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Easy Trivia Questions

  1. Which famous play features a character named Romeo?
    Answer: Romeo and Juliet 
  2. What is the largest mammal in the world?
    Answer: Blue whale
  3. What is the main ingredient in guacamole?
    Answer: Avocado 
  4. Who is known as the “Father of the United States” and the first President of the country?
    Answer: George Washington 
  5. Who painted the Mona Lisa?
    Answer: Leonardo da Vinci
  6. What popular ice cream flavor is typically made with crushed cookies? 
    Answer: Cookies and Cream
  7. What is the name of the largest ocean on Earth?
    Answer: Pacific Ocean 
  8. What famous music group was John Lennon a part of before pursuing a solo career?
    Answer: The Beatles 
  9. In the story of Snow White, how many dwarfs are there?
    Answer: Seven
  10. Who is the king of the gods in Greek mythology?
    Answer: Zeus 
  11. What do bees collect to make honey?
    Answer: Nectar
  12. In what galaxy is our solar system located?
    Answer: Milky Way
  13. Which planet is known as the “Blue Planet”?
    Answer: Earth
  14. Which geometric shape has four equal sides and four right angles?
    Answer: Square
  15. What is the main ingredient in the dish sushi?
    Answer: Rice

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General Animation Trivia

16.  Who gets nothing but rocks while trick or treating in ‘It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown’?

Answer: Charlie Brown

17.  Which cartoonist created Woody Woodpecker?

Answer: Walter Lanz

18. Who gets Springfield stuck under a dome in ‘The Simpsons Movie’?

Answer: Homer

19. What kind of animal was Disney’s ‘Bambi’?

Answer: Deer

20. Where is Shrek’s home in the movie ‘Shrek’?

Answer: A Swamp

21. Who is the king of Halloween town in ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’?

Answer: Jack Skellington

22. Who was ‘the boy who never grew up’ in a Disney movie?

Answer: Peter Pan

23. What are Gru’s little yellow friends called in ‘Despicable Me’?

Answer: Minions

24. Which cartoon show popularized the phrase ‘Oh my God, they killed Kenny!’?

Answer: South Park

25. In ‘The Jungle Book’, what animal was Baloo?

Answer: Bear

26. What mean neighbor lives in the monster house in ‘Monster House’?

Answer: Mr. Nebbercracker

27.  What land are the tiny dinosaurs trying to get to in ‘The Land Before Time’?

Answer: The Great Valley

28. Evil Manta is a character in which animated film?

Answer: The Little Mermaid

29. Judge Doom is a character in which animated film?

Answer: Who Framed Roger Rabbit

30. Undertow is a character in which animated film?

Answer: The Little Mermaid

31. Claude Frollo was a character in which animated film?

Answer: The Hunchback of Notre Dame

32. Grey Brother is a character in which animated film?

Answer: The Jungle Book

33. Tiger Lily is a character in which animated film?

Answer: Peter Pan

34. Melman is a character in which animated film?

Answer: Madagascar

35. What director did their first full-length animated film in 2009 with ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’?

Answer: Wes Anderson

36. The movie ‘Coraline’ is based on a story by what fantasy author?

Answer: Neil Gaiman

37.  What legendary animator and artist directed ‘An American Tail’?

Answer: Don Bluth

38. ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ is based on a series of children’s books by what author?

Answer: Cressida Cowell

39. The movie ‘Fritz the Cat’ is based on the work of what comic artist?

Answer: R. Crumb

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British Bands & Singers Trivia

40.  21 is a BRIT Award Best Album winner by which act?

