Pauls Quiz 404
1. What kind of "Babies" reached number one in the album charts on both sides of the Atlantic in 1973?
2. In which 1987 war drama did actor Vincent D'Onofrio gain a film record 32 kg for his role?
3. The all powerful alien deity Azathoth was a creation of which horror fiction writer?
4. Which organisation's motto is "Nation shall speak peace unto nation"?
a. BBC, b. UNO, c. NSA
5. The famous Ali Foreman fight nicknamed 'Rumble in the Jungle' took place in which city?
6. The movie poster tag line for which 1986 film and Academy Award winner for Best Picture was - "The first casualty of war is innocence"?
7. In the English language, what are the names of the four most populated cities in Germany that end with the letter "n"? One point for each correct answer.
8. Which church in Spain attracts the most visitors?
9. In sport, which two domestic leagues have the highest average attendance figures worldwide?
10. The following lyrics are all from songs with the word "King" or "Queen" somewhere in the song title. Can you name the song? One point for each correct answer.
a. No phone, no pool, no pets
b. Midnight, I'm a waiting on the 12:05
c. Caviar and cigarettes well versed in etiquette
d. Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol
11. Nick & Nora, Double Old Fashioned, Flute and Copita are all examples of what?
12. What was American singer and actor Dooley Wilson's most famous role in film?
13. Which player won a record 11 NBA titles in his 13 year career?
14. Although not officially recognised by the ATP, Australian tennis player Sam Groth's serve was once recorded at which record speed? Plus or minus 10 km/h.
15. Suffolk Punch, Abaco Barb, Norman Cob, American Cream Draft, Friesian and Mangalarga Marchador are all examples of what?
16. With which 1983 film does one associate the song "Maniac"?
17. Paarl is a major wine growing area in which country?
18. Which song was a number one hit in the US charts for both Mariah Carey and The Jackson Five?
19. What is the largest member of the weasel family?
20. Which two letters were the title of a number one album on both sides of the Atlantic in 2005?
1. Billion Dollar Babies (Alice Cooper)
2. Full Metal Jacket
3. H P Lovecraft
4. Answer a. BBC
7. Four answers. In order: Berlin, Essen, Bremen, Dresden.
8. La Sagrada Familia
9. Two answers. In order: The NFL and the Indian Premier League (cricket)
10. Four answers.
a. King Of The Road (Roger Miller)
b. Queen Of Hearts (Dave Edmunds)
c. Killer Queen (Queen)
d. Sun King (Beatles)
11. Cocktail glassware
12. Sam (Casablanca)
13. Bill Russell
14. 263 km/h
15. Horse breeds
17. South Africa
18. I'll Be There
19. The wolverine
20. X & Y (Coldplay)