Pub Quiz Questions and Answers - Quiz 4

The Quiz

These ninety questions can be used for your quiz nights at a local pub or even quiz nights arranged at your local sports and social club. The quiz has is divided into six sections, with ten questions in the first five being specialized topics with the final ten questions testing your general knowledge. The specialized topics sections are:

Which Year

Duos

Mixed Bag

Numbers

Show Songs

Which Movie

Soap Box

True/False

Who Said

The answers are at the end of the hub, so test your friends and above all, have some fun!

Which Year Did These Events Happen - Questions

Match the Duos - Questions

  1. Barbara Bach - ?
  2. Jackie Bouvier – ?
  3. Q – ?
  4. Darcy – ?
  5. Starsky – ?
  6. Josephine – ?
  7. Victoria – ?
  8. Antony – ?
  9. Paris – ?
  10. John Smith - ?

Mixed Bag Questions

  1. In which UK city is Arthur’s Seat?
  2. Where was the first Butlin’s holiday camp located?
  3. Which radio DJ was nicknamed ‘fluff’?
  4. Who played the air raid warden in Dad’s Army?
  5. What kind of animals are auctioned at Tattersall’s?
  6. In which country was Carl Jung born?
  7. What was launched by Hugh Hefner in 1953?
  8. What does the Japanese word ‘Kamikaze’ translate as in English?
  9. In the Bond film Die Another Day which singer played the part of a fencing instructor?
  10. Oakland is connected by bridge to which Californian city?

Numbers Questions

  1. How many planets are there in our solar system? (excluding dwarf planets)
  2. How many chromosomes does a human being have?
  3. How many minutes does it take light from the sun to reach the earth?
  4. How many countries are there is the world today?
  5. How many pints are there in a litre?
  6. How many countries are in the Euro Zone?
  7. How many teeth does an average adult have?
  8. How many wives did Henry VIII kill?
  9. How many zeros are in a googol?
  10. How many legs does a caterpillar have?

Show Songs - Guess Which Show the Song Comes from - Questions

  1. If ever I would leave you - is from which show?
  2. Consider yourself –
  3. Can you feel the love tonight –
  4. Don’t rain on my parade –
  5. All I Ask of You –
  6. Maria –
  7. The Winner Takes It All -
  8. On the street where you live –
  9. Any dream will do –
  10. Writing’s on the wall –

Which Movies do these Pics come from - Questions

Soap Box - Questions

  1. ‘Every Loser Wins’ was a hit record for which member of the EastEnders cast?
  2. Who is the only remaining original character in Coronation Street?
  3. Which soap has featured the Grant, Dixon and Corkhill families?
  4. In which soap could the residents have visited the surgery of now retired Dr Legg?
  5. What was the fictional location for the Midlands motel Crossroads?
  6. The fictitious Hollyoaks Village is close to which real city?
  7. Who was Sam Mitchell’s first husband?
  8. From EastEnders who made her West End debut in My Fair Lady in 2001?
  9. Which underground station is just off Albert Square?
  10. What was the occupation of Curly Watts’s wife Emma?

True/False - Questions

  1. Annapurna is the world’s third highest mountain. –
  2. Texas is America’s largest state. –
  3. France is more than twice the size of the UK. –
  4. Mars is smaller than Mercury. –
  5. Tony Blair was born in Scotland. –
  6. A Hoopoe is a bird. –
  7. The Seychelles are in the Pacific Ocean. –
  8. American consumers eat more chocolate than the British. –
  9. Rod Stewart is older than Mick Jagger. –
  10. Concorde was faster than the Eurofighter. -

Who Said? - Questions

  1. It is a far, far better thing I do, than I have ever done.
  2. Frankly my dear I don’t give a damn.
  3. Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country.
  4. One small step for man and one giant leap for mankind.
  5. I had a dream.
  6. This lady’s not for turning.
  7. The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow.
  8. If you can dream it, you can do it.
  9. I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be ugly.
  10. I believe alien life is quite common in the universe, although intelligent life is less so. Some say it has yet to appear on planet Earth.

