Free Trivia Questions and Answers About The Arts - Scroll Down for Answers
What is the name of Dr. Seuss's egg-hatching elephant?
Who was Clark Kent's high school sweetheart?
What novel contains the longest sentence in literature?
What famous book begins: Chug, chug, chug. Puff, puff, puff?
What was the first published Sherlock Holmes story written by Sir
Arthur Conan Doyle?
To whom did Herman Melville dedicate his novel, Moby Dick?
What was the name of the girlfriend of Felix the Cat?
Under what assumed name did Oscar Wilde live out the last three
years of his life, in "France?
What was Scarlett O'Hara's real first name?
Who was the first writer to incorporate himself?
How many years did Robinson Crusoe spend shipwrecked on his
The title of what artist's painting was used to name the Blue
Rider (Blaue Reiter) school of German expressionist painters?
George G. Moppet was the father of what comic strip character?
What one word was intentionally left out of the movie version of
Mario Puzo's novel, "The Godfather". even though this word was the
working title of the book?
Ernest Hemingway once wrote that a man must do four things in his
life to demonstrate his manhood. What were they?
In the comic strips, what was the name of Mandrake the Magician's
Where did Samuel Clemens get the idea for his pseudonym, Mark
What was the name of the pig leader in George Orwell's Animal
Tess Trueheart is the wife of what comic strip character?
In the Little Orphan Annie comic strip, what was the name of
Daddy Warbucks's Giant bodyguard who wore a turban?
What comic strip character was named after heavyweight boxing
champion James J. Jeffries?
The Terror of the Monster was an early title for a best-selling
novel which inspired one of the highest-grossing movies of the
mid-70's. Under what name did it eventually terrify the reading and
film going public?
Who wrote the story upon which Alfred Hitchcock based his 1963
suspense film The Birds?
What famous American writer was granted a patent for a
best-selling book that contained no words?
Where will you find a 24-foot long, 3,500-pound aluminum lipstick
tube mounted on a caterpillar tractor tread?
What famous American poet was a West Point cadet for two weeks,
but was forced to leave after failing arithmetic and grammar?
The Emerald City was the working title of which classic novel?
Answers to Free Trivia Quiz
Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo, with 823 words.
The Little Engine that Could.
A Study In Scarlet, in 1887.
Edgar Rice Burroughs, the creator of Tarzan, who became a
corporation in 1923.
Russian Wassily Kandinsky.
Plant a tree, fight a bull, write a book, and have a son.
It was the river call used by boatmen on the Mississippi to
signify two fathoms of water.
Jeff, of Mutt and Jeff.
Daphne du Maurier, best known for Rebecca.
Mark Twain. It was a Self-Pasting Scrapbook containing blank
pages coated with a gum veneer.
On the Yale University campus in New Haven, Connecticut-- it's a
sculpture donated by pop artist Claes Oldenburg.