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1. In what profession was Jean Henri Fabre famous?
2. He was the first English footballer to sell for more than a million pounds when he moved from Birmingham City to Nottingham Forest for a record-breaking transfer fee in 1979. Who was this expensive centre-forward?
3. This Austrian aristocrat took an unfortunate wrong turn in 1914 which had far greater consequences than a traffic ticket. Who was he?
4. This Italian film director who died in 1993 is widely recognised as one of the greatest of all times. His output includes "La Dolce Vita" and "La Strada". Who is he?
5. The period drama "Downton Abbey" (or as I've heard it called, "Aren't Rich People Wonderful") has been an unexpected export hit for UK television, screening on 220 stations to a world audience of over 120 million. Which F was responsible for its writing?
6. Who is the cultured British polymath who played the ultimate servant Jeeves in "Jeeves and Wooster" (1990-1993), wrote several best selling novels and autobiographies, and was the suave and erudite host of the popular BBC TV quiz show "QI" when it first aired in 2003?
7. Bruce Foxton was the bassist with which famous UK Punk/New Wave band?
8. This war criminal and SS-General had the 'distinction' of being Hitler's brother-in-law. Who was he?
9. This British artist has a portfolio that spans the spaceship designs for the "Guardians of the Galaxy" (2014) movie, many book and album covers, and the interior illustrations of "The Joy of Sex" (published in 1972). Who is he?
10. This Austrian doctor, although trained as a neurologist, is far more famous for founding psychoanalysis. What's his name?
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