Blast From The Past: 175 Trivia Questions For Seniors

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If you (or some lucky seniors you know) are looking for a fun way to reminisce about the good old days, then you’re in for a treat!

In this trivia post curated specifically for seniors, we’ll be covering a range of topics from the past, including movies and stars, music, TV shows, brands and products, and historical events.

You can also expect sections testing you in general knowledge, arts and culture, geography, and the holidays we know and love!

Get ready to test your knowledge and see how many of these questions you can answer correctly. Here’s a sneak peek at a few of the questions we’ll be asking:

  • Lamborghini, the well-known automotive brand, began by making what types of vehicles?
  • Guess the band with members Jim, Ray, Robby, and John.
  • What is the name of the iconic movie that featured the line, “Here’s looking at you, kid”?
  • Which movie, released in 1959, won a record-breaking 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture?

Know the answer to those? Well, there’s a lot more where they came from — just keep reading for more!

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Trivia Questions For Seniors: General Knowledge

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What is the name of the famous Roman arena where gladiator contests were held?

Answer: The Colosseum.

What is the traditional meat used in a BLT sandwich?

Answer: Bacon.

How long is a fortnight?

Answer: 2 weeks.

What are the tissues called which connect bones to muscles?

Answer: Tendons.

What do you call a scientist who studies rocks?

Answer: Geologist.

What do you call animals that only eat plants?

Answer: Herbivores.

Which body parts continue to grow throughout your entire life?

Answer: Ears and nose.

What color is Snow White’s hair bow?

Answer: Red.

In which western casino-speckled state, where gambling was legalized in 1931, have lotteries been illegal since 1864?

Answer: Nevada.

True or False: Daylight saving time was implemented for farmers.

Answer: False: In fact, farmers and agricultural workers have largely been opposed to DST since its conception. The practice was originally implemented during World War I to save energy.

What is the official state snack of New York?

Answer: Yogurt. Despite the abundance of iconic foods people associate with New York — from pizza to bagels to chopped cheese sandwiches and beyond — they went with yogurt.

Lamborghini, the well-known automotive brand, began by making what types of vehicles?

Answer: Tractors.

True or false: Pink was once considered a color for baby boys, while blue was for baby girls.

Answer: True.

What is the world’s rarest eye color?

Answer: Green. While 8% to 10% of the globe’s inhabitants have blue eyes, only 2% of people have green eyes. In places with concentrated Irish and Scottish populations, green eyes are much more common.

Which vegetable ends up becoming Cinderella’s carriage?

Answer: A pumpkin.

What city is considered the birthplace of hip-hop?

Answer: The Bronx, New York.

Created in 1887, _______ was meant to be a universal second language for global communication.

Answer: Esperanto.

What disease used to be called consumption?

Answer: Tuberculosis.

What kids’ snacks, packaged in small boxes with Barnum & Bailey circus graphics, come in 19 different shapes?

Answer: Animal Crackers.

Arachibutyrophobia is the feat of what sticking to the roof of your mouth?

Answer: Peanut butter.

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Which kind of chocolate is healthiest–dark, milk, or white?

Answer: Dark; dark chocolate usually is the least processed, meaning it has the most antioxidant-like flavonoids, which may help lower blood pressure and cholesterol.

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Trivia Questions For Seniors: Movies And Stars

Who starred as Rick Blaine in the classic film “Casablanca” (1942)?

Answer: Humphrey Bogart.

In which iconic Western movie did John Wayne portray the character Rooster Cogburn?

Answer: “True Grit” (1969).

Who played the role of James Bond in the 1970s movie “The Spy Who Loved Me”?

Answer: Roger Moore.

Who portrayed James Bond in the 1969 film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”?

Answer: George Lazenby.

Name the actor who played James Bond in the 1987 film “The Living Daylights.”

Answer: Timothy Dalton.

In this movie, a man travels back in time in a DeLorean car and must make sure his parents fall in love to ensure his own existence.

Answer: “Back to the Future” (1985).

A man, played by Clint Eastwood, becomes a bounty hunter and seeks revenge in the Wild West.

Answer: “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” (1966).

Which actor starred as the iconic character Indiana Jones in the adventure film series?

Answer: Harrison Ford.

A scientist accidentally shrinks his children and must navigate their backyard to bring them back to normal size.

Answer: “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” (1989).

In the 1971 movie “Dirty Harry,” who played the role of Inspector Harry Callahan?

Answer: Clint Eastwood.

Which movie, released in 1959, won a record-breaking 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture?

