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WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 20:00
A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
A warm welcome awaits at the Reject’s Bar.
Come and get settled with your favourite drink.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz   13-7-18

1)  Who had a 1961 number one with ‘Hit The Road Jack’?

2)  Geography, what is the highest mountain in Great Britain ?

3)  TV, which football team did Alf Garnett support in the TV show `Till Death Do Us Part`?

4)  Film, what was the name of Dorothy's dog in  the 1939 film ‘The Wizard of Oz’?

5)  Which Ukranian town suffered an infamous nuclear disaster in 1986?

6)  Food and drink, what kind of drink is Manzanilla?

7)  Science, a podiatrist works on which part of the human body?

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the compact SUV ‘Kuga’ model?

9)  Sport, what Premiership football club play their home matches at Goodison Park?

10)  History, the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II took place in June of which year?

11)  Which famous musical featured the song “You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two”?

12)  According to the proverb what is the mother of invention?

13)  Literature, Holden Caulfield, an icon for teenage angst and rebellion, is a fictional character in which American literary classic?

14)  After the number seven which is the next highest prime number?

15)  Film, in what 1994 film does Morgan Freeman play a prison inmate called Ellis ‘Red’ Redding?

16)  TV, which comedian plays the character of Alan Partridge?

17)  Who had a 1966 hit with 'Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)'?

18)  Science, how many planets are there in our solar system?

19)  Classical music, what was the aria from Puccini's opera "Turandot" that was used by the BBC as a 1990 World Cup Anthem?  

20)  History, how many wives did King Henry VIII divorce?

21)  Food and drink, from which animal does the meat Venison come?

22)  Geography, which European country has an area called Flanders?

23)  Literature, which TV chef wrote 'The River Cafe Cookbook'?  

24)  At which game has the actor Omar Sharif represented his country?

25)  ♪♫You say you will love me
            If I have to go
           You'll be thinking of me
          Somehow I will know
          Someday when I'm lonely
          Wishing you weren't so far away
          Then I will remember
          ……………………………..♪♫

From what Beatles song are those the opening lines?


BETTER KNOWN AS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  Born Arthur Jefferson in 1890, who was this comic and silent movie star better known as?

BQ2)  By what name is the comedian and actor Jim Moir better known?

BQ3)  How is singer Robert Zimmermann  better known?  

BQ4)  In the Wild West, who was William H Bonney better known as?

BQ5)  How was singer and TV presenter Priscilla White better known?

STINKER)  What was the first name of the German philosopher Nietzsche (1844 - 1900)?

TRICKY)  Cecil Day-Lewis and John Betjeman have both held which title?


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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 20:39
Evening, Ray Smile
1)
2)  snowdon
3)  
4)  Toto
5)  Chernobyl
6)  
7)  Foot
8 )  
9)  
10)  1953
11)  Oliver
12)  necessity
13)  
14)  11
15)  Shawshank redemption
16)  Steve coogan
17)  
18)  8
19)  nessen dorma  
20)  2
21)  Deer Very Happy
22)  Belgium
23)   
24)  Bridge
25)

BQ1)  laurel
BQ2)  Vic Reeves
BQ3)  
BQ4)  billy the kid
BQ5)  Cilla Black

TRICKY)  Poet laureate
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 20:44
@jo anne wrote:Evening, Ray Smile
1)
2)  snowdon
3)  
4)  Toto
5)  Chernobyl
6)  
7)  Foot
8 )  
9)  
10)  1953
11)  Oliver
12)  necessity
13)  
14)  11
15)  Shawshank redemption
16)  Steve coogan
17)  
18)  8
19)  nessen dorma  
20)  2
21)  Deer Very Happy
22)  Belgium
23)   
24)  Bridge
25)

BQ1)  laurel
BQ2)  Vic Reeves
BQ3)  
BQ4)  billy the kid
BQ5)  Cilla Black

TRICKY)  Poet laureate

Evening Jo Anne.

Thank you for joining in, it seems I've been deserted tonight!!!!!

A most excellent 20 correct, very welll done.

