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General Knowledge Quiz #75

Answer these random trivia questions.
Last updated: July 28, 2015
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Where was the Fresh Prince born and raised?
West Philadelphia
In what sport might you see a Triple Axle?
Figure Skating
Who is Tarzan's girlfriend?
What country produces the most olive oil?
What Disney film features a princess named Merida?
What city-state defeated Athens in the Peloponnesian War?
What is a Teeter-Totter more commonly called?
What musician was known as "The Man in Black"?
Johnny Cash
Who composed "The Marriage of Figaro"?
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
What is "flu" short for?
Heirloom, Roma, and Pear are types of what?
Who wrote "Leaves of Grass"?
Walt Whitman
What is the name of Lord Grantham's estate?
Downton Abbey
What company is responsible for 20% of South Korea's GDP?
What space telescope has been in orbit since 1990?
What company makes the fragrance No. 5?
The song "Gangnam Style" was about a neighborhood in what city?
Who is the dog of Dick and Jane?
On what holiday would one have a Seder?
What is the English translation of the words playa, plage, and Strand?
level 70
Jul 4, 2013
Nice to get 20/20, hasn't happen in a while.
level 59
Jul 6, 2013
Lol I suck at this. I'm surprised that the country producing the most olive oil is Spain rather than Italy or Greece.
level 71
Oct 2, 2014
The Top 20 Olive Producing Countries quiz is here.
level 37
Jul 11, 2013
I overlooked the word "olive" and tried all the middle Eastern countries in an attempt to find the biggest oil producer. *sigh*
level 59
Jan 12, 2015
You should accept "Pesach" for "Passover", as that is the actual name of the holiday.
level ∞
Jul 28, 2015
level 75
Jan 3, 2016
I thought of Mozart and then thought to self, "No, I think it was an Italian composer." Note to self, "If you think it, type it!"
level 59
Jan 3, 2016
Yes! I was thinking of the Barber of Seville because of Figaro (even though I definitely know "The Marriage of Figaro" is completely different...apparently haven't had enough coffee yet), and was like, "Darn, I don't know that one. Well, might as well try random composers. Mozart? No way was that him, that's dumb. Oh well. Oh wait, it worked??!" TL;DR: If you think it, type it!
level 59
Jan 3, 2016
Darn you, Hubble. I think I missed that question before because I can't remember how to spell Hubble. Always try Hubbel/Hubell/Hubbell, and they don't work.
level 75
Mar 21, 2017
It's just like "bubble"
level 59
Jan 4, 2016
I think that these questions don't have enough variety. For example, there is a disproportionate amount relating to art and entertainment, and two questions relating to South Korea.
level 71
Jul 25, 2018
If you want variety, try the 74 General Knowledge quizzes that came before this one. Or the dozens that came after.
level 68
Jan 5, 2016
FYI, it's axel, not axle. The axel jump is named after the Norwegian figure skater Axel Paulsen who was the first to perform the jump, in 1882.
level 65
Mar 3, 2016
I have seen the question about dick and jane's dog on a few quizzes now. I have never seen the movie. out of curiosity, is there something special about the dog? why does this question keep coming up even though I rarely see other questions about that movie?
level 47
Jun 10, 2016
It's not a movie. Dick,Jane,and Spot are from a elementary school book from the baby boomer generation. They taught many kids how to read.
level 65
Jun 10, 2016
thank you, for some reason I assumed it was from "fun with dick and jane"
level 3
Apr 14, 2016
Hard quiz but i shouldve known about my uncle walts book lol ive read it!