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trivia 4/14
DID YOU KNOW...
In America, T.V. soap opera weddings attract more viewers than a presidential address.

1. Which field game is named for the British school where it was first
played?
2. What is the name of the poem that begins;
"I think that I shall never see.............."?
3. What was the last name of the only grandfather/grandson to both be
elected US President?
4.What's the only planet to have a name in common with a day of the week?
5. Which popular movie role was first played by Kirk Alyn in 1948?
a. - Jesse James
b. - Superman
c. - Tarzan
d. - Dracula
6. The 1896 symphonic poem, Also Sprach Zarathustra was featured as thematic
music for which 1968 Sci-Fi movie?
7.According to Thomas Mallory's tale, Sir Bedivere's last knightly act was to return what to a lake ?
8. Fill in the blank ; Before being replaced by the rabbit in 1967, the Trix cereal mascot was a ________ .
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
Early radio "Soap Operas" were actually musicals that included opera.

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1. Rugby
2. "TREES"
3. HARRISON
4. SATURN
5. b - Superman
6. 2001-A SPACE ODYSSEY
7. the sword Excalibur
8. Flamingo
CRAP !!
The term came about in the '40s to describe a new genre of serialized afternoon radio dramas - most of which were sponsored by detergent, or Soap, manufacturers
 

Barbara L

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I got the ones in red:

1. Rugby
2. "TREES"

3. HARRISON
4. SATURN
5. b - Superman
6. 2001-A SPACE ODYSSEY
7. the sword Excalibur

8. Flamingo
CRAP !!
 

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