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#310004 - Fri Jun 23 2006 01:57 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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ROUND 21 questions

Quote:

1) Any major character from the first series of the TV series "Lost" (2004)
2) A word of three letters or more that can be made from th letters in word ANTIQUE (no letter can be used twice)
3) any of the major categories used at www.ebay.com
4) A feature movie that has the word "Doll" in its title (movies made for TV and foreign language movie are not allowed)
5) Name a species of puffin (there are only four species)




This round will be open to at least Sunday night my time i.e. 48 hours from now.

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#310005 - Sat Jun 24 2006 07:03 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 24 will be a little late, but will show up eventually. It's been a busy weekend!

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#310006 - Sun Jun 25 2006 06:24 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 20 Results

9 players

1. A human tooth (the different types of incisors, premolars, and molars are separate answers).

10 points - central incisor, first premolar, third molar

5 points - lateral incisor (4), second premolar (2)

2. A type of fabric pattern. (I realize this is pretty unspecific. I will accept most anything.)

10 points - charmeuse, embroidered, simplicity, houndstooth, muslin, gingham, chinoiserie

5 points - paisley (2)

3. One of the top two finalists in any season of American Idol.

10 points - Taylor Hicks, Diana DeGarmo

5 points - Clay Aiken (3), Bo Bice (2), Kelly Clarkson (2)

4. A character on the SNES (Super Nintendo) game "Street Fighter 2".

10 points - Sagat, Ryu, Zangief

5 points - Dhalsim (4), Blanka (2)

5. A nation involved in the Central American Free Trade Agreement. (Excluding the Dominican Republic as it was added later and became the DR-CAFTA)

10 points - El Salvador, Costa Rica, Guatemala

5 points - Honduras (3), Nicaragua (3)

Scores:

40 points - glamel, Leo, Wipa

35 points - ren, maggie, vogon

30 points - gatsby, mugaboo, howie

Congrats to glamel, LeoDaVinci, and Wipa for a point each!
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#310007 - Mon Jun 26 2006 01:32 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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I'll post my new round later today.
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#310008 - Mon Jun 26 2006 09:43 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 26

This round is all about events that happened on June 26th.

1. In 1870 Wagner's opera Valkyrie premiered in Munich. Tell me another Wagner opera.
2. 1924 Ziegfeld Follies open on Broadway.Tell me someone who appeared in them during any year.
3. In 1946 Fred Allen had his last radio broadcast. His guest was Jack Benny. I'm looking for a movie that Jack Benny was in.
4. 1973 saw the premiere of the London production of Grease. Tell me a song from Grease.
5. 1981 "For Your Eyes Only" premiers in the US. Name a cast member.


Edited by wdwfla (Mon Jun 26 2006 09:44 AM)
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#310009 - Mon Jun 26 2006 11:48 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 24

1. On June 24, 2005, Paul Winchell, American voice actor and ventriloquist, died. Name a character that he voiced in the movies or on television.
2. On June 24, 1901, American composer Harry Partch was born. Name a musical instrument he designed and built from scratch.
3. On June 24, 1995, the New Jersey Devils won the Stanley Cup. Name another hockey team that won the Stanley Cup in the 90's.
4. On June 24, 1880, O Canada, the song that would become Canada's national anthem, was performed for the first time. Name another country's national anthem.
5. On June 24, 1901, Pablo Piccaso's first exhibition opened. Name any of his works.

This will be open until at least Friday - give a yell if you need help on any of the questions!


Edited by cinnam0n (Mon Jun 26 2006 08:57 PM)

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#310010 - Mon Jun 26 2006 12:36 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Tuesday 27th June
1.Something you associate with Australia
2.Something you associate with Summertime
3.Something you can collect (eg antiques)
4.Something you would associate with the ambulance service
5.Something you’d see on the beach
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#310011 - Mon Jun 26 2006 05:10 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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I said today for closing the trivia round I set last Thursday, but I'm so behind that it will have to wait until tomorrow. Sorry!

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#310012 - Tue Jun 27 2006 03:17 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 21 is closed.

Sorry I am so late but I tried for several hours last night to get onto the board but the board seemed to be down, or at least was having major problems.

I will post answers and scores as soon as I have taken my son to school and done some shopping.

