Triviana Quiz 51
Ten more bits of trivia. As before REMEMBER the pictures, they ARE the answers. Good Luck. 10 Questions.
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Hollywood fact or fiction, it is alleged the canine star Rin Tin Tin died in the arms of which Hollywood legend?
In Greek legend, who after exchanging places with Dionysius II of Syracuse had a huge sword held over his head by a single horse's hair in order to prove a moral?
Who was the first person to have won all four major annual American entertainment awards (Oscar, an Emmy, a Grammy and a Tony?)
Which "organisation" founded on March 17, 1948 has as its' motto "When we do right, nobody remembers. When we do wrong, nobody forgets?"
New York Subway Guardian Angels
What was Chuck Berry's first UK number one hit single?
Sweet Little Sixteen
Johnny B Goode
Roll Over Beethoven
From the choices listed below, which do you think would be of most interest to a "Copoclephilist?"
Beer bottle labels
In Buddhism what is the term for someone who has achieved nirvana yet remains on earth to help others achieve an enlightened state?
Due to contractual differences with her studio which actress moonlighted for other studios under the guise of Frances Dean before being fired?
In the Arthur Conan Doyle novels, Holmes used a group of local children to aid him in investigations. What were they called?
The Baker Street Irregulars
The Hackney Moonlighters
The Baker Street Scavengers
The Whitechapel Filchers
American landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, the designer of New York's Central Park based his designs on which public park he had visited whilst in England in 1850?
Birkenhead Park, The Wirral
Bradgate Park, Leicestershire
Jubilee Park, Tipton
Ropner Park, Stockton-on-Tees
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