Top 100 Quiz Questions of Avakin life

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Q1. Which 2002 musical won the best picture, Oscar?
A)     The pianist
B)     Gangs of New York
C)     Chicago
Ans: C

Q2. Bret Michaels, who won “the celebrity apprentice 3”. Was a member of what 1980’s hairband?
A)     Van Halen
B)     Poison 
C)     Iron maiden
Ans: B

Q3. What is the currency used in Ghana?
A)     Lempira
B)     Cedi
C)     Leri
Ans:  B

Q4. Which actress wore a bridal style, high-fashion, stunning white gown at the 2005 golden globes?
A)     Alicia silver stone
B)     Gwyneth Paltrow
C)     Uma Thurman
  Ans: C  

Q5. Which of the popular artist has played at the venue in Avakin life? 
A)     Dead Mau five
B)     Chambers
C)     Scooter
 Ans: B

Q6. What is the number song of 1991?
          A)     Puff daddy can’t nobody hold me down
          B)      Cher believes
          C)     Next too close 
Ans: B

Q7.    What the year was the fashion house Coco Chanel established?
        A)      1929
        B)      1909
        C)      1919
Ans: B

Q8. Which of these songs did not feature in the soundtrack of the movie Marry Poppins?  
       A)     Stay Awake
       B)     No way to stop it
       C)     The life I lead
Ans: B

Q9. What band did author Anthony Burgess originally go to play drags on the screen in a clockwork orange?
      A)     The Beatles
      B)     The grateful dead
      C)     The rolling stones
Ans: C

Q10.  In what year was the fashion house Giorgio Armani established?
      A)     1953
      B)     1963    
      C)     1973
Ans: C

Q11. Which Sondheim a musical show did Hal prince not direct?
    A)     Passion
    B)     Sweeney Todd
    C)     Follies
Ans: A

Q12. In which decade was platform shoes popular?
    A)     1980’s
    B)     1960’s
    C)     1970’s
Ans: C

Q13. Who won the first of her Wimbledon singles title in 1966?
    A)     Billie jean king  
    B)     Leslie Allen
    C)     Roberta Baumgardner
Ans: A

Q14. Name the movie - John Cleese place a tough boss charged with running a British zoo?  
    A)     Fierce Creatures
    B)     Dave
    C)     Splitting hairs
Ans: A

Q15. Wagner composed which of these musical operas?
     A)     Parsifal
     B)     Eugene onegin
     C)     Boris god unov
Ans: A

Q16. What was Channing Tatum before he became an actor?
      A)     Director
      B)     Singer
      C)     Model
Ans: C

Q17. Feline means relating to what sort of animal?
      A)     Dog
      B)     Gorilla
      C)     Cat
Ans: C

Q18. In the 1980s from which UTOO album are the songs “with or without you”.  In God's country”.” I still haven’t found what I am looking for” and “ exist “from?
       A)     The unforgettable fire
       B)     War
       C)     The Joshua trees
Ans: C

Q19. Who asks the wizard for a brain in the Wizard of Oz?   
      A)     The cowardly lion
      B)     The Scarecrow
      C)     The tin men
Ans: B

Q20. What is the main ingredient used in guacamole?
      A)     Pasta
      B)     Meat
      C)     Avocado
Ans: C

Q21.  What is the name of the main female character in the musical “Beauty and the Beast “?
      A)     Belle
      B)     Mary
      C)     Carrie
Ans: A

Q22. Ambergris is a valuable ingredient in perfume, but where does it come from?
      A)     The orchid flower
      B)     Wolf scent glands  
      C)     The digestive system sperm whales
Ans: C

Q23. What is the currency used in Malaysia?
     A)     Ringgit
     B)     Cordoba
     C)     Rufiyaa
Ans: A

Q24. In which decade was chloroform used as an anesthetic for the first time?
      A)     1860’s
      B)     1820’s
      C)     1840’s
Ans: C

Q25. What year was polo fashion founded?   
      A)     1968
      B)     1973       
      C)     1974
Ans: A

Q26. What city did the director actually use as the backdrop for the original Robocop?
     A)     Detroit
     B)     Dallas
     C)     Philadelphia
Ans: B