Answer: Adele

41. Complete the title of a Travis hit ‘Why does it Always ____ on me?’

Answer: Rain

42. A Different Beat was a hit for which boyband?

Answer: Boyzone

43. Complete the title of a Dido hit ‘Life for…’?

Answer: Rent

44. Liam and Noel Gallagher fronted which band?

Answer: Oasis

45. What is the real surname of Adele?

Answer: Adkins

46. Babel was the second studio album by which group?

Answer: Mumford and Sons

47. Mylo Xyloto was the name of an album release by which band?

Answer: Parachutes

48. In what year did Will Young win Pop Idol?

Answer: 2001

49. Les Gray was the long-time lead vocalist for which group?

Answer: Mud

50. On which show did One Direction find fame?

Answer: X Factor

51. Always Yours was a 1970s Number 1 in the UK for which act?

Answer: Gary Glitter

52. No Angle is a BRIT Award Best Album winner by which act?

Answer: Dido

53. Lungs is a BRIT Award Best Album winner by which act?

Answer: Florence and the Machine

54. Who is the lead singer of Travis?

Answer: Fran Healy

55. Which band were fronted by Eric Burdon?

Answer: The Animals

56. Robbie Williams broke hearts when he left which band?

Answer: Take That

57. Which band was formed in 1988 in Seymour, London?

Answer: Blur

58. Pulp were a 1990s band from which British city?

Answer: Sheffield

59. The Animals hailed from which British city?

Answer: Newcastle

60. The Appleton Sisters were members of which band?

Answer: All Saints

61. Steve Took was a member of which group?

Answer: T Rex

62. Ray Davies was the frontman of which British band?

Answer: The Kinks

63. Mel B and Mel C were members of which group?

Answer: Spice Girls

64. Which group rose to fame on The X Factor?

Answer: One Direction

65. The band Travis hails from which country?

Answer: Scotland

66. Which group had a major hit with ‘Queen of My Heart’?

Answer: Westlife

67. Gabrillee had a 2000s number 1 with…?

Answer: Rise

68. Dog Man Star was a seminal 1990s album by which act?

Answer: Suede

69. The Boomtown Rats hailed from which part of the UK?

Answer: Ireland

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Hard Trivia Questions

70. What is the capital city of Mongolia?
Answer: Ulaanbaatar

71. What is the rarest blood type among humans?
Answer: AB-negative

72. How many wives did King Henry VIII have?
Answer: Six

73. In which year did Serena Williams win her first Grand Slam singles title?
Answer: 1999 (US Open)

74. In what year and in which city were the first modern Olympic Games held?
Answer: 1896 in Athens, Greece

75. What is the specific term used to describe a type of sandstorm characterized by strong winds carrying a wall of dust and sand, reducing visibility and causing hazardous conditions?
Answer: Haboob

76. Benjamin Franklin was a key figure in the drafting of the United States Constitution. Which state did he represent during the Constitutional Convention in 1787?
Answer: Pennsylvania

77. Before founding Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg created a website that allowed users to compare the attractiveness of two people side by side. What was the name of this website?
Answer: Facemash

78. In the early 20th century, a soft drink named “Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda” was known for containing lithium. Which company later acquired this beverage and transformed it into a popular lemon-lime soft drink we know today?
Answer: Coca-Cola Company (they rebranded it as 7UP)

79. What is the capital city of Bhutan?
Answer: Thimphu

80. In mathematics, what is the name for a number that is not a prime number and has more than two factors?
Answer: Composite number

81. Who is the Greek god of war and son of Zeus and Hera?
Answer: Ares

82. What is the scientific term for the “little brain” at the base of the brain that coordinates movement and balance?
Answer: Cerebellum

