Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Miscellaneous Trivia, Quiz #45 - Fun Miscellaneous Trivia Questions and Answers

Trivia - subjects like Hotel California, Billie Holliday, Utah, Henry Ford, Neil Armstrong, and more.
  1. Who said, "It is better to die on your feet than live on your knees?"
  2. In which year did Tanganyika and Zanzibar merge to form Tanzania?
  3. In which decade did motor car pioneer Henry Ford die?
  4. Who wrote the novel Love Solves The Problem?
  5. Ed Gagliardi, Al Greenwood and Dennis Elliot have all been in which
  6. On what date in 1969 did Neil Armstrong first set foot on the Moon?
  7. Bandar Seri Begawan International airport is in which country?
  8. Which song starts, "On a dark desert highway?"
  9. Which golfer said, "Grey hair is great. 'Ask anyone who's bald?"
  10. For which movie did Katherine Hepburn win her third Oscar?
  11. What was Rambo's first name?
  12. When did field hockey become an Olympic event for men?
  13. Which state celebrated its centenary of joining the Union in 1921?
  14. What was the profession of Paul Strand (1890 - 1976)?
  15. How was Eleanor Gough McKay better known?
  16. Who invented the world's first data-processing machine?
  17. Bill Cosby had a professional trial in which sport?
  18. What was the first film Alfred Hitchcock made in Hollywood?
  19. What is the most common street name in the UK?
  20. Bujumbura international airport is in which country?
  21. What star sign was Michael Jackson?
  22. The painting The Scream was stolen form which city in 1994?
  23. What was Paul Newman's first movie?
  24. What is Mica Paris' real name?
  25. Which 60s song starts, "You've got a lot of nerve?"
  26. To ten thousand square miles, what is the area of Utah?
  27. Which University of Wisconsin has the highest enrolment figure?
  28. What was the day job that Boris Yeltsin started out with?
  29. What was special about Fred Balasare's 1962 Channel swim?
  30. How old was Harry Stevens when he married at the Caravilla Retirement
    Home, Wisconsin in 1984?
  31. What is Diane Keaton's real name?
  32. Which supermodel said, "I look very scary in the mornings?
  33. American Sammy Duvall was a world champion in which sport?
  34. What year was the centenary of Illinois joining the Union?
  35. Which word used to be in the name of The San Francisco Ballet?
  36. Which singer has appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine 16
  37. How many teams contested the first soccer World Cup held in 1930?
  38. What nationality were Mother Teresa's parents?
  39. Who had a 60s No 1 hit with I'm Telling You Now?
  40. What are the international registration letters of a vehicle from The
  41. Who directed The Sting?
  42. How many weeks did Macarena by Los Del Rio spend on the top 100?
  43. Which philosopher wrote Eros and Civilization and One Dimensional
  44. To ten thousand square miles, what is the area of Pennsylvania?
  45. What are the international registration letters of a vehicle from Sri
  46. Who directed the movie East of Eden?
  47. Which actor was born on exactly the same day as musician Herb Alpert?
  48. Who had a 70s No 1 hit with Sundown?
  49. In which year did Count Basie die?

Answers to  Quiz #45 - Miscellaneous Trivia

  1. Emiliano Zapata.
  2. 1964.
  3. 1940s.
  4. Barbara Cartland.
  5. Foreigner.
  6. July 20th.
  7. Brunei.
  8. Hotel California.
  9. Lee Trevino.
  10. The Lion in Winter.
  11. John.
  12. 1908.
  13. Missouri.
  14. Photographer.
  15. Billie Holiday.
  16. Herman Hollerith.
  17. Football.
  18. Rebecca.
  19. High Street.
  20. Burundi.
  21. Virgo.
  22. Oslo.
  23. The Silver Chalice.
  24. Michelle Wallen.
  25. Positively 4th Street.
  26. 82,168.
  27. Madison.
  28. Builder.
  29. Swam underwater.
  30. 104.
  31. Diane Hall.
  32. Linda Evangelista.
  33. Water skiing.
  34. 1918.
  35. Opera.
  36. Mick Jagger.
  37. 13.
  38. Albanian.
  39. Freddie & The Dreamers.
  40. BS.
  41. George Roy Hill.
  42. 60.
  43. Herbert Marcuse.
  44. 44,820 square miles.
  45. CL.
  46. Elia Kazan.
  47. Richard Chamberlain.
  48. Gordon Lightfoot.
  49. 1984.