Answer: “Ben-Hur” (1959).

Who portrayed the character Luke Skywalker in the original “Star Wars” trilogy?

Answer: Mark Hamill.

Who starred as Norma Desmond in the 1950 film “Sunset Boulevard”?

Answer: Gloria Swanson.

Who played the role of Scarlett O’Hara in the epic historical film “Gone with the Wind” (1939)?

Answer: Vivien Leigh.

Name the actor who portrayed the character James Bond in the 1960s movie “Goldfinger.”

Answer: Sean Connery.

In this musical film, Maria becomes a governess for the von Trapp family and brings music back into their lives.

Answer: “The Sound of Music” (1965).

A young woman pretends to be a man in order to secure a job as a butler in a posh hotel.

Answer: “Some Like It Hot” (1959).

This movie tells the story of a boy who magically becomes an adult overnight and navigates adulthood in New York City.

Answer: “Big” (1988).

In the 1980 film “The Empire Strikes Back,” who played the role of Darth Vader?

Answer: David Prowse (body) and James Earl Jones (voice).

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Which movie, released in 1973, featured the iconic line, “I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse”?

Answer: “The Godfather”.

A young woman, played by Audrey Hepburn, finds herself in a case of mistaken identity while on a trip to Rome.

Answer: “Roman Holiday” (1953).

Who portrayed the character Vito Corleone in the crime film “The Godfather” (1972)?

Answer: Marlon Brando.

In what year did the first “Star Trek” television series premiere?

Answer: 1966.

Name the actress who portrayed Mary Poppins in the 1964 film of the same name.

Answer: Julie Andrews.

In the “Back to the Future” series, who played the role of Marty McFly?

Answer: Michael J. Fox.

Who played the role of George Bailey in the 1946 Christmas-themed film “It’s a Wonderful Life”?

Answer: James Stewart.

Who starred as Dorothy in the beloved musical “The Wizard of Oz” (1939)?

Answer: Judy Garland.

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What was the first “James Bond” film called?

Answer: “Dr. No” (1962).

Who is the renowned filmmaker behind classics such as “Psycho” and “Vertigo”?

Answer: Alfred Hitchcock.

Name the legendary toothbrush-mustached comedian known for his slapstick humor and films like “The Great Dictator” and “City Lights.”

Answer: Charlie Chaplin.

Who was the director of the iconic film “Titanic”?

Answer: James Cameron.

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    TV Trivia Questions For Seniors: TV Shows Of The Past

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    What classic sitcom follows the lives of the Ricardos and the Mertzes in New York City?

    Answer: “I Love Lucy” (1951-1957).

    Name the TV show that features the time-traveling adventures of the Doctor, an alien with the ability to regenerate.

    Answer: “Doctor Who” (1963-present).

    In which TV show does Sheriff Andy Taylor raise his son Opie in the fictional town of Mayberry?

    Answer: “The Andy Griffith Show” (1960-1968).

    What popular science fiction series follows the crew of the USS Enterprise on their mission to explore space?

    Answer: “Star Trek” (1966-1969).

    Name the sitcom that revolves around the eccentric Bundy family and their hilarious misadventures.

    Answer: “Married… with Children” (1987-1997).

    Which Western TV show tells the story of a masked hero and his faithful Native American companion?

    Answer: “The Lone Ranger” (1949-1957).

    Name the sitcom that features a group of friends living in New York City, navigating love, careers, and friendship. Hint: They love hanging out at Central Perk Cafe, the local coffee shop.

    Answer: “Friends” (1994-2004).

    In which TV show does a family of animated yellow characters live in the fictional town of Springfield?

    Answer: “The Simpsons” (1989-present).

    What drama series follows the lives of the Ewing family, who run an oil business in Dallas, Texas?

    Answer: “Dallas” (1978-1991).

    Who was the beloved children’s television host known for his cardigan sweaters and friendly demeanor?

    Answer: Mister Rogers (Fred Rogers).

    What sitcom features a quirky alien named Mork and his humorous interactions with human beings?

    Answer: “Mork & Mindy” (1978-1982).

    Name the TV show that revolves around the lives of four single women named Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda, and Samantha in New York City.

    Answer: “Sex and the City”.

    In which TV show do four women share a houseboat and solve mysteries in their small Florida town?

    Answer: “The Golden Girls” (1985-1992).

    Name the TV show that follows the lives of a group of high school students at Bayside High.

    Answer: “Saved by the Bell” (1989-1993).

