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Q: Which US state is home to the highest mountain peak outside Alaska?
A: California (Mt. Whitney)
Q: Who sang the theme song of the Bond film “For Your Eyes Only”?
A: Sheena Easton
Q: Who played the role of Shoeless Joe Jackson in the 1989 movie “Field of Dreams”?
A: Ray Liotta
Q: What is the name of Dr. Evil’s cat in the movie “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery”?
A: Mr. Bigglesworth
Q: What US city is located near Lackland Air Force Base?
A: San Antonio
Q: What tree appears on the national flag of Lebanon?
A: Cedar tree
Q: In Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland”, what does the bottle marked “Drink Me” do?
A: Shrinks you
Q: Besides corn, what’s the other principal ingredient in succotash?
A: Lima beans
Q: Which historic event was the subject of the 1958 movie “A Night to Remember”?
A: Sinking of the Titanic
Q: What year marked the first appearance of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?
Q: What was the first ever animated film to be nominated for the Best Picture Oscar?
A: Beauty and the Beast
Q: At what university did Tiger Woods play collegiate golf for two years before turning pro?
Q: The Canadian Province of Saskatchewan shares its southern border with which two US states?
A: Montana and North Dakota
Q: The ancient city of Troy was located in what is now what country?
Q: What nationality was the chemist Alfred Nobel?
Q: What musician founded the “Barking Pumpkin” record label?
A: Frank Zappa
Q: In 1939, Buck Ewing became the first Major League Baseball player from what position elected to the Hall of Fame?
Q: On which wedding anniversary would you buy your partner something made of leather?
Q: What cartoon character often promised that he would gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today?
Q: For what movie did Humphrey Bogart win his only Oscar?
A: The African Queen
Q: Who voiced Esmeralda in the 1996 Disney movie “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”?
A: Demi Moore
Q: Which flower is also known as the “Lent Lily”?
A: The daffodil
Q: In the children’s toe-counting rhyme, what did the third little piggy have?
A: Roast Beef
Q: Which actor appears in both the 1968 and 1999 versions of the movie “The Thomas Crown Affair”?
A: Faye Dunaway
Q: In what year was Billy the Kid born?
Q: What animated movie takes its name from a Yiddish word meaning monster?
Q: What is the largest member of the deer family living in the US?
A: the moose
Q: What instrument did Sting play with the band “The Police”?
A: Bass guitar