Titled People Quiz #3

These people are known by a title, such as General or Duke. Guess the title.
Includes fictional characters
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Last updated: December 5, 2019
First submittedJune 26, 2012
Times taken35,149
Average score70.8%
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Person
Count Dracula
Prince Charming
Pope John Paul II
Lady Gaga
Tsar Nicolas II
Miss Piggy
King Arthur
Dr. Jekyll
Person
Emperor Hirohito
Cardinal Richelieu
Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Colonel Gaddafi
Don Corleone
General MacArthur
Lord Kelvin
Captain Cook
Person
Marquis de Sade
Mr. Sandman
Principal Skinner
Mullah Mohammed Omar
Queen Elizabeth II
Saint Augustine
Sir Lancelot
Earl of Sandwich
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Level 32
Jun 26, 2012
Please add Mikado and Tenno as alternatives to Emperor.
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Level 82
Sep 21, 2016
Properly speaking, mikado refers more to the imperial government as a whole and not to the emperor himself and was at any rate already archaic by the time Hirohito came to power. Tenno though should probably be accepted, since we're using the Russian 'tsar' instead of the English.
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Level 67
Nov 17, 2019
I typed czar which was accepted aswell
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Level 65
Jun 26, 2012
I am surprised more people got Hillel than Mullah Mohammed Omar.
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Level 52
Jan 23, 2014
More people got Lady Gaga than Count Dracula? What is this world coming to?
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Level 69
Apr 21, 2014
To be fair, Lady Gaga is always referred to with the full expression "Lady Gaga" attached, while you frequently call Dracula just "Dracula".
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Level 71
Oct 17, 2016
Nah – she even calls herself just "Gaga" sometimes.
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Level 63
Dec 20, 2016
If someone was guessing random titles I'm sure Lady would come way before Count.
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Level 65
Feb 25, 2015
'President' would also work for Arthur, as in Chester A Arthur, 21st President of the US.
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Level 84
Mar 10, 2015
I got Mullah but missed Colonel. I would have gotten it if it were Col. Sanders.
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Level 74
Jun 3, 2021
That's because he isn't a real colonel like Sanders, or Mustard, or Blimp or Hannibal Smith or even Nick Fury :)
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Level 42
Mar 11, 2015
This is nitpicking, but according to Japanese traditional nomenclature, there was no emperor Hirohito. While Hirohito was the last emperor's personal name, he was referred to strictly as "His Majesty the Emperor" during his lifetime, and after his death he was given the postmortal name "Emperor Showa" under which he is known in Japan today.
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Level 52
Apr 5, 2016
It's true.
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Level 66
Apr 24, 2017
So, he was an emperor then?
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Level 80
May 24, 2016
Can you pleas accept "assistant director" for Skinner? Never heard of principal Skinner, but who hasn't seen the X-files?
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Level 59
Dec 17, 2016
Fewer people than have seen The Simpsons.
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Level 84
Aug 9, 2018
You think more people have seen the X-Files than The Simpsons?
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Level 60
Apr 15, 2017
maby accept

Zar

?

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Level 87
Apr 19, 2017
I couldn't get Arthur. I keep wanting to go to president as well.
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Level 14
Oct 4, 2017
Count Dooku?
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Level 66
Jul 26, 2018
would have scored 100% had I known how to spell mullah, I believe I typed mula or mulla. would be accepted in quizzes where humans are going through answers manually. :)
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Level 54
Aug 9, 2018
Not a Simpson's fan, and wanted to use Professor for Skinner - renowned psychologist and author...
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Level 91
Sep 25, 2018
There was a Professor Skinner (B.F.).
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Level 73
Sep 1, 2019
That's what I kept trying, thinking I was spelling it wrong.
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Level 56
Aug 3, 2020
Now why did i think it was Superintendent Skinner??
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Level 53
Dec 18, 2020
can you except ms for miss
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Level 74
Jun 3, 2021
But she isn't known as Ms Piggy. If it were released now for the first time, maybe she would but the character is very definitely Miss Piggy.
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Level 72
Nov 11, 2021
Skinner! Skinner!!!

The only American comedy which most Brits get are all those wonderful cartoon series like The Simpsons, South Park, Family Guy, American Dad, Futurama, Archer, King of the Hill and loads of others too. How are those guys so funny, when most US comedy just doesn’t work for the English?

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Level 82
Jun 22, 2022
For that matter, why does "most US comedy not work for the English"? Plenty of Yanks love Blackadder, Monty Python, Ab Fab, and other British comedies. Personally, I'm a big fan of Yes Minister.

Seems strange that this shouldn't work in reverse as well.

Or maybe certain individual Brits just prefer their own personal snobbery to the practice of enjoying cultures other than their own.