Stanley Newman Presents Entertainment Trivia Puzzles

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Random House Information Group, Jun 13, 2006 - Games & Activities - 96 pages
Do you love to impress your friends with movie trivia? Enjoy quoting your favorite TV moments? Have a soft spot in your heart for pop music? Then this is the puzzle book for you! Packed with fascinating trivia about the entertainment industry, this book has a wide range of questions and games about movies, television, music, books, and plays. This book includes more than twenty engaging, original puzzles that will test your trivia knowledge in creative and fun ways, and leave you applauding for more!

Example: Synonym Spoonerisms
The words and phrases paired here are synonyms of spoonerisms (initial sound reversals) of the names of famous people. The first one has been done to help get you started.
1. Vulgar/mouth joint

2. Not tight / French cheese (actor & martial artist)
3. Gave a meal to / Stones (comedian)
4. 60's slang for home / Person from England (actor)
5. Quite a few / Biased (actress & director)
6. Fibrous cereal ingredient / Goose feathers (author)

Puzzlemeter: Difficulty–3; Style–4

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About the author (2006)

Trivia buff David Fialkoff has been a contestant on Who Wants to be a Millionaire? and Jeopardy! His trivia quizzes often appear in Games magazine.

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