CONNECTIONS
The answers for questions 1 - 9 have something in common
1. What was the popular name of Marie Magdalene Dietrich the popular German American movie star of the 1930's and 40's?
 Marlene - Marlene - or Mar-leen - Boyce (Boycie's wife)
2. In "The Omen" series of movies what was the name of the son of Satan?
 Damien or Damien Thorne (Damien Trotter - Del & Raquel's son)
3. Who was the leading actress in the 1966 monster movie 'One Million Years BC'?
 Raquel Welch - (Raquel Turner - Del's girlfriend)
4. In Greek mythology, who was the Trojan princess cursed with the gift of prophecy but who was never believed?
 Cassandra (Cassandra Parry - later became Rodney's wife)
5. What was the name of Clive Dunn's (Corporal Jones from Dad's Army) only Number One hit single in 1971?
 Grandad (aka Edward Kitchener 'Ted' Trotter)
6. What was the name of the famous horse owned by movie star Roy Rogers?
 Trigger (aka Colin Ball played by the late Roger Lloyd-Pack)
7. What was the name of the Welsh comedian singer and entertainer who's catch phrase was Oggy-Oggy-Oggy!?
 Max Boyce (Boycie - the car salesman)
8. What was the name of the British Admiral who won the battle of Cape St. Vincent in 1780?
 Sir George Rodney (Rodney Trotter or "Rodders" etc)
9. Founded in Round Rock, Texas, in 1984, which company was the third largest seller of computers in the world in 2014?
 Dell (Del Boy Trotter)
10. What is the connection?
 Only Fools and Horses Characters