Miscellaneous Trivia Quiz Questions

Who penned Kenny Rogers' No 1 hit Lady?
A: Lionel Richie.

Who had a 50s No 1 with Heartaches By The Number?
A: Guy Mitchell.

In which country was power seized in the 70s by the Gang of Four?
A: China.

At which sport did Jonah Barrington win international success?
A: Squash.

What was the nationality of composer Aaron Copland?
A: American.

What is Diana Ross's middle name?
A: Ernestine.

What was the occupation of Edith Cavell who was shot by the Germans in WWI?
A: Nurse.

How did Satyajit Ray achieve fame?
A: Film Director.

Who had a 1980s No 1 hit with Don't You (Forget About Me)?
A: Simple Minds.

Which Japanese company bought CBS records in 1988?
A: Sony.

Who has the best miscellaneous trivia quiz questions with answers?
A: Trivia Country

How many of Mark Spitz's Olympic golds were for solo events?
A: Four.

Who made the album Honky Tonk Angels with Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette?
A: Loretta Lynn.

How many Nobel prizes did Marie curie win?
A: Two.

In which country is the deepwater port of Belem?
A: Brazil.

In which country was Danny De Vito born?

In computer language, what does the letter C stand for in ASCII?
A: Code.

In which individual events did Michael Johnson win Olympic gold in Atlanta?
A: 200m & 400m.

Under what name did Peter Thorkelson perform in one of the 60s biggest bands?
A: Peter Tork, the Monkees.

If it is 3 a.m. in Nevada, what time is it in Montana?
A: 4 a.m.

The Chinook blows down which mountains?
A: Rocky Mountains.

In which country was Michael J. Fox born?
A: Canada.

Who was Sean Penn married to for 27 months before divorce was filed?
A: Madonna.

To the nearest million, how mjch did Heavan's Gate lose for United Artists?
A: 30.

From which show does Love Changes Everything come from?
A: Aspects of Love.

Under which name did Leonard Slye ride across the silver screen?
A: Roy Rogers.

Who directed The Deer Hunter?
A: Michael Cimino.

On which movie's sound track from the 90s did Brenda Lee feature?
A: Dick Tracy.

In baseball, where do the Royals come from?
A: Kansas city.

What is the largest city in Ohio?
A: Cleveland.

What color is Laa Laa of the Teletulbbies?
A: Yellow.

Who was the most recent Democrat before Clinton to be reelected for a second term as US President?
A: Roosevelt.

For what did Georgie O'Keefe become famous?
A: Painting.

A-Ha sang the title song for which Bond film?
A: The Living Daylights.

The Scent of Mystery was the first fi8lm to target which of the senses?
A: Smell - Smell O Vision.

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

What was the title of Player's No 1 of the 70s?
A: Baby Come Back.

The Suez Canal connects the Mediterranean Sea to which other Sea?
A: Red sea.

Which Russian writer wrote Cancer Ward?
A: Alexander Solzhenitsyn.

Which summer month is the title of an album by Eric Clapton?
A: August.

Vehicles from which country use the international registration letter E?
A: Spain.

If it is noon in Ohio, what time is it in Nevada?
A: 9:00 a.m.

In the Simpsons, which Hollywood superstar provided Maggie's first word?
A: Elizabeth Taylor.

Which writer came up with Catch 22 in the 60s?
A: Joseph Heller.

Who won the women's tennis gold in Atlanta in 1996?
A: Lindsay Davenport.

Bourgas international airport is in which country?
A: Bulgaria.

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