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Actor Barry Fitzgerald was Oscar-nominated in 1945 for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor for playing a priest in <em>Going My Way</em>. He won the latter but conceivably could have won two Oscars for playing one role. The rules were later changed to pr

Actor Barry Fitzgerald was Oscar-nominated in 1945 for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor for playing a priest in Going My Way. He won the latter but conceivably could have won two Oscars for playing one role. The rules were later changed to prevent this from happening again.

5 Questions: Fiscal "Cliff"

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5 Questions: What a Ham

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More than 300 million Cadbury Creme Eggs are produced each year.

More than 300 million Cadbury Creme Eggs are produced each year.

5 Questions: At the Deli Counter

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5 Questions: Designing Women

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5 Questions: Roaming the Halls

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Name the Six Clue Characters in Two Minutes

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You've probably played it a million times, but how well do you remember the six original characters from Clue? None of this new-fangled "Madame Rose" or "Sergeant Grey" stuff - strictly the basics, please. And sorry, there's no Singing Telegram Girl either. You'll need to enter the whole name (so, "Ms. Chartreuse, not just 'Chartreuse"). To jog your memory, the victim is Mr. Boddy. You've got two minutes - good luck!

The birth of the DJ occurred in 1953, when 24-year-old Régine Zylberberg, manager of Paris’s famous Whisky a Go-Go, undertook an experiment to replace the club’s jukebox with two turntables and a microphone. In no time, DJs were pumping up the jam at

The birth of the DJ occurred in 1953, when 24-year-old Régine Zylberberg, manager of Paris’s famous Whisky a Go-Go, undertook an experiment to replace the club’s jukebox with two turntables and a microphone. In no time, DJs were pumping up the jam at parties the world over. By the 1970s, Zylberberg was running 25 clubs across Europe and the Americas.

5 Questions: Female Sheep

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5 Questions: Good Night __________

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