83. What is the chemical symbol for the element mercury?
Answer: Hg

84. What is the name of the largest moon of Jupiter?
Answer: Ganymede

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Olympic Sports Trivia

85. FINA is the international governing body of which sport?

Answer: Swimming

86. Beginners in judo wear a belt. Which color?

Answer: White

87. A competition where each team plays every other team is known as what?

Answer: Round Robin

88. Athletes use which pieces of equipment to place their feet at the start of a race?

Answer: Blocks

89. Scoring for which sport is assessed using the degree of difficulty, execution, and entry?

Answer: Diving

90. Test Match Special’ is a British radio show about which sport?

Answer: Cricket

91. Badminton was invented by British Army officers serving in which country?

Answer: India

92. Which Olympic sport features a pommel horse?

Answer: Gymnastics

93. A Marathon race is named after a place in which country?

Answer: Greece

94. Which league are elite track and field athletics meetings called?

Answer: Diamond

95.  A judo expert would have which color of belt?

Answer: Black

96. An athlete who sets off before the starting gun has committed what?

Answer: False Start

97. Figure and Speed are forms of which sport?

Answer: Skating

98. End zone, field judge, and fourth down are terms in which sport?

Answer: Football

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Stranger Things Plot Trivia

99. What is putting stores out of business in season 3?

Answer: Starcourt Mall

100. In season two, Dustin sets the high score on what video game?

Answer: Dig Dug

101. What game do the boys of Stranger Things like to play?

Answer: Dungeons and Dragons

102.  What is the name of the ice cream parlor where Steve and Robin work in season 3 of “Stranger Things”?

Answer: Scoops Ahoy

103. What is Barb’s surname?

Answer: Holland

104. What does Joyce use to paint an alphabetic board on her wall?

Answer: Christmas Lights

105. Who has a turtle called Yertle?

Answer: Dustin

106. What was the clown’s name that gave Bob nightmares?

Answer: Mr. Baldo

107. Who was the first character to enter the Upside Down world?

Answer: Nancy Wheeler

Astronomy Trivia

108. Waxing Gibbous refers to which celestial body?

Answer: Moon

109. How many fundamental states of matter are there?

Answer: 3

110. Isaac Newton was born in which century?

Answer: 17th

111. Which layer of the earth is under the crust but above the core?

Answer: Mantle

112. In which year did man last land on the moon?

Answer: 1972

113. What is the name of the yellow-green digestive fluid produced by your liver?

Answer: Bile

114. Which animal has the longest gestation period?

Answer: Elephant

115. What word means the wearing away of land by water or wind?

Answer: Erosion

116. What type of rock is formed under huge amounts of heat or pressure?

Answer: Metamorphic

117. Where in the body would you find alveoli?

Answer: Lungs

Adult Magazines Trivia

118. What magazine was founded by Hugh Hefner?

Answer: Playboy

119. What magazine was founded by Bob Guccione?

Answer: Penthouse

120. What magazine was created by Larry Flynt?

Answer: Hustler

121. Who is the publisher of Barely Legal Magazine?

Answer: Larry Flynt

122. What adult magazine did Al Goldstein publish?

Answer: Screw

123. What animal serves as the mascot for Playboy Magazine?

Answer: Bunny

124. What adult film star caused controversy in the industry by appearing in several adult films when she was under 18?

Answer: Traci Lords

125. Larry Flynt published nude photos of what the former First Lady did while she was sunbathing in 1971?

Answer: Jacqueline Onassis

126. What magazine did Hugh Hefner leave to launch his famous magazine in 1953?

Answer: Esquire

Adult Books Trivia

127. What famous book about sex did Alex Comfort write?

Answer: The Joy Of Sex

128. Albert Ellis is best known for writing what sexual manual?

Answer: The Art And Science Of Love

129. What sex manual was subtitled ‘A Cordon Bleu Guide to Lovemaking’?

Answer: The Joy Of Sex

130. What erotic novel is E.L. James best known for writing?

Answer: Fifty Shades Of Gray

131.  What erotic novel is D.H. Lawrence the author of?

Answer: Lady Chatterley’s Lover

132. Who published ‘Sexual Behavior in the Human Male’?

Answer: Alfred Kinsey

133. Who wrote the novel ‘120 Days in Sodom’?

Answer: Marquis De Sade

134. What erotic novel coined the term ‘masochism’?

Answer: Venus In Furs

General Knowledge Trivia Questions

Looking for a mix of everything? Here’s a comprehensive list of general trivia questions for adults that cover a wide range of topics. 

135. In what year did the Berlin Wall fall?
Answer: 1989

136. What is the capital city of Brazil?
Answer: Brasília

137. Who wrote “Pride and Prejudice”?
Answer: Jane Austen

138. Who is known as the “Father of Modern Physics”?
Answer: Albert Einstein

139. Which mountain range is the longest in the world?
Answer: The Andes 

140. What is the largest island in the world?
Answer: Greenland 

141. What is the chemical symbol for silver?
Answer: Ag

142. Who painted “The Persistence of Memory”?
Answer: Salvador Dali 

143. What is the largest bone in the human body?
Answer: Femur

144. Before becoming President, Barack Obama served as a U.S. Senator from which state?
Answer: Illinois

145. In which year did the Titanic sink?
Answer: 1912

146. What is the capital city of Argentina?
Answer: Buenos Aires

147. Who painted the famous artwork “The Last Supper”?
Answer: Leonardo da Vinci

148. In which year did World War II end?
Answer: 1945

149. What is the currency of Japan?
Answer: Japanese Yen

Movies Trivia Questions

150. President Snow is a villain in which series of movies?

Answer: Hunger Games

151. Which Disney movie is Jafar the villain?

Answer: Aladdin

152. What is the first name of the FBI agent who goes up against Hannibal Lecter?

Answer: Clarice

153. Who played villain Saruman in the ‘Lord of the Rings’ movies?

Answer: Christopher Lee

154. Tommy DeVito, villain of 1990 movie ‘Goodfellas’, was played by which actor?

Answer: Joe Pesci

155. Who played super-villain Dr Evil on screen?

Answer: Mike Myers

156. Who voices Scar, the villain of the 1994 animation ‘The Lion King’?

Answer: Jeremy Irons

157. Tom Riddle is the birth name of which movie villain?

Answer: Lord Voldemort

158. What is the name of the scary clown in the 2017 movie ‘It’?

Answer: Pennywise

159. Jack Nicholson plays villain Jack Torrance in which 70s horror movie?

Answer: The Shining

160. Lex Luther is the supervillain nemesis of which superhero?

Answer: Superman

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Music Genres Trivia

161. In what decade were composers Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frideric Handel born: the 1540s, the 1630, the 1680s or the 1710s?

