The Chase General Knowledge #10

Guess the answers to these questions which come from The Chase
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Last updated: October 9, 2019
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1. Complete the line from the hit single 'Footloose', "Please, Louise, pull me off..." what?
Of my feet
Of my knees
Of the dancefloor
2. The dishes bhindi bhaji and gumbo both contain what vegetable?
Sweet potato
Okra
Chick pea
3. Which bowler has taken the most wickets in Ashes cricket?
Ian Botham
Shane Warne
Dennis Lillee
4. Isaac Newton appeared on the original logo for which technology company?
Microsoft
Samsung
Apple
5. In North American folklore, there will be six more weeks of winter weather from 2nd February if a groundhog sees what?
Another groundhog
Snow
Its shadow
6. By which of his three given names did the sculptor Rodin become known internationally?
François
René
Auguste
7. Which of these mainland Spanish resorts is the furthest north?
Marbella
Benidorm
Torremolinos
8. What did 'Private Eye' nickname former Labour leader Michael Foot because of his unkempt appearance?
Worzel Gummidge
Albert Steptoe
Fagin
9. The 2015 sequel starring Judi Dench and Maggie Smith is 'The Second Best...' what?
Exotic Marigold Hotel
Tea with Mussolini
Ladies in Lavender
10. Which of these Scottish football teams is based the furthest west?
East Stirling
East Kilbride
East Fife
11. The fictional city of Los Santos is a setting in what video game series?
Call of Duty
Resident Evil
Grand Theft Auto
12. Ethics is a branch of what discipline?
Philosophy
Psychology
Physiology
13. What domesticated animals are affected by a condition called 'broken wind'?
Sheep
Cows
Horses
14. How many days are there in the last three months of the calendar year?
90
91
92
15. Which radioactive chemical element, with atomic number 61, is named after a Titan from Greek myth?
Polonium
Fermium
Promethium
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