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  100   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
For my 100th matching quiz, I have found a few people associated with the number 100 for you. Enjoy!
Easier, 10 Qns, reedy, Mar 10 21
reedy gold member
Mar 10 21
806 plays
  "100" And Counting   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
To commemorate my 100th quiz online, please answer these questions that have to do with the number 100. Enjoy.
Average, 10 Qns, fredsixties, Apr 02 20
Apr 02 20
4477 plays
  And Then There Were 99   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
Many people do a special quiz when they reach 100. I chose to do something special to celebrate my 99th quiz.
Average, 15 Qns, bookworm78, Oct 25 19
Oct 25 19
3731 plays
  Gone in Sixty Seconds   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
If you play this quiz fast enough, you might just make it through in sixty seconds. But feel free to take your time and explore the use of the number 60 in several fields, while playing this quiz.
Easier, 10 Qns, James25, Apr 02 23
James25 gold member
Apr 02 23
974 plays
  That '70s Quiz   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a general quiz covering ten categories all somehow related to the number 70. What's so special about the number 70 you ask? Enjoy this quiz and find out! After all, if 7 is lucky, then 70 is ten times as much!
Average, 10 Qns, mcdubb, Feb 25 14
mcdubb gold member
1159 plays
  Something About Sixty    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
When I turned 60, my husband and I decided to change our lives. We retired and moved to a beautiful city by the sea and we are happy since then.
Average, 10 Qns, masfon, Nov 30 20
masfon gold member
Nov 30 20
603 plays
  Ninety-Nine Point Nine Degrees Hot   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Many quizmakers create something special for their 100th quiz. I've decided to get in early. For my 99th, here are ten questions relating to the number 99.
Average, 10 Qns, darksplash, Apr 25 11
3609 plays
  Counting Up To Eighty   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 20 Qns
Identify the number by the clues. Clues can be descriptive, from pop culture, etc. but they all relate to a common number in some way. A sequel to "Counting Up To Sixty", this is numbers 61-80.
Easier, 20 Qns, Sprink1234, Jun 10 23
Jun 10 23
1476 plays
  Two Plus Two Is One Hundred    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is my 100th quiz and the questions or answers will pertain to the number 100 in some aspect or the other.
Average, 10 Qns, downscope, Jun 14 19
Jun 14 19
4517 plays
  All About 100: Mickey's 100th Quiz    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
To celebrate my 100th published quiz, here are some questions that all involve 100. They could be history, geography, movies, literature, anything.
Average, 10 Qns, mickeygreeneyes, Sep 01 19
Sep 01 19
4119 plays
trivia question Quick Question
Who starred in a late 1960s TV series called "The Second Hundred Years"?

From Quiz "My 100th Quiz! All About One Hundred!"

  My 100th Quiz! All About One Hundred!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz represents a milestone in my Fun Trivia "career"! So here are ten questions in various categories, all relating in some way to the number 100! Enjoy!
Average, 10 Qns, Bob9491, Oct 09 23
Oct 09 23
727 plays
  Fifty-One   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here is my fifty-first quiz and it is all about the number 51! How original is that, eh?
Average, 10 Qns, spanishliz, Nov 14 12
spanishliz editor
795 plays
  Lost in Area 51   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
It's not just about THE Area 51; we will study the number 51 and others like it.
Average, 10 Qns, mike32768, Oct 11 18
mike32768 gold member
Oct 11 18
1524 plays
  Your Majesty... My Telegram, Please?   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I'm sure that it must have been done before but for this quiz, my 100th, I thought I'd have a quick look at this number and its relevance to a range of examples across the trivia spectrum.
Average, 10 Qns, SisterSeagull, Mar 14 16
SisterSeagull gold member
332 plays
  100 Ways to Start a Fire   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 25 Qns
Whilst we are now beyond the figure, this quiz, about things related to the number 100, is a dedication to Phoenix Rising's 100th team quiz.
Tough, 25 Qns, tazman6619, Feb 26 19
tazman6619 gold member
Feb 26 19
212 plays
  Counting Up To One Hundred   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 20 Qns
Identify the number by the clues. Clues can be descriptive, from pop culture, etc. but they all relate to a common number in some way. A sequel to "Counting Up To Eighty", this is numbers 81-100.
Average, 20 Qns, Sprink1234, Mar 02 24
Mar 02 24
902 plays
  The 100 quiz    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Since this is my 100th quiz for Funtrivia I decided to write a quiz with the theme 100. I do hope that you enjoy it.
Average, 10 Qns, Serenesh, Nov 19 20
Serenesh gold member
Nov 19 20
296 plays
  Sixty Nine, Dude!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A quiz based on Bill and Ted's favorite number. Ten different questions about things related to the number 69.
Average, 10 Qns, parrotman2006, Apr 18 21
parrotman2006 gold member
Apr 18 21
181 plays
  All About the 88s    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Over time, many things in history and pop culture have had an association with the number 88. Here are questions on ten of them.
Average, 10 Qns, Spaudrey, Nov 10 19
Nov 10 19
258 plays
  Five Seven    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
See how many associations you can find for the number 57: in business, sports, easy math, entertainment, and languages, among other areas. Good luck, and have fun!
Average, 10 Qns, shorthumbz, May 16 23
shorthumbz gold member
May 16 23
463 plays
  All About 99    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The number '99' appears a lot around the world. These random facts will really test your general knowledge.
Average, 10 Qns, tishwhin, Jan 09 24
Jan 09 24
481 plays

