<link rel="stylesheet" href="/html4/css/skel.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="/html4/css/style.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="/html4/css/style-desktop.css" />

Random Trivia Questions Answers

Browse through team questions to find fun and cool random trivia questions answers.


Are you looking for the best Random Trivia Questions Answers ? Here is top Random Trivia Questions Answers .

  • What movie star role was played by over 48 different animals? Babe the Pig
  • What planet is named after the Greek god who personified the sky? Uranus.
  • In which country is Timbuktu? Options: Peru, Tunisia, or Mali? Answer: Mali
  • What was the first country to recognize Mexico’s independence, in 1836? The U
  • Name three Israelite kings. Saul, David, Solomon
  • The 5
  • In which decade did compulsory driving testing begin? 1930s (1935)
  • Scroll down for more trivia quiz questions for children and teenagers.
  • Which is the oldest University in the USA? Harvard (founded 1636, in Cambridge Massachusetts)
  • Which country was home to the Moa bird which became extinct about 500 years ago? New Zealand
  • How many times was the Men's Tennis Singles at Wimbledon won by Bjorn Borg? Five.
  • Tracey and Hepburn’s first film in 1942 was titled what? Woman of the Year
  • Santa Clause drives a sleigh in the USA, but what in Syria? He rides a wise mans camel
  • In 1995, what was Pierce Brosnan’s first James Bond movie? Goldeneye
  • Which screenwriter has received the most Oscar nominations? Woody Allen
  • How many days are there in June? 30
  • Which is the hottest planet in the solar system? Venus, surface temperature 460oC
  • Whose big hit was I love You Because? Jim Reeves
  • Who wrote How the Grinch Stole Christmas? Dr Seuss
  • What is someone who shoes horses called? A farrier.
  • Who provided the voiceover for Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy? James Earl Jones
  • What is the capital of Iran? (Tehran)
  • Which Christmas carol includes the lyrics '...To save us all from Satan's power, when we were gone astray..'? God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  • John Mayall’s band which helped launch Eric Clapton’s career was called what? Bluesbreakers
  • Which German city endured the worst bombing of World War Two in February 1945? Dresden
  • Which American outlaw was the most famous member of the James-Younger Gang? Jesse James
  • What actor did author Anne Rice first denounce, then praise in the role of her beloved Lestat? Tom Cruise.
  • What does Fred Flintstone wear around his neck? A tie
  • Which state is called the Golden state? California.
  • How much bigger is the sun than the earth? A: The Earth is about 13 thousand kilometers (8000 miles) wide, whereas the Sun is roughly 1
  • What is the capital of England? London
  • Which of these is not like the others … ? Box
  • Which country is home to the kangaroo? Australia
  • What rock'n'roll singer is memorialized by a eight-foot bronze statue in Lubbock, Texas - Buddy Holly.
  • In Kiplings Jungle Book, what kind of creature was Kaa? Snake
  • Who led a band of abolitionists that seized the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, in October 1859? John Brown
  • What was the first country to recognize Mexico's independence, in 1836? The U S
  • Who said to whom: „A person sees what is in front of his eyes but God sees the heart”? God to Samuel
  • Who was UK Labour cabinet minister and social reformer Frank Pakenham better known as? Lord Longford (7th Earl of Longford)
  • What was Rudolph's punishment for his red nose? Could not play in reindeer games
  • What does the nutcracker become after killing the Mouse King? A handsome prince
  • Is Horeb the name of a town or a mountain? A mountain
  • In 1986 the prime minister of which European country was assassinated on his way home from the cinema with his wife? Sweden (Olof Palme)
  • Who were the parents of Cain and Abel? Adam and Eve
  • What musical instrument's sales escalated from 228,000 in 1950 to 2.3 million in 1971 - The guitar's.
  • Which of Henry VIII's wives gave birth to Elizabeth I? Anne Boleyn
  • Which English scholar, well known for his translation of the Bible into English, was executed in Antwerp in 1536? William Tyndale
  • What nationality was Karl Marx? German
  • What song contains the line Some­body waits for you, kiss her once for me? A Holly Jolly Christmas
  • How many books are there in the New Testament? 27
  • Which actress played the part of the girl on the motorcycle in a film of same name? Marianne Faithful
  • In 1979 which English art historian was exposed as a one-time Soviet spy and stripped of his knighthood? Anthony Blunt
  • Which athlete has won the maximum number of gold medals at a single Olympics, and how many?
