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100

Who was the energetic dancer who sang and danced to “Singing in the Rain”?

 

Gene Kelly. He was an American actor, dancer, singer, filmmaker, and choreographer. He was known for his energetic and athletic dancing style, his good looks, and the likable characters that he played on screen 

100

Which U.S. president did African-American editor Monroe Trotter claim to be a direct descendent of?

Thomas Jefferson. 

100

What do you call it when a bowler makes three strikes in a row?

Turkey.


100

What was the name of the scary movie by Alfred Hitchcock with the famous shower scene at the Bates Motel?

Psycho.

100

A dog sweats through which part of its body?

Its paws. 


100

How much was the average slice of diner pie in 1965?

35 cents.

200

What was the name of the English four-piece group out of Liverpool in the 60s?    

The Beatles

200

What did the U.S. Postal Service add in 1963 that is part of every address today?

Zip codes

200

What does NBA stand for?

National Basketball Association

200

Which famous actor said “ Play it again Sam” in the movie “Casablanca”?

Humphrey Bogart

200

 What’s the only mammal that’s able to fly?

Bat

200

Who was the first person of color in the US to make commercial records?

George Washington Johnson

300

Who made famous the songs Ramblin Rose & Mona Lisa?

Nat King Cole

300

What explorer introduced Italians to spaghetti in the 14th century?

Marco Polo.


300

 In motor racing, what color is the flag they wave to indicate the winner?

Checkered 

300

Which Hollywood actress married the Prince of Monaco?

Grace Kelly

300

What color is the tongue of a giraffe?

Purple. 


300

What kind of accident rendered actor Christopher Reeves paralyzed?

Horseback riding accident

400

Which famous singer of the 40s and 50s had the nickname 'Ol' Blue Eyes'?

Frank Sinatra

400

What did JFK refer to in noting: "This is a new ocean, and I believe the U.S. should sail it"?

Space

400

What’s the national sport of Canada?

Lacrosse.


400

Who was a swimmer who became a famous film star she was known as Americas Mermaid?

Esther Williams


400

What animal is the largest mammal in the world?

Blue Whale

400

As of 2021, how many American citizens were officially retired?

69 million!

500

Tony Bennett had a 1951 Number 1 hit with the song "Cold, cold ____"?

Heart

500

What British royal was dubbed "Fish Face" by his wife?

Prince Charles. 

500

What NFL team was originally called the ‘New York Titans’?

The New York Jets.

500

Which famous actor played Inspector Clouseau in the “Pink Panther”?

Peter Sellers

500

Which animal is known to spend 90% of its day, sleeping?

Koalas

500

What disease can be caused by a lack of Vitamin C?

Scurvy
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