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Quiz Number #495

Round 1 


2. Which of these was not one of the 4 main Tweenies characters? Milo | Fizz | Jake | Stella

3. What O means “make (someone) a priest”?

4. Which English Sir has had No. l’s in the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s?
Cliff Richard

5. Which word can be a chemical element, a London theatre or a French boot producer?

6. What is sung next in these 80’s music lyrics? “Everyone’s a superhero. Everyone’s a… “
Captain Kirk

7. If a ship’s name had the prefix “SS”, the 1st S stood for what ____ Ship? (example HMS, RMS)

8. Albion Rovers F.C. is the local team from which town?

9. How many different times has Andy Murray been world number 1 in the rankings? 1 | 2 | 3 | Never
1  (once)

10. “Real Wild Child (Wild One)”, “Wild Women Do” & “It Must Have Been Love” are songs that featured on the soundtrack to which film?
Pretty Woman 

Round 2 


3 clues for 3 famous people that share which surname.

Former Watford F.C. manager. Brendan Rodgers
Sang “On a warm summer’s evening. On a train bound for nowhere”. Kenny Rodgers
Dancer and singer during the Golden Age of Hollywood. Ginger Rogers

One-half of the comedy double act Derek and Clive. Dudley Moore
Starred in 7 James Bond films. Roger Moore
Played film role of Molly Jensen. Demi Moore

Former Top Gear presenter. James May
Member of rock band Queen. Brian May
Former British Prime Minister. Theresa May

English composer who created The Fortress. James Hook
Character in “The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up”. Captain Hook
Founding member of Joy Division and New Order. Peter Hook

Power Of Love singer. Jennifer Rush
Liverpool’s all-time leading goal scorer. Ian Rush
Nominated for an Oscar for The King’s Speech. Geoffrey Rush 


1. Which JL won the Eurovision Song Contest with “Hold Me Now”?
Johnny Logan

2. Frank Bruno’s career high was beating which OM to win WBC title?
Oliver McCall

3. Which MG became famous for his breakout role as Max Rockatansky?
Mel Gibson

4. Dialing 123 puts you through to which SC?
Speaking Clock

5. Which AT was a former ITV regional franchise based in Norwich?
Anglia Television 

Final Round 

1. What was the title of the 1980 film starring Bruce Jenner that featured the Village People and how they formed?
Can’t Stop the Music

2. What type of sport might use cleavers, macons, and squares?

3. Peter Hook, the bassist of New Order “borrowed” the idea from a cowboy film, from a peice of music by which composer
Ennio Morricone

4. History: When was Oliver Cromwell born? 1599 < | 1799 | 1899

5. Which B means “a nation or person engaged in war or conflict, as recognized by international law”?

6. Who was the second person (& 1st American to travel into space) and, in 1971, he became the fifth person to walk on the Moon?
Alan Shepard

7. Which South African city is known as the “City of Gold”?

8. Which animal is depicted into the logo of Lamborghini?


ANSWER: Gatecrash
LETTERS: Search Tag
CLUE: To enter uninvited.