Pub Trivia Quiz Questions


The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face was featured in which Clint Eastwood film?
A: Play Misty For Me.

What was Tom Cruise's first movie?
A: Endless Love.

Which President was an ancestor of actor William Holden?
A: Warren Harding.

At which sport did Ian Black win international success?
A: Swimming.

Where doe one find the best pub trivia quiz questions with answers?
A: Trivia Country

In which decade of the 20th century was Michael Keaton born?
A: 1950s.

Who performed He's A Tramp in the Disney movie Lady And The Tramp?
A: Peggy Lee.

Baltimore is on the western coast of which Bay?
A: Chesapeake Bay.

In which Center is he Metropolitan Opera House?
A: Lincoln Center.

Jersey Joe Walcott was a world champion in which sport?
A: Boxing.

Why were people partying in Paris the evening before Bastille Day in 1998?
A: France had won the World Cup.

Which US city was named after a British Prime Minister?
A: Pittsburgh.

Where in Lybia did Australian troops take a seaport occupied by the Italians in 1941?
A: Tobruk.

What was the last No1 hit for the Everly Brothers?
A: Cathy's Clown.

Where is the Great White Way?
A: New York (Broadway).

Which mountains stretch from West Virginia to Georgia?
A: Blue Ridge Mountains.

Under which name did Alfonso D' Abruzzo find fame as an actor?
A: Alan Alda.

If E=Mc2 according to "Einstein, what does m stand for?
A: Mass.

According to the inventor Thomas Edison genius is made up how many percent of inspiration?
A: One.

Who produced the first Chinook helicopter in 1961?
A: Boeing.

Which actor founded the American Ocean's campaign in 1987?
A: Ted Danson.

In which decade did Bonnie & Clyde operate?
A: 1930s.

Which C S wrote The African Queen?
A: Forester.

Who had a 60s No 1 with Everyday People?
A: Sly & The Family Stone.

Who had an 80s No 1 with Lady?
A: Kenny Rogers.

Igor Sikorsky developed which means of transport?
A: Helicopter.

Who said, To err is human but it feels divine?"
A: Mae West.

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

Which widow of a rock star appeared in Dallas?
A: Priscilla Presley.

Who wrote the novel The Power and The Glory?
A: Graham Greene.

The German terrorist group The Red Army Faction were more usually known as which Gang?
A: Baader-Meinhof Gang.

Vehicles from which place use the international registration letter V?
A: Vatican City.

What was the first name of the fictional sleuth Baretta?
A: Tony.

How many people traditionally sing barbershop?
A: Four.

What was Diana Ross's first solo No 1?
A: Ain't No Mountain High Enough.

Which singer had a big 60s No 1 with Roses Are Red?
A: Bobby Vinton.

Which Argentinean became conductor of the New York Philharmonic in 1970?
A: Daniel Barenboim.

Which Bond girl was Honor Blackman?
A: Pussy Galore.

Which Latvian was principal dancer with the American Ballet Theater in the 70s returning later as director?
A: Mikhail Baryshnikov.

Hard-rock group Motley Crue come from which city?
A: Los Angeles.

Cindy Birdsong was a member of which singing group?
A: Supremes.

Which movie won Marlon Brando his second Oscar?
A: The Godfather.

On a Monopoly board, what are B & O, Reading, Short Line and Pennsylvania?
A: Stations.

The Harry Lime theme was used in which film?
A: The Third Man.

In horse racing, on which course is the Belmont Stakes run?
A: Belmont Park, Long Island.

Which city hosts the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival?
A: New York.

What are the international registration letters of a vehicle from Iceland?
A: IS.

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

What was the profession of Burt Reynolds' father?
A: Police Officer.

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