Sporcle Live Weekly Highlights - 10/18 - 10/24/18

Can you name the answers to these questions that were asked at Sporcle Live events from 10/18 - 10/24/13?

Which Shakespeare play, classified as a comedy, is best known for the character Shylock and the famous 'Hath not a Jew eyes?' speech?Shakespeare
What 2001 Japanese animated fantasy film won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2003, being chosen over such films as Ice Age and Lilo and Stitch?Animated Films
What Big 10 university did NFL running backs Marion Barber III and Lawrence Maroney both attend during the 2000s?Big Ten Football
Who plays the title character in the 1991 movie Hook?Hooks
Frequently in the news during 2013, especially for his 21-hour long filibuster, Ted Cruz is the junior senator from what state?Politicians in the News
What classic video/arcade game series has spawned sequels called “Three Deep,” “Swampy’s Revenge” and “The Rescue”?Video Games
What U.S. lake was created more seven thousand years ago by the eruption of Mount Mazama?Lakes
In the Ben and Jerry's ice cream “Vermonty Python”, what animal shape are the chocolate pieces?Ice Cream
What tropical plant was the most common natural source of blue pigment before the era of synthetic chemicals?Plants
What New York Yankees pitcher won 72 games that were saved by legendary closer Mariano Rivera, more than any other?Pitchers
Which NASA space shuttle shares its name with the deepest point of the Mariana Trench?NASA
What audio equipment company uses the slogan 'Better Sound Through Research'?Slogans
What Charles Dickens novel features an orphan nicknamed Pip?Classic Characters
Which song by The Beatles contains lyrical phrases such as “joo joo eyeball”, “toe jam football”, “monkey finger”, and “walrus gumboot”?The Beatles
In what Italian city will you find an airport named for Marco Polo?Airports
What company originally owned the trademark to the name 'saltine' in the United States but lost it due to trademark dilution?Trademarks
In what 1988 film does John Candy attack the steak known as The Old 96er?80s Movies
The Ural Mountain Range lies almost entirely in what country?Mountains
What Italian word, now widely used in English, was first introduced to American audiences by a character playing a photographer in Fredrico Fellini’s 1960 movie “La Dolce Vita?Final Question of the Night #1 - Foreign Words
In 2006, the Curious George Soundtrack was the first animated film to make it to number one on the US Billboard Charts since 1995, when the soundtrack to what Disney animated film?Final Question of the Night #2 - Soundtracks
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  • Every week we'll pick 20 of our favorite questions from the previous week's games of Sporcle Live. You can play Sporcle Live for free at 200 locations. Click on the Live Trivia tab for more info.
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