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1 What phrase completes this nursery rhyme: “Three geese in a flock—one flew East, one flew West—and _ _ _ _ _ _”? 2 When viewers realised that actor Clark Gable didn’t wear an undershirt in one scene in a movie, sales of men’s vests and undershirts supposedly plummeted as a result. Which movie was this?
3 Thomas Harris’s sequel to Red Dragon became a bestseller that upstaged the first book. What is it called?
4 Margaret Mitchell saw only one book published in her lifetime, but it was memorable enough to ensure lasting fame for her. What is its title? 5 President Franklin D Roosevelt credited this book for hastening America’s involvement in the Second World War. Winston Churchill is said to have claimed that it had done more for the Allied cause than a flotilla of battleships, and was further quoted as saying that it was worth “six divisions of war effort”. In 1942, when the film came out, Roosevelt ordered it rushed to theatres. Which book/movie is this?
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