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woodenspoonquizzes.co.uk @woodenspoonquizzes Quiz Book The from Wooden Spoon Quizzes Edition 8 – May 2019 The Boredom Breaker from Bury 240 Pub Quiz Questions Deadly Nightshade is related to which vegetable? ? Which Country originated the term 'plonk' for wine? ? What performance gave Irish Dance International fame? ?
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    Quiz BookThe

    from Wooden Spoon Quizzes

    Edition 8 – May 2019

    The Boredom Breaker

    from Bury

    240

    Pub Quiz Questions

    Deadly Nightshade

    is related to which

    vegetable??

    Which Country

    originated the term

    'plonk' for wine??

    What performance

    gave Irish Dance

    International

    fame??

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  • Edition 8’s

    Quiz RoundsPage 4 Quiz 01 Movies

    Page 5 Quiz 02 Sport

    Page 6 Quiz 03 Pot Luck

    Page 7 Quiz 04 Pub Quiz

    Page 8 Quiz 05 UK Trivia

    Page 9 Quiz 06 Pub Quiz

    Page 10 Quiz 07 1980’s TV

    Page 11 Quiz 08 Pub Quiz

    Page 12 Quiz 09 Fantastic Fours

    Page 13 Quiz 10 Pub Quiz

    Page 14 Quiz 11 Music

    Page 15 Quiz 12 Pot Luck

    Page 16 Quiz 13 All Answers Start With ‘A’

    Page 17 Quiz 14 Pot Luck

    Page 18 Quiz 15 Pot Luck

    Page 19 Quiz 16 Pot Luck

    Page 20 Quiz 17 What Is? What Was?

    Page 21 Quiz 18 Pot Luck

    Page 22 Quiz 19 Pub Quiz

    Page 23 Quiz 20 Pot Luck

    Page 24 Quiz 21 70’s TV

    Page 25 Quiz 22 Entertainment

    Page 26 Quiz 23 Best of British

    Page 27 Quiz 24 Best of British

    Page 28-30 Answers

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    Movies

    Notes

    Question 1 Question 2

    The character Vincent Vega appeared in which

    movie?

    Who played Jack in Titanic?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Which word links a 'Hawk' and a 'Wolf' to give two

    film titles?

    Ghostbusters and Alien featured which Actress?

    Question 5 Question 6

    Which superhero gets involved with Catwoman? Does Mary Poppins last for 140, 200 or 240

    minutes?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Which group had a giant hit with the movie-

    linked song 'Take My Breath Away'?

    In which decade of the 20th century was Sean

    Connery born?

    Question 9 Question 10

    Home Alone made which child into a Worldwide

    star?

    Platoon was about a war in which Country?

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    Sport

    Notes

    Question 1 Question 2

    Which darts player was known as 'The Tornado'? How many hoops are used in a game of croquet?

    Question 3 Question 4

    In which Year did Michael Jordan win his first

    NBA Championship with the Chicago Bulls?

    In which event did Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards

    compete in the 1988 Winter Olympics?

    Question 5 Question 6

    In which Country was Lionel Messi born? What is the maximum amount of time a golf

    player can look for a lost ball?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Who succeeded Sven Goran Eriksson as England

    football manager in 2006?

    Which first class County Cricket Club did Phil

    Tufnell play for from 1986 to 2002?

    Question 9 Question 10

    Which two boxers competed in the 'Thrilla in

    Manilla’?

    In which Country does the sport camogie

    originate?

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    Pot Luck

    Notes

    Question 1 Question 2

    True or False: the average human body has more

    than 200 muscles?

    What small yellow creatures are known by names

    including Dave, Stuart, Jerry, Tim, Mark, Phil and

    Kevin?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Percy, Gordon, Henry, James, Edward, Toby and

    Emily are characters from which TV Series?

    Who is the Queen of England?

    Question 5 Question 6

    What day of the week do we celebrate Mother's

    Day?

    Which sport involves two small bats, a ball and a

    table?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Which important religious person lives at the

    Vatican?

    What are the first names of the five members

    of One Direction?

