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A Pilgrims Common Bond
  A Pilgrim's Common Bond editor best quiz   best quiz  
Photo Quiz
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Nine pilgrims take on a journey to re-create a famous tale from literature. As they ride to their destination each tells a story of their life that will lead us to the famous person that links them all.
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  Chase the Common Bond   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
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The answers to the first nine questions should lead you to the identity of the bond, in this case a person. There's a clue in the title as well.
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  Hang On a Minute...   best quiz  
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An Ordinary Common Bond
The answers to the first nine questions will lead you to the identity of the common bond, which is a common item that almost everyone has used.
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  A Seasonal Common Bond   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
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The answers to the first nine questions will suggest the common bond, which is something entertaining, about which one might dream.
Easier, 10 Qns, spanishliz, Dec 16 23
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  Holidazed and Confused 2   great trivia quiz  
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Another Uncommonly Common Bond Quiz
Your mission, Mr. Bond: The first nine questions of this Common Bond Quiz deal with all sorts of eclectic information. The answers may seem unrelated, so you will need to figure out the connection in order to answer Question 10. Bonne chance...
Easier, 10 Qns, JepRD, Nov 27 23
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  Odd One Out / Common Bond   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
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Find the odd one out in the first nine questions, then look for a thematic connection linking your choices to answer the tenth question.
Easier, 10 Qns, looney_tunes, Mar 09 24
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  Catreona's Common Bond   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
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Answers 1 through 9 should remind you of names that are all related to Answer 10, which is a vital part of the U.S. government.
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  Clevercatz's Second Common Bond Quiz   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
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The first nine answers should lead you to a prominent literary figure.
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  An Entertaining Common Bond    
Multiple Choice
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The first nine answers have something in common. Can you find the link?
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  The Answer's Right Before Your Very Eyes    
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An Uncommonly Common Bond Quiz
Once in a generation, there is a quiz that strikes the fancy of the multitudes and changes the direction of history. This is not that quiz. This is just a little old Common Bond thing that might amuse a few true FunTrivia aficionados.
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trivia question Quick Question
What tradition may stem from being abducted with a blanket over one's head?

From Quiz "A Geographical Common Bond"

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A Common Bond Quiz
A quiz like this is commonly called a Common Bond Quiz. The first nine questions deal with all sorts of eclectic information. At first, the answers seem unconnected; you will need to figure out the connection in order to answer Question 10. Good luck!
Average, 10 Qns, JepRD, Nov 16 23
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  Masfon's Sixth Common Bond   top quiz  
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This quiz consists of nine seemingly unrelated things which will all connect the answer to question ten. The answers to the first nine questions should lead you to a famous statesman in question ten.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, masfon, Oct 14 23
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  Masfon's Fifth Common Bond Quiz   great trivia quiz  
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This quiz consists of nine seemingly unrelated things which will all connect to the answer to question ten. The answers to the first nine questions should lead you to a famous artist in question ten.
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  A Musical Common Bond    
Multiple Choice
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The first nine answers are all related in some way, and the tenth answer is the common bond. The answer to this quiz will have you either busting a move or running for water!
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  Made of Steel   best quiz  
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'Made of Steel' is a song by Our Lady Peace, and it also gave me the idea for this quiz: a quiz with a common bond featuring a certain city. Use the first nine answers to help you find the tenth.
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Common Bond 10 Questions Trivia Questions

1. Which state is home to an annual 500 mile race on a track known as The Brickyard?

From Quiz
Chase the Common Bond

Answer: Indiana

The Brickyard is the nickname of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home each May to the Indianapolis 500 motor race. The track is a two and a half mile (4 km) long oval, so the 500 mile race involves 200 laps of the track. Also described as a "rounded rectangle" the track opened in 1909 as an unpaved gravel and tar track, which proved to be rather treacherous. The entire surface was paved with bricks for safety reasons, giving rise to the nickname, and 1911 saw the first running of the "500". After the First World War, parts of the track were gradually paved with tarmac/asphalt replacing the bricks, until by 1961 only the Yard of Bricks at the the Start/Finish line remained. Indiana is situated in the midwestern United States, and is nicknamed the Hoosier State.

2. Which conflict saw Canadian troops involved in an ill-conceived raid on the port of Dieppe?

From Quiz A Seasonal Common Bond

Answer: World War II

The Second World War (WWII) raged from 1939 until 1945, involving most of the countries that were in existence at that time in one way or another. The raid on the French port of Dieppe in August 1942 was meant as a dress rehearsal for the invasion of Europe (successfully carried out two years later), but fell short of success. Many of the Canadian troops in the forefront of the battle were killed, wounded or taken prisoner by the Germans. Two Canadians, and one British commando officer received the Victoria Cross for their courage on that day.

