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What two Frank Sinatra hits were tops for U.S. karaoke singers in 1993 - New York, New York and My Way.
Which king met with the rebels of the Peasant’s Revolt at Smithfield in 1381? Richard II
Who said to whom: „A person sees what is in front of his eyes but God sees the heart”? God to Samuel
What is the hardest substance in the human body? Tooth enamel.
The method school of acting was developed by who? Konstanstin Stanislavsky
What is the name of the device is added to a car's exhaust system to reduce pollution? Catalytic converter.
Which is the only Australian mammal restricted to alpine environments? The Mountain Pygmy Possum
Which member of what rap band burned her football player boyfriend's house down? Lisa "Lefteye" Lopez of TLC
Who Designs "Sean John" clothing Sean "P. Diddy" Combs
San Antonio international airport is in which state? Texas
Where do we first hear about a shepherd? Abel, 1. Moses 4,2
Which English scholar, well known or his translation of the Bible into English, was executed in Antwerp in 1536? William Tyndale
Which male singer from Salford is nicknamed The Voice? Russell Watson
What were Silverchair originally called? The Innocent Criminals.
What causes an Aurora? Charged particles from solar wind
John Callcott Horsley designed what first commercial Christmas item in 1843? Christmas card
Who was the first female monster to appear in a movie? Bride of Frankenstein
John Mayall’s band which helped launch Eric Clapton’s career was called what? Bluesbreakers
Which Jewish festival is known as the Festival of Lights? Hanakkah
What was Rudolph's punishment for his red nose? Could not play in reindeer games
Martina Navratilova has been on the winning side in the Federation Cup for which two countries? Czechoslovakia & USA.
Who is known as the Father of the Modern Olympics? Pierre de Coubertin
What movie star role was played by over 48 different animals? Babe the Pig
What is the name of the Library of the University of Oxford? Bodleian
What rock star was trying to bite the head off a bat in concert when the bat decided to bite back - Ozzy Osbourne.
How many UK households still watch black & white TVs? 130, 1300 or 13,000? UK households still have around 13,000 black and white TVs.
What was Smokey Robinson’s most famous band called? The Miracles
What is the studyof Fossils? Palaeontology
What color is the M in McDonald’s? Yellow
What are you shopping for if you are sized up by a Brannock Device? Shoes.
The words Myrrh is mine, its bitter perfume breathes of life, of gathering gloom... come from which Christmas carol? We Three Kings of Orient Are (composed by Rev John Henry Hopkins, 1857)
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
In Italian translation who is Mr
In the film ‘The Silence of the Lambs’, which actor played the part of Hannibal Lector? Anthony Hopkins
The first movie ever given the title “Blockbuster” was which movie? Jaws
Who was the oldest living man, and how old was he when he died? Methuselah, 969 years old—Genesis 5:27
God changed Jacob's name to what? Israel—Genesis 32:38
Who did Adolf Hitler dictate Mein Kampf to while in prison? Rudolf Hess
Tracey and Hepburn’s first film in 1942 was titled what? Woman of the Year
Who singer-guitarist’s backing band was The Bruvvers? Joe Brown
In Kiplings Jungle Book, what kind of creature was Kaa? Snake
What is the postal abbreviation for Idaho? ID
Which Roman god is equivalent to the greek god Hermes? Mercury
Magician David Kotkin managed to change his name to what? David Copperfield
Who provided the voiceover for Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy? James Earl Jones
What and when is the biggest national celebration every year in Australia? Australia Day, January 26th (based on the 1788 proclamation of British sovereignty at Sydney Cove over the eastern seaboard of Australia)
In which decade was Madonna born? 50s.
What is the name of the fairy in Peter Pan? Tinkerbell
What type of items related to horses are the snaffle, Pelham, and Weymouth types? Horse bits
In 1986 the prime minister of which European country was assassinated on his way home from the cinema with his wife? Sweden (Olof Palme)
What martial artist warbles the theme song for Walker, Texas Ranger? Chuck Norris.