    Question 9 Question 10

    What type of animal is Pluto, the Disney

    Character?

    Can you unscramble this word to find the name of

    another type of fruit: LEMON?

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    Pub Quiz

    Notes

    Question 1 Question 2

    Who created Snoopy? What's a Dactylogram?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Which Band recorded the soundtrack to the first

    Highlander film?

    What is Sodium Hypochlorite more commonly

    known as?

    Question 5 Question 6

    What type of cells are leukocytes? In the film Shrek, who was the voice of Donkey?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Which US vice president famously could not spell

    'potato'?

    What is the largest Country in Africa by area?

    Question 9 Question 10

    If you were born on 9 October, what would be

    your zodiac sign?

    Which nuts are used to make marzipan?

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    UK Trivia

    Notes

    Question 1 Question 2

    Whom did Margaret Thatcher replace as the

    leader of the Tories?

    In pop, who was the king of the wild frontier?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Deadly Nightshade is related to which

    vegetable?

    Alphabetically, which is the last County?

    Question 5 Question 6

    0131 is the dialling code of which City in the UK? Which English King died at the age of 14?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Who sits on the Woolsack? What plant was originally known as the love

    apple?

    Question 9 Question 10

    Who was Britain’s first Olympic Gold Medallist in

    a throwing event?

    A fizzy drink popular in the 1950’s and 1960’s

    was called ‘Dandelion and ……. ‘?

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    Pub Quiz

    Notes

    Question 1 Question 2

    Which John married actress Sheila Hancock? In legend, what bird rises from its own ashes?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Which group revived a previous hit in the 90’s

    with the help of Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown?

    What is the salary paid to a clergyman called?

    Question 5 Question 6

    Which Jockey Bob fought back from cancer to win

    the Grand National?

    How many years are there in four and a half

    decades?

    Question 7 Question 8

    How many feet in a nautical mile? What do the “M’s” stand for in M&M’s?

    Question 9 Question 10

    Moving clockwise on a dartboard, what number is

    next to 19?

    Timbuktu is on the edge of which desert?

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    Question 1 Question 2

    What made ‘Cagney and Lacey’ different from

    other police shows at the time?

    In the American television sitcom about an

    extra-terrestrial called ALF: What is ALF an

    acronym for?

    Question 3 Question 4

    What was the sewer dwelling ‘Teenage Mutant

    Ninja Turtles’ favourite food?

    What were the names of the four members of

    ‘The A-Team’?

    Question 5 Question 6

    What type of salesman was Al Bundy in the

    sitcom ‘Married... With Children’?

    What are a Fraggles favourite food?

    Question 7 Question 8

    In the animated series ‘Danger Mouse’, who

    provided the voice of the hero Danger Mouse?

    What is the name of the sentient android who

    serves as second officer and chief operations

    officer in ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’?

    Question 9 Question 10

    In ‘Knight Rider’ what does KITT, the name of

    Michael Knights car, stand for?

    What’s the name of Sam Beckett’s womanizing,

    cigar smoking sidekick and best friend in

    ‘Quantum Leap’?

    1980’s TV

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    What was the name of the first computer to

    beat a grandmaster in chess in 1988?

    The Magna Carta was created in which Year?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Deriving from Greek origins, the word dinosaur

    literally translates as meaning what?

    Student Amateur Theatrical Club ‘The

    Footlights’ are associated to which UK

    University?

    Question 5 Question 6

    Originally beginning with a 1984 conference,

    what does the acronym TED stand for?

    The Cherry Orchard, The Seagull and Uncle

    Vanya are plays by which influential playwright?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Beer Street and Gin Lane are works by which

    18th Century English artist?

    Which Musician was knighted in 2016 for his

    services to music and charity?

    Question 9 Question 10

    The AZERTY keyboard is used as an alternative

    to the standard QWERTY layout in which

    Country?

    Well known as the longest river in the World,

    through how many countries does the Nile flow?

    Pub Quiz

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    The Beckhams have four children with unusual

    names, what are they?

    What are the four most popular types of meat

    eaten in the UK?