  • Who was king before Queen Victoria? William IV
  • How old is the earth? -The earth is about 4
  • What was Blur's first number one single in the UK? Country House.
  • John Callcott Horsley designed what first commercial Christmas item in 1843? Christmas card
  • Can you lick your elbow? No. Now be honest, did you try?
  • What song, released to promote the film The Millionairess, featured its stars Peter Sellers and Sophia Loren? Goodness Gracious Me
  • What is written in 1. Timothy 2,4? God wants all people to be saved and come to recognise the truth.
  • What are you shopping for if you are sized up by a Brannock Device? Shoes.
  • What was Smokey Robinson’s most famous band called? The Miracles
  • The Walker Cup is competed for in which sport? Golf
  • Who was the first female monster to appear in a movie? Bride of Frankenstein
  • What name is given to the notorious tidal current in the Lofoten islands off northern Norway? Maelstrom
  • True or false? Cats spend an average of 13 to 14 hours a day sleeping True
  • San Antonio international airport is in which state? Texas
  • How many years of famine did Joseph prophesise to the Pharaohs? seven
  • Is a dolphin a mammal? Yes
  • What WWII First Lady wrote a Christmas story about a girl named Marta? Elinor Roosevelt
  • What is Charlie Brown's complaint about Christmas? It is too commercialized
  • Who is officially credited as the author of Auld Lang Syne? Robert Burns
  • Andrew Carnegie made his fortune in which industry? Steel
  • What is the oldest film ever made, and when was it made? Roundhay Garden Scene made in 1888.
  • In 1816 which US state was admitted to the Union as the 20th state? Mississippi
  • What does the Italian musical term adagio mean - Slow.
  • Lulu sang the theme song to which 1967 film about an inner-city school, starring Sidney Poitier? To Sir, With Love
  • What is the world's longest river? Amazon.
  • What is the studyof Fossils? Palaeontology
  • Which fingernail grows the fastest? Your middle finger has the fastest growing fingernail.
  • What's the most southerly city; Toronto, Seattle, Budapest or Bordeaux? Toronto
  • Martina Navratilova has been on the winning side in the Federation Cup for which two countries? Czechoslovakia & USA.
  • Who was the last British Viceroy of India? Lord Louis Mountbatten
  • What was the maiden name of the Queen mother? Bowes-Lyon
  • In which European city did composer Richard Wagner die in 1883? Venice
  • Who is known as the Father of the Modern Olympics? Pierre de Coubertin
  • Which country’s flag is the only one that features the map of the country on it? Cyprus
  • What was the name of Daddy Warbucks's Giant bodyguard who wore a turban in the Little Orphan Annie comic strip? Punjab.
  • What Mayberry resident once hijacked a bull when he'd had too much to drink? Otis Campbell.
  • What is the only continent on earth where Giraffes live in the wild? Africa
  • In The Night Before Christmas, where were the stock­ings hung? By the chimney
  • In which decade did people last get the chance to see Halley’s Comet? 1980s
  • What Shania Twain recording became the best-selling country music album ever by a female artist, in 1996 - The Woman in Me.
  • Who's "Monk" to jazz buffs - Thelonious MOnk.
  • Which is the only American state to begin with the letter 'p'? Pennsylvania.
  • On what everyday object would you find the inscription ‘Decus Et Tutamen’? One Pound Coin
  • What was the first 30 minute animated Disney show called? Duck Tales
  • What is the name of the Library of the University of Oxford? Bodleian
  • Omdurman, as in the Battle of Omdurman, is today a suburb of which African city? Khartoum
  • Stewart Copeland was the drummer with which band? The Police
  • Who was the legendary Benedictine monk who invented champagne? Dom Perignon.
  • What was the first country to recognize Mexico's independence, in 1836? The U S
  • What is the name of the fairy in Peter Pan? Tinkerbell
  • What type of machine did 19-year-old French genius Blaise Pascal invent to help his dad do taxes in 1642? An adding machine.
  • What is the name of the main British military base in Afghanistan? Camp Bastion
  • What three words preceded "Land that I love" in a 1938 Irving Berlin tune? "God Bless America".
