Weekly Quiz 7

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Weekly Quiz 7

Bob here with our weekly quiz. Here’s something a bit different. I hope you like it.

FUNNY FOLK WITH NO VOWELS

HERE ARE 20 COMEDY ENTERTAINERS PAST AND PRESENT;
MALE AND FEMALE; BUT WHO ARE THEY.

Some are easy, some are harder and some are just plain diabolical! Have fun.

 

Complete the quiz then go Here for the answers. Enjoy.
1. BLLYCNNLLY
2. RNNNCN
3. JMMYTRBCK
4. SMNMSTLL
5. PLMRTN
6. JSLNG
7. NDYHMLTN
8. RTHRSKY
9. NDSH
10. SPRKNS
11. LNDVS
12. JMMYCRCKTT
13. RFSHND
14. JCKWHTHLL
15. JCKD
16. LXNDRRMSTRNG
17. JLNBRRTT
18. CRLNHRN
19. NLFLDNG
20. MDDJLL

 

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Who Am I? – 4

Who Am I? – 4

From a range of clues can you guess the name of the person/celebrity?

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If you want to use this in your Pub Quiz the points reduce after each clue is asked e.g  If there are 9 clues, the person who answers after 1 clue gets 9 points. 2 clues and they receive 8 points etc. Enjoy.

 

 

  • I am a real person, born today in Newark, Jersey, from an Italian family.
  • From a very early age, I had an interest in films and music, a regular on a talent show at the age of ten, I had my first film role in 1965 – the film called “The Death Collector” was a flop.
  • I didn’t appear in another film until 1980, co-starring against Robert De Niro.
  • The film was directed by Martin Scorsese and was called “Raging Bull”, I received an Oscar Nomination for my role
  • I had two major co-starring roles in 1990 – in the films “Goodfellas” and “Home Alone”, again receiving a Supporting Actor Oscar Nomination for “Goodfellas”
  • I have played a character in a number of sequels, namely the “Home Alone” films and Lethal Weapon films
  • I am well known for my role as Leo Getz, a likeable villain, turned police-informer, in the Lethal Weapon films

 

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Joe Pesci

 

Who Am I? – 3

Who Am I? – 3

From a range of clues can you guess the name of the person/celebrity?

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If you want to use this in your Pub Quiz the points reduce after each clue is asked e.g  If there are 9 clues, the person who answers after 1 clue gets 9 points. 2 clues and they receive 8 points etc. Enjoy.

 

 

• Born in Butte, Montana in 1938
• His surname is of German origin; his great-great-grandparents on his father’s side emigrated to the United States from Germany
• He ended high school after his (second) year and got a job in the copper mines as a diamond drill operator
•  He was then promoted to surface duty where he drove a large earth mover
• He was fired when he drove it into Butte’s main power line. The incident left the city without electricity for several hours.
• 1950s,he joined the United States Army. His athletic ability allowed him to join the track team where he was a pole vaulter.
• Shortly after getting married, he started the Butte Bombers, a semi-pro hockey team.
• To help promote his team and earn some money, he convinced the 1960 Olympic Czechoslovakian hockey team to play the Butte Bombers in a warm-up game to the Olympics. They later found the box office money to pay the team was missing
• He needed to come up with a new way to support his family financially. Using the hunting and fishing skills his grandfather had taught him, He started the Sur-Kill Guide Service. He guaranteed that if a hunter employed his service and paid his fee, they would get the big game animal they wanted or he would refund their money. Business was very good until game wardens realized that he was taking his clients into Yellowstone National Park to find prey.
• Without work, he began to find himself in more and more trouble
•  After a police chase in which he crashed he was taken to jail on a charge of reckless driving
• Always looking for new thrills and challenges, he participated in local professional rodeos and ski jumping events
• He joined the motocross circuit and had moderate success, but he still couldn’t make enough money to support his family. During 1962,he  broke his collarbone and shoulder in a motocross accident. The doctors said he couldn’t race for at least six months
• For 35 years, he  held the record for successfully jumping the most stacked cars on a Harley-Davidson

 

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Evil Knievel

Who Am I? – 2

Who Am I? – 2

From a range of clues can you guess the name of the person/celebrity?

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If you want to use this in your Pub Quiz the points reduce after each clue is asked e.g  If there are 9 clues, the person who answers after 1 clue gets 9 points. 2 clues and they receive 8 points etc. Enjoy.

