Trivia List

In 1789, who lead the mutiny on the Royal Navy vessel HMS Bounty?
In what month does the Oktoberfest in Munich begin?
Which two baseball teams played in the 2000 World Series, sometimes called the “Subway Series”?
Referring to factory made clothing, what is the meaning of the French fashion term “Pret Apporter”?
The epic poem, “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”, was written by which English poet?
Inferior, superior, & fata morgana are different types of what optical illusion?
In 1993, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, and Ryan Gosling joined what variety show?
Completed in 1844, The Count of Monte Cristo is an adventure novel by which French author?
“After all, tomorrow is another day!” was the last line from which 1939 Oscar winning film?
What type of number has no factors other than 1 and itself?
What was Walt Disney’s original name for Mickey Mouse before his wife convinced him to change it?
On the periodic table of elements, which element has the shortest name?
With a latitude of 41° 17′ South, what is the southernmost capital city in the world?
In Darts, what is the highest possible score using three darts?
After Board Walk and Park Place, what is the next most expensive property in the game Monopoly?
The Equator passes through which three countries in South America?
Which planet’s moons are nearly all named after Shakespearean characters?
Chico’s Bail Bonds is the sponsor of what fictional movie little league team?
What is the term for a non-Jew who performs services for a Jew on the Sabbath?
Menlo Park New Jersey was home to which inventors research laboratory?