Pauls Quiz 434

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1. In a number 1 hit song, what were Tommy and Gina livin' on?

2. What is the name of the high school that Sandy attends in the film Grease?

3. Which super hero's real name is Anung Un Rama? 

4. George Blanda holds the record for the oldest player ever in the NFL. Plus or minus 2, how old was he when he retired in 1976?

5. In which 2013 film does a fail-safe device known as The Cerberus Code come within three seconds of annihilating the United States of America?

6. Which popular American vocal group in the 1960s and 70s named themselves after a bowling alley they once found themselves in?

7. Plus or minus 7 million, what was the population of England, Scotland and Wales in 1901?

8. In song, what "buys an eight by twelve four-bit room"?

9. Sidon is the third largest city in which Mediterranean country?

10. Canadian Capt. Roy Brown was given credit for which man's demise?

11. The movie poster tag line for which 1988 film, set in late 19th century British Columbia, was: "He's an orphan ... at the start of a journey. A journey to survive.".

12. The following are the initials of some of the most venomous snakes in the world. Can you name them?
a. R.v
b. F-d-l
c. I.t
d. E.b.s.

13. "I'm glad it's you" are the last dying words from a character played by Paul Newman. Name the film.

14. What is the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement on the Pacific coast of the Americas?
a. San Jose,  b. Panama City,  c. Lima,  d. New Archangel

15. The 1990 film Total Recall is loosely based on a novel from which American writer?

16. No matter in which way or manner it is measured, which country has the longest coastline in the world?

17. In the Terminator film series, what was the name of the corporation that built Skynet?

18. The name for which sometimes controversial biological preparation stems from a Latin word meaning "from cows"?

19. Which of the following is the only US group to have had a number 1 hit single in the US Billboard Hot 100 six years in a row?
a. The Beach Boys,  b. Van Halen,  c. CCR,  d. The Supremes

20. Which famous 1960s tv heroine's name is a play on the phrase 'man appeal'?


1. A prayer. ('Livin' on a Prayer'; Bon Jovi)

2. Rydell High

3. Hellboy

4. 48 years old

5. Olympus Has Fallen

6. The Four Seasons

7. 37 million

8. "Two hours of pushin' broom" ('King of the Road'; Roger Miller)

9. Lebanon

10. Manfred von Richthofen ('The Red Baron')

11. The Bear

12. Four answers.
a. Russell's viper
b. Fer-de-lance
c. Inland Taipan
d. Eastern brown snake

13. Road to Perdition

14. Answer b. Panama City

15. Philip K. Dick

16. Canada

17. Cyberdyne Systems

18. Vaccine

19. Answer d. The Supremes

20. Emma Peel (The Avengers)

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