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100

This African country served at the setting for Tatooine in Star Wars.

Tunisia

100

Which National Park is the oldest in the USA, and is home to Old Faithful, a geyser?

Yellowstone

100

This term for a type of email message came from a Monty Python sketch about a canned meat product.

spam

100

What Hollywood movie star plays himself in Zombieland?

Bill Murray

100

These northern European sailors were known for their raiding into Europe from the 8th to 11th centuries.

The Vikings

200

This city has the largest population of all the US state capitals.

Phoenix AZ

200

This is the nickname of the Bell in the Clock Tower in the Palace of Westminster

Big Ben

200

Bill Joy developed this editor in 1976 prior to founding Sun Microsystems

vi

200

This Best Picture Oscar winning movie has had 8 sequels

Rocky

200

The government of this world power dissolved on December 26th, 1991

USSR

300

This country used to be known as Siam.

Thailand

300

This world famous mausoleum was built between 1632 and 1653

Taj Mahal

300

Alta Vista is a type of what

Search Engine

300

Prince Humperdinck is the main antagonist of which 1987 fantasy film?

The Princess Bride  (also will accept The Greatest Movie of All Time)

300

Named for a mythic king this brother of Henry VIII married Catherine of Aragon first before dying at age 15

Arthur Tudor (Prince of Wales)

400

This country is the site of the Emu "War" of 1932. The emus won.

Australia

400

This German landmark was pulled down, to scenes of mass celebration, in November 1989

Berlin Wall

400

The Bronze Age Collapse was followed by this metallic Age

Iron Age

400

This actor is the only actor to be in a movie with Elvis, play Elvis in a movie, play an Elvis impersonator in a movie, and do a voice over as Elvis in a movie.

Kurt Russell

400

In 1976, this Vietnamese City was renamed to Ho Chi Minh City

Saigon

500

This US State has the longest coastline

Alaska

500

This country has the most number of pyramids in Africa.

Sudan

500

Scottish Inventor Alexander Bain received a patent in 1843 for the "Electric Printing Telegraph" which is known today by this name.

Fax machine

500

This movie, based upon a board game, bombed at the box office when released in 1985, but has become a cult classic

Clue

500

This Greek warrior conquered vast regions in the Middle East, Africa, and India in the 4th Century BC

Alexander the Great

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