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Call Me Scott

written by: bobby
 
This quiz consists of questions about persons whose first or last names are Scott. Enjoy.

Question 1:


The following citation is taken from this novel of F. Scott Fitzgerald.

"He wanted not association with glittering things and glittering people — he wanted the glittering things themselves."
Tender Is the Night
The Beautiful and Damned
This Side of Paradise
The Great Gatsby

Question 2:

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This Scott was a slave, who sued unsuccessfully for his freedom in the famous lawsuit which bears his name. This is his first name.
Dred
Brad
Jim
Tom


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Question 3:


Winfield Scott was a United States lieutenant general, diplomat, and presidential candidate. In the 1852 presidential election, Scott was the unsuccessful Whig Party candidate, losing to this Democrat.
William Henry Harrison
Franklin Pierce
Millard Fillmore
John Tyler

Question 4:


One of the following statements concerning the life and personality of Sir Walter Scott is wrong.
All of these statements are actually true.
He is sometimes known as the "Great Magician."
He was a prolific Scottish historical novelist and poet.
He was the first author to have a truly international career in his lifetime.

Question 5:

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Robert Falcon Scott was a British Naval officer, who narrowly failed to be the first to reach this.
New Zealand
The South Pole
The North Pole
Australia


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Question 6:


Just one of these could be the work of George Gilbert Scott.
Painting
Symphony
Sculpture
Church

Question 7:

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This Scott, born in Arkansas, was one of the most famous NBA players. Do you know his family name?



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Question 8:


Jason Scott Lee is an Asian American movie actor. He starred in all these movies except one.
Ride the High Country
Soldier
The Jungle Book
Tale of the Mummy

Question 9:


Francis Scott Key was an American lawyer and amateur poet. One of his poems was added to already existing music, and the combination was adopted as the American national anthem in 1931. This is the name of the above-mentioned poem.
To Anacreon in Heaven
The Star-Spangled Banner
The Defence of Fort M'Henry
His poem did not have a name.

Question 10:

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In the 1999 movie "American Beauty", actor Scott Bakula plays the role of this character.
Lester Burnham
Ricky Fitts
Jim Olmeyer
Jim Berkley


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