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#310013 - Tue Jun 27 2006 04:32 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 22 is now closed too. I'll do my sums and post the results as soon as I can.

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#310014 - Tue Jun 27 2006 05:05 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 22 - 7 players

1) Name a film or book in which loss of memory is an important element of the plot.

For 10 points
"Corpses are Forever", "Anastasia", "50 First Dates", "Memory and Dream" by Charles de Lint, "Marune:Alastor 993" by Jack Vance
For 5 points
"The Bourne Identity" (2)

2) A song title which mentions either Memory or Memories.
For 10 points
"Memory Gongs", "Maybe Memories", "Memories", "Memory Town", "Memory of Trees", "Memory Song", "Previous Memories"
For 5 points
None!

3) Memento Mori was written by Muriel Spark. Name one of her other novels.

For 10 points

"The Ballad of Peckham Rye", "The Takeover", "Girls of Slender Means", "Far Cry from Kensington", "The Driver's Seat"

For 5 points
"The Abbess of Crewe" (2)

4)Ophelia in Hamlet speaks of 'Rosemary for remembrance'. Name another herb.
For 10 points
"Ruta graveolens, Rue, Herb-of-Grace", Roman Chamomile, Oregano, Fenugreek, Sage, Basil, Savory

For 5 points
None!

5)'You must remember this' is a line from the song 'As Time Goes By' in Casablanca. Name another line from the song.

For 10 points
"And no matter what the progress", "Yet we get a trifle weary", "And man must have his mate", "No matter what the future brings"

For 5 points

"Hearts full of passion, jealousy and hate" (3)

Scores -

Cinnam0n - 50
Ren33 - 45
Gatsby - 45
Howie - 45
Vogon - 45
Mugaboo - 45
Glamel - 40

Well done to Cinnam0n who just had the edge on the rest - a well deserved point!
Excellent results everyone!

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#310015 - Tue Jun 27 2006 09:24 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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ANSWERS TO ROUND 21 - 9 people played

1) Any major character from the first series of the TV series "Lost" (2004)

Worth 10 points
Shannon Rutherford. Boone Carlyle, Jin-Soo Kwon, Walt Lloyd, Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes, Michael Dawson, Sun Kwon

Worth 5 points
John Locke (2)

2) A word of three letters or more that can be made from th letters in word ANTIQUE (no letter can be used twice)

Worth 10 points
Tune, auntie, tinea, quinate, tan, net, quant

Worth 5 points
Quaint (2)

3) any of the major categories used at www.ebay.com

Worth 10 points
Real Estate, Used Cars, Entertainment, Toys and Hobbies

Worth 5 points
Pottery & Glass (3), Musical Instruments (2)

4) A feature movie that has the word "Doll" in its title (movies made for TV and foreign language movie are not allowed)

Worth 10 points
"Sinthia, the Devil Doll (1961)", "The French Doll", "Baby Doll Forever", "The Doll Squad"

Worth 5 points
"Summer of the Seventh Doll" (2), "he Devil Doll (1964)" (3)

Name a species of puffin (there are only four species)

Worth 5 points
Atlantic Puffin (4), Tufted Puffin (F. cirrhata)(3), Horned Puffin (F corniculata) (2)

No-one mentioned the Rhinoceros Auklet, which despite its name and appeatance, is a puffin.

SCORES

45 points - Cinnam0n, Howie72

40 points - Gatsby772, ren33, Leo DaVinci
35 points - vogon, glamel
30 points - Mugaboo
25 points - MaggieG

Congratulations to Cinnam0n and Howie72

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#310016 - Wed Jun 28 2006 11:20 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 23 will close in about 24 hours, my questions cannot have been spectacular enough.