 

 

• He was born in Lambeth, London, England, and brought up in Elstree, Hertfordshire.
• His mother, Julie Brett, is a former ballet dancer and socialite
• His paternal grandmother had immigrated from Poland)
• He attended Dover College as did his brother, but left after taking GCE O levels. He passed in English Language and Literature
• He then attended Windsor Technical College where he gained another GCE in Sociology
• At the age of 17, he dated model Paula Hamilton
• He took a few menial jobs—including, , working as a runner on Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining-but did not get along well with colleagues and bosses
• His father, managed to get him a job in the mail room. EMI Music Publishing
• Published his autobiography titled I Don’t Mean to be Rude, but…. In it, he told the whole story of his childhood, his years working in music

 

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Simon Cowell

Who Am I? – 1

Who Am I? – 1

From a range of clues can you guess the name of the person/celebrity?

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If you want to use this in your Pub Quiz the points reduce after each clue is asked e.g  If there are 9 clues, the person who answers after 1 clue gets 9 points. 2 clues and they receive 8 points etc. Enjoy.

 

He was born to farming parents Susie Mae and Albert Hal in Myra, West Virginia, and graduated from high school in Hamlin, West Virginia.
• He had two brothers, Roy and Hal, Jr., and two sisters, Doris Ann (killed by Roy with a shotgun while still an infant
•  His first experience with the military was as a teen at the Citizens Military Training Camp at Fort Benjamin
•  1945, he married Glennis Dickhouse, and the couple had four children
• The name is an Anglicized form of the German name for: “hunter and so is common among immigrants of that community.
• He is the uncle of former well known baseball catcher
• He enlisted as a private in the U.S. Army Air Forces (USAAF) on September 12, 1941, and became an aircraft mechanic at George Air Force Base, Victorville, California.
• At enlistment, he was not eligible for flight training because of his age and educational background,
• But he gained  entry into the air force  into World War II less than two months later,
• Blessed with unusually sharp vision which once enabled him to shoot a deer at 600 yards he displayed natural talent as a pilot and was accepted for flight training.
• He initially trained as a fighter pilot,  (earning a seven-day grounding order for pruning a tree belonging to a local farmer during a training flight),
• He went overseas with the group on November 23, 1943.
• Stationed in the United Kingdom he flew P-51 Mustangs in combat
•  He demonstrated outstanding flying skills and combat leadership. On October 1944, he became the first pilot to make “ace in a day,” shooting down five enemy aircraft in a single mission
• He remained in the Air Force after the war, becoming a test pilot at Edwards Air Force Base
• He broke 3 ribs and then went on to break something else that remained top secret at the time.

 

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Chuck Yeager

Super Photo Quiz – Anyone can enter (Just for fun)

Where are these exotic looking places? Here’s a clue: The answer to MY questions is no every time! So where are they?

Use the ‘Contact Form’ below and send me your answers. (Just for fun – Please take part.)

I’ll let the quiz run awhile and let you know the answers later. I will publish a list of first names and your location along with your score.

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1. Is this The Maldives?

 

 

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2. Mont Blanc?

 

 

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3. Italy?

 
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4. Ancient Greece?

 

 

 

 

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5. Normandy?

 

 

 

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6. Cyprus?

 

 

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7. Polynesia?

 

 

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8. South of France?

 

 

 

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9. Portugal?

 

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10. New Zealand?

 
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11. India?

 

 

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12. Skyrim?

 

 

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Weekly Quiz 6

Bruiser Bill3Hi, Bill Turnbull here. Here’s week 6 of the ‘Weekly Quiz’. Every week we will have a brand new 10 question quiz that won’t be published anywhere else on the Internet. So if you want to get hold of these weekly quizzes easily, just save this site to your favourites. Enjoy.

 

 

 

Weekly Quiz 6 – MISNOMERS

1.    What colour is a female purple finch

2.    In which country did the Panama hat originate

3.    How many people were in the band The Thompson Twins

4.    How long is Seven Mile beach on Grand Cayman

5.    What type of fruit is a Blenheim orange

6.    What creatures are the Canary Islands named after

7.    What is the lead in a lead pencil made from

8.    In what month is the Munich Oktoberfest beer festival held

9.    What is the meat in Alsatian soup

10.In which county is Leeds Castle

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Kings Arms Quiz 2

Kings Arms Quiz 2

Write down your answers then scroll to the bottom for the answers. Enjoy.

