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MONTAGUE BAR DATE: Thursday May 16th 2013 Quiz Number: 21 ROUND ONE 1.

Excluding any bonus squares, in which board game is the word quiz worth 22 points.
SCRABBLE HAGGIS TRUE

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2. On Burns Night, what dish is traditionally brought into the banqueting hall to the accompaniment of bagpipes. 3. True or False: In May 2011 an Israeli couple named their daughter after the Facebook Like feature. 4. Which popular (and informative) Web site has a logo consisting of a globe made of jigsaw pieces, each decorated with a character from a different alphabet.
WIKIPEDIA

5. Which 1995 Disney film was given a special Academy Award for its pioneering use of computer animation.
TOY STORY

6. Completed in 1916, The Trans-Siberian Railway connects Moscow and which other city.
VLADIVOSTOK

7. The deepest-sounding bell in the UK is found in the clock tower of Nottinghams Council House. After which of Robin
Hoods Merry Men was it appropriately named.
LITTLE JOHN ANNE FRANK BLUE PETER

8. Whose diary was originally published in Dutch in 1947 as Het Achterhuis. 9. Its title music being called Barnacle Bill, what is the longest running childrens television show in the world. 10. Which famous night club on Liverpools Matthew Street opened on Wednesday January 16 th 1957.
THE CAVERN CLUB

11. What nickname did Earvin Johnson receive in his hometown of Lansing in Michigan, after a local sportswriter saw him
dominate a high school basketball game.
MAGIC MOBY-DICK

12. In which 1851 novel is Ishmael the Pequods only survivor. 13. In December 2007, there was a public outcry when Radio One silenced the words faggot and slut from which seasonal
favourite.
A LITRE FAIRYTALE OF NEW YORK

14. Which unit is defined as the volume occupied by 1kg of pure water at 4 degrees Celsius and at standard pressure. 15. 6 Points: European Monarchies: Apart from the UK which six other European countries have a king or queen.
SPAIN Juan Carlos Gustaf NETHERLANDS Willem-Alexander BELGIUM Albert II DENMARK Margrethe II NORWAY Harold V

SWEDEN Carl XVI

THE LION THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE

ROUND TWO 1. The first line of which book is Once there were four children whose names were Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy.

2. In which board game do contestants have to draw a recognisable picture of a named object against the clock, so it can be
recognised by their team-mates.
PICTIONARY GAS MASKS FEBRUARY

3. Paper tissues were widely used during WW1 as filters in what items. 4. What month of the year was once known colloquially as Fill-dyke. 5. What was secretary Margaret Herrick seeing for the first time, when she is alleged to have claimed that it looked just like
her uncle.
AN OSCAR STATUETTE

6. Which spin-off from The Muppet Show was set in a lighthouse.


FRAGGLE ROCK

7. Which Scotsman died in 1329 of an unclean ailment, which many historians have taken to mean leprosy.
ROBERT THE BRUCE SCHNAPPS 9-9

8. The name of which strong alcoholic beverage is derived from a Low German noun that means swallow. 9. In rugby union what is the highest match score (both teams) in which a try cannot possibly have been scored. 10. In 2008 which celebrity signed a deal with Derby House to launch her equestrian range named KP Equestrian.
KATIE PRICE - Jordan

11. Number one was based on gin, two on whisky, three on brandy, four on rum, five on rye-whiskey and six on vodka.
Which brand name drink.
PIMMS - Cups

12. The title of which 1967 single by Cat Stevens was partly inspired by the name of the tailor who made his stage suits.
MATTHEW AND SON It reached number 2 in the chart

13. Which items can only be obtained from the cities London, Belfast, Glasgow, Durham, Newport, Peterborough and
Liverpool.
UK PASSPORTS

14. HOMES is a mnemonic for remembering which geographical features.


THE GREAT LAKES IN NORTH AMERICA Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, Superior

