Christmas Trivia IVChristmas Trivia Questions - Printable Trivia
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Who sings the song "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" in the film "Meet Me in St. Louis"?
Judy Garland - The movie was released in 1944.
In Czechoslovakia, what kind of soup would you eat on Christmas Eve?
Fish - The soup is normally made out of carp.
Where does the tradition of turkey on Christmas originate?
USA - Turkey is actually native to North America, they were brought over to Europe in 1650.
What Christmas story was written by Charles Dickens?
A Christmas Carol - The story was first published on the 18th of December in 1843.
In the animated special "A Charlie Brown Christmas," what does Lucy want Schroder to play on his piano?
Jingle Bells - Charlie Brown was created by Charles M. Schultz.
Which of these ballets revolves around Christmas - The Nutcracker, Swan Lake or Don Quixote?
The Nutcracker - The Nutcracker premiered in St. Petersburg in 1892.
Which Queen popularised the Christmas tree?
Queen Victoria - The Queen's husband brought the tree over from Germany.
The song "Silent Night" was originally written for which instrument?
Guitar - The organ in the church was broken so they needed a song that could be played on a guitar.
In what year was the film "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" released?
1989 - The movie was directed by Jeremiah S. Chechik.
In the bible, how many Wisemen visited the baby in the manger?
Unknown - The number is actually unknown. Three is the most commonly used number because three names are given.
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