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Literati Trivia: 90s Edition
Posted about 1 month ago by Hannah GPosted in Movies and Music and Nonfiction | Tagged with 90s, Library, Literati, nonprofits, programs, social and trivia
Did you think that Literati was just an average book club for Millennials? Well, books are just a small part of the fun that deliver at our Lit Events.
For example, Literati recently had a 90’s trivia night at Sylvania Branch. And, while you might have guessed that all the trivia would be 90’s book related, we focused on all aspects from candy to toys, and more. Keep reading below for some of the trivia questions and material recommendations that we had at the event. Then, join us for our next big event! (Find the trivia answers at the end of the post)
Candy, Candy, Candy!
1. Which sour candy was invented in Taiwan in 1973, but was not introduced to the American market until 1993?
2. What was the original name of the Starburst candies?
Want to know more about candy?
Remember those toys from the 90’s?
3. In what country were Trolls created?
4. What is the name of Sonic the Hedgehog’s fox sidekick?
5. In which year was the original PlayStation released in the U.S. and Europe?
6. Crayola Crayons were inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame in which year?
These books really do make us feel nostalgic.
7. In the movie Speed, what speed must the bus be driven in order to avoid exploding?
8. In The Matrix, what is Neo’s real name?
9. Steve Jobs is credited as an executive producer of which 90’s movie?
10. Which 1999 horror movie was filmed in the style of a documentary, using a handheld camera?
These movies are oldies, but goodies. Check out some of our newer ones that are similar! Enjoy!
If you enjoyed Speed ...
If you enjoyed The Matrix ...
If you enjoyed the answer to trivia question #9 ...
If you enjoyed the answer to trivia question #10 ...
And, if you’re just looking to sharpen skills before the next trivia event, check out some of our free databases! (You’ll just need your library card and PIN.)
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And now, what you’ve really been looking for, the trivia answers:
- Opal Fruits
- 50 MPH
- Thomas Anderson
- Toy Story
- The Blair Witch Project
What is Literati?
Literati is dedicated to supporting and promoting Library programs and services to a new generation of Library users, and developing future Library leaders. A membership ($50/year) is for a household or a "plus one" when attending Literati events.
Whether it's creative courses, author events or just a chance to meet new people while discovering new places, Literati offers engaging and exciting opportunities for fellow library lovers to connect with one another
For more information check us out at Toledolibrary.org/literati