A. 'The Untouchables'
Ness headed the crack unit which took an unusual route to put gangster Al Capone in jail by going after his bootlegging operations and eventually having him convicted on tax evasion.
2. Versions of 'Guerrillero Heroico' have been painted, printed, digitised, embroidered, tattooed, silk-screened, sculpted or sketched on nearly every surface imaginable, leading the Victoria and Albert Museum to say that it has been reproduced more than any other image in photography. What or whom does it depict?
A. Che Guevara
Here's the original photograph by Alberto Korda.
3. In 2009, which international drug major was asked to pay a record $2.3 billion penalty over unlawful prescription drug promotions? The penalty included the largest criminal fine in U.S. history – $1.2 billion. Authorities called it a repeat offender, noting that it was the fourth such settlement of government charges in the last decade.
4. After the death of Walter Cronkite, whose voice replaced his doing the CBS Evening News intro? [Listen to the audio.]
A. Morgan Freeman.
I'm surprised more people didn't get this – I almost didn't put it thinking the voice was too distinctive. I just played it back for Anjali as a test, and the VO barely got past the first few words before she identified the voice.
A. Jason Statham
The two most prominent statues were the giant standing Buddhas Vairocana and Sakyamuni, measuring 55 and 37 metres (180 and 121 feet) high respectively, the largest examples of standing Buddha carvings in the world. They were blown up by the Taliban in March 2001. Here are before-and-after photos of the area.
A. Brad Pitt
A. The Starship Enterprise from 'Star Trek'
A. Sodom and Gomorrah