    Question 3 Question 4

    What are the four gospels of the Bible? Who were the Fab Four of the Beatles?

    Question 5 Question 6

    What are the four Olympic throwing events? What are the four fingers on your hand called?

    Question 7 Question 8

    What are the names of the children who climbed

    through the wardrobe in The Lion, the Witch and

    the Wardrobe?

    What are the names of the founders of these

    brands: Virgin, Amstrad, Playboy & Amazon?

    Question 9 Question 10

    What are the names of the four hobbits that

    star in The Lord of the Rings?

    What are the names of the four main characters

    in the Wind in the Willows?

    Fantastic Fours

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    Joan Collins starred in which 1980’s soap? Which name comes from the Portuguese for

    ‘Snake with hood’?

    Question 3 Question 4

    A day on which Planet lasts around 10½ hours? In which movie does ‘The Bride’ take revenge on

    ex-colleagues?

    Question 5 Question 6

    Which song is also the title of a 1964 movie

    starring the Beatles?

    Dick Grayson becomes which superhero?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Where do Buffy Summers and Xander Harris

    study?

    In which Prison was Robert Stroud incarcerated?

    Question 9 Question 10

    Which singer starred in the 1969 version of True

    Grit?

    Which redhead was despised by Beethoven?

    Pub Quiz

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    What was the name of Adele’s debut album? Which Rolling Stones song opens with the lyric ‘I

    was born in a cross-fire hurricane’?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Justin

    Timberlake were all stars in which children's TV

    Show?

    The Edge is the guitarist for which band?

    Question 5 Question 6

    Who replaced Kerry Katona in Atomic Kitten in

    2001?

    What is the name of Bruce Springsteen’s backing

    group?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Who performed at the 2015 Superbowl half-time

    show?

    Vincent Furnier is the birthname of which

    American Rocker?

    Question 9 Question 10

    What was the name of Justin Bieber's 2011

    concert film?

    Malcolm and Angus Young are members of which

    Rock Band?

    Music

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    What is the highest number used in a Sudoku

    puzzle?

    What can be an island, a sweater or a potato?

    Question 3 Question 4

    In ‘Breaking Bad’ what was Walter White’s wife

    called?

    Who is Reg Dwight better known as?

    Question 5 Question 6

    Which English Queen has the same name as a

    type of plum?

    What is the term used for a positive electrode?

    Question 7 Question 8

    How many dots are used in each letter in the

    Braille system?

    Which swimming stroke is named after an insect?

    Question 9 Question 10

    What is a female deer called? “Kiss Me Kate” is a musical version of which play

    by Shakespeare?

    Pot Luck

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    Which Country originated the term 'plonk' for

    wine?

    Which King is said to have burnt the cakes?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Which Animal's name comes first in the

    dictionary?

    Who wrote the long running play 'The

    Mousetrap'?

    Question 5 Question 6

    Which Welsh singer, famous for 'Walking in the

    Air' appeared on 'Strictly Come Dancing'?

    Who made up Abba with Benny, Bjorn, and Anni-

    fred?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Which Ali was created by Sacha Baron Cohen? Which Marie is supposed to have said, 'Let Them

    Eat Cake'?

    Question 9 Question 10

    Which musical direction means at ease, at a slow

    comfortable pace?

    Which East Coast Port is known as the Granite

    City?

    All Answers Start With ‘A’

    Notes

  • A. Happy Days

    B. Falcon Crest

    C. The Beverly Hillbillies

    A. Old Speckled Hen

    B. Fiddlers Elbow

    C. Theakston’s Old Peculier

    D. Sick Dog

    E. Mangled Marmoset

    F. Arrogant Bastard

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    Question 1 Question 2

    Which British Town was technically at war with

    Russia for 110 years from the end of the

    Crimean War until 1966 because of an oversight

    in the peace treaty?

    From which Country does Leffe beer originate?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Which Author wrote Jurassic Park, Disclosure

    and Prey?

    Of which fellow boxer did Muhammad Ali say 'He's

    so ugly that when he cries the tears run down

    the back of his head'?

