The Rat Pack

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The Rat Pack is a term used by the media to refer to an informal group of entertainers centered on the Las Vegas casino scene but the members called themselves the Summit or the Clan.  Who was NOT a member of this group?
Clark Gable
Frank Sinatra
Sammy Davis Jr
Peter Lawford

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At what Las Vegas hotel did The Rat Pack usually perform?
The Sands
Caesars Palace
The Venetian
Pirates Cove

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What was the first movie all five Rat Pack members appeared in together that was remade 40 years later starring George Clooney, Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt?
Oceans Eleven
The Graduate
The Good The Bad The Ugly
West Side Story

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Frank Sinatra was known and 'Ol Blue Eyes' but he had many nicknames. Which of his nicknames did Frank Sinatra hate being called?
Chairman of the Board
Ol Blue Eyes
The Voice
Franklin

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Peter Lawford is best known for being the brother-in-law of what U.S. president who was referred to as the 'Brother in Lawford'?
John Kennedy
Lyndon Johnson
Theodore Roosevelt
Richard Nixon

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This "Rat Pack" member lost an eye in a car crash, converted to Judaism, and caused a ruckus when he married May Britt, a Swedish actress.
Sammy Davis Jr.
Frank Sinatra
Peter Lawford
Humphrey Borgart

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Which Rat Pack member would frequently go into casinos and deal blackjack after learning the trade in his home town of Steubenville, OH?
Dean Martin
Frank Sinatra
Sammy Davis Jr.
Joey Bishop

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What actress and wife of Humphrey Bogart is generally credited with naming the group, The Rat Pack?
Lauren Bacall
Elizabeth Taylor
Angie Dickenson
Halle Berry

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