  • What famous ‘two-fingered’ jazz guitarist died in 1953? Django Reinhardt (Jean-Baptiste Reinhardt)
  • What classic film was called production 9401 during filming? Psycho
  • What famour star appeared in Paula Abdul's "Rush, Rush" video? Keanu Reeves
  • What gift did Caspar bring? Myrrh
  • Which horror film series features a murderous doll possessed by a serial killer, who goes on a murderous rampage? Child's Play with Chucky as the doll
  • What name is given to the official record of proceedings in Parliament? Hansard
  • What is the scientific name of a Sydney Blue Gum? Eucalyptus saligna
  • Apart from water, what runs through the mouth of the River Amazon and Lake Victoria? The Equator
  • Which anniversary does Dr Who celebrate this year? 30th, 40th or 50th? Dr Who celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
  • What three characters sing The Chipmunk Song? Alvin, Theodore, and Simon
  • Where was Jesus taken prisoner? Gethsemane
  • In 1816 which US state was admitted to the Union as the 20th state? Mississippi
  • What did the traffic cop holler to Frosty? Stop
  • In which state did both Kennedy and Johnson die? Texas
  • Tony Curtis was in which of the armed services in WWII? Navy.
  • Who was the ruler of the USSR from 1917-22? Vladimir Lenin
  • Before they were known as Sugar Ray, what had the band originally been called? The Shrinky Dinks - named after an old popular toy.
  • Which is lightest element? Hydrogen
  • In which state did both Kennedy and Johnson die? Texas.
  • In the song The Twelve Days of Christmas, '...my true love brought to me nine...' what? Ladies dancing
  • What notable geographical feature is shared by Oxford, Reading, Windsor and London? The River Thames, the longest in England (N.B. the River Severn is slightly longer but given that much of the Severn is in Wales it is generally regarded as the longest in Britain, rather than England - ack T Smith for raising this point)
  • In horse racing, which triple Crown race is held on Long Island? Belmont.
  • What is Xylem? The hollow woody tissue in plants that carries water and minerals from the roots to throughout the entire plant
  • In 1988 there was a shortage of what type of fish? Swordfish
  • In Nevada, it is illegal to drive what on the highway? A camel
  • The iron and steel industry were developed in which city by Andrew Carnegie? Pittsburgh.
  • What city's opera house does " The Phantom of the Opera" prowl - Paris.
  • Which island in Venice is especially noted for glass-blowing ? Murano
  • What was the largest naval battle of the First World War? Jutland
  • Where does sound travel faster; water or air? Water
  • What is the Law of Conservation of Energy? The energy of the Universe is constant; it can neither be created or destroyed but only transferred and transformed
  • What tax was introduced in England and Wales in 1696 and repealed in 1851? Window tax
  • Name the second wife of Henry VIII? Anne Boleyn
  • What male body part did Mademoiselle magazine find to be the favorite of most women? Eyes.
  • In Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty, what is the name of the Queen witch? Maleficent
  • Which 2 New Kids On The Block Were Brothers? Jordan and Johnathan Knight
  • What actor won an Oscar posthumously for Network? Peter Finch
  • 1Who sang the title song of the film The Girl Can’t Help It? Little Richard
  • Where do apricots originate from? Apricots originate in China. Alexander the Great imported them to Europe over 2,000 years ago.
  • What kind of weapon is a falchion? A sword.
  • Is the stratosphere above or below the troposphere? Extending 50km above the troposphere
  • In which French city was Joan of Arc put to death? Rouen
  • What was Norman Bates hobby in Psycho? Stuffing birds
  • Robert Curthose was the son of which king? William the Conqueror
  • Which chemical causes the burning taste sensation when eating chilies? Capcaicin
  • Who renamed the South Sea as the Pacific Ocean in 1520? Ferdinand Magellan (1480-1521, Portuguese explorer. Of the 270 men and five ships who sailed with Magellan on his three year exploration of the Pacific from 1519-22 fewer than 20 returned on a single surviving ship. Magellan was killed in the Philippines. And we think we have it tough in today's times..)
  • The founding brother members of the Kinks were Ray and Dave what? Davies
  • What is the capital city of Spain? Madrid.
  • In which film did two high school students travel through time in a telephone box? Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure
  • In football, who was nicknamed 'The Divine Ponytail'? Roberto Baggio.
