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Entertainment Quiz #662

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1

Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner starred in what TV series, first broadcast from 1966 to 1969?

A
Star Trek
B
Blakes 7
C
Red Dwarf
D
Star Wars
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2

Which of these characters drives around in the "Mystery Machine"?

A
Garfield
B
Batman
C
Scooby-Doo
D
Sherlock Holmes
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3

What was the name of the evil wizard that appeared in the TV series "The Smurfs"?

A
Gilgamesh
B
Gargamel
C
Gorgon
D
Graham
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4

Baron Scarpia, the villain of Verdi's opera "Tosca", has a striking resemblance to a real-life Italian baron of flexible loyalties and vicious tastes named Gherardo Curci (nicknamed Sciarpa) as well as to an infamous judge from where?

A
Rome
B
Naples
C
Sicily
D
France
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5

Which production company is behind the UK TV comedy series "Whose Line Is It Anyway" (1988-1999) and "Have I Got News for You" (1990-present)?

A
Hartswood Films
B
All3Media
C
Hat Trick Productions
D
Shed Media
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6

In Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations", who or what was Abel Magwitch?

A
Corn merchant
B
Schoolboy
C
Blacksmith
D
Convict
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7

Which play, and then novel, explores, through the 164-year-history of one family, a social system much criticised since the 19th century?

A
Three Kingdoms
B
The Lehman Trilogy
C
Mission Drift
D
The James Plays
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