POPE MUST DIE!
Papal pandemonium breaks out as Robbie Coltrane, priest and part-time
car mechanic is elected to become Pope John Paul III, in The Pope Must Die, released on RCA/Columbia video on 22 January.
Also starring Adrian Edmonson, Peter Richardson and John Sessions, the Comic Strip movie is an action-packed comedy caper and what’s more The List has live copies at the video to give away! Just answerthe question and return the lorm by Tuesday 4 February when the draw will take place.
In 1990 Robbie Coltrane appeared on stage in Glasgow in anothercomic
treatment at religion, Mistero Bullo. Who was the playwright?
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Send to POPE MUST DIE COMPETITION, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh
EIGHT BACKPACKS AND FIVE I.ET’S GO BOOKS TO BE WON!
Just published are the latest editions ol the Let’s Go Budget Guides. Having served budget travellers lor over thirty years, the Let’s Go guides are annually updated by Harvard-Radclme researchers who themselves travel with limited tinances. Worldwide sales ol the guides have recently
The List has live copies lrom the Let’s Go 1992 series (choose trom: Britain, France, Europe, USA, Mexico, Italy, Greece, Israel and Egypt, Spain, Calllornia, the Pacilic Northwest, and Germany) as well as eight Let’s Go backpacks to give away. Simply answerthe question and return the lorm by Tuesday 4 February when the draw will take place.
In what city is Harvard University?
Send to LET'S GO 1992 COMPETITION, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1TE.
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You all knew that Patrick Swayze was the star at Dirty Dancing and the lollowing people won a bottle at Jim Bean and a special Jim Beam T-shirl, Croy Thomson (Glasgow), M. Valentine (Troon), G. Young, Neil Mclllwraith and L. Rennie (all Edinburgh).
Did the reader who suggested that Arnold Schwarzenegger is an ex-star ol Barnum and a 70s sitcom think they were in with a chance? It brightened ourday anyway. But alas, Michael Crawlord was the mundane, but correct answer and the lollowing people won pairs at tickets to see Barnum at the Edinburgh Playhouse: Christine Aston, C. Gillespie, D. Campbell (all Glasgow), David Fletcher (Kirkintilloch), H. Gandon (Selkirk), M. Reilly, Claire Hall, Beth Dewar, Karen McLeod and Joan Ritchie (all Edinburgh).
Much contusion about who had a hit
‘ with Crash three years ago. No, not
Transvision Vamp, northe Human League, northe Darling Buds, but the Primitives. N. Watson knew as much and won a a T-shirt lor Glasgow’s Crash club and a crate ol Schlitz and the lollowing people won T-shirls: Jane
McLeod, David McNeish (both Glasgow), Niall McClusky and N. Simmonds (both Edinburgh).
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Gerry Sadowitz is a magician as well
i as a comedian, which most at you
seemed to know. The live winners at Rab C. Nesbitt videos were D.C. Atkinson (Glasgow), Mark Wilson (Penicuik), Carolyn Burchell, John McMurtrie and Nigel P. Law (all Edinburgh).
The Quiz 0l The Year proved to be a real testerwith no one getting close to answering all at those 48 teasers. lain Sat 2 (Edinburgh) saw months at
painstaking research pay all and walks
all with the £60 hamper, courtesy of Valvona & Crolla.
I Only one entry per person/per competition. It you are entering more than
one competition you need use only one envelope. but please make sure thatthe , names ol ALL the competitions you are
entering are clearly marked on the outside.
Photocopies will not be accepted. a Employees at The List are ineligibleto
enter. The decision at the competitions editor is linal. Winners will be notilied by post or phone. There are no cash alternatives to the prizes ollered. Winners' names will be published in a luture edition at The List.
100 FREE MARGARITAS!
The List has teamed up with the Mexican Beer Import Company and Glasgow’s Junkanoo Restaurant to give two lree Sauza margaritas to the lirst 50 readers who turn up with this copy at the magazine!
Tapas specialists, Junkanoo at 111 Hope Street, Glasgow, have got Spanish and Mexican load and drink down to a line art, so it’s the ideal place—this side at Madrid —to try out a tree margarita. It’s open Mon—Sat noon—late and on Sunday lrom 6.30pm.
So linish your siesta, dig out your sombrero and mosey on down to Junkanoo with this copy at The List and claim your Sauza margarita.
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