Trivia Questions with Answers


Prozac was the most widely prescribed what in the U.S. in the 1990s?
 A: antidepressant.

What Bubbles was the name of whose famous chimpanzee companion?
 A: Michael Jackson's.

In 1986, when strongman Ferdinand Marcos was ousted, what was the name of the cardinal in office in the Philippines?
 A: Cardinal Sin.

What was Felix the Cat's  girlfriend's name?
 A: Phyllis.

What nationality was the Achille Lauro, the cruise ship hijacked by Palestinian terrorists in October 1985?
 A: Italian.

What movie was Marilyn Monroe making when she died?
A: Something's Got to Give.

Buddy was the name of the musical about what rock legend?
 A: Buddy Holly.

What type of animal was Napoleon in George Orwell's Animal Farm?
A: Pig.

The name of the rocket containing Star Trek's Gene Roddenberry's ashes was what?
A: Pegasus.

The she-ape that rescued the infant Tarzan and raised him to be Lord of the Apes was named what?
A: Kala.

Tom Mix's horse was named what?
A: Tony.

The profession of Arnold Newman was what?
A: Photographer.

Ralph Nader's book,  Unsafe At Any Speed, was about what?
A: Poor car standards.

What was the third Bond film for which Shirley Bassey sang the title song?
A: Moonraker.

What movie did William Golding make after The Lord of the Flies?
 A: The Inheritors.

Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde had what first names?
 A: Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde.

While on a visit to the Gambia, what were Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip given as a present for little Prince Andrew?
A: Baby crocodile.

Who teamed up with Barbera to form a studio for producing cartoon movies?
A: Hanna.

Edgar Allan Poe was expelled from West Point for showing up for a public parade wearing only what?
 A: a white belt and gloves.

What year was Black Monday when the New York stock Exchange fell by 33%?
A: 1987.