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Round One:

Category: Trademarks
Q: What movie studio has a roaring lion as its trademark?
Answer: MGM

Category: State Capitals
Q: What is the capital of West Virginia?
Answer: Charleston

Category: Greek Letters
Q: What is the last letter in the Greek Alphabet?
Answer: Omega

Category: Money
Q: What President appears on the American Fifty Dollar Bill? (Don't look in your wallet!)
Answer: Ulysses S. Grant

TWO-PART BONUS (5 points each)
Category: Geography
Q: What two countries share a border with Mongolia?
Answer: Russia & China

Round Two:

Category: Public Relations
Q: What pain reliever was subjected to a public relations scare in the 1980's due to reported cases of Cyanide tampering?
Answer: Tylenol

Category: Novelists
Q: What novelist penned the classic novel "To Kill a Mockingbird"?
Answer: Harper Lee

Category: Gangsters
Q: What famous gangster orchestrated "The St. Valentine's Day Massacre?"
Answer: Al Capone

Category: The Human Body
Q: What is the name of the acid present in the human stomach used for digestion?
Answer: Hydrochloric Acid (HCl)

THREE PART BONUS (5 points each)
Category: History
Q: During World War 2, What three countries made up the core of the Axis Powers?
Answer: Germany, Italy, & Japan

Round Three:

Category: Numbers
Q: What is the name for the number represented by a 1 followed by 100 zeroes?
Answer: A Googol

Category: Bond, Jemes Bond.
Q: What is the sole James Bond film that featured George Lazenby at agent 007?
Answer: On Her Majesty's Secret Service

Category: Rock and Roll
Q: Who was the first woman to be inducted in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
Answer: Aretha Franklin

Category: Shakespeare
Q: In what Shakespeare play do you find the line, 'All the world's a stage...'?
Answer: As You Like It

FOUR-PART BONUS (5 points each)
Category: U.S. Presidents
Q: Who are the four U.S. Presidents who have been assassinated while in office?
Answer: Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, James Garfield, William McKinley

Round Four:

Category: The Bill of Rights
Q: Which Constitutional Amendment protects citizens from illegal searches and seizures by the government?
Answer: #4

Category: Boxing
Q: Six months before a World Heavyweight title bout with Cassius Clay, what boxer fearlessly predicted, "It will take me a round and a half to catch him, and then half a round to knock him out."?
Answer: Sonny Liston

Category: Also Known As
Q: What U.S. President was born with the name Leslie King Jr.?
Answer: Gerald Ford

Category: Computers
Q: What company invented the transistor, one of the most important developments leading to the personal computer revolution, in 1947?
Answer: Bell Laboratories

FIVE-PART BONUS (5 points each)
Category: Box Office
Q: What are the top five highest-grossing domestic R-Rated films in history?
1. Passion of the Christ, The (2004) $364,316,385
2. Matrix Reloaded, The (2003) $281,492,479
3. Beverly Hills Cop (1984) $234,760,500
4. Saving Private Ryan (1998) $216,119,491
5. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) $204,843,350

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