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Can you guess the connection between the questions in today’s quiz?

QUESTIONS

1. Which actor won a BAFTA for his role as Dickie Greenleaf in ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ and has appeared as Dr Watson in ‘Sherlock Holmes’ and the title character of Lemony Snicket in A Series of Unfortunate Events?

2. What in French is fraise, in Greek is fraoula, and in German is erdbeere?

3. What type of vehicle Red October in the Tom Clancy novel?

4. What is the name of ex-England footballer, Peter Crouch’s model and TV personality wife?

5. Which minerals are classed as the hardest on the Mohs scale?

6. Which large, flippered marine creature found near the Arctic Circle is characterised by its moustached whiskers and two long tusks?

7. What nickname is given to the ‘spy plane’, the Lockheed SR-71 which flew with the US Air Force between 1964 and 1998?

8. In the TV show, ‘Dexter’, what is the name of Dexter Morgan’s son?

9. What was Samuel Colt’s most famous invention which was patented in 1836 and became a staple for gunslingers in the Wild West?

10. Who was the First Lady to President Franklin D. Roosevelt?

What Is The Connection?

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ANSWERS

1. Which actor won a BAFTA for his role as Dickie Greenleaf in ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ and has appeared as Dr Watson in ‘Sherlock Holmes’ and the title character of Lemony Snicket in A Series of Unfortunate Events?
JUDE LAW

2. What in French is fraise, in Greek is fraoula, and in German is erdbeere?
STRAWBERRY

3. What type of vehicle Red October in the Tom Clancy novel?
SUBMARINE

4. What is the name of ex-England footballer, Peter Crouch’s model and TV personality wife?
ABBEY CLANCEY

5. Which minerals are classed as the hardest on the Mohs scale?
DIAMONDS

6. Which large, flippered marine creature found near the Arctic Circle is characterised by its moustached whiskers and two long tusks?
WALRUS

7. What nickname is given to the ‘spy plane’, the Lockheed SR-71 which flew with the US Air Force between 1964 and 1998?
BLACKBIRD

8. In the TV show, ‘Dexter’, what is the name of Dexter Morgan’s son?
HARRISON MORGAN

9. What was Samuel Colt’s most famous invention which was patented in 1836 and became a staple for gunslingers in the Wild West?
REVOLVER

10. Who was the First Lady to President Franklin D. Roosevelt?
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT

What is the connection?
THE BEATLES

1. Hey Jude

2. Strawberry Fields Forever

3. Yellow Submarine

4. Abbey Road

5. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

6. I Am The Walrus

7. Blackbird

8. George Harrison

9. Revolver

10. Eleanor Rigby