Episode 595 - Pigs On Film - World Skyline Tours - Favorite Pastimes - American Museums - Breaking Up
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Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 595, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet.
Round 1. Category: Pigs On Film
- 1: He made his debut in 1935's "I Haven't Got a Hat" and is famous for the line "That's all folks".
- Porky (Pig).
- 2: Roger Ebert describes her water ballet number in "The Great Muppet Caper" as Busby Berkeley-like.
- Miss Piggy.
- 3: This 1995 film tells the tale of a piglet who dreams of being a sheepdog.
- 4: Maurice Denham voiced barnyard revolt leader Napoleon the Pig in a 1955 version of this Orwell classic.
- Animal Farm.
- 5: The 1973 cartoon adaptation of this E.B. White book featured the number "Zuckerman's Famous Pig".
- Charlotte's Web.
Round 2. Category: World Skyline Tours
- 1: This city has been a port since the Roman period.
- 2: This city has one of the world's largest single-span bridges across its harbor.
- Sydney, Australia.
- 3: This city was nearly destroyed twice in the 20th century by an earthquake and then by bombing.
- 4: The first mayor of this city led a rebellion against the Canadian governor after being unseated in Parliament.
- 5: This South American city's name comes from early explorers who thought the bay was a river.
- Rio de Janeiro.
Round 3. Category: Favorite Pastimes
- 1: Conductor Zubin Mehta points a foil, not a baton, in this sport.
- 2: In a 1936 cartoon, Mickey, Goofy, and Donald played this equine sport, just as their boss Walt did.
- 3: Rough and tumble sport that was often played at Kennedy clan gatherings.
- touch football.
- 4: Jose Feliciano enjoys this speedy aquatic sport but rarely drives the boat for others.
- water skiing.
- 5: An avid bowler, he was the "1st Protestant".
- Martin Luther.
Round 4. Category: American Museums
- 1: The Winterthur Museum in this state displays Henry Francis DuPont's collection of American antiques.
- 2: You can ride a real trolley at the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport in this state.
- 3: Lemont, Illinois has a museum of these jars that never stay full when there are children around.
- Cookie jars.
- 4: Except for the entrance area, the National Museum of African Art in this city is completely underground.
- Washington, D.C..
- 5: A visit to this soft drink's Waco, Texas museum will answer the question about the origin of its "10, 2, and 4" ads.
- Dr Pepper.
Round 5. Category: Breaking Up
- 1: The Doors recorded for 2 years after the death of this lead singer before calling it quits.
- Jim Morrison.
- 2: This duo fell apart after Annie Lennox went on sabbatical.
- 3: This "Heart of Glass" group fronted by Debbie Harry shattered in 1982.
- 4: The death of lead singer Kurt Cobain put an end to this band in 1994.
- 5: This "amphibious" Santa Barbara band that sang "All I Want" and "Walk On The Ocean" croaked in 1998.
- Toad the Wet Sprocket.
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