Brain Buster Questions & Answers

Tuesday September 22, 2020

Q. How many U.S. Supreme Court Justices are there? (this is not a trick question)

A.  NINE – Congratulations to ROCHELLE, our first caller with the correct answer and winner today!

Monday September 21, 2020

Q.  Of all the actors to play JAMES BOND in the movies, one of them once participated in the Mr. Universe Bodybuilding Competition. Who was it?

A. SEAN CONNERY – Congratulations to DIANE, who was first to call in with the correct answer!

Friday September 18, 2020

Q. In what country did table tennis originate?

A. ENGLAND –  Congratulations to SHIRLEY, our winner today!

Wednesday September 16, 2020

Q. In 1931 President, Herbert Hoover signed a bill making THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER our National Anthem.  The song was called something else originally, but the title was deemed “Lacking Pizazz” so it was changed. What was the original title?

A. THE DEFENSE OF FORT McHENRY – Congratulations to today’s winner, BRENDA!

Tuesday September 15, 2020

Q. This singer’s debut album was a Contemporary Christian record titled, “KATY HUDSON” and was released on March 1, 2006. What singer is this?

A. KATY PERRY

Monday September 14, 2020

Q. In 1951 The National Football League Championship Game was broadcast nationally for the first time.  The DuMont Television Network did the broadcast. Do you know how much they paid for the rights to the game?

A. $75,000  –  Congratulations to MARGARET, our first caller with the correct answer and winner today!

Friday September 11, 2020

Q. The first Presidential Address on radio was broadcast with what US President speaking to a joint session of congress in 1923?

A. CALVIN COOLIDGE – Congratulations to our winner today, TYLER, who was first to call with the right answer!

Thursday September 10, 2020

Q. In November of 1775, Sir James Jay invented something that you may have never seen in you life. Do you know what it is?

A. INVISIBLE INK – Congrats to SHAWNA, our first caller with the correct answer and winner today!

Wednesday September 9, 2020

Q. What movie, released in 1995, was the first feature-length film created entirely from computer generated animation?

A. TOY STORY – Congratulations to THERESA, our winner today!

Tuesday September 8, 2020

Q. In November of 1718 the English pirate known as BLACK BEARD was killed during a battle of the coast of Virginia. What was BLACK BEARD’S real name?

A. EDWARD TEACH – Congratulations to DAVE, our first caller with the correct answer and winner today!

Friday September 4, 2020

Q. Actress, Melissa Gilbert was the youngest to get a Star on The Hollywood Walk Of Fame at 21 years old, but, what SINGER is the youngest to get a star, also at the age of 21?

A. BRITNEY SPEARS – Congratulations to JODI, who was first to call in with the correct answer and wins today!

Thursday September 3, 2020

Q. What US city is host to The Great American Soap Box Derby every year?

A. AKRON, OHIO – Congratulations to JOE, our first caller with the correct answer today.

Wednesday September 2, 2020

Q. What 1980 comedy movie starred Robert Hayes as TED STRIKER and Julie Hagerty as ELAINE DICKENSON, his girlfriend, and grossed over $83 million though it only cost $3.5 million to make?

A. AIRPLANE! – Congratulations to AARON, our first caller with the correct answer and winner today!

Tuesday September 1, 2020

Q. The HUMP DAY CAMEL from Geico Insurance TV commercials actually has a name. Do you know it?

A. CALEB – Congratulations to SONDRA, our winner today!