Christmas Trivia Quiz Questions #5Printable Christmas Trivia Questions
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How many Lords-a-leaping according to the traditional Christmas song "The Twelve Days of Christmas"?
10 - The Twelve Days of Christmas is thought to be French in origin.
With a population of approximately 2,000 residents, "Christmas Island" lies in which Ocean?
Indian - The island was first discovered on Christmas Day in 1643.
Complete the title of the 2000s Coldplay Christmas hit "Christmas ..."?
Lights - Coldplay was released as a digital download on in December of 2010.
Eggnog originated in which country?
England - Most historians agree that eggnog originated from a medieval Britain posset.
Germans cook their Brussel sprouts at Christmas in what?
Beer - The traditional German Christmas meal features duck, goose or a roast.
How many horses pull the sleigh in the Christmas carol "Jingle Bells"?
1 - Published in 1857, Jingle Bells was written by James Lord Pierpont.
In which country would you eat "Lutefisk" for Christmas dinner?
Sweden - Lutefisk is dried whitefish. Traditionally, it is eaten with potatoes, green peas and white sauce.
The famous song "White Christmas" originated in which Christmas film?
a. Days Gone By
b. If Not Today
c. Holiday Inn
d. When I Were Young
Holiday Inn - White Christmas is heard during the Christmas holiday sections of the film.
What is Marley's first name in Charles Dickens' novella, "A Christmas Carol"?
Jacob - A Christmas Carol was published in 1843.
When did Queen Elizabeth II deliver her first "Royal Christmas Message" on TV?
1957 - Previously, the Royal Christmas Message was aired on radio.
Which of these action movies is set during Christmas?
b. Terminator 2
c. Die Hard
Die Hard - Die Hard was released in 1988.
Who penned the famous poem "The Cultivation of Xmas Trees"?
a. Lewis Carroll
b. TS Elliot
c. William Shakespeare
d. Ezra Pound
TS Elliot - The Cultivation of Xmas Trees was published in October of 1954.
Who did the boy and the snowman meet in the much-loved TV cartoon "The Snowman"?
Santa - The Snowman is based on a children's picture book of the same name by English author Raymond Briggs.
Who played the role of "Bad Santa" in the 2003 comedy film of the same name?
a. Will Ferrell
b. Ben Stiller
c. Owen Wilson
d. Billy Bob Thornton
Billy Bob Thornton - Bad Santa marked John Ritter's last film appearance before his death in September of 2003.
Which one of the following is NOT one of Santa's reindeer?
Eddie - Santa's sleigh is led by eight reindeer.
What street completes the famous 1947 Christmas comedy-drama film "Miracle on ??? Street"?
34th - Miracle on 34th Street is based on a story by Valentine Davies.
What is traditionally placed in Christmas puddings?
Money - Christmas pudding is also known as plum pudding.
What three words follow the title of the famous John Lennon song "Happy Xmas"?
a. Santa is Coming
b. Tonight is True
c. Hunger is Over
d. War is Over
War is Over - Released in 1971, Happy Xmas (War is Over) was written by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
What is the name of the superhero doll in the 1996 Christmas film "Jingle all the Way"?
a. Sonic Man
b. Jet Man
c. Propeller Man
d. Turbo Man
Turbo Man - The film stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad.
What color "Christmas" did Elvis sing about in 1964?
Blue - Blue Christmas was written by Billy Hayes and Jay W. Johnson.
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