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Friday fun trivia puzzle time.

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Goodluck all!

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    $\begingroup$ We should have some kind of notifications of when you post these kinds of puzzles, very cool puzzles! $\endgroup$ – Gustavo Gabriel Apr 20 '18 at 15:08
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Partial Answers:

Cyan:

Rigel is the brightest

star

in

Orion

 

Purple:

The

Rebel

leader is a princess (1977)

Star Wars

 

Red:

Napoleonic

 

Wars

(1803 - 1815)

 

Peach:

Rebel without

a

cause

(1955)

 

Yellow:

Avalanche Studios (2006)

Just Cause

 

Green:

UK takeaways (2001-present)

Just

 

Eat

 

Grey:

Love

  Credit to Gustavo Gabriel for this word
is overindulging

without

ungirding

 

Blue: (Credit to Gustavo Gabriel) for this answer

Endless

 

Love

Diana Ross (1981)

 

Final step:

I am currently assuming that the "true" answer is the answer to the question produced by filling in the blanks, and that the blanks are a 2-word anagram (5-6) of the first letters of the answer words:

C E J N O R S W W E L? ?

This would probably (but not necessarily) mean that at least one of the 2 missing words

begins with a vowel

With all the letters, the full question becomes:

Where are the

Crown Jewels

Stored?

To which the answer is

The Tower of London!

 
 
Filled in sheet:

Filled in image of question with answers

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  • $\begingroup$ Brilliant solve, absolutely spotbon.! Happy Friday! $\endgroup$ – Bilkokuya Apr 20 '18 at 16:34
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Shot in the dark for Grey and Blue:

Grey

Love

is overindulging

without

ungirding

Blue

Endless Love

Diana Ross (1981)

And as @Chronocidal said, one of them begins with a vowel

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  • $\begingroup$ That fits, and gives a valid anagram that makes a proper question too! (+1) $\endgroup$ – Chronocidal Apr 20 '18 at 14:53
  • $\begingroup$ Perfect solve to those clues. Happy Friday! $\endgroup$ – Bilkokuya Apr 20 '18 at 16:34

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