Quiz Number #134
True or false
Neil Diamond’s real name is Bob Smith.
Scooby Doo’s name was taken from the Frank Sinatra song “Strangers in the Night”.
Gym shoes are named after their inventor, Jim Spears.
If you are awarded “Freedom Of The City” you are allowed to let your sheep graze in any garden you want.
Red Rum won the Grand National 3 years in a row.
A Few Good Men
Sea of Love
The Social Network
Sport – Football
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Track Cycling takes place in what type of arena?
This is the logo of which charity?
Save The Children <
Grand Scenic is a people carrier produced by which car maker?
Where was Robert Burns born?
What was the name of the character played by Bruce Willis in Die Hard?
John McClane <
Which one of these chocolate bars doesn’t contain nuts?
The Tale of Peter Rabbit is a children’s book written by which author?
Beatrix Potter <
Larry Page is an American computer scientist best known for being co-founder of which company?
Athlete Mo Farah was born in which country?
Alcúdia is a resort on which holiday island?
Where is Mexico would you find a Molcajete?
In the early 1970’s “Wigan Casino” & “Twisted Wheel in Manchester” were venues associated with which music scene?
Northern Soul <
In music “Perfecto Records” was a label founded by who?
Paul Oakenfold <
In which year did David Cameron become Leader Of The Opposition?
Here’s a map of Berlin before 1990. Which part was occupyed by the British?