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WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 18-1-19

on Fri 18 Jan 2019 - 20:00
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A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s that time of week again.
Come on down to the Reject’s Bar.
Get that first drink in.
Enjoy the quiz.

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WR Friday Night Pub Quiz   18-1-19

1)  Who had a 1964 hit with ‘You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'?

2)  Geography, Great Barrier Reef lies off the coast of which country?

3)  TV, in the sitcom ‘Fawlty Towers’, who played the waitress Polly?

4)  Film, In which 2000 film would you find the character of General Maximus Decimus Meridus, played by Russel Crowe?

5)  In a game of bingo, what number is known as ‘The Garden Gate’?

6)  Food and drink, made from soya, TVP is an acronym for what?  

7)  Science, which famous scientist (1643 – 1727) formulated the Three Laws of Motion?

8 )  What European car  maker produces the SUV ‘Kadjar’ model?

9)  Sport, the Glazer family are the owners of which Premiership football team?

10)  History, King Richard I  (1157 -  1199) was known by what other name?

11)  From what 1978 film musical does the song ‘"You're the One That I Want"’ come?

12)  Which Austrian actor, born 1947, went on to become Governor of California?

13) Literature, who wrote the 1979 best selling novel ‘Kane and Abel’?

14)  The first atomic bomb was dropped on which Japanese city?

15)  Film, who played the title roll in the 1972 film ‘The Godfather’?

16)  TV, in the sitcom ‘Rising Damp’, what was the name of Rigsby’s cat?

17)  Who had a 1979 top ten hit with "The Eton Rifles"?

18)  Science, what celestial object is approximately 238, 000 miles from Earth?

19) Classical music, which composer (1857 – 1934) wrote the famous ‘Pomp and Circumstance’ Opus 39, ‘Land of Hope and Glory’?

20)  History, in which century was William Shakespeare born?

21)  Food and drink, what type of meat is Scrag End?

22)  Geography, ‘The Yosemite National Park’ is in which US State?              

23)  Literature, wrote the 1979 best selling novel ‘Angels and Demons’?

24)  What was the first ‘perforated’ UK postage stamp, issued in 1854?

25)  ♫♪ I don't wanna talk
            About things we've gone through
            Though it's hurting me
             Now it's history
             I've played all my cards
            And that's what you've done too
            Nothing more to say
            No more ace to play♫♪

From what Abba song are those the opening lines?


ANIMALS BONUS QUESTIONS  

BQ1)  What is the World’s fastest land animal?

BQ2)  Which mammal is the largest known to have existed on Earth?

BQ3)  What ‘M’ word are animals that have pouches?

BQ4)  What type of animal are ‘Highland’, ‘Hereford’ and ‘English Longhorn’?

BQ5)  What is a female donkey called?

STINKER)  What was the nickname given to the V1 flying bombs that rained down on London and the South East UK during the latter part of WWII?  

TRICKY)  Film,  in which famous 1968 sci-fi film does Dave ‘kill’ ‘HAL’?

raymyjamie
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 18-1-19

on Sat 19 Jan 2019 - 10:04
@AWP1983 wrote:2) Australia  
4) Gladiator  
5) 8
6) Textured Veg Protein?  
7) Sir Issac Newton
9) Manchester United  
10) The LionHeart  
11) Grease
12) Arnold Schwarz:Tick: enegger
14) Hiroshima  
18) The Moon  
19) Edward Elgar  
20) 16th Century
21) Mutton
22) California?
24) Penny Black
25) "The Winner Takes It All" - ABBA

BQ1) Cheetah
BQ2) Blue Whale
BQ3) Marsupials  
BQ4) Cow
BQ5) Jenny?  

Stinker - Doodlebug  

Tricky - 2001, A Space Oddysey  


A really excellent bit of quizzing AWP

Many apologies for missing you last night.

I do the quiz with Mrs RMJ at ten o'clock on Friday night by reading out the questions,

and then I signed off around quartet to eleven for the night, and somehow missed your post.

Very well played.

EDIT - I read your post as posted at 22-22, but it was 20-22, so many apologies Embarassed  


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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 18-1-19

on Sat 19 Jan 2019 - 10:17
@Hieronymous wrote:[color=#006600]1. Righteous Bros.


2. Australia


3. Connie Booth


4. ?


5. 8


6. ?


