1.) What Eagles song shares its name with a movie starring Mel Gibson as Dale McKussic?
2.) What French fashion designer created the conical bra for Madonna’s Blond Ambition tour?
3.) Since 2005 what ranks as the most-performed opera in the world?
4.) What Welsh singer sang the theme song to three separate Bond films?
5.) What popular cartoon character appeared on a United States postage stamp in 1997 and ranks as the first cartoon character on a stamp?
6.) What puppeteer voiced such characters as Yoda, Fozzie Bear and Miss Piggy?
7.) The two biggest cities of what U.S. state lent their names to a Tony-winning musical and an Oscar-winning film, respectively?
8.) The lyricist to what off-Broadway show said “You can’t be sad for a show that has run 42 years” when it closed in 2002?
9.) What name belongs to the cartoon worm from The Busy World of Richard Scarry?
10.) How many hairs adorn the head of the cartoon character Ziggy?
11.) Inductees into the Hall of Fame for what type of entertainers include Bob Keeshan, Oleg Popov and Red Skelton?
12.) The King of Siam fathered how many children in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I?
13.) The most expensive precious metal in the world, forgers used what metal when making the disc presented to Paul McCartney by Guinness World Records in 1979 when he received the title of all-time best-selling songwriter and recording artist?
14.) Michael Jackson suffered second-degree burns to his scalp during the filming of a Pepsi commercial on January 27th of what year?
15.) A nude photo of what U.S. actress saw removal from a Pop Life exhibit at London’s Tate Modern Museum in 2009 to avoid violating obscenity laws?
16.) The first man to win Tony Awards as Best Actor and as Best Actor in a Musical, who won for playing a king and a professor?
17.) The Oscar-winning song “I’m Easy” comes from what 1975 Best Picture nominee?
18.) Mick Jagger played what Robin Hood-like Australian outlaw in a 1970 film of the same name?
19.) What name belongs to the cartoon cat from The Busy World of Richard Scarry?
20.) What name belongs to Garfield’s love interest in the comic strip of the same name?
21.) The birth name William Claude Dukenfield belonged to what entertainer?
22.) (-/+ 5) The Smurfs debuted in the story “La flute a six schtroumpfs” – a Johan and Peewit adventure by Peyo – on October 23rd of which year?
23.) What now-retired Major League Baseball relief pitcher acted in the 2002 horror comedy The Greenskeeper as a murderous golf-club groundskeeper?
24.) What person “completed the EGOT” first?
25.) What comic strip contains trash collectors named Abercrombie and Fitch?
26.) While her second husband is a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame entrant, the third husband of what woman won a Best Actor Oscar in the 1990s?
27.) A Peanuts strip in 1956 featured the only time Charlie Brown ever kicked the football; what character held the ball?
28.) The August 26th, 1989 cover of TV Guide infamously placed Oprah Winfrey’s head on whose body?
29.) Grossing more than the film for which he recorded it, Neil Diamond wrote and performed the songs on the soundtrack to the 1973 film adaptation of what novella, the best-selling fiction book of both 1972 and 1973?
30.) What American stand-up comic only has two CDs to his name: 1985’s I Have a Pony and 2007’s I Still Have a Pony?
1.) “Tequila Sunrise”
2.) Jean-Paul Gaultier
3.) The Magic Flute
4.) Shirley Bassey
5.) Bugs Bunny
6.) Frank Oz
8.) The Fantasticks
9.) Lowly Worm
10.) zero hairs
12.) 67 children
15.) Brooke Shields
16.) Rex Harrison
18.) Ned Kelly
19.) Huckle Cat
21.) W.C. Fields
23.) John Rocker
24.) Richard Rodgers
25.) Hi and Lois
26.) Lisa Marie Presley
29.) Jonathan Livingston Seagull
30.) Steven Wright