Daily Quiz #807
In 1943, Joan Barry, an actress in her early 20s, accused which 54 year old of fathering her child, resulting in a paternity suit in which he was ordered to pay child support although blood tests proved he was not the father?
"The Iliad" was originally written in what language?
What DVD region covers Australia and New Zealand?
What name was given to a group of racing drivers that included Woolf Barnato, Glen Kidston, Henry Birkin, Bernard Rubin, Dudley Benjafield & Sammy Davis, who were responsible for four consecutive victories at the Le Mans 24 hours from 1927 to 1930?
What genus of about 70-75 species of flowering plants native to southern and eastern Asia and North and South America are mostly shrubs 1 to 3 metres tall, though some are small trees, and others are lianas reaching up to 30m by climbing trees?
Which of these countries does not have a capital city where the name starts and ends with the same letter?
What was the title of Susan Boyle's hit record at the end of 2009?