It seems I made a mess of my OP LOL Embarassed Laughing


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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 20:44
Hi RMJ! Lovely to have you back. Very Happy

1. Ray Charles
2. Ben Nevis
3. West Ham
4. Toto
5. Chernobyl
6. Sherry
7. Foot and lower extremities
8. Ford
9. Everton
10. 1953
11. Oliver
12. Necessity
13. Catcher In The Rye
14. 11??
15. The Shawshank Redemption
16. Steve Coogan
17. Nancy Sinatra
18. 8 was 9 but Pluto got the elbow. Laughing
19. Nessun Dorma (None Shall Sleep)
20. 2
21. Deer (You have left the answer on Laughing )
22. Belgium
23. No Idea! But Hugh Fearnly Whitting whotsit wrote River Cottage Cookbook
24. Chess
25. Things We Did Today

Bonus Questions.
1. Arthur Stanley Jefferson was Stan Laurel
2. Vic Reeves
3. Bob Dylan
4. Billy the Kid
5. Cilla Black (You've done it again. lol! )

Stinker:= Friedrich
Tricky:= Poet Laureate
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 20:51
@weatherwax wrote:Hi RMJ!  Lovely to have you back. Very Happy

1. Ray Charles
2. Ben Nevis
3. West Ham
4. Toto
5. Chernobyl
6. Sherry
7. Foot and lower extremities
8. Ford
9. Everton
10. 1953
11. Oliver
12. Necessity
13. Catcher In The Rye
14. 11??
15. The Shawshank Redemption
16. Steve Coogan
17. Nancy Sinatra
18. 8 was 9 but Pluto got the elbow.  Laughing
19. Nessun Dorma  (None Shall Sleep)
20. 2
21. Deer  (You have left the answer on Laughing )
22. Belgium
23. No Idea!  But Hugh Fearnly Whitting whotsit  wrote River Cottage Cookbook
24. Chess
25. Things We Did Today

Bonus Questions.
1. Arthur Stanley Jefferson was Stan Laurel
2. Vic Reeves
3. Bob Dylan
4. Billy the Kid
5. Cilla Black  (You've done it again. lol!  )

Stinker:=  Friedrich
Tricky:=  Poet Laureate

Evening WW.

Thank you, it's good to be back quizzing (even if I have made a mess of it!!!!!! LOL   Embarassed   Laughing

A most brilliant 30 correct, very well done.

Nancy Sinatra and Chess were wrong.


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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 20:55
Thank You, But I wonder what else I got wrong? There are a heck of a lot with that score. It must be the worst one I have ever had.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 21:01
@weatherwax wrote:Thank You, But I wonder what else I got wrong? There are a heck of a lot with that score. It must be the worst one I have ever had.

I made a mistake, you got 30 correct,

Nancy Sinatra and Chess were wrong.

Unusually you got the Sport and Cars correct, very well done.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 21:07
Thanks RMJ. We can put it all down to recovery from this......

I think people are missing because they hadn't realised you were back. I only came on late because I checked to see if you were back on line..... And you were.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 21:13
Yes, we're a bit thin on the ground tonight.

I did put a post up tp say sorry and to say the quiz was on.

Love the piccy, just about sums me up LOL Laughing

If there are no more 'takers' in a while, I'm going to call it a night.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 21:23
You will probably find that some of the latecomers, will realise you have put the quiz on.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 21:43
Just to say... For the brain exercise, was badly needed. Laughing Laughing
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 21:43
@weatherwax wrote:You will probably find that some of the latecomers, will realise you have put the quiz on.  

You're probably right, but I hope folk understand I can't be expected

to sit behind my laptop for 3 or 4 hours waiting for somebody to post.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 21:45
@weatherwax wrote:Just to say...   For the brain exercise, was badly needed.  Laughing Laughing

Youre very welcome WW

Brillant quizzing as ever from you
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 21:46
Everybody understands that, Very Happy They appreciate the quiz, it doesn't matter if you don't mark till later.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 21:50
@weatherwax wrote:Everybody understands that, Very Happy They appreciate the quiz, it doesn't matter if you don't mark till later.

