1: Which impeccably dressed gentleman drove a 1926 4.5 litre Bentley in a popular TV series?
2: The surrender of which tribal leader in 1886 was effectively the end of the Indian wars in the US?
3: The Earl and Countess of Grantham and their children feature in which British TV drama?
4: Irish author Brian O’Nolan was better known by a nom de plume. What was it?
5: Which 2001 Baz Luhrman film sees Ewan McGregor fall in love with a cabaret actress played by Nicole Kidman?
6: Podgorica is the capital city of which Eastern European country?
7: Which American group had a 2010 UK number one single with ‘Fireflies’?
8: Coco, Cars and Inside Out are all films produced by which US animated film company?
9: The Play ‘The Crucible’ set in 17th century Salem Massachusetts was written by which playwright?
10: The Tan Hill Inn in Arkengarthdale, North Yorkshire holds which distinction?
11: Which item of clothing took its’ name from a garment worn by James Thomas Brudenell to stave off severe cold during the Crimean War?
12: ‘HOMES’ is a mnemonic for recalling the Five Great Lakes of the USA. Which lake does the ’S’ represent?
13: Chardonnay, Malaga and Merlot are all types of which fruit?
14: Actor Dominic Monaghan of Lost and the Lord of the Rings fame was born in which country?
- a) England b) Germany c) USA
15: Which British television presenter and comedian wrote an autobiography entitled ‘At My Mother’s Knee’?
16: American architect Frank Lloyd Wright is perhaps best known for his spiral design of which 1959 New York landmark?
17: Tripoli is the capital city of which North African country?
18: The Aviator starring Leonardo DiCaprio is a 2004 biopic of which American?
19: Between 2012 and 2016, Kyle Walker, Gareth Bale, Harry Kane and Dele Alli all won the PFA Young Player of the Year award whilst representing which club?
20: Which is the largest of the traditional planets of the solar system?
Answers Round 14
1: John Steed in The Avengers
2: Geronimo (Apache)
3: Downton Abbey
4: Flann O’Brien
5: Moulin Rouge!
7: Owl City
9: Arthur Miller
10: Highest pub in Britain
11: Cardigan (He was the 7th Earl of Cardigan)
14: b) Germany
15: Paul O’Grady
16: Guggenheim Museum of Art
18: Howard Hughes
19: Tottenham Hotspur