  • What percentage of our body weight is water? 40%, 60% or 80%? Approximately 60% of our body weight is water.
  • How many wives did Henry VIII have? 6
  • Tampere is the second largest city in which country? Finland
  • Which actor once had a job as a coffin polisher? Sean Connery
  • Which Italian classical tenor became blind at the age of 12 following a football accident? Andrea Bocelli
  • 1Kirk Douglas was in which of the armed services in WWII? Navy
  • Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean is a territory of which country? Australia
  • The is no known language that does not have a word for what type of creature? Butterfly
  • What star other than the sun is closest to the earth? – It is Proxima Centauri, the nearest member of the Alpha Centauri triple star system
  • In Woodstock NY it's illegal to walk what dangerous animal without a leash? A Bear
  • What famous Hollywood star once said “men are creatures with two legs and 8 hands”? Jayne Mansfield
  • Which British comedian had the massive-selling 1965 hit Tears? Ken Dodd
  • The cause of what color fever was discovered in 1900? Yellow.
  • What Sinatra signature tune became Elvis Presley's best-selling posthumous hit? My Way.
  • Whose childhood hit was Fingertips? Stevie Wonder
  • Which singer’s Eurovision Song Contest entry was Knock Knock (Who’s There? )? Mary Hopkin
  • Which singing-songwriting founder of the Flying Burrito Brothers died age 26, after which his body was ‘stolen’ by a friend and burnt in the Joshua Tree National Park? Gram Parsons
  • How old is our Sun? 5 billion years… we think…
  • Which band had their first #1 hit in 1998 with "I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing" Aerosmith
  • What carol contains the word Fa-la-la-Ia-Ia-Ia-la-la-la? Deck the Halls
  • Who invented the telephone? Alexander Graham Bell
  • Which token vegetable is often included in the ingredients of a Christmas pudding? Carrot (vegetables were in earlier times used in making Christmas puddings)
  • Sean John Combs is better known by what stage name? Puff Daddy (also accept Diddy, and P
  • What person in the Old Testament was turned into a pillar of salt? Lot's wife—Genesis 19:15-26
  • What type of vessel was powered by a hand-cranked propeller when first used in combat in 1176? A submarine.
  • Who wrote The Night Before Christmas? Clement C. Moore
  • Which killer was also known as ‘The Whitechapel Murderer’? Jack the Ripper
  • What substance nets recyclers the most money? Aluminum.
  • Which is the only metal that is liquid at room temperature? Mercury (melting point of -38
  • Which initials did rapper Hammer lose? M C
  • Who said God Bless Us, Every One!? Tiny Tim
  • Who presented the quiz show 15-1? William G
  • Which country was first to operate an old age pension scheme? Germany (1891)
  • The Carbohydrate group of foods is composed of which three elements? Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen
  • Which shoe company did Michael Jordan famously promote? Nike
  • In which American state was Madonna born? Michigan
  • Who told the first lie mentioned in the Bible? The serpent—Genesis 3:40
  • What worldwide ban was introduced in 1990 to try and save the elephant population? Ivory trading.
  • Charlie Chaplin insured which part of his body? Feet
  • Peter Potter in the USA and David Jacobs in the UK presented which pop music TV show? Juke Box Jury
  • Which actress has won the most Oscars? Katharine Hepburn, with 4 Oscars and 12 nominations.
  • Which member of the Hollies went on to join the hugely successful American band commonly known by their initials CSNY? Graham Nash
  • What trumpeter became the oldest person ever to score a chart-topping single, in 1964 - Louis Armstrong.
  • Who was the director of Four Weddings and a Funeral? Mike Newell
  • Which of Henry VIII’s wives gave birth to Elizabeth I? Anne Boleyn
  • What was the nickname of President Duvalier of Haiti, who died in 1971? Papa Doc
  • What’s the better known name given to the Great Rising of 1381? The Peasants’ Revolt
  • What color is the Grinch? Green
  • Which singer appeared in the feature film, Battleship? Rihanna
  • What song, popular in the First World War, was written by George and Felix Powell? Pack up your Troubles in your Old Kit Bag
  • Tommy Lee Jones made his movie debut in what movie? Love Story – As Hank
  • John Bonham who died aged just 32 was the former drummer of which rock band? Led Zeppelin
  • What’s the Symbol to iron? – Fe
  • After Jesus was born an angel appeared to Joseph telling him to gather his family and flee the country
  • True or false- most of the dust in your home is made of human skin? True - up to 70%!