Cheers WW.

I'm taking the poor response a little personally aren't I? Embarassed
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Fri Jul 13 2018, 21:52
I’m calling it a night.

Anybody who posts later will get marked tomorrow.

Well done to WW and Jo Anne

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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Sat Jul 14 2018, 00:29
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
A warm welcome awaits at the Reject’s Bar.
Come and get settled with your favourite drink.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz   13-7-18

1)  Who had a 1961 number one with ‘Hit The Road Jack’?

2)  Geography, what is the highest mountain in Great Britain ? Snowdonia?

3)  TV, which football team did Alf Garnett support in the TV show `Till Death Do Us Part`? West Ham

4)  Film, what was the name of Dorothy's dog in  the 1939 film ‘The Wizard of Oz’? Toto

5)  Which Ukranian town suffered an infamous nuclear disaster in 1986? Chernobyl

6)  Food and drink, what kind of drink is Manzanilla? Coffee?

7)  Science, a podiatrist works on which part of the human body? Feet

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the compact SUV ‘Kuga’ model? Ford?

9)  Sport, what Premiership football club play their home matches at Goodison Park? Everton

10)  History, the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II took place in June of which year? 1953?

11)  Which famous musical featured the song “You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two”? Oliver

12)  According to the proverb what is the mother of invention? Necessity

13)  Literature, Holden Caulfield, an icon for teenage angst and rebellion, is a fictional character in which American literary classic? Swallows and amazons?

14)  After the number seven which is the next highest prime number? 11

15)  Film, in what 1994 film does Morgan Freeman play a prison inmate called Ellis ‘Red’ Redding? Shawshank Redemption

16)  TV, which comedian plays the character of Alan Partridge? Steve Coogan

17)  Who had a 1966 hit with 'Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)'?

18)  Science, how many planets are there in our solar system? 8 planets. Pluto was downgraded.

19)  Classical music, what was the aria from Puccini's opera "Turandot" that was used by the BBC as a 1990 World Cup Anthem?  Nessun dorma

20)  History, how many wives did King Henry VIII divorce? 2?

21)  Food and drink, from which animal does the meat Venison come? Deer

22)  Geography, which European country has an area called Flanders? Belgium?

23)  Literature, which TV chef wrote 'The River Cafe Cookbook'? Hugh fernely whittingstall

24)  At which game has the actor Omar Sharif represented his country? Cricket?

25)  ♪♫You say you will love me
            If I have to go
           You'll be thinking of me
          Somehow I will know
          Someday when I'm lonely
          Wishing you weren't so far away
          Then I will remember
          ……………………………..♪♫

From what Beatles song are those the opening lines? We can work it out?


BETTER KNOWN AS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  Born Arthur Jefferson in 1890, who was this comic and silent movie star better known as? Charlie Chaplin

BQ2)  By what name is the comedian and actor Jim Moir better known? Vic Reeves

BQ3)  How is singer Robert Zimmermann  better known?  Bob Dylan?

BQ4)  In the Wild West, who was William H Bonney better known as? Billy The Kid

BQ5)  How was singer and TV presenter Priscilla White better known? Cilla Black

STINKER)  What was the first name of the German philosopher Nietzsche (1844 - 1900)?

TRICKY)  Cecil Day-Lewis and John Betjeman have both held which title? Poet Laureate?

Some tricky ones. Sorry were late to the party. We’ve been out watching The Killers at the notlobs stadium.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Sat Jul 14 2018, 06:35
2. Ben Nevis
3. West Ham
4. Toto
5. Chinobol
7. Feet
9. Everton
10. 1053
11. Oliver Twist
14. Eleven
18. Seven
20. Two
21. Deer
22. Holland
23. Hugh Fearnley Whitingstall
24. Chess

BBq 2. Vic Reeves
4. Billy the Kid
5. Cilla Black

Tricky Poet Laureate
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Sat Jul 14 2018, 09:51
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
A warm welcome awaits at the Reject’s Bar.
Come and get settled with your favourite drink.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz   13-7-18

