A random assortment of trivia questions, some multi-part. some with single answers. All parts of an answer are worth 10 points, therefore if a question has a 3 part answer, that would be worth a total of 30 points (total points available per question are in parentheses to the left of each question). Total available points are 500 (hence the name of the quiz!) To earn 10 points, first and last names are required. First or last name only earns 5 points.

1. (20 points)In the movie M*A*S*H, what is the number of the unit the M*A*S*H guys play football against, and what was the final score of the game?
2. (30 points)In Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Phantom of the Opera", what are the names of the 3 operas within the show performed at the Paris Opera House?
3. (30 points)What are the next 3 numbers in the famous following sequence: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 . . . . ?
4. (30 points)Who were the first 3 men to be teammates of both Larry Bird & Michael Jordan in regular season NBA games?
5. (40 points)Identify the following TV shows by the actor or actress listed, which were all set in Boston: A) Mariette Hartley, B) Stephen Furst, C) Woody Harrelson, D) Paul Sand
6. (60 points)Name the six Major Leaguers who reached 200 homeruns at the youngest ages.
7. (40 points)On Saturday Night Live, who was the star of the following skits (one for each): A) "I'm from Jersey, You from Jersey?"; B) "Kill my landlord"; C) "The Bassomatic", D) "News for the Hard of Hearing"
8. (30 points)Who are the only 3 pitchers in Major League Baseball history to strikeout 18 or more batters in a 9 inning game more than once?
9. (50 points)SAVE ME $75!! Movie theaters here charge $7.50 per ticket. Tell me the endings (in 25 words or fewer) of the following 5 movies, and save me the admission price for Mrs. Peter@showtell.com and myself: A) Private Parts, B) Return of the Jedi, C) When We Were Kings, D) Waiting for Guffman, E) Liar, Liar
10. (20 points)WORDPLAY: Define: A) Antimacassar, B) Macassar.
11. (50 points)What was the nickname of the New York entry in the World Hockey Association, what two otherplaces did that franchise move to, and what two other nicknames did the franchise adopt?
12. (30 points)In the early 1980's, a major league baseball team's bullpen included two pitchers whose last names could be used as one word weather forecasts. Name the team and the two pitchers.
13. (40 points)ROCK WIVES -- Name the rock stars who were married to these famous women: A) Faye Dunaway, B) Britt Eklund, C) Lisa-Marie Presley, D) Marianne Faithful
14. (10 points)Who has the highest ever single season Major League batting average for players with more than 40 at bats?
15. (20 points)If the last one is the Ultimate one, what are the 2nd to last and 3rd to last called?

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