    Question 5 Question 6

    London, Cambridge, Peterborough, Stratford and

    Windsor are all cities in which Canadian province?

    Ronald Reagan’s first wife, Jane Wyman, starred

    on which TV Series?

    Question 7 Question 8

    In 2016, a newly discovered species of tarantula

    was named after which iconic Country Singer?

    How many months in 2015 contained twenty-

    eight days?

    Question 9 Question 10

    Which female pop singer would you get if you

    mixed Simply Red with the White Stripes?

    Which of these is not the name of a brand of

    beer?

    Pot Luck

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    Which UK high street store went into

    administration on 26th November 2008?

    What does the surname ‘Singh’ mean when

    translated into English?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Which cartoon animal is owned by Jon Arbuckle? Who is the alter-ego of Sir Percy Blakeney?

    Question 5 Question 6

    Which was the first single by Queen to reach

    number one in the UK charts?

    What is the name of Miley Cyrus’s father?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Andrea, Caroline, Sharon and Jim make up which

    band?

    xxxxWhich beer markets itself as “The King of

    Beers”?

    x

    Question 9 Question 10

    Who had a UK number one hit for four weeks in

    1960 with ‘My Old Man’s A Dustman’?

    Which film actor has commonly been nicknames

    ‘the Muscles from Brussels’?

    Pot Luck

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    ‘Bright Eyes’ by Art Garfunkel was used in the

    soundtrack to which 1978 animated film?

    Who wrote the books on which the series ‘Game

    of Thrones’ is based?

    Question 3 Question 4

    When referring to a cash machine, what does

    ‘ATM’ stand for?

    Who was the mother of Henry VIII?

    Question 5 Question 6

    ‘Honey Ryder’ was a ‘Bond Girl’ played by which

    actress?

    In which year did ‘Big Ben’ first chime?

    Question 7 Question 8

    What does ‘AC’ stand for when used on a button

    on a calculator?

    ‘Perro’ is the Spanish word for which animal?

    Question 9 Question 10

    The MMR vaccine protects against which three

    diseases?

    Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Kurt

    Cobain, Amy Winehouse and other famous singers

    were all the same age when they died. How old

    was this?

    Pot Luck

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    What is a group of Panda’s called? What is the Cenotaph made from?

    Question 3 Question 4

    What is Paul McKenna famous for? What is the umbrella term for the Special Forces

    in Russia?

    Question 5 Question 6

    What was the name of the last deep coal mine in

    Scotland?

    What is believed to be the top e-commerce

    website in the World?

    Question 7 Question 8

    What is the nickname of Bolton Wanderers FC? What was the name of Inspector Gadgets niece?

    Question 9 Question 10

    What was the name of the Roman Road that

    ran from London to York?

    What was Peter Sutcliffe nicknamed?

    What Is? What Was?

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    What is the real name of Jimmy Krankie? What does JPEG stand for, as in a JPEG File?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Is rhubarb a fruit or a vegetable? What was invented for dog training by Francis

    Galton in 1876?

    Question 5 Question 6

    What name was given to a series of American

    domestic programmes in the thirties in response

    to the Great Depression?

    What was the name of Michael Jackson's pet

    monkey?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Who was Fred Flintstone's wife? Who coined the term 'The Iron Curtain'?

    Question 9 Question 10

    Which TV Presenter set up the charity Childline

    in 1986?

    What word is the exact opposite to Nocturnal?

    Pot Luck

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    Which was the first animal to be sent into space,

    a monkey, dog or fruit fly?

    Name the 'Big Four' Fashion Weeks?

    Question 3 Question 4

    In electricity, voltage is measured in volts but

    what is current measured in?

    Which eponymous Virginia Wolf character changes

    sex halfway through the book?

    Question 5 Question 6

    Does the FIFA World Cup-winning Country have

    its name engraved in French, English or it's own

    language?

    David and Elizabeth Emanuel made fashion

    headlines in the 1980's by designing whose

    wedding dress?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Of what are C, SQL and Visual Basic all types? Which region in France is famous for its lavender

    fields?

