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Entertainment Quiz #672

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1

Which 19th century book has been everything from inspiration to source of intriguing speculation for writers and thinkers from Robert Graves and James Joyce to Sigmund Freud and Camille Paglia?

A
The Morphology of the Folktale
B
Myth and Knowing
C
Antichrist: Two Thousand Years of the Human Fascination with Evil
D
The Golden Bough
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2

Where is the opera "Dialogues of the Carmelites" set?

A
Italy
B
France
C
Spain
D
England
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3

Which film tied with "All About Eve" (released in 1950) for the most Oscar nominations (14), and won 11 including Best Picture and Best Director, thereby tying with "Ben-Hur" (1959) for the most Oscars won by a single film?

A
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
B
E.T. the Extra Terrestrial
C
Titanic
D
The Lion King
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4

Elliot Gould played whose father on the TV series Friends?

A
Joey
B
Chandler
C
Ross & Monica
D
Rachel
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5

Which of these is not one of the four Teletubbies?

A
Dipsy
B
Tinky Winky
C
Potty
D
Laa-Laa
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6

Who was shot by Valery Solanas on 3 June 1968?

A
Larry Hagman
B
John Lennon
C
Ronald Reagan
D
Andy Warhol
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7

Members of which Californian rock band formed the group known until 2001 as Kara's Flowers?

A
Maroon 8
B
John Mayer Trio
C
Sugar Ray
D
The Donnas
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