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Quiz 122a - General Knowledge

1. For whom did King Edward VIII give up the throne to marry? - Wallace Simpson
2. Which famous baseball star married Marilyn Monroe in 1954? - Joe DiMaggio
3. Who played Robin Hood and Maid Marian in the 1976 film 'Robin and Marian'? (Point for each) - Sean Connery and Audrey Hepburn
4. In which country was the famous racehorse Nijinsky born? - Canada
5. To the nearest hour, how long is a day on the planet Uranus? - 11 hours
6. Name the four American states beginning with an 'A'? - Alabama; Alaska; Arizona and Arkansas
7. What is the name of the passage of water between North and South Island, New Zealand? - Cook Strait
8. How many US states begin with the word 'New' and for an extra point, name them? - 4. New Hampshire; New Jersey; New Mexico and New York.
9. Which US entertainer had a nickname derived from the words 'satchel mouth'? - Louis Armstrong (Satchmo)
10. In a Shakespeare play, who murders 'King Duncan'? - Macbeth
11. The singer 'Sting' featured on a track of which 1985 Dire Straits album? - Brothers in Arms
12. A 'plant' in snooker involves a minimum of how many balls? - Three
13. Who did Leon Brittan replace as Home Secretary, in 1983? - William Whitelaw
14. In the movie 'The Longest Day' who played the part of General Norman Cota? - Robert Mitchum
15. How many gold medals did Carl Lewis win during the 1984 Olympics? - Four - Lewis had achieved what he had set out to do. He had matched Jesse Owens' legendary feat of winning four gold medals at the 1936 Olympics.
16. What is the name of the professor in the board game Cluedo? - Professor Plum
17. What's another name for a bacon and egg tart? - Quiche Lorraine
18. In 'Dynasty', what was the name of the racehorse owned by Krystle? - Allegri
19. In golf, how many strokes are played on a par five hole to achieve an 'eagle'? - three
20. From which plant is linseed oil produced? - Flax

 

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