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
- Lana Lang.
- Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo, with 823 words.
- The Little Engine that Could.
- A Study In Scarlet, in 1887.
- Nathanial Hawthorne.
- Sebastian Melmoth.
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, the creator of Tarzan, who became a corporation in 1923.
- Russian Wassily Kandinsky.
- Little Lulu.
- 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.
- Dick Tracy.
- 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.
- Carl Sandburg, in 1899,
- The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.