General Knowledge Trivia Questions #51Free Trivia Questions -
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Which country created the rumba?
Cuba - Rumbas include the Guaguanco, the Yambu and the Columbia.
What was Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' maiden name?
Bouvier - Jacqueline was born on the 28th of July 1929.
Which famous person sailed on a ship called the Beagle?
a. Christopher Columbus
b. Jacques Cousteau
c. Sebastian Cabot
d. Charles Darwin
Charles Darwin - Charles Darwin published a book entitled 'The Voyage of the Beagle'.
Which Greek god is often portrayed with a flute?
Pan - Pan is the Greek god of hunting and music. He is often found cavorting with nymphs.
In which musical film would you hear the song
b. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
c. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
d. Mary Poppins
Mary Poppins - This musical also features the songs Chim Chim Cher-ee and Jolly holiday.
Who lived on Wolverton Mountain?
a. Dolly Parton
b. John Denver
c. Clifton Clowers
d. Loretta Lynn
Clifton Clowers - Wolverton Mountain is a country music song that is based on a real character.
Princess Tiger Lily appears in which Disney movie?
a. The Frog Prince
b. Peter Pan
Peter Pan - Princess Tiger lily is one of the characters found in Neverland.
Jakarta is the capital of which nation?
Indonesia - Jakarta is also the largest city in Indonesia.
In what industry did John D. Rockefeller make his fortune?
Oil - John D. Rockefeller founded the Standard Oil Company in 1870.
In the card game "bridge", which suit is considered the lowest?
Clubs - The highest suit is Spades.
Narnia is a world created by which author?
a. C. S. Lewis
b. J. M. Barrie
c. Lewis Carroll
d. J. R. R. Tolkien
C. S. Lewis - The world is featured in seven different novels by Lewis.
How many players are on each side in a professional hockey
6 - There is a goalie, two defensemen and three forwards.
In what year did Jimmy Hoffa disappear?
1975 - Jimmy Hoffa's body has never been found.
Which detective worked for M16?
a. Dick Tracey
b. Miss Marple
c. Sherlock Holmes
d. George Smiley
George Smiley - The character of George Smiley was created by John le Carre.
Which of the following sports is not featured in the Winter
a. Ice Swimming
c. Alpine Skiing
Ice Swimming - Although popular in some parts of the world, ice swimming has never been an Olympic
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