    Question 9 Question 10

    On which continent is the driest place on Earth? What is the name of the shopping strip in

    Beverly Hills made famous by Julia Roberts in the

    film Pretty Woman?

    Pub Quiz

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    How many pairs of chromosomes are there in

    human blood cells?

    Who played Naameh opposite Russell Crowe in

    2014’s Noah?

    Question 3 Question 4

    How many times does the letter E appear in a

    standard set of English Scrabble tiles?

    Chamois leather comes from what?

    Question 5 Question 6

    Yuri Gagarin became the first person in space in

    1961. What was the name of his spacecraft?

    In which sport is there a hog line?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Which pharmaceutical drug was developed from a

    substance found in Willow bark?

    Where is Robert Louis Stevenson buried?

    Question 9 Question 10

    The Masters snooker tournament has been held

    at which venue since 2012?

    Who said, 'Always forgive your enemies - nothing

    annoys them so much'?

    Pot Luck

    Notes

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    70’s TV

    Question 1 Question 2

    Who was Doctor David Banners alter ego? In which British comedy would you find the

    department store Grace Brother’s?

    Question 3 Question 4

    What make of car is General Lee in the Dukes Of

    Hazard?

    What do the letters M*A*S*H stand for?

    Question 5 Question 6

    How many cars took part in ‘Wacky Races’? What was the name of the City in which ‘Happy

    Days’ was set?

    Question 7 Question 8

    Which talent links all members of the Partridge

    Family?

    The Bionic Woman had a famous male

    counterpart, what was his name?

    Question 9 Question 10

    What was the name of the fictional town where

    the Walton’s were based?

    What famous Sci Fi movie inspired the making of

    ‘Buck Rogers in the 25th Century’?

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    Question 1 Question 2

    Which Queen song has the lyric 'Mama, just killed

    a man, put a gun against his head...'?

    What character does Robert Pattinson play in

    the 2008 film Twilight?

    Question 3 Question 4

    What performance gave Irish Dance

    International fame?

    Who is the original creator of the Spider-Man

    comic books?

    Question 5 Question 6

    Which popstar died in August 2001 when their

    plane crashed on take-off?

    Who did Adele tour with in 2006?

    Question 7 Question 8

    How tall is actor Warwick Davis? What company originally produced the 'Walkman'?

    Question 9 Question 10

    In Swordfish, John Travolta starred along with

    which actress?

    What does Alvin from The Chipmunks want for

    Christmas?

    Entertainment

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    Question 1 Question 2

    'God Save the Queen' is the oldest National

    Anthem that is still in use today. What year was

    it first performed? 1745, 1845 or 1945?

    In Gaelic, Whiskey is known as Uisge Beatha

    (ish-key Byah-ha). What does Uisge Beatha

    mean?

    Question 3 Question 4

    What percentage of Welsh can speak in their

    Native Tongue?

    Before becoming an actress, what did Julie

    Walters originally train to be?

    Question 5 Question 6

    How many grandchildren did Queen Victoria

    (1819-1901) have?

    At what age did Horatio Nelson join the Royal

    Navy?

    Question 7 Question 8

    True or False? By 1949, it was estimated that

    81% of men and 39% of women in the UK were

    smokers?

    What are Natives of Leeds known as?

    Question 9 Question 10

    Laila Morse who plays Mo Harris in EastEnders is

    the elder sister to which English Actor and

    Filmmaker?

    Wales has a population of just over 3 million

    people, what population of sheep does Wales

    have?

    Best of British

    Notes

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    Question 1 Question 2

    What was the occupation of Leicester-based,

    Henry Walker who served his first cooked sliced

    potato in 1945 and founded Walkers Crisps in

    1948?

    In her life-time, how long does the average

    British Woman spend looking in the mirror?

    Question 3 Question 4

    Where is the oldest Mormon congregation in the

    World?

    How many of the 30 'Carry On' Films did

    Barbara Windsor appear in?

    Question 5 Question 6

    When he left school, the headmaster of Which

    English Billionaire told him 'I predict you will

    either go to prison on become a Millionaire'?

