Christmas Trivia IIChristmas Trivia Questions and Answers - Printable Trivia
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Frosty the Snowman had what for a nose?
Button - 'Frosty the Snowman'  was Jimmy Durante's [the narrator] final film [this is not counting a short film and several documentaries that he completed].
If you received all the gifts that are in the song "The Twelve Days of Christmas," how many gifts would you get?
364 - The twelve days of Christmas are actually the twelve days that fall between December 25 [Christmas Day] and January 6 [Epiphany].
What are you supposed to tell in the song, "Go Tell it on the Mountain"?
Our Jesus Christ is born! - No one really knows who wrote 'Go Tell it on the Mountain,' but many people give credit to John Wesley Work of Nashville, Tennessee.
In the song "White Christmas," what are the children listening to hear?
Sleigh bells - 'White Christmas' is considered to be America's most popular Christmas carol.
Who told Mary that she was going to have deliver baby Jesus.
An Angel - Luke, Chapter 2, in the Bible, tells of Jesus' birth.
In Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," what was the name of Scrooge's dead business partner?
Jacob Marley - 'A Christmas Carol' was written by Dickens in 1843 and is still a widely popular classic today.
What did the U.S. Postal Service do for the first time in 1962?
Issued its first Christmas Stamp - The first U.S. Christmas stamp featured a green wreath with a red bow and two lit candles. It cost $.04.
What are small, inexpensive gifts often called?
Stocking Stuffers - It was the Romans who are credited with starting the gift giving tradition at Christmas.
What was Clarence in "It's a Wonderful Life"?
Angel - The most popular Christmas tree topper is an angel.
What complaint did Charlie Brown have about Christmas?
It is too commercialized - The Christmas Season is the busiest shopping time of the year, with sales generally peaking on the last Saturday before Christmas, or December 23 if Christmas Day is on a weekend.
Including Rudolph, how many reindeer hooves are pulling Santa's sleigh?
36 - The only deer where males.
What are cream filled or fruit filled oval or round candies that are covered in chocolate?
Sugarplums - 'Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy,' from the Tchaikocsky ballet, the Nutcracker Suite, can be heard near the end of Act II.
What did telephone company employee, Ralph E. Morris, invent?
Christmas tree lights - Flashing Christmas lights were first introduced in the 1930's
What do these three famous people have in common - Louis Joseph Chevrolet, Conrad Hilton and Robert J. Ripley?
They were each born on Christmas Day - Chevrolet was born on Christmas Day in 1878, Hilton in 1887 and Ripley in 1893.
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