    Music Trivia Questions For Seniors: Guess The Song / Artist

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    What band consisted of members with the first names of John, Paul, George, and Ringo?

    Answer: The Beatles.

    Who were the members of the band known for hits like “Satisfaction” and “Paint It Black”?

    Answer: The Rolling Stones.

    Name the signature song of The Carpenters, which won a Grammy Award for Record of the Year in 1970.

    Answer: “Close to You.”

    Who recorded the popular song “Strangers in the Night,” which became a chart-topping hit in 1966?

    Answer: Frank Sinatra.

    Name the band with members Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham.

    Answer: Led Zeppelin.

    Can you guess the band with members Brian, Mike, Al, Carl, and Dennis?

    Answer: The Beach Boys.

    Who were the members of the band behind hits like “My Generation” and “Baba O’Riley”?

    Answer: The Who. Their classic lineup (1964–1978) consisted of lead vocalist Roger Daltrey, guitarist Pete Townshend, bassist John Entwistle and drummer Keith Moon.

    Name the band with brothers Ray and Dave Davies, known for songs like “You Really Got Me” and “Lola.”

    Answer: The Kinks.

    Guess the band with members Jim, Ray, Robby, and John.

    Answer: The Doors.

    “Just a small-town girl, living in a lonely world.” Can you name the song?

    Answer: “Don’t Stop Believin'” by Journey.

    “I will always love you.” Can you guess the song and artist?

    Answer: “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston.

    “I can’t get no satisfaction.” Who is the artist or band that sings this song?

    Answer: The Rolling Stones.

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    In what year did the legendary Woodstock music festival take place, bringing together hundreds of thousands of people for a weekend of peace and music?

    Answer: 1969.

    “Imagine all the people living life in peace.” Which Beatle is this song by?

    Answer: John Lennon.

    “You’ve got a friend in me.” Can you identify the artist and the iconic movie that it’s featured in?

    Answer: Randy Newman, the song is featured in Toy Story.

    Which British singer launched his career with Wham! in the 1980s and is known for hits such as “Careless Whisper” and “Faith”?

    Answer: George Michael.

    “My ____ , ooh, you make my motor run.” Can you guess the song?

    Answer: “My Sharona” by The Knack.

    “I love rock ‘n’ roll, put another dime in the jukebox, baby.” Who sings this song?

    Answer: “I Love Rock ‘n Roll” by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts.

    “Sweet Caroline, good times never seemed so good.” Can you identify the artist of the song?

    Answer: “Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond.

    “Proud Mary keep on burnin’, and we’re rollin’, rollin’, rollin’ on the river.” Name the song and the original artist.

    Answer: “Proud Mary” by Creedence Clearwater Revival.

    Trivia Fun Fact

    Who originally sang the song ‘Proud Mary’?

    Recorded first in 1968 by Creedence Clearwater Revival, the hit song was covered twice in 1969—by Solomon Burke as well as the Checkmates Ltd. —and in 1970 by Ike and Tina Turner, whose hit version became a frenzied classic.

    For “I Can See Clearly Now” by Johnny Nash, can you finish the song’s lyrics: “I can see clearly now, _____.”

    Answer: “the rain is gone”.

    In what year did the Beatles perform their famous rooftop concert in London?

    Answer: 1969.

    Which famous sibling duo comprised The Carpenters?

    Answer: Richard and Karen Carpenter.

    Name the popular song released by The Foundations in 1968, featuring the lyrics “And then, worst of all (Worst of all), You never call, baby, When you say you will (Say you will), But I love you still…”

    Answer: “Build Me Up Buttercup”.

    1950s to Present: Household Brands and Products

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    Who invented the iconic Barbie doll, which debuted in 1959?

    Answer: Ruth Handler (Mattel).

    What popular brand introduced the first-ever disposable diaper in the 1960s?

    Answer: Pampers.

    We all know that the keyboard starts with QWERTY. What letter comes directly after the Y on a keyboard?

    Answer: “U”.

    Which brand became famous for its iconic kitchen appliances like the Mixmaster and Toastmaster?

    Answer: Sunbeam.

    Pocket, Light, Color, and Advance were all styles or variants of what video game hardware system?

    Answer: Game Boy.

    Guess the brand that became synonymous with dishwashing liquid with its famous tagline, “Doesn’t your hands deserve…?”

    Answer: Palmolive.

    What household brand, founded in 1948, became synonymous with kitchen gadgets and food storage containers?

    Answer: Tupperware.

    What technology company, now mostly known as a telecommunications giant, gained mass-market popularity with its release of the “RAZR” cell phone in 2004?

