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5 Questions: Toujours Paris

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Three months after Charlie Chaplin died his corpse was stolen by two Swiss mechanics in order to extort money from the family. The robbers were captured and Chaplin's body was found eleven weeks later. To prevent further attempts, he was reburied under co

Three months after Charlie Chaplin died his corpse was stolen by two Swiss mechanics in order to extort money from the family. The robbers were captured and Chaplin's body was found eleven weeks later. To prevent further attempts, he was reburied under concrete.

5 Questions: Girl Power

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C-3PO and R2-D2 visited <em>Sesame Street</em> in 1980. They played games, sang songs, and R2-D2 fell in love with a fire hydrant.

C-3PO and R2-D2 visited Sesame Street in 1980. They played games, sang songs, and R2-D2 fell in love with a fire hydrant.

5 Questions: Is it Dark in Here?

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5 Questions: Citrus Fruit

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The Kentucky Derby was the brainchild of Meriwether Lewis Clark Jr. He was the grandson of William Clark (of Lewis and Clark fame).

The Kentucky Derby was the brainchild of Meriwether Lewis Clark Jr. He was the grandson of William Clark (of Lewis and Clark fame).

France's last execution via guillotine was in 1977.

France's last execution via guillotine was in 1977.

What Side of the Road Do They Drive on?

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Though many countries have changed which side of the road they drive on over the years (did you know that in many parts of Canada, for instance, people drove on the left until the 1920s?), for this quiz, we're asking what side of the road you'd drive on if you visited these countries today.

Back to the Future: The Quiz

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No celebration of the 1980s would be complete without discussing the Back to the Future franchise—the trilogy that made a generation of kids crave hoverboards, roof-hinged car doors and Huey Lewis cassette tapes. Turn the time circuits on and see how well you remember Hill Valley, circa 1985. (And 1955. And 2015. And 1885.)

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