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“Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" teams Harrison Ford (right) with this famous actor as his dad. 

A month ago we dedicated a week of Head2Head trivia to mothers, so it's only fair that in honor of Father's Day on June 17 we give a Head2Head shout-out to all the dads. This week's trivia is about famous fathers and father figures. Our current champ is Laura Durban, and her opponent is Travis Pratt, who is studying architecture.

Questions

1. The first ruler of the Holy Roman Empire, who is known as the Father of Europe?

2. Which Shakespeare play includes the line, "It is a wise father that knows his own child"?

3. Phil Dunphy is a dad on which sitcom?

4. Who is the father of modern computing?

5. What actor played Indy's dad in the movie "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade?"

6. In Greek mythology, who is the father of the gods?

7. Which father of two was declared by the American Film Institute to be the greatest hero in cinematic history?

8. Who is the father of history?

9. Which U.S. president's grandson was also POTUS?

10. Who is the father of medicine?

Laura's answers

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Laura Durban 

1. I'm pretty sure it's Charlemagne.

2. I'm drawing a blank. "As You Like It"?

3. "Modern Family."

4. The guy from that movie ...

5. Sean Connery.

6. That's Zeus.

7. I'm going with Atticus Finch from "To Kill a Mockingbird."

8. Herodotus.

9. I don't know this one.

10. Hippocrates as in the Hippocratic Oath.

Travis' answers

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Travis Pratt

1. Charlemagne.

2. "Hamlet."

3. "Modern Family."

4. Alan Turing?

5. Sean Connery.

6. Zeus.

7. Mrs. Doubtfire.

8. Herodotus.

9. I don't know.

10. Hippocrates.

Conclusion

This week's Head2Head trivia ends in a tie between our two contestants. Both will return next week to determine who gets to the trivia champ.

Correct answers

1. Charlemagne.

2. "The Merchant of Venice."

3. "Modern Family."

4. Alan Turing.

5. Sean Connery.

6. Zeus.

7. Atticus Finch.

8. Herodotus.

9. William Henry Harrison.

10. Hippocrates.