U.S. State Capitals in the Answer

All the blanks are U.S. state capitals. Based on the clues, guess the missing words.
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
Quiz by Aaron197
Last updated: February 9, 2021
First submittedFebruary 3, 2021
Times taken8,950
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"Party" that took place in 1773
Boston Tea Party
Joaquin's brother
River Phoenix
English town famous for white cliffs
"Rocky Mountain High" singer
John Denver
Drip painter who died in a car crash at age 44
Jackson Pollock
Famous auto race held since 1911
Indianapolis 500
Ivy League university in NYC
Columbia University
Former Prime Minister of Canada
Pierre Trudeau
British commander of D-Day ground forces
Bernard Montgomery
Where the Masters take place
Augusta National
Explorer who tried to find El Dorado
Walter Raleigh
Luxury vehicle division of Ford
Bodybuilding contest that Arnold has won 7 times
Mr. Olympia
International Man of Mystery
Austin Powers
Witch trial city
"Father of the Constitution"
James Madison
Biggest city in South Carolina
Frequent Johnny Depp co-star
Helena Bonham Carter
Homer and Bart's hometown
Once the tallest building in London
Saint Paul's Cathedral
Level 72
Feb 9, 2021
Suggestion for another capital: First German chancellor of unified Germany (1871).
Level 64
Feb 11, 2021
You mean the German Empire?
Level 62
Feb 10, 2021
Fantastic quiz!! =)
Level 70
Feb 13, 2021
Good quiz, gotta moan about the Luxury vehicle division of Ford though. That make isn’t sold in Europe, those of us from there are left at an ever so slight disadvantage.

True, it is still guessable, process of elimination if nothing else, but surely a better more globally known clue is possible!? I don’t want to make any suggestions here, as people read the comments before attempting the quiz, but there is an obvious alternative.

Level 81
Apr 6, 2021
oh shut up. For the 500th time. and Lincolns are sold in the USA, Canada, Mexico, China, the Middle East, and South Korea, among other places if you count the 2nd-hand market. A clue does not have to be something printed in your high school newspaper to be valid.
Level 68
Apr 6, 2021
yu ok hon?
Level 81
Apr 6, 2021
he makes the same complaint on a thousand other quizzes, over and over and over again.. "this thing pertains to the United States, ergo it is not globally known and impossible for anyone to get"... it's obnoxious nonsense, easily disproven, ignores the fact that the US is part of the globe not a black hole, but he keeps saying it I don't think the thousand quiz statement is even an exaggeration at this point. you okay, sweetie pumpkin?
Level 22
Apr 7, 2021
I agree with the K dude but like, not gonna get angry about it. lol. Anyways, I wouldn't complain if the question had something to do about MG's or Renault's or Seat's for a eurocentric quiz. That would be dumb. Learn the car market outside your boundaries man. A whole world awaits.
Level 70
Apr 6, 2021
The quiz is literally called US State Capitals in the answer and you are going to complain it's too US-centric right now?
Level 51
Apr 6, 2021
I'm English and I knew the answer to the luxury Ford question
Level 33
Apr 8, 2021
I'm American and didn't lol
Level 70
Apr 6, 2021
Sir Walter to you, buddy
Level 60
Apr 6, 2021
This quiz is really clever because very few of the clues actually refer to the cities in question.
Level 74
Apr 6, 2021
A nice quiz, and I am terrible at US state capitals. Shocking, though, that less than 60% guessed Pierre Trudeau, or is that being too Canada-centric?
Level 56
Apr 7, 2021
Probably a mix of not knowing who Pierre Trudeau is and not knowing Pierre is a capital of a US state
Level 35
Apr 7, 2021
Nice quiz idea! I'd love to see more of these!
Level 31
Apr 10, 2021
More time??