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Partners In Crime

written by: Delia
Can you imagine having fish without chips? Or a hamburger without ketchup? That's right, you cannot have one without the other. Itis the same with the "partners" in this quiz.

Question 1:

These two cartoon characters are in a constant chase. They appeared in 1940 under the pencil of William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. The original variation of the short series have won seven Academy Awards.
Batman and Robin
Tom and Jerry
Beavis and Butthead
Asterix and Obelix

Question 2:

Although these famous dolls are presented as intimate friends, they are named after a brother and sister - who are the children of the dolls' creator - Ruth Handler.
Tramp & Lady
Napoleon & Josephine
Aladdin & Jasmine
Barbie and Ken

Question 3:

The Great Depression in the US inspired these two to start travelling the Southwestern part of the country, robbing banks.
Emilio and Gloria Estefan
Dorothy & Toto
Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon
Bonnie and Clyde

Question 4:

These two are a famous cartoon couple that made their first public appearance in 1929. Before becoming his partner, she was the star of "Thimble Theater" and ran in over 600 newspapers. At the time, she was not the skinny girl from the cartoon today.
Batman and Robin
Popeye and Olive
Bert and Ernie
Bonnie and Clyde

Question 5:

This non-alcoholic drink originated as medicine against malaria because it contained quinine. However, it was not a pleasant drink and people started mixing it with an alcoholic beverage. Therefore, this famous cocktail was born and its initial purpose - forgotten.
Whiskey and soda
Vodka and tomato juice
Gin and tonic
Vodka and coke

Question 6:

The characters of this 1997 cartoon are siblings, although they are from different animal species. The first episode was quite dramatic, sending the brother to Hell for smoking.
Chip and Dale
Cow and Chicken
Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner
Captain Scarlet & the Mysterons

Question 7:

The male in this couple was the first man in the world, according to the Bible. God made the woman out of his rib.
Rhett & Scarlet
Romeo & Juliet
Adam & Eve
Antony & Cleopatra

Question 8:

This couple, created by Robert Louis Stevenson, is like getting 2 for 1. Two personalities are hidden in one, one of them being his normal identity, and the other is his dark side.
Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid
Edward & Wallace Simpson
Kruder and Dorfmeister
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Question 9:

These two are characters from a famous novel for children. It is about a boy who does not want to grow up and experiences magical adventures. Before the novel was published, the name of his girlfriend was not common at all.
Popeye & Olive
Bonnie & Clyde
Basil Fawlty & Sybil
Peter Pan & Wendy

Question 10:

This proverbial couple was created by Shakespeare. They became victims of their feuding families.
Barbie & Ken
Aladdin & Jasmine
Romeo & Juliet
Adam & Eve


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