15. 6 Points: British Best Actor Oscar Winners: Name any six of the seven British actors who have won the Oscar
for Best Actor since 1960.
DANIEL DAY-LEWIS (Lincoln , There Will Be Blood, (Lincoln, Blood, My Left Foot) Foot) Lambs) Lambs) JEREMY IRONS (Reversal ) (Reversal Of Fortune) Fortune) BEN KINGSLEY (Gandhi (Gandhi) COLIN FIRTH (The (The Kings Speech) Speech) ANTHONY HOPKINS (The (The Silence Of The REX HARRISON (My (My Fair Lady) Lady)

PAUL SCOFIELD (A (A Man For All Seasons) Seasons)

MONTAGUE BAR DATE: Thursday May 16th 2013 Quiz Number: 21 ROUND THREE

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1. The first British donor cards for organs, distributed in 1972, only related to the donation of which organ(s).
KIDNEYS

2. What name is given to the art form which involves painting inanimate objects.
STILL LIFE

3. The Peppermint Lounge in New York City is known as the birthplace of which dance craze of the 1960s.
THE TWIST

4. What is the name of the malodorous liquid sprayed by skunks when they are in danger .
MUSK

5. Which 1940 Disney movie consists of eight animated segments set to pieces of classical music conducted by Leopold Stokowski, seven of which are performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra.
FANTASIA

6. What was created (formulated) by Alfred Bird in 1837 because his wife was allergic to eggs.
BIRDS INSTANT CUSTARD

7. Because of their distinctive U shape, by what name are the Canadian falls which form a major part of Niagara Falls also known.
HORSESHOE FALLS

8. How many flat sides are there on a standard British pencil.


SIX

9. A semi-naked picture of which animated television character graced the November 2009 cover of Playboy magazine.
MARGE SIMPSON

10. What famous German landmark appears on the reverse of the German 10, 20 and 50 cent Euro coins.
BRANDENBURG GATE

11. If an Anglophone speaks English what language does a Lusophone speak.


PORTUGUESE

12. The Neapolitan song O Sole Mio provided the melody for which 1960 Elvis Presley number one hit single.
ITS NOW OR NEVER

13. Besides London what is the only other British city with an Orbital motorway.
MANCHESTER

14. In a British pack of playing cards it is called the Jack, and represented by the letter J. Which letter is used for the equivalent card in a French pack of cards.
V For valet

15. 6 Points: Ladies Grand Slam Tennis: Since 1970, which six female tennis players with a first name beginning with the letter M have won at least one Grand Slam title.
MARTINA NAVRATILOVA (18) 16 prior to 1970) MARTINA HINGIS (5) MONICAL SELES (9) MARIA SHARAPOVA (4) MARY PIERCE (2)

MARGARET COURT (8 +

ROUND FOUR

Answers
Shuttlecock Playing Card (Queen of Spades)

Close-Ups

Ballpoint Pen

Grenade

Acorn

Jack Higgins The Eagle Has Landed

Authors & Novels

John Grisham The Pelican Brief Ken Kesey One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest Harper Lee To Kill A Mockingbird Dashiell Hammett The Maltese Falcon South Africa Saudi Arabia

Spain

Sweden

S Countries
Switzerland Suriname

South Korea

Syria

Senegal

San Marino

Braveheart

Million Dollar Baby

Oscar Winning Films


Midnight Cowboy

The Hurt Locker

The Last Emperor

MONTAGUE BAR Number: 21

DATE: Thursday 16 2013

New Quiz

ROUND FIVE
1. I Got You Babe SONNY & CHER (1965)* 2. I Know Him So Well ELAINE PAIGE & BARBARA
DICKSON (1985)*

11. Save Your Love RENEE & RENATO (1982)* 12. Bridge Over Troubled Water SIMON & GARFUNKEL
(1970)*

3. Dont Go Breaking My Heart ELTON JOHN & KIKI DEE


(1976)*

13. Beauty And The Beast CELINE DION & PEABO


BRYSON (1992)

