General Knowledge Trivia Questions #83Free Trivia Questions - Printable Trivia
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Which of the following countries is not an island country?
Burma - Burma is bordered by Bangladesh, India, Laos and China.
The primary love interest of Superman, what is Lois Lane's profession?
a. Bank manager
Reporter - Lois Lane worked for the Daily Planet.
Which song opens with the lyric, "Saturday morning jumped out of bed and put on my best suit. Got in my car and raced like a jet, all the way to you"?
a. Bang Bang
b. Shake it Off
d. Stay With Me
Rude - Rude was recorded by the group Magic in 2014.
Winner of the Best Actor Academy Award for his role in the film Gladiator, where was Russell Crowe born?
b. South Africa
d. New Zealand
New Zealand - Crowe was born on the 7th of April 1964 in Wellington.
What is a kelpie?
a. A hat
b. A ghost horse
c. A spice
d. A musical instrument
A ghost horse - A kelpie comes from Scottish folklore. They are often portrayed as demonic water horses.
What is the national airline of Greece?
a. Greece National
b. Greek Air
c. Air Greece
d. Olympic Air
Olympic Air - Olympic Air has been around since 1957 under a number of different names.
What game do Harry Potter and Ron play against each other in the film "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone"?
c. Field hockey
d. Wizard Chess
Wizard Chess - They play on the same side when they are trying to reach the philosopher's stone.
What is English actor and author Maurice Joseph Micklewhite's stage name?
a. Roger Moore
b. Sean Connery
c. Michael Caine
d. Pierce Bronson
Michael Caine - Michael Caine was born in England in 1933.
What is a glyph?
a. A small nocturnal rodent
b. A kind of sandal
c. An ornamental groove
d. A sweet dessert
An ornamental groove - According to Merriam-Webster, a glyph is an ornamental vertical groove.
Abuja is the capital of which nation?
Nigeria - Ankara is the capital of Turkey.
Released in 2012, the film "12 Years a Slave" is about the struggles of whom?
a. Edwin Epps
b. Solomon Northup
c. Frederick Douglas
d. Harriett Tubman
Solomon Northup - 12 Years a Slave won three Academy Awards.
In 2002, where did British streaker Mark Roberts streak?
a. The Super Bowl
b. The White House Lawn
c. Wall Street
Wimbledon - Mark streaked at the Super Bowl in 2004, in Houston.
What is the name of the Indian Princess found in the story of Peter Pan?
a. Tiger Lily
b. Small Dove
c. Small Eagle
d. Laughing Sparrow
Tiger Lily - Tiger Lily, the lost boys and Captain Hook all lived in Neverland.
Released as the first single from the soundtrack album of "The Fault in Our Stars," who recorded the hit song "Boom Clap"?
a. Charli XCX
b. Cold Play
c. Sam Smith
d. Maroon 5
Charli XCX - Charli XCX's real name is Charlotte Emma Aitchison.
The "Great One," Wayne Gretzky, played for the Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues and which other NHL team during his career?
a. New York Rangers
b. New York Islanders
c. Detroit Red Wings
d. Calgary Flames
New York Rangers - Wayne was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 22, 1999.
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