Lights, Camera, Action!
|1||In the Lion King, “Shenzi” and “Banzai” are what kind of animal?||Hyenas|
|2||What infamous outlaw was played by Paul Newman in the movie “The Left-Handed Gun”?||Billy the Kid|
|3||What actor played Danny Glover’s partner in the “Lethal Weapon” movies?||Mel Gibson|
|4||Which character has been played on TV by “Phil Silvers” and on film by “Steve Martin”?||Sergeant Bilko|
|5||How many thieves accompany “Ali”?||40|
|6||Which country and western singer rode alongside John Wayne in the movie “True Grit”?||Glen Campbell|
|7||What board game is played by Steve McQueen and Faye Dunnaway in “The Thomas Crown Affair”?||Chess|
|8||Which famous vet has been played on film by “Simon Ward” and “John Alderton”?||James Herriot|
|9||In which 1982 movie did Dustin Hoffman play the characters of “Michael” and “Dorothy”?||Tootsie|
|10||Which real-life Tudor inspired a play and a movie called “A Man for All Seasons”?||Sir Thomas More|
How Well do you know “Chichester”?
|11||What was the name of the Barracks in Chichester that was the HQ for the “Redcaps” until 2005?||Roussillon (RMP)|
|12||Who is standing on a plinth outside the Cathedral?||St. Richard
1st Bishop of Chichester.
(Richard de la Wyche).
|13||In which park can you find the “Chichester Guildhall”?||Priory Park|
|14||In which year of the 2000s’ did the Privy Council give permission for “Chichester” to adapt its status to “University”?||October 2005|
|15||Which actor, living in Chichester until her death in January 2014, starred in the 1960s’ sci-fi series “The Champions”?||Alexandra Bastedo (Garland)|
|16||For half a point each, what is the respective “A” numbers of the roads from Chichester north to Midhurst and Petworth?||A286 & A285|
|17||What is the name of the Queen Anne Townhouse built by wine merchant Henry “Lisbon” Peckham in 1712?||Pallant House|
|18||For half a point each, in the song “Saturday Kids” (Paul Weller) on The Jams 1979 album “Setting Sons” which two seaside places near Chichester were mentioned for a holiday?||Selsey Bill &
|19||How much does it cost to park for up to four hours||Nothing. It is FREE.|
|after 5:00 pm on a Sunday in the Northgate Long Stay Car Park?|
|20||Which Duke covered the cost of repairs to the “Market Cross” in 1746?||Duke of Richmond|
Famous French People?
|21||How is “The Duke of Normandy” as called in 1066 more familiarly known today?||William 1 (The Conqueror)|
|22||Name the author who wrote “The Count of Monte Cristo” & “The Three Musketeers”?||Alexandre Dumas|
|23||Who was burned at the stake in 1431 and made a saint in 1922?||Joan of Arc|
|24||Which chemist’s research led to the identification of infectious diseases via the science of bacteria?||Louis Pasteur|
|25||For half a mark each what were the two major and similar engineering feats inspired by “Ferdinand de Lesseps” during the second part of the 19th Century?||The Suez and Panama Canals|
|26||On which remote South Atlantic Island did the British exile in 1815 “Napoleon Bonaparte” where he died six years later?||St. Helena|
|27||What important anniversary did the completion in 1889 of “Gustave Eiffel’s Tower” commemorate?||100th anniversary of the French Revolution|
|28||Who led the Free French Forces during WW11 and became the first President of the 5th Republic?||Charles de Gaulle|
|29||How many Kings of France were named Louis?||18|
|30||Which Manchester United footballer and now an actor infamously dived into the crowd during a match and attacked a Crystal Palace supporter?||Eric Cantona|
Connections – Fruit?
|31||Which bird is the national symbol of New Zealand?||Kiwi|
|32||What is the name of the “John Lennon Memorial” in Central Park, New York?||Strawberry Fields|
|33||Which American actor starred in the movies “Some Like It Hot”, “The Odd Couple” & “Grumpy Old Men”?||Jack Lemmon|
|34||What is the name of the purple academic in the original board game “Cluedo”?||Professor Plum|
|35||Which famous person had the middle names “Honeyblossom”, “Michelle”, “Charlotte”, “Angel” and “Vanessa”?||Peaches Geldof|
|36||Which Mark Twain novel, set on the Mississippi, is the sequel to “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”?||The Adventures of
(State Fruit of Idaho)
|37||What is the name of the record company founded by the Beatles in 1968?||Apple|
|38||“Tom Joad” was the main character in which John||The Grapes of Wrath|
|39||What name is given to the annual award ceremony held the day before the Oscars that recognises the worst films and actors from the previous year?||The Golden Raspberry
|40||Name the British female pop music vocal group formed in London in 1979 by friends “Sara Dallin”, “Siobhan Fahey” and “Keren Woodward”.||Bananarama|