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Fun Easy Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers - Senior Trivia

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Fun Easy Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers - Senior Trivia

With which sport is Michael Jordan associated?
A: Basketball.

Churchill, Sherman and Panzer were all developed as types of what?
A: Tank.

Which record label did Michael Jackson first record on?
A: Motown.

Who recorded the album Dark Side Of the Moon?
A: Pink Floyd.

Which Bobby took Mack The Knife to No 1 in the charts?
A: Darin.

My Heart Will Go On came from which movie?
A: Titanic.

With which spot is Cedric Pioline associated?
A: Tennis.


What does the N stand for in NATO?
A: North.

Who played Rachel Green in Friends?
A: Jennifer Aniston.

Which instrument is Roberta Flack associated with?
A: Piano.

Who famously announced "heeeere's Johnny" on the Johnny Carson show from the early 60s?
A: Ed McMahon.

Dramatist Brendan Behan came from which county?
A: Ireland.

On which continent did the samba originate?
A: America.

Who sang the theme from the 70s movie Love Story?
A: Andy Williams.


Which talk-show hostess appeared in The Color Purple?
A: Oprah Winfrey.

Which Barney was the subject of a sitcom of over 160 episodes?
A: Miller.

Which state is called the cornhusker State?
A: Nebraska.

In baseball, where do the Blue Jays come from?
A: Toronto.

What followed Exhale in the 1995 Whitney Houston hit?
A: Shoop Shoop.

Which sitcom about an army hospital in Korea was transmitted in the UK without the canned laughter of the US version?
A: M*A*S*H.


The disastrous poison gas leak at Bhopal took place in which country?
A: India.

Which Sinatra song manages to rhyme a line with "shy way"?
A: My Way.

In which decade of the 20th century was Andie MacDowell born?
A: 1950s.

What sort of Nest was the subject of over 150 sitcoms?
A: Empty.

What type of cargo was carried by the stricken vessel the Torrey Canyon?
A: Oil.

What was Aretha Franklin's first No 1?
A: Respect.

What is the main color on the Chinese flag?
A: Red.


Dick Francis novels revolve around which sport?
A: Horse racing.

What does the C stand for in LCD?
A: Crystal.

In which country did Marilyn Monroe die?
A: United States.

Which Danny starred in Batman Returns?
A: De Vito.

In which state is Prince William Sound?
A: Alaska.

Playwright Arthur Miller was married to which famous blond actress?
A: Marilyn Monroe.

In football, where do the Broncos come from?
A: Denver.


Which actress married for the seventh time on Michael Jackson's ranch in 1991?
A: Elizabeth Taylor.

Hartsfield international airport is in which US state?
A: Georgia.

What sort of Acres were the subject of a sitcom of over 170 episodes?
A: Green.

On a computer keyboard what letter is between Q and E?
A: W.

In basketball, where do the Hawks come from?
A: Atlanta.

Which fictional bear thought he had "very little brain?"
A: Winnie-the-Pooh.


Lord Mountbatten was murdered off the coast of which country?
A: Ireland.

In which state was Isaac Hayes born?
A: Tennessee.

Black activist Steve Biko died in which country in the 70s?
A: South Africa.

What is the postal abbreviation for Main?
A: ME.

McCoy international airport is in which US State?
A: Florida.

Which Madeline became the first woman US Secretary of State?
A: Albright.