1)  Who had a 1961 number one with ‘Hit The Road Jack’?  RAY CHARLES

2)  Geography, what is the highest mountain in Great Britain ?  BEN NEVIS

3)  TV, which football team did Alf Garnett support in the TV show `Till Death Do Us Part`?  WEST 'AM UNITED

4)  Film, what was the name of Dorothy's dog in  the 1939 film ‘The Wizard of Oz’?  TOTO

5)  Which Ukranian town suffered an infamous nuclear disaster in 1986?  CHERNOBYL

6)  Food and drink, what kind of drink is Manzanilla? COCKTAIL

7)  Science, a podiatrist works on which part of the human body? FEET

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the compact SUV ‘Kuga’ model?  SKODA

9)  Sport, what Premiership football club play their home matches at Goodison Park?  EVERTON

10)  History, the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II took place in June of which year?  1953

11)  Which famous musical featured the song “You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two”?  OLIVER

12)  According to the proverb what is the mother of invention?  NECESSITY

13)  Literature, Holden Caulfield, an icon for teenage angst and rebellion, is a fictional character in which American literary classic?

14)  After the number seven which is the next highest prime number?  11

15)  Film, in what 1994 film does Morgan Freeman play a prison inmate called Ellis ‘Red’ Redding? THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION

16)  TV, which comedian plays the character of Alan Partridge?  STEVE COOGAN

17)  Who had a 1966 hit with 'Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)'? CHER

18)  Science, how many planets are there in our solar system?  8 AND PLUTO

19)  Classical music, what was the aria from Puccini's opera "Turandot" that was used by the BBC as a 1990 World Cup Anthem?  

20)  History, how many wives did King Henry VIII divorce?  THREE


21)  Food and drink, from which animal does the meat Venison come?  DEER

22)  Geography, which European country has an area called Flanders? NETHERLANDS

23)  Literature, which TV chef wrote 'The River Cafe Cookbook'?  

24)  At which game has the actor Omar Sharif represented his country?
CARDS.  BRIDGE
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25)  ♪♫You say you will love me
            If I have to go
           You'll be thinking of me
          Somehow I will know
          Someday when I'm lonely
          Wishing you weren't so far away
          Then I will remember
          ……………………………..♪♫THINGS WE SAID TODAY. BEATLES

From what Beatles song are those the opening lines?


BETTER KNOWN AS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  Born Arthur Jefferson in 1890, who was this comic and silent movie star better known as? STAN LAUREL

BQ2)  By what name is the comedian and actor Jim Moir better known? VIC REEVES

BQ3)  How is singer Robert Zimmermann  better known?  BOB DYLAN

BQ4)  In the Wild West, who was William H Bonney better known as? BILLY THE KID

BQ5)  How was singer and TV presenter Priscilla White better known? VILLA BLACK

STINKER)  What was the first name of the German philosopher Nietzsche (1844 - 1900)?

TRICKY)  Cecil Day-Lewis and John Betjeman have both held which title?
POET LAUREATE


MORNING RAY GREETINGS FROM SUNNY BLACKPOOL
THANKS FOR'T QUIZ AND HOLDING IT OVER
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Sat Jul 14 2018, 10:36
1. Damn!


2. Ben Nevis


3. West Ham Utd.


4. Toto


5. Chernobyl


6. Whisky


7. Feet


8. Ford


9. Everton


10. 1952


11. Oliver


12. Necessity


13. ?


14. ?


15. Shawshank Redemption?


16. Steve Coogan


17. Cher


18. 8 or 9 if you include Pluto


19. Nessum Dorma


20. 3 ?


21. Deer


22. Belgium


23. ?


24. Backgammon


25. ?


BQ1. Charlie Chaplin?


BQ2. Jim Carrey?


BQ3. Bob Dylan


BQ4. Billy the kid


BQ5. Cilla Black


STINKER: ?


TRICKY: Poet Laureate
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Sat Jul 14 2018, 12:12
@Lima Lima wrote:
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
A warm welcome awaits at the Reject’s Bar.
Come and get settled with your favourite drink.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz   13-7-18

1)  Who had a 1961 number one with ‘Hit The Road Jack’?