The Copacabana nightclub was in which city? New York
Who tells you she's in town by tap, tap, tappin' at your windowpane? Suzy Snowflake
What gift did Caspar bring? Myrrh
Where did Jesus grow up? Nazareth
What nationality was Karl Marx? German
What planet is named after the Greek god who personified the sky? Uranus.
In which century was The Black Death? Fourteenth
True or false? Cougar’s are herbivores False - They are carnivores
Which is the hottest planet in the solar system? Venus, surface temperature 460oC
What was the maiden name of the Queen mother? Bowes-Lyon
Who is the patron saint of doctors? St
What was discovered in 1799 by Pierre-François Bouchard, a Napoleonic soldier? The Rosetta Stone
What type of machine did 19-year-old French genius Blaise Pascal invent to help his dad do taxes in 1642? An adding machine.
Which country’s flag is the only one that features the map of the country on it? Cyprus
What Female Pop Singer Came Out With A Book Called "SEX"? Madonna
What is the name of an adult female horse? A mare
What was the name of Daddy Warbucks's Giant bodyguard who wore a turban in the Little Orphan Annie comic strip? Punjab.
Which member of what rap band burned her football player boyfriend's house down? Lisa (Lefteye) Lopes of TLC
What is the scientific name of a Sydney Blue Gum? Eucalyptus saligna
What famous ‘two-fingered’ jazz guitarist died in 1953? Django Reinhardt (Jean-Baptiste Reinhardt)
In 1995, what was Pierce Brosnan’s first James Bond movie? Goldeneye
Which country has the longest coastline? Canada, due to the number of northern islands
Which actor is the dad of Jamie Lee Curtis? Tony Curtis
There are over 32,000 known species of what type of animal? Spiders
Who was UK Labour cabinet minister and social reformer Frank Pakenham better known as? Lord Longford (7th Earl of Longford)
In the first two Jaws film, what was the police chiefs name? Martin Brody
Where do most of the world's population live? More than 60% of the population on this planet live in Asia. More than 4.3 billion people live on the Asian continent.
Who was king before Queen Victoria? William IV
What kind of bird is often seen dashing along the roads and highways of the southern USA and Mexico... hence its name? Roadrunner.
What is the oldest film ever made, and when was it made? Roundhay Garden Scene made in 1888.
What drupaceous fruit were Hawaiian women once forbidden by law to eat? The coconut.
In Frosty the Snowman, who brought Frosty back to life? Santa Glaus
Which actress played the part of the girl on the motorcycle in a film of same name? Marianne Faithful
What is the commonest medical condition? Caries (Tooth Decay)
Whose big hit was I love You Because? Jim Reeves
What three words preceded "Land that I love" in a 1938 Irving Berlin tune? "God Bless America".
What is the world's third largest sea? Mediterranean
Which anniversary does Dr Who celebrate this year? 30th, 40th or 50th? Dr Who celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
Who led a band of abolitionists that seized the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, in October 1859? John Brown
Who played Neo in The Matrix? Keanu Reeves.
Who lived in Ur and moved to a country he did not know? Abraham
What was the first country to recognize Mexico's independence, in 1836? The U S
Who's waxed more gold and platinum albums than any other solo female artist - Barbara Streisand.
