Saturday, July 9, 2011

Miscellaneous Trivia, Quiz #48 - Questions About Miscellaneous Trivia

Free fun miscellaneous trivia quiz for you to kill some time with!
  1. Which TV series intro said, "Return with us now to those thrilling
    days of yesteryear"?
  2. In which year was the University of Alaska Anchorage founded?
  3. What star sign is shared by peter Gabriel and Stevie Wonder?
  4. What was John Huston's last movie?
  5. Who won Super Bowl III?
  6. In which German city was the original Volkswagen factory?
  7. What is Marie Osmond's real first name?
  8. Who developed identikit drawings?
  9. Who sang a solo at Prince Charles and Lady Di's wedding?
  10. Which boxer is quoted as saying, "He can run, but he can't hide"?
  11. Calabar international airport is in which country?
  12. Who said, "A man is only as old as the woman he feels?"
  13. Which country did Thor Heyerdahl's Kon-Tiki set sail from on its
    journey to Eastern Polynesia?
  14. Donna Gaines is better known by which name?
  15. Which element is named after Pierre and Marie Curie?
  16. By the end of the 20th century how many times had Meryl Streep been
    nominated for an Oscar?
  17. Both Richard and Karen Carpenter came fro which state?
  18. Where was horse racing's Breeder's Cup held in 1996?
  19. What was Mr. Magoo's first name?
  20. In 1912 Albert Berry made the first successful what?
  21. What had Edmond Hillary worked at before taking up mountain climbing?
  22. In which American state is the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum?
  23. Benina international airport is in which country?
  24. Which rock star featured in Marvel's 50th issue of Marvel Premiere in
  25. Who was runner-up when Jody Scheckter won motor racing's Formula One
  26. In 1986, which TV station sponsored the world's biggest wine tasting?
  27. How many years after men's field hockey became an Olympic sport did
    the women's game become an Olympic event?
  28. In what year of the 1990s was baseball's World Series canceled?
  29. Albert Giacometti found fame as what?
  30. Which California born pianist was a pupil of Schoenberg and Milhaud?
  31. To the nearest 10,000 square miles, what is the area of Indiana?
  32. Which country does the airline LOT come from?
  33. Who first flew in Friendship 7?
  34. Who had a 50s No 1 with Stagger Lee?
  35. With which orchestra did Vladimir Horowitz make his US debut?
  36. Which movie director was born on exactly the same day as interviewer
    David Frost?
  37. Who wrote the novel Gentlemen Prefer Blondes?
  38. To a thousand, what is the area of Illinois in square miles?
  39. Which country does the airline Gulf Air come from?
  40. How old was Bjorn Borg when he decided to retire?
  41. What is Alistair Cooke's real first name?
  42. How is seriously rich Percy Miller better known?
  43. How old was Laurel and Hardy producer Hal Roach when he died in 1992?
  44. Who was West German Chancellor from 1969 to 1974?
    Willy Brandt.

Answers to  Quiz #48 - Miscellaneous Trivia Answers

  1. The Lone Ranger.
  2. 1954.
  3. Taurus.
  4. The Dead.
  5. New York Jets.
  6. Wolfsburg.
  7. Olive.
  8. Hugh C. McDonald.
  9. Kiri Te Kanawa.
  10. Joe Lewis.
  11. Nigeria.
  12. Groucho Marx.
  13. Peru.
  14. Donna Summer.
  15. Curium.
  16. Nine.
  17. Connecticut.
  18. Woodbine, Toronto.
  19. Quincy.
  20. Parachute jump.
  21. Bee Keeping.
  22. Massachusetts.
  23. Libya.
  24. Alice Cooper.
  25. Gilles Villeneuve.
  26. KQED.
  27. 72.
  28. 1994.
  29. Sculptor.
  30. Dave Brubeck.
  31. 35,870 square miles.
  32. Poland.
  33. John Glenn.
  34. Lloyd Price.
  35. New York Philharmonic.
  36. Francis Ford Coppola.
  37. Anita Loos.
  38. 55,646.
  39. Bahrain.
  40. 26.
  41. Alfred.
  42. Master P.
  43. 100.
  44. Willy Brandt.