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Just Duet! Trivia Quiz


Can YOU accept the challenge of answering questions regarding these celebrated pairs? Not all pairs performed vocally but were famous nonetheless. Good luck!

A multiple-choice quiz by cat_brat63. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
cat_brat63
Time
3 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
317,399
Updated
Feb 11 23
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
3325
Awards
Top 35% Quiz
Last 3 plays: Guest 104 (10/10), Guest 136 (9/10), mfc (10/10).
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Question 1 of 10
1. One, two, three...one, two, three...tap, shuffle, kick. We graced the early cinematic stage with our graceful routines even though it was said that the female of the pair did everything backwards and in high heels. Who were we? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. It would be a "3 Ring Circus" to have some "Money From Home" from these singing/comedy, "Pardners". Of which movie duo do we speak? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. A 1969 movie popularized the legend of two famous outlaws of the old west whose reign of criminal activity finally ended in the South American country of Bolivia. For what train and bank robbing duo was this movie named? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. On their variety show on American television, she was 'a little bit country' and he was 'a little bit rock and roll'. Which squeaky clean siblings hosted this 1970's hit television series? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. We might have gone to the "State Fair" in "Oklahoma" and ridden on the "Carousel" if we weren't on a trip to the "South Pacific". What famous musical duo were we? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. This comedic duo was on the road a lot and were often joined by Dorothy Lamour in their adventures to far-off lands. Name this singing and dancing duo. Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. "Sock it to me!" Earn the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate trophy for naming the famous comedic duo who hosted "Laugh-in" on American television in the 1960s. Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. Don't let "The Sound of Silence" keep you from crossing the "Bridge Over Troubled Water" to name the famous singing duo who popularized these and many other songs. Who were they? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. What famous married duo appeared in a movie with the following line? - "You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? Just put your lips together and blow." Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. "Happy Trails to you", partner, if you can name "The King of the Cowboys" and his spouse "The Queen of the West", who rode the trail on Trigger and Buttermilk. Name this famous couple. Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. One, two, three...one, two, three...tap, shuffle, kick. We graced the early cinematic stage with our graceful routines even though it was said that the female of the pair did everything backwards and in high heels. Who were we?

Answer: Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers appeared together in numerous, light-hearted movies, showcasing their incredible dancing. Their first movie together was 'Flying Down To Rio' in 1933.

Fred was born in Omaha, Nebraska on May 10, 1899 and died June 22, 1987.
Ginger was born July 16, 1911 and died April 25, 1995.
2. It would be a "3 Ring Circus" to have some "Money From Home" from these singing/comedy, "Pardners". Of which movie duo do we speak?

Answer: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis

The comedic team of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis entertained audiences in several movies such as "3 Ring Circus" (1954); "Money From Home" (1954) and "Pardners" (1956). Even though the team was only together 10 years, Dean and Jerry made a memorable impact on American cinema. Following the break-up of the pairing, Jerry and Dean both went on to enjoy further successes. Jerry is well-known for his fundraising efforts for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Dean gained further notoriety performing with the others in 'The Rat Pack' like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr.

Dean Martin was born in Ohio Jun 7, 1917 and died December 25, 1995.
Jerry Lewis was born March 16, 1926.
3. A 1969 movie popularized the legend of two famous outlaws of the old west whose reign of criminal activity finally ended in the South American country of Bolivia. For what train and bank robbing duo was this movie named?

Answer: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Although the characters portrayed by Paul Newman and Robert Redford were entertaining and humorous, they were rather loosely based on the actual outlaws themselves. The movie, also starring Katherine Ross, seemed to glamorize the outlaws of the Old West with its' humor, and was awarded several Academy Awards.

The very popular "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" was part of the award-winning score.
4. On their variety show on American television, she was 'a little bit country' and he was 'a little bit rock and roll'. Which squeaky clean siblings hosted this 1970's hit television series?

