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WR Friday Night Pub Quiz Answers 21-9-18

1) Who had a 1965 hit with ‘We Gotta Get out of This Place’?


2) Geography, which inlet of the Irish Sea separates Cumbria from Dumfries & Galloway?


3) TV, what is/was the name of Roy Cropper's cafe in Coronation Street?


4) Film, Robert Stroud, an American sentenced to life in prison and portrayed by Burt Lancaster in a 1962 film, was given which nickname?


5) What does a cooper make?


6) Food and drink, what is the main vegetable used to make Borsch?


7) Science, what Imperial unit of weight is equivalent to 6.35Kg ?


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


9) Sport, Chukkas are the playing periods in which sport?


10) History, in which year did the Great Fire of London occur?


11) From which 1949 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ come?


12) Which motorway circles London ?


13) Literature, what was the first name of Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple?


14) ‘Anzac’ troops come from which two countries?


15) Film, which 1993 Steven Spielberg directed film is about a businessman, who saved the lives of more than a thousand mostly Polish-Jewish refugees from the Holocaustt by employing them in his factories during World War 2


16) TV, running from July 1951 to May 1963, and hosted originally by Gilbert Harding and later Eamon Andrews, which programme did a panel try to guess someone's occupation?


17) Who has a hit in 1991 with ‘I’m too sexy’?


18) Science, in which part of the human body is the limbic system?


19) Classical music, premiered on 17 July 1717, in response to King George I’s request for a concert on the River Thames, who wrote the 3 movement orchestral suite ‘The Water Music’?


20) History, which U.S. naval base was attacked by the Imperial Japanese Navy on December 7th 1941 bringing America into WW2?


21) Food and drink, which fish is the traditional ingredient of the Scandinavian dish called Gravlax / Gravadlax?


22) Geography, in terms of land area, what is the largest country in the world?


23) Literature, who wrote the 1974 spy novel ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’?


24) Who was known as "The Lady of the Lamp"?
F

25) ♪♫ I once had a girl
Or should I say
She once had me
She showed me her room
Isn't it good
…………………♪♫
From what Beatles song are those the opening lines?


FILM MUSIC BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1) Who wrote the theme song for the 1973 James Bond film ‘Live and Let Die’?


BQ2) Which group wrote the songs for the movie ‘Saturday Night Fever’?


BQ3) Which rock group provided the soundtrack music for the1980 film 'Flash Gordon'?


BQ4) Which group wrote and performed the music to the 1979 film ‘Quadrophenia’?


BQ5) The 1970 film musical ‘The Song of Norway’ was based n the music of which classical composer?


STINKER) What is the capital of Greenland?


TRICKY) Which everyday object seen on the roads was patented by Yorkshireman Percy Shaw in 1934?
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Re: Rays Fri quiz

on Fri 21 Sep - 20:17
2. Manai straits
3. The Cabin
4. The Bird Man
5. Barrels
6. Stone
9. Hockey
11. The King and I
12. M25
14. Australia and New Zealand
15. Shindler
18. The Brain
19. Handel
20. Pearl Harbour
21. Cod
22, Russia
24. Florence Nightingale

Tricky Cats Eyes

Well done Marie 12 correct
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on Fri 21 Sep - 20:24
1 The animals
2 Solway firth
4 The bird an of Alcatraz
5 Barrels
9 Polo
10 1666
11 South Pacific
12 M4
14 Australia and New Zealand
16 What's my line
17 Right said Fred
18 The brain
19 Handel
20 Pearl Harbour
22 China
23 John Le Carre
24 Florence Nightingale
25 Norwegial wood

BQ1 Paul McCartney
    2 The bee gees
   4 The who
   5 Grieg
 
  Tricky...Cats eyes.

Very good 21 scored maureen
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Re: Rays Fri quiz

on Fri 21 Sep - 20:25
@Admin wrote:
WR Friday Night Pub Quiz Answers 21-9-18

1) Who had a 1965 hit with ‘We Gotta Get out of This Place’?  ANIMALS


2) Geography, which inlet of the Irish Sea separates Cumbria from Dumfries & Galloway?


