Monday, July 18, 2011

Trivia Quiz #58 - Long General Knowledge Trivia Quiz

Long General Knowledge Trivia About Anything and Everything.

  1. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face was featured in which Clint
    Eastwood film?
  2. What was Tom Cruise's first movie?
  3. Which President was an ancestor of actor William Holden?
  4. At which sport did Ian Black win international success?
  5. In which decade of the 20th century was Michael Keaton born?
  6. Who performed He's A Tramp in the Disney movie Lady And The Tramp?
  7. Baltimore is on the western coast of which Bay?
  8. In which Center is he Metropolitan Opera House?
  9. Jersey Joe Walcott was a world champion in which sport?
  10. Why were people partying in Paris the evening before Bastille Day in
  11. Which US city was named after a British Prime Minister?
  12. Where in Lybia did Australian troops take a seaport occupied by the
    Italians in 1941?
  13. What was the last No1 hit for the Everly Brothers?
  14. Where is the Great White Way?
  15. Which mountains stretch from West Virginia to Georgia?
  16. Under which name did Alfonso D' Abruzzo find fame as an actor?
  17. If E=Mc2 according to "Einstein, what does m stand for?
  18. According to the inventor Thomas Edison genius is made up how many
    percent of inspiration?
  19. Who produced the first Chinook helicopter in 1961?
  20. Which actor founded the American Ocean's campaign in 1987?
  21. In which decade did Bonnie & Clyde operate?
  22. Which C S wrote The African Queen?
  23. Who had a 60s No 1 with Everyday People?
  24. Who had an 80s No 1 with Lady?
  25. Igor Sikorsky developed which means of transport?
  26. Who said, To err is human but it feels divine?"
  27. In which decade of the 20th century was Teri Garr born?
  28. Which widow of a rock star appeared in Dallas?
  29. Who wrote the novel The Power and The Glory?
  30. The German terrorist group The Red Army Faction were more usually
    known as which Gang?
  31. Vehicles from which place use the international registration letter
  32. What was the first name of the fictional sleuth Baretta?
  33. How many people traditionally sing barbershop?
  34. What was Diana Ross's first solo No 1?
  35. Which singer had a big 60s No 1 with Roses Are Red?
  36. Which Argentinean became conductor of the New York Philharmonic in
  37. Which Bond girl was Honor Blackman?
  38. Which Latvian was principal dancer with the American Ballet Theater
    in the 70s returning later as director?
  39. Hard-rock group Motley Crue come from which city?
  40. Cindy Birdsong was a member of which singing group?
  41. Which movie won Marlon Brando his second Oscar?
  42. On a Monopoly board, what are B & O, Reading, Short Line and
  43. The Harry Lime theme was used in which film?
  44. In horse racing, on which course is the Belmont Stakes run?
  45. Which city hosts the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival?
  46. What are the international registration letters of a vehicle from
  47. In which decade of the 20th century was Whoopi Goldberg born?
  48. What was the profession of Burt Reynolds' father?
Answers to Quiz #58 - General Knowledge Trivia Quiz Answers

  1. Play Misty For Me.
  2. Endless Love.
  3. Warren Harding.
  4. Swimming.
  5. 1950s.
  6. Peggy Lee.
  7. Chesapeake Bay.
  8. Lincoln Center.
  9. Boxing.
  10. France had won the World Cup.
  11. Pittsburgh.
  12. Tobruk.
  13. Cathy's Clown.
  14. New York (Broadway).
  15. Blue Ridge Mountains.
  16. Alan Alda.
  17. Mass.
  18. One.
  19. Boeing.
  20. Ted Danson.
  21. 1930s.
  22. Forester.
  23. Sly & The Family Stone.
  24. Kenny Rogers.
  25. Helicopter.
  26. Mae West.
  27. 1940s.
  28. Priscilla Presley.
  29. Graham Greene.
  30. Baader-Meinhof Gang.
  31. Vatican City.
  32. Tony.
  33. Four.
  34. Ain't No Mountain High Enough.
  35. Bobby Vinton.
  36. Daniel Barenboim.
  37. Pussy Galore.
  38. Mikhail Baryshnikov.
  39. Los Angeles.
  40. Supremes.
  41. The Godfather.
  42. Stations.
  43. The Third Man.
  44. Belmont Park, Long Island.
  45. New York.
  46. IS.
  47. 1940s.
  48. Police Officer.