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#310017 - Thu Jun 29 2006 02:58 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Howie, be assured, your quiz was , in a word, spectacular. I said so.
Now we come to June 29
Having covered the weather, and other fascinating topics, I am afraid I am, this time, reduced to looking up the events of this day in the past. Sorry,but it has been a heavy week , we broke up from school.
1. June 29th 1941- Hitler advanced into Leningrad. Name a member of Hitler's government.
2 Another bully: On June 29th 1997, Mike Tyson bit off part of the ear of Evander Holyfield. Name another boxer that this delightful character fought in the 90s.
3 June 29th 1956 Marilyn Monroe married Arthur Miller. Name one of his plays.
4 Name a movie in which Marilyn is featured in the cast list.
5 29th June 1577 an amazing painter , Peter Paul Rubens was born. Name a painting he did between 1620 and 1640.
Thanks all XX S


Edited by ren33 (Thu Jun 29 2006 03:06 AM)
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#310018 - Thu Jun 29 2006 08:30 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Loc: Virginia USA
Round 28 questions


1. A character with the last name of North in Yours, Mine and Ours, from 1968.

2. A state which borders North Carolina.

3. A member nation of NATO which joined after 1949.

4. An aircraft which was manufactured by North American Aviation (later North American Rockwell Corporation).

5. Name a member of the Hazard family from the 1985 miniseries North and South.
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#310019 - Thu Jun 29 2006 01:22 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 27 - closed
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#310020 - Thu Jun 29 2006 01:27 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Posts: 14480
Loc: North West of England
1. Something you associate with Australia
For Ten Points:
Platypus, Wombat, Bush fires in summer, Lindy Chamberlain (dingo/murdered child incident), Kuu( ), Didgeridoo, Captain James Cook, Billabong, Bilby (a rabbit), Rugby losses to the All Blacks,
For Five Points:
Ten Points to all!
Not mentioned:
Sun, Kangaroos, Boomerangs and more


2. Something you associate with Summertime
For Ten Points:
Windsurfing, Typhoons, Sun-bathing, Blow-flies, Porgy & Bess (the show that originated the song 'Summertime'), Mosquitoes, Deck Chairs, Midnight sun, Freckles, My birthday,
For Five Points:
Ten Points to all!
Not mentioned:
Holidays, Rain, Suitcases and more


3. Something you can collect (eg antiques)
For Ten Points:
Dust( ), Jade, Lighters, TV Guides, Thimbles, Postcards, phantom comics, stamps,
For Five Points:
Pub Coasters/ Beer mats (2),
Not mentioned:
Coins, Key rings, Pens and more


4. Something you would associate with the ambulance service
For Ten Points:
Body Bags, Gentleness and caring, Emergency medical technicians, Tubes, Speed, Stretchers, Accidents, Ambulances,
For Five Points:
Heart-Start automatic defibrillators/ defibrillators (2),
Not mentioned:
Flashing lights, oxygen masks, Emergency service and more


5. Something you’d see on the beach
For Ten Points:
A mistral board, Umbrellas, Life Guard, Topless bathers, Volleyballs, Beach Balls, Jellyfish, Surfers, Dried seaweed, Sand,
For Five Points:
Ten Points to all!
Not mentioned:
Sand castles, Brass band, children and more


Competitors - 10!
Cinnam0n – 50
Frøya – 50
Gatsby – 50
Glamel – 50
Howie – 50
Leo - 50
Mugaboo – 50
Ren - 50

Maggie – 40
Vogon – 40


Whew! Well done too... Cinnam0n,Frøya, Gats, Glamel, Howie, Leo, Mugaboo and Ren!
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#310021 - Thu Jun 29 2006 11:17 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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As there have been no new victims in the last 24 hours, Round 23 is officially closed.

Results will be posted as soon. As Ren is now a moderator, I am wondering if I gave her a perfect 50 points just to keep on her good side, whether anyone would be brave enough to protest...


Edited by Howie72 (Thu Jun 29 2006 11:19 PM)

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#310022 - Fri Jun 30 2006 12:25 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 23 Results

We have 8 wonderful victims this time.