3) TV, what is/was the name of Roy Cropper's cafe in Coronation Street?   ROY'S ROLLS


4) Film, Robert Stroud, an American sentenced to life in prison and portrayed by Burt Lancaster in a 1962 film, was given which nickname?
COOL HAND LUKE

5) What does a cooper make?   BARRELS


6) Food and drink, what is the main vegetable used to make Borsch?
POTATOES

7) Science, what Imperial unit of weight is equivalent to 6.35Kg ?  1 STONE


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

9) Sport, Chukkas are the playing periods in which sport?  POLO


10) History, in which year did the Great Fire of London occur?   1666


11) From which 1949 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ come?   SOUTH PACIFIC


12) Which motorway circles London ?


13) Literature, what was the first name of Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple?   JANE


14) ‘Anzac’ troops come from which two countries?  AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND


15) Film, which 1993 Steven Spielberg directed film is about a businessman, who saved the lives of more than a thousand mostly Polish-Jewish refugees from the Holocaustt by employing them in his factories during World War 2.   SHINGLERS LIST


16) TV, running from July 1951 to May 1963, and hosted originally by Gilbert Harding and later Eamon Andrews, which programme did a panel try to guess someone's occupation?  BUSMANS HOLIDAY


17) Who has a hit in 1991 with ‘I’m too sexy’?   RIGHT SAID FRED


18) Science, in which part of the human body is the limbic system?  BRAIN


19) Classical music, premiered on 17 July 1717, in response to King George I’s request for a concert on the River Thames, who wrote the 3 movement orchestral suite ‘The Water Music’?  HANDEL


20) History, which U.S. naval base was attacked by the Imperial Japanese Navy on December 7th 1941 bringing America into WW2?

PEARL HARBOUR


21) Food and drink, which fish is the traditional ingredient of the Scandinavian dish called Gravlax / Gravadlax?   HERRING


22) Geography, in terms of land area, what is the largest country in the world?   RUSSIA


23) Literature, who wrote the 1974 spy novel ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’?
JOHN LE CARRE

24) Who was known as "The Lady of the Lamp"?
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE

25) ♪♫ I once had a girl
Or should I say
She once had me
She showed me her room
Isn't it good
…………………♪♫
From what Beatles song are those the opening lines?
NORWEGIAN WOOD


FILM MUSIC BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1) Who wrote the theme song for the 1973 James Bond film ‘Live and Let Die’?  PAUL McCartney


BQ2) Which group wrote the songs for the movie ‘Saturday Night Fever’?  BEE GEES


BQ3) Which rock group provided the soundtrack music for the1980 film 'Flash Gordon'?  QUEEN


BQ4) Which group wrote and performed the music to the 1979 film ‘Quadrophenia’?   THE WHO


BQ5) The 1970 film musical ‘The Song of Norway’ was based n the music of which classical composer?   TCHAIKOVSKY


STINKER) What is the capital of Greenland?


TRICKY) Which everyday object seen on the roads was patented by Yorkshireman Percy Shaw in 1934?
 CATS EYES

A very good 23 scored gassey
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on Fri 21 Sep - 20:25
1. The Animals
2. Solway Firth ???
3. Roys Rolls
4. The Birdman of Alcatraz
5. Wooden Barrels
6. Beetroot
7. 1 Stone
8.
9. Polo
10. 1666
11.  South Pacific
12. M25
13. Jane
14. Australia and New Zealand
15. Schindlers list
16. What's My Line
17. Right Said Fred
18. The Brain
19. Handel
20. Pearl Harbour
21. Salmon
22. Russia
23. John Le Carre
24. Florence Nightingale
25. Norwegian Wood

Bonus Questions.
1. Paul and Linda MCartney
2. Bee Gees
3. Queen
4. The Who
5. Grieg

Stinker:= Nukk
Tricky:= Cat's Eyes

An excellent 30 scored WW
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Re: Rays Fri quiz

on Fri 21 Sep - 20:47
@Admin wrote:
WR Friday Night Pub Quiz Answers 21-9-18

1) Who had a 1965 hit with ‘We Gotta Get out of This Place’? The animals


2) Geography, which inlet of the Irish Sea separates Cumbria from Dumfries & Galloway? Solway firth?


