The Bulls Head virtual quiz – 10th May

Welcome to The Bulls Head virtual quiz - 10th May

Last weeks winners were:

Remotely isolated with a staggering 178 points. Hope you enjoyed your champers.

Knocked off the top spot were Cornwall Blues with 174

and third are Dippy Dawe with 173

 

Most questions this week are for 1 point but we have thrown in a couple of bonus points too.

This week we have a bottle of Rose up for grabs.

 

Good luck everyone

Tracy x

 

 


 

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Email to send the results to
1.

General Knowledge.




Who was the first musician to achieve 1 billion YouTube hits?

2. The name of which famous bird stems from the Portuguese word for 'silly'?
3. What is the name of the Newfoundland dog in Peter Pan?
4. Which prison is part of the setting in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Hound of the Baskervilles'?
5. A nickname for New Orleans and the title of a film starring Dennis Quaid and Ellen Barkin. Three words.
6. U2 bassist Adam Clayton was engaged to which famous supermodel in 1993?
7. The name of which measurement stems from the Old English word for field?
8. What was the name of the only major naval battle during World War One?
9. Which falcon is the fastest animal in the world?
10. Sacred to both Muslims and Hindus, the mountain known as Adam's Peak is located in which country?
11.

Picture Round.


Click on the video's to reveal part of a picture.
Who is this?

16. With it's 3 spires a triumph of Gothic Revival Architecture and its magnificent spires can be seen soaring above the city’s skyline, and, are at their best when silhouetted by the bright blue sky. But where is it?

17. Name the castle?

18. A new bridge eases the path to this castle. Where is it?

19. Do you know the name of this "Castle"?

20. Where would you find this bridge?

21.

Name the Pubs!


All pubs are within a 10 mile (ish) radius of Callington






Known for the Grumpy landlord what is this pub called? (BTW the landlord has always been lovely to us and the food and beer is fantastic :-}) Shame it's in Devon though!

22. Name this pub - it might be full of chippies!

23. Don't forget to take your quiver. This pub is near Lanson .

24. Not been here for a long while. Sadly they had there opening and closing night on the same day due to the lockdown! We wish them well when the lockdown ends.

25. It lays claim to be the highest pub in Cornwall (Maybe disputed by another local though)

26. You can take your motorbike once a year for a mass gathering at this pub. What's it called?

27. The most amazing view. Camra pub of the year (2019) always have at least 4 ales and NO they don't do Tribute or Doom.

28. The notice is often/always ignored! What pub is it.

29. There were 4 pubs in the village but only 3 survive. what's this pub called?

30. Under refurbishment but what is this pub called?

31.

One Liners!


One line taken from a classic 70's song. But can you name the song?








It's got a groove, it's got a meaning.

32. It's a fool's game nothing but a fools game.
33. Whether you're a brother or whether you're a mother.
34. And we'll keep on fighting till the end.
35. 'Cause we're living in a world of fools.
36. want you, I need you, But there ain't no way I'm ever gonna love you
37. If you change your mind I'm the first in line.
38. Her name was Lola, she was a showgirl.
39. You'll be my breath should I grow old.
40. Meditate in my direction.
41.

T.V. & Film



Which 1997 film did Jim Carey play a character known as Fletcher Reid?
42. Whom did Bernard Hill play in the TV series Boyz from the black stuff?
43. Who played Godbar in porridge?
44. What was the name of the final Inspector Morse episode?
45. Who was the first host of Blankety Blank?
46. Which gangster did Faye Dunaway in the 1967 Arthur Penn Film play?
47. Which character does Nancy Cartwright play in the Simpsons?
48. For which film did Kevin Costner win a best director oscar in 1990?
49. What was the name of Postman Pats cat?
50. Which film comedy group was once known as the four nightingales?
51.

Food and Drink




Chablis comes from which French wine region?

52. Creme de Menthe and brandy make which cocktail?
53. From what 2 words did SPAM take its name from?
54. How many noggins in a pint?
55. In Australia, what are a "middy" and a "schooner"?
56. In what US state are 75% of world's pineapples grown?
57. What cocktail: Vodka, Galliano and Orange Juice?
58. What country is the largest consumer of beer per head?
59. What fruit contains the most calories?
60. What herb is used most often in garnishes?
61.

Connected




Excluding re-elections to the post, who was the UK’s 13th Prime Minister since the outbreak of World War II?
62. Which famous lyricist is also co-founder of the Guinness Book of Hit Singles?
63. Which ex-model and ex-Eastenders actress, who rose to fame in a famous “booze advert”, played Dolly Clothes-peg in TV’s Worzel Gummidge?
64. Which UK Olympic Gold medallist in two consecutive Games also broke the World Decathlon record four times?
65. In 1985, who duetted with Barbara Dickson in the song “I know him so well”, still the best selling record by a female duo?
66. In January 2009, which ‘80s pop star received a 15 months prison sentence on charges of false imprisonment?
67. Which music hall, television and film comedian, who died in 1990, was famous for his funny walks, deep sad voice and rubber faced grimaces?
68. What was the name of Michael J Fox’s character in the “Back to the future” films?
69. Which comedian, who died in 1983, had his own series in which he played amongst others, the characters Lampwick, Mandy and Clarence?
70. Which one word might connect the previous 9 answers? (10 point bonus)

Thanks for playing this week. Hope you had fun?

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6 thoughts on “The Bulls Head virtual quiz – 10th May

  • 10th May 2020 at 5:26 pm
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    Another really enjoyable quiz! Thank you!
    Just a small point- and I know it’s for fun- but we find it frustrating when marked wrong (5 correct answers) because we’ve used lower case and the answer has capitals-or vice versa where answer is all in lower case and we’ve used a capital letter!
    Could it be stated at the start what is acceptable and what’s not? Or maybe just use lower case throughout?

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    • 10th May 2020 at 7:27 pm
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      The AnSwErS are NOT case sensitive. “The Answer” will be the same as “the answer”.
      Thanks for playing great score.
      Tracy x

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  • 10th May 2020 at 5:29 pm
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    Do u always have 2 spell answers correct coz my spelling is shocking but some of my answers match urs x

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    • 10th May 2020 at 7:28 pm
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      We have tried to build in spelling variants but can’t cover all bases so sorry yes in this case spelling is quite important. You did ok though.

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  • 10th May 2020 at 5:48 pm
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    As an eighties teenager, this was an easy one this week, …

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  • 10th May 2020 at 6:40 pm
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    Thank you for my photo in The Bulls Head

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