1) The Turks and Caicos Islands are located southeast of Miami. Only 8 of the 40 islands are inhabited so please give me the name of one of these 8 islands.
10 Points: South Caicos, North Caicos
5 Points: Salt Cay (2), Middle Caicos (2), Pine Cay (2)
Not Mentioned: Grand Turk, Providenciales, Parrot Cay

2) The 2010 World Rowing Championships are to be held at Lake Karapiro in New Zealand. Please give me the name of a venue that held the World Rowing Championships in the 1990s.
10 Points: 1992-Montreal, Canada, 1997-Aiguebelette, France
5 Points: 1995-Kaukajaervi, Tampere, Finland (4), 1996-Strathclyde Country Park, Motherwell, Scotland (2)
Not Mentioned: 1990-Lake Barrington Tasmania, Australia, 1991-Vienna, Austria, 1993-Roudnice, Racice, Czech Republic, 1994-Eagle Creek, Indianapolis, USA, 1998-Fuehlingen, Cologne, Germany, 1999-St. Catharines, Canada

3) New Zealand's soccer/football team have played 8 times so far this year. Please give me the name of a country they have played in 2006.
10 Points: Malaysia, Chile, Hungary, Estonia
5 Points: Georgia (2), Brazil (2)
Not Mentioned: All mentioned

4) Please give me the name of a country that borders Chad.
10 Points: Niger
5 Points: Sudan (3), Cameroon (2), Libya (2)
Not Mentioned: Central African Republic, Nigeria

5) Alex Cross is a character created by the author James Patterson. Please give me the name of a published novel that Alex Cross has appeared in.
10 Points: "Pop Goes the Weasel", "Roses are Red", "Violets are Blue", "Four Blind Mice"
5 Points: "Along Came A Spider" (2), "The Big Bad Wolf" (2)
Not Mentioned: "Kiss the Girls", "Jack & Jill", "Cat & Mouse", "London Bridges", "Mary, Mary"

Just a couple of observations before we get to the all important results:
1) Finland seems to be a popular country with 4 out of 8 supplying this answer. I wonder if this is because people think a fin could be useful in rowing.
2) Someone, who shall remain nameless, must have been a bit hungry when sending through his/her answers. He/she answered Cameroon because it sounded like a cake . A pity I cannot give bonus points.

Now for the results:
45 points - LeoDaVinci
35 points - Gatsby, Glamel, Vogon
30 points - Ren, Mugaboo, CinnamOn
25 points - Maggie

Once again a big thank you to all that played and congratulations to this round's clear winner--LeoDaVinci.

Time for me to disappear until next week so I will bid you a good night and hope to see you next time.

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#310023 - Fri Jun 30 2006 05:46 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Registered: Wed Aug 11 2004
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Loc: Alabama USA
Round 30

All about movies. For each answer, TV movies will not be accepted nor will movies in which the actor did not have a credited role.

Name a movie starring...

1. Robert Redford
2. Lauren Bacall
3. Josh Lucas
4. Margaret O'Brien
5. Frank Sinatra

And this will be my last time hosting a triva round, at least for awhile. I told Jane that, regretfully, I need to take a break from hosting. Earlier this month I was promoted to a new job where I work, and the new position is taking a lot of my time. I'll still play in the rounds as I can, and hopefully at some point in the future I can return as a host. Best wishes to my replacement! It's been fun! This round will close next Tuesday.

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#310024 - Fri Jun 30 2006 06:47 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Loc: Virginia USA
Sorry so late

Round 14 results - 12 players

Q1. An actor or actress who played a character with the last name of Prescott in You Can Count on Me (2000).

10 points: Rory Culkin, Amy Ryan

5 points: Laura Linney (2), Peter Kerwin (3), Mark Ruffalo (3), Whitney Vance (2)

not mentioned: Michael Countryman


Q2. The last name of a UB40 bandmember (past or present).

10 points: Brown, Virtue, Wilson

5 points: Travers (4), Hassan (2), Falconer (3)

not mentioned: Campbell, Tenue, Meredith, Perry

Q3. Someone famous with the last name of Douglas.

10 points: Norman Douglas, Lord Alfred Bruce Douglas, Nathan Douglas, Aaron Douglas, Michael John Douglas (aka Michael Keaton)

5 points: Donna Douglas (3), Kirk Douglas (2), Gavin Douglas (2)

not mentioned: Melvyn Douglas, Michael Douglas


Q4. The last name of a cast member from the 2006 tour of Smucker's Stars On Ice.

10 points: Zimmerman, Ina, Berezhnaya, Browning

5 points: Pelletier (2), Sikharulidze (3), Robinson (3)

not mentioned: Yagudin, Sale, Eldredge, Sato, Dungjen, Cousins


Q5. A character on the TV series Knots Landing who had the last name of Fairgate (at any time).

