Easy Random Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

Easy free fun printable trivia quiz questions and answers about all kinds of easy random and miscellaneous trivia subjects from Arizona to Whoopi Goldberg.

 

Easy random miscellaneous trivia questions with the answers.

 

Which German Officer died in jail after being imprisoned for 46 years?
A: Rudolf Hess.

What is the first title word of Meat Loaf's big 90s No 1 hit?
A: I'd.

What was the first name of the fictional sleuth Kojak?
A: Theo.

Which word went with Britannia to describe the supposedly vibrant late 90s?
A: Cool.

In medicine, what does the D stand for in CJD?
A: Disease.

Sky Harbor international airport is in which US state?
A: Arizona.

Whose Navy was the subject of a sitcom with over 130 episodes?
A: McHale's.

What did the Mason Dixon line divide?
A: North & South.

The Way We Were was the first No 1 for which singer?
A: Barbra Streisand.

Who had a 60s No 1 hit with Groovin?
A: The Young Rascals.

In which film did Madonna play Breathless Mahoney?
A: Dick Tracy.

Which English Kate became the face of L'Oreal in 1998?
A: Moss.

What was developed in the 40s Manhattan Project?
A: Atomic Bomb.

Which group backed Bill Haley in the 50s?
A: The Comets.

Which Quincy produced the Michael Jackson album Bad?
A: Jones.

Who was the most famous blonde in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes?
A: Marilyn Monroe.

How did Allen Steward Konigsberg become better known?
A: Woody Allen.

Who was Richard Nixon's first Vice President?
A: Spiro T Agnew.

Which actress did John McEnroe marry?
A: Tatum O'Neal.

In movies, how was Dominic Amici better known?
A: Don Ameche.

Croatia and Slovenia used to be part of which country?
A: Yugoslavia.

What is the main airport in Germany?
A: Frankfurt.

Michael Hutchence was lead singer with which group?
A: INXS.

In which city is O'Hare International airport?
A: Chicago.

Where was Elvis Presley Crying in 1965?
A: In The Chapel.

Drew Barrymore was born in which decade of the 20th century?
A: 70s.

Which caped crusader operated in Gotham city?
A Batman.

By what descriptive word was 1950s singer Otis Dewey Whitman known?
A: Slim.

What role as a member of her staff did the father of Madonna's first child have?
A: Fitness Trainer.

Which group went to the Chapel Of Love?
A: The Dixie Cups.

Which bandleader Benny was "The King of Swing"?
A: Goodman.

In which country did Ho chi Minh come to power?
A: Vietnam.

Which sport in the Olympics includes pikes, tucks and twists?
A: Diving.

In which decade did Gorbachev lose power?
A: 1990s.

Which Richard starred in Petty Woman?
A: Gere.

Which Heart was reinstituted as an honor in 1932?
A: Purple Heart.

Which Tom starred in Three Men and a Little Lady?
A: Selleck.

Singer Nat King Cole was also very talented on which musical instrument?
A: Piano.

What is the postal abbreviation for Montana?
A: MT.

In which state was boardsailing or windsurfing invented?
A California.

Robbie Coltrane and Whoopi Goldberg have played in films where their characters disguise themselves as what?
A: Nuns.

Which famous Briton did Linda Eastman marry?
A: Paul McCartney.

Which spectral hound of the moors first appeared in a classic 1902 detective story?
A: Hound Of The Baskervilles.

In football, what position is LB.
A: Linebacker.

Which country hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics?
A: Japan.

Which controversial American sportsman had the first names Orenthal James?
A: O J Simpson.


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