Q27. A what is the current land speed record?
     A)     2002mph
     B)     763mph
     C)     556mph
Ans: B

Q28. The Elvis Presley hit “surrender” was based on an Italian song from which decade?
     A)     1890’s
     B)     1910’s 
     C)     1940’s
Ans: B

Q29. Who wrote the music for Disney’s  Aida?
      A)     Phil Collins
      B)     Sting
      C)     Alton John
Ans: C

Q30. Who did the Packers beat in the 1997 super bowl?
      A)     The Jets
      B)     The Patriots
      C)     The riders
Ans: B

Q31. Which actress wore a high fashion minimalist white tom ford gown and a matching cape to the Oscar’s in 2012?
      A)     Blythe Danner
      B)     Gwyneth Paltrow     
      C)     Scarlet Johansson
Ans: B

Q32. Who won the most NBA championships in the ’90s?
       A)     The Houston Rockets
       B)     The Chicago Bulls
       C)     The L.A. Lakers
Ans: B

Q33. Who was then appointed as a creative director for the women’s collections at the Louis Vuitton in 2013? 
      A)     Edouard Schneider   
      B)     Nicholas ghesquier
      C)     Marc Jacobs
Ans: B

Q34. Who wore a Versace red cloak- cape outfit accompanied by someone dressed like the pop at the 2012 Grammy’s?
     A)     Nicki Minaj
     B)     Rihanna
     C)     Lady Gaga
Ans: A

Q35. What was the first Disney animated movie to be adapted for the Broadway stage?
      A)     Aladdin
      B)     The little mermaid
      C)     Beauty and the beast
Ans: C

Q36. In the 1980s, who sang “forever young”?
      A)     Eddie Rabbit
      B)     Rod Stewart
      C)     Gary U.S. Bonds
Ans: B

Q37. Which Rodgers and Hammerstein's show did Howard Keel not perform in on Broadway?
      A)     Oklahoma  
      B)     The sound of music
      C)     Carousel
Ans: B

Q38. Ganymede is a moon of which planet?
      A)     Mercury
      B)     Jupiter
      C)     Earth
Ans: B

Q39. What is the capital of Ireland? 
      A)     Dhaka
      B)     Dili
      C)     Dublin
Ans: C

Q40. Julie Andrews stars as a woman who becomes a governess to the children of a naval officer’s widower in which 60’s musical?
      A)     The sound of mountain
      B)     The sound of nuns
      C)     The sound of music 
Ans: C

Q: 41 In what year was the fashion house Versace established?
      A)      1968
      B)      1978
      C)      1958
Ans: B

Q: 42 Which show takes place at the Kit Kat Klub?   
      A)      Follies
      B)      Smokey Joe’s Caff
      C)      Cabaret
Ans: A

Q: 43: What was Oscar Hammerstein II’s final lyric?
      A)      Edelweiss
      B)      Climb Every Mountain
      C)      The lonely Goatherd
Ans: A

Q: 44: In what year was Christian Dior nominated for a Bafta for Best Costume for the Arabesque?
      A)      1963
      B)      1967
      C)      1965
Ans: B

Q:45: In which decade was oil discovered in the North Sea?   
      A)      1960s
      B)      1940s
      C)      1950s
Ans: A

Q: 46: Which character does Gillian Jacobs play in the TV show “Community”?
     A)      Britta Perry
     B)      Pierce Hawthorne
     C)      Shirley Bennett
Ans: A

Q: 47: How many Islands are in Fiji?
     A)      332
     B)      341    
     C)      328
Ans: A

Q: 48: Which of these fashion trends came first?
     A)     Platform shoes
     B)      Big Shoulder pads
     C)      Hot pants
Ans: C

Q: 49: Who paired her pastel-flecked chiffon Grecian gown with a simple metallic belt at the 1975 Oscars?
      A)      Karen Kopin's
      B)      Lauren Hutton
      C)      Weruschka von Lehndorff
Ans: B

Q: 50: In 1965 Yves Saint Laurent designed a collection as an homage to which famous artist?
      A)      Vincent van Gogh
      B)      Piet Mondrian
      C)      Jackson Pollock
Ans: B

