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IQ1: Were you a Scottish businessman who founded a grocery company, most known for selling a particular beverage, that over a century later still bears your name? - Correct, Thomas Lipton. (Thought I'd get you with that one...)

IQ2: Are you an actress who starred in a sitcom that made “Kiss my grits!” a catchphrase for a time? Linda Lavin, in Alice.

IQ3: Are you an actor who spent years of your career acting while wearing a woman’s hairclip over your eyes? - Correct, LeVar Burton as Geordi La Forge in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

DQ: Female?[/QUOTE]

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I thought Johnny Weismuller was the first, so take a DQ; dunno and dunno.


Not Mr. Lipton, dunno and not LeVar Burton.
IQ1: Are you symbolically represented by a winged ox?

IQ2: Are you the eponymous heroine of a Donizetti opera, famous for your “mad scene” (and also for a score that requires a glass harmonica in the orchestra)?

IQ3: Are you the eponymous heroine of a 19th century novel, whose name has been borrowed for a type of cookie?



DQ: Born before 1800?
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IQ1: Does your song Are You Gonna Go My Way frequently appear in Classic Rock radio rotation?
IQ2: Did you play The Incredible Hulk on TV?
IQ3: Were you and Earl S[c]ruggs the Foggy Mountain Boys?
Dunno, not Lou Ferrigno, and dunno.

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IQ1: Are you symbolically represented by a winged ox?

IQ2: Are you the eponymous heroine of a Donizetti opera, famous for your “mad scene” (and also for a score that requires a glass harmonica in the orchestra)?

IQ3: Are you the eponymous heroine of a 19th century novel, whose name has been borrowed for a type of cookie?....
Not St. Luke, dunno, and not Lorna Doone.

L.

1. fictional
2. male
3. only name begins with L
4. originally from literature
5. not the protagonist
6. born after 1800
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IQs:

1) Were you the first silver screen Tarzan?
2) Are you the protagonist in The Loud House?
3) Did you compose Heaven's Artillery (March)?
I thought Johnny Weismuller was the first, so take a DQ; dunno and dunno.
#1 was silent film star Elmo Lincoln.
#2 is Lincoln Loud.
#3 was Harry J. Lincoln.

To think I swept EH with Lincoln questions....
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To think I swept EH with Lincoln questions....
I know, right? ;-)

L.

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3. only name begins with L
4. originally from literature
5. not the protagonist
6. born after 1800
7. created by an American author or authors
8. created after 1900
9. from science fiction, fantasy or horror
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IQ1: Are you symbolically represented by a winged ox? - Correct, Luke.

IQ2: Are you the eponymous heroine of a Donizetti opera, famous for your “mad scene” (and also for a score that requires a glass harmonica in the orchestra)? - Lucia di Lammermoor

IQ3: Are you the eponymous heroine of a 19th century novel, whose name has been borrowed for a type of cookie? - Correct, Lorna Doone.



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Not St. Luke, dunno, and not Lorna Doone.
IQ1: Did you retire from your very high-profile job, hand over the keys to an old adversary, and open a piano bar in Los Angeles?

IQ2: Are you the youngest of four siblings who rescued a land from eternal winter?

IQ3: Were you the “L” of a group of 17th century nobles whose initials created the word “cabal”?



DQ: Antagonist/villain?
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1) Did you play Catwoman in the 1960's Batman movie?
2) Did your character kill Eddie Valiant's brother in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
3) Are you Parzifal's son and the subject of a Wagnerian opera?
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IQ1: Does your song Are You Gonna Go My Way frequently appear in Classic Rock radio rotation?
IQ2: Did you play The Incredible Hulk on TV?
IQ3: Were you and Earl S[c]ruggs the Foggy Mountain Boys?

Dunno, not Lou Ferrigno, and dunno.
Lenny Kravitz, correct, Lester Flatt

You corrected the spelling but didn't know the answer? :-)

holding 2 DQs

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IQ1: Did you retire from your very high-profile job, hand over the keys to an old adversary, and open a piano bar in Los Angeles?

IQ2: Are you the youngest of four siblings who rescued a land from eternal winter?

IQ3: Were you the “L” of a group of 17th century nobles whose initials created the word “cabal”?....
Dunno, not Laura Pevensie and not... Laughlin? (I know Cromwell and Buckingham, but not the others).

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IQs:

1) Did you play Catwoman in the 1960's Batman movie?
2) Did your character kill Eddie Valiant's brother in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
3) Are you Parzifal's son and the subject of a Wagnerian opera?
Dunno, not Christopher Lloyd, and not... Launcelot?

L.

1. fictional
2. male
3. only name begins with L
4. originally from literature
5. not the protagonist
6. born after 1800
7. created by an American author or authors
8. created after 1900
9. from science fiction, fantasy or horror
10. not the antagonist/villain
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IQ1: Did you retire from your very high-profile job, hand over the keys to an old adversary, and open a piano bar in Los Angeles? - Lucifer, in Neil Gaiman's Season of Mists, and on a current TV series.

IQ2: Are you the youngest of four siblings who rescued a land from eternal winter? - Correct...ish. It's Lucy Pevensie.

IQ3: Were you the “L” of a group of 17th century nobles whose initials created the word “cabal”? - Lauderdale. The rest were Clifford, Ashley, Buckingham, and Arlington.



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Dunno, not Laura Pevensie and not... Laughlin? (I know Cromwell and Buckingham, but not the others).
IQ1: Did you succeed Saint Peter?

IQ2: Are you a renowned biochemist who won two Nobel prizes, for chemistry and for peace?

IQ3: Are you the inventor of Linux?



DQ1: Side kick to the protagonist?

DQ2: Transitioned to movies?
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1) Did you play Catwoman in the 1960's Batman movie?
2) Did your character kill Eddie Valiant's brother in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
3) Are you Parzifal's son and the subject of a Wagnerian opera?
Dunno, not Christopher Lloyd, and not... Launcelot?
#1 was Lee Meriwether.
Correct on Christopher Lloyd.
#3 was Lohengrin.

2 DQs reserved.
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IQ1: Did you succeed Saint Peter?

IQ2: Are you a renowned biochemist who won two Nobel prizes, for chemistry and for peace?

IQ3: Are you the inventor of Linux? ....
Not St. Linus, not Linus Pauling, and not Linus Somecomputerexpert.

L.

1. fictional
2. male
3. only name begins with L
4. originally from literature
5. not the protagonist
6. born after 1800
7. created by an American author or authors
8. created after 1900
9. from science fiction, fantasy or horror
10. not the antagonist/villain
11. not a sidekick to protagonist
12. has not transitioned to movies
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1) Created after 1970?
2) From a work of science fiction?

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