2)  Geography, what is the highest mountain in Great Britain ? Snowdonia?

3)  TV, which football team did Alf Garnett support in the TV show `Till Death Do Us Part`? West Ham

4)  Film, what was the name of Dorothy's dog in  the 1939 film ‘The Wizard of Oz’? Toto

5)  Which Ukranian town suffered an infamous nuclear disaster in 1986? Chernobyl

6)  Food and drink, what kind of drink is Manzanilla? Coffee?

7)  Science, a podiatrist works on which part of the human body? Feet

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the compact SUV ‘Kuga’ model? Ford?

9)  Sport, what Premiership football club play their home matches at Goodison Park? Everton

10)  History, the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II took place in June of which year? 1953?

11)  Which famous musical featured the song “You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two”? Oliver

12)  According to the proverb what is the mother of invention? Necessity

13)  Literature, Holden Caulfield, an icon for teenage angst and rebellion, is a fictional character in which American literary classic? Swallows and amazons?

14)  After the number seven which is the next highest prime number? 11

15)  Film, in what 1994 film does Morgan Freeman play a prison inmate called Ellis ‘Red’ Redding? Shawshank Redemption

16)  TV, which comedian plays the character of Alan Partridge? Steve Coogan:Tick:

17)  Who had a 1966 hit with 'Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)'?

18)  Science, how many planets are there in our solar system? 8 planets. Pluto was downgraded.

19)  Classical music, what was the aria from Puccini's opera "Turandot" that was used by the BBC as a 1990 World Cup Anthem?  Nessun dorma

20)  History, how many wives did King Henry VIII divorce? 2?

21)  Food and drink, from which animal does the meat Venison come? Deer

22)  Geography, which European country has an area called Flanders? Belgium?

23)  Literature, which TV chef wrote 'The River Cafe Cookbook'? Hugh fernely whittingstall

24)  At which game has the actor Omar Sharif represented his country? Cricket?

25)  ♪♫You say you will love me
            If I have to go
           You'll be thinking of me
          Somehow I will know
          Someday when I'm lonely
          Wishing you weren't so far away
          Then I will remember
          ……………………………..♪♫

From what Beatles song are those the opening lines? We can work it out?


BETTER KNOWN AS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  Born Arthur Jefferson in 1890, who was this comic and silent movie star better known as? Charlie Chaplin

BQ2)  By what name is the comedian and actor Jim Moir better known? Vic Reeves

BQ3)  How is singer Robert Zimmermann  better known?  Bob Dylan?

BQ4)  In the Wild West, who was William H Bonney better known as? Billy The Kid

BQ5)  How was singer and TV presenter Priscilla White better known? Cilla Black

STINKER)  What was the first name of the German philosopher Nietzsche (1844 - 1900)?

TRICKY)  Cecil Day-Lewis and John Betjeman have both held which title? Poet Laureate?

Some tricky ones. Sorry were late to the party. We’ve been out watching The Killers at the notlobs stadium.


Excellent quizzing LL

I think all of your answers with a question mark after were correct.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Sat Jul 14 2018, 12:15
@marieM wrote:2. Ben Nevis
3. West Ham
4. Toto
5. Chinobol
7. Feet
9. Everton
10. 1953
11. Oliver Twist
14. Eleven
18. Seven
20. Two
21. Deer
22. Holland
23. Hugh Fearnley Whitingstall
24. Chess

BBq 2. Vic Reeves
       4. Billy the Kid
       5. Cilla Black

Tricky  Poet Laureate

Morning Marie.

Really excellent quizzing, well done.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Sat Jul 14 2018, 12:20
@Hieronymous wrote:[color=#006600]1. Damn!


2. Ben Nevis


3. West Ham Utd.


4. Toto


5. Chernobyl


6. Whisky


7. Feet


8. Ford


9. Everton


10. 1952


11. Oliver


12. Necessity


13. ?


14. ?


