Fictional Pubs Quiz
Ten questions on pubs featured in film, TV and literature. Have a go. Should be a breeze if you study the picture clues. Good Luck. 10 Questions.
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"Rosie's Bar" was a drinking establishment frequented by its patrons whenever possible in which of these movies released in 1970 and directed by Robert Altman?
The Onion Fields
Freebie and the Bean
In which fictitious TV hostelery could you have popped into the "The Kebab & Calculator" for a quick pint and a game of pool?
The Young Ones
Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps
Men Behaving Badly
Well "shiver me timbers" we have a literary pub now. In which of the following novels would you have frequented "The Admiral Benbow?"
Sandokan: The Tigers of Mompracem
On Stranger Tides
Maybe not the best of choices to nip down for a quick one prior to the world ending but the "The Horse & Groom, Cottington" was the pub of choice for Arthur Dent in which novel?
War of the Worlds
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep
Cult movie "Withnail and I" (1987) had the two main characters played by Richard E Grant and Paul McGann "gettin' blootered" in which fictitious watering hole?
The Mother Black Cap
The Pigs Trotters
The Roosters Pride
In which much loved UK TV. sit-com would you have been able to participate in a game of dominoes and if your luck was in get Beverley Macker in a taxi?
Last of the Summer Wine
Tony Hancocks Half Hour
The Sykes Show
The Royle Family
In which novel, after drinking a few draughts of ale in "The George III Inn" could our protagonist not have been shouldered with any blame for falling FAST asleep?
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Rip Van Winkle
Gone With the Wind
"The Mucky Duck" was the local haunt of three flatmates much pestered by their married landlords in which UK TV series?
Girls on Top
Man About The House
In which Charles Dickens novel could you have purchased a hearty snifter of mothers ruin for the princely sum of tuppence farthing at "The Six Jolly Fellowship Porters?"
Dombey and Son
The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club
Our Mutual Friend
"Not a lot of people know this" but in which fictitious cinema boozer could you have ordered a pint of mild in "The Vick & Comet?"
The Long Good Friday
The Crying Game
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