Thursday, June 16, 2011

Trivia Quiz #27 - Long Trivia Quiz About Miscellaneous Topics

Hard Trivia - Hollywood, singers, politicians, actors, history, French Open, and much more!
  1. Who was the youngest Hollywood producer of the 20th century?
  2. Arturo Marino Benitez international airport is in which country?
  3. How old would Bobby Kennedy have been had he lived to the end of
    the 20th century?
  4. Who wrote the words to Thank Heaven For Little Girls?
  5. What was Jane Russell's real first name?
  6. The Fabulous Cullinan diamond was cut into how many separate gems?
  7. Which singer-songwriter was born on the same day as actor Billy Dee
  8. John and Mary Evans of Alaska grew the world's biggest what?
  9. Where is the University of New Hampshire located?
  10. What is the biggest studio in Hollywood called?
  11. Who was the first person to win the Indianapolis 500 six times?
  12. To five thousand, hat is the area of Georgia in square miles?
  13. Gunn-toting Wyatt Earp survived to what age?
  14. Which sporting world championship has been held at the Kuusinski
    and Kitka Rivers in Finland?
  15. Which country does the airline Tower Air come from?
  16. In which country is the Bendorf  bridge?
  17. Which pop singer blamed his cocaine addiction of the break0-up of
    his relationship with Victoria principal?
  18. Who had a 70s No 1 hit with The Night Chicago Died?
  19. What was Bob Hoskins' profession when he worked in the circus?
  20. Vehicles from which country use the international registration letters
  21. Which state was Peggy Lee born in?
  22. Who was the last man to win Wimbledon and the French open singles
    in the same year?
  23. Who directed the movie The Blues Brothers?
  24. In WWII what did kamikaze mean?
  25. In which country did the first Mickey Mouse comic appear?
  26. What was the name of the island off Iceland which appeared in 1963
    as a result of an underwater volcano?
  27. What is Don Johnson's real name?
  28. Which band has featured Gregg Rolie, David Brown and Autlan de Bavarro?
  29. Which city took Wilbert Harrison to the top of the singles charts?
  30. Which US soap actress's real name is Patsy Mclenny?
  31. To ten thousand square miles, what is the area of Arizona?
  32. Robert Mugabe was the first Prime Minister of which country?
  33. In which state is the Creighton University?
  34. In England, who was Princess Diana referring to when she said her
    marriage was ' a bit crowded?'
  35. What is Brad Pitt's real first name?
  36. Which label was responsible for John Lennon's final album made in
    his lifetime?
  37. What was Elton John's first album to enter the US charts at No 1?
  38. In which state was Quincy Jones born?
  39. Which country does the airline Norontair come form?
  40. Which incident escalated US involvement in Vietnam?
  41. What was Michael Jackson's last UK No 1 of the 80s?
  42. What are the international registration letters of a vehicle from
  43. The world's biggest what was made in Seymour, Wisconsin in August
  44. What was Warren Beatty's first movie?
  45. Who designed the New York pink skyscraper with the Chippendale-style
    cabinet top?
  46. Who wrote the novel Tycoon in 1996?

Answers to Long Hard Trivia Quiz #26

  1. Steven Paul.
  2. Chile.
  3. 74.
  4. Alan Jay Lerner.
  5. Ernestine.
  6. 105.
  7. Merle Haggard.
  8. Broccoli.
  9. Durham.
  10. Universal City.
  11. Al Unser.
  12. 58,900 square miles.
  13. 80.
  14. Fly Fishing.
  15. USA.
  16. Germany.
  17. Andy Gibb.
  18. Paper Lace.
  19. Fire-eater.
  20. Sierra Leone.
  21. North Dakota.
  22. Bjorn Borg.
  23. John Landis.
  24. Wind of the Gods.
  25. Italy.
  26. Surtsey.
  27. Donald Wayne.
  28. Santana.
  29. Kansas City.
  30. Morgan Fairchild.
  31. 114,000 square miles.
  32. Zimbabwe.
  33. Nebraska.
  34. Camilla Parker Bowles.
  35. William.
  36. Geffen.
  37. Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy.
  38. Illinois.
  39. Canada.
  40. Tonkin Gulf incident.
  41. I Just Can't Stop Loving You.
  42. EAT.
  43. Hamburger.
  44. Splendor in the Grass.
  45. Philip Johnson.
  46. Harold Robbins.