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Another Common Bond Quiz from Dave
10Q CB Easy
"Young ladies tied to railroad tracks! Villains in top hats twirling moustaches and chuckling evilly. Do I need to give you more of a clue?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
The definition of this object could be:
"The central stone in an arch; the wedge-shaped stone at the highest point of an arch that locks the others in place".
What is it?
Born Melvin Kaminsky, who directed, among other films, 'Blazing Saddles', 'Spaceballs' and 'Dracula: Dead and Loving It'?
Keenan Ivory Wayans
What name is shared by the following people: David ____ George, a British politician; Andrew ____ Webber, a British composer; and ____ Honeyghan, a British Boxer?
Which 'Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire', who was born in 1889 and died on Christmas day in 1977, was re-buried in Switzerland under six feet of concrete after his body was stolen?
Full name or Surname only.
(7 letters and 7 letters - A Great Dictator?)
The name of a song released by Three Dog Night in 1972, a Scotch Whisky and a slang term for, typically, an American police car all share the same three word phrase. What is it?
Bubble Gum Machine
Made From Girders
The Hard Stuff
Black and White
Incorporating such types as 'Scat', 'Dixieland' and 'Be-Bop', one of the greatest exponents of this type of music is considered to be Ella Fitzgerald. What is the name for this particular genre of music?
(One Word - 4 letters. - All that....)
1) An offensive term for a sexually promiscuous female.
2) The sound of horse's hooves.
3) A long journey on foot.
All of these are definitions for what?
What name was adopted by both Diane, who played Kay Adams-Corleone in 'The Godfather', and Michael, who played the title role in both 'Batman' and 'Batman Returns'? Both are American thespians.
Believe it or not, this song was composed in 1928 by Kurt Weill with lyrics by Bertolt Brecht for a musical drama with the English title 'The Threepenny Opera'. Brought to the US pop charts by Louis Armstrong in 1956, it is probably best known for Bobby Darin's rendition in 1959. What is the missing word from this song title: '___ The Knife'
Now you have nine clues to the mystery answer. Specifically, what is it I am thinking of? (Two words; six letters each).
(Two Words - 6 letters and 6 letters. SSHHHH! the Silver Screen)
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