3) TV, what is/was the name of Roy Cropper's cafe in Coronation Street? Roy’s rolls


4) Film, Robert Stroud, an American sentenced to life in prison and portrayed by Burt Lancaster in a 1962 film, was given which nickname?


5) What does a cooper make? Barrels


6) Food and drink, what is the main vegetable used to make Borsch? Beetroot?


7) Science, what Imperial unit of weight is equivalent to 6.35Kg ? Stone?


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


9) Sport, Chukkas are the playing periods in which sport? Polo


10) History, in which year did the Great Fire of London occur? 1666


11) From which 1949 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ come? Carousel?


12) Which motorway circles London ? M25


13) Literature, what was the first name of Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple? Agatha?


14) ‘Anzac’ troops come from which two countries? Australia and New Zealand


15) Film, which 1993 Steven Spielberg directed film is about a businessman, who saved the lives of more than a thousand mostly Polish-Jewish refugees from the Holocaustt by employing them in his factories during World War 2 Schindler’s list


16) TV, running from July 1951 to May 1963, and hosted originally by Gilbert Harding and later Eamon Andrews, which programme did a panel try to guess someone's occupation?


17) Who has a hit in 1991 with ‘I’m too sexy’? Right said Fred


18) Science, in which part of the human body is the limbic system?


19) Classical music, premiered on 17 July 1717, in response to King George I’s request for a concert on the River Thames, who wrote the 3 movement orchestral suite ‘The Water Music’? Handel?


20) History, which U.S. naval base was attacked by the Imperial Japanese Navy on December 7th 1941 bringing America into WW2? Pearl harbour


21) Food and drink, which fish is the traditional ingredient of the Scandinavian dish called Gravlax / Gravadlax? Trout?


22) Geography, in terms of land area, what is the largest country in the world? Russia?


23) Literature, who wrote the 1974 spy novel ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’? John le carre


24) Who was known as "The Lady of the Lamp"? Florence nightingale
F

25) ♪♫ I once had a girl
Or should I say
She once had me
She showed me her room
Isn't it good
…………………♪♫
From what Beatles song are those the opening lines?


FILM MUSIC BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1) Who wrote the theme song for the 1973 James Bond film ‘Live and Let Die’? Paul McCartney


BQ2) Which group wrote the songs for the movie ‘Saturday Night Fever’? Bee gees


BQ3) Which rock group provided the soundtrack music for the1980 film 'Flash Gordon'? Queen


BQ4) Which group wrote and performed the music to the 1979 film ‘Quadrophenia’? The who


BQ5) The 1970 film musical ‘The Song of Norway’ was based n the music of which classical composer?


STINKER) What is the capital of Greenland?


TRICKY) Which everyday object seen on the roads was patented by Yorkshireman Percy Shaw in 1934? Cats eyes?

Some tough ones tonight

A very good 22 scored LL. Blame ray for the hard ones Very Happy
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on Fri 21 Sep - 20:54
Evening, Admin Smile

1)
2) umber
3) Roy’s rolls
4) Birdman of Alcatraz
5) barrels
6) cabbage
7) stone
8 )
9) polo
10) 1666
11) carousel
12) m1
13)
14) ‘new Zealand Australia
15) Schindler’s list
16)
17) right said Fred
18) brain
19) Handel
20) pearl harbour
21) herring
22) Russia
23)
24) Florence nightingale
25) Norwegian wood