    True or False? Sherlock Holmes never said

    'Elementary, my dear Watson' in any of Sir Arthur

    Conan Doyle's Novels?

    Question 7 Question 8

    In Britain, were infant mortality rates higher in

    1800 or 1900?

    In 2003 a traffic warden issued 101 tickets in 1

    day. Why did all 101 tickets get cancelled?

    Question 9 Question 10

    Queen Anne (1665-1714) had 17 children but

    how many of them died before she did?

    Bethlehem is not only a town in Israel, but is also

    a tiny farming village in which Welsh county?

    Best of British

    Notes

  • Answers

    Quiz 1 – Movies

    1. Pulp Fiction

    2. Leonardo DiCaprio

    3. Sea

    4. Sigourney Weaver

    5. Batman

    6. 140 minutes

    7. Berlin

    8. 1930's

    9. Macaulay Culkin

    10. Vietnam

    Quiz 2 – Sport

    1. Tony West

    2. Six

    3. 1991

    4. Ski Jumping

    5. Argentina

    6. 5 minutes

    7. Steve McClaren

    8. Middlesex

    9. Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier

    10. Ireland

    Quiz 3 – Family

    1. True

    2. Minions

    3. Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends

    4. Queen Elizabeth II

    5. Sunday

    6. Table Tennis

    7. The Pope

    8. Harry, Liam, Louis, Niall and Zayn

    9. A dog

    10. Melon

    Quiz 4 – Pub Quiz

    1. Charles M. Schulz

    2. A fingerprint

    3. Queen

    4. Bleach

    5. White blood cells

    6. Eddie Murphy

    7. Dan Quayle

    8. Algeria

    9. Libra

    10. Almonds

    Quiz 5 – UK Trivia

    1. Edward Heath

    2. Adam Ant

    3. Potato

    4. Worcestershire

    5. Edinburgh

    6. Edward VI

    7. Lord Chancellor

    8. Tomato

    9. Tessa Sanderson

    10. Burdock

    Quiz 6 – Pub Quiz

    1. John Thaw

    2. Phoenix

    3. Smokie

    4. A Stipend

    5. Bob Champion

    6. 45

    7. 6076.12

    8. Mars & Murrie

    9. 7

    10. Sahara

    Quiz 7 – 1980’s TV

    1. The two lead roles were female

    2. Alien Life-Form

    3. Pizza

    4. Col. John ‘Hannibal’ Smith, Lt. Templeton ‘Face’ Peck, Capt. H

    M ‘Howling Mad’ Murdock & Sgt Bosco ‘BA’ Baracus

    5. A Shoe Salesman

    6. Doozer Sticks

    7. David Jason

    8. Data

    9. Knight Industries Two Thousand

    10. Al Calavicci

    Quiz 8 – Pub Quiz

    1. Deep Thought

    2. 1215

    3. Terrible Lizard

    4. Cambridge

    5. Technology, Entertainment and Design

    6. Anton Chekhov

    7. William Hogarth

    8. Rod Stewart

    9. France

    10. 11

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  • Quiz 9 – Fantastic Fours

    1. Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz & Harper

    2. Beef, Pork, Chicken & Lamb

    3. Mark, Matthew, Luke & John

    4. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison & Ringo Starr

    5. Hammer, Javelin, Discus & Shot Put

    6. Little, Ring, Middle & Index

    7. Peter, Susan, Edmund & Lucy

    8. Richard Branson, Alan Sugar, Huge Hefner & Jeff Bezos

    9. Frodo Baggins, Samwise Gamgee, Meriadoc Brandybuk &

    Peregrin Took

    10. Badger, Ratty, Mole & Toad

    Quiz 10 – Pub Quiz

    1. Dynasty

    2. Cobra

    3. Saturn

    4. Kill Bill

    5. A Hard Days Night

    6. Sunnydale High

    7. Alcatraz

    8. Robin

    9. Glen Campbell

    10. Napoleon Bonaparte

    Quiz 11 – Music

    1. 19

    2. Jumping Jack Flash

    3. Mickey Mouse Club

    4. U2

    5. Jenny Frost

    6. The E Street Band

    7. Katy Perry

    8. Alice Cooper

    9. Never Say Never

    10. AC/DC

    Quiz 12 – Pot Luck

    1. 9

    2. Skyler

    3. Victoria

    4. Six

    5. Doe

    6. Jersey

    7. Elton John

    8. Anode

    9. Butterfly

    10. The Taming Of The Shrew

    Quiz 13 – All Answers Start With ‘A’

