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Below are the lists from the eleventh episode of The Rich List. If you have a list you'd like to see featured on the show, you can email it to production@imaginationtv.co.nz

Characters from the Original Star Wars Trilogy (101)

1. 2-1B
2. 3B6-RA-7
3. 4-LOM
4. 8D8
5. Admiral Ackbar
6. Admiral Kendal Ozzel
7. Admiral Motti
8. Admiral Piett
9. Ak-rev
10. Anakin Skywalker
11. Barada
12. Barquin D'an
13. Beru Lars
14. Bib Fortuna
15. Biggs Darklighter
16. Boba Fett
17. Bossk
18. C-3PO
19. Cane Adiss
20. Captain Lorth Needa
21. Chewbacca
22. Chief Chirpa
23. CZ-3
24. Dack Ralter
25. Darth Vader
26. Dengar
27. Derek "Hobbie" Klivian
28. Doctor Evazan
29. Doda Bodonawieedo
30. Droopy McCool
31. E-3PO
32. Ephant Mon
33. EV-9D9
34. FX-7
35. Garindan
36. General Carlist Rieekan
37. General Crix Madine
38. General Jan Dodonna
39. General Maximilian Veers
40. General Tagge
41. Grand Moff Tarkin
42. Greeata
43. Greedo
44. Grizz Frix
45. Han Solo
46. Hermi Odle
47. IG-88
48. IT-O
49. Jabba the Hutt
50. Jek Porkins
51. Joh Yowza
52. K-3PO
53. Kabe
54. Ketwol
55. Kitik Keed'kak
56. Lando Calrissian
57. Leader Red
58. Leektar
59. Lieutenant Wes Janson
60. Lobot
61. Logray
62. Luke Skywalker
63. Lyn Me
64. Major Bren Derlin
65. Max Rebo
66. Melas
67. Moff Jerjerrod
68. Momaw Nadon
69. Mon Mothma
70. Muftak
71. Nien Nunb
72. Obi-Wan Kenobi
73. Oola
74. Orrimaarko
75. Owen Lars
76. Palpatine
77. Paploo
78. Ponda Baba
79. Pote Snitkin
80. Princess Leia Organa Solo
81. R2-D2
82. R5-D4
83. Rappertunie
84. Ree-Yees
85. Rystall
86. Saelt-Marae
87. Salacious Crumb
88. Swilla Corey
89. Sy Snootles
90. Tessek
91. Toryn Farr
92. Tzizvvt
93. Umpass-stay
94. Wam "Blam" Lufba
95. Wedge Antilles
96. Wicket W Warrick
97. Wuher
98. Yarna D'al Gargan
99. Yoda
100. Zev Senesca
101. Zuckuss


Countries and Territories where New Zealand has Embassies or High Commissions (41)

Verified:
http://www.mfat.govt.nz/Embassies/1-NZ-Embassies/index.php

1. Argentina
2. Australia
3. Belgium
4. Brazil
5. Canada
6. Chile
7. China
8. Cook Islands
9. East Timor
10. Egypt
11. Fiji
12. France
13. Germany
14. India
15. Indonesia
16. Iran
17. Italy
18. Japan
19. Kiribati
20. South Korea
21. Malaysia
22. Nepal
23. Netherlands
24. Niue
25. Papua New Guinea
26. Philippines
27. Poland
28. Russia
29. Samoa
30. Saudi Arabia
31. Singapore
32. Solomon Islands
33. South Africa
34. Spain
35. Thailand
36. Tonga
37. Turkey
38. United Kingdom
39. United States of America
40. Vanuatu
41. Viet Nam


First 12 People in Line of Succession to Queen Elizabeth II (12)

1. David Armstrong-Jones/Viscount Linley
2. Lady Louise Windsor
3. Peter Phillips
4. Prince Andrew (Duke of York)
5. Prince Charles-The Prince of Wales
6. Prince Edward (The Earl of Wessex)
7. Prince Henry of Wales
8. Prince William of Wales
9. Princess Anne
10. Princess Beatrice of York
11. Princess Eugenie of York
12. Zara Phillips

 
NZ Idol Finalists (30)

Verified:
South Pacific Pictures

1. Aroha Robinson
2. Ashlee Fisher
3. Ashley Cooper
4. Ben Hazelwood
5. Benjamin Lumis
6. Camilla Temple
7. Clinton Randell
8. Dave Houma
9. Eddie Gaiger
10. Filipo Saipani
11. Frank Andrews
12. Indira Moala
13. Jesse O'Brien
14. Jessie Cassin
15. Kali Kopae
16. Keshia Paulse
17. Luke Whanga
18. Matthew Saunoa
19. Michael Murphy
20. Nik Carlson
21. Rebecca Wright
22. Robin Johnson
23. Rongo Keene
24. Rosita Vai
25. Sela Mahe
26. Shelley Paikea
27. Steven Broad
28. Teresa Bergman
29. Toni Baird
30. Victor Sulfa
 

