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1: One of the biggest hits on Broadway is a rock opera based on Puccini's "La Boheme.'' What's the title?

2: This year's Grammy Award for best pop music performance by a vocal group was won by the Beatles. For which song?

3: Oliver Stone won the Academy Award as Best Director twice in a four year span: for a 1986 film and a 1989 film, both related to the same subject. What were the film titles?

4: Presidents Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush both promoted the development of a system to defend the United States against attack by enemies from outer space. What is the name of this initiative?

5: Who was the MVP of the first Super Bowl?

6: Which animals have the longest life span (some live more than 150 years)?

7: These films, It Happened One Night (1934), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975), and The Silence of the Lambs (1991), are the only movies ever to have been honored in what way?

8: If you have one of each currently circulating U.S. coin, how much money do you have?

9: The distance around three sides of a rectangle is 180 meters, while the distance around a different combination of the three sides is 210 meters. What

10: Who was the first attorney to become President of the United States?

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