Hard Random Trivia Quiz Questions with Answers

Hard Random Trivia Quiz Questions with Answers

Hard Miscellaneous Random Trivia Questions

In which American state are the Merril Collection and the Burke Museum of Fine Arts?
A: Texas.

Which actor paid $93,500 for the baseball which rolled between Bill Buckner's legs in game six of the 1986 World Series?
A: Charlie Sheen.

Who was Theodore Roosevelt's Vice President between 1905 and 1909?
A: Charles W. Fairbanks.

Which nation was the first to ratify the United Nations charter in 1945?
A: Nicaragua.

What is the Alaskan terminus of the Alaskan Highway?
A: Fairbanks.

What was Buster Keaton's actual first name?
A: Joseph.

From 1903 to 1958, every Pope--bar one--took which name?
A: Pius.

Which US No 1 single came from Diana Ross's platinum album Diana?
A: Upside Down.

Which brothers were Warner Bros' first major record success?
A: Everly.

What is Whoopi Goldberg's real name?
A: Caryn Johnson.

Other than justice and liberty, how many females have appeared on US currency?
A: Three - Martha Washington, Pocahontas, Susan B Anthony.

River Phoenix died during the making of which  movie?
A: Dark Blood.

What was the title of Kitty Kelley's book about Elizabeth Taylor?
A: Elizabeth Taylor: The Last Star.

What was Eddie Fisher's last top ten hit?
A: Cindy Oh Cindy.

What are the international registration letters for a vehicle form Jordan?

Which artist David was born in Bradford UK?
A: Hockney.

Which actress was born on exactly the same day as Al Gore?
A: Rhea Pearlman.

What is Mel Gibson's middle name?
A: Columcille.

In which country was Julie Christie born?
A: India.

Which artist created the Katzenjammer Kids?
A: Rudolph Dirks.

Who had a 60s No 1 hit with Johnny Angel?
A: Shelley Fabares.

Which country does the airline VIASA come from?
A: Venezuela.

Who directed Back To The Future?
A: Robert Zemeckis.

Richard Daley was mayor of which city for 21 years?
A: Chicago.

Where was Che Guevara killed?
A: Bolivia.

Daryl Dragon used which name when he formed a 70s duo?
A: Captain.

What's the link between a certain Peter Scott and Lauren Bacall, Liz Taylor and Sophia Loren?
A: He robbed them.

Which has the highest population, Rode island or South Dakota?
A: Rhode Island.

What was Oliver Reed's real first name?
A: Robert.

Which European newspaper published detailed photographs of the car crash involving Diana, Princess of Wales?
A: Bild.

Which country does the airline Sansa come from?
A: Costa Rica.

Who drew Felix the cat?
A: Otto Messmer.

Who wrote the song Harper Valley PTA?
A: Tom T. Hall.

Which singer was born in Tennessee in 1917 with the first names Francis Rose?
A: Dinah Shore.

What was Elvis's last No 1 in his own lifetime?
A: Suspicious Minds.

Who choreographed the first performance of Copland's Rodeo?
A: Agnes de Mille.

Who wrote Riders of the Purple Sage?
A: Zane Gray.

What were DW Griffith's first names?
A: David Wark.

Who created the line, "Happiness is a warm puppy?"
A: Charles Schulz.

Who was the voice of Popeye for 45 years?
A: Jack Mercer.

Who directed The Big Sleep and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes?
A: Howard Hawks.

In which year was the talkie The Jazz Singer released?
A: 1927.

Alborg Roedslet international airport is in which country?
A: Denmark.

Vehicles from which country use the international registration letters WG?
A: Grenada.

What was Elton John's first US No 1 hit?
A: Crocodile Rock.

In which decade was the Oral Roberts University founded at Tulsa?
A: 1960s.

In which English city is the Burrows Toy Museum?
A: Bath.

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