  • Name the director of the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Peter Jackson.
  • Who had a huge 70s No 1 with Shadow Dancing? Andy Gibb
  • What is the name of Peppa Pig’s brother? George
  • Who yelled Stop to Frosty? The traffic cop
  • By what name is Lancelot Brown more usually known? Capability Brown.
  • Which countries share the longest border in the world? The border between the United States of America and Canada is the longest. It is over 8,800 km/5,500 miles long (including Alaska) and 8 Canadian provinces and territories and 13 US states are located along this border.
  • What holiday film annually appears on television more than 300 times? It's a Wonderful Life
  • Who discovered rubber? Charles Macintosh
  • What is the largest living structure on Earth? The Great Barrier Reef, Australia
  • Which comic strip animal devised by Otto Mesmer first appeared in 1931? Felix the Cat
  • Which killer was also known as ‘The Whitechapel Murderer’? Jack the Ripper
  • What disease killed thousands of people in Glasgow in 1832? Cholera
  • What sport sparked a war between El Salvador and Honduras, after an unpopular referee's call in 1969? Soccer
  • What is a Maine Coon, once thought to be extinct? A 20 lb cat
  • Who became president after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln? Andrew Johnson
  • Name the only heavyweight boxing champion to finish his career of 49 fights without ever having been defeated? Rocky Marciano.
  • In which two countries is the third-highest mountain in the world? India and Nepal - Kanchenjunga
  • What were the Viet Minh called when they crossed into South Vietnam? The Viet Cong
  • How much salt does the average human body contain? Around 250 grams
  • On what street did a Santa Claus miracle occur? 34th
  • What is the distance around a circle called? Circumference
  • Name the country where you would find the Cresta Run. Switzerland.
  • Who was nicknamed ‘The Big O’? Roy Orbison
  • Which is the oldest University in the USA? Harvard (founded 1636, in Cambridge Massachusetts)
  • Who were the famous backing singers on most of Elvis Presley’s early hits? The Jordanaires
  • What was the 1962 space-age instrumental hit by the Tornados? Telstar
  • He is killed by a woman (Eowyn), with help from a Hobbit (Merry)
  • Who was the first country artist to sell over 10 million copies of an album - Garth Brooks.
  • What in the House of Commons is an EDM? Early Day Motion
  • The 1980 Winter Olympic held at which Lake? Placid.
  • Who won (barefoot) the British Eurovision Song Contest in 1967 with Puppet on String? Sandie Shaw
  • Who commanded the British Expeditionary Force in World War One? Field Marshal Douglas Haig
  • What jazz musician got his nickname by shortening "Satchel Mouth" - Louis Armstrong.
  • Who kept time with the Little Drummer Boy? The ox and the lamb
  • What is the name of Harry Potter’s pet owl? Hedwig
  • Which plant has the scientific name Galanthus? Snowdrops
  • Who saw his crew dine on wormy biscuits and rats on his fourth voyage to the New World? Christopher Columbus
  • In terms of attributed human deaths which are more dangerous; snakes, bees, sharks or house flies? House flies. They are vectors for disease causing bacteria.
  • What is the minimum number of musicians a band must have to be considered a "big band" - Ten.
  • The Dome of the Rock is found in which city? Jerusalem
  • After returning from their exile, what was the name of the city where Joseph, Mary and Jesus lived? Nazareth—Matthew 2:23
  • What is the name of the Lion in The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe? Aslan
  • If your geographical position was 0° latitude, 0° longitude, where in the world would you be? Options: Greenwich, Ghana, The Atlantic Ocean - Answer: The Atlantic Ocean
  • In What movie did alice in chains play at a bar? alice in chains played as them selves at the movie "singles" eddie veder is a drummer but not aic's drummer, at my site u can find more trivia questions www.sapped.cjb.net its a site dedicated for alice in chains
  • The loss of Calais was during which queen’s reign? Mary I
  • Which herb is one of the main ingredients of Pesto Sauce? Basil
  • In 1297, at which battle did William Wallace defeat the English? Battle of Stirling Bridge
  • What famous role did both Cary Grant and Noel Coward reject? James Bond
  • Which elements are liquid at room temperature? Mercury & bromine
  • What actor was known as Singing Sandy early in his career? John Wayne
  • What was the nickname of President Duvalier of Haiti, who died in 1971? Papa Doc
  • What changed in 1752 which caused England to have a White Christmas less frequently thereafter? The calendar (the English adoption of the Gregorian calendar, replacing the Julian calendar, shifted Christmas day back 12 days - and all the other days too of course - 11 days were skipped in 1752 and a further day in 1800.)
