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What star sign is "Gladys Knight?
A: Gemini.

Discovered in the 30s, Jonker and President Vargas were types of what?
A: Diamond.

Where were murdering sisters Delfina & Maria de Jesus Gonzales from?
A: Mexico.

Who has been Pope the longest in the 20th century?
A: John Paul II.

How was film director Emil Anton Bundmann better known?
A: Anthony Mann.

Who directed the classic movie High Noon?
A: Fred Zinnemann.

Which Pope died in 1978 after a mere 33 days in office?
A: John Paul I.


The Sicilian Specialist by Norman Lewis is a thinly disguised fictional account of which assassination plot?
A: J F Kennedy.

In which state is Temple University?
A: Pennsylvania.

Which astronaut said, "Four days vacation and see the world?"
A: Jim Lovell.

In square miles, how big is Lake Ontario?
A: 7,550.

How old would Otis Redding have been had he lived to the end of the 20th century?
A: 58.

Stephens College is in which state?
A: Missouri.

John F. Kennedy was one of how many children?
A: Nine.

What is Fidel Castro's real first name?
A: Ruz.


Where is the world's largest soccer stadium?
A: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (the Maracana).

Who wrote that the female of the species is more deadly that the male?
A: Rudyard Kipling.

Jeffrey Hunter was the lead in the original pilot for which successful series?
A: Star Trek.

Who was Herbert Hoover's Vice President?
A: Charles Curtis.

Which veteran rock musician said, "If I had my time again I would like to take up archaeology?"
A: Bill Wyman.

What was Van Halen's first album after Dave Lee Roth left?
A: 5150.

Which was the last US battalion to leave Vietnam?
A: 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry.

What was the only hit single by Jaggerz?
A: The Rapper.


What were ladies asked not to wear at Prince Edward's UK wedding?
A: Hats.

Who was Prime Minister of Afghanistan from 1993 to 1994?
A: Gulbuddin Hematyar.

Which year marked the bi-centenary of Kentucky joining the Union?
A: 1992.

In what year did the US death toll in Vietnam first exceed that in Korea?
A: 1969.

Which convenience food did Joel Cheek develop?
A: Instant coffee.

Which controversial book contained the line, "You can't ravish a tin of sardines?"
A: Lady Chatterley's Lover.

Which book did Mark Chapman read while waiting to be arrested after the murder of John Lennon?
A: The Catcher in the Rye.

What did the M stand for in J M Barrie's name?
A: Matthew.


By what name is Emmanuel Rudnitsky more widely known?
A: Man Ray.

What is Meg Ryan's real name?
A: Margaret Hyra.

Which Italian actress was voted the Most Beautiful Italian Girl in Tunis 1957?
A: Claudia Cardinale.

Who was the Chicago police commissioner at the time of the St Valentine's Day massacre?
A: William F Russell.

What star sign is shared by John Major and Sir David Frost?
A: Aries.

Why was Finn Volmari Iso-Hollo's 1932 steeplechase win exceptional?
A: He ran an extra lap by mistake.

What was the profession of "Arnold Newman?
A: Photographer.

Which middle name did UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill share with Charlie Chaplin?
A: Spencer.

What was officially called the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America?
A: Hays Office.

Which capital city has the fewest cinemas in relation to its population?
A: Cairo.