BQ1) Paul McCartney
BQ2) the bee gees
BQ3) queen
BQ4) the who
BQ5) Krieg  Grieg

STINKER)  
TRICKY) cats eyes

Smashing 21 scored Jo anne. I knew you meant Grieg
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on Fri 21 Sep - 21:11
Some excellent scoring tonight. Ray will be proud of you all. I hope his laptop is better by the weekend. Come back ray all is forgiven geek
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on Fri 21 Sep - 21:19
Thanks, Admin Smile
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Excellent quiz admin ,
thanks very much
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on Fri 21 Sep - 21:50
Thank you Mrs A,you've done a good job.
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on Fri 21 Sep - 22:13
1) Who had a 1965 hit with ‘We Gotta Get out of This Place’?  The Animals


2) Geography, which inlet of the Irish Sea separates Cumbria from Dumfries & Galloway?  Solway Firth


3) TV, what is/was the name of Roy Cropper's cafe in Coronation Street?  Roy's Rolls


4) Film, Robert Stroud, an American sentenced to life in prison and portrayed by Burt Lancaster in a 1962 film, was given which nickname?    Bird Man Of Alcatraz


5) What does a cooper make?    Barrel


6) Food and drink, what is the main vegetable used to make Borsch?  Beetroot


7) Science, what Imperial unit of weight is equivalent to 6.35Kg ?   Stone


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


9) Sport, Chukkas are the playing periods in which sport?   Polo


10) History, in which year did the Great Fire of London occur?   1666


11) From which 1949 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ come?  ??????


12) Which motorway circles London ?   M25


13) Literature, what was the first name of Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple?  BUGGER!


14) ‘Anzac’ troops come from which two countries?  Australia / New Zealand


15) Film, which 1993 Steven Spielberg directed film is about a businessman, who saved the lives of more than a thousand mostly Polish-Jewish refugees from the Holocaustt by employing them in his factories during World War 2   Schindler's list


16) TV, running from July 1951 to May 1963, and hosted originally by Gilbert Harding and later Eamon Andrews, which programme did a panel try to guess someone's occupation?  What's My Line


17) Who has a hit in 1991 with ‘I’m too sexy’?  Right said Fred


18) Science, in which part of the human body is the limbic system?   Eye


19) Classical music, premiered on 17 July 1717, in response to King George I’s request for a concert on the River Thames, who wrote the 3 movement orchestral suite ‘The Water Music’?   Handel


20) History, which U.S. naval base was attacked by the Imperial Japanese Navy on December 7th 1941 bringing America into WW2?  Pearl Harbour


21) Food and drink, which fish is the traditional ingredient of the Scandinavian dish called Gravlax / Gravadlax?  Herring


22) Geography, in terms of land area, what is the largest country in the world?  Canada


23) Literature, who wrote the 1974 spy novel ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’?


24) Who was known as "The Lady of the Lamp"?  Florence Nightingale
F

25) ♪♫ I once had a girl
Or should I say
She once had me
She showed me her room
Isn't it good
…………………♪♫
From what Beatles song are those the opening lines?  ????????


FILM MUSIC BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1) Who wrote the theme song for the 1973 James Bond film ‘Live and Let Die’?  Paul McCartney


BQ2) Which group wrote the songs for the movie ‘Saturday Night Fever’?  Bee Gees


BQ3) Which rock group provided the soundtrack music for the1980 film 'Flash Gordon'?  Queen


BQ4) Which group wrote and performed the music to the 1979 film ‘Quadrophenia’?  The Who


BQ5) The 1970 film musical ‘The Song of Norway’ was based n the music of which classical composer?  Greig


STINKER) What is the capital of Greenland?   ????


TRICKY) Which everyday object seen on the roads was patented by Yorkshireman Percy Shaw in 1934? Cat's eyes





Cheers Mrs A.  And Ray

Great score Corky, 24
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on Fri 21 Sep - 22:49
There are a couple missing tonight so I'll hold the answers over till tomorrow.
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on Sat 22 Sep - 3:25
1. The Animals


2. Clyde


3. ?


