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Call Me Charles

written by: bobby
 
All men in this quiz have something in common - they are all named Charles. Have fun!

Question 1:

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Charles I was King of England, Scotland and Ireland from March 27, 1625, until his death. This statement best describes his relation with the English Parliament.
None of these
All his decisions were fully coordinated with Parliament.
He made decisions without consulting the Parliament.
The Parliament was dissolved before he became King


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Question 2:

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As a boy Charles Darwin was so fond of chemistry, that his friends often called him this.
Gas
Ohm
Kelvin
Nucleon


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Question 3:

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The famous band Uriah Heep's name comes from the name of a Charles Dickens' character from this novel.
The Pickwick Papers
Great Expectations
David Copperfield
A Tale of Two Cities


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Question 4:

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One of these statements about Prince Charles is wrong.
He is the first English-born prince ever to make a serious attempt to learn the Welsh language.
He has no military training of any kind.
He was born on November 14, 1948.
After his birth his mother had not yet assumed the throne.


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Question 5:

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This Charles invented this waterproof raincoat, made out of rubberized fabric. His family name is the same as the name of the rain coat.



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Question 6:

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Charlie Chaplin's movie 'The Great Dictator' is a satire on this person in particular.
Mussolini
Hitler
Stalin
Lenin


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Question 7:

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Charles is the family name of a person who 'hit the road' with Jack.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 8:

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The French Fifth Republic's first president, Charles de Gaulle, was in office during this period.
1951 - 1963
1948 - 1961
1958 - 1969
1950 - 1958


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Question 9:

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Charles Wade Barkley (Sir Charles) was named Most Valuable Player of the NBA in 1993, despite his lack of height.
True
False


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Question 10:

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Charlie Sheen starred in three of these movies. Which is the odd one?
Catch Me If You Can (2002)
Money Talks (1997)
Scary Movie 3 (2003)
Being John Malkovich (1999)


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