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100

What were Laurel and Hardy's first names?

Stan and Oliver

100

On a pirate ship, whose job included maintenance of the ship's hull?

Boatswain

100

What does M.C. stand for in M.C. Escher's name?

Maurits Cornelis

100

What fruit comes in Chubby Gray and Jubilee variety?

Watermelons

100

In what US state are submarine sandwiches traditionally called "po' boys"?

Louisiana

200

Which fashion designer is known for his red-soled shoes?

Christian Louboutin

200

Why did famous Civil War photographer Mathew Brady go broke?

No one wanted to remember the war

200

What is the term for a thin, opaque coat of paint or layer of shading applied to give a softer or duller effect?

Scumble - A technique in which the coating is opaque, and is painted on thinly to allow bits of the paint below to shine through.

200

What do you call an organ that produces gametes?

Gonad

200

In California, you can’t legally buy a mousetrap without having what?

Hunting license

300

Who sang "Singing in the Rain"?

Gene Kelly

300

During what years were Thomas Jefferson nickels made with siver?

1942 to 1945 -- Due to a wartime shortage of nickel metal, nickel coins were minted using 35% silver, 56% copper and 9% manganese.

300

Who painted the famous work of art known as "The Death of Socrates"?

Jacques-Louis David

300

Zymology, also known as zymurgy, is the study of what?

Fermentation

300

What kind of natural disaster destroyed three of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World?

Earthquakes

400

What actor played the role of Dr. Frederick Frankenstein in the 1974 film "Young Frankenstein"?

Gene Wilder

400

Which kind of bulbs were once exchanged as a form of currency?

Tulips

400

According to Exodus, what is the eighth plague of Egypt?

Locusts

400

What do ladybugs feed on during hibernation?

Stored fat

400

How many states does Yellowstone National Park cover?

Three -- Wyoming is home to 96% of the park, including the famed Old Faithful geyser, but 1% is in Idaho, and 3% is in Montana.

500

What TV show, sequel to an ABC sitcom that ended in 1995, was released by Netflix on February 26, 2016?

Fuller House

500

What was the first product to have a barcode?

What was the first product to have a barcode?HISTORYWrigley's gum

500

According to Greek mythology, who was the first woman on earth?

Pandora

500

Chorophobia is fear of what?

Dancing

500

In what country is the Bataan Peninsula?

The Philippines

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