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In "Spellbound," the Alfred Hitchcock movie set in an insane asylum, Salvador Dali designed a dream sequence featuring giant floating eyeballs. Dali was also involved in "Destino," a collaboration with Walt Disney. But his most critically acclaimed cinematic work was probably Luis Bunuel's surrealist film "Un Chien Andalou." Although just 17 minutes long, the film was notorious for an opening scene in which a human eye is cut open with a razor blade. Oh, that Dali! What a scamp!

What country calls itself Lyoveldio Island, or just "Island" for short?

A) Malta

B) Iceland

C) Ireland

D) Singapore

Previous answer: A Mississippi high school banned "Fahrenheit 451."

TRIVIA FANS: Send the trivia questions you've always wanted answered, or original TriviaBits ideas of your own, with your full name and hometown, to Paul Paquet at paul@triviahalloffame.com or visit him online at www.triviahalloffame.com.

Paul Paquet has been writing trivia since the early 1990s, and has written roughly 100,000 questions.

For more, visit triviahalloffame.com or e-mail him at paul@triviahalloffame.com.

COPYRIGHT 2012 PAUL PAQUET



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