Does the sun rotate? – The movements of the sunspots indicate that the Sun rotates once every 27 days at the equator, but only once in 31 days at the poles
Which of these is not like the others … ? Box
In which European city was Swedish pop group ABBA formed in 1972? Stockholm
How many years of famine did Joseph prophesise to the Pharaohs? seven
who wanted you to "Hold my hand? " Hootie and the Blowfish
Which musical instrument did Pablo Casals play? Cello
Which is the oldest University in the USA? Harvard (founded 1636, in Cambridge Massachusetts)
In which year did the Titanic sink? In the year 1912
Which has the highest mountain: Earth or Mars? Mars
A young Mackerel is called a what? blinker
Paraguay has borders with Argentina, Brazil and which other country? Bolivia
What name is given in Geometry to a triangle with three different sides? Scalene
Lulu sang the theme song to which 1967 film about an inner-city school, starring Sidney Poitier? To Sir, With Love
What is the longest type of cell in the body? The nerve cell (neuron)
Who wrote How the Grinch Stole Christmas? Dr Seuss
In which country is Timbuktu? Options: Peru, Tunisia, or Mali? Answer: Mali
The word coyote comes from which language? Aztec
Apart from water, what runs through the mouth of the River Amazon and Lake Victoria? The Equator
Which German city endured the worst bombing of World War Two in February 1945? Dresden
What tax was introduced in England and Wales in 1696 and repealed in 1851? Window tax
What do itchy people call the "rhus radicans" they were sorry they came into contact with? Poison Ivy.
Which 1996 part-animated film featured basketball player Michael Jordan starring alongside Bugs Bunny? Space Jam
Where did Santa land his sleigh in The Night Before Christmas? Up on the rooftop
Who was the legendary Benedictine monk who invented champagne? Dom Perignon.
What actor did author Anne Rice first denounce, then praise in the role of her beloved Lestat? Tom Cruise.
In which decade did compulsory driving testing begin? 1930s (1935)
Which shoe company did Michael Jordan famously promote? Nike.
What Emmy Award winning cartoon was based on a newspaper editorial? Yes, Virginia There is a Santa Claus
In which war was The Battle of Agincourt? Hundred Years War
What was Ruth’s husband called? Boas
What type of canned pie filling is a big seller at Christmastime? Pumpkin
Which American outlaw was the most famous member of the James-Younger Gang? Jesse James
What is the nickname for the bell of the clock at the Palace of Westminster in London? Big Ben
After red and green, what are the two most popular Christmas colors? Silver and gold
What is the world's longest river? Amazon.
How many times was the Men's Tennis Singles at Wimbledon won by Bjorn Borg? Five.
In 1979 which English art historian was exposed as a one-time Soviet spy and stripped of his knighthood? Anthony Blunt
In the Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, the main servant of Sauron, the Witch-King of Angmar is so fearsome, no mortal man can kill him. How does he die in the Battle of the Pelennor Fields?
The Walker Cup is competed for in which sport? Golf.
Which Christmas carol includes the lyrics '...To save us all from Satan's power, when we were gone astray..'? God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
What position was Eileen Collins the first female to hold on a space shuttle mission? Captain
who sang "Renegades Of Funk" RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE
Rugby’s man mountain Jonah Lomu plays for which country? New Zealand
Name the five characters in Enid Blyton’s ‘Famous Five’
What carol demands foggy pudding? We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Who does (the animated character) Princess Fiona marry? Shrek
In which decade did people last get the chance to see Halley’s Comet? 1980s
Santa Clause drives a sleigh in the USA, but what in Syria? He rides a wise mans camel
What name is given to the official record of proceedings in Parliament? Hansard
On what everyday object would you find the inscription ‘Decus Et Tutamen’? One Pound Coin
If you mix all light colours, do you get black, white or a rainbow? White
What does the Italian musical term adagio mean - Slow.
Which group's debut album (named after a London suburb) had a Pet Shop Boys song cover? East 17, the song was West End Girls, the year was 1993 (The BEST!), the album was Walthamstow.
Gerald Thomas directed what series of films? Carry on Films
Can you lick your elbow? No. Now be honest, did you try?
In The Night Before Christmas, where were the stockings hung? By the chimney
What is Dexter Holland's real name? Bryan Keith Holland. He was nick named Dexter because he's so smart.
Stewart Copeland was the drummer with which band? The Police
The name "Phillip" comes from Greek meaning lover of what? Horses
In It's a Wonderful Life, how did Clarence cleverly save George's life? He jumped into the river first
Which is the only American state to begin with the letter 'p'? Pennsylvania.
