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written by: shimonbentzvi
 
A very difficult general quiz. Good luck!

Question 1:


Which was the first Disney production to show the death of a main character?
Pocahontas
Bambi
Peter Pan
Lion King

Question 2:


On the show Law and Order, Detective Lenny Briscoe was a New York City policeman for over 30 years. In that time, how many times did he shoot a person?
1
0
76
13

Question 3:


This lady was born in Chicago. She attended Wellesley College. She was a volunteer worker for Barry Goldwater's Presidential campaign. She won a Grammy in 1997. She was voted the 22nd sexiest woman by Celebrity Sleuth Magazine and web site in 1997. Who is she?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 4:


Exactly half of the US states have an even number of letters in their name.
True
False

Question 5:


Who created the first billion dollar company?
Alexander Farkas
Samuel Walton
Andrew Carnegie
J.P. Morgan

Question 6:


What do these people have in common: Star Jones, Randy Jackson, President Dwight David Eisenhower, Carnie Wilson, Diego Maradona?
They have all had gastric bypass surgery.
They have all received he Legiondaire Grand Award.
They have all been cited by the UN for their work with UNICEF.
They have all appeared on the long running BBC show Leaders of Our Times.

Question 7:


Nabisco makes animal crackers in a plant located in this state.
Utah
Ohio
New Jersey
Massachusetts

Question 8:


What was the first American city to fluoridate its water system?
Yonkers, New York
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Colorado Springs, Colorado
San Miguel, California

Question 9:


Which of these was the name of a London street which housed a prison?
Gaol
Brailey
Gow
Clink

Question 10:


What was the first European nation to grant women the right to vote?
Norway
Finland
Ireland
Austria

Question 11:


What was the "Dionysia"?
A classical Greek drama that was rewritten by Shakespeare as "A Midsummer's Night's Dream"
The ancient Greek name for what we call "The Parthenon"
The ancient Athenian celebration in honor of Dionysus
The ancient Spartan creed of the warrior

Question 12:


What is the name of the painting movement prominent around the beginning of the 20th century that included Gustave Moreau, Alfred Maurer, Henri Matisse, Maurice de Vlaminck and Bob Thompson?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 13:


Which term would best describe all the people on this list: Lincoln Steffens, Ida Tarbell, Jack Anderson, Jack Newfield, Ray Stannard Baker, Wayne Barret, Richard Behar?
Muckrakers
Positivists
Spoonerists
Playwrights

Question 14:


The first transcontinental car trip, S.F. to NYC, was made in 1906. How long did it take?
5 weeks
52 days
2 weeks
52 hours

Question 15:


Select the year in which these vents took place: Petroleum production began in the Middle East, the Cubs beat the Tigers in the World Series, and the Montreal Wanderers won the Stanley Cup.
1932
1924
1908
1916

 


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