51-100 Trivia Questions

1. What film won the most awards at the 69th Annual Academy Awards show in March 1997?

From Quiz
Sixty Nine, Dude!

Answer: The English Patient

"The English Patient" won nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director (Anthony Minghella) and Best Supporting Actress (Juliette Binoche as Hana). The films tells the story of a British aristocrat archeologist during the 1930s and World War II. It stars Ralph Fiennes, Kristin Scott Thomas and Binoche. "English Patient" also won for Best Original Score, Best Sound, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design and Best Film Editing. "Fargo" (1996) won Best Actress (Frances McDormand) and Best Screenplay (Coen Brothers). "Shine" (1996) won best Actor for Geoffrey Rush. And "Jerry Maguire" won Best Supporting Actor for Cuba Gooding, Jr.

2. "Looking 50 is great, if you're 60". Which famous American actress, writer and comic presenter coined this phrase?

From Quiz Something About Sixty

Answer: Joan Rivers

American actress, producer and comic presenter Joan Alexandra Molinsky (1933-2014), known as Joan Rivers, gained prominence as a guest on the "Tonight Show". She was the first woman to present an evening talk show on television: "The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers", 1986. She became known as a comic actress, for her bitter and self-deprecating statements and for not sparing politicians and celebrities.

3. In 1949, an automobile company introduced the model Eighty Eight, and it remained in production for over fifty years, ending in 1999. Often matched with sub-names, including Royale and Delta, which auto manufacturer made the Eighty Eight?

From Quiz All About the 88s

Answer: Oldsmobile

Oldsmobile Eighty Eight was their most popular model for twenty five years. The high performance V8 engine used early on makes some people consider the Eighty Eight the first muscle car.

4. Which British born American entertainer who often appeared with Bing Crosby, and is famous for his wide travel to entertain troops all over the world during the Second World War, lived to be 100?

From Quiz The 100 quiz

Answer: Bob Hope

Bob Hope was born as Leslie Townes in Eltham South East London England. He married Delores in 1934 and they remained married until 2003 when he died. Bob starred in 54 feature movies, and was a well loved stand up comedian and compere. His work during World War II travelling the world to visit Allied troops abroad is legendary.

5. Who was the original host of the game show "1 vs 100"?

From Quiz My 100th Quiz! All About One Hundred!

Answer: Bob Saget

Bob Saget hosted the original version of "1 vs 100" which aired on NBC from 2006 to 2008. Game Show Network aired reruns in 2009, then revived the show with a new version in 2010 hosted by "Dancing With The Stars" judge Carrie Ann Inaba. That version aired until January 2011 when Carrie Ann opted not to return as host. The game involved pitting a player against 100 other players known as "The Mob". Players answered a series of multiple choice questions. Anyone missing a question was eliminated. The single player "The 1" had several options available with regard to the Mob.

6. Martin Luther's "Theses"; Disney/Pixar's Lightning McQueen; aka Windows 4.0; E.E. Cummings' "Poems" (1958). What number is related to these clues?

From Quiz Counting Up To One Hundred

Answer: 95

Martin Luther's document known as "The Ninety-Five Theses", written in 1517, was a catalyst for the Protestant Reformation. In the Disney/Pixar film, "Cars", Lightning McQueen bears the number 95. Known as Windows 4.0 in development, Microsoft changed the name to Windows 95 when the software was released. E.E. Cumming's "95 Poems", published in 1958, was the last book of poems published before his death.

