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Mixed Trivia Questions

written by: triumph
 
A collection of interesting, but unrelated hard trivia questions on a variety of topics.

Question 1:


The Hundred Years' War -- a series of related conflicts between France and England, started in 1337 and lasted how many years?
116
100
115
117

Question 2:


In the 1957 movie classic, "12 Angry Men," after a preliminary vote it becomes clear that only one of the jurors, Davis, does not see the "open and shut" nature of the case. What is Davis' juror number and what is his profession?
Juror #12, an advertising executive
Juror #2, a bank clerk
Juror #8, an architect
Juror #10, a garage owner

Question 3:


According to Luke 6:13, Jesus "called unto him his disciples, and of them he chose twelve, whom also he named apostles." Which one did Jesus not choose?
Mark
Thaddaeus
Thomas
Judas Iscariot

Question 4:

Listen to the sound clip
Listen to the audio and name the performer.
Phil Collins
David Bowie
John Lennon
Freddie Mercury


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Question 5:


In 1867, Alfred Nobel introduced the first Pyrotechnic Fuse blasting cap, using what primary explosive to detonate dynamite?
Black powder
Hydrogen peroxide
Mercury fulminate
Lead azide

Question 6:

View the provided image.
Name the American actor seen on the photo.
Tommy 'Tiny' Lister
Forest Whitaker
Carl Weathers
Michael Clarke Duncan


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Question 7:


Buddhism, a religion and philosophy based on the teachings of Siddhārtha Gautama, traces its origins to which country?
India
China
Taiwan
Thailand

Question 8:


How many stars are there on the flag of New Zealand?
4
6
0
22

Question 9:

View the provided image.
What 1980s movie is the depicted scene from?
Krull
The NeverEnding Story
Labyrinth
Willow


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Question 10:


German-born princess, Sophie Augusta Fredericka of Anhalt-Zerbst, reigned as Empress of what country, from June 28, 1762 until her death?
France
Russia
England
Austria

Question 11:

View the provided image.
The Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde supersonic transport made its first scheduled flight on January 2st, of what year?
1970
1976
1971
1969


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Question 12:

View the provided image.
Which of the following lakes in not one of the five Great Lakes of North America?
Lake Erie
Lake Ontario
Lake Victoria
Lake Huron


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Question 13:


Until its replacement by the EMS scale, the Medvedev-Sponheuer-Kárník scale was the most commonly applied scale in Europe, used to measure what?
Ultraviolet radiation
Hurricane intensity
Earthquake intensity
Wind speed

Question 14:

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In the 1990 movie "Goodfellas," little Henry admired the gangsters of what New York City crime family?
Lucchesse
Colombo
Bonanno
Gambino


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Question 15:


Name the legislative branch of the federal government of the United States.
The Supreme Court
The Congress of the United States
The House of Representatives
The Senate

 


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