15. Shawshank Redemption?


16. Steve Coogan


17. Cher


18. 8 or 9 if you include Pluto Eight it is.


19. Nessum Dorma


20. 3 ?


21. Deer


22. Belgium


23. ?


24. Backgammon


25. ?


BQ1. Charlie Chaplin?


BQ2. Jim Carrey?


BQ3. Bob Dylan


BQ4. Billy the kid


BQ5. Cilla Black


STINKER: ?


TRICKY: Poet Laureate /color]

A really first rate bit of quizzing mon ami.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Sat Jul 14 2018, 12:24
@Gassey wrote:
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
A warm welcome awaits at the Reject’s Bar.
Come and get settled with your favourite drink.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz   13-7-18

1)  Who had a 1961 number one with ‘Hit The Road Jack’?  RAY CHARLES

2)  Geography, what is the highest mountain in Great Britain ?  BEN NEVIS

3)  TV, which football team did Alf Garnett support in the TV show `Till Death Do Us Part`?  WEST 'AM UNITED

4)  Film, what was the name of Dorothy's dog in  the 1939 film ‘The Wizard of Oz’?  TOTO

5)  Which Ukranian town suffered an infamous nuclear disaster in 1986?  CHERNOBYL

6)  Food and drink, what kind of drink is Manzanilla? COCKTAIL

7)  Science, a podiatrist works on which part of the human body? FEET

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the compact SUV ‘Kuga’ model?  SKODA

9)  Sport, what Premiership football club play their home matches at Goodison Park?  EVERTON

10)  History, the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II took place in June of which year?  1953

11)  Which famous musical featured the song “You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two”?  OLIVER

12)  According to the proverb what is the mother of invention?  NECESSITY

13)  Literature, Holden Caulfield, an icon for teenage angst and rebellion, is a fictional character in which American literary classic?

14)  After the number seven which is the next highest prime number?  11

15)  Film, in what 1994 film does Morgan Freeman play a prison inmate called Ellis ‘Red’ Redding? THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION

16)  TV, which comedian plays the character of Alan Partridge?  STEVE COOGAN

17)  Who had a 1966 hit with 'Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)'? CHER

18)  Science, how many planets are there in our solar system?  8 AND PLUTO

19)  Classical music, what was the aria from Puccini's opera "Turandot" that was used by the BBC as a 1990 World Cup Anthem?  

20)  History, how many wives did King Henry VIII divorce?  THREE


21)  Food and drink, from which animal does the meat Venison come?  DEER

22)  Geography, which European country has an area called Flanders? NETHERLANDS

23)  Literature, which TV chef wrote 'The River Cafe Cookbook'?  

24)  At which game has the actor Omar Sharif represented his country?
CARDS.  BRIDGE  
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25)  ♪♫You say you will love me
            If I have to go
           You'll be thinking of me
          Somehow I will know
          Someday when I'm lonely
          Wishing you weren't so far away
          Then I will remember
          ……………………………..♪♫THINGS WE SAID TODAY. BEATLES

From what Beatles song are those the opening lines?


BETTER KNOWN AS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  Born Arthur Jefferson in 1890, who was this comic and silent movie star better known as?   STAN LAUREL

BQ2)  By what name is the comedian and actor Jim Moir better known?  VIC REEVES

BQ3)  How is singer Robert Zimmermann  better known?  BOB DYLAN

BQ4)  In the Wild West, who was William H Bonney better known as?   BILLY THE KID

BQ5)  How was singer and TV presenter Priscilla White better known?  VILLA BLACK   or even CILLA

STINKER)  What was the first name of the German philosopher Nietzsche (1844 - 1900)?

TRICKY)  Cecil Day-Lewis and John Betjeman have both held which title?
 POET LAUREATE  


MORNING RAY GREETINGS FROM SUNNY BLACKPOOL
THANKS FOR'T QUIZ AND HOLDING IT OVER

Morning Gassey.

A brilliant bit of quizzing, well done.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 13-7-18

on Sat Jul 14 2018, 15:47
Thanks, Ray Smile
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