    Answer: Motorola.

    Guess the brand known for its iconic range of refrigerators, including the “Pink Lady” model.

    Answer: Frigidaire.

    Name the brand that introduced the first-ever microwave oven for home use in 1955.

    Answer: Tappan.

    In 1998, Jeff Bezos made a deal with British film fan Col Needham to purchase what movie database site for $55 million?

    Answer: IMDb.

    Guess the brand known for its range of sewing machines, including the iconic “Featherweight” model.

    Answer: Singer.

    Name the brand that introduced the first-ever fully automatic drip coffee maker in the 1970s.

    Answer: Mr. Coffee.

    Mario Bros. is a 1983 arcade game developed and published for arcades by what video game company?

    Answer: Nintendo.

    Guess the brand known for its range of toasters and other kitchen appliances, including the iconic “Toast-O-Lator.”

    Answer: Toastmaster.

    What year did the first iPhone come out?

    Answer: 2007.

    What does “VHS” stand for?

    Answer: “Video Home System” (VHS).

    Trivia Questions For Seniors: History

    What major event took place on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas?

    Answer: The assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

    In what year did Disneyland, the iconic theme park, open its doors to the public?

    Answer: 1955.

    In 1969, this event captivated the world as humans first set foot on the moon. Can you name the event?

    Answer: The Apollo 11 moon landing.

    In what year did the Berlin Wall fall, leading to the reunification of East and West Germany?

    Answer: 1989.

    Who led the civil rights movement in the United States during the 1950s and 1960s?

    Answer: Martin Luther King Jr.

    What year marked the end of apartheid in South Africa and the election of Nelson Mandela as president?

    Answer: 1994.

    What major event occurred on December 7, 1941, that led to the United States’ entry into World War II?

    Answer: The attack on Pearl Harbor.

    In what year did World War II end?

    Answer: 1945.

    What British ruler’s long reign did Queen Elizabeth II surpass in September 2015?

    Answer: Queen Victoria (she ruled for 63 years until her death in 1901).

    In what year did the iconic superhero Superman make his debut in Action Comics?

    Answer: 1938.

    In what year did the United States experience the terrorist attacks on September 11th?

    Answer: 2001.

    Which U.S. president signed the Civil Rights Act into law in 1964?

    Answer: Lyndon B. Johnson.

    Name the Soviet cosmonaut who became the first human to orbit the Earth.

    Answer: Yuri Gagarin.

    1975 marked the end of what war?

    Answer: The Vietnam War.

    Who was the first woman to be appointed to the United States Supreme Court?

    Answer: Sandra Day O’Connor.

    Name the British prime minister who led the country during World War II.

    Answer: Winston Churchill.

    Who was the leader of the Soviet Union during the Chernobyl nuclear disaster?

    Answer: Mikhail Gorbachev.

    In 1947, which country gained its independence from British rule?

    Answer: India.

    Who was the first female prime minister of the United Kingdom?

    Answer: Margaret Thatcher.

    Name the terrorist organization responsible for the September 11th attacks.

    Answer: Al-Qaeda.

    In what year did the United States enter the Korean War?

    Answer: 1950.

    Name the U.S. president who authorized the dropping of atomic bombs on Japan.

    Answer: Harry S. Truman.

    Name the U.S. president who led the country during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

    Answer: John F. Kennedy.

    What was the name of the famous queen who is best known for wearing her mini crown over her widow’s cap following the death of her husband, Prince Albert?

    Answer: Queen Victoria.

    Trivia Questions For Seniors: Arts and Culture

    Who was the talented artist known for his unique style and iconic works such as “Campbell’s Soup Cans”?

    Answer: Andy Warhol.

    In what decade did the iconic “Keep Calm and Carry On” poster resurface and become a global phenomenon?

    Answer: 2000s (2000s-present).

    Who was the influential author known for her novels “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Go Set a Watchman”?

    Answer: Harper Lee.

    Name the dance sensation that swept the nation in the 1950s and became a symbol of youth rebellion.

    Answer: The Twist.

    Who is the acclaimed playwright known for his works like “A Streetcar Named Desire” and “The Glass Menagerie”?

    Answer: Tennessee Williams.

    Which iconic female star sang a sultry rendition of “Happy Birthday” to President John F. Kennedy in 1962?

    Answer: Marilyn Monroe.

    Who is the influential artist known for his unique style and works such as “The Persistence of Memory”?

    Answer: Salvador Dalí.

