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Trivia Questions and Answers For Seniors, Elderly, and Retired Trivia Fans!

Great trivia questions with answers for elderly, older, and senior trivia fans!


Trivia Questions and Answers For Seniors, Elderly, and Retired Trivia Fans!

Janet Jackson is he youngest of how many Jacksons?
A: Nine.

Who had a 60s No 1 with Soldier Boy?
A: The Shirelles.

Who was US President at the start of the 20th century?
A: William McKinley.

Lulu sang the title song for which 'bond film?
A: The Man With The Golden Gun.

Which London theater used to claim that "we never closed?"
A: Windmill.

Which member of the Monkees came from Houston, Texas?
A: Mike Nesmith.

Which politician stated, "Read my lips: no new taxes?"
A: George H. Bush.


Which monarch reined in Britain at the start of the First World War?
A: George V.

Which tanker was the cause of a massive oil spill in Alaska in 1989?
A: Exxon Valdez.

Which musical featured the song Food, Glorious Food?
A: Oliver.

What is the first word of Charlie Rich's classic The Most Beautiful Girl in the World?
A: Hey.

In which decade did Alcatraz close?
A: 1960s.

Which song does Snow White sing in the Disney classic in addition  to Some Day My Prince Will Come?
A: I'm Wishing.

Which Irish-born jockey rode a hat-trick of French Prix de l-'Arc de Triomphe victories in the mid-1980s?
A: Pat Eddery.


Who married fellow country star George Jones in 1969?
A: Tammy Wynette.

What name was given to Woody Guthrie's Ballads of the Depression?
A: Dust Bowl Ballads.

Who was the first female to register 30 top ten hits?
A: Madonna.

At which LA hotel was Bobby Kennedy shot?
A: Ambassador.

In 1990 who got 'married' to Jerry Hall?
A: Mick Jagger.

Demi Moore married which Bruce?
A: Willis.

John Jacob Astor died on the maiden voyage of which ship?
A: Titanic.


Who is Elton John's long-term writing partner?
A: Berni Taupin.

What was President Dwight Eisenhower's middle name?
A: David.

Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan have both played which character?
A: James Bond.

Which author was born on exactly the same day as singer Rick Nelson?
A: Peter Benchley.

Which actor paid $93,500 for the baseball which rolled between Bill Buckner's legs in game six of the 1986 World Series?
A: Charlie Sheen.

Michael Jackson's reunion with which brother resulted in the 1984 album Victory?
A: Jermaine.

Which motor company topped the Fortune 500 list in 1990?
A: General Motors.


What was the name of Tom Mix's horse?
A: Tony.

The first moon landing was on 21st July 1969, but what date did the astronauts return to Earth?
A: 24th July.

Twister was a disaster movie about what?
A: Tornados.

In 1987 Madonna filed for divorce from which husband?
A: Sean Penn.

Which girl's name was in the title of Madonna's first major film?
A: Susan.

What type of skirt was the main fashion style of the 60s?
A: Mini.


Who created the Addams Family?
A: Charles Addams.

What star sign is shared by William Shatner and Marlon Brando?
A: Aries.

What is the Alaskan terminus of the Alaskan Highway?
A: Fairbanks.

In which decade did Levi's first use a classic hit to advertize?
A: 1980s.

How is actress Angeline Brown better known?
A: Angie Dickinson.

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