Random Miscellaneous Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers


Which company first manufactured the electric toothbrush?
A: Squibb.

Who lived under the pseudonym of Harriet Brown in New York form the 40s to the 90s?
A: Greta Garbo.

Which actor bought the island of Tetiaroa?
A: Marlon Brando.

Between 1952 and 1954 did the number of TV stations in the USA double, triple or quadruple?
A: Triple.

Which was the only eastern bloc country to participate in the 1984 LA Olympics?
A: Rumania.

What was Wham!'s first No 1?
A: Wake Me Up Before You Go Go.

Which musical featured the song You'll Never Walk Alone?
A: Carousel.

In which year was Bloody Sunday in Londonderry?
A: 1972.

The first untethered space walk took place from which space craft?
A: Challenger.

What was the main color of a Stormtrooper in Star Wars?
A: White.

Which 90s sci fi series with James Belushi was based on Bruce Wagner's comic strip of the same name?
A: Wild Palms.

Richard Nixon was Vice President to which US state?
A: Dwight Eisenhower.

Luxor international airport is in which country?
A: Egypt.

Which country did Albert Einstein move to as the Nazis rose to power?
A: America.

In the 90s how many points have been awarded for finishing first in a Grand Prix?
A: 10.

Which lawyer made Raymond Burr famous?
A: Perry Mason.

Which broadcasting company did Edward J Noble found?

Where can you find the best random miscellaneous trivia quiz questions with answers?
A: Trivia Country!

In which decade of the 20th century was Lily Tomlin born?
A: 1930s.

Peterson Field international airport is in which US state?
A: Colorado.

In which decade did the Jackson 5 sign to Motown?
A: 1960s.

How many vice presidents did Franklin D Roosevelt have?
A: Three.

In which state is Harrah's Auto Collection situated?
A: Nevada.

If I Were A Rich Man Was a big hit from which stage show?
A: Fiddler on the Roof.

What was the name of Gene Autry's horse?
A: Champion.

Which city has a sports team of Steelers and  team of Pirates?
A: Pittsburgh.

What did Fort Dearborn, Indian Territory change its name to?
A: Chicago, Illinois.

Bill Berry retired through ill health as a drummer in which band?

Leslie Nielsen trained in which of the armed services in WWII?
A: Royal Canadian.

In Al Pacino's name, what is Al short for?
A: Alfredo.

What went with Blood and Sweat in the name of the 60s rock band?
A: Tears.

Which musical featured the song I Feel Pretty?
A: West Side Story.

Barry Goldwater came from which state?
A: Arizona.

Who said, "Being No 1 tennis player in the world doesn't necessarily mean you're intelligent?"
A: Jana Novotna.

Who produced the first Jetliner in 1957?
A; Boeing.

In which decade of the 20th century was James Caan born?
A: 1930s.

In which country is the deepwater port of Trondheim?
A: Norway.

In which state is Camp David?
A: Maryland.

What was the Statue of Liberty originally called?
A: Liberty Enlightening the World.

Who sang the Bond theme form From Russia With Love?
A: Matt Monro.

Which company was responsible for the oil spill in New York harbor in 1990?
A; Exxon.

In which country was Arnold Schwarzenegger born?
A: Austria.

Who had an 80s No 1 with Don't You Want Me?
A: Human League.

Which star of Hannah And Her Sisters has a child called Free?
A: Barbara Hershey.

Who had 70s hits with Have You Seen Her and Oh Girl?
A; Chi-Lites.

In which decade of the 20th century was Father's Day first celebrated?
A; 1910s.

What was the name of the "girl with kaleidoscope eyes" in a Beatles song?
A: Lucy.

Will Rogers airport was built in which US state?
A; Oklahoma.

What was the first name of the fictional sleuth Captain Furillo?
A: Frank.

In which decade of the 20th century was Andy Williams born?
A: 20s.