New Quiz *Mixed bag*

We won the one before last with a perfect score and the last one we had a mixed bag on the last section. I will put the answers up to the last one on Saturday as I am working tomorrow night 

 

Here's the latest ..... good luck 

 

Part 1=Musicals 5 points for each answer or part of.


1 In Les Miserables who dies in Marius’s arms? 
2 “ Nothing like a dame” comes from which musical? 
3 Which character has body image issues in The Full Monty? 
4 The musical “ The Secret Garden” run for how many performances on Broadway from 1991? 
5 Which character sings “ Alas for you” and in which musical? 
6 Name the child characters in “The sound of music” 
7 What song does Roger write for Mimi in “ Rent the musical”? 
8 “so if I get a hickey,please don’t have a cow” is a line in which song in which musical? 
9 How many costumes are in each performance of “Phantom of the Opera”? 
10 Peter Gennaro won an award in 1977 for what and in which musical? 

 

Part 2 – Books 5 points for each answer or part of 


1 “ Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man’s heart.....” complete the quote and give the book title and author. 
2 In “ The adventures of Tom Sawyer” who does he fall in love with? 
3 Name the clown in Stephen Kings “It” 
4 The film “The Golden Compass” is based on which book by whom? 
5 During which war is Catch-22 set? 
6 “ Never did I behold a vision so horrible as his face, of such loathsome, yet appalling hideousness? Name the book and author 
7 Saleem Sinai is a character in which book and by whom? 
8 Portly is missing ...where does he turn up and in which book by whom??? 
9 Who is the evil pirate in treasure Island and the name of the pub in the story? 
10 In A Christmas Carol what was the boy who bought the turkey wearing?

 

Part 3 - 14 Picture clues to Album covers( in comments below)- Name the album and Band!!!!! 5 points for each

 

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Musicals

2. South Pacific

3. Dave Horsefall

6. Von Trapp children were, in order, (yes, I have seen the film far too many times!) Leisl, Friedrich, Louisa, Kurt, Brigitta, Marta and Gretl

 

Books

2. Becky Thatcher

5. WW2

6. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

10. His Sunday clothes

 

Album covers

9. Rod Stewart- Tonight I’m Yours

 

I'm coming into this late and I'm not sure I can contribute all that much, but as before I've collated the various answers from this thread, with a few additions.

[I'm splitting it into three posts to keep things relatively tidy...]

 

Part 1:

1) Éponine

2) South Pacific

3) The musical moved the story to Buffalo, N.Y., and the character in it is Dave Bukatinsky, but in the original film he’s Dave Horsefall.

4) 709 performances (from Wiki)

5) Jesus in “Godspell”

6) Leisl, Friedrich, Louisa, Kurt, Brigitta, Marta and Gretl

7) “Your Eyes”

8) “Mama, I’m a Big Girl Now” from “Hairspray”

9) ?

10) Best Choreography – “Annie”

Part 2:

1) "…and the fall through the air of the true, wise friend called Piggy." – “Lord of the Flies” by William Golding

2) Becky Thatcher

3) Pennywise

4) “Northern Lights” by Phillip Pullman (The book was actually called “The Golden Compass” in the States.)

5) World War II (It’s about US airmen in the Italian Campaign.)

6) “Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus” by Mary Shelley

7) “Midnight’s Children” by Salman Rushdie

8) On an island, with Pan (the Greek God). The Wind in the Willows” by Kenneth Grahame

9) Pirate: Long John Silver – although as El Loro says there are other pirates, and I'm not sure I’d single him out as the “evil” one. Pub: Jim Hawkins and his mother run the Admiral Benbow Inn, but note that Silver also runs a tavern – the Spy-glass (I’m not sure it’s ever directly named as such, but the pub sign is a telescope).

10) His “Sunday clothes”.

I found the "Classical" albums a real problem here. These sorts of albums generally don't have "names", but just list the pieces - and there can be several of them! Also what's the "Band" in these cases - composer or musicians? 

I've (more-or-less) identified two of them, but the other two remain a bit vague...

 

Part 3:

1) “Script for a Jester’s Tear” - Marillion

2) ? (This one’s annoying me, as I recognize it, but can’t put a name to it.)

3) “Year of the Cat” - Al Stewart

4) “Rumours” - Fleetwood Mac

5) Going by the artists, this must be Bach’s Concerto for Four Harpsichords. From the similar image here - http://ecx.images-amazon.com/i...Q7T99HFL._SX300_.jpg - it’s the Bach Concertos for 3 and 4 Harpsichords by those 4 musicians and The English Concert.

6) From the image, I would guess Grieg – Piano Concerto and/or Peer Gynt. Failing that: Sibelius - Finlandia?

7) I agree with El Loro - this must be a recording of Handel’s Water Music. Goodness knows who by, though…

8) The picture is of Edward Elgar. Going by https://images.991.com/large_i...mp+and+Ci-533151.jpg, it’s an album by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of various works: “Enigma Variations”, “Pomp and Circumstance” and Marches.

9) “Tonight I’m Yours” – Rod Stewart

10) “Lionheart” - Kate Bush

11) “Johnny the Fox” - Thin Lizzy

12) ?

13) “American Pie” – Don McLean

14) “Seventh Son of a Seventh Son” – Iron Maiden

FWIW, finally confirmed that album cover #7 is Handel's Water Music:

If we have to list the performers as well as the composer, it's worth noting that the conductor was Yehudi Menuhin, so it's a fairly significant recording.

[Also rather amusing that it's the Bath Festival Orchestra performing the "Water Music"...  ]

 

Still can't nail cover #2 - if anyone can identify it, please put me out of my misery as it's starting to drive me up the wall!  

The last quiz results 

 

Part 1-Halloween Movies 


1 Halloween 2
2 Beetlejuice
3 Casper
4 Monster House
5 Halloween Town
6 Rocky Horror Picture Show
7 Frankenweenie
8 Hocus Pocus
9 Shaun of the dead
10 Babadook
11The Haunting of Hill House
12 ParaNorman
13 Scream 65


Part 2-Horror Villains and the Franchises 


1 Freddie Kruger- Nightmare on Elm Street
2 The Nun- The Conjuring
3 Pinhead -Hellraiser
4 Hannibal Lector- Silence of the Lambs
5 Chucky- Chucky
6 Damian – The Omen
7 Leatherface-Texas Chainsaw Massacre
8 Ghostface - Scream
9 Jigsaw- Saw
10 Anabelle- The Conjuring
11 Pennywise- It
12 Samara –The Ring 120


Part 3 What band and connection 


1 Eric Clapton- Cream
2 Ozzie Osbourne – Black Sabbath
3 David Gilmour- Pink Floyd
4 Ronnie James Dio- Deep Purple
5 Justin Hayward- Moody Blues
6 Barry Hay- Golden Earring
7 Onnie McIntyre- Average White Band
8 Richie Castellano- Blus Oyster Cult
9 Twink- Pink Faeries
10 Mike Dirnt- Green Day
11 Tony Leven- King Crimson
12 Angry Anderson- Rose Tattoo
13 Die- Dir En Grey
14 Kenji Suzuki- Simply Red 
15 Mike Mc Cready- Pearl Jam

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