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Easy Trivia Questions and Answers

Easy trivia questions and answers about actors, history, the 20th century, movies and more.

 

Easy Trivia Questions and Answers

Which cartoon character says What's up, Doc?
A: Bugs Bunny.

Who had a 60s No 1 with It's Now Or Never?
A: Elvis Presley.

What followed the names of Rowan and Martin in the classic 60s comedy series?
A: Laugh In.

The deepwater port of Gdansk was developed in which country?
A: Poland.

Which girl was In Disguise (with Glasses)?
A: Judy.

Which country was racing's Niki Lauda born in?
A: Austria.

Who was born first, Arnold Schwarzenegger or John Travolta?
A: Arnold Schwarzenegger.

 

In which decade of the 20th century was Michal J Fox born?
A: 1960s.

Who had 60s No 1s with Mr. Tambourine Man and Turn Turn Turn?
A: The Byrds.

Who took the Miami Vice Theme to No 1 in the charts?
A: Jan Hammer.

Archbishop Makarios was president of which Mediterranean island?
A: Cyprus.

Which US state, which joined the Union in 1912, has New and the name of a country in its name?
A: New Mexico.

In which decade of the 20th century was Jane Fonda born?
A: 1930s.

In which decade of the 20th century did Elvis Presley shoot to fame?
A: 50s.

 

In which decade did Elvis Presley die?
A: 70s.

What did Abraham Saperstein start in January 1927?
A: Harlem Globetrotters.

Which Irving penned the song White Christmas?
A: Berlin.

What is the postal abbreviation for Wisconsin?
A: WI.

Which state is called the silver state?
A: Nevada.

Brian Mulrooney was Prime Minister of which country in the 80s and 90s?
A: Canada.

In which decade of the 20th century was Jodie Foster born?
A: 1960s.

 

Who or what were Gropius and Le Corbusier?
A: Architects.

Johnny Depp was born in which decade of the 20th century?
A: 60s.

Who had a 70s No 1 with You've Got A Friend?
A: James Taylor.

In which country was Pablo Picasso born?
A: Spain.

What is the capital of the state of Ohio?
A: Columbus.

Peninsula international airport is in which US sate?
A: California.

Robert Menzies was Prime Minister of which country?
A: Australia.

 

What did Tony Bennett leave in San Francisco?
A: His Heart.

David Solberg became a famous actor / singer under which name?
A: David Soul.

What is the capitol of the state of Rhode Island?
A: Providence.

With which sport is Grant Hill associated?
A: Basketball.

In which state is the San Andreas fault?
A: California.

David Bowie was born in which decade of the 20th century?
A: 40s

To which lady did Dolly Parton plead, "I'm beggin' of you please don't take my man?
A: Jolene.

 

Which is further north, Miami or Orlando?
A: Orlando.

What is the postal abbreviation for Washington?
A: WA.

On what type of vehicle did Rupert Murdoch remarry in 1999?
A: Yacht.

Who directed Apocalypse Now?
A: Francis ford Coppola.

Which Michelle starred in Batman Returns?
A: Pfeiffer.

Which American actor refused his Oscar awarded for The Godfather?
A: Marlon Brando.

Warren Beatty was born in which decade of the 20th century?
A: 30s.

Which group backed Buddy Holly?
A: The Crickets.