  • What animal travels at 25 mph under water but finds it easier to toboggan on its belly on land? The penguin.
  • Nearly how many years did it take Sir Francis Drake to complete the first circumnavigation of the globe in 1580? 3
  • What is a single unit of quanta called? A quantum.
  • Name three women in the bible whose names begin with "R". Rebecca, Rachel, Ruth
  • What computer was introduced in 1984 Super Bowl ads? The Macintosh.
  • What was David’s occupation before he became king? He was a shepherd—1 Samuel 16:11-13
  • Which is Angelina Jolie's first and least discussed film? Cyborg 2 (1993)
  • Jesus says that He is "living bread which came down from Heaven
  • What is the name of the cake traditionally eaten in Italy at Christmas? Panettone
  • Which guitar innovator and player has a range of Gibson Guitars named after him? Les Paul
  • Albertville and Lillehammer were two 90s venues for which event? Winter Olympics.
  • Who is younger, Serena or Venus Williams? Serena.
  • Who once said ‘Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma? Winston Churchill
  • Which American singer and entertainer was nicknamed Schnozzola, because of his large nose? Jimmy Durante
  • Name the organic gardener who is almost as famous for his long blond plait as he is for his books such as Going Organic and The Gourmet Gardener and his regular appearances on the BBC radio's Gardener's Question Time. Bob Flowerdew.
  • What uncooked meat is a trichina worm most likely to make a home in? Pork.
  • Traditional in Germany at Christmas, what sort of food is stollen? Cake
  • What David Lynch movie did a few filmgoers attend expecting to see Bobby Vinton's life story? Blue Velvet.
  • In A Charlie Brown Christmas, how many cents does Lucy charge for her psychiatric services? 5 cents
  • Which biblical book tells of David and Goliath? 1. Samuel
  • What is the biggest selling Christmas single of all time? White Christmas
  • Which country was previously called Abyssinia? Ethiopia
  • What new band had originally been called Bliss? Lifehouse - they were unable to clear the name for the record.
  • What sport is the winner of the Harry Vardon trophy playing? Golf
  • What Oliver Stone movie did the Washington Post dub "Dallas in Wonderland"? JFK.
  • Which is the least populated state in the USA? Wyoming
  • Which word goes before vest, beans and quartet? String.
  • Which chess piece can only move diagonally? A bishop.
  • Where is the Leaning Tower of Pisa? – Pisa, Italy
  • In football, where do the Chargers come from? San Diego
  • Who lost $8,000 in It's a Wonderful Life! Uncle Billy
  • Which is the largest metropolitan city in the world (by population)? Tokyo in Japan is the largest city by population. More than 37 million people live in the metropolitan city.
  • Funny pictures of animals doing human activities and printed on mugs, t shirts and other products. Incredibly Funny Animals! Cat Wrestling, Thinking Elephants Fire Breathing Dragons, and crazy animal antics!
