Who Said It Quiz 2
The following quiz round was submitted by Alan Gurr from the UK. Alan is the host of a regular quiz night at Didcot Labour Club
Many thanks Alan, a good round.
Famous quotes: who said the following?
1. "And that's the way it is"
2. "And the next tonight will be tomorrow night"
3. "Better red than dead"
4. "The customer is always right"
5. "I could do that!"
6. "Ill give it foive"
7. " K-E-Y-N-S-H-A-M"
9. "Unacceptable face of capitalism"
10. Very interesting, but stupid"
11. "What's new pussycat?"
12. "Well he would say that, wouldn't he"
13. "You can run, but you can't hide"
14. "He can't fart and chew gum at the same time"
15. "It never rains, but it pours"
1. Walter Cronkite, closing his CBS TV evening news show
2. Cliff Michelmore, on BBC's 'Tonight', from 1957 to 1965
3. Bertrand Russell, in 1958, saying Communism was preferable to death
4. H Gordon Selfridge, the store owner
5. Yosser Hughes, played by Bernard Hill, in Boys From The Blackstuff
6. Janice Nicholls, on Thank Your Lucky Stars
7. Horace Batchelor, a football pools expert, on Radio Luxembourg, spelling out his address near Bristol
8. Broderick Crawford, on Highway Patrol
9. Edward Heath
10. Arte Johnson, dressed as a German soldier, on Rowan and Martins Laugh In
11. Warren Beatty, (Beatty's own phrase, he should have starred in the film, but Woody Allen wrote him out)
12. Mandy Rice-Davies (referring to Lord Astors denial of 'involvement' with her)
13. Joe Louis, to opponent Billy Conn
14. Lyndon B Johnson, insulting Gerald Ford
15. John Arbuthnot, a writer, coined this phrase in 1726, he also created the character of John Bull