Elton John Singles that have made the Billboard Top 40 Chart (53)

Qualifications:
1. We will accept duets
2. Where a song has been a single twice - we can only accept it once

1. A Word In Spanish, October 1988 #19
2. Believe, March 1995 #13 (#1 Adult Contemporary Hit for 2 weeks)
3. Bennie and the Jets, Platinum Single from Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
4. Bite Your Lip (Get Up And Dance!), Feb 1977 #28
5. Blessed, Dec 1995 #34
6. Blue Eyes, Aug 1982 #12
7. Can You Feel The Love Tonight, backing vocals by Kiki Dee and Rick Astley
8. Candle in the Wind , hit #6 in Nov 1987 and #1 in 1997 (11 million sold)
9. Circle Of Life, from Disney's The Lion King
10. Club At The End Of The Street, June 1990 #28
11. Crocodile Rock, Dec 1972 - his 1st #1 hit
12. Daniel , April 1973 #2
13. Don't Go Breaking My Heart, July 1976 #1   billed as Elton John and Kiki Dee
14. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me, July 1974 #2 /  #1 in Dec 1991 (re-release)  
15. Empty Garden , April 1982 #13  tribute to John Lennon
16. Flames of Paradise, Jul 1987 -Duet with Jennifer Rush
17. Friends, April 1971 - #34
18. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Nov 1973 #2 platinum single
19. Grow Some Funk of Your Own, Jan 1976 #14
20. Healing Hands, Sep 1989 #13  #1 on the Adult Contemporary Charts
21. Honky Cat, Aug 1972 #8
22. I Don't Want To Go On With You Like That,
23. I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues, Nov 1983   Stevie Wonder harmonica solo
24. I'm Still Standing, May 1983 #12
25. In Neon, Jan 1985 - #38
26. Island Girl, Oct 1975 #1   platinum single
27. Kiss The Bride, Aug 1983   #25
28. Levon, Jan 1972 #24
29. Little Jeannie, May 1980 #3  gold single
30. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, Dec 1974 #1 with (John Lennon) on Guitar
31. Mama Can't Buy You Love, June 1979 #9 gold single
32. Nikita, Feb 1986 #7  with George Michael on backing vocals
33. Nobody Wins, May 1981 #21
34. Part-Time Love, Nov 1978 #22
35. Philadelphia Freedom, Mar 1975 #1  inspired by Billie Jean King
36. Rocket Man, May 1972 #6 Memorably performed in Spoken Word format by William Shatner
37. Sacrifice, Feb 1990 #18
38. Sad Songs (Say So Much), June 1984 #5  
39. Sartorial Elegance, September 1980 - #34
40. Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting, 1973 - #12
41. Simple Life, April 1993 #30  hit #1 on the Adult Contemporary charts
42. Someone Save My Life Tonight, July 1975 #4  gold single
43. Something About The Way You Look Tonight, B side to "Candle in the Wind 1997"
44. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word, Nov 1976 #6 gold single  #1 Adult Contemporary hit
45. The Bitch is Back, Sep 1974 #4  Dusty Springfield on backing vocals
46. The Last Song, Nov 1992 #23
47. The One, July 1992 #9   hit #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart
48. Through The Storm , (Aretha Franklin & Elton John)     April 1989 #16
49. Victim of Love, Oct 1979 #31
50. Who Wears These Shoes?, Sep 1984 #16
51. Wrap Her Up, Nov 1985 #20  with George Michael on backing vocal
52. Written In The Stars, (Elton John and LeeAnn Rhimes)  Mar 1999 #29  from Sir John's and Tim Rice's Aida musical
53. Your Song, Dec 1970 #8   his first top ten single


Characters in the Mr. Men Books by Roger Hargreaves (52)

Source: Deb Stewart

Sources:
http://www.mrmen.com/site/flash/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._Men

