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Answers to the Christmas Trivia Questions

December 25th, 2020 No comments

Christmas Trivia

Date Posted Question Answer
November 27

Carols and Songs

What is the biggest selling Christmas single of all time? White Christmas
November 28

Literature and the Performing Arts

What was Scrooge’s first name? Ebenezer
November 29

Carols and Songs

Who tells you when she’s in town by tap, tap, tappin’ at your windowpane? Suzy Snowflake
November 30

Literature and the Performing Arts

What came first – the book or the movie Miracle on 34th Street? The Movie
December 1

Carols and Songs

Where was I when I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus? On the stairs
December 2

Movies on the Silver Screen

In White Christmas, what song was nominated for an Oscar? “Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep”
December 3

Movies on the Silver Screen

What is the boy’s name in The Christmas Story: Ryan or Ralph? Ralph
December 4

Literature and the Performing Arts

What waltz closes Act I of The Nutcracker? “The Waltz of the Snowflakes”
December 5

Traditions Around the World

How many different kinds of cookies must Norwegian women bake for Christmas: five or fourteen? Fourteen
December 6

Carols and Songs

When the Parson asks if you are married, what do you say? “No Man”
December 7

Traditions Around the World

Who are the Mexican gift bringers? The Three Kings
December 8

Literature and the Performing Arts

Who said “God Bless Us, Every One!”? Tiny Tim
December 9

Carols and Songs

Who bears gifts and traverse afar? We Three Kings
December 10

Carols and Songs

Who played his best for him, pa-rum pum pum pum? “The Little Drummer Boy”
December 11

Literature and the Performing Arts

What is the famous Christmas story written by O. Henry? “The Gift of the Magi”
December 12

Carols and Songs

Which carol contains the line “Repeat the sounding joy”? “Joy to the World”
December 13

Carols and Songs

What seasonal vehicle does Suzy want from Jolly Old Saint Nicholas? A sled
December 14

Literature and the Performing Arts

Which of the ghosts did Scrooge fear most of all? The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
December 15

Carols and Songs

Arguably, what is the horse’s name in “Jingle Bells”? Bobtail – some feel that this is the name of the horse, others feel that this may be the type of sleigh that was being pulled across the snow.
December 16 Literature and the Performing Arts For years, who did not admit he wrote “The Night Before Christmas”? Clement C. Moore
December 17

Literature and the Performing Arts

Name the reindeer whose name begins with “V” Vixen
December 18

Traditions Around the World

What romantic tradition did England save while others allowed it to perish? Kissing under the Mistletoe
December 19

Carols and Songs

Robert Wells co-wrote “The Christmas Song” with what “Velvet Fog”? Mel Torme
December 20

Carols and Songs

What carol is also known as “Greensleeves”? “What Child is This?”
December 21

Traditions Around the World

In Denmark, what long-necked fowl is served on Christmas Eve? Goose
December 22

Literature and the Performing Arts

In A Christmas Carol, who is Tiny Tim’s father? Bob Cratchit
December 23

Carols and Songs

What was the first gift my true love sent on the eighth day of Christmas? Eight maids-a-milking
December 24

Carols and Songs

What carol contains the line “Above thy deep and dreamless sleep”? “O Little Town of Bethlehem”
December 25

Carols and Songs

What extremely popular carol was written by Josef Mohr and composed by Franz Gruber? “Silent Night”

Christmas Trivia

December 20th, 2020 1 comment

Let’s see what you know about the traditions of Christmas.  Answer the question below in the comments.

Name the reindeer whose name begins with “V”.

Christmas Trivia

December 22nd, 2009 No comments

Let’s see what you know about Christmas and the Christmas Holiday tradition! Answer the question below in the comments.

In A Christmas Carol, who is Tiny Tim’s father?

Christmas Trivia

December 16th, 2009 No comments

Let’s see what you know about Christmas and the Christmas Holiday tradition.  Answer the question below in the comments.

For years, who did not admit he wrote “The Night Before Christmas”?

Christmas Trivia

December 14th, 2009 No comments

Let’s see what you know about Christmas and the Christmas Holiday tradition! Answer the question below in the comments.

Which of the ghosts did Scrooge fear most of all?

Christmas Trivia

December 11th, 2009 No comments

Let’s see what you know about Christmas and the Christmas Holiday tradition! Answer the question below in the comments.

What is the famous Christmas story written by O. Henry?

Christmas Trivia

December 8th, 2009 No comments

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Who said “God Bless Us, Every One!”?

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December 4th, 2009 No comments

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What waltz closes Act I of The Nutcracker?

Christmas Trivia

November 30th, 2009 No comments

Let’s see what you know about Christmas and the Christmas Holiday tradition! Answer the question below in the comments.

What came first – the book or the movie Miracle on 34th Street?

Christmas Trivia

November 28th, 2009 No comments

Let’s see what you know about Christmas and the Christmas Holiday tradition! Answer the question below in the comments.

What was Scrooge’s first name?