Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers


Ezzard Charles was a world champion in which sport?
A: Boxing.

Andy Warhol/'s 60s exhibition featured cans of which product?
A: Soup.

Who was the first woman to make a solo flight across the Atlantic?
A: Amelia Earhart.

Which port lies between Puget Sound and Lake Washington?
A: Seattle.

In which city were Rotary Clubs set up in 1905?
A: Chicago.

Who became US Vice President when Spiro Agnew resigned?
A: Gerald Ford.

What claimed the life of singer Kathleen Ferrier?
A: Cancer.

In which decade of the 20th century was Billy Crystal born?
A: 1940s.

Which George invented the Kodak roll-film camera?
A: Eastman.

In which decade of the 20th century was Al Pacino born?
A: 1940s

Which series had the characters Felix Unger and Oscar Madison?
A: The Odd Couple.

Who along with Philips developed the CD in the late 70s?
A: Sony.

San Giusto international airport is in which county?
A: Italy.

Where is the multinational Nestle based?
A: Switzerland.

In the Flintstones what sort of creature was the garbage disposer?
A: Buzzard.

Do You Know Where You're Going To? was the theme from which film?
A: Mahogany.

19969 was the Chinese year of which creature?
A: Rat.

In the 90s how many points have been awarded for finishing second in a Grand Prix?
A: 6.

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

Rita Coolidge sang the title song for which Bond film?
A: Octopussy.

What was Kevin Kline's first movie?
A: Sophie's Choice.

Who had a 60s No 1 with Travelin' Man?
A: Ricky Nelson.

Which actor had a Doberman Pinscher called Kirk?
A: William Shatner.

Who wrote the novel Brideshead Revisited?
A: Evelyn Waugh.

Which country became the first in the world to issue the dreaded parking ticket?

In which country did the notorious security force the Tontons Macoutes operate?
A: Haiti.

To the nearest million what is the population of Australia?
A: 18 million.

What day of the week was the Wall Street Crash?
A: Thursday.

The US signed a treaty with which country to allow the construction of the Panama Canal?
A: Columbia.

What was the last US state to reintroduce alcohol after prohibition?
A: Utah.

What was Prince's last No 1 of the 80s?
A: Batdance.

Man In The Mirror first featured on which Michel Jackson album?
A: Bad.

Where was the first battle with US involvement in the Korean War?
A: Suwon.

What became the capital of Australia during the 20th century?
A: Canberra.

On which Caribbean island did Princess Diana spend he first Christmas after her divorce was announced?
A: Barbuda.

In which decade was Arnold Schwarzenegger born?
A: 1950s.

Which musical featured the song Thank Heaven for Little Girls?
A: Gigi.

The Queen Elizabeth liner was destroyed by fire in the 70s in which harbour?
A: Hong Kong.

What breed of dog did Columbo own?
A: Basset hound.

What combined with Metro Pictures and Goldwyn Pictures to form MGM?
A: Louis B Mayer Company.

What was the first movie western called?
A: Kit Carson.

Which Oscar-winning actress was born on exactly the same day as actress Lindsay Wagner?
A: Meryl Streep.

British Honduras has become known as what?
A: Belize.

Malpensa international airport is in which country?
A: Italy.

Which Amendment to the Constitution brought in prohibition in 1920?
A: 18th.

In Richard Nixon's famous Checkers speech, who or what was Checkers?
A: His daughter's dog.

Which oil scandal hit the US in 1924?
A: Teapot Dome Scandal.

Phil Collins appeared in which Spielberg film with Robin Williams?
A: Hook.

1998 was the Chinese year of which creature?
A: Tiger.

Which country does musician Alfred Brendel come from?
A: Austria.

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