- What was the title of Harpo Marx's 1985 autobiography?
- How many references are there to crying in Tammy Faye Bakker's
two books, I Gotta Be Me and Run to the Roar?
- What well-known writer appeared in the 1981 movie Ragtime as
Stanford White, the celebrated architect who was shot to death in
the sensational Girl in the Red Velvet Swing murder?
- What did Jughead, the buddy of comic strip character Archie,
become when he grew up, according to a 1990 TV movie about the two
Riverdale High School grads?
- What was the name of the dog that was with Rip Van Winkle when he
fell asleep for 22 years?
- What was Dr. Frankenstein's first name in the famous novel by
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly?
- What cartoon character's "racy lifestyle" once led to a ban on
his comic books in youth club libraries in Helsinki, Finland?
- What was the name of the cat Alice left behind when she fell down
the rabbit hole in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis
- What was Rembrandt's last name?
- What American novel was the first to sell over one million
- What comic strip character was the first to grow up and age in
- What is the name of the gypsy girl the hunchback Quasimodo falls
in love with in Victor Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre Dame?
- Who wrote the poem The Pied Piper of Hamelin?
- By what score was Mudville defeated in Ernest Thayer's classic
poem Casey at the Bat?
- For what career was Western writer Zane Grey trained?
- What famous play served as the inspiration for the 1956 science
fiction film Forbidden Planet?
- What is the name of the town in which Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer
Prize-winning play Our Town takes place?
- What famous writer is believed to have made the first reference
to tennis in English literature?
- How much was poet John Milton paid for his epic poem Paradise
Lost, which was first published in 1667?
- In Gulliver's Travels, what was a professor at the Grand Academy
in Lagado busily trying to extract from cucumbers?
- What was the first name of super capitalist war profiteer "Daddy"
Warbucks in the Little Orphan Annie cartoon series?
Answers to Free Trivia Quiz #4 Books, Authors, Comics, etc.
- The zany, but silent Marx brother called his book Harpo Speaks!
- A :Norman Mailer.
- A psychiatrist--known by his given name, Forsythe, rather than
- Donald Duck's, in 1978.
- Van Ryn.
- Uncle Tom's Cabin.
- Skeezix, who first appeared in the Gasoline Alley comic strip as
a baby left on bachelor Walt Wallet's doorstep.
- Russian Wassily Kandinsky.
- The score was 4 to 2.
- Shakespeare's The Tempest.
- Grover's Corners, New Hampshire.
- Geoffery Chaucer, in 1380, when he wrote of "playen racket to and
fro " in Troilus and Criseyde.
- Ten pounds-- five down and another five pounds when all 1,300
copies in the first printing were sold. After Milton's death, his
widow gave up all future claims for an additional eight pounds.