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The 90s

written by: silverqueen
 
The world was introduced to Harry Potter and the ashes of the creator of Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry was put into orbit from a Pegasus rocket. Everyone knew the zip code of Beverly Hills was 90210, thanks to Arron Spelling, and Mariah Carey became the best selling female artist of all times. It's not been that long ago, so check inside and see how many facts, faces and fads you remember from the 90s.

Question 1:


The 1998 film, There's Something About Mary, helped make this model turned actress one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood. Who said "Is that ...is that hair gel"?
Cameron Diaz
Drew Barrymore
Reese Witherspoon
Hilary Swank

Question 2:


This world famous haute couture designer moved to Miami when he was selected as the costume designer for Miami Vice. What designer was gunned down outside his house by spree killer Andrew Cunanan?
Ferre
Givenchy
Gucci
Versace

Question 3:


On June 17, 1994 actor and football legend O. J. Simpson, instead of turning himself into the authorities to be charged for the murder of his wife Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman, led the police on a slow speed chase on Interstate 405. O. J. Simpson was a passenger in the white Ford Bronco. Who drove the white Bronco?
Robert Shapiro
John McKay
Robert Kardashian
Al Cowlings

Question 4:


Always a bridesmaid and never a bride. No more! What daytime soap actress won an Emmy
for her role as Erica Kane on her 19th try?
Eileen Fulton
Melody Thomas Scott
Jeanne Cooper
Susan Lucci

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These toys were introduced at the 1993 New York Toy Fair. What is the name of the cute toys made by Ty INC with such names as Brownie the Bear and Patti the Platypus?
Cabbage Patch Dolls
Beanie Babies
Furbies
Charmkins


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Monica Lewinsky met her 'friend' on January 13, 1998 at the Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City to discuss her relationship with President William Clinton. What is the name of the friend who wore a wire and gave her tapes to Special Counsel Ken Starr?
Kathleen Willey
Linda Tripp
Lucianne Goldberg
Paula Jones


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Question 7:


Many in Hollywood were nervous when this lady was arraigned on charges of pandering and tax evasion on August 9, 1993. Who was known as the Hollywood Madam or Madam to the Stars?
Mona Stangley
Polly Adler
Heidi Fleiss
Sydney Biddle Barrows

Question 8:


On April 21, 1997 this golfer become the youngest golfer to win the U. S. Masters at the age of 21.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


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It takes a lot to shock the audience of Saturday Night Live but the performers, live audience and the television audience were stunned when Sinead O'Conner tore up a photo of this man during the her performance of the song War. Whose photo did Sinead O'Conner tear up and throw towards the camera?
President William Clinton
Cardinal Cushing
Pope John Paul II
President George Bush


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Question 10:


Which of these movies won all five of the top categories: Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director and Best Screenplay?
Forrest Gump
Schindler's List
The English Patient
Silence of the Lambs

Question 11:


May 10, 1996 is considered the single deadliest day in the history of Mount Everest. Eight people lost their lives, including famed Everest mountain guides Rob Hall and Scott Fischer. Outside Magazine had contracted a writer to be a part of Rob Hall's accent of Mount Everest. What writer turned his experience on Mount Everest into the non-fiction bestseller Into Thin Air?
Anatoli Boukreev
Jon Krakauer
Sebastian Junger
Beak Weathers

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The Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards are to 'advance the status of fashion design as a branch of American art and culture'. This designer was well known among 'the ladies who lunch' but Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City made his name known to millions of views. Carrie said, "I've spent $ 40,000 on shoes and I have no place to live. I will literally be the old woman who lives in her shoes". What 1990 designer won the Fashion Council Award for Accessory?
Sam and Libby
Tods
Manolo Blahnik
Stuart Weitzman


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Although this television show that debuted on September 10, 1993 had a famous tagline, sometimes other taglines were used. What television show that introduced agents Mulder and Scully used a tagline "erehT tuO sI hturT ehT" and "All Lies Lead To The Truth"?



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This rapper was shot to death just after he left a Mike Tyson fight at the MGM Grand. He was shot while riding in a car with Suge Knight.
Biggie Smalls
Blu Crush
Tupac Shakur
Jam Master Jay


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