Answer: In the 1680s (1685)

162. In what year did Apple introduce the iTunes Music Store?

Answer: 2003

163. Is a fiddle a wind, string, percussion, or keyboard instrument?

Answer: String instrument

164. In music, which major key signature has 3 flats?

Answer: E flat major

165. Ironman was the solo debut album of which Wu-Tang member?

Answer: Ghostface Killah

166. In music, which minor key has the same key signature as A major?

Answer: F sharp

167. In what country was composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky born?

Answer: Russia

168. In country music, when was the name ‘Grand Ole Opry’ first used?

Answer: 1927

169. In the song from ‘The Music Man’, how many trombones led the big parade?

Answer: 76

170. In the orchestra, which of these brass instruments is the smallest?

Answer: Trumpet

171. In 2007 Pink sang about ‘U and UR…..’?

Answer: Hand

172. Is a marimba a wind, string, percussion, or keyboard instrument?

Answer: Percussion instrument

173. Is a tambourine a wind, string, percussion, or keyboard instrument?

Answer: Percussion instrument

174. Is a gong a wind, string, percussion, or keyboard instrument?

Answer: Percussion instrument

175. Is a xylophone a wind, string, percussion, or keyboard instrument?

Answer: Percussion instrument

176. In what year did Avril Lavigne reach No.1 with Girlfriend?

Answer: 2007

177. In what year did Nickelback hit the top of the charts with How You Remind Me?

Answer: 2002

178. In what year did Hanson release the ‘Underneath’ album?

Answer: 2004

179. In what year did The Fray release ‘How to Save a Life’?

Answer: 2006

180. In what year did One Direction release their debut single ‘What Makes You Beautiful’?

Answer: 2011

181. What year did Rihanna and David Guetta team up to release ‘We Found Love’?

Answer: 2011

182. In what year did the Pussycat Dolls release ‘Don’t Cha’?

Answer: 2005

183. In what year did Kelly Clarkson win American Idol?

Answer: 2002

184. In what year did Beyonce perform at the Super Bowl?

Answer: 2013

185. In what year did the first ‘du World Music Festival’ take place?

Answer: 2011

186. In what year did ‘The Voice USA’ win a Primetime Emmy?

Answer: 2013

187. In what year did Simon & Garfunkel officially split?

Answer: 1970

188. In what year did Diana Ross leave ‘The Supremes’?

Answer: 1970

189. In what year did Madonna first reach Number 1 with Vogue?

Answer: 1990

190. In what year did Cowell leave American Idol?

Answer: 2010

191. In what year did Jay Z team up with Alicia Keys to release Empire State of Mind?

Answer: 2009

192. In what year did The Killers release their second album Sam’s Town?

Answer: 2006

193. In what year did Blur release There’s No Other Way?

Answer: 1991

194. In what year did Gabrielle release her UK number 1 single ‘Rise’?

Answer: 2000

195. In what year did Fergie reach No.1 with ‘Big Girls Don’t Cry’?

Answer: 2007

196. What year did Madonna release the number 1 single ‘Sorry’?

Answer: 2006

197. In what year did Alicia Keys first chart with ‘Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart’?

Answer: 2010

198. In what year did the Baha Men release ‘Who Let The Dogs Out’?

Answer: 2000

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Politics & News Trivia Questions

199. Which band had a moving farewell performance in July 2015?

Answer: grateful dead

200. Who was the Soviet Premier during the Cuban Missile Crisis?

Nikita Khrushchev, Answer:

201. Which party won the British General Election in 2015?

Answer: conservative

202. What is the middle name of Franklin Delano Roosevelt?

Answer: Dwight

203. What proportion of US newspapers are recycled by 2012?

Answer: 0.58

204. Spanish-language journal In 2004, Marca gave Beckham a nickname?

Answer: Forrest Gump

205. Which politician owned 24 A.C. Milan at one point in time?

Answer: Silvio Berlusconi

206. Which state does The Dallas Morning News publish?

Answer: Texas

207. Which nation among the following DOES NOT practice democracy?

Answer: North Korea

208. Which state saw the collision of two freight trains in May 2013?

Answer: Missouri

209. What is it that allows prime ministers from the 1970s to utilize Chequers freely?

Answer: a country retreat

210. In November 2015, which hacker group vowed war on ISIS?

Answer: Anonymous

211. Which of these publications is published exclusively on Sundays?

Answer: News of the World

212. Who won the French presidential election in 2012?

Answer: Francois Hollande

213. Which item was designated as a 2015 World Heritage Site by UNESCO?

Answer: champagne

214. Which nation saw a civil war break out in 2013?

Answer: Syria

215. Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in which nation in November 2013?

