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Trivia Challenge

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  1. On April 15, 1947, who put on a Brooklyn Dodgers uniform and broke the “color line” in Major League Baseball?
  2. What is branded as the “happiest place on Earth”?
  3. In the 1930’s at which prison did Al Capone spend most of his sentence for tax evasion?
  4. On April 16, 1889, who was born who popularized a tramp character?
  5. What was the first film entirely made with computer-generated imagery?
  6. What children’s book’s first chapter is called “The River Bank”?
  7. On April 17, 2002, what hospital drama TV series aired its 10,000th episode?
  8. Who scored more points in the NBA than LeBron James?
  9. From 1900-1920, what sport involving pullers took place at the Summer Olympics?
  10. On April 18, 1692, Bridget Bishop, Giles Corey, Abigail Hobbs and Mary Warren were arrested on what charge?
  11. What is sinology?
  12. On April 19, 1775, what patriotic pair took a midnight horse ride?
  13. Who has a Guinness World Record for most World Artistic Gymnastic Championships medals (25)?
  14. The World Cup is being hosted by what country that has never participated in it before?
  15. What was Janis Joplin’s only Top 40 hit?
  16. On April 20, 1912, Bram Stoker died, who authored what 1897 novel based on Transylvanian history and folklore?
  17. In what city was the po’boy sandwich invented?
  18. What is known as highlife?
  19. In what city would you find the “La Brea Tar Pits”?
  20. On April 21, 1676, Algonquins attacked Sudbury, Mass., during what war?
  1. Jackie Robinson
  2. Disneyland
  3. Alcatraz
  4. Charlie Chaplin
  5. “Toy Story”
  6. “The Wind in the Willows”
  7. “General Hospital”
  8. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (38,387)
  9. Tug-of-war
  10. Witchcraft
  11. The study of the Chinese
  12. William Dawes and Paul Revere
  13. Simone Biles
  14. Qatar
  15. “Me and Bobby McGee”
  16. “Dracula”
  17. New Orleans
  18. West African jazz dance music
  19. Los Angeles
  20. King Philip’s War

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