Last Words of the Rich and Famous 2
Another chance to find out the parting words of a few people on their way to the pearly gates. 12 Questions.
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"Curtain, fast music, light, ready for the last finale. Great! The show looks good," were the words of which great showman in 1932?
Which famous French aristocrat spoke these last words on her way to the guillotine. "Farewell my children, forever, I go to your father" in 1793?
Madame de Pompadour
Madam du Barry
Which pioneer in the film industry wrote these words in a suicide note in 1932? "To my friends, my work is done, why wait?"
Alexander Graham Bell
Which famous polar explorer spoke these famous and much quoted lines? "I'm just going out, I may be some time."
Which actor said, "Die my dear, why, that's the last thing I'll do!"
"Hurrah, boys. Let's get the last few reds then head on back to camp!" were the misguided words of which over-confident Indian hunter?
General Armstrong Custer
Which very excentric artist asked "Where is my clock?" an item that featured heavily in his artwork - almost a trademark.
Marilyn Monroe married 3 times, but which of her husbands said on his deathbed, "I'll finally get to see Marilyn."
Joe di Maggio
Which intrepid traveller to the east said "I have not told you half of what I saw."
Paulo de Gama
James W Rodgers facing the firing squad was asked if he had any last requests to which he said, yes, what item did he ask for?
Bullet proof vest
A bus ticket out of there
Which tortured artist commited suicide and left a note saying, "The sadness will last forever."
Vincent Van Gough
Whose tombstone bears the epitath, "That's all folks!"
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