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Intelligence Quiz 3

1. Which of these popular American movie actors played the role of 'Easy Reader' on the childrens' television show 'The Electric Company'?
2. Canada has a number of very large islands off its northern coast. Of these sizable isles, which is the northernmost?
3. Which of these famous pop singers was not in 'The Mickey Mouse Club' as a youth?
4. The surface appearance of one of these famous monuments in the United States can sensibly be described using the word 'patina', but which?
5. Ben Jonson said of this man's work, when told that he had boasted of never correcting a single line, 'Would he had blotted out a thousand.' To whom was Jonson referring?
6. In the Disney movie "Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs", which was the only dwarf with only one tooth?
7. A former slave, she is probably most famous for her 'Ain't I a Woman' speech at the 1851 Women's Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio. What was her name?
8. Thirteen North American colonies fought the Revolutionary War against Great Britain and founded the United States. Which was the 14th state to join the union?
9. 'Sweeney Todd' was a 1936 movie about a mad barber who has a deal with a baker to provide meat for his pies. Unfortunately, the barber acquires his 'meat' by killing his customers. The movie title referred to Sweeney Todd as being the Demon Barber of which London street?
10. This 3rd century Greek mathematician wrote the standard geometric textbook that was used for nearly two millennia, 'Elements'. What was the name of this ancient Greek genius?
11. Why did Jack Webb choose badge number 714 for his Sgt. Friday character on the 1960s television show called 'Dragnet'?

Author: Mike Hanson


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