Q: 51: The movie ‘Goodfellas’ is based on a book called wise written by which crime writer?
      A)      Mickey Spillane
      B)      Mario Puzo
      C)      Nicholas Pileggi
Ans: C

Q: 52: What was the number one song of 1999?
      A)      Cher Believe
      B)      Next too close
      C)      Puff Daddy cant Nobody hold me down
Ans: A

Q: 53: When was the first Ikon collection released in Avakin life?
      A)     December 2013
      B)     June 2015
      C)     November 2016
Ans: B

Q: 54: Giorgio Armani, the Italian fashion house, was endorsed by which of these Celebrities?
      A)      Andy Dick
      B)      Drew Barrymore  
      C)      David Beckham
Ans: C

Q: 55: How is Donna Karen’s fashion label better known as?
      A)      Fossil. Inc.
      B)      DKNY
      C)      Guess
Ans: B

Q: 56: Who was the fellow actor that’s the roommate of Mel Gibson’s in college?
      A)      Warren Beatty
      B)      Geoffrey Rush
      C)      Ed Harris
Ans: B

Q: 57: Who attended the 2009 Academy Awards in a purple strapless dress with a split at the thigh?
      A)      Mary J. Blige
      B)      Alicia Keys
      C)      Ashanti
Ans: B

Q: 58: Who had hit in 1986 with the song “Who's Johnny”?
     A)      Janet Debarge
     B)      LaToya Debarge
     C)      ElDebarge
Ans: C

Q: 59: What is the name of the Canadian actress and a singer that plays Elsa in the 2018 Broadway musical “Frozen”?
      A)      Caissie Levy
      B)      Patti Murin
      C)      Ann Sanders
Ans: A

Q: 60: What’s the capital of Mexico?
      A)      Luanda
      B)      Mexico City
      C)      Rabat
Ans: B

Q: 61: What shoes did Elvis Presley famously tell people not to step on?
      A)      Flippers
      B)      Blue Suede Shoes
      C)      Flip Flops
Ans: B

Q:62: In what year was the iconic British brand Burberry founded?
      A)      1856
      B)      1876
      C)      1866
Ans: A

Q63. Ben Sherman is a clothing brand. In which year was it founded?
       A)      1963
       B)      1969
       C)      1966
Ans: 1963

Q:64. Who appeared on a red carpet in 2006 wearing a strapless gown with layers of tulle and tartan?
      A)      Kim Cattrall
      B)      Sarah Jessica Parker
      C)      Cynthia Nixon
Ans: B

Q:65. When was the first London Fashion Week?
      A)      1984
      B)      1990
      C)      1975
Ans: A

Q:66. In what year was ‘Pong’, the first-ever video game released?   
      A)      1972
      B)      1977
      C)      1975
Ans: A

Q: 67: Ethan Hawke plays which character in Before sunrise?
      A)      Hanno
      B)      Celine
      C)      Jesse
Ans: C

Q: 68: How many candles are there in total in the Avakin life’s Kumala Restaurant social space?
      A)      22
      B)      20
      C)      18
Ans: A

Q: 69: What is the name of the famous chef who in 1933 was the first woman to earn 3 Michelin stars?
      A)      Marguerite Bise
      B)      Eugenie Brazier
      C)      Anne-Sophie Pic
Ans: B

Q: 70: Who wrote the music for Disney’s ‘Aida’?
       A)      Phil Collins
       B)      Sting
       C)      Elton John
Ans: C

Q: 71: In what year was Pocahontas released?
       A)      1941
       B)      1973
       C)      1995
Ans: C

Q: 72: How many bones does an adult human body have?
       A)      206
       B)      208
       C)      202
Ans: A

Q: 73: The celebrity who designed a perfume called Glow is _
       A)      Kate Moss
       B)      Jennifer Lopez   
       C)      Gina Gershon
Ans: B

Q: 74: What appeared on the stage during Miss Saigon?
       A)      Helicopter
       B)      Glider
       C)      Plane
Ans: A

Q: 75: Ol’ Mam River’ comes from which musical?
        A)      Showboat
        B)      Snowshoes
        C)      Show hat
Ans: A

