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Quiz about Chuck Charlie or Chas
Quiz about Chuck Charlie or Chas

Chuck, Charlie, or Chas Trivia Quiz

Your challenge is to match the famous Chuck, Charlie or Chas with the reason we know about them. Sounds simple? Choose carefully!

A matching quiz by MikeMaster99. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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3 mins
Match Quiz
Quiz #
Dec 03 21
# Qns
Avg Score
8 / 10
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. Chuck Yeager  
  Bugs Bunny
2. Chuck Noll  
3. Chuck Liddell  
  Dave Peacock
4. Chas Chandler  
  Best and Fairest Medal
5. Chas Brownlow  
6. Charlie Daniels  
  Brown Sugar
7. Charlie Watts  
  We Gotta Get Out of this Place
8. Charlie Chaplin  
  Great Dictator
9. Chas Hodges  
10. Chuck Jones  
  Mixed Martial Arts

Select each answer

1. Chuck Yeager
2. Chuck Noll
3. Chuck Liddell
4. Chas Chandler
5. Chas Brownlow
6. Charlie Daniels
7. Charlie Watts
8. Charlie Chaplin
9. Chas Hodges
10. Chuck Jones

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Chuck Yeager

Answer: Supersonic

Charles Elwood 'Chuck' Yeager, born in West Virginia, USA in 1923 joined the US Air Force in 1941 during World War II. Initially a mechanic, he then undertook pilot training and finished the war flying the P-51 Mustang fighter. After the war he became a test pilot and on October 14, 1947 he was the first person to break the sound barrier (approx. 1240 kph) in his Bell X-1 experimental jet.

He also served in the Vietnam War and retired in 1975 having earned the rank of Brigadier General.
2. Chuck Noll

Answer: Steelers

Cleveland-born Charles Henry 'Chuck' Noll (1932-2014) won two NFL Championships as a player with the Cleveland Browns. After retiring as a player at age 27, he joined the coaching staff of the AFL's Los Angeles Chargers. The team moved to San Diego. He then transferred to the NFL's Baltimore Colts from 1965 to 1968 before accepting the head coaching role at the Pittsburgh Steelers in early 1969. Over the next 21 years at the Steelers, his team won 4 Superbowl championships (1974, 1975, 1978, 1979).
3. Chuck Liddell

Answer: Mixed Martial Arts

Born in 1969 in Santa Barbara, California, Charles David 'Chuck' Liddell was taught karate and boxing from a young age. After playing football and wrestling at High School, Liddell continued with the latter through college (California Polytechnic State University).

He developed skills in kick-boxing and ju-jitsu. He joined the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship in mixed martial arts) in 1998. Over the next decade, Liddell had a number of high profile bouts against high quality opponents including Randy Couture and Tito Ortiz.

His highly successful career resulted in his induction into the UFC Hall of Fame in 2009. He also parlayed his success in the UFC into several movie and TV roles.
4. Chas Chandler

Answer: We Gotta Get Out of this Place

Bryan James 'Chas' Chandler (1938-1996), grew up in Newcastle (UK) and joined The Alan Price Trio as a bass player in 1962. Greater success came when Eric Burdon joined the group and it became The Animals. Chandler featured heavily in hits including 'We Gotta Get Out of this Place' (1965) and the international number one 'The House of the Rising Sun' (1964). Disillusioned with the lack of financial success after almost continual touring, Chandler left the group in 1966 and turned his attention to artist management and record production.

His major achievement in that sphere was the development of a young Jimi Hendrix and the establishment of the Jimi Hendrix Experience. He left after completion of Electric Ladyland and then managed the highly successful British glam rock group Slade for 12 years.
5. Chas Brownlow

Answer: Best and Fairest Medal

Charles 'Chas' Brownlow (1861-1924), was born in Geelong, Victoria, Australia and developed a keen interest in Australian Rules Football. He played five seasons with the Geelong Football Club, leading his team to the premiership in 1883. After retiring from playing, he began a life-long service to the administration of the sport he loved.

He was secretary of the Geelong Football Club from 1885 until 1923, and the Geelong delegate on the Victorian Football League board for 20 years from 1902, in addition to other shorter term but senior roles with the league.