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Which Year Answers

  1. 1963 John Kennedy
  2. 1912 Titanic
  3. 2003 Columbia
  4. 1989 Berlin Wall Down
  5. 2004 Tsunami
  6. 1969 Moon landing
  7. 2001 World Trade Centre
  8. 1997 DVD
  9. 1980 John Lennon Death
  10. 2013 Andy Murray Wimbledon

Duos Answers

  1. Barbara Bach - Ringo Starr
  2. Jackie Bouvier – JFK/Onassis
  3. Q – James Bond
  4. Darcy – Elizabeth Bennet
  5. Starsky – Hutch
  6. Josephine – Napoleon
  7. Victoria – Albert
  8. Antony – Cleopatra
  9. Paris – Helena
  10. John Smith - Pocahontas

Mixed Bag Answers

  1. In which UK city is Arthur’s Seat? Edinburgh
  2. Where was the first Butlin’s holiday camp located? Skegness
  3. Which radio DJ was nicknamed ‘fluff’? Alan Freeman
  4. Who played the air raid warden in Dad’s Army? Bill Pertwee
  5. What kind of animals are auctioned at Tattersall’s? Racehorses
  6. In which country was Carl Jung born? Switzerland
  7. What was launched by Hugh Hefner in 1953? Playboy magazine
  8. What does the Japanese word ‘Kamikaze’ translate as in English? Devine wind
  9. In the Bond film Die Another Day which singer played the part of a fencing instructor? Madonna
  10. Oakland is connected by bridge to which Californian city? San Fransisco

Numbers Answers

  1. How many planets are there in our solar system? (excluding dwarf planets) 8
  2. How many chromosomes does a human being have? 46
  3. How many minutes does it take light from the sun to reach the earth? 8
  4. How many countries are there is the world today? 196
  5. How many pints are there in a litre? 1.76
  6. How many countries are in the Euro Zone? 19
  7. How many teeth does an average adult have? 32
  8. How many wives did Henry VIII kill? 2
  9. How many zeros are in a googol? 100
  10. How many legs does a caterpillar have? 16

Show Songs Answers

  1. If ever I would leave you – Camelot
  2. Consider yourself – Oliver
  3. Can you feel the love tonight – The Lion King
  4. Don’t rain on my parade – Funny Girl
  5. All I Ask of You – Les Miserables
  6. Maria – West Side Story
  7. The Winner Takes It All - Mamma Mia
  8. On the street where you live – My Fair Lady
  9. Any dream will do – Joseph
  10. Writing’s on the wall – Spectre

Movies - Answers

  1. West Side Story
  2. No Country for Old Men
  3. Gravity
  4. Out of Africa
  5. The Sting
  6. The Silence of the Lambs
  7. Schindlers List
  8. The Artist
  9. The Hurt Locker
  10. Ben Hur

Soap Box - Answers

  1. ‘Every Loser Wins’ was a hit record for which member of the EastEnders cast? Nick Berry
  2. Who is the only remaining original character in Coronation Street? Ken Barlow
  3. Which soap has featured the Grant, Dixon and Corkhill families? Brookside
  4. In which soap could the residents have visited the surgery of now retired Dr Legg? EastEnders
  5. What was the fictional location for the Midlands motel Crossroads? Kings Oak
  6. The fictitious Hollyoaks Village is close to which real city? Chester
  7. Who was Sam Mitchell’s first husband? Ricky Butcher
  8. From EastEnders who made her West End debut in My Fair Lady in 2001? Martine McCutcheon
  9. Which underground station is just off Albert Square? Walford East
  10. What was the occupation of Curly Watts’s wife Emma? Policewoman

True/False - Answers

  1. Annapurna is the world’s third highest mountain. – False
  2. Texas is America’s largest state. – False
  3. France is more than twice the size of the UK. – True
  4. Mars is smaller than Mercury. – False
  5. Tony Blair was born in Scotland. – True
  6. A Hoopoe is a bird. – True
  7. The Seychelles are in the Pacific Ocean. – False
  8. American consumers eat more chocolate than the British. – False
  9. Rod Stewart is older than Mick Jagger. – False
  10. Concorde was faster than the Eurofighter. - True

Who Said - Answers

  1. It is a far, far better thing I do, than I have ever done. Sydney Carton
  2. Frankly my dear I don’t give a damn. Rhett Butler
  3. Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country. John F Kennedy
  4. One small step for man and one giant leap for mankind. Neil Armstrong
  5. I had a dream. Martin Luther King
  6. This lady’s not for turning. Margaret Thatcher
  7. The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow. Bill Gates
  8. If you can dream it, you can do it. Walt Disney
  9. I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be ugly. Winston Churchill
  10. I believe alien life is quite common in the universe, although intelligent life is less so. Some say it has yet to appear on planet Earth. Stephen Hawking

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