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1. The 1964 film 'A Shot in the Dark' was the second appearance of which fictional detective?

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1. In the mass escape from Stalag Luft III German POW camp in 1944, popularised in the film 'The Great Escape', what were the names of the three escape tunnels?

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1. The late 1950s and early '60s rock'n'roller Vince Taylor inspired which fictitious character?

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1. The character Ron Swanson, played by Nick Offerman, is the director of a local government department which gives its name to what US sitcom?

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1. Which phrase regarding the persuasive power of numbers did Mark Twain attribute to Benjamin Disraeli?

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1. The director Orson Welles spent many of his final years trying to complete a film based on a classic work of 17th-century literature. What was it?

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1. In 1889 in New York, what did Customers' Afternoon Letter become?

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The Life Browser: Wands at the ready

The international trailer for next year's Harry Potter film, 'The Half-Blood Prince', has been premiered online at FirstShowing.net. The exclusive clip contains brand-new footage from the sixth film in the Potter parade. tinyurl.com/6hoeuz

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Nobody could suggest that Barack Obama supporters aren't web-savvy – their latest online hit is a clip that imagines a world where John McCain (pictured) wins by a single vote. The clip can be customised and forwarded to a potential non-voter. See tinyurl.com/6el9o3

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Beyond the Palin?

When Tina Fey played Sarah Palin on 'Saturday Night Live', the video become NBC.com's most watched viral. Now Fey has reprised that role in a skit based on last week's vice-presidential debate. ( www.huffing tonpost.com /2008/10/ 04/tina-fey-as-sarah-palin-i_n_ 131964.html )

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Since partying with Princes William and Harry last year, Kanye West's royal influence can't be ignored. Now, he's demanding a knighthood for fashion designer Christopher Kane on his blog. Could a Kanye-inspired honour be on the cards? ( tinyurl.com/3kbocj )

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Texan model/designer Erin Wasson discusses her clothing range on the YouTube channel of New York magazine 'Nylon'. Wasson says, "The people with the best style for me are the people who are the poorest. Like when I go down to Venice Beach and I see the homeless, I'm like, oh my God, they're pulling out crazy looks, they like, pull shit out of garbage cans." Awesome.

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