Pub quiz questions

  1. Who claimed it was his idea to have his character killed off in the first Star Wars movie so he 'wouldn't have to go on saying those rubbish lines?'
    Sir Alec Guinness

  2. Who said the famous phrase "An army marches on its stomach?"

  3. Who's face reminded Clive James of two crows that had crash-landed into the White Cliffs of Dover.
    Barbara Cartland

  4. What had an Australian called the Earl of Wessex when he snapped 'I won't recognise that name'?

  5. Which movie hears John Cusack, as Craig Schwartz, saying "Nobody's looking for a puppeteer in today's wintry economic climate?"
    Being John Malkovich

  6. Which town did Charles Dickens describe as "the dullest and most stupid spot on the face of the earth?"

  7. Which wartime leader said "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owd by so many to so few?"
    Winston Churchill

  8. Which film actor was described by the film critic John Simon as resembling a half-melted rubber bulldog?
    Walter Matthau

  9. Where, in a 1961 speech, did John F Kennedy say the USA should commit to landing a man before the decade was out?
    On the moon

  10. Which 1999 movie was hyped: "Ever want to be someone else? Now you can!"?
    Being John Malkovich