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Trivia Results & New Quizzes
January 16th, 2020

I've got a fun treat today - Disney Animation Trivia from a game my wife and I played last night.

I also created two new study guide quizzes (links below).

Note: These questions are not my own and are shared for entertainment purposes only. Please do not reuse without permission from Sunset Trivia

#1. Firsts: Released in 1937, what was the first full-length animated film from Walt Disney Productions?
#2. Awards: In "Cars", what was Lightning McQueen attempting to become the first rookie to win?
#3. Lyrics: What song contains the following lyrics? "So dontcha sit there slack-jawed, buggy-eyed. I'm here to answer all your midday prayers"
#4. Characters: In "Coco", what character, voiced by Benjamin Bratt, was the most famous musician in the history of Mexico and Miguel's idol?
#5. Novels: What 1963 film was based on the first book of T. H. White's tetralogy "The Once and Future King"?
#6. Villians: In "Tarzan", what was the name of the intelligent and suave, yet arrogant and treacherous, hunter, who guides the Porters on their quest?
#7. Supporting Characters: What film includes Amos Slade, Widow Tweed, and Vixey among its cast of supporting characters?
#8. New Characters: In "Toy Story 4", what was the name of the amiable Canadian daredevil toy with a white outfit, a horseshoe mustache, and a toy motorcycle?
#9. Pubs: In "Tangled", what was the name of the pub filled with menacing thugs where Flynn takes Rapunzel in an effort to discourage her into returning home?
#10. Schools: In "Big Hero 6", what school did Tadashi attend?
#11. Bugs: In "A Bug's Life", what were the names of the twin pillbug brothers from Hungary?
#12. Music: Who sang "Why Should I Worry?" from "Oliver & Company"?
#13. Animals: What was the name of the Old English Sheepdog in "101 Dalmations" (1961)?
#14. "Fantasia": What Roman god of wine is depicted in the "Pastoral" segment of the film?
#15. "Sleeping Beauty": What two items do the fairies give Phillip before his battle with Maleficent?
#16. Geography: In "Up", in what country are Paradise Falls, the location which Carl and Ellie pooled their savings to visit before Ellie got sick?
#17. Aliens: In "Lilo & Stitch", what experiment number is Stitch?
#18. Ratings: What was the first Pixar film to receive a PG rating?

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Pub Trivia Results
January 15th, 2020

We had a good game and took first, but missed a few questions we should have known. We watched the show that was the answer for #1 and still couldn't come up with the result! ๐Ÿ˜ก
Some interesting questions from last night are below.

Note: These questions are not my own and are shared for entertainment purposes only. Please do not reuse without permission from Sunset Trivia

#1. TV: Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell starred in what Showtime series about management consultants which aired five seasons between 2012 and 2016?
#2. Movies: Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn were nominated for Best Actor and Best Actress for what 1951 film?
#3. NHL: What team won three Stanley Cups in the 2010s decade which just ended?
#4. Movies: What Academy Award winning actor voiced theater owning koala Buster Moon in "Sing" (2016)?
#5. Geography: What state's poulation decreased from 12.83 million in the 2010 census to 12.67 million in the most recent census estimate (July 2019), losing more residents than any other state?

Weekly Trivia Post
January 13th, 2020

This week's trivia is available, and I also threw together a quick study guide for foreign words and phrases.

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Back from Vacation
January 10th, 2020

I hope everyone had a great holiday season and New Year celebration. I spent my time celebrating with friends in Austin and Dallas, and then with family in New York. I'm back now and I'm focusing on new trivia questions for 2020, so you may not see a lot of new quizzes in the future, but I have one to share today. If there is anything you'd like me to add then please let me know.

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New TV Quizzes
December 27th, 2019

There are so many shows out there that it's tough to keep track of them all. I put these two quizzes together to try to help.

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In addition to all of the links available under the "Study Guides" link, this site contains five different styles of study material available under the "Trivia Games" link:

Full Game: These are multiple-choice quizzes with four possible answer choices that include all questions in a given set.

20Q Game: These are similar to full games, but for quizzes larger than 20 questions it will randomly select 20 questions from within the set. This is a quick way to get in some studying of a topic.

Note: Most targetted quizzes will repeat answers in "Full Game" mode. The purpose of this site is to "Study", so this is meant to help reinforce trivia that you get wrong. Questions in 20Q mode will not repeat, nor will they in custom question quizzes.

Flash Card Game: This is an even quicker way to study a topic and without any hints from multiple-choice options. It presents the questions and gives you the option to click either the question itself or a button at the bottom of the screen to display the answer. Once the answer is showing, you can either click it to advance to the next question or click a button at the bottom of the screen. I like to keep my mouse mid-screen and keep clicking to quickly cycle through these questions. They will appear in a random order and all questions in a given set will be displayed before they recycle.

Study Mode Game: This is probably the fastest way to skim a topic. It will display all questions on one page, and you can click each question to reveal the answer (or click a button at the top of the page to show all answers). Once the answer is showing you can click it for detailed information about the answer (if available), then click it (or the popup) to hide this information.
The questions in "Study Mode" are presented in random order, so they will be in a different order every time you "Study".


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