Answer: Philippines

216. Which well-known American newscaster passed away in July 2009?

Answer: Walter Cronkite

217. Which state in the United States saw a tornado strike in May 2013?

Answer: Oklahoma

218. Who is the Head of State of Canada?

Answer: The English Queen

219.  Which nation did Juan Peron lead as president?

Answer: Argentina

220. In 2011, which BBC program did John Barnes feature in?

Answer: Russell Howard’s Good News

221. Who was Kim Jong-il’s successor in North Korea in 2011?

Answer: his son

222. Who served as Australia’s first female prime minister?

Answer: Julia Gillard

223. Which type of publication is USA Today, which was established in 1982?

Answer: news

224. With News Corp., what ticker symbol is it?

Answer: NWS

225. Who was the employer of Vladimir Putin before to entering politics?

Answer: KGB 

226. Who started the Irish political group Sinn Fein?

Answer: Arthur Griffith

227. Which US President took office first?

Answer: Thomas Jefferson

228. What will you find on the ‘Reddit’ website?

Answer: social news

229. What is the first name of Jeb Bush’s wife?

Answer: Columba

230. What kind of website is Telegraph.co.uk?

Answer: news

231. What kind of work would require an autocue?

 Answer: Newsreader, 

232. Which nation is the headquarters of News Corp?

Answer: USA

233. Who was elected President of Syria in 2000?

Answer: Bashar Al-Assad

234. Which year did Al Jazeera begin operations?

Answer: 1996

235. In June 2015, which nation proclaimed a state of emergency?

Answer: Tunisia

236. What is the name of the primary newspaper in Baltimore?

Answer: the Sun

237. Who was Great Britain’s first prime minister?

 Answer: Robert Walpole 

238. Which company’s ticker symbol is NWS?

 Answer: News Corp. 

