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1. Who was the star of the 1928 silent comedy Steamboat Bill Jr?

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1. 'Square Dance', 'Round the Square', 'Round the Houses'. All working titles for which long-running TV programme?

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1. Massachusetts state senate governor Elbridge Gerry (1744-1814) gave his name to what type of political manipulation?

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1. In 1909 the chemist Leo Baekeland announced the creation of the first synthetic plastic. What did he call it?

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1. As a police cadet, which future member of Sixties UK pop group was first on the scene of the April 1960 crash in Wiltshire that resulted in the death of singer Eddie Cochran?

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