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Question 1: Another popular current light entertainment/presenting act is ________, who are a very basic yet effective example of a double act.
Myleene KlassAnthony McPartlinAnt & DecDeclan Donnelly

Question 2: Peter Cook and ________ perhaps also deserve a mention as being the first double act to go against the grain, and turn their double act into a complex analysis of the two's relationship.
Michael CainePaul HoganRobin WilliamsDudley Moore

Question 3: Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson combined their success in sitcoms (The Young Ones) and as a double act (The Dangerous Brothers) in ________ when they created Bottom.
1992199119901989

Question 4: Recently, Apple has used the double act formula successfully in their series of I'm a Mac / And I'm a PC ads with ________ and Justin Long.
Demetri MartinThe Daily ShowJohn HodgmanThe Colbert Report

Question 5: ________ are widely regarded as the greatest British double act[citation needed].
The Morecambe & Wise Show (1968)Eric MorecambeMorecambe and WiseMorecambe & Wise Show (1978) Episodes

Question 6: In recent years, double acts as sitcoms appear to have gone full circle, as illustrated by the cult success of ________.
The Mighty Boosh (TV series)Noel FieldingThe Boosh (radio series)The Mighty Boosh

Question 7: The 1990s also saw the introduction of one of comedy's strangest yet most successful double acts in ________.
Vic ReevesVic and BobComic ReliefBob Mortimer

Question 8: Indian cinema, also had its share of the double act, with Tamil cinema comedians ________ and Senthil, teaming up for several films throughout the decade.
GoundamaniRajinikanthPrabhu GanesanKamal Haasan

Question 9: In particular, it was here that ________ and John Belushi honed their characters The Blues Brothers, who would soon be propelled to fame in the 1980 buddy movie of the same name.
Dan AykroydChevy ChaseBill MurrayMartin Short

Question 10: ________ and Richard Pryor also embarked on a string of successful buddy films in the 1970s.
The Producers (1968 film)Mel BrooksGene WilderBlazing Saddles







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