4. Bird Man of Alcatraz


5. Barrels


6 Beetroot


7. Tonne


8. Ford


9. Polo


10. 1666


11. My Fair Lady


12. M25


13. Margaret


14. Australia/New Zealand


15. Damn!


16. What's My Line?


17. Right Said Fred


18. Skeleton?


19. Handel


20. Pearl Harbour


21. Herring


22. Antarctica


23. Frederick Forsyth


24. Florence Nightingale


25. ?


BQ1. Paul McCartney


BQ2. Bee Gees


BQ3. Queen


BQ4. The Who


BQ5. Sibelius


STINKER: ?


TRICKY: Cat's Eyes


Morning Mr H ,19 correct
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on Sat 22 Sep - 9:36
Thanks Admin for your hard work.
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on Sat 22 Sep - 10:34
To finish the job off


WR Friday Night Pub Quiz Answers 21-9-18

1) Who had a 1965 hit with ‘We Gotta Get out of This Place’?
The Animals

2) Geography, which inlet of the Irish Sea separates Cumbria from Dumfries & Galloway?
Solway Firth

3) TV, what is/was the name of Roy Cropper's cafe in Coronation Street?
Roy’s Rolls

4) Film, Robert Stroud, an American sentenced to life in prison and portrayed by Burt Lancaster in a 1962 film, was given which nickname?
The Birdman of Alcatraz

5) What does a cooper make?
Barrels

6) Food and drink, what is the main vegetable used to make Borsch?
Beetroot

7) Science, what Imperial unit of weight is equivalent to 6.35Kg ?
One Stone

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

9) Sport, Chukkas are the playing periods in which sport?
Polo

10) History, in which year did the Great Fire of London occur?
1666

11) From which 1949 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ come?
South Pacific

12) Which motorway circles London ?
The M25 or London Orbital Motorway

13) Literature, what was the first name of Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple?
Jane

14) ‘Anzac’ troops come from which two countries?
Australia and New Zealand

15) Film, which 1993 Steven Spielberg directed film is about a businessman, who saved the lives of more than a thousand mostly Polish-Jewish refugees from the Holocaustt by employing them in his factories during World War 2
Schindler's List

16) TV, running from July 1951 to May 1963, and hosted originally by Gilbert Harding and later Eamon Andrews, which programme did a panel try to guess someone's occupation?
What’s my line

17) Who has a hit in 1991 with ‘I’m too sexy’?
Right Said Fred

18) Science, in which part of the human body is the limbic system?
Brain

19) Classical music, premiered on 17 July 1717, in response to King George I’s request for a concert on the River Thames, who wrote the 3 movement orchestral suite ‘The Water Music’?
George Fridrich Handel

20) History, which U.S. naval base was attacked by the Imperial Japanese Navy on December 7th 1941 bringing America into WW2?
Pearl Harbor

21) Food and drink, which fish is the traditional ingredient of the Scandinavian dish called Gravlax / Gravadlax?
Salmon

22) Geography, in terms of land area, what is the largest country in the world?
Russia

23) Literature, who wrote the 1974 spy novel ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’?
John le Carre

24) Who was known as "The Lady of the Lamp"?
Florence Nightingale

25) ♪♫ I once had a girl
Or should I say
She once had me
She showed me her room
Isn't it good
…………………♪♫
From what Beatles song are those the opening lines?
"Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)"

FILM MUSIC BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1) Who wrote the theme song for the 1973 James Bond film ‘Live and Let Die’?
Paul and Linda McCartney, performed by Wings

BQ2) Which group wrote the songs for the movie ‘Saturday Night Fever’?
The Bee Gees

BQ3) Which rock group provided the soundtrack music for the1980 film 'Flash Gordon'?
Queen

BQ4) Which group wrote and performed the music to the 1979 film ‘Quadrophenia’?
The Who

BQ5) The 1970 film musical ‘The Song of Norway’ was based n the music of which classical composer?
Edvard Grieg

STINKER) What is the capital of Greenland?
Nuuk

TRICKY) Which everyday object seen on the roads was patented by Yorkshireman Percy Shaw in 1934?
The cat's eye
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