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Easy Trivia Questions With Answers for Seniors

Easy miscellaneous trivia quiz questions and answers.


Easy Trivia Questions With Answers for Seniors

Which parenting guru Doctor wrote Baby and Child Care?
A: Spock.

In which city is the Metropolitan Opera?
A: New York City.

In 1987 the Russians and the Americans signed the Washington summit agreement to limit what?
A: Nuclear Missiles.

What does the G stand for in WYSIWYG?
A: Get.

Linda McCartney launched a range of what type of food?
A: Vegetarian.

Which Kevin starred in The Bodyguard?
A: Costner.

What completes the lines, "Cruising and playing the radio, With no particular place...?
A: To go.


What is the postal abbreviation for Florida?
A: FL.

In football, what position is QB?
A: Quarterback.

President John F. Kennedy international airport is in which US city?
A: New York City.

Which association for magicians was founded in 1905?
A: Magic Circle.

John Travolta was born in which decade of the 20th century?
A: 50s.

Which type of aircraft was produced by Sigorsky in the US in 1942?
A: Helicopter.

The 1980 Olympics were boycotted because of the USSR's invasion of which country?
A: Afghanistan.


Who was In Disguise in Elvis Presley's 1963 hit?
A: Devil.

Which year is used as the title of a George Orwell Book?
A: 1984.

What is the postal abbreviation for Colorado?
A: CO.

What is the capitol of of the state of Mississippi?
A: Jackson.

Which word completes the name of the Tony Award-winning musical, Kiss of the Spider...?
A: Woman.

Euro Disney is on the outskirts of which city?
A: Paris.

The first artificial satellite was launched on the 40th anniversary of which county's Revolution?
A: Russian.


Charles de Gaulle was President of which European country?
A: France.

Who was the Prince of thieves in a 90s blockbuster movie title?
A: Robin Hood.

Who won the first Davis cup?

In which decade was the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima?
A: 40s.

What went before Ties in the sitcom which had over 160 episodes?
A: Family.

For which 1990s movie did Sigourney Waver shave her head?
A: Alien.

Which Raymond wrote the novel The Big Sleep?
A: Chandler.


Which film company merged with Time Inc in 1989 to make Time Warner?
A: Warner Brothers.

In which city was the music industry's Brill Building?
A: New York City.

How is Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation better known?

The deepwater port of Alicante was built in which country?
A: Spain.

Who did Michael Jackson marry in May 1994?
A: Lisa Marie Presley.

Which US colonel featured in the 'Irangate' court trials?
A: North.

James Baulmgarner changed his name slightly to become which actor?
A: James Garner.

In 1930 which comic duo made the film Another Fine Mess?
A: Laurel & Hardy.

Who did Neil Diamond duet with on the 70s No 1 You Don't Bring Me Flowers?
A: Barbra Streisand.