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1. 'The Poky Little Puppy' was one of the first twelve books released in 1942 as part of a series of inexpensive children's books which many players will remember from their childhood. What was the name of these books?
2. One of the crayons in my big box of crayons was called Goldenrod. Which of these other crayons had a similar colour?
3. One of Neil Young's biggest hits was 'Heart of Gold', released in 1972 on his fourth studio album. What was the name of that album?
4. In 1521, Hernan Cortes arranged for Cuauhtemoc, the captured ruler of Tenochtitlan, to be tortured as a means of determining where a rumored vast treasure of gold was located. To what Mesoamerican ethnic group did Cuauhtemoc belong?
5. One of the most grueling Ironman events held in Australia was actually started to accommodate the needs of a film in production that featured the legendary Ironman champion Grant Kenny. The producers wanted to use footage from an actual event rather than simply staging scenes. Who won the first Coolangatta Gold event in 1984?
6. A 2007 film starring Cate Blanchett was titled '_____: The Golden Age'. What monarch's name belongs in the blank?
7. What British new wave band released a song in 1983 which had this chorus?
Always believe in your soul
You've got the power to know
Always believe in, because you are
8. Which of the four featured characters from 'The Golden Girls' (which originally aired from 1985 to 1992) did NOT appear as one of the main characters in the sequel, 'The Golden Palace' (1992-1993)?
9. Performing artists of all sorts love to win gold. What group is responsible for selecting the winners of the Golden Globe Awards?
10. Near the beginning of the episode of the television show 'Seinfeld' titled 'The Marine Biologist', Jerry tells Elaine that 'Golden Boy' is dying. Who or what is 'Golden Boy'?
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