Quiz Number #257

The Chase

The Davis Cup is a premier international team event in which sport?
Tennis <
Golf
Cricket

The only wild monkey population in the European continent can be found where?
Malta
Cyprus
Gibraltar <

How many number 1’s appear on a standard clock face?
1
4
5 <

Which of these is a Japanese martial art with swords?
Kandu
Kendo <
Nagasaki

Camilla (Parker Bowles) is the Dutchess of where?
Kent
Cornwall <
Cambridge

 

Movies

Fifty Shades Of Grey
Footloose
War Horse
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Swiss Family Robinson

 

Countdown

Real Nuts

Neutrals

They don’t take sides

 

Name The Sunday TV Presenter

Vernon Kay
Andrew Neil
Mark Chapman
Simon Rimmer
Evan Davis

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

EASY

In the 70’s & 80’s, what was sold at a Tupperware party?
Plastic Containers <
Sex Toys
Records
Drugs

Which one of the seven dwarfs never speaks?
Doc
Dopey <
Clock
Crock

The clocks go forward the last Sunday of which month?
March <
April
May
June

What kind of creatures are Terns?
Birds <
Frogs
Hippos
Bears

Anne Boleyn was married to which historical figure?
Henry VIII <
Adolf Hitler
William Wallace
Christopher Columbus

MEDIUM

Chicken Kiev was first served in a restaurant where?
Soviet Union <
Libya
Romania
Norway

Pernod is a liqueur flavoured with what?
Anise <
Mint
Blueberry
Juniper

Who wrote the Twilight series of novels?
Stephenie Meyer <
Erika Mitchell
Robert Ludlum
Paula Hawkins

What was the name of the island in King Kong?
Skull Island<
Amity Island
Angel Island
McHale Island

Graeme Souness played for which of these Italian clubs?
Sampdoria <
Torino
Inter Milan
Lazio

HARD

During WW2, Operation Bernhard involved fake what?
Bank Notes <
Tanks
Buildings
Passports

What was former Liverpool player, Mark Walters’ middle name?
Everton <
Scouse
Blues
Kop

(Yanis Varoufakis) Picture: Where is this man a politician?
Greece <
Ukraine
Netherlands
Germany

Mortadella is a large Italian what?
Bridge
Cathedral
Lake
Sausage <

History: Genghis Khan reigned in which century?
5th century
11th century
12th century
13th century <

 

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