3. Auto magnate Henry, 38th US President Gerald and superstar actor Harrison all share this last name.

From Quiz The Answer's Right Before Your Very Eyes

Answer: Ford

In fact, the name Ford comes from an Old English word meaning "a shallow river crosswalk". Pitcher Whitey, model Eileen and Jesse James nemesis Robert also share the last name Ford.

4. Here's a little Common Bond Quiz within a Common Bond Quiz: What first name binds these three actors -- Burnett, Channing and Kane?

From Quiz Holidazed and Confused 2

Answer: Carol

The given name Carol is a feminine take on the name Charles. For whatever reason, the three famous Carols in question were predominantly comic actors. The woman in Chuck Berry's song "Carol", was reputed to be a pretty good dancer.

5. What word is used to describe a person appointed by a court to oversee another person's assets in order to enforce the repayment of a debt?

From Quiz Hang On a Minute...

Answer: Receiver

When a person or company can't pay their debts, a receiver is sometimes appointed to make arrangements for the liquidation of assets to enable payment. A creditor is the person (or company) to whom such debts are owed, whilst a teller is an employee of a bank. A receptacle is something into which other things can be put, like a box or a bag.

6. The 1896 French film "Le Manoir du Diablo" is considered the first movie of what popular genre?

From Quiz Holidazed and Confused

Answer: Horror

Directed by George Melies, the black-and-white silent movie depicts encounters between the Devil and a sword-wielding cavalier. The film was thought to be lost or destroyed until 1988, when a print was discovered in New Zealand's film archive.

7. Which former member of the Royal Ballet became a judge on the British show "Strictly Come Dancing" in 2009?

From Quiz Clevercatz's Second Common Bond Quiz

Answer: Darcey Bussell

Darcey Andrea Bussell was born Marnie Mercedes Darcey Pemberton Crittle on the 27th April 1969 in London, England. She joined the Royal Ballet School in Richmond Park, London at the age of 13 before joining the Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet in 1987. After a long and illustrious career she joined the judging panel of the BBC programme "Strictly Come Dancing" as a fifth judge. In 2012 she returned to the show as a permanent judge replacing Alesha Dixon. In both her appearances as a judge she performed dances with the professional dancer Alan Waite.

8. The English novelist Somerset Maugham and the Italian physicist and inventor Guglielmo Marconi were born in the same year that the Universal Postal Union was established. In what year did these events take place?

From Quiz Masfon's Sixth Common Bond

Answer: 1874

The English novelist, short-story writer, and playwright endowed with a clear unadorned style and a great connoisseur of human nature was born in 1874. In the same year, the Italian physicist and inventor Guglielmo Marconi was born, whose work on the development of shortwave wireless was the foundation for modern radio broadcasting. In that same year of 1874, the Universal Postal Union - UPU was established by the Treaty of Bern which was signed initially by 21 countries, in order to coordinate postal policy between the signatories. Currently, the UPU is a specialized agency of the United Nations.

9. The American actors Lee Majors and Paul Sorvino were born in the same year that the German ship SS Minden was sunk carrying perhaps four tons of gold. In what year did these events take place?

From Quiz Masfon's Fifth Common Bond Quiz

Answer: 1939

Lee Majors is an American actor, with a career spanning nearly 60 years. He is best known for playing Colonel Steve Austin, a test pilot who is fitted with artificial bionic limbs and vision after a crash, in the television series "The Six Million Dollar Man". Paul Sorvino, who died in 2022, was also an American television and film actor, known for his numerous performances on both the law enforcement and the criminal sides of the law. Both actors were born in 1939. In the same year, 1939, the German cargo ship SS Minden was going from Rio de Janeiro to Germany and it was believed that she carried four tons of gold from the Banco Germanico (a branch of Dresdner Bank). On September 24, 1939, while sailing between Iceland and Faroe Islands, she was intercepted by two British cruisers. According to the orders to be followed in this situation, the ship and all its cargo were scuttled by her crew. The shipwreck was discovered in 2017 off the coast of Iceland; after several forays into the remains of the ship, the report from the company in charge of operations stated: "It was confirmed that no items of value were found".

