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September 2001    (Questions 21 to 40 of 119)According to his fake ID, in `The Simpsons`, in feet and inches how tall is Bart Simpson?
4 foot, 2 inchesWhat character was Henry Winkler best known for playing?
Fonzie (in `Happy Days`)Which of the following elements has a chemical symbol which does not begin with `I`? Iodine, Iron or Iridium?
IronWhich famous film director directed the second segment of the 1983 film `Twighlight Zone: The Movie`?
Steven SpielbergWho is the first character to speak in the film `Star Wars`?
C3P0`Your Song` in 1970 was the first American hit by which British artist?
Elton JohnWhich five countries border Argentina?
Bolivia; Brazil; Chile; Paraguay; Uruguay.Which group had a UK number one hit single in 1977 with `So You Win Again`?
Hot ChocolateWhat is the name of Sherlock Holmes` housekeeper?
Mrs HudsonWhich 1967 film starred Sidney Poiter, and had a theme tune performed by Lulu?
`To Sir With Love`What is the name given to someone who studies plants?
BotanistWhat is the name of the Christian festival that happens 12 days after Christmas?
EpiphanyIn which country was Florence Nightingale born?
ItalyIn which 1995 film is the main character called Jim Lovell?
Apollo 13What were the surnames of Bonnie and Clyde?
Bonnie Parker and Clyde BarrowWho directed the films `Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!` and `Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls`?
Russ MeyerWhich number is referred to as `Doctor`s Orders` in Bingo?
9What does the letter `S` stand for in `NASA`? Space, Science or Society?
SpaceIn maths what name is given to the series of numbers where each number is the sum of the previous two?
Fibonacci SeriesIn `The Twelve Days Of Christmas`, if you add up the number of swans-a-swimming and geese-a-laying, what do you get? 13, 14 or 15?
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