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Here's a list of Trivia Categories with Questions and Answers

Book Trivia Questions

Q: Who wrote the novel "Moby-Dick"?

A: Herman Melville

Q: How many books are in the Chronicles of Narnia series?

A: 7

Q: What was the name of Captain Nemo's submarine in "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea"?

A: The Nautilus

Q: Which of the following is the world's best-selling book?

A: The Lord of the Rings

Q: In the Lord of the Rings, who is the father of the dwarf Gimli?

A: Gloin

Q: By what nickname is Jack Dawkins known in the Charles Dickens novel, 'Oliver Twist'?

A: The Artful Dodger

Q: What is the name of the three headed dog in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone?

A: Fluffy

Q: What is the name of the protagonist of J.D. Salinger's novel Catcher in the Rye?

A: Holden Caulfield

Q: The book "Fahrenheit 451" was written by whom?

A: Ray Bradbury

Q: In which classic novel is there a character named Homer Simpson?

A: The Day of the Locust


Film Trivia Questions

Q: Which of the following was not one of "The Magnificent Seven"?

A: Clint Eastwood

Q: What was the title of the first Bond movie, released in 1962?

A: Dr. No

Q: Which iconic character is featured in movies such as "The Enforcer", "Sudden Impact", and "The Dead Pool"?

A: Dirty Harry

Q: In the 1994 movie "Speed", what is the minimum speed the bus must go to prevent to bomb from exploding?

A: 50 mph

Q: True Or False - "Minions" was released on the June 10th, 2015.

A: FALSE

Q: In the 1995 film "Balto", who are Steele's accomplices?

A: Kaltag, Nikki, and Star

Q: What Queen song plays during the final fight scene of the film "Hardcore Henry"?

A: Don't Stop Me Now

Q: For the film "Raiders of The Lost Ark", what was Harrison Ford sick with during the filming of the Cairo chase?

A: Dysentery

Q: In the 2014 film "Birdman", what is the primary instrument in the score?

A: Drums

Q: True Or False - The original ending of "Little Shop Of Horrors" has the plants taking over the world.

A: TRUE

Music Trivia Questions

Q: What is not a wind instrument?

A: Viola

Q: True Or False - In 2015, David Hasselhof released a single called...

A: True Survivor

Q: Which of these aliases has NOT been used by electronic musician Aphex Twin?

A: Burial

Q: Which artist collaborated with American DJ Dillon Francis to release the song 2016 "Need You"?

A: NGHTMRE

Q: "Drink the Sea" is an album by which electronic music artist?

A: The Glitch Mob

Q: In 2006, which band released their debut album "A Fever You Can't Sweat Out"?

A: Panic! At the Disco

Q: True Or False - Pink Guy's debut album was "Pink Season".

A: FALSE

Q: The Who's eponymous line, "Teenage Wasteland", appears in which of their songs?

A: Baba O' Riley

Q: Which of the following songs did Elton John perform following Princess Diane's passing?

A: Candles in the Wind

Television Trivia Questions

Q: Which company has exclusive rights to air episodes of the "The Grand Tour"?

A: Amazon

Q: In Supernatural, what's  Sam's brother’s name?

A: Dean

Q: What is the surname of the character Daryl in AMC's show The Walking Dead?

A: Dixon

Q: What is the name of the main character in "The Flash" TV series?

A: Barry Allen

Q: True Or False - In Battlestar Galactica (2004), Cylons were created by man as cybernetic workers and soldiers.

A: TRUE

Q: True Or False - Who was the winner of the 2016 WWE Royal Rumble?

A: Triple H

Q: True Or False - The Klingon home planet is Qo'noS.

A: TRUE

Q: Which of the following actors portrayed the Ninth Doctor in the British television show "Doctor Who"?

A: Christopher Eccleston

Q: Which actor portrays "Walter White" in the series "Breaking Bad"?

A: Bryan Cranston

Q: Which boxing personality was one of the presenters in the 1999 revival of It's a Knockout?

A: Frank Bruno

Science & Nature Trivia Questions

Q: What is the "powerhouse" of the Eukaryotic animal cell?

A: Mitochondria

Q: What is the elemental symbol for mercury?

A: Hg

Q: What is the scientific name of the knee cap?

A: Patella

Q: If you planted the seeds of Quercus robur what would grow?

A: Trees

Q: What is the atomic number of the element Strontium?

A: 38

Q: The asteroid belt is located between which two planets?

A: Mars and Jupiter

Q: True Or False - An average human can go two weeks without water.

A: FALSE

Q: Which planet did the "Viking 1" spacecraft send surface images of, starting in 1976?

A: Mars

Q: What do you study if you are studying entomology?

A: Insects

Q: The medial meniscus forms which part of what joint in the human body?

A: Knee

Sports Trivia Questions

Q: Which of the following sports is not part of the triathlon?

A: Horse-Riding

Q: What cricketing term denotes a batsman being dismissed with a score of zero?

A: Duck

Q: In baseball, how many fouls are an out?

A: 0

Q: The F1 season of 1994 is remembered for what tragic event?

A: Death of Ayrton Senna (San Marino)

Q: Which team was the 2015-2016 NBA Champions?

A: Cleveland Cavaliers

Q: True Or False - In association football, or soccer, a corner kick is when the game restarts after someone scores a goal.

A: FALSE

Q: Who won the 2015 College Football Playoff (CFP) National Championship?

A: Ohio State Buckeyes

Q: When was the first official international game played?

A: 1872

Q: In bowling, what is the term used for getting three consecutive strikes?

A: Turkey

Q: Who is often called "the Maestro" in the men's tennis circuit?

A: Roger Federer

Animal Trivia Questions

Q: What does "hippopotamus" mean and in what language?

A: River Horse (Greek)

Q: True Or False - The Ceratosaurus, a dinosaur known for having a horn on the top of its nose, is also known to be a descendant of the Tyrannosaurus Rex.

A: FALSE

Q: True Or False - An octopus can fit through any hole larger than its beak.

A: TRUE

Q: True Or False - Kangaroos keep food in their pouches next to their children.

A: FALSE

Q: True Or False - "Kamea," the Gilbertese Islander word for dog, is derived from the English phrase "Come here!"

A: TRUE

Q: What do you call a baby bat?

A: Pup

Q: True Or False - The Platypus is a mammal.

A: TRUE

Q: Which of these species is not extinct?

A: Komodo dragon

Q: What is the name of the copper-rich protein that creates the blue blood in the Antarctic octopus?

A: Hemocyanin

Q: What is the name of a rabbit's abode?

A: Burrow

Vehicles Trivia Questions

Q: The Italian automaker Lamborghini uses what animal as its logo?

A: Bull

Q: Which Italian city is home of the car manufacturer 'Fiat'?

A: Turin

Q: Which of the following passenger jets is the longest?

A: Boeing 747-8

Q: Which of the following car models has been badge-engineered (rebadged) the most?

A: Isuzu Trooper

Q: Which of these is NOT a car model produced by Malaysian car manufacturer Proton?

A: Kelisa

Q: True Or False - The full English name of the car manufacturer BMW is Bavarian Motor Works

A: TRUE

Q: Automobiles produced by Telsa Motors operate on which form of energy?

A: Electricity

Q: Which Variable Valve Timing technology is used by BMW?

A: VANOS

Q: True Or False - The General Motors EV1 was the first street-legal production electric vehicle.

A: FALSE

Q: What are the cylinder-like parts that pump up and down within the engine?

A: Pistons