10. Which actor played Boromir in the 'Lord of the Rings' films?

From Quiz Made of Steel

Answer: Sean Bean

Sean Bean originally intended to be a footballer, but had to give up playing after his leg was damaged by a piece of glass from a broken door. A graduate of RADA, he started out in theatre before moving to television; one of his most notable roles in the 1990s was Sharpe in the TV series of the same name. 'Lord of the Rings' fans will remember him as Boromir, the steward-prince of Gondor, in the first two films of the trilogy. He has a tattoo of the number 9 in the fictional Tengwar script, as do several other actors whose characters were members of the Fellowship of the Ring (Ian McKellen, who played Gandalf, Elijah Wood, who played Frodo Baggins, and Orlando Bloom, who played the elf Legolas, among them). A running gag about Sean Bean's characters is that they are always killed off. Examples of Bean characters dying include Boromir being shot in 'The Two Towers', Eddard Stark's execution in 'Game of Thrones', Tadgh McCabe being pushed off a cliff in 'The Field', Bond villain Alec Trevelyan falling off a satellite in 'GoldenEye', and John Dawson being shot in the 'Red Riding' TV series.

11. Which 80s/90s sitcom, starring Candice Bergen, featured the characters Corky, Murphy, Miles, Frank, and Jim?

From Quiz An Entertaining Common Bond

Answer: Murphy Brown

Murphy Brown aired from 1988 to 1998. It was about a reporter (played by Candice Bergen) working at a news station for a magazine show called 'FYI'. She was also a recovering alcoholic. Corky Sherwood (Faith Ford) was a reporter hired to replace Murphy while she was in rehab. Miles Silverberg (Grant Shaud) was the executive producer for 'FYI'. Frank Fontana (Joe Regalbuto) was a reporter who was also Murphy's best friend, and Jim Dial (Charles Kimbrough) was a veteran news anchor.

12. What is the name of the song by Bon Jovi that contains the lyrics "I'm a cowboy, On a steel horse I ride..."?

From Quiz Chase the Common Bond

Answer: Wanted Dead or Alive

Although the chorus of the song begins with the words "I'm a cowboy", it is the concluding line that gives it its title. The chorus goes: "I'm a cowboy On a steel horse I ride I'm wanted dead or alive Wanted dead or alive." Written by Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, the song appeared on the band's 1986 album "Slippery When Wet" and was later released as a single. It reached number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

13. What was the name of the 1995 album by alt rocking pioneers Throwing Muses?

From Quiz The Answer's Right Before Your Very Eyes

Answer: University

Throwing Muses is a Rhode Island band fronted by stepsisters Kristin Hersch and Tanya Donelly. In 1995, Rolling Stone editor Anthony DeCurtis told NPR that "Throwing Muses was a precursor to the group of young bands led by women that have recently become popular." The national hit "Big Yellow Gun" came from the "University" album.

14. In the USA and Canada, what is a standard measurement of volume for firewood?

From Quiz Hang On a Minute...

Answer: Cord

The most common size given for a cord of wood is 128 cubic feet (3.625 cubic metres), with the provision that the wood be properly stacked in an approved manner. Measurement Canada provides a legal definition in that country, while in the US this is left to individual states.

15. A recording of Frank Sinatra singing a birthday song to Ringo Starr's wife was the first record in the catalogue of which music company label?

From Quiz Holidazed and Confused

Answer: Apple Records

Sung to the tune of "The Lady Is a Tramp," the birthday record was presented to Maureen Starkey when she turned 22. Lyrics include: "She married Ringo / And she could have had Paul/ That's why the lady is a champ." You can find a copy of the rare recording on YouTube.

16. What was the first name of "Madame Bovary" in Gustave Flaubert's book of the same name?

From Quiz Clevercatz's Second Common Bond Quiz

Answer: Emma

"Madam Bovary" is a novel written by the French novelist Gustave Flaubert which was published in 1856. It tells the story of Emma Bovary, the wife of provincial doctor, who takes a lover to escape her mundane life. Her reckless life style leaves her and her husband saddled by debt. The story ends with her swallowing arsenic and dying an agonising death.

17. Actress Brooke Shields and supermodel Linda Evangelista were born the same year the world lost the unforgettable Nat King Cole. In what year did these events take place?

