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Can you name the person or character (real or fictional) including their descriptive monikers? (Please see note)?
Updated Sep 2, 2014
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*NOTE: Each answer will be a name followed by "the" and another word or words that they were known by, such as "Susan the Gentle", "Edmund the Just", "Lucy the Valiant", etc. Not all are people.
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Person or Character
Macedonian king, conqueror & empire builder from 336-323 BC
Alias of outlaw William H. Bonney
Jay North starred as this mischievous little boy in this 1959-63 sitcom; or comic owner of Gnasher
Sarah Michelle Gellar played this TV heroine who hunted forces of darkness.
Sega's spiky blue video game character; also seen in comics, cartoons, & film
Norman invader of England in 1066; King of England from 1066-1087
'Colorful' Nordic explorer; founded the first Nordic settlement in Greenland
Cranky green muppet who lives on Sesame Street
Prince of Wallachia 1431-1476; surname was Dracula; known for the cruel punishments he imposed on his enemies
In 1963, Peter, Paul & Mary sang about this mythical creature 'who lived by the sea'.
Comedian (one of the 'Original Kings of Comedy'); was in 'Barbershop' film
Children's animated television character who specializes in construction and home repairs
Black & white cartoon cat with a magic 'Bag of Tricks'
Stand-up comedian; starred on Blue Collar TV with Jeff Foxworthy & Bill Engvall
Animated pink canine who lives on a farm with elderly couple Muriel & Eustace; protects them from monsters & aliens
Naturalist; Commander of the early Roman Empire; died while saving people after Mt. Vesuvius' eruption
Person or Character
Santa's reindeer with the bright proboscis
In 1547 this not so pleasant prince crowned himself Russia's 1st czar
Leader of the Hunnic Empire from 434-453; invader of much of Europe
Children's 'giant' canine book character
Title Viking character in Dik & Chris Browne's comic strip
Very large pro wrestler turned actor; played Fezzik in The Princess Bride
Star of a winter/holiday song who came to life when a hat was placed on his head
Sword wielding warrior hero of books, comics, & films; Arnold Schwarzenegger played him on film
Prophet and cousin of Jesus; preached repentence
Cartoon spinach-eating seafarer hero; loves Olive Oyl
Unidentified serial killer of 1880's London
King of the Scots 1306-1329; led Scotland during the Wars of Scottish Independence against the Kingdom of England
Wizard of Oz's kind magical woman (film version); helped Dorothy
King of England 1189-1199; known as a great military leader; his prowess & courage in battle earned him his moniker
Mechanical engineer; educator; star of children's science show
Christopher Robin's bear friend from the Hundred Acre Wood
Apostle; son of Zebedee; brother of John; his moniker distinguished him from the other apostle with the same name
In The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, the older brother and the title given to him by Aslan
King of the English (978-1013,1014-1016) who became king as a young boy after the murder of his older brother; his reign was filled with turmoil
Steam locomotive who is the star of a children's TV series and books
15th century Prince of the Kingdom of Portugal; responsible for the beginning of the European worldwide explorations
Song about Macheath from 'The Beggar's Opera'; became a standard sung by Sinatra, Bobby Darin, & Louis Armstrong
Born Sophie Auguste Frederike von Anhalt-Zerbst, she was renamed before she became Empress of Russia from 1762 to 1796
Duane Chapman's reality show about capturing fugitives
Wizard and member of the Istari in The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings
Ruler of Russia & the Russian Empire from 1682 to 1725 who carried out a policy of modernization and expansion
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