    Who is the celebrated American poet and author known for works such as “The Raven” and “The Tell-Tale Heart”?

    Answer: Edgar Allan Poe.

    Name the fashion designer who revolutionized women’s fashion with her little black dress and tweed suits.

    Answer: Coco Chanel.

    Who is the renowned playwright known for his works like “Romeo and Juliet” and “Hamlet”?

    Answer: William Shakespeare.

    Name the famous French painter who is considered one of the founders of Impressionism, best known for works of art such as “Woman with a Parasol” and “Poppies”.

    Answer: Claude Monet.

    Trivia Questions For Seniors: Geography

    Which mountain range stretches across seven countries in Europe, including France, Italy, and Switzerland?

    Answer: The Alps.

    What is the capital city of Canada?

    Answer: Ottawa.

    Which country is known as the “Land Down Under”?

    Answer: Australia.

    What is the largest ocean in the world?

    Answer: Pacific Ocean.

    Delaware’s official state colors are what two colors?

    Answer: Colonial blue and buff.

    What is the tallest mountain on earth if you consider those that are also below sea level?

    Answer: Mauna Kea in Hawaii. It stands at 32,696 feet from base to summit, approximately 3,661 feet taller than Everest.

    What is the name of the currency that Switzerland uses?

    Answer: Swiss franc.

    Which U.S. cities are you flying between if the airport codes on your ticket are ORD and PDX?

    Answer: Chicago and Portland.

    Which French city is known as the wine capital of France?

    Answer: Bordeaux.

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    Which national park, located in Utah, is known for its unique-looking hoodoo structures?

    Answer: Bryce Canyon National Park.

    Towering 19,340 feet above sea level, what mountain is not only the highest mountain in Africa, but also the highest freestanding mountain in the world?

    Answer: Mount Kilimanjaro.

    What is the name of the group of more than 3,000 megalithic standing stones in the French village of Carnac, Brittany?

    Answer: The Carnac Stones.

    What is the Polynesian name for Easter Island?

    Answer: Rapa Nui.

    The world’s oldest known, still-erupting _ is found in Iceland.

    Answer: Geyser.

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    Trivia Questions For Seniors: All About Holidays

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    Which famous 225-ton gift was given on Christmas Day in 1886?

    Answer: The Statue of Liberty.

    Which character declares “Merry Christmas, one and all!” in Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol?

    Answer: Tiny Tim.

    What is the best-selling Christmas song of all time?

    Answer: White Christmas by Bing Crosby.

    What is the name of the traditional Thanksgiving drink made from spiced wine and fruit?

    Answer: Mulled wine

    The Monday before Mardi Gras is called what?

    Answer: Lundi Gras.

    What is the flower traditionally associated with Father’s Day?

    Answer: The rose. Red roses are the official flower of Father’s Day.

    Which New York City parade, 260 years old in 2022, is always led by the 69th Infantry Regiment?

    Answer: St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

    Which U.S. President signed a bill making Juneteenth a federal holiday?

    Answer: Joe Biden.

    Every year on Valentine’s Day, people send thousands of Valentines letters to this fictional character with a Verona, Italy address. Who is he/she?

    Answer: Juliet from Romeo and Juliet.

    “Over the river and through the woods, to grandmother’s house we go…” Which holiday is this song lyric associated with?

    Answer: Thanksgiving (“Over the River and Through the Woods”).

    “You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why…” What is the name of this Christmas song?

    Answer: “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”.

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    “This is Halloween, this is Halloween, pumpkins scream in the dead of night…” What movie does this song originate from?

    Answer: The Nightmare Before Christmas.

    This “holiday” includes traditions of feasting and masquerades. What is this annual tradition?

    Answer: Mardi Gras.

    Breaking the wishbone for good luck is a tradition for which holiday?

    Answer: Thanksgiving.

    What household danger triples on Thanksgiving? 

    Answer: Home fires. There are more than three times the daily average calls about home cooking fires on Thanksgiving Day!

    Tofurky is a popular alternative for vegetarians and vegans during Thanksgiving. What is Tofurky made of?

    Answer: Tofurkey is typically made from a blend of tofu and seasoned wheat protein.

    Pumpkin Pie

    Which famous magician died on Halloween in 1926?

    Answer: Harry Houdini.

    Eating Kentucky Fried Chicken on Christmas Day has been a tradition since the 1970s in what nation on the other side of the world from Kentucky?

    Answer: Japan

    What is gifted to the singer on the fourth day in the song “12 Days of Christmas”?

    Answer: Four calling birds.

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