Hard Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers About General Knowledge Topics

The worlds biggest what was made in London in 1998 to celebrate the re-release of Disney's Lady And The Tramp?
A: Bowl of spaghetti.

How old was Elizabeth Taylor when she appeared in National Velvet?
A: 10.

To ten thousand square miles, what is the area of Idaho?
A: 82,751 square miles.

In which state was Gene Vincent born?
A: Virginia.

How was the European Recovery Program in the 1940s more commonly known?
A: Marshall Plan.

In which decade was the University of Miami founded?
A: 1920s.

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Who were joint ballet masters of the NYCB from 1983?
A: Peter Martins and Anthony Tudor.

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Who choreographed Oklahoma on Broadway in the 40s?
A: Agnes de Mille.

Sarah Vaughan first joined which band as singer?
A: Earl Hines.

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

Which pioneering aviator had a plane called Percival Gull?
A: Jean Batten.

Brandon Lee died during the making of which movie?
A: The Crow.

Which British political figure became Baroness Kesteven?
A: Margaret Thatcher.

Henri Becquerel shared a Nobel prize for his work in discovering what?
A: Radioactivity.

Who was the first white music star to record on Atlantic, through its sister label Atco?
A: Bobby Darin.

Who took the assumed name Sebastian Melmoth when living in Paris?
A: Oscar Wilde.

Who signed the Pacific Security Treaty with the USA in 1951?
A: Australia & New Zealand.

Who had a 70s No 1 hit with Let's Do It Again?
A: The Staple Singers.

How many miles long is the canal which links the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans?
A: 50 miles.

Who founded the off-Broadway theater where Hair had its premier?
A: Joseph Papp.

Established in 1919, which is the world's oldest surviving airline?

Vehicles from which country use the international registration letter MA?
A: Morocco.

Mel Fisher was noted for searching for what?
A: Sunken Treasure.

Which US First Lady said, "No one can make you feel interior unless you consent?"
A: Eleanor Roosevelt.

Who won super bowl X?
A: Pittsburgh.

Who brought to an end Jahangir Khan's long unbeaten run of success in squash in the 80s?
A: Ross Norman.

Who had a Too Legit To Quit Tour?
A: MC Hammer.

Which instrument did bandleader Phil Harris play?
A: Drums.

Jomo Kenyatta was born into which tribe?
A: Kikuyu.

According to Rudyard Kipling what were the "two imposters" to meet and treat the same day?
A: Triumph and Disaster.

Who is the most successful UK solo artist in the USA?
A: Elton John.

Bryan Abrams, Sam Walters, Mark Calderon and Kevin Thornton formed which group?
A: Color Me Badd.

Which European country was the first to allow women the vote?
A: Finland.

Who was the British Prime Minister when independence was granted to India, Pakistan and Ceylon?
A: Clement Attlee.

Who was the defending champion when Bjorn Borg first won Wimbledon singles?
A: Arthur Ashe.

When was the Scrabble World championship first held?
A: 1991.

Arlanda international airport is in which country?
A: Sweden.

Where was horse racing's Breeder's Cup held in 1987?
A: Hollywood Park L.A.

In which year was Grace Kelly born?
A: 1929.

To ten thousand square miles, what is the area of Montana?
A: 145,556 square miles.

What year was the centenary of Arkansas joining the Union?
A: 1936.

Which singer formed his own Berlee record label?
A: Del Shannon.

Who duetted with Barbra Streisand on Till I Loved You in 1988?
A: Don Johnson.

Which country does the airline TAAG come from?
A: Angola.

Who  directed The Silence of the Lambs?
A: Jonathan Demme.

What was first published on 21st December 1913 in the New York World?
A: A crossword puzzle.

What finally knocked One Sweet Day off the No 1 position in the charts in the 90s?
A: Because You Loved Me.

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