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V for Villains -Answers

  1. 1. • A Journey through the world of Infamous Gangsters/Crime Bosses/All sort of crimes/Fictional villains. • Rithwik
  2. 2. • 1)Who or what gets its name from the pictured?
  3. 3. Answer• Corelone,Italy.
  4. 4. • 2)Why should Indian film lovers know this film?
  5. 5. Answer
  6. 6. • 3)Add them in equal proportion and whom do you get?
  7. 7. Answer• Professor Moriarity.
  8. 8. • 4)What did he (in)famously sold twice during his lifetime?• For brownies name his Indian counterpart as well.
  9. 9. Answer• Victor Lustig• "The man who sold the Eiffel Tower. Twice."
  10. 10. • 5)Id the incident.
  11. 11. Answer• Theft of Edward Munch’s “The Scream”.
  12. 12. • 6)Named as A , but based on B. Put funda.
  13. 13. AnswerThe Departed features "Frank Costello" (played byJack Nicholson) .Nicholsons character is not related tothe real-life Costello except in name; the characterwas based on Boston mobster "Whitey" Bulger.
  14. 14. • 7)Even an alt-rock band is named after her.
  15. 15. Answer• Linda Kasabian , a member of the Manson family.
  16. 16. • 8)Whose mugshot?
  17. 17. • 9)One of the crimes of the century. Id.
  18. 18. Answer• Kidnapping of Charles Lindberg Jr.
  19. 19. • 10)Id the movie & the what’s the inspiration?
  20. 20. Answer• The film is Murder by Numbers.• Based on the Loeb and Leopold trial.
  21. 21. • 11)Who is depicted in the painting?• What was the fate of another chap with the same-surname?
  22. 22. Answer• Pablo Escobar• Andre Escobar
  23. 23. • 12.What was the outcome when in the film was screened at a certain Chicago theater?
  24. 24. Answer• Death of John Dillinger.
  25. 25. • 13.Lesser known ones. Who are the famous ones?
  26. 26. Answer• Assassinators of POTUS• The pictured Charles Guitseau (Garfield) and Leon Czoglz (Mcinley)• The missing ones are Booth & Oswald.
  27. 27. • 14.With which 1960s event which was the basis of several films you can associate this?
  28. 28. Answer• A dummy head used during the 
  29. 29. • 15.Inspiration for which 2002 thriller?
  30. 30. Answer
  31. 31. • 16.A building named after a federal judge.
  32. 32. Answer• Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building - target of the Oklahoma City bombing.
  33. 33. • 17.Where did this happened?
  34. 34. Answer• Death of Meredith Hunter during the Altamont Free Concert .
  35. 35. • 18.A professional wrestler known for which famous role?
  36. 36. Answer• Robert Swanson.
  37. 37. • 19.What was the nickname given to this babe by the media?
  38. 38. Answer• Amy Fisher aka "the Long Island Lolita“.
  39. 39. • 20.Whose death is depicted?
  40. 40. Answer• Death of Alexander Pushkin after a duel.
  41. 41. • 21.A composite drawing of whom?• What’s unique of his case?
  42. 42. Answer• D. B. Cooper• Only unsolved air piracy in American aviation history.
  43. 43. • 22.Connect.
  44. 44. Answer• Emperor Kanishka Bombing• A Coin depicting Emperor Kanishka• The memorial dedicated to the victims of the mishap at Stanley Park , Vancouver• Ripudaman Singh Malik
  45. 45. • 23. Who’s the chap on the right and his claim to fame?
  46. 46. Answer• Abraham Zapruder (right) describes to WFAA- TV’s Jay Watson, the President’s head wound on live television hours after the assassination.• Zapruder film.
  47. 47. • 24.Which ‘colorful’ monarch was assassinated by him?
  48. 48. Answer• Balthasar Gérard - assassin of William I of Orange.
  49. 49. • 25.The painting titled “The Trial” by Sidney Nolan. Who is the subject?
  50. 50. Ned Kelly.
  51. 51. • 26.Which phrase?
  52. 52. Answer• Stockholm Syndrome.
  53. 53. • 27. A nickname given to an unknown serial killer responsible for what came to be known as the London "nude murders" between 1964 and 1965 (also known as the "Hammersmith murders" or "Hammersmith nudes" case).• The 1969 crime novel Goodbye Piccadilly, Farewell Leicester Square, written by Arthur LeBern, is loosely based on the case.• What is the nickname?