From Quiz Masfon's Sixth Common Bond

Answer: 1965

The American Brooke Christa Shields (born in 1965), who began her career as a model at age 12, became known for her leading role in the film "Pretty Baby". By age 16, Shields was known as both an actress and a fashion model. Since then, she has had an extensive film and television career. The Canadian fashion model Linda Evangelista was also born in 1965 and began her modeling career at the age of 19. She is considered one of the most famous and influential models of her time. She has appeared on over 700 magazine covers and has chosen not to diversify her career into other ventures outside of modeling. In the same year, 1965, when the world gained these two beauties, the world lost the American singer, jazz pianist, and actor Nathaniel Adams Coles known as Nat King Cole. His career started in the late 1930s and spanned almost 30 years, during which time he was very successful and recorded over 100 songs that became hits. He appeared in numerous films (the last one was "Cat Ballou") and participated in numerous television programs.

18. The famous German general Rommel and the Austrian Nobel Prize in Physics Schrödinger had their first name in common. What is their first name?

From Quiz Masfon's Fifth Common Bond Quiz

Answer: Erwin

Erwin Rommel (1891 - 1944) was a German army commander in World War II. He was known for his actions on the Italian Front, in France, with the Afrika Korps against the allies in North Africa, and other campaigns. He received the nickname "Desert Fox" for his audacious surprise attacks. He was very popular at home and was respected by his enemies. Because he was implicated in the July Plot to kill Adolf Hitler, he was forced to take poison, thus avoiding being sentenced to death by Hitler. Erwin Schrödinger (1887 - 1961) was a theoretical physicist. He, along with Paul A. M. Dirac, received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1933 for their work on quantum mechanics, the same year that he left Germany due to his opposition to Nazism. In 1938, he joined the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, where he remained until retirement in 1955. He also made contributions to philosophy and the history of science.

19. Which indie band, fronted by Alex Turner, had their first hit with 'I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor' in 2005?

From Quiz Made of Steel

Answer: The Arctic Monkeys

The Arctic Monkeys formed in 2002, with singer/guitarist Alex Turner, guitarist Jamie Cook, drummer Matt Helders and bassist Andy Nicholson (later replaced by Nick O'Malley). Their signature hit was 'I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor', covered by the Sugababes as a B-side for 'Red Dress'. They found fame in the mid-00s after amateur photographer Mark Bull made a video for 'Fake Tales of San Francisco' and posted it on his website, along with a collection of demos, the band having given away demo CDs at their gigs. Their debut album, 'Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not' set a record in 2006 for being the fastest-selling debut album in British musical history. The Arctic Monkeys branched out into psychedelia and heavier rock over the years; their 2009 album 'Humbug' was produced by Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age. Turner is also a member of The Last Shadow Puppets, who he formed with Miles Kane in 2007 after the Rascals, Kane's band, supported the Arctic Monkeys on tour.

20. Which character did Jeremy Irons voice in "The Lion King" animated feature?

From Quiz A Musical Common Bond

Answer: Scar

Jeremy Irons provided the voice of the antagonist Scar in 1994 animated film "The Lion King". Scar killed his brother Mufasa and became king of Pride Rock until he himself was killed by the hyenas, led by Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed. Other movies that Jeremy Irons appeared in include "Die Hard 3", "The Man in the Iron Mask", and as Alfred Pennyworth in the DC Extended Universe set of movies.

21. What was the surname of the doctor, or 'medicine woman', played by Jane Seymour in the '90s series of the same name?

From Quiz An Entertaining Common Bond

Answer: Quinn

'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman' was a series set in the Wild West about a female doctor (rare in those times) raising a family. It ran from 1993 to 1998 and starred Jane Seymour of 'James Bond' fame as the titular doctor, Michaela Quinn, who leaves her wealthy Boston background for a small town in Colorado. She ends up adopting three children after their mother is bitten by a rattlesnake. Joe Lando also featured as Byron Sully, an outdoorsman and Dr. Quinn's love interest.

22. Who became the youngest team captain in National Hockey League history in 2007, when he was named captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins?

From Quiz A Seasonal Common Bond

Answer: Sidney Crosby

Nova Scotia native Sidney Crosby was not yet 20 years old when he was named captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins in May 2007. Since that time even younger men have been named captain of other teams, including Connor McDavid, who was about one month younger when appointed captain of the Edmonton Oilers in 2016. The three incorrect choices had all retired from playing hockey before Crosby was born.

23. What is another word for "insignificant"?

From Quiz The Answer's Right Before Your Very Eyes

Answer: Nugatory

The word comes from the Latin word "nugatorious", meaning "trifling, worthless". For example, "Pocket calculators rendered slide rules pretty much nugatory."

