Mixed Trivia Quiz
Red sky in morning, sailors take what?
Despite being set in Egypt, what movie was banned there because its star, Elizabeth Taylor, had converted to Judaism?
Sometimes used to make wine, what flower gets its name from the French for "lion's tooth"?
The stories of which children's author were brought to the stage in a 2000 musical?
Inspiring fiction by HG Wells and Edgar Rice Burroughs, Percival Lowell was convinced he saw water-filled canals on what Red Planet?
If an organic material is converted into stone, it becomes what?
Ravi Shankar provided sitar music for what 1962 movie, in which the title character rescues the local elephants from a power dam project?
What did Gerry and the Pacemakers sing about taking "across the Mersey"?
In addition to singing Inchworm and The Ugly Ducking, what actor also got a patent for a "blow-out toy" based on those rolled-up snakelike paper toys that children blow into at birthday parties?
The statue Christ the Redeemer can be found in which country?
Do you remember the 50s?
Try this Proverbs quiz and see if you can find the missing word!