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One I know. One of the members (Guest?) is also a Lord. He's married to Jamie Lee-Curtis, which makes for some fun photos of him in Erim robes and she in a short tight black dress and killer heels to match the killer legs.

 

That's the DING! Christopher Guest is actually the 5th Baron Haden-Guest through his British father. He inherited the family barony and was a member of the House of Lords, although no longer, following the abolition of hereditary peers.

 

Over to Paul.

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Closer, but still no cigar. You're right about it being a Lego™ giraffe though :)

 

Hang about... When I was in Berlin in July, I seem to remember walking past some Lego animals. Can't remember if there was a giraffe, though, and I didn't look for a cache there. In fact didn't look for many caches at all.

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Closer, but still no cigar. You're right about it being a Lego™ giraffe though :)

Hang about... When I was in Berlin in July, I seem to remember walking past some Lego animals. Can't remember if there was a giraffe, though, and I didn't look for a cache there. In fact didn't look for many caches at all.
You should have paused at the giraffe in Berlin -at the Sony Centre, Potsdamer Platz- as that's where Germany's most favoured (aka 'favorited' [sic]) cache is. A nano. Ah, the irony :D;)

 

Ding to you John. And a bonus Happy Christmas. In fact...

 

Happy Quizmas, one an all!

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Thank you, Paul.... I did manage to find a couple of caches in Berlin. There were a couple close to the World Clock that come to mind.

Anyway... on with the quiz...

 

Sax Rohmer wrote the books.

Christopher Lee played the villain in the movies.

Nayland Smith was the 'good guy'

 

What was the name of the actress that played the villain's daughter in the aforementioned movies?

 

mwwaaahhhh........ The world will hear from me again!!

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As Fu Manchu was 'Oriental'... It's a good bet that his daughter was too. You're looking for the name of a Chinese actress who was 'quite big' back in the day. She trained at RADA, starred in the West End musical... 'The World of Susie Wong' and was a 'Bond girl' in 'You Only Live Twice' and 'Casino Royale'. She also played 'Juicy Lucy' in 'The Virgin Soldiers'.

 

Is that enough info. to be getting on with?

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I'm not sure about the spelling, but it looks like Oric from Blake's Seven

 

That’s a ding for MTH

Orac is indeed from the British science fiction television series Blake's 7. The voice of Orac was Peter Tuddenham, except in its initial episode where he was played by Derek Farr.

Orac was supposedly a highly advanced supercomputer developed by the scientist Ensor.To me it looks more like an evil geocache

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