In which French city was Joan of Arc put to death? Rouen
Where was Jesus arrested the night of His betrayal? The Garden of Gethsemane—Matthew 26:36
Merlin was the legendary "what" at the court of King Arthur? magician.
Which country was home to the Moa bird which became extinct about 500 years ago? New Zealand
Is a dolphin a mammal? Yes
What does a manometer measure? The pressure of a closed system
Which of Henry VIII's wives gave birth to Elizabeth I? Anne Boleyn
What is the name of the phobia that involves an abnormal fear of spiders? Arachnophobia
How many books are there in the New Testament? 27
What does ATP stand for? Adenosine triphosphate, the molecule that is used for energy by all cells
True or false? Crocodiles have no sweat glands so they use their mouths to release heat True - They often sleep with their mouth open to cool down
Which athlete has won the maximum number of gold medals at a single Olympics, and how many?
Which English scholar, well known for his translation of the Bible into English, was executed in Antwerp in 1536? William Tyndale
Albertville and Lillehammer were two 90s venues for which event? Winter Olympics
What flower does Moore compare St A rose
In which European city did composer Richard Wagner die in 1883? Venice
What's the number one song by hanson in 1997? MMMBop
Andrew Carnegie made his fortune in which industry? Steel
Omdurman, as in the Battle of Omdurman, is today a suburb of which African city? Khartoum
What was discovered in 1799 by Pierre-François Bouchard, a Napoleonic soldier? The Rosetta Stone
What musical instrument's sales escalated from 228,000 in 1950 to 2.3 million in 1971 - The guitar's.
What is the capital of Iran? (Tehran)
Who is officially credited as the author of Auld Lang Syne? Robert Burns
True or false? Cats spend an average of 13 to 14 hours a day sleeping True
What is the name of the main British military base in Afghanistan? Camp Bastion
What computer company was named after a founder's memories of spending a summer in an Oregon orchard? Apple.
Which country is home to the kangaroo? Australia
How old is the earth? -The earth is about 4
Which screenwriter has received the most Oscar nominations? Woody Allen
What is Charlie Brown's complaint about Christmas? It is too commercialized
What ridiculously titled song was a hit in 1954 for Max Bygraves in the UK and the Four Lads in the USA? Gilly Gilly Ossenfeffer Katzenellen Bogen by the Sea
What song, popular in the First World War, was written by George and Felix Powell? Pack up your Troubles in your Old Kit Bag
What's the most southerly city; Toronto, Seattle, Budapest or Bordeaux? Toronto
What Mayberry resident once hijacked a bull when he'd had too much to drink? Otis Campbell.
What WWII First Lady wrote a Christmas story about a girl named Marta? Elinor Roosevelt
Tony Curtis was in which of the armed services in WWII? Navy
What California group waited 22 years to score their first chart-toping single since 1966 - The Beach Boys.
What was the first country to recognize Mexico's independence, in 1836? The U S
Name three Israelite kings. Saul, David, Solomon
Who's "Monk" to jazz buffs - Thelonious MOnk.
What screen character i the world's fastest ice sculptor and topiary artist? Edward Scissorhands.
What were the Viet Minh called when they crossed into South Vietnam? The Viet Cong
What colour is a Himalayan poppy? Blue.
In 1816 which US state was admitted to the Union as the 20th state? Mississippi
With which film would you associate the name 'Tyler Durden'? Fight Club
Who was the last British Viceroy of India? Lord Louis Mountbatten
What is the first name of compose Vivaldi? Antonio
What is written in 1. Timothy 2,4? God wants all people to be saved and come to recognise the truth.
What was Jacob’s brother called? Esau
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What does the nutcracker become after killing the Mouse King? A handsome prince
What body of water is off the California coast? The Pacific ocean.