The 'Chas Brownlow Medal' was created in his honour and has been awarded to the best and fairest player in the Victorian Football League (and then the amalgamated Australian Football League) from 1924 onward.
6. Charlie Daniels

Answer: Georgia

Charles Edward 'Charlie' Daniels (1936-2020) grew up in North Carolina, surrounded by a wide variety of musical styles. Showing exceptional talent for stringed instruments, Daniels formed a rock band after finishing high school. He worked as a session musician in Nashville and wrote songs; he produced his first eponymous album in 1971, playing country music.

His fiddle playing prowess was demonstrated in many works with the Marshall Tucker Band. His best known song was the 1979 Grammy-Award winning 'The Devil Went Down to Georgia', which peaked at number 3 on the Billboard charts and featured in the movie 'Urban Cowboy'.

He continued working and performing right up to his final album 'Songs in the Key of E' in 2018. Politically outspoken and involved, Daniels was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2016.
7. Charlie Watts

Answer: Brown Sugar

Born in London in 1941, Charles Robert 'Charlie' Watts developed an interest in drumming at the age of 13, with an early preference for jazz. Alter completing secondary school and leaving art school, he worked as a graphic designer and played drums in local clubs.

He joined Alexis Korner's 'Blues Incorporated' and in 1962 met Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Ian Stewart and Brian Jones who finally convinced Watts to join their group in 1963. Of course that group was 'The Rolling Stones' one of the most successful musical acts of all time. 'Brown Sugar' was a Number 1 hit song form the 'Sticky Fingers' album of 1971.

The Watts/Richards/Jagger combination were still together in 2016 when they released 'Blue & Lonesome'. In addition to his work with 'the Stones', Watts has released several albums with his eponymous quintet, playing jazz.
8. Charlie Chaplin

Answer: Great Dictator

Englishman, Sir Charles Spencer 'Charlie' Chaplin (1889-1977) was a star of the silent era of movies. He has been proclaimed as a comic genius. Despite an impoverished background, his talent for acting was recognized at a young age and toured Europe at the age of nineteen with the Fred Karno troupe.

He started making movies in 1914 with the Keystone Studios and soon became famous for his endearing 'Tramp' character. He co-founded United Artists with D.W. Griffith, Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks in 1919 and over the next decade produced several wonderful movies including 'The Kid' and 'The Goldrush'.

He was politically very active which later caused problems with accusations of communist tendencies. His first movie containing sound was his 1940 savage caricature of Adolf Hitler titled 'The Great Dictator'.

Despite a series of scandals in his personal life, he continued making movies until the late 1960s. He received an Honorary Academy Award in 1972 for his great contributions to movie making.
9. Chas Hodges

Answer: Dave Peacock

Charles Nicholas 'Chas' Hodges (1943-2018) and David Victor 'Dave' Peacock (born 1945) played music together as 'Chas'n'Dave' from the early 1970s right up until Hodges' death in 2018. They played a style called "Rockney" - a combination of rock and cockney.

They specialized in early rock'n'roll, pub singalongs and boogie-woogie. In addition to being an extremely popular live act, the duo produced over 40 albums and 50 singles. Several of the latter featured the London-based Tottenham Hotspur Football (soccer) Club.

Their greatest British chart success was in 1982 when their single 'Ain't No Pleasing You' reached number 2.
10. Chuck Jones

Answer: Bugs Bunny

Spokane, Washington-born Charles Martin 'Chuck' Jones (1912-2002) was an exceptionally talented cartoonist and animated film maker. From childhood, he was a prolific drawer and in 1933 joined Leon Schlesinger Productions, an independent studio working for Warner Brothers. Warner Brothers produced Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons. He was heavily involved with writing, directing and producing some classic cartoons including 'Bugs Bunny', 'Road Runner', 'Porky Pig' and 'Daffy Duck'. Leaving Warner Brothers in 1962, Jones then worked on projects including 'Tom and Jerry' and Dr Seuss' 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas'. The latter renewed a relationship with Theodor Geisel (Dr Seuss) when they made the 'Private Snafu' educational cartoons for the army during World War II.

He was nominated for three Academy Awards for Best Animated Short Film and won the Oscar for 'The Dot and the Line' in 1965. He also directed the Academy Award-winning short animated film 'For Scent-imental Reasons' (1949) and documentary short subject 'So Much for So Little' (1950). He received a Lifetime Achievement Oscar in 1995.
Source: Author MikeMaster99

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