  54. 54. Answer• Jack the Stripper.
  55. 55. • 28. Just id the film.
  56. 56. Answer
  57. 57. • 29. Id the bodybuilder.• Why he is featured in the quiz?
  58. 58. Answer• David Prowse.
  59. 59. • 30.Aftermath of what?
  60. 60. Answer• Death of Bonnie and Clyde.
  61. 61. • 31.What’s the reason for the photoshoot?
  62. 62. Answer• Pickles which recovered the Jules Rimet trophy.
  63. 63. • 32.How was this prostitute immortalized?
  64. 64. Answer• Aileen Wuornos
  65. 65. • 33.Based on whose trial?
  66. 66. Answer• Adolf Eichmann
  67. 67. • 34. Hamida Djandoubi was a Tunisian immigrant who had been convicted of the torture and murder of 21-year-old Elisabeth Bousquet, his former girlfriend, in Marseille.• He was the last person to be treated with what?
  68. 68. Answer• Guillotined.
  69. 69. • 35.• Connect to our topic.• X as arrested for shoplifting at Saks Fifth Avenue department store in Beverly Hills, California. X was eventually convicted of misdemeanor theft and vandalism and will be eligible for expungement of the conviction after finishing probation
  70. 70. Answer• Murder of Polly Klaas• After the girls death, Winona Ryder(X) starred in the 1994 film adaptation of Little Women by Louisa May Alcott and dedicated it to her memory.
  71. 71. • 36.After whom is the award named & What was his most famous creation?
  72. 72. Answer• Bram Stoker.
  73. 73. • 37.Id the smiling bastaaard and what was his crime?
  74. 74. Answer• Stephane Breitwieser.• Famous for his art thefts between 1995 and 2001. He admitted to stealing 239 artworks and other exhibits, worth an estimated US$1.4 billion (£960m). WWhen Breitwiesers mother had heard of her sons arrest from Kleinklauss, who had been able to evade authorities, she proceeded to destroy many of the works by cutting or carving them
  75. 75. • 38.This unit was involved in a famous operation of the 1970s. Id both.
  76. 76. Answer • Sayeret Matkal• Operation Entebbe
  77. 77. • 39.What brought this airbase worldwide attention in the early 1970s?
  78. 78. Answer• Site of the Munich massacre during the 1972 Olympics.
  79. 79. • 39.Who is the old dude on the centre?
  80. 80. Answer• Pol Pot.
  81. 81. • 40.• The fat dude was the inspiration for a fictional crime boss and an infamous real entity.• Id both.
  82. 82. Answer • Sydney Greenstreet.• King Pin & Fat Man atom bomb.
  83. 83. • 41.Connect.
  84. 84. Answer• Harvey Milk.• Twinkie defense coined by reporters during their coverage of the trial of defendant Dan White for the murders of San Francisco city supervisor Harvey Milk .• Sean Penn.
  85. 85. • 42.Who?
  86. 86. Answer• Jim Jones / Jones Town Massacre.
  87. 87. • 43.What was established by the chap standing left to Lincoln?
  88. 88. Answer• Allan Pinkerton - founder of Pinkerton National Detective Agency.
  89. 89. • 44.• This sexy character has got an apt name.• What?
  90. 90. Answer• Typhoid Mary• Her name comes from early 20th century Irish- American cook and typhoid fever carrier "Typhoid Mary" Mallon.
  91. 91. • 45.Abdi İpekçi (9 August 1929 – 1 February 1979) was a Turkish journalist, intellectual and an activist for human rights. He was murdered while editor-in-chief of the Turkish daily newspaper Milliyet.• But his murderer is known for something else as well. What?
  92. 92. Answer• Pope John Paul II assassination attempt• The person is Mehmet Ali Ağca
  93. 93. • 46. Who?• Got his nickname as result of a book found from his possessions.
  94. 94. Carlos the Jackal.
  95. 95. • 47.A pun on which infamous incident?
  96. 96. Answer• Tonya Harding: Attack on Nancy Kerrigan
  97. 97. • 48.• What was his act that brought him to the news in the 1990s?
  98. 98. Answer• Stabbing of Monica Seles.
  99. 99. • 49.• Who, just days before being murdered?
  100. 100. Sharon Tate.
  101. 101. • 50.• What was the nickname of this 1980s Brooklyn robber?
  102. 102. Answer• 50 Cent.
  103. 103. Dankuu!

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