trivia

In the X Files what is Mulder's first name?

A: Fox.

Which of the Beatles was the first to be widowed?

A: Paul McCartney.


Which Menacing US sitcom was screened as Just Dennis in the UK?

A: Dennis The Menace.


In which country were the 1996 Olympic Games held?
A: United States.



In Mask Jim Carrey starred as someone working where?

A: A bank.





Who had a 70s No 1 with If You Leave Me Now?

A: Chicago.



What is the postal abbreviation for Indiana?

A: IN.



Which Jeff starred in The Fabulous Baker Boys?

A: Bridges.



IN 1998 actor James Brolin married which singer / actress?

A: Barbra Streisand.



Bill Clinton was Governor of which state when he became President?

A: Arkansas.



Wichita international airport is in which US state?

A: Kansas.



The Dalai Lama fled which country in the 50s?

A: Tibet.



In 1998 Celine Dion and R Kelly sang I'm Your what?

A: Angel.



In which decade did Boris Yeltsin come to power?

A: 1990s.



Woody Allen was born in which decade of the 20th century?

A: 30s.



Which series with Ellen DeGeneres as originally called These Friends of Mine?

A: Ellen.



Which Spanish Salvador was a surrealist artist?

A: Dali.



Which country does golfer Ben Crenshaw come from?

A: USA.



Who had a 70sNo 1 hit with Stayin' Alive?

A: The Bee Gees.



What type of curtain divided eastern and western Europe during the cold war?

A: Iron.



Bandleader Edward Ellington was known by what nickname?

A: Duke.



Which state is called the Garden state?

A: New Jersey.



What did Cecil B de Mille make?

A: Movies.



Which star of Shakespeare in Love guest-edited the magazine Marie Claire?

A: Gwyneth Paltrow.



What was added to Stevie Wonder's name when he was a youngster?

A: Little.