Trivia Quiz Questions About Vehicles, Songs, Books, Movies, Korean War, Jet Planes, Pizza, Ambrosia, and more!


What male vocalist had a 70s No 1 with You've Got A Friend?
A: James Taylor.

NBC's biggest 90s comedy after Seinfeld was called what?
A: 3rd Rock From The Sun.

What type of vehicle was O J Simpson driving during his famous slow motion police chase?
 A: Ford Bronco.

President Dwight Eisenhower's middle name was what?
A: David.

President Yeltsin's first name was what?
A: Boris.

What was the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles favorite food?
A: Pizza.

The first book in the Goosebumps series had what title?
A: Welcome To Dead House.

The first commercially manufactured breakfast cereal was called what?
 A: Shredded Wheat.

What was the first movie made in Cinemascope?
A: The Robe.

Stephen King writer of horrific happenings was himself involved in a what while out walking in 1999?
 A: road accident.

What was the first of H.J. Heinz' "57 varieties"?
 A: Horseradish, marketed in 1869

The first organ successfully transplanted from a cadaver to a live person was what?
A: A kidney.

Which was the first Sherlock Holmes story written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle?
A: A Study In Scarlet, in 1887.

The first planet to be discovered using the telescope, in 1781, was what?
 A: Uranus.

In which war did one jet plane shoot down another one?
A: The Korean War.

The Revolutionary War was the first war the U. S. took part in that was partially financed with what?
A: lottery dollars.

Mosaic was the name of the first what?
 A: Web browser.

What was Ambrosia supposed to be in ancient times?
A: food of the gods.

Wright was the last name of what two flight pioneers?
 A: Orville and Wilbur.

When the musical 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue had its debut in 1976, who was living at the real 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue address?
 A: President Gerald Ford.

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