Christmas Trivia Quiz Questions #6Printable Christmas Trivia Questions
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Who played Scrooge in Disney's 2009 animated version of "A Christmas Carol"?
a. Owen Wilson
b. Jim Carey
c. Ben Stiller
d. Vince Vaughn
Jim Carey - Disney has also released Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983) and The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992).
According to Clement C. Moore's poem, how many Reindeer does Santa have?
8 - Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donder and Blitzen.
Complete the title of the famous 1988 Cliff Richard Christmas hit - "Mistletoe and ..."?
Wine - Mistletoe and Wine was Richard's twelfth UK number one, spending four weeks at the top of the charts in December 1988.
Found in the book "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", who created the fictional town of "Whoville"?
a. Lewis Carroll
b. Roald Dahl
c. Walt Disney
d. Dr. Seuss
Dr. Seuss - How the Grinch Stole Christmas was first published on Christmas day in 1956.
In the Christmas song "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree", what will they be eating before going caroling?
a. Plum Pudding
b. Fruit Cake
c. Christmas Cookies
d. Pumpkin Pie
Pumpkin Pie - Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree was written by Johnny Marks and first recorded by Brenda Lee in 1958.
In what year was the Christmas comedy crime film "Bad Santa" released?
2003 - Titled Bad Santa 2, a sequel to the film was released in November of 2016.
Turkeys originated on what continent?
a. North America
c. South America
North America - Turkeys were first domesticated by the indigenous people of Mexico.
What is the name of George's guardian angel in the 1946 Christmas film "It's a Wonderful Life"?
Clarence - It's a Wonderful Life was nominated for five Academy Awards including Best Picture.
What pudding is mentioned in the song "We Wish You a Merry Christmas"?
a. Figgie Pudding
b. Fruity Pudding
c. Christmas Pudding
d. Plummy Pudding
Figgie Pudding - The origin of We Wish You a Merry Christmas lies somewhere in English tradition.
What do the British traditionally serve with brandy sauce?
a. Christmas Pudding
b. Christmas Cookies
d. Fruit Cake
Christmas Pudding - Christmas pudding is sometimes referred to as plum pudding.
What are the last words of Frosty in the Christmas carol "Frosty the Snowman"?
b. Catch me if you can
c. Watch Me, As I Melt Away
d. I'll Be Back Someday
I'll Be Back Someday - Frosty the Snowman was first recorded by Gene Autry in 1950.
Who composed the score for the two-act ballet "The Nutcracker"?
Tchaikovsky - The score is one of Tchaikovsky's most famous compositions.
Who had a U.S. Christmas number-one hit with the song "Good Vibrations" in 1966?
a. The Jackson Five
b. The Beatles
c. The Beach Boys
d. The Kinks
The Beach Boys - Good Vibrations was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1994.
Who wrote the famous poem "The Night Before Christmas"?
a. Henry Livingston, Jr.
b. Charles Dickens
c. Clement Clarke Moore
d. Chris Van Allsburg
Clement Clarke Moore - Originally titled 'A Visit from St. Nicholas', the Night Before Christmas was first published in 1823.
Who played the role of "Buddy" in the 2003 Christmas comedy film "Elf"?
a. Billy Bob Thornton
b. Will Ferrell
c. Owen Wilson
d. Ben Stiller
Will Ferrell - Buddy is a human who believes he is an elf.
Which Christmas carol contains the line "'Tis the Season to be Jolly"?
a. I Saw Three Ships
b. Away in a Manger
c. Drummer Boy
d. Deck the Halls
Deck the Halls - Deck the Halls is Welsh, dating back to sometime in the sixteenth century.
Which Christmas condiment is made from a fruit known as "marshwots"?
a. Christmas Spiced Cream
b. Christmas Mustard
c. Cranberry Sauce
d. Christmas Bread Sauce
Cranberry Sauce - Canned cranberry sauce first appeared in stores in 1941.
Which English leader banned Christmas in 1647?
a. Henry VIII
b. Elizabeth I
c. Oliver Cromwell
d. Richard III
Oliver Cromwell - Cromwell believed that feasting on a holy day was immoral.
Which girl group recorded "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" on Phil Spector's 1963 Christmas LP "A Christmas Gift for You"?
a. The Chiffons
b. The Chantels
c. The Vandellas
d. The Ronnettes
The Ronnettes - Not popular when first released, a re-release reached number six on Billboard's list of Christmas Albums in 1972.
Which of the following is a character from the 1843 Dicken's novella "A Christmas Carol"?
a. Tiny Tim
b. Small Sid
c. Little Sam
d. Tom Thumb
Tiny Tim - A Christmas Carol has never been out of print.
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