7. Platinum wedding anniversary; minimum age for a septuargenarian; Mark McGwire's 1998 homerun total; a sitcom starring Topher Grace. What number is related to these clues?

From Quiz Counting Up To Eighty

Answer: 70

Traditionally, the 70th wedding anniversary is called the platinum anniversary. Septuargenarians are people aged 70-79. The memorable 1998 baseball season saw 2 players break Roger Maris' homerun record of 61. Mark McGwire ended the season on top with 70 homeruns. Topher Grace starred in the sitcom "That 70's Show".

8. Which actor, who earlier made a splash as Willie Mays Hays in "Major League", began his run as an action hero by playing an undercover operative who tried to thwart a terrorist hijacking in "Passenger 57"?

From Quiz Five Seven

Answer: Wesley Snipes

"Passenger 57" (1992) was Wesley Snipes' breakout starring role. Prior to "57", he had played a series of supporting roles and second leads in such films as "Mo' Better Blues", "New Jack City", and "White Men Can't Jump". After "57" he went on to star in "Rising Sun", "To Wong Foo ...", "Murder at 1600", and the "Blade" vampire-hunter films. His film career was sidetracked, however, in the mid-2000s by a series of legal troubles, including a 2008 conviction on multiple counts of failing to file US federal income tax returns.

9. The element on the periodic table with the atomic number 51 is represented by the symbol Sb, and is described as toxic and a metalloid. What is its name?

From Quiz Fifty-One

Answer: Antimony

The symbol is derived from the Latin name for antimony, which is stibium. It is useful in the making of flame retardant materials and lead-acid batteries. China leads in the production of antimony, by a large margin. The symbols for the incorrect choices are: mercury Hg, tin Sn and tungsten W.

10. In a non-leap year what is the 100th day on the Gregorian calendar?

From Quiz "100" And Counting

Answer: April 10

Thirty one days in January, twenty eight in February, and thirty one in March total ninety days, so April 10 is the correct answer. Some of the more interesting occurrences in history happened on April 10. During the 20th century, in 1912 The RMS Titanic set sail from Southampton, England for her fateful voyage, "The Great Gatsby" was published on this date, in 1963, the USS Thresher, a nuclear submarine, sinks killing 129 U.S. sailors, and in 1998 The Belfast Agreement was signed, a major political development in the Northern Ireland peace process. Some famous people born on this date in the 20th Century include American actor Harry Morgan of "M*A*S*H" fame in 1915, actor Chuck Connors (The Rifleman) in 1921, Swedish actor Max Von Sydow in 1929, Egyptian actor Omar Sharif in 1932, coach of American Football and sports commentator John Madden in 1936, Irish television presenter Gloria Hunniford in 1940, and American actor Steven Seagal in 1951 among others. Deaths on this date in the 20th Century include French film pioneer Auguste Lumiere in 1954, Stuart Sutcliffe, an original member of The Beatles in 1962, English writer Evelyn Waugh in 1966, and American comedian Sam Kinison in 1992.

11. Area 51, a US Department of Defense and Air Force base in Nevada, is notoriously suspected of harboring what?

From Quiz Lost in Area 51

Answer: Evidence of space aliens

Area 51 is located at on the southern edge of Groom Lake (a large, dry, salt flat) in southern Nevada. It is the subject of all kinds of conspiracy theories about its hiding of space aliens and their ships. While the alien conspiracies are interesting, more likely Area 51 is simply "just" a test range for advanced aircraft. Reportedly, its first use as such was in 1955 when Lockheed located its "Skunk works" there for the design of the U2 spy plane.

12. The song "99 Red Balloons" is fun and catchy, but is actually a protest song. What German singer is credited with singing it?

From Quiz And Then There Were 99

Answer: Nena

The song was originally known as "99 Luftballons" and sung in German. The lyrics talked about ninety-nine balloons released into the air, only to be misconstrued as an invasion, so the military takes action. It was a protest against the unnecessary force often used by military forces. Whether you care more about the message or the fun tune, "99 Red Balloons" is a great song!