1. Mr. Birthday
2. Mr. Bounce
3. Mr. Brave
4. Mr. Bump
5. Mr. Busy
6. Mr. Chatterbox
7. Mr. Cheeky
8. Mr. Cheerful
9. Mr. Christmas
10. Mr. Clever
11. Mr. Clumsy
12. Mr. Cool
13. Mr. Daydream
14. Mr. Dizzy
15. Mr. Forgetful
16. Mr. Funny
17. Mr. Fussy
18. Mr. Good
19. Mr. Greedy
20. Mr. Grumble
21. Mr. Grumpy
22. Mr. Happy
23. Mr. Impossible
24. Mr. Jelly
25. Mr. Lazy
26. Mr. Mean
27. Mr. Messy
28. Mr. Mischief
29. Mr. Miserable
30. Mr. Muddle
31. Mr. Nobody
32. Mr. Noisy
33. Mr. Nonsense
34. Mr. Nosey
35. Mr. Perfect
36. Mr. Quiet
37. Mr. Right
38. Mr. Rude
39. Mr. Rush
40. Mr. Silly
41. Mr. Skinny
42. Mr. Slow
43. Mr. Small
44. Mr. Sneeze
45. Mr. Snow
46. Mr. Strong
47. Mr. Tall
48. Mr. Tickle
49. Mr. Topsy-Turvy
50. Mr. Uppity
51. Mr. Worry
52. Mr. Wrong


The 30 Highest Grossing Films os all time (according to IMDB's worldwide box office takings as of June 2007) (30)

1. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, (1982) 22nd
2. Finding Nemo, (2003) 11th
3. Forrest Gump, (1994) 25th
4. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, (2002) 10th
5. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, (2005) 8th
6. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, (2004) 18th
7. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, (2001) 4th
8. Independence Day, (1996) 15th
9. Jurassic Park, (1993) 7th
10. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, (2007) 29th
11. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, (2006) 3rd
12. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, (2003) 27th
13. Shrek 2, (2004) 9th
14. Spider-Man 2, (2004) 19th
15. Spider-Man 3, (2007) 14th
16. Spider-Man, (2002) 16th
17. Star Wars, (1977) 17th
18. Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, (1999) 5th
19. Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, (2002) 28th
20. Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith, (2005) 13th
21. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, (2005) 23rd
22. The Da Vinci Code, (2006) 21st
23. The Incredibles, (2004) 30th
24. The Lion King, (1994) 20th
25. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, (2001) 12th
26. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, (2003) 2nd
27. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, (2002) 6th
28. The Matrix Reloaded, (2003) 24th
29. The Sixth Sense, (1999) 26th
30. Titanic, (1997) 1st

1. Titanic (1997)
$1,835,300,000
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
$1,129,219,252
3. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)
$1,060,332,628
4. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)
$968,657,891
5. Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
$922,379,000
6. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)
$921,600,000
7. Jurassic Park (1993)
$919,700,000
8. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
$892,194,397
9. Shrek 2 (2004)
$880,871,036
10. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)
$866,300,000
11. Finding Nemo (2003)
$865,000,000
12. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
$860,700,000
13. Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005)
$848,462,555
14. Spider-Man 3 (2007)
$845,546,841
15. Independence Day (1996)
$811,200,000
16. Spider-Man (2002)
$806,700,000
17. Star Wars (1977)
$797,900,000
18. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
$789,458,727
19. Spider-Man 2 (2004)
$783,577,893
20. The Lion King (1994)
$783,400,000
21. The Da Vinci Code (2006)
$757,236,138
22. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
$756,700,000
23. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) $738,809,845
24. The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
$735,600,000
25. Forrest Gump (1994)
$679,400,000
26. The Sixth Sense (1999)
$661,500,000
27. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)
$653,200,000
28. Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)
$648,200,000
29. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)
$634,291,113
30. The Incredibles (2004)
$624,037,578

Last update: 6 June 2007
Titles in current release highlighted
The table above includes movies that have grossed over $200,000,000 at the box office during their theatrical runs.
All amounts are in USA dollars and only include theatrical box office receipts (movie ticket sales) and do not include video rentals, television rights and other revenues. Totals may include theatrical re-release receipts. Figures are not adjusted for inflation.
Some movies may still be in general release; all figures are estimated and subject to change.

Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion...Witch
Curse...Black Pearl
E.T. The Extra Terrestrial
Finding Nemo
Forrest Gump
H.P and the Chamber of Secrets
H.P and the Goblet of Fire
H.P and the Prisoner of Azkaban
H.P and the Sorcerer's Stone
Ice Age: The Meltdown
Independence Day
Jurassic Park
Pirates/Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
Shrek 2
Spider Man
Spider Man 2
Star Wars
Star Wars Ep II - Attack of the Clones
Star Wars: Ep III - Revenge of the Sith
Star Wars: Ep1 The Phantom Menace
The Da Vinci Code
The Incredibles
The Lion King
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
The Matrix Reloaded
The Sixth Sense
Titanic, 2007 - In first place
LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring
LOTR: The Return of the King,
LOTR: The Two Towers


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