Answer: Donny and Marie

The Osmond family was very blessed with singing talent and many of the children gained notoriety with their vocal blends. Donny and Marie Osmond (brother and sister) had been raised in the music industry and were naturals to host a weekly television show. The rock and roll genre was emphasized with Donny singing such popular tunes as "Puppy Love" and the country genre was left to sister Marie, who popularized such songs as "Paper Roses". Comedy was also an important part of the weekly show. Donny and Marie's other talented siblings include Alan, Wayne, Merrill, Jay and Jimmy. Rounding out the family's siblings are brothers Tom and Virl who rarely performed musically due to deafness.

Donny was born in Utah December 9, 1957.
Marie was born in Utah October 13, 1959.
5. We might have gone to the "State Fair" in "Oklahoma" and ridden on the "Carousel" if we weren't on a trip to the "South Pacific". What famous musical duo were we?

Answer: Rodgers and Hammerstein

Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II collaborated on about a dozen different musicals during their partnership, including "State Fair" in 1945; "Oklahoma" in 1943; "Carousel" in 1945 and "South Pacific" in 1949. The songwriting team received numerous awards for stage and screen.

Richard Rodgers was born in NYC June 18, 1902 and died December 30, 1979.
Oscar Hammerstein II was born July 12, 1895 and died August 23, 1960.
6. This comedic duo was on the road a lot and were often joined by Dorothy Lamour in their adventures to far-off lands. Name this singing and dancing duo.

Answer: Bing Crosby and Bob Hope

In all, the team of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby appeared together in seven "Road" movies. Among the locations they traveled to were Bali, Singapore and Hong Kong. Both actors made numerous other films in their illustrious careers. Bing was renowned for his crooning and Bob for his dancing and comedy.

Bob Hope was born May 29, 1903 and died shortly after his 100th birthday on July 27, 2003.
Bing Crosby was born May 3, 1903 and died October 14, 1977.
7. "Sock it to me!" Earn the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate trophy for naming the famous comedic duo who hosted "Laugh-in" on American television in the 1960s.

Answer: Rowan and Martin

Dan Rowan and Dick Martin were the overseers for this very funny, groundbreaking show (1968-1973). Not only were there musical performances, hilarious sketches, guest star appearances and side-splitting jokes, but you could also be entertained by a very young Goldie Hawn cavorting to popular music in a bikini, with temporary tattoos.

Dan Rowan was born in Oklahoma July 22, 1922 and died September 22, 1987. Dick
Martin was born in Michigan January 30, 1922.
8. Don't let "The Sound of Silence" keep you from crossing the "Bridge Over Troubled Water" to name the famous singing duo who popularized these and many other songs. Who were they?

Answer: Simon and Garfunkel

As schoolmates in high school, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel began to dabble with a music career. They eventually wrote and recorded their first song and it hit the Billboard charts in the top 50. Their folksy style of music became very popular and they enjoyed many hits together throughout the 1960s and 1970s, followed by successful separate careers that lasted up into the 2000s.

Paul Simon was born in New Jersey October 13, 1941.
Art Garfunkel was born in New York state November 5, 1941.
9. What famous married duo appeared in a movie with the following line? - "You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? Just put your lips together and blow."

Answer: Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall

Bogie and Bacall met while filming "To Have and Have Not" in 1944 and despite the 25 year gap in their ages, they fell in love and were married in 1945. They were blessed with two children in their marriage.

Humphrey Bogart was born December 25, 1899 and died January 14, 1957.
Lauren Bacall was born in NYC September 16, 1924.
10. "Happy Trails to you", partner, if you can name "The King of the Cowboys" and his spouse "The Queen of the West", who rode the trail on Trigger and Buttermilk. Name this famous couple.

Answer: Roy Rogers and Dale Evans

Roy Rogers and Dale Evans appeared in more than one hundred films. They also starred in a radio program and "The Roy Rogers Show" on American television in the 1950s and 1960s. Roy always had at least one trusty sidekick offering humor to the story plot. The two actors who most portrayed Roy's sidekick were Pat Brady and George "Gabby" Haynes.

Roy and Dale were strong Christians and in later years worked faithfully in charitable organizations, supporting such causes as adoption.

Roy Rogers was born in Ohio November 5, 1911 and died July 6, 1998.
Dale Evans was born October 31, 1912 and died February 7, 2001.
Source: Author cat_brat63

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