13. What Roman military rank was held by an officer who commanded 100 men?

From Quiz All About 100: Mickey's 100th Quiz

Answer: centurion

The word is derived from the Latin "centum" (hundred). In the New Testament, a centurion commands the detail of Roman soldiers who are carrying out the crucifixion of Jesus. It was the centurion who commanded Simon of Cyrene to help Jesus with the cross.

14. The original section of Interstate 69 runs between what two US cities?

From Quiz Sixty Nine, Dude!

Answer: Port Huron MI and Indianapolis

The original section of I-69 was built between 1966 and 1982. It stretches from the Blue Water Bridge on the Michigan-Ontario border down to Indianapolis, 356 miles away. Interstate 69 is known as the NAFTA Superhighway, and is built in ten sections across Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennesee, Mississippi and Texas. The sections together are just around 870 miles. The southernmost section is near the US-Mexico border in Laredo, Texas. Wildwood to Slidell is Interstate 59. Erie to Charleston is Interstate 79. Albert Lea to Port Arthur is US Route 69, built between 1926 and 1935.

15. In what year was the 60th anniversary of the Queen Elizabeth II's coronation celebrated?

From Quiz Something About Sixty

Answer: 2013

On June 2, 2013, Queen Elizabeth II, her husband, other members of the royal family and several dignitaries, participated in a religious service at Westminster Abbey to mark the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation. Although she took the throne on February 6, 1952 and was proclaimed queen shortly after the death of her father, George VI, the coronation only took place in 1953, after the period of mourning, according to protocol.

16. One of the most common references to the number 88 is the number of keys on a standard piano. The keys are separated between black and white, but how many of the 88 keys are white keys?

From Quiz All About the 88s

Answer: 52

52 white keys interspersed with 36 black keys create the musical instrument invented in 1700 by Bartolomo Christofori. There are seven full octaves of 12 notes apiece, with an extra C note on top and three notes on the bottom to make 88.

17. Which singer sang 'It took a hundred years to make that oak tree grow'?

From Quiz The 100 quiz

Answer: Joe Brown

Joe Brown, backed by his band The Bruvvers had a big hit in 1962 with the song 'It Only Took a Minute'. The first line was the sentence in the question, but he went on to sing 'but it only took a minute baby to fall in love with you'. Joe started his career in the late 1950s and it amused him to tell people that the Beatles once opened for him.

18. Who performed '99 Red Balloons', an anti-war protest song?

From Quiz All About 99

Answer: Nena

The German band Nena performed this song originally as '99 Luftballons'. The guitarist wrote it after seeing a lot of balloons being released and thinking they looked like a UFO.

19. After the death of the mythological figure Argus, the goddess Hera preserved all one hundred of his eyes and placed them in the feathers of which beautiful bird?

From Quiz Your Majesty... My Telegram, Please?

Answer: Peacock

Argus, a giant in the service of the goddess Hera, was responsible for protecting a white heifer from the amorous attentions of her husband Zeus. Hera, discovering that the heifer was the beautiful nymph Io, sent Argus to prevent her from falling pregnant by her husband. Zeus, the leader of the Olympian gods sent Hermes to slay Argus. Hermes lulled Argus to sleep with beautiful music and then cut out his eyes and struck him dead with a stone. After this act had been carried out Hera retrieved his eyes and placed them within the tail feathers of the Peacock.

20. NASCAR's Dale Jarrett and Dale Earnhardt, Jr.; keys on a modern standard piano; significant "Back to the Future" speed; LPGA's Kathy Whitworth's career wins. What number is related to these clues?

From Quiz Counting Up To One Hundred

Answer: 88

Both Dales have driven the number 88 car - Jarrett for Robert Yates and Earnhardt, Jr. for Hendrick Motorsports. There are 88 keys on a modern standard piano - 52 white and 36 black. Doc's Delorean needed to reach 88 mph in order to travel through time in the movie franchise "Back to the Future". Kathy Whitworth set the record for career LPGA wins at 88 in 1985.

21. Squares per chess board; "Commodore" computer; NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, 1985; a 1967 song by The Beatles. What number is related to these clues?

From Quiz Counting Up To Eighty

Answer: 64

A chess board has 64 total squares. The Commodore 64 computer was introduced in 1982. The NCAA expanded the Men's Basketball Tournament to 64 teams in 1985. "When I'm Sixty-Four" was written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon and appeared on the album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band".