Q: 76: Which role did Angela Lansbury not play on Broadway?
        A)      Mame
        B)      Mrs. Lovett
        C)      Mama Rose
Ans: B

Q: 77: Anheuser-Busch, the American brewery company, was endorsed by which of these celebrities?
        A)      Lance Armstrong
        B)      Rhea Durham
        C)      Mike Comrie
Ans: A

Q: 78: What is Chanel fashion house founder Coco Chanel’s real first name?
        A)      Gabrielle
        B)      Sofia
        C)      Lauren
Ans: A

Q: 79: Which item of clothing is great at keeping you dry in wet weather?
        A)      Shoes
        B)      Socks
        C)      Anorak
Ans: C

Q: 80: Who asks the wizard for a brain in the Wizard of Oz?
        A)      The Tin Man
        B)      The Cowardly Lion
        C)      The Scarecrow
Ans: C

Q: 81: In what year was the planet Neptune discovered?
        A)      1856
        B)      1846
        C)      1866
Ans: B

Q: 82: Which of these is an American fashion designer born in 1963?
        A)      Marc Anthony
        B)      Marc Jacobs
        C)      Marc Gasol
Ans: B

Q: 83: How many carriages are there in the Avakin Express social space?
       A)      3
       B)      1
       C)      2
Ans: C

Q: 84: Who played the male lead in the 1968 film ‘Funny Girl’?
        A)      Peter O’Toole
        B)      Alec Guinness
        C)      Omar Sharif
Ans: C

Q: 85: Who co-starred with Ethel Merman in the 1936 movie the musical, ‘Anything Goes’?
       A)      Gene Kelly
       B)      Fred Astaire
       C)      Bing Crosby
Ans: C

Q: 86: What is the currency used in the Gambia?
       A)      Gourde
       B)      Dalasi
       C)      Shekel
Ans: B

Q: 87: What famous actor did an uncredited voice-over for Elvis Presley in Forrest Gump?
       A)      Kurt Russell
       B)      Bruce Campbell
       C)      Harvey Keitel
Ans: A

Q: 88: How many meters is the highest point of Mount Kilimanjaro?
       A)      4507m
       B)      5895m
       C)      3922m
Ans: B

Q: 89: What is the currency used in Mozambique?
       A)      Birr
       B)      Pula
      C)      Metical
Ans: C

Q: 90: In what year was Pocahontas released?
       A)      1973
       B)      1941
       C)      1995
Ans: C

Q: 91: The Broadway musical ‘Cats’ was first shown in which year?
       A)      1988
       B)      1992
       C)      1982
Ans: C

Q: 92: Where was the energy drink with the slogan ‘It give you wings’ first produced?
        A)      United States
        B)      United Kingdom
        C)      Austria
Ans: C

Q: 93: The will smith movie I, Robert expanded on a short story of the same name by what authors?    
        A)      Isaac Asimov
        B)      Robert A. Heinlein
        C)      Arthur C. Clarke
Ans: A

Q: 94: In the 1970s who blew out his flip-flops when he stepped on a pep talk?
        A)      Stephen Bishop
        B)      James Taylor
        C)      Jimmy Buffet
Ans: C

Q: 95: Animal which eats both plants and other animals are known as what?
        A)      Carnivores
        B)      Herbivores
        C)      Omnivores
Ans: C

Q: 96: Which punk rocked the band wrote the music and lyrics for the Broadway musical ‘American Idiot’?
         A)      The Friday night Boys
         B)      Kids in Glass Houses
         C)      Green Day
Ans: C

Q: 97:  In 1986 Tom Cruise starred in which romantic military action drama film as Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell?
        A)     The Last Samurai
        B)     Mission Impossible
        C)      Top Gun
Ans: C

Q: 98: Which item of food is Not orange?
         A)      Pumpkins
         B)      Carrots
         C)   Spinach
Ans: C

Q: 99: Which of these colors is also the name of a fruit?
      A)      Orange
      B)      Purple
      C)      Pink
Ans: A

 Q: 100.  1969 western True Grit is based on a book by what author?
       A)     Zane Grey
       B)     Charles Portis
       C)     Clay Moore
Ans: B

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