  • When was the first atomic bomb dropped? It was dropped on August 6, 1945
  • Whose 2013 world tour was called ‘The Mrs Carter Show’? Beyonce
  • Which sporting legend is known as ‘The Golden Bear’? Jack Nicklaus
  • Who starred as 'The Joker' in the 1989 film Batman? Jack Nicholson
  • What are baby goats called? Kids
  • What is the name of the boy that visits the chocolate factory owned by Willy Wonka? Charlie Bucket
  • In Charles Dickens' novel A Christmas Carol, who was Scrooge's dead business partner? Jacob Marley
  • On an Indian restaurant menu how is potato known? Aloo
  • What did the Little Drummer Boy give to the Christ Child? A song on his drum
  • According to Gene Kelly, Fred Astair was his favorite what? Dancing partner
  • How many books are in the Bible? a 56 b 60 c 66 d70 e75
  • Which country did Britain fight in the War of Jenkins’s Ear? Spain
  • Which organisation has the motto ‘Nation shall speak peace unto nation’? BBC
  • Who led the Million Man March on Washington? Louis Farrakhan
  • What was the name of Rudolph's dog-sled driving friend? Yukon Cornelius
  • The song White Christmas was first performed in which 1942 film? Holiday Inn
  • Malden Serkiovitch used what name for his acting career? Karl Malden
  • What symbol was first linked to the Democratic party in an 1870 cartoon by Thomas Nast? A donkey
  • Where do the Super Bowl winning Cowboys come form? Dallas
  • Who was the star of the film ‘The Missionary’? Michael Palin
  • Which battle of 1571 marked the end of the Ottoman naval supremacy in the Mediterranean? The Battle of Lepanto
  • Which soul band’s hits included ‘Emma’, ‘So You Win Again’ and ‘Brother Louie’? Hot Chocolate
  • What was the name of Joseph’s baby brother? Benjamin
  • On which date is Epiphany celebrated in the traditional Western calendar? 6th January
  • In the 1994 movie, The Lion King, who narrated the voice of Mufasa, Simba's father? James Earl Jones.
  • Where would you find the Sea of Tranquility? The Moon.
  • What plant's meltdown was dubbed "Russian Roulette" by nuclear power wags? Chernobyl's.
  • ‘Stars and Stripes’ is the nickame of the flag of which country? United States of America
  • Which city is the only city in the world situated on two continents? Istanbul in Turkey is the city which sits on the Asian and European continent as the city spreads over two sides of a river canal, the Bosporus, which is separates the city in an Asian part and an European part.
  • What were the two most popular rock operas of 1969 - Hair and Tommy.
  • What men's grooming appliance became a sled for Santa in commercials of the sixties? Norelco Electric Shaver
  • Mozzarella Cheese is made from the milk of which animal? Buffalo
  • Which beans did Mexicans once use as payment for goods and services? Mexicans used cocoa beans not only as food, but also used them as payment.
  • What is the name of the first bird? Archaeopteryx
  • Which order of monks are known as Blackfriars? Dominicans
  • What is Taylor Hanson's full name? Jordan Taylor Hanson
  • What is trepanning? An ancient form of medicine which involved making holes in human skull to relieve pressure; don’t try at home!
  • In which year did the UK hand over Hong Kong sovereignty to China? 1997 (June 30th)
  • Who rose to fame in 2008 with the release of the single I Kissed a Girl? Katy Perry
  • What are tiny, inexpensive gifts usually called? Stocking Suffers
  • Who composed the Minute Waltz? Frederic Chopin
  • How many gifts are given in total in the song The Twelve Days of Christmas? 364
  • God told this 100 year old man that he was going to father a child
  • What 19th-century president erroneously noted: "The ballot is stronger than the bullet"? Abraham Lincoln
  • In which century was The Black Death? Fourteenth
  • What is the name of the elephant headed god
  • Who was president of the U S when Uncle Sam first got a beard? Abraham Lincoln
  • In the Peanuts cartoon strip what was the surname of Lucy and Linus? Van Pelt
  • Who was the famous rock guitarist in the group Love Sculpture, notably featuring on their breakneck hit version of Khachaturian’s classical piece Sabre Dance? Dave Edmunds
  • In How the Grinch StoleChristmas, what biological shortcoming made the Grinch so mean? His heart was two sizes too small
  • Who did Boaz marry? Ruth
  • In 1908, A’Ecu d’Or became the world’s first what? Pornographic movie
  • What movie star danced Mary Jane's Last Dance with Tom Petty? Kim Basinger
  • How many sides does a triangle have? 3
  • What was the first Arnold Schwarzenegger movie to win four Academy Awards? Terminator 2.
  • Which river did George Washington cross on Christmas night in 1776 in the American Revolutionary War? Delaware
  • There is one in Las Vegas for every how many inhabitants
  • Name three prisoners mentioned in the bible. Joseph, Samson, Paul
  • Name the actor who starred in 142 films including The Quiet Man, The Shootist, The Searchers and Stagecoach. John Wayne.
  • Which river flows through London? The Thames
  • In the original film, who steals the Pink Panther? The Phantom
  • What was Brenda Lee doing around the Christmas Tree? Rocking'

Random Trivia Questions Answers Page 1 - Page 2 - Page 3 - Page 4