Complete Trivia Question List

Easy

Batman lives in which city?

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Answer: Gotham City
More information: Batman lives and works in Gotham City.

Medium

The classic movie "Pulp Fiction" was released in which year?

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Answer: 1994
More information: "Pulp Fiction" was released in 1994 and was the fifth movie Quentin Tarantino directed after "Love Birds in Bondage", "My Best Friend's Birthday", "Reservoir Dogs" and "True Romance".

Hard

Who is the only Hall of Fame quarterback that is left-handed?

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Answer: Steve Young
More information: Steve Young, who is best known for leading the San Francisco 49ers from 1987 to 1999, is the only leftie quarterback in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Hard

In which year did Fred Couples win his first major championship in golf?

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Answer: 1992
More information: Fred Couples, an American golfer won his first major championship in 1992, when he won the Masters Tournament. Fred is also known as "Boom Boom".

VeryHard

In which country is May Day the only holiday workers are obliged to be given the day off yet still be paid for it?

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Answer: France
More information: Under French law, work stops, yet workers are still paid, on May Day.

Medium

The first male African-American tennis player to win the U.S Open and the Wimbledon tournaments was?

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Answer: Arthur Ashe
More information: Arthur Ashe was an African-American tennis player. He was born in 1943 in Virginia. In 1968, he set a record as the first African-American to win the U.S. Open title. In 1975, Ashe set another record by becoming the first African-American to win the Wimbledon title.

Easy

What Boston Red Sox player has the most career hits?

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Answer: Red Sox great Carl Yastrzemski is the Red Sox player who played their whole career with the club with the most career hits at 3,419.

Medium

Who is the only athlete ever to play in a Super Bowl and a World Series?

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Answer: Deion Sanders
More information: Deion Sanders is now a former American football and baseball player who works as an analyst for CBS Sports and the NFL Network.

Easy

Which of the following is not a term that is used in the game of golf?

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Answer: Offside
More information: The term offside is not a term that is used in the game of golf. Offside is a term that is used in the game of football.

Easy

What is the name of the author of the Harry Potter books?

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Answer: J.K. Rowling
More information: Harry Potter was written by renowned British author J. K. Rowling.

Easy

This musician is often referred to as the fifth Beatle.

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Answer: Pete Best
More information: Pete Best was the drummer for The Beatles from 1960-1962; he was later replaced by Ringo Starr.

Hard

Carl Gerhard Busch is the full name of which "X-Files" character?

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Answer: Cigarette Smoking Man
More information: The full name of Syndicate member the Cigarette Smoking Man, played by actor William B. Davis, is actually Carl Gerhard Busch.

Hard

What is the name of the train station that services Hogwarts School?

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Answer: Hogsmeade Station
More information: Even though the station services Hogwarts School, it is called Hogsmeade after the village it also caters to.

Medium

Mi Reflejo was a Spanish-speaking album released by which famous musician?

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Answer: Christina Aguilera
More information: Despite having an Ecuadorian father, Christina Aguilera did not know any Spanish when she began recording 2000's Mi Reflejo, which translates as "my reflection".

Medium

Which American company produces Italian-influenced food products such as Beefaroni and Ravioli?

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Answer: Chef Boyardee
More information: Chef Boyardee, founded by an Italian immigrant to the United States in 1928, produces canned goods which have become a staple in American supermarkets.



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