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What well-known 2003 movie had the following tagline - "There
are 3.7 trillion fish in the ocean. They're looking for one"?
b. Shark Tale
c. The Little Mermaid
d. Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo - Finding Nemo won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film.
On the TV show "Seinfeld", what is Kramer's apartment number?
5B - Seinfeld led the Nielsen ratings in two of the nine seasons that it was on the air.
Which of the following characters was NOT a superhero's
c. Robin (the Boy Wonder)
Superboy - There have been a few Superboys. The first Superboy to make an appearance was simply Superman
as a boy.
TV talk show host David Letterman moved from what network to
CBS on January 14, 1993?
NBC - David Letterman was ranked #45 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Stars of All Time in 1996.
Where did Elvis Presley die on August 16, 1977 at the age of
a. In Las Vegas, Nevada
b. In Palm Springs, California
c. In Honolulu, Hawaii
d. At Graceland Mansion, Tennessee
At Graceland Mansion, Tennessee - Elvis began his career working with Sun Records owner Sam Phillips in
In what movie does "Weird Al Yankovic" play the manager of a
down and out TV station?
a. Channel 21
b. Network News
c. Channel 64
UHF - UHF was an American comedy film released in 1989.
Which artist, that was once a member of Van Halen, recorded the
title track for the movie "Fast Times at Ridgemont High"?
a. Cheap Trick
b. Don Henley
c. Sammy Hagar
d. Billy Squier
Sammy Hagar - Hagar got his start in the seventies with the hard rock band Montrose.
On the television show "Friends", how many sisters did Joey
a. Just one
Eight - Friends was about a group of friends living in Manhattan.
Becoming the "best-selling teenaged artist of all time" before
turning 20, who had a number one single with "Baby, One More Time"?
a. Celine Dion
b. Whitney Houston
c. Britney Spears
d. Mariah Carey
Britney Spears - Forbes reported Spears as the highest paid female musician of 2012.
What group did Chevy Chase quit playing drums, long before they
gained in popularity?
a. Cheap Trick
c. Steely Dan
Steely Dan - Steely Dan were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in March 2001.
What actor/actress did not star in "The Breakfast Club"?
a. Ally Sheedy
b. Rob Lowe
c. Judd Nelson
d. Molly Ringwald
Rob Lowe - Many consider The Breakfast Club to be one of the greatest high school films of all time.
Howdy Doody and Oscar the Grouch now live at the Smithsonian's
National Museum of American History, along with all but which of these items?
a. Ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz
c. Fonzie's leather jacket
d. Archie Bunker's chair
Batmobile - Many different Batmobiles have been built throughout the years.
This name is shared by both a board game from Avalon Hill, set
in the ancient world, and by a computer game by Sid Meier, in which you can take over the world. What is the
b. Age of Empires
Civilization - Sid Meier's Civilization computer game was originally released in 1991.
Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley were married on May 26,
a. Kohala Coast, Island of Hawaii
b. Las Vegas, Nevada
c. Hollywood, CA
d. Dominican Republic
Dominican Republic - Presley has been married four times.
What group did the original X-Men form when Marvel Girl was
found in Jamaica Bay?
b. The Defenders
c. Alpha Flight
d. The Fantastic Four
X-Factor - X-Factor made its first appearance in 1986.
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