with excellent controls and response time
genesis - atrociously difficult to manage the controls, choppy.
HAPPINESS..??? Still the one Roger Taylor album I don't own in one form or another
Many years ago in the late 80's when St. Elsewhere was winding down its run on NBC, I think. There's a scene when Howie Mandel's character dies & is being sucked into purgatory, the opening synth arrangement of Play the Game was used. It worked very well.
Edit: OK, he's not sucked into purgatory, he's drawn into it through hospital doors. I found the scene on IMDb. link
Go to the 1:50 mark and it begins.
When i was watching a repetition of "The World's Strongest Man" 1985 edition in Portugal they played "Body Language" in the end credits. I laughed at this because i don't think they are aware that they are playing one of the gayest songs ever written in the most manly show on earth :-)
Here's a link: link
I found out on YT the 86 show and they played BL as well. I don't know how many times they played it, but more than once it seems. If only they knew :-)