4. What A Wonderful World EVA CASSIDY & KATIE MELUA


(2007)*

14. Welcome Home PETERS & LEE (1973)* 15. Kids ROBBIE WILLIAMS & KYLIE MINOGUE (2000) 16. Up Town Top Ranking ALTHEA & DONNA (1978)*

5. Barcelona FREDDY MERCURY & MOTSERRAT CABALLE


(1987 & 92)

6. Summer Nights
(1978)*

JOHN TRAVOLTA & OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN

7. Respectable MEL & KIM (1987)* 8. A Whole New World KATIE PRICE & PETER ANDRE
(2000)

17. Lets Get Ready To Rumble PJ & DUNCAN (1994) 18. Harlem Shuffle BOB & EARL (1969)

9. Would I Lie To You? CHARLES & EDDIE (1992)* 19. Yes McALMONT & BUTLER (1995) 10. Solid ASHFORD & SIMPSON (1985) 20. Let It Rain JON BON JOVI & PAVAROTTI (1998) All Top 10 Hits (apart from the final song) * = A number 1 hit (11)

ROUND SIX 1. Where are numbers 80, 92, 93 and 94 all named after planets and numbers 29, 32, 44, 84 and 95 all named after countries.
THE PERIODIC TABLE OF ELEMENTS Mercury, Uranium, Neptunium, Plutonium, Copper (Cyprus), Germanium, Ruthenium, Polonium and Americium

2. The Arkansas Toothpick is another name for which weapon, named after a US frontiersman.
BOWIE KNIFE Named after Colonel James Jim Bowie ROADS

3. In 1920, what in the UK were classified as either A or B. 4. Amelia Bacheler, who died in 2002 aged 94, holds the record for appearing in more films than any other individual, thanks to a brief performance she gave in the 1930s, for which she was paid $25. Where can we still see Amelia Bacheler today.
IN THE COLUMBIA PICTURES LOGO THE GHURKAS

5. Better to die than be a coward is the motto of which military regiment. 6. As well as being the titles of Rolling Stones albums, Let It Bleed, Black And Blue and Beggars Banquet are also the titles of books by which British crime writer.
IAIN RANKIN

7. A house at 1164 Morning Glory Circle was the main setting for which American television sitcom of the 60s and 70s, which spawned a sequel and a film of the 2000s.
BEWITCHED

8. Which large-scale work of art was begun in 1927 by Gutzon Borglum and completed by his son Lincoln in 1941.
MOUNT RUSHMORE NATIONAL MONUMENT

9. 2 Points: Football League Grounds: a) Which English league clubs home ground is furthest away from any other. b) The home ground of which current English Premier League club is furthest west.
a) CARLISLE UNITED ANTLER POINTS b) SWANSEA CITY-

10. If a Royal is twelve and an Imperial is fourteen, what are we talking about. 11. The nickname of the US General Joseph Stillwell was adopted by which 1970s British R&B band that launched the careers of singers Elkie Brooks and Robert Palmer.
VINEGAR JOE DENMARK

12. In 1917 the USA purchased what is now known as the American Virgin Islands from which European country. 13. The title of which James Bond movie is also a name traditionally given to a native of the English county of Wiltshire.
MOONRAKER

14. Which British author is credited with introducing cross-country skiing into Switzerland and, once took the wicket of W.G. Grace in a first-class cricket match.
SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE

15. 6 Points: London Museums: In a list of the top fifteen museums and art galleries in the UK that attract the most visitors annually, which six are museums in London (Not art galleries all feature the word museum).
1. BRITISH MUSEUM 4. NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM MUSEUM 15. IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM 5. SCIENCE MUSEUM 6. NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM 7. VICTORIA AND ALBERT

Tie-break: In which year was actor Anthony Hopkins born - 1937 In miles what is the length of the Trans Siberian Railway - 5,772 Jackpot Question: In the 2002 poll 100 Greatest Britons, in which position did David Attenborough come on the list 63 (Still not used)

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