BEATLE TRIVIA 1
1.- Why did George Harrison write "Cry for a shadow" (with a little help from John Lennon)?
2.- Who said in 1966: "The Beatles can only compose easy songs, but nothing really good. There are thousands of songs much better than 'Yesterday' and 'Michelle' in 'Tin Pan Alley'"?
3.- Name of Ringo and Maureen's Collie dog.
4.- To which song do these verses belong: "We danced through the night, and we held each other tight"?
5.- First artist who covered "Yesterday".
6.- Frank Sinatra's favourite Beatles song.
7.- Name of Paul's girlfriend former to Jane Asher.
8.- Name of John's girlfriend, previous to Cynthia.
9.- When was Maureen Cox's birthday?
10.- Name one song of the Beatles covered by Elvis Presley.
1.- To make fun of "The Shadows", the instrumental group that the Beatles hated. Another possible answer is to joke Rory Storm making him think it was actually a Shadows' song.
2.- Bob Dylan.
3.- Tiger. "Sophie", their other Collie dog, is also possible.
4.- "I saw her standing there".
5.- Matt Monro.
7.- Dorothy Rhone.
8.- Barbara Baker.
9.- 4th August 1946.
10.- "Yesterday", for example.
BEATLES TRIVIA 2
1.- Name of the shop where George Harrison bought his first sitar.
2.- Why did Aunt Mimi dislike George Harrison so much?
3.- In which band does Zak (Ringo's eldest son) play?
4.- Surname of Linda McCartney's first husband.
5.- How many husbands (including John) has Cynthia Powell had?
6.- Exact date of the starting of the filming of "A Hard Day's Night".
7.- Louise Harrison (George's big sister) married a very famous American publicist. Who?
8.- Frieda Kelly, president of the fan club, had a small appearance in the 1993 film "Backbeat". Who was her character?
9.- Which two songs did Julia Stanley teach John to play in the banjo?
10.- Barbara Bach's daughter played in a band called how?
1.- "Rikhi Ram & Sons"
2.- Because of his teddy boy clothes and also for his thick and vulgar Scouse accent.
3.- The Who.
6.- 2nd March 1964.
7.- Walter J. Zane.
8.- Louise Harrison French, that is, George's mother.
9.- "Little white lies" and "Girl of my dreams".
10.- Andalusian Aria.
BEATLES TRIVIA 3
1.- Name of the four actresses that, disguised as schoolgirls, worked as extra in the film "A hard day's Night".
2.- What does John Lennon sniff in the train during "A Hard Day's Night" film?
3.- Which Beatle says, in the film "Help!", "I am off. Typical"?
4.- Stu Sutcliffe's second and third names.
5.- Julian Lennon's first and second names.
6.- Apart from Jenny Boyd, Pattie has another younger sister who was the direct inspiration for the Cream's theme "Badge" (co-written by George Harrison and Eric Clapton). What is her name? (Clue: For a short time, she was Clapton's girlfriend before slowhand definitely joined Pattie).
7.- How many brothers and sisters does Ringo have?
8.- Although George Harrison fancied Cynthia Lennon (but she preferred John), George said that there was something in her face that was not beautiful. What?
9.- Name of Mike McCartney's first wife.
10.- Aunt Mimi's whole name.
1.- Pattie Boyd, Tina Williams, Pru Bury and Susan Whitman.
2.- A bottle of soda.
3.- George says: "I am off", to which Paul replies "typical".
4.- Ferguson Victor.
5.- John Charles.
7.- Ringo doesn't have any brothers or sisters.
8.- Her teeth.
10.- Mary Elisabeth Smith.
BEATLE TRIVIA 4
1.- Which song contains the verses: "I'm in love for the first time, don't you know it's gonna last"?
2.- First name of Ringo's stepdad.
3.- Which French actress was John's platonic love?
4.- Which fab didn't want to meet Shirley Temple because he couldn't stand her or her films?
5.- Which fictional character said: "Darling, this is awful. It's as bad as listening to the Beatles"?
6.- Who's Sean Lennon godfather?
7.- Name of Pete Best's brother and sister.
8.- Name of Lou Harrison's charity foundation.
9.- Which Spanish writer (and mega-fan of the Fabs) has written books with titles such as "Sgt. Pepper's killer", "Strawberry Fields" or "John Lennon's guitar"?
10.- George's son is called Dhani. What does it mean?
1.- "Don't let me down"
3.- Brigitte Bardotte.
4.- George Harrison.
5.- James Bond (performed by Sean Connery).
6.- Elton John.
7.- Roger and Elizabeth Best.
8.- "We love".
9.- Jordi Sierra i Fabra.
10.- Dha- Ni are notes of the Indian scale (it was suggested that it meant "wealthy", but that's not true).
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