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Bar trivia quiz questions with answers.

 

Bar Trivia Questions

What is Lucy's last name in Peanuts?
A: Van Pelt.

What was New York's magazine Broadside concerned with?
A: Folk Music.

What is a bar trivia quiz?
A: A bar trivia quiz is a quiz held in a pub or bar.

These events are also called what?
A: Quiz nights, trivia nights, or pub trivia and may be held in other settings.

Which Tammy Wynette tribute album included tracks by Wynonna and Elton John?
A: Tammy Wynette.

Who were the nationalists who tried to assassinate Truman in 1950?
A: Puerto Rican.

John George Diefenbaker was once Prime Minister of where?
A: Canada.

 

Which musical featured the song Sit Down You're Rockin' The Boat?
A: Guys and Dolls.

Which ER star played opposite Jenny Seagrove in Don't Go Breaking My Heart?
A: Anthony Edwards.

Which Movie Actor was Easy Reader in the TV series The /Electric company?
A: Morgan Freeman.

Which First Lady had to give evidence over the Whitewater scandal?
A: Hillary Clinton.

Which country did Idi Amin go to when he fled Uganda?
A: Saudi Arabia.

Until his death in 1969, Brian Jones was in which pop band?
A: The Rolling Stones.

Who was head of the political wing of the Vietcong in the mid 60s?
A: Nguyenh Huu Tho.

 

Klagenfurt international airport is in which country?
A: Austria.

Which Schwarzenegger movie about a man who gets pregnant was originally titled Oh Baby?
A: Junior.

Adona international airport is in which country?
A: Turkey.

About which British politician did Fran├žois Mitterrand say, "She has the mouth of Marilyn Monroe and the eyes of Caligula?"
A: Margaret Thatcher.

What was the code name of the build-up to action in Iraq?
A: Operation Desert Shield.

Translated as The People's Daily, in which country is this a major seller?
A: China.

Which US President was inaugurated in 1969?
A: Richard Nixon.

 

UNICEF is responsible for which specific group of people?
A: Children.

Bar quizzes may attract customers to a pub who are what?
A: Not found there on other days.

In which sport could the Heat take on the Magic?
A: Basketball.

Which country did USSR invade in 1979?
A: Afghanistan.

Who had a national airline called Garuda?
A: Indonesia.

On which river was the Tarbela Dam built?
A: Indus.

Who had a No 1 hit with Never Gonna Give You Up?
A: Rick Astley.

 

Which US mountains gave their name to a fever discovered in that area in the early 20th century?
A: Rocky Mountains.

Where was Elvis Presley's The Wonder Of You recorded live?
A: International Hotel Las Vegas.

Which actor has a child called Sage Moonblood?
A: Sylvester Stallone.

Which regular member of the Friends cast starred in Lost in space?
A; Matt LeBlanc.

Giorgio Armani trained for which profession although he didn't qualify?
A: Doctor.

In which month of the year is Battle of Britain week?
A: September.

In economics, what does the letter F stand for in IMF?
A: Fund.

 

Robert Gallo was one of the pioneers in the identification of which virus?
A: HIV.

What notable thing did tough guy Humphrey Bogart do throughout his wedding to Lauren Bacall?
A: Cry.

Father's Day was first celebrated in which country?
A: USA.

At school prince was a member of a band named after which drink?
A: Champagne.

Who founded the General Seafood's company in 1924?
A: Clarence Birdseye.


Who did David Dinkins succeed as Mayor of New York?
A: Edward Koch.

Which Which movie in addition to High Noon won Gary Cooper an Oscar?
A: Sergeant York.

Who did Randolf Turpin beat to win the world middleweight boxing title in 1951?
A: Sugar Ray Robinson.

Who said, "Talking jaw to jaw is better than going to war?"
A: Winston Churchill.