The person I've given is better known by their pseudonymn than their real name. Match the real name with the pseudonym.
Terence Nelhams - Adam Faith
Maurice Micklewhite - Michael Caine
Marion Montgomery (my apologies, I meant Marion Morrison) - John Wayne
Walker Smith - Sugar Ray Robinson
The Old Groaner - Bing Crosby
Old Hickory - Andrew Jackson
Old Tippacanoe - William Henry Harrison
The Grand Old Man - William Ewart Gladstone
The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street - The Bank of England
c) Odd Man Out:
T S Eliot
Who was the last Anglo-Saxon king of England?
Who was the last Chancellor of the Third Reich? - Joseph Goebbels (yes, he was briefly after Hitler's suicide!)
Who was the first Christian Roman Emperor?
Who was 'the sick man of Europe?' - The Ottoman Empire (Turkey is also an acceptable answer)
Why was Sam Houston imprisoned when the American Civil War began? (again, my apologies; Houston was imprisoned earlier in his career but why did he have to resign as Governor of Texas and stay more or less under house arrest?)
"Archibald Henderson was the longest-serving Commandant of the Marine Corps, serving from 1820 to 1859. His name is learned by all recruits at Marine recruit training as the "Grand old man of the Marine Corps," serving in the United States Marine Corps for 53 years.
Victor Hugo/ Jean Valjean is the protagonist of Victor Hugo's 1862 novel Les Misérables
Charles Dickens /After Dickens was revealed to be "The Inimitable Boz," he dropped the "Boz" but continued to be known as "The Inimitable."
Mark Twain /Samuel Langhorne Clemens, pen name or pseudonym
T S Eliot /father of modern poetry among other things. Eliot won Nobel Prize in literature
Miguel Cervantes /Cervantes himself states that he wrote Don Quixote in order to undermine the influence of those "vain and empty books of chivalry" as well as to provide some merry, original, and sometimes prudent material for his readers' entertainment...
4 of the 5 writers wrote of themes of Human Rights. T S Eliot... who has no known pen name... wrote of other themes.
Also only T S Eliot won a Nobel Prize. He won the Nobel Prize in literature. Another Odd Man Out fact.
I can find no reference to Sam Houston ever being imprisoned. I would love to know when he was and hopefully have a link for that.
He had to resign as Governor of Texas because he despite his pro-slavery views, he believed in preserving the Union. He became governor in 1859, but was removed from office after the secession of Texas in 1861.
So...for whatever it is worth...I went back to this quiz to dig deeper for my own edification.
The Odd Man Out Section had obviously flummoxed me the most.
Maybe this time I have looked at it the correct way. At least I tried.