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What is Lucy's last name in Peanuts?
A: Van Pelt.
What was New York's magazine Broadside concerned with?
A: Folk Music.
What is a bar trivia quiz?
A: A bar trivia quiz is a quiz held in a pub or bar.
These events are also called what?
A: Quiz nights, trivia nights, or pub trivia and may be held in other settings.
Which Tammy Wynette tribute album included tracks by Wynonna and Elton John?
A: Tammy Wynette.
Who were the nationalists who tried to assassinate Truman in 1950?
A: Puerto Rican.
John George Diefenbaker was once Prime Minister of where?
Which musical featured the song Sit Down You're Rockin' The Boat?
A: Guys and Dolls.
Which ER star played opposite Jenny Seagrove in Don't Go Breaking My Heart?
A: Anthony Edwards.
Which Movie Actor was Easy Reader in the TV series The /Electric company?
A: Morgan Freeman.
Which First Lady had to give evidence over the Whitewater scandal?
A: Hillary Clinton.
Which country did Idi Amin go to when he fled Uganda?
A: Saudi Arabia.
Until his death in 1969, Brian Jones was in which pop band?
A: The Rolling Stones.
Who was head of the political wing of the Vietcong in the mid 60s?
A: Nguyenh Huu Tho.
Klagenfurt international airport is in which country?
Which Schwarzenegger movie about a man who gets pregnant was originally titled Oh Baby?
Adona international airport is in which country?
About which British politician did François Mitterrand say, "She has the mouth of Marilyn Monroe and the eyes of Caligula?"
A: Margaret Thatcher.
What was the code name of the build-up to action in Iraq?
A: Operation Desert Shield.
Translated as The People's Daily, in which country is this a major seller?
Which US President was inaugurated in 1969?
A: Richard Nixon.
UNICEF is responsible for which specific group of people?
Bar quizzes may attract customers to a pub who are what?
A: Not found there on other days.
In which sport could the Heat take on the Magic?
Which country did USSR invade in 1979?
Who had a national airline called Garuda?
On which river was the Tarbela Dam built?
Who had a No 1 hit with Never Gonna Give You Up?
A: Rick Astley.
Which US mountains gave their name to a fever discovered in that area in the early 20th century?
A: Rocky Mountains.
Where was Elvis Presley's The Wonder Of You recorded live?
A: International Hotel Las Vegas.
Which actor has a child called Sage Moonblood?
A: Sylvester Stallone.
Which regular member of the Friends cast starred in Lost in space?
A; Matt LeBlanc.
Giorgio Armani trained for which profession although he didn't qualify?
In which month of the year is Battle of Britain week?
In economics, what does the letter F stand for in IMF?
Robert Gallo was one of the pioneers in the identification of which virus?
What notable thing did tough guy
Humphrey Bogart do throughout his wedding to Lauren Bacall?
Father's Day was first celebrated in which country?
At school prince was a member of a band named after which drink?
Who founded the General Seafood's company in 1924?
A: Clarence Birdseye.
Who did David Dinkins succeed as Mayor of New York?
A: Edward Koch.
Which Which movie in addition to High Noon won Gary Cooper an Oscar?
A: Sergeant York.
Who did Randolf Turpin beat to win the world middleweight boxing title in 1951?
A: Sugar Ray Robinson.
Who said, "Talking jaw to jaw is better than going to war?"
A: Winston Churchill.