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1. Which Warner Brothers cartoon character spoke with a lateral lisp such that when he said "despicable" (as he often did), it came out "desth-picable"?
2. According to the words of the popular song, what does the "red red robin" do?
3. Donald Duck's nephews first appeared in a newspaper comic strip in 1937 and in an animated theatrical short feature in 1938. What are their names?
4. Charles Perrault's 1697 collection of fairy tales "Contes de ma Mère l'Oye" was translated into English and published with what title?
5. What is the less-than-official name used by Canadians to describe their one-dollar coin?
6. The company that makes Good Humor ice cream in the US began replacing "Turkey in the Straw" as the tune played by its neighbourhood ice cream trucks. Why?
7. In 1970, Canadian singer Anne Murray sang "spread your tiny wings and fly away." To whom was this addressed?
8. In the part of Georgia's Okefenokee Swamp occupied by the cartoon-strip character Pogo, who is the local mortician-funeral director?
9. In 1965, Little Jimmy Dickens released a record based on a recurrent remark by "Tonight Show" host Johnny Carson. What was that song?
10. After whom or what were the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League named?
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