Also a President's Name Quiz Stats

Quiz Updated Jun 18, 2012

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Clue Answer % Correct
Original Star Wars trilogy actor who qualifies twice in this category.Harrison Ford
68.2%
'Shaft' composer who later voiced Chef on 'South Park'.(Isaac) Hayes
57.2%
Kanye interuptee.Taylor (Swift)
55.4%
'Breakfast at Tiffany's' and 'In Cold Blood' author.Truman (Capote)
54.2%
Lead character in a 'Family Guy' spin-off.Cleveland (Brown)
52.8%
Fantasy author of 'The Hero' and 'The Crown'(Robin) McKinley
51.7%
Sherman Hemsley's character in the second 'All in the Family' spin-off(George) Jefferson
48.8%
NBA star who retired in 1991, announcing he had HIV.(Earvin 'Magic') Johnson
47.6%
Excalibur wielder of legend(King) Arthur
46.5%
Lasagnaphillic feline.Garfield
45.5%
'Everything Zen' band led by Gavin RossdaleBush
44.6%
Bob Dylan 1967 album that introduced 'All Along The Watchtower', the title misspelled the gunslinger's last name.(John Wesley) Harding
44%
Falsely imprisoned boxer who became subject of the film 'The Hurricane'.(Rubin 'Hurricane') Carter
43.9%
Hanks' 'companion' in 'Cast Away'.Wilson (volleyball)
43.1%
2nd most popular first name for American baby girls in the past decade.Madison
42.9%
FBI director, 1935-72.(J. Edgar) Hoover
41.6%
Clue Answer % Correct
1969 hit for Tony Joe White '____ Salad Annie'. The 'salad' must be triple-boiled to reduce toxins in the leaves.Polk
38%
Abstract painter known for his 'drip' technique. Subject of a 2000 bio-pic.Jackson (Pollock)
33.8%
First elected in 1998, she's the former senior Senator from Arkansas(Blanche) Lincoln
32.1%
Author of the 'Hitchhiker's Guide' 5-part trilogy(Douglas) Adams
30.8%
The founder of funk bands Parliament and Funkadelic. Had solo hit with 'Atomic Dog'.(George) Clinton
30%
He finished second to Humphrey Bogart on AFI's '100 Years, 100 Stars' list.(Cary) Grant
26.2%
Her name is Faith, but in 'Hope And Faith', she played 'Hope'.(Faith) Ford
25.5%
She played Miranda in 'Sex And The City'.(Cynthia) Nixon
23%
Pen name of advice columnist usually called 'Dear Abby'.(Abigail) Van Buren
20.4%
Object of 'The Great Gatsby's desire.(Daisy) Buchanan
18.6%
M*A*S*H surgeon played by Donald Sutherland and Alan Alda.(Benjamin Franklin 'Hawkeye') Pierce
18.4%
Los Angeles hotel that hosted the first Academy Awards in 1929.Roosevelt (Hotel)
17.9%
Only actor to appear in all 4 Airport movies, he won an Oscar for 'Cool Hand Luke'.(George) Kennedy
17.1%
Method-acting legend Lee Strasberg said among all his students, her acting talent
was second only to Marlon Brando.
(Marilyn) Monroe
16.4%
On 'Doctor Who', companion to both the Ninth Doctor (Eccleston) & Tenth Doctor (David Tennant).(Rose) Tyler
14.8%

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