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General Knowledge Quiz for 9 June 2019

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1

In 1992, Vitaly Scerbo (USSR/BLR) broke the record for being awarded the most Olympic gold medals in one day (4) for which discipline?

A
Gymnastics
B
Soccer
C
Golf
D
La crosse
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2

The process of producing wootz steel, used in many famous early and mediaeval European swords, is ascribed to a method developed where?

A
India
B
Persia
C
China
D
Japan
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3

What is the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia?

A
A salt flat desert
B
An endorheic salt lake
C
The highest peak in the Bolivian Andes
D
Coastal wetlands
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4

The Roman army left Britain in what century?

A
8th
B
7th
C
5th
D
11th
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5

Which word means to move a camera, lighting effect or sound effect from side to side?

A
Tilt
B
Pan
C
Fade
D
Cut
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6

Who wrote the music which inspired the theme tune for a slightly surreal British crime-solving and performance magic series, first released 1997?

A
Camile Saint-Saƫns
B
Modest Mussorgsky
C
Pyotr Tchaikovsky
D
Francis Poulenc
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7

What is the 2018 SXSW Grand Jury prize-winning 12 minute film written, self-funded, directed, acted, and eventually released on line by Jim Cummings?

A
Thunder Road
B
A Quiet Place, Blockers and Ready Player One
C
Who We Are Now
D
Final Portrait
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