22. What is the Roman numeral for 57?

From Quiz Five Seven

Answer: LVII

The basic Roman numerals are I=1; V=5; X=10; L=50; C=100; D=500; and M=1000. Thus, the Roman numeral for 57 represents 50+5+1+1, or LVII. The incorrect options are LXII=62; XLVII=47; and CVII=107.

23. I've always considered 1951 to be a very good year - after all, it is when I was born! Who amongst these famous people shares my year of birth?

From Quiz Fifty-One

Answer: Kurt Russell, actor

My first memories of Kurt Russell are from the TV series "The Travels of Jamie McPheeters" when he and I were both about twelve years old. He played the son of "Doc" McPheeters, played by Dan O'Herlihy and had many adventures as they travelled west by wagon train. Charles Bronson and a number of the Osmond brothers also appeared. The other choices all share a 17 March birthday with Kurt, but in different decades. Kantner was born in 1941, Siemaszko in 1961 and Mueller in 1971.

24. In 1451, this world explorer, made famous by his voyages for Spain, was born in Genoa, Italy.

From Quiz Lost in Area 51

Answer: Christopher Columbus

Of course, it was Christopher Columbus. All the others listed were born in Spain. Columbus, though revered by many, is not without his detractors. Many of the pre-trip calculations he made about his planned journey across the Atlantic were inaccurate, and his presence amongst the indigenous people of the West Indies was devastating, for the harsh treatment they received, but worse, for the deadly diseases to which they were exposed.

25. How fast can you get this one? How much is 100 times 100 times 100?

From Quiz All About 100: Mickey's 100th Quiz

Answer: 1,000,000

Another way of expressing this is 100 cubed.

26. Who recorded the 1985 hit song "Summer of 69"?

From Quiz Sixty Nine, Dude!

Answer: Bryan Adams

"Summer of '69" was done by Canadian rock star Bryan Adams as part of his 1985 album "Reckless." It rose as high as number five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and was also a hit in several other countries. The song took a while to become a classic, however. It was written by Adams and Jim Vallance. Adams was born in 1959, so the songs lyrics, if they are autobiographical, do not refer to the actual summer of 1969. The part about the guitar is probably true. Chartattack, a Canadian music magazine, listed the song as number four on its list of "The 50 Best Canadian Singles of All Time" in 2000. The song came out in June 1985. Adams did have a number one that summer, "Heaven."

27. When completing 60 years of marriage, the Diamond Wedding is celebrated. What is the number of the chemical element that makes up diamonds?

From Quiz Something About Sixty

Answer: 6

Carbon is a chemical element with symbol C and atomic number 6. The atoms of carbon can combine in diverse ways, resulting in several allotropes of carbon, the main ones being diamond and graphite. The physical properties of carbon vary depending on its allotropic form. For example, while graphite is opaque, black and soft, the diamond is transparent and hard.

28. In the story of the sleeping beauty the princess slept for one hundred years. Who composed the music to the ballet 'Sleeping Beauty'?

From Quiz The 100 quiz

Answer: Tchaikovsky

The 'Sleeping Beauty Ballet' which was choreographed by Marius Petipa is always very popular around Christmas. It was first performed in the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia. Many leading ballerinas have danced the part of Aurora, the princess, including Margot Fonteyn and Monica Mason.

29. There are 196 countries in the world. Therefore the 100th largest is a medium sized country. Which African country holds the distinction of being the 100th largest in area?

From Quiz 100 Ways to Start a Fire

Answer: Benin

Benin is a long north-south orientated country formerly called Dahomey in West Africa. It is bordered by Togo to the west, Nigeria to the east, Burkina Faso and Niger to the north. It is a flat country with most of its 11 million people living on the sandy plain near the country's 75km shoreline with the Bay of Benin. This question was mapped out by Phoenix Rising team member 1nn1.

30. What singer-songwriter scored a top 15 country hit with a song called "One Hundred Children"?

From Quiz My 100th Quiz! All About One Hundred!

Answer: Tom T. Hall

According to the Billboard "Book of Top 40 Country Hits", Tom T. Hall's "One Hundred Children" entered the Country chart on January 9, 1971 and peaked at number 14. Prior to that he had scored his first number one single ("A Week In A Country Jail"). Most of his songs were stories, many based on personal experiences, thus earning him the nickname "The Storyteller". He would go on to have six number ones himself, plus a song he wrote called "Little Bitty" that Alan Jackson took to the top spot in 1996.

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