7. Isaac Newton


8. Renault


9. Man Utd.


10. Coeur de Lyon/Lionheart


11. Grease


12. Arnold Schwarzenegger


13. Jeffrey Archer


14. Hiroshima


15. Marlon Brando


16. Vienna


17. ?


18. The sun


19. Edward Elgar


20. 15th


21. Lamb


22. California


23. ?


24. Penny black?


25. Winner Takes it All


BQ1. Cheetah


BQ2. Dinosaur?


BQ3. Marsupials


BQ4. Cattle


BQ5. Mabel


STINKER: Doodlebugs


TRICKY: 2001: A Space Odyssey /color]


A really excellent bit of quizzing mon ami.


Thank you for telling me of my missing AWP.s post.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 18-1-19

on Sat 19 Jan 2019 - 10:44
Very well  played to all last night's / this morning's players

Here are the answers :


WR Friday Night Pub Quiz Answers 18-1-19

1)  Who had a 1964 hit with ‘You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'?
      The Righteous Brothers  

2)  Geography, Great Barrier Reef lies off the coast of which country?
        Australia  

3)  TV, in the sitcom ‘Fawlty Towers’, who played the waitress Polly?
 Connie Booth          

4)  Film, In which 2000 film would you find the character of General Maximus Decimus Meridus, played by Russel Crowe
        Gladiator

5)  In a game of bingo, what number is known as ‘The Garden Gate’?
         Eight

6)  Food and drink, made from soya, TVP is an acronym for what?  
.      Textured vegetable protein

7)  Science, which famous scientist (1643 – 1727) formulated the Three Laws of Motion?
       Sir Isaac Newton  

8 )  What European car  maker produces the SUV ‘Kadjar’ model?
  Renault  

9)  Sport, the Glazer family are the owners of which Premiership football team?
Manchester United    

10)  History, King Richard I  (1157 -  1199) was known by what other name?         Richard the Lionheart  

11)  From what 1978 film musical does the song ‘"You're the One That I Want"’ come?
 Grease    

12)  Which Austrian actor, born 1947, went on to become Governor of California?
 Arnold Schwarzenegger      

13) Literature, who wrote the 1979 best selling novel ‘Kane and Abel’?
 Jeffrey Archer    

14)  The first atomic bomb was dropped on which Japanese city?
        Hiroshima

15)  Film, who played the title roll in the 1972 film ‘The Godfather’?
 Marlon Brando  

16)  TV, in the sitcom ‘Rising Damp’, what was the name of Rigsby’s cat?
     Vienna

17)  Who had a 1979 top ten hit with "The Eton Rifles"?
The Jam    

18)  Science, what celestial object is approximately 238, 000 miles from Earth?
The Moon      

19) Classical music, which composer (1857 – 1934) wrote the famous ‘Pomp and Circumstance’ Opus 39, ‘Land of Hope and Glory’?
Edward Elgar    

20)  History, In which century was William Shakespeare born?
  16th century (1564)

21)  Food and drink, what type of meat is Scrag End?
 Lamb or Mutton    

22)  Geography, ‘The Yosemite National Park’ is in which US State?              
    California,  the Sierra Nevada Mountains    

23)  Literature, wrote the 1979 best selling novel ‘Angels and Demons’?
   Dan Brown        

24)  What was the first ‘perforated’ UK postage stamp, issued in 1854?
 Penny Red, the key word was ‘perforated’.        

25)  ♫♪ I don't wanna talk
            About things we've gone through
            Though it's hurting me
             Now it's history
             I've played all my cards
            And that's what you've done too
            Nothing more to say
            No more ace to play♫♪

From what Abba song are those the opening lines?
The Winner Takes It All        
ANIMALS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  What is the World’s fastest land animal?
        Cheetah

BQ2)  Which mammal is the largest known to have existed on Earth?
Blue Whale  

BQ3)  What ‘M’ word are animals that have pouches?
    Marsupials  

BQ4)  What type of animal are ‘Highland’, ‘Hereford’ and ‘English Longhorn’?
      Cattle  

BQ5)  What is a female donkey called?
        Jenny

STINKER)  What was the nickname given to the V1 flying bombs that rained down on London and the South East UK during the latter part of WWII?  
        Doodlebugs

TRICKY)  Film,  in which famous 1968 sci-fi film does Dave ‘kill’ ‘HAL’?
 2001 A Space Odyssey    
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