239. Which nation held a referendum on a new flag in November 2015?

Answer: New Zealand

240. Which of these brands isn’t associated with magazines?

 Answer: The Global Review 

241. On CNN.com, what are you most likely to do?

 Answer: Check News 

242. Who is the Head of State of Australia?

 Answer: The Queen of England

243. Which US daily has the most circulation among these choices?

Answer: USA Today

244. In the UK, which of these is a national daily newspaper?

Answer: The Independent

245. In 2000, which daily newspaper turned thirty years old?

Answer: Sun

246. Which decade did Bill Clinton become President of the United States?

Answer: the 1980s

247. In November of 2015, who became the NFL’s all-time leading passer?

 Answer:Peyton Manning 

248. Which nation counts Gerry Adams as one of its top politicians?

Answer: Northern Ireland

249.  Which country had Cuba as a colony once?

 Answer: Spain

250. Which North Korean leader passed away in 2011?

Answer: Kim Jong-il

251. Bill Clinton was how old when he became U.S. President?

Answer: 46

252. Which nation’s government was closed in October 2013?

Answer: USA

253. Which nationality does Jeb Bush’s wife belong to?

Mexican, to answer

254. What features is the website of Perez Hilton?

Answer: celebrity news

255. Who created the Embryo Chair design?

Answer: Marc Newson

256. Which color is the main focus of the News Corp. logo?

Answer: black

257. What year did News Corp start?

Answer: 2013

258. Donald Trump removed a tweet about which wife in July 2015?

Answer: Jeb Bush

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General Comedy Trivia

257.  What western town is in peril in ‘Blazing Saddles’?

Answer: Rock Ridge

258. What part did director Kevin Smith play in ‘Clerks’?

Answer: Silent Bob

259. What ‘Ghostbuster’ also directed ‘Caddyshack’?

Answer: Harold Ramis

260. What is Fletch’s favorite basketball team in ‘Fletch’?

Answer: LA Lakers

261. What store does Dante slave away at in ‘Clerks’?

Answer: Quick-Stop

262. What item do the knights use to simulate horses in ‘Monty Python and the Holy Grail’?

Answer: Coconut Halves

263. What song does Lili von Shtupp sing for the boys in the saloon in ‘Blazing Saddles’?

Answer: I’m Tired

264. What is the $350,000 buried under in ‘It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World’?

Answer: A Giant W

265. What is Shaun’s weapon of choice against the zombies in ‘Shaun of the Dead’?

Answer: A Cricket Bat

266. Who played the evil Darth Helmet in Mel Brooks’ ‘Spaceballs’?

Answer: Rick Moranis

267. Who becomes Satan’s boyfriend in ‘South Park: Bigger, Longer And Uncut’?

Answer: Saddam Hussein

268. Who won an Academy Award for their performance in ‘City Slickers’?

Answer: Jack Palance

269. What is the combination to the airlock on Planet Druidia in ‘Spaceballs’?

Answer: 12345

270. What piece of office equipment do Peter and company beat with a baseball bat in ‘Office Space’?

Answer: Fax Machine

271. Who is ‘only pawn, in the game of life’ in ‘Blazing Saddles’?

Answer: Mongo

272. Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry starred together in Jeeves and Wooster, what was the name of their other main sketch series?

Answer: A Bit of Fry and Laurie

273. What sort of films did Will Hay appear in back in the ’30s and ’40s?

Answer: Comedy

274. Who played the male lead in the 1994 film, Muriel’s Wedding?

Answer: Toni Collette

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Christmas Characters & Carols Trivia

275. What is the name of the reindeer with a red nose?

Answer: Rudolph

276. What is the name of the ghost of Christmas Yet to Come in “A Christmas Carol”?

Answer: The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

277. What is the name of the saint who brings children living in Venice and Mantova their presents at Epiphany?

Answer: Lucia

278. What instrument is usually played by people dressed as shepherds in the period just before Christmas?

Answer: Bagpipes

279. In what year did the song “Frosty the Snowman” by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins first appear?

Answer: 1950

280. In the movie “A Christmas Carol,” what is the name of the character who is visited by the three ghosts?

Answer: Ebenezer Scrooge

281. In the movie “Home Alone,” what is the name of the character who is accidentally left behind when his family goes on vacation?

Answer: Kevin McCallister

282. Complete the song: “You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not ______, I’m telling you why: Santa Claus is coming to town.”

Answer: Pout

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DJs & Personalities Trivia

283. Which DJ’s dad is the owner of Benihana?

Answer: Rocky Aoki

284. Who is the only DJ that has played at the Olympic games?

Answer: Tiësto

285. What is Skrillex’s real name?

Answer: Sonny John Moore

286. Who was the first DJ that used slip-cueing?

Answer: Francis Grasso

287. Who is the best female DJ in the world?

Answer: Charlotte De Witte

288. Who became the world’s youngest club DJ at the age of 4 years and 130 days?

Answer: Archie Norbury

289. U.S. disc jockey _______ was the first mainstream radio presenter to play rock ’n’ roll on his shows in the early Fifties.

Answer: Alan Freed

290.  _________ worked as a disc jockey in 1957 to raise money for the March of Dimes.

Answer: Eleanor Roosevelt

291. The ‘I-Man’ currently ranks with Stern and Limbaugh with approximately 15 million listeners daily across the nation.

Answer: Don Imus

292.  _________ became Britain’s first disc jockey when he presented Record Round-up on the BBC in 1927.

Answer: Christopher Stone

293. Robert Weston Smith epitomized the 1950s disc jockey, particularly with a cameo appearance in the film ‘American Graffiti’. Who is he?

Answer: Wolfman Jack

294. Beaumont, TX disc jockey J. P. Richardson wrote ‘Running Bear’ for his friend Johnny Preston and performed his own song, ‘Chantilly Lace’ into the music charts.

Answer: The Big Bopper

295. In what year did English DJ, Jimmy Savile, host the first live DJ dance party in history?

Answer: 1943

Pixar Voice Actors Trivia

296.  Which actor provides the voice for Woody in the “Toy Story” films?

Answer: Tom Hanks

297.  Who voices the character of Mike Wazowski in the “Monsters, Inc.” films?

Answer: Billy Crystal

298.  Which actress lends her voice to Dory in the “Finding Nemo” and “Finding Dory” films?

Answer: Ellen DeGeneres

299.  Who voices Lightning McQueen in the “Cars” films?

Answer: Owen Wilson

300.  Which actor provides the voice for Mr. Incredible in “The Incredibles” films?

Answer: Craig T. Nelson


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