Pubs and bars in film and television: 10 Questions

  1. What is the name of Emmerdale’s pub?
  2. In which US city is “Cheers” located?
  3. The Garrison plays a major role in which BBC TV drama, set in Birmingham?
  4. In the film “Shaun of The Dead”, which pub do the survivors of zombie apocalypse flee to?
  5. What is the name of Rick’s bar in Casablanca?
  6. The House of Blue Leaves is the scene of a massacre in which 2003 film?
  7. Which character in Frasier frequents pubs called Duke’s and McGinty’s?
  8. Which fictional pub has had landlords including Annie Walker, Fred Elliott and Jack Duckworth?
  9. What was the name of the short-lived sitcom written by Al Murray and Richard Herring set in a pub and broadcast on Sky One between 2000 and 2002?
  10. “A gin and orange, a lemon squash, and a scotch and water” are three drinks ordered multiple times in the bar by an irate customer. At which establishment?

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  1. What is the name of Emmerdale’s pub?
    A: The Woolpack
  2. In which US city is “Cheers” located?
    A: Boston
  3. The Garrison plays a major role in which BBC TV drama, set in Birmingham?
    A: Peaky Blinders
  4. In the film “Shaun of The Dead”, which pub do the survivors of zombie apocalypse flee to?
    A: The Winchester
  5. What is the actual name of Rick’s bar in Casablanca?
    A: Cafe Americain
  6. The House of Blue Leaves is the scene of a massacre in which 2003 film?
    A: Kill Bill
  7. Which character in Frasier frequents pubs called Duke’s and McGinty’s?
    A: Marty Crane
  8. Which fictional pub has had landlords including Annie Walker, Fred Elliott and Jack Duckworth?
    A: The Rovers Return
  9. What was the name of the short-lived sitcom written by Al Murray and Richard Herring set in a pub and broadcast on Sky One between 2000 and 2002?
    A: Time Gentlemen Please
  10. “A gin and orange, a lemon squash, and a scotch and water” are three drinks ordered multiple times in the bar by an irate customer. At which establishment?
    A: Fawlty Towers (see clip here)

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