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Which country's air force was called the Luftwaffe during World
Germany - The Luftwaffe was disbanded shortly after the war.
Which of these horse breeds is considered a heavy horse?
Clydesdale - A heavy horse is defined as a draft or work horse.
Which broadcaster said the famous words, "Down Goes Frasier!
Down Goes Frasier! Down Goes Frasier!"?
a. Howard Cosell
b. Dick Irvine
c. Jimmy Cannon
d. Dick young
Howard Cosell - Howard announced numerous Muhammad Ali fights.
"I Kid You Not" is the title of whose autobiography?
a. Bob Hope
b. Jack Paar
c. Tim Allen
d. Steve Martin
Jack Paar - Jack Paar is best known for hosting 'The Tonight Show'.
What is the capital of Falkland Islands?
d. Port Stanley
Port Stanley - Port Stanley is also the largest city on the Falkland Islands.
In the 1961 Disney version of the "Parent Trap", who plays the
a. Jennifer Love Hewitt
b. Lindsey Lohan
c. Hayley Mills
d. Annette Funicello
Hayley Mills - This movie also stars Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson.
In which novel would you find the character Captain John
a. Catch 22
b. War and Peace
c. The Red Badge of Courage
d. Moby Dick
Catch 22 - Catch 22 was written by Joseph Heller.
Where would you find Mt. Tempest?
b. The Rockies
d. The Himalayas
Australia - This Mountain is actually a sand dune located on Moreton Island.
What is Rudolf Wanderone famous for?
a. Piano player
d. Playing pool
Playing pool - Rudolf is better known as Minnesota Fats.
Who eventually replaced bandleader Skitch Henderson on the
tonight show in 1966?
a. Doc Severinsen
b. Les Elgart
c. Tommy Dorsey
d. Paul Schafer
Doc Severinsen - Doc plays the trumpet.
In 1968, which country invaded Czechoslovakia?
Russia - This invasion included the Soviet Union and its allies.
"Anticipations of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific
Progress Upon Human Life and Thought" was written by which famous author?
a. Herman Melville
b. H. G. Wells
c. Alexander Dumas
d. Joseph Heller
H. G. Wells - Released in 1901.
Which of these words is not a part of the Olympic motto?
Smarter - Proposed by Pierre de Coubertin in 1894, the complete motto is ' Faster, Higher, Stronger'.
What competition has Bob Plager, John Jepson and Jerry Buma
a. The World Chess Championship
b. International Chilli Cook Off
c. The World Rock, Paper Scissors Tournament
d. The Davis Cup
International Chilli Cook Off - This International Chilli Cook Off started in 1967.
Which music icon recorded the songs Bad Girl, Vincent and Great
a. Don Mclean
b. Paul McCartney
c. Jim Croce
d. Elton John
Don Mclean - Don also gave the world American Pie.
Who stars as Seeley Booth in the hit TV series "Bones"?
a. David Duchovny
b. Chevy Chase
c. Tim Allen
d. David Boreanaz
David Boreanaz - David also played the role of Angel on Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
What was the name of the ship that was captained by Edward J.
c. Enola Gay
d. Blue Nose
Titanic - Edward died when the titanic sank.
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