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The Amazing Non-Common Bond Quiz
Mixed 10 Q. Very Difficult [C]
"Each of these questions is quite astonishingly unrelated to the others. Amalgamate the answers to the first 9 questions, and gasp in shock when you see that the answer to question #10 is not even remotely hinted at!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
The well-known scene near the end of John Ford's film version of "The Grapes of Wrath" in which Tom Joad tells Ma that he has to leave the family-- arguably one of the greatest moments in film history-- is unusual for at least one reason that cannot be gleaned from watching or rewatching the movie. What is it?
One of the "Little Rascals" was originally in it, but ended up on the cutting-room floor
Fonda's voice was dubbed
It was shot in one take
Jane Darwell (Ma Joad) died immediately after the scene was shot
In 1972, an unusual baseball trade took place involving pitchers Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson. What was unusual about the trade?
They traded wives and families
Peterson objected to the trade and challenged the "reserve clause"
The trade was immediately voided for reasons never made public
They later became teammates, and discovered a common ancestors
Which squinty-eyed, diminutive and LOUD comedian is known for going into character and doing extended riffs and rants in the personae of an old Jewish man, Jerry Seinfeld, Dracula/Lugosi, a senile Groucho Marx, and even Arthur Godfrey?
In New York State, the statute of limitations for medical malpractice is what time period?
2 and1/2 years
Who is Ian Smith?
The former Prime Minister of Rhodesia
Liberal MP who once called Margaret Thatcher a "witch"
Goalie for the Red Wings, circa 67-75
The top driver in harness racing
We have all heard of the "handwriting on the wall," but just what the heck was it?
"Who is John Galt?"
"Ven mein bubbe zul huben baitzim..."
"Kilroy was here"
"Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin"
Which central European country speaks a language totally unrelated to that of its neighbors?
What is the next word in this famous Shakespearean quote?
"Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him....
A wonderful art museum can be found at Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, athwart the Brandywine River near the Pennsylvania-Delaware border. What is unusual about this museum?
It was built by Frank Lloyd Wright and is circular.
It houses only the work of John Jacob Audubon
It can only be visited by appointment
It houses the work of a productive and famous family of artists
Trainer Woody Stephens, who through the 80's and 90's won with as many first-time starters as just about any trainer, anywhere, used Eddie Maple as his jockey on most of these budding superstars. On one unusual horse, however, he used Joe Brocklebank as his rider. Who was this soon-to-be-legendary animal?
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