    1. Australia

    2. Aardvark

    3. Aled Jones

    4. Ali G

    5. Adagio

    6. Alfred

    7. Agatha Christie

    8. Agnetha

    9. Antoinette

    10. Aberdeen

    Quiz 14 – Pot Luck

    1. Berwick-upon-Tweed

    2. Belgium

    3. Michael Crichton

    4. Joe Frazier

    5. Ontario

    6. Falcon Crest

    7. Johnny Cash

    8. All of them

    9. Pink

    10. Mangled Marmoset

    Quiz 15 – Pot Luck

    1. Woolworths

    2. Lion

    3. Garfield (and Odie)

    4. The Scarlet Pimpernel

    5. Bohemian Rhapsody

    6. Billy Ray Cyrus

    7. The Corrs

    8. Budweiser

    9. Lonnie Donegan

    10. Jean-Claude Van Damme

    Quiz 16 – Pot Luck

    1. Watership Down

    2. George R.R. Martin

    3. Automated Teller Machine

    4. Elizabeth of York

    5. Ursula Andress (Dr. No)

    6. 1859

    7. All Clear

    8. Dog

    9. Measles, mumps and rubella (German measles)

    10. 27

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  • Quiz 17 – What Is? What Was?

    1. An Embarrassment

    2. Portland Stone

    3. Famous Hypnotist & Motivator

    4. Spetsnaz

    5. Longannet

    6. Amazon

    7. The Trotters

    8. Penny

    9. Ermine Street

    10. The Yorkshire Ripper

    Quiz 18 – Pot Luck

    1. Janette Tough

    2. Joint Photographic Experts Group

    3. Vegetable

    4. Dog Whistle

    5. The New Deal

    6. Bubbles

    7. Wilma

    8. Winston Churchill

    9. Esther Rantzen

    10. Diurnal

    Quiz 19 – Pub Quiz

    1. Fruit Fly

    2. New York, London, Milan & Paris

    3. Amps

    4. Orlando

    5. It's own language

    6. Princess Diana's

    7. Computer programming language

    8. Provence

    9. Antarctica (parts of it have had no rain for 2 million years)

    10. Rodeo Drive

    Quiz 20 – Pot Luck

    1. 23

    2. Jennifer Connelly

    3. 12

    4. Antelope

    5. Vostok 1

    6. Curling

    7. Aspirin

    8. Samoa

    9. Alexandra Palace, London

    10. Oscar Wilde

    Quiz 21 – 70’s TV

    1. The Incredible Hulk

    2. Are You Being Served?

    3. A 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

    4. Mobile Army Surgical Hospital

    5. 11

    6. Milwaukee

    7. They were all musicians

    8. The Six Million Dollar Man

    9. Walton’s Mountain

    10. Star Wars

    Quiz 22 – Entertainment

    1. Bohemian Rhapsody

    2. Edward Cullen

    3. Riverdance

    4. Stan Lee

    5. Aaliyah

    6. Jack Penate

    7. 3ft 6inch (1.07m)

    8. Sony

    9. Halle Berry

    10. A Hula Hoop

    Quiz 23 – Best of British

    1. 1745

    2. Water of Life

    3. 21%

    4. A Nurse

    5. 42

    6. 12

    7. True

    8. Loiners

    9. Gary Oldman

    10. Approx. 9 Million

    Quiz 24 – Best of British

    1. Butcher

    2. Two Years

    3. Preston

    4. 9

    5. Sir Richard Branson

    6. True

    7. 1900

    8. It was May Day Bank Holiday (Free Parking)

    9. All of them

    10. Carmarthenshire

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