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Section 1:  The Movies:

The following lines are from which films:

1 ‘There’s no place like home’.

2        ‘Are you policemen?’  ‘No Ma’am, we are musicians.’

3        ‘Louis, I think this is the start of a beautiful friendship.’

4        ‘Tomorrow is another day.’

5        ‘Thousands of them, all heading this way.’

6        ‘Keep your friends close, keep your enemies closer.’

7        ‘£5 on Indian Boy.’

8        ‘Talk to me,  Blondie.’

9        ‘Are you feeling lucky?’

10   ‘I could have been a contender.’

11   ‘Just one wafer thin mint.’

12   ‘Cuckoo clocks and cheese with holes.’

 

Section Two:   Do you know?

 

13   After his screentest, who was described as, ‘can’t act,  slightly bald, can dance a little’?

14   For what greeting is this a cryptic clue:  ENTURY?

15   How many inches in a horse’s hand?

16   How many sperm does the average man produce each day?  Is it a) 10,000

b) 1 million  c) 10 million  d) 500 million

17   How many times did Sean Connery play James Bond?

18   What are, up, down, top, bottom, strange and charm?

19   What can babies do that adults can’t?

20   What did William Herschel discover?

21   What is a young hare called?

22   What is Cantonese for, ‘bits and pieces’?

23   What is Shakespeare’s longest play?

24   What is the capital of Kurgistan?

25   What is the highest number of children born to one British woman?  (Correct to within 5 places!)

26   What was called the Devil’s Picture Book?

27   What was the distance from Henry 11’s nose to his thumb?

28   What was the first country to give votes to women?

29   Where did lady Godiva do her famous naked ride?

30   Where do tulips come from – originally?

31   Which comedian invented the character, ‘Cupid Stunt’?

32   Which dramatist was a convicted murderer and royal pensioner?

33   Which drink was named after a Prime Minister?

34   Which European country has the highest proportion of unmarried males?

35   Which of Henry V111’s wives became his widow?

36   Which was the last English King to lead his troops into battle?

37   Which women have more hair on their heads – blondes, brunettes or redheads?

38   Who is the other male suspect along with Colonel Mustard and Professor Plum?

39   Who lived in, ‘CatfishRow’?

40   Who married the owl and the pussycat?

41   Who said, ‘anybody who hates dogs and children can’t be all bad’?

42   Who said, ‘I was a seven stone weakling’?

43   Who said, ‘the Eagle has landed,’ in 1969?

44   Who was Barbar the elephant’s wife?

45   Who was George Michael’s partner in Wham?

46   Who was Sherlock Holmes’s landlady?

47   Who was the ‘Godfather of Soul’?

48   Who was the first grammar school boy to lead the Conservatives?

49   Who wrote to his wife, ‘back home next week, don’t wash’?

50   Whose last words were, ‘Bugger Bognor’?

51   Whose last words were, ‘I am going outside, I may be some time’?

52 What is the type and name of the crystal in the picture

 

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Quiz Answers

Section 1:  The Movies:

 

The following lines are from which films:

1 ‘There’s no place like home’.      Wizard of Oz

2        ‘Are you policemen?’  ‘No Ma’am, we are musicians.’    Blues Brothers

3        ‘Louis, I think this is the start of a beautiful friendship.’    Casablanca

4        ‘Tomorrow is another day.’    Gone with the Wind

5        ‘Thousands of them, all heading this way.’  Zulu

6        ‘Keep your friends close, keep your enemies closer.’   The Godfather

7        ‘£5 on Indian Boy.’   The Belles of St Trinians

8        ‘Talk to me,  Blondie.’   The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

9        ‘Are you feeling lucky?’    Dirty Harry

10   ‘I could have been a contender.’   On the Waterfront

11   ‘Just one wafer thin mint.’   The Meaning of Life

12   ‘Cuckoo clocks and cheese with holes.’    The Third Man

 

Section Two:   Do you know?

 

13   After his screentest, who was described as, ‘can’t act,  slightly bald, can dance a little’?    Fred Astaire

14   For what greeting is this a cryptic clue:  ENTURY?    Long time, no see.

15   How many inches in a horse’s hand?    4

16   How many sperm does the average man produce each day?  Is it a) 10,000

b) 1 million  c) 10 million  d) 500 million        Answer: d) 500 million

17   How many times did Sean Connery play James Bond?    7

18   What are, up, down, top, bottom, strange and charm?     Quarks

19   What can babies do that adults can’t?     Breathe and swallow at the same time.

20   What did William Herschel discover?    Uranus

21   What is a young hare called?   A leveret

22   What is Cantonese for, ‘bits and pieces’?    Chop Suey

23   What is Shakespeare’s longest play?   Hamlet

24   What is the capital of Kurgistan?  Bishkek

25   What is the highest number of children born to one British woman?  (Correct to within 5 places!)     42

26   What was called the Devil’s Picture Book?      A pack of playing cards.

27   What was the distance from Henry 11’s nose to his thumb?   A yard.

28   What was the first country to give votes to women?     New Zealand.

29   Where did Lady Godiva do her famous naked ride?     Coventry

30   Where do tulips come from – originally?     Turkey

31   Which comedian invented the character, ‘Cupid Stunt’?  Kenny Everett

32   Which dramatist was a convicted murderer and royal pensioner?     Samuel Johnson

33   Which drink was named after a Prime Minister?     Earl Grey

34   Which European country has the highest proportion of unmarried males?  The Vatican

35   Which of Henry V111’s wives became his widow?     Catherine Parr

36   Which was the last English King to lead his troops into battle?     George II

37   Which women have more hair on their heads – blondes, brunettes or redheads?    Brunettes

38   Who is the other male suspect along with Colonel Mustard and Professor Plum?      Reverend  Green

39   Who lived in, ‘CatfishRow’?    Porgy and Bess

40   Who married the owl and the pussycat?   The turkey who lived on the hill.

41   Who said, ‘anybody who hates dogs and children can’t be all bad’?   W.C. Fields

42   Who said, ‘I was a seven stone weakling’?     Charles Atlas

43   Who said, ‘the Eagle has landed,’ in 1969?     Buzz Aldrin

44   Who was Barbar the elephant’s wife?    Celeste

45   Who was George Michael’s partner in Wham?  Andrew Ridgely

46  Who was Sherlock Holmes’s landlady?     Mrs Hudson

47   Who was the ‘Godfather of Soul’?     James Brown

48   Who was the first grammar school boy to lead the Conservatives?    Ted Heath

49   Who wrote to his wife, ‘back home next week, don’t wash’?     Napoleon

50   Whose last words were, ‘Bugger Bognor’?     George V

51   Whose last words were, ‘I am going outside, I may be some time’?  Scott of the Antarctic

52   Rhodonite.  ‘The Empress of China” – and extremely beautiful she is too!

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