10 points: Michael

5 points: Linda (5), Eric (4), Sid (2)

not mentioned; Karen, Abby, Annie, Paul


SCORES

40 - Leo, Cinnam0n
35 - Howie
30 - Gatsby, Ren, Mugaboo, Jimjih, Froya, Vogon, Maggie
25 - Wipa, Glamel



Thanks for playing everyone, and a point to each of our winners, Leo & Cinnam0n
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#310025 - Fri Jun 30 2006 09:53 PM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Due to computer problems I will be posting the results of my round tomorrow morning. Sorry about the delay.
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#310026 - Sat Jul 01 2006 06:14 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Posts: 6736
Loc: Pennsylvania USA
Round 24 will be closing in a few hours if anyone wants to get in at the last minute!

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#310027 - Sat Jul 01 2006 09:47 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 26 8 Players

1. In 1870 Wagner's opera Valkyrie premiered in Munich. Tell me another Wagner opera.
10 Points - Tristan & Isolde, Das Liebesverbot, Lohengrin, Parsifal
5 Points - Tannhauser, The Flying Dutchman
2. 1924 Ziegfeld Follies open on Broadway.Tell me someone who appeared in them during any year.
10 Points - Marilyn Miller, Mitzi Mayfair, Gene Kelly, Ed Wynn, Buddy Ebsen, Eddie Dowling, Vivienne Segal, John Bubbles
3. In 1946 Fred Allen had his last radio broadcast. His guest was Jack Benny. I'm looking for a movie that Jack Benny was in.
10 Points - Love Thy Neighbor, Cab Waiting, The Horn Blows At Midnight, George Washington Slept Here, The Man, Broadway Melody of 1936
5 Points - Charley's Aunt
4. 1973 saw the premiere of the London production of Grease. Tell me a song from Grease.
10 Points - Freddy My Love, Rock n Roll Party Queen, You're The One That I Want, Born To Hand Jive, Summer Nights, Look At Me I'm Sandra Dee
5 Points - There Are Worse Things I Could Do
5. 1981 "For Your Eyes Only" premiers in the US. Name a cast member.
10 Points - Julian Glover, Lois Maxwell, Lynn-Holly Johnson, Toby Robins, John Wells, Walter Gotell
5 Points - Cassandra Harris

Scores
50 - Ren33, Mugaboo, Cinnam0n
45 - MaggieG
40 - Gatsby, Glamel, Vogon
35 - Froya

Another great round. Congratulations to Ren33, Mugaboo and Cinnam0n
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#310028 - Sat Jul 01 2006 11:44 AM Re: June Trivia Rounds
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Round 16 Results:

Sorry for such a delay!

1. Name a vehicle currently manufactured by Ford.

10 points: Freestar, Fusion, Five Hundred, Ka, Transit, Ranger, Mercury Mariner

5 points: Focus (2), Streetka (2)

2. Name a novel written by Joyce Carol Oates.

10 points: Freaky Green Eyes, American Appetites, Missing Mom, Marya: A Life, The Falls, I’ll Take You There

5 points: Blonde (2), Mysteries at Winterthurn (2)

Not accepted: I Am No One You Know, which is a short story collection.

3. Name one of Abraham Lincoln’s sons.

10 points: No one

5 points: Robert Todd Lincoln (4), William Wallace Lincoln (4), Thomas Tad Lincoln (3)

No one mentioned Edward Baker Lincoln!

4. Name a film that is set in Ireland for a significant portion of the movie.

10 points: The Quiet Man, Ulysses, Circle of Friends, Darby O’Gill and the Little People, H3, Laws of Attraction, The MatchMaker, Dancing at Lughnasa, Far and Away

5 points: The Commitments (2)

5. Give me a word of four letters or more from PRANKSTER.

10 points: sneak, strake, skater, perk, stern, trek, enrapt, terns, sprat

5 points: strap (2)


Scores for 11 players:

45 points!
Gatsby722
Cinnam0n
Mugaboo
Froya


40 points!
Wipa
Ren33
LeoDaVinci

35 points!
Glamel
Howie72
Vogon

25 points!
MaggieG



A big congrats to our four winners in this round! Thanks for playing, everyone.

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