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Quiz 31b - General Knowledge  Sent in by: Bill Turnbull:  (Highly Rated - Jim)

 

1. What does the man from Delmonte like to say? - Yes
2. What are the lines on a map which join places with the same temperature called? - Isotherms
3. How many buttons are there on Popeye's jacket? - Three
4. Who directed the film The Outlaw that starred Jane Russell? - Howard Hughes
5. In which BBC children's drama series did Ant and Dec first team up? - Byker Grove
6. Which comedian in 1984 asked 'Ullo John Got a New Motor'? - Alexie Sayle
7. Which vegetable is called rutabaga in the USA and neeps in Scotland? - Swede
8. In which board game can you castle? - Chess
9. What is the capital of New Zealand? - Wellington
10. Which Mel Brooks spoof film was set in the town of Rock Ridge? - Blazing Saddles
11. In which Bond film did 007 share a bed with Tiffany Case? - Diamonds are Forever
12. Which breed of dogs are named after a German tax collector? - Doberman
13. Who was the first player to score 1000, runs take 100 wickets and hold 100 catches in test cricket? - Gary Sobers
14. The Canterbury Carmobile was the largest of this form of transport ever made, what was it? - Sidecar (3 seater)
15. Name British TV's longest running comedy series? - The Last of the Summer Wine
16. What is the nickname of Hull City? - Tigers
17. Which musical instrument is associated with jazz musician Kid Ory? - Trombone
18. Which former English soccer international once won the top prize on Double Your Money on the radio? - Bobby Charlton
19. Which song was a hit for the Kinks in 1964 and The Stranglers in 1988? - All Day and All of The Night
20. The Confederation of Cinque Ports were five ports on the south coast, two more have been added can you name all seven. (Point for each)? - Hastings, Dover, New Romney, Hythe, Sandwich plus the two more added Winchelsea and Rye




 

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