24. What was the first name of the Italian-born silent movie actor in the 1920s known as "the Latin Lover"? _______ Valentino

From Quiz Holidazed and Confused 2

Answer: Rudolph

The dashing Valentino-- his stage name-- worked as a dishwasher, gardener and dancer before turning to movie acting. His short career included films such as "The Sheik" and "Camille". He died in 1926. He was 31.

25. Another word for the face of a clock is also the brand name of a type of hand soap. What is that word?

From Quiz Hang On a Minute...

Answer: Dial

All of the answer choices are brands of soap, but only "dial" also describes a clock's face. Perhaps the most familiar usage of the term when referring to a timepiece is when discussing the simple sundial. Any instrument with a round face and calibrations can also be referred to as having a dial.

26. In poetry, what do you call a 5-line verse that is centered on the page and has a 1/2/3/4/1 syllabic pattern?

From Quiz Holidazed and Confused

Answer: lanterne

This particular type of concrete poetry --verse that also relies on visual presentation -- is named a lanterne (or laturne) because its shape on the page resembles a Japanese lantern. Example: In The dark A lanterne Is a dreamer's Light

27. Which English city was called "Aquae Sulis" by the Romans?

From Quiz Clevercatz's Second Common Bond Quiz

Answer: Bath

Bath is a city in county of Somerset, England. It was founded by the Romans who called it Aqua Sulis and dedicated it to the goddess Sulis Minerva. It is famous for its Roman built baths, the Royal Crescent and the abbey. The city is a designated UNESCO world heritage site due to its architectural and cultural importance.

28. What is another name that can be used for the outfit known as the onesie?

From Quiz Masfon's Sixth Common Bond

Answer: Romper suit

"Romper suit", "jumpsuit" or "onesie" are the name given to a type of one-piece cloth that is easy to put on and take off and that keeps the baby warm. In 1982, Gerber trademarked the name "onesies" referring to baby bodysuits but the name became a generic term, despite Gerber's attempts to protect the name. They are also a type of loose-fitting casual for adults, usually made of knit, fleece, or chenille. They were often worn with sleepwear but have gained popularity as streetwear. As nightwear, they are gaining ground because they are comfortable, warm and save heating costs. These outfits were popular during World War II. Pilots who wanted to stay warm, in their open-air cockpits, started to use jumper suits and flight suits, many made of leather. Also, this one-piece outfit became popular and known as the "siren suit". When the air ride sirens sounded, people dressed up in their siren suits quickly over their clothes and went to the shelters.

29. The famous film "The King and I", 1956, starring Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner, was based on Margaret Landon's novel "... and the King of Siam". Which word completes the novel's title?

From Quiz Masfon's Fifth Common Bond Quiz

Answer: Anna

"Anna and the King of Siam" (1944) is a semi-fictionalized biographical novel by the American writer Margaret Landon. It was based on the memoirs of Anna Leonowens, a widow with two young children, who was invited by King Mongkut (Rama IV) king of Siam (now Thailand) to teach his children and wives the English language and introduce them to British customs. Anna wrote two volumes of memoirs about the five years she spent in the country in the early 1860s. In 1956, the musical film named "The King and I", was released, directed by Walter Lang and starring Deborah Kerr, Yul Brynner, Rita Moreno and others. It was a critical and commercial success and was nominated for nine Oscars, winning five, including Best Actor for Yul Brynner.

30. Which 1997 comedy-drama film tells the story of a group of unemployed men who become strippers?

From Quiz Made of Steel

Answer: The Full Monty

'The Full Monty' stars Robert Carlyle as Gaz Schofield, a divorced former steelworker who has lost his job; he and his former colleague Dave (Mark Addy) make money by stealing and selling scrap. As he owes money to Mandy, his ex-girlfriend, he decides to form a group of male strippers, inspired by the Chippendales (a real-life male striptease group). The other strippers include Lomper (Steve Huison), a suicidal security guard and musician; Gerald (Tom Wilkinson), Gaz and Dave's old boss; and two men who pass an audition, Horse (Paul Barber) and Guy (Hugo Speer). While rehearsing, Gaz, Gerald and Horse are arrested for indecent exposure and Gaz loses custody of his son Nathan. The arrest is good publicity for them, and they perform a sold-out show to Tom Jones' 'You Can Leave Your Hat On'. A musical version of 'The Full Monty' was released in 2000, and a play in 2013. A TV series based on the film has also been planned.

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