Saturday, September 17, 2016

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Pete <>: Sep 16 08:09PM (Mark Brader) wrote in news:ieydnQ7b5bi5xUfKnZ2dnUU7-
> 2. What Pennsylvania town did Billy Joel pay tribute to, in his
> song about its blue-collar residents coping with the decline
> and closure of a steel mill?
> loosely connected anecdotes.
> 5. Which city does Graham Nash sing of, in reference to riots in
> 1968 and those who went on trial for intent to incite them?
> the musical "Chess", a new-wave/disco hit finds the protagonist
> denouncing this city's Chao Phraya River ["chow prah-YAH"]
> and Wat Pho statue. Name the city.
Phnom Penh
> for this one.
> 9. Ian Hunter wrote the song that was the opening theme for the
> Drew Carey Show from 1997 to 2004. Name the city in the title.
> 10. A 1972 hit by the Guess Who mentions Moose Jaw, Moosomin,
> Red Deer, Terrace, and Medicine Hat. But another city is in
> the title -- which one is that?
> round we test your familiarity with different movie franchises.
> 1. Before last year, the last live-action "Star Wars" movie appeared
> in 2005. Give *either* its episode number or its subtitle.
Revenge of the Sith
> numbers when the Next Generation cast joined the series.
> The last of the numbered movies was released in 1991.
> Give either its sequence number or its subtitle.
> 2006, and 2009.
> 5. There were 7 novels in the Harry Potter series, but 8 movies.
> Give the *full title* of the *7th movie*, from 2010.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part One
> 6. There was one novel "The Hobbit", but it became three movies.
> Give the subtitle of the last one, released in 2014.
Battle of the Five Armies
> 7. We need a two-part answer here. Name any actor who played James
> Bond in a movie *after* Sean Connery, *and* name the *first*
> movie that that actor played him in.
Roger Moore, Live and Let Die; Roger Moore, Moonraker
> all made in the 1930s. You might know him better as the title
> character of a TV series with a different star, which ran from
> 1957 to 1966. Name the *character*.
Perry Mason
Pete Gayde
Pete <>: Sep 16 07:28PM

Calvin <> wrote in
> 1 Who directed the Oscar-wining 1987 film "Full Metal Jacket"?
> 3 Which one-hit wonder released the 1982 single "Come On, Eileen"?
> 4 Who was the producer of the TV series "Starsky & Hutch" and
> "Beverly Hills 91210"?
> Britain in 1920?
> 6 Nadsat was a slang language in which dystopian
> 1962 novel, later made into a film starring Malcolm McDowell?
A Clockwork Orange
> 7 The two official languages of Finland are Finnish and which other
> language?
> 8 The centre of the country's high-tech industries,
> which city is nicknamed "India's Silicon Valley"?
> outside a glass jar?
> cheers,
> calvin
Pete Gayde
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