What song, released to promote the film The Millionairess, featured its stars Peter Sellers and Sophia Loren? Goodness Gracious Me
The Walker Cup is competed for in which sport? Golf
The Nordic countries (Denmark, Sweden, Norway notably) tend to celebrate Christmas chiefly on which date? 24th December
What name is given to the notorious tidal current in the Lofoten islands off northern Norway? Maelstrom
Name the school that Harry Potter attended? Hogwarts
True or false – sterling silver is pure silver? False
What is the only continent on earth where Giraffes live in the wild? Africa
In The Night Before Christmas I sprang from my bed to see what? What was the matter
Iron Man 3 is released this year. What is the name of the new villain?
What were Gideon’s weapons when he fought the Midianites? Trumpets, pitchers and lamps
What does the atomic number of an element indicate about its nucleus? The number of protons in it
What was the first 30 minute animated Disney show called? Duck Tales
Name the second largest city in Britain during the Black Death? Bristol
If an Anglo-Saxon had an 'angon' what did they have? A weapon, a vase or a fruit? In Anglo Saxon times, an 'Angon' was a spear.
Who invented the thermometer in 1593? Galileo
What famour star appeared in Paula Abdul's "Rush, Rush" video? Keanu Reeves
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 was Blur's first number one single in the UK? Country House.
What was Stephane Grappelli’s instrument? Violin
Where can you find the first iron bridge ever built? Ironbridge, near Telford in Shropshire, England
What’s the name of the motorbiker who dies in the Shangri-Las’ hit The Leader of the Pack? Jimmy
How many days are there in June? 30
True or false? The horse is the fastest land animal
What was the first country to recognize Mexico’s independence, in 1836? The U
In which year was the Wall Street Crash? 1929
Guyana has borders with Brazil, Surinam and which other country? Venezuela
Who made the golden calf and the bronze snake? Aaron, Moses
Which fingernail grows the fastest? Your middle finger has the fastest growing fingernail.
Who were the three original members of Backstreet Boys? Howie Dorough, AJ MacLean and Nick Carter. Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrel joined the band in 1993.
According to the UK National Meteorological Office what year (prior to 2007) was the last White Christmas in Britain? 2004
Which historical figure is widely regarded as the greatest of all the Anglo-Saxon scholars? The Venerable Bede
In the charity AHA, what part of the body does H stand for? Heart.
Is Horeb the name of a town or a mountain? A mountain
From which country does the poinsettia plant originate? Mexico
Which city is normally accepted as being the ancient capital of Wessex? Winchester
What classic film was called production 9401 during filming? Psycho
Which book was published in London on April 25th, 1719? Robinson Crusoe
Which Latin phrase means to excess, to a sickening degree? Ad Nauseam
Which Coen Brothers cult classic film features the principal character hanging out at a bowling alley all the time, but the character never actually bowls? The Big Lebowski (1998)
Which country did Britain fight in the War of Jenkins’s Ear? Spain
What is the Aloha State? Hawaii.
What Emmy Award winning cartoon was based on a newspaper editorial? Yes, Virginia There is a Santa Glaus
What general did GI's nickname "Top Gun" in the Persian Gulf War? Colin Powell
What rock'n'roll singer is memorialized by a eight-foot bronze statue in Lubbock, Texas - Buddy Holly.
Which state is called the Golden state? California.
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What Shania Twain recording became the best-selling country music album ever by a female artist, in 1996 - The Woman in Me.
Who were the parents of Cain and Abel? Adam and Eve
What is someone who shoes horses called? A farrier.
What is another word for lexicon? Dictionary.
What Eastenders star sang on the novelty hit Come Outside? Wendy Richard Jiles Perry (JP) Richardson Jr, who died in the same plane crash as Ritchie Valens and Buddy Holly was better known by what name? Big Bopper
What does Fred Flintstone wear around his neck? A tie
Who did Elton John originally duet with on Don't Go Breaking My Heart? Kiki Dee.
What song contains the line Somebody waits for you, kiss her once for me? A Holly Jolly Christmas
What animal is Snowball in George Orwell's book Animal Farm? A pig
What kind of animal is an iguana? Reptile.
What did the three wise men from the East bring as gifts when they visited the Baby Jesus in Bethlehem? Gold, frankincense and myrrh—Matthew 2:11