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Sunday, 18 February 2018

Ultimate Entertainment Quiz

Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. This quiz might just be starting, but 'The Dog Days Are Over'. This pop anthem was written and recorded by the one and only Florence and the ______.



Options:-

Margarine
Metalheads
Monkfish
Machine

Q 2. 'Pride and Prejudice' has recently been reinterpreted and given a comedy/horror twist for the modern age. The surprise hit was entitled 'Pride and Prejudice and _______.'



Options:-
Monsters
Zombies
Vampires
Werewolves

Q 3. No wonder she's sad, her teas gone cold and she's wondering why she got out of bed at all. Which singer duetted with Eminem and sang these famous lyrics?




Options:-

Dando
Dido
Dumbo
Dodo

Q 4. 'Singing in the Rain' is a true entertainment classic. But do you know which decade it comes from?


Option:-

1920s
1940s
1950s
1960s

Q 5. Before P Diddy was P Diddy, what name did P Diddy go by?






Options:-

Puff Daddy
Pork Scratching
P Diddly
P Dawg

Q 6. Kim Kardashian tried to break the internet with her world-famous derriere, but somehow the internet kept ticking along. But do you know what 'Kardashian' means?



Options:-
'Lard dispenser' in Greek
'Stone Carver' in Armenian
'Fishmonger' in Turkish
'Big peach' in Albanian

Q 7. There's no more entertaining place than the Moulin Rouge. But in which European city would you go to find it?




Options:-

Paris
London
Madrid
Berlin

Q 8. 'Les Miserables' is one of the most successful musicals of all time. Do you know which of these songs is sung by the tragic Fantine?




Option:-

Who Am I?
I Dreamed a Dream
Do You Hear the People Sing?
At the End of the Day

Q 9. Tim Burton is known for his surreal films. But which of these isn't one of his creations?




Options:-

Pan's Labyrinth
Edward Scissorhands
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Corpse Bride

Q 10. Teletubbies, ludicrously popular, whatever on earth they are. But do you know which one was yellow?




Option:-

Tinky Winky
Po
Dipsy
La La

Q 11. 'Shrek' is a film choc-a-block with characters from fairy tales. Which of these does not make an appearance in the original film?





Options:-

Peter Pan
The Gingerbread Man
The Muffin Man
Big Bad Wolf

Q 12. Complete the theme tune for the cartoon based on alley cats. "Top Cat! The ______ leader of the gang."



Options:-
Irresectable
Undeniable
Irrefutable
Indisputable

Q 13. Cher is known for having a loyal (and fabulous) gay fanbase. But can you complete this quote of hers: "Gay guys like a certain kind of woman. They like a _____woman that's ______."




Options:-

Powerful, vulnerable
Dangerous, divine
Flamboyant, broken
Strong, sexy

Q 14. Dorothy has a mad old time in the Wizard of Oz. But how many times does she have to clink her ruby slippers together to get home?




Option:-

Once
Four times
Twice
Thrice

Q 15. Charlie's Angels was quintessential 1970s entertainment. But do you know what the original proposed name was?






Options:-

 Billy's Angels
Alley Cats
The Jackals
Flame Girls

Q 16. These guys left a big footprint on the world of entertainment. But in which UK city would you find this plaque?



Options:-

Oxford
Cambridge
York
London

Q 17. The word 'Disney' is synonymous with entertainment. Which country would you travel to to experience THIS Disney experience?




Options:-

Japan
France
Australia
America

Q 18. Which band sang a song that reached number 1 in the UK in 1971 about this glamorous piece of farming equipment?




Option:-

The Wurzles
The Wombles
Wheatus
Wham!

Q 19. A true fan of The Chronicles of Narnia knows which color refers to which book. With that in mind, which book is missing?



Options:-

Prince Caspian
The Silver Chair
The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
The Magicians Nephew

Q 20. Here is one of the all-time greats in the world of entertainment. Which of these songs is in her repertoire?




Option:-

Strange Fruit
It's Only a Paper Moon
At Last
Summer Time

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