Quiz Number 90

Published: Thursday 2nd July 2015
  1. According to Jonathan Swift's novel "Gulliver's Travels", what is the capital of the island nation Lilliput?
  2. Which two countries fought the so-called "Winter War' of 1939/40?
  3. What is the name of the main family featured in TV's "Family Guy"?
  4. Which Scottish football club were winners of the European Cup Winners Cup in 1982/3?
  5. Which songs containing "Car" in their title were UK top 5 hits for the following artists,[a] Gary Numan (1979), [b] David Hasselhoff (2006), [c] Madness (1979), [d] Christina Aguilera (2004) and [e] Tracey Chapman (1988)?
  6. Which American President was assassinated in 1881?
  7. Which English football clubs have the following nicknames, [a] The Rams, [b] The Quakers, [c] The Shakers, [d] The Seagulls and [e] The Posh?
  8. The popular hymn "The Lord is my Shepherd" is based upon which of the psalms?
  9. What does the acronym MRSA, as in the hospital acquired infection stand for?
  10. Which seven nations attended the G7 summit in June 2015?
  11. Played by Roger Moore on TV and Val Kilmer on the big screen, what was the Saint's name?
  12. By what other name is the creature the Goanna known by?
  13. Nassau is the capital of The Bahamas, but on which of the islands is it situated?
  14. Who played the role of Batman's arch-enemy The Joker in the following movies, [a] Batman (1966), [b] The dark Knight (2008) and [c] Batman (1989)?
  15. What was the currency of Slovenia prior to the adoption of the Euro in 2007?
  16. Which two London stadia staged matches in the 1966 World Cup?
  17. In which movie from 1986 did Paul Newman reprise his role of Fast Eddie Felson from the 1961 film "The Hustler"?
  18. How many incisors should a healthy human adult have?
  19. Which five British cities begin with the letter "P"?
  20. Which prog-rock band released the 1973 album "Brain Salad Surgery"?
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