Round 1 Picture Round – Guess the object!

Guess the object

Round 2 – Music Round – Press play and pause until you have guessed the title of the clips (10 clips)

Round 3 – General Knowledge

1. What Is The Italian Word For Pie?
2. Fort Knox Lies In Which American State?
3. What Word Comes From The Swahili Language Meaning (Journey)?
4. What Is The Name Of A Major Port And State Capital Of Queensland On The East Coast Of Australia?
5. A Double-Tailed Mermaid As The Main Feature Of Who’s Logo?
6. What Does Ftp Stand For In The World Of Computing?
7. Other Than Aintree Where Has The Grand National Been Held?
8. What Connects The Words ‘Bolivia, Canada, Dismay, Concertina?
9. ‘Fear Can Hold You Prisoner. Hope Can Set You Free’ – Name the 1994 film.
10. Who Wrote The Poem ‘The Owl And The Pussycat’?
11. What Is The Only Letter That Doesn’t Appear In The Periodic Table?
12. According To Shakespeare, Whose Horse Was Called White Surrey?
13.  Which Famous Scientist Was Born In Lincolnshire?
14.  Who Was Assassinated By Nathuram Godse In 1948?
15. Who Has Written A Series Of Letters Entitled `Dear Fatty` In The Form Of An Autobiography?
16. Which Film Had The Working Title Of Eggs, Beans And Chippendales?
17. Which Category Of Sports Men Or Women Have Been Voted BBC Sports Personality Of The Year The Most Times?
18.  Who Succeeded David Steel As Leader Of The Liberal Democrats?
19. True Or False Morecambe & Wise Appeared In The Last Episode Of The Sweeny?
20. “Bursting Presence” Is An Anagram Of Which Famous performer?

Tie Break

In Feet How Long Was The Titanic

 

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Picture Round:

1. Gear Stick Rubber Bit
2. Paint Brush
3. Mouse Ball
4. A Rose
5. Plastic Forks
6. Tire Tread
7. Pig Snout
8. Garden Hose
9. Microphone
10. Lego
11. A Ladder
12. A Toaster
13. Wooden Stool
14. Typewriter Keys
15. Picture Frame Back

Music Round

1. Ike & Tina Turner – Proud Mary
2. Commodores – Easy
3. John Lennon – Mind Games
4. Mc Hammer – U Cant Touch This
5. Chicory Tip – Son Of A Father ( Extra Point) What Was This The First To Use Synthesiser
6. Gabriel – Dreams
7. Lighthouse Family – Lifted
8. Beatles – Day In A Life
9. Natalie Imbrulia – Torn
10. Zoe – Sunshine On A Rainy Day

Round 3 – General Knowledge

1. Pizza
2. Kentucky
3. Safari
4. Brisbane
5. Starbucks
6. File Transfer Protocol
7. Gatwick
8. All Contain Girls Names (Olivia, Ada, May, Tina
9. Shawshank Redemption
10. Edward Lear
11. J
12. Richard III
13.  Isaac Newton
14.  Mahatma Ghandi
15. Dawn French
16. The Full Monty
17. Athletes
18.  Paddy Ashdown
19. True
20. Bruce Springsteen

Tie Break
In Feet How Long Was The Titanic
882.5 feet

 

 

 

Weekly Quiz 5

Bobandchild

Bob here with our weekly quiz. Here’s something a bit different. I hope you like it.

WIPEOUT

Here are ten questions, you will receive a point for each correct answer.

If you answer any question incorrectly you will be wiped out and receive ZERO POINTS.

So if you are not sure of the answer leave it blank and you will score on the questions you have correctly answered

Complete the quiz then go Here for the answers. Enjoy.

Q1 What is the busiest single-runway airport in the world?
Q2 Name either of Barack Obama’s daughters.
Q3 Gimpo International Airport is situated in which Asian Capital City?
Q4 E Numbers 140-149 are what colour?
Q5 In which Country was David Cameron born?
Q6 Who was Europe’s Captain at the 2014 Ryder Cup?
Q7 Which very popular series of books was written by Stephanie Meyer >
Q8 What is the capital of India?
Q9 Which of the following musical notes does not exist? B sharp, C sharp or D sharp?
Q10 When Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt were the last people to walk on the moon, what number was their Apollo mission? 17