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5 of the Weirdest Super Bowl Halftime Shows

5 of the Weirdest , Super Bowl Halftime Shows. 5, Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Forbidden Eye (1995). Produced by Disney to coincide with the opening of the Disneyland ride, the show included a snake, fire effects and Tony Bennett. 4. , The Blues Brothers Without John Belushi (1997). Belushi had been dead for more than ten years. His brother, Jim, joined Dan Aykroyd to headline the show. 3. , "Something Grand" (1988). The 1988 show included 88 pianists on grand pianos, 300 Jazzercisers, 400 swing band performers and Chubby Checker. 2. , "BeBop Bamboozled" (1989). The Super Bowl XXIII half time show featured an Elvis impersonator doing the world's largest card trick. 1. , The Return of the Mickey Mouse Club (1977). This "Peace, Joy and Love" show kicked off with a massive band rendition of "It's a Small World (After All)." The show also promoted Disney's revamp of the Mickey Mouse Club
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