Christmas 3 - Answers

Published: Thursday 25th December 2014
  1. Over which country did Good King Wencelas rule ? Bohemia.
  2. Who wrote the book that became the cartoon classic "The Snowman" ? Raymond Briggs.
  3. What colour is Father Christmas' belt ? Black.
  4. What did "Frosty the Snowman" have for a nose ? A Button.
  5. In which TWO oceans can you find Christmas Island ? Indian and Pacific Oceans.
  6. Which English leader banned Christmas in 1647 ? Oliver Cromwell.
  7. What was the name of Tiny Tim's father in "A Christmas Carol" ? Bob Cratchitt.
  8. What is the day that Christmas puddings are made traditionally called ? Stir-Up Sunday.
  9. Which Nobel Prize winning author wrote King George V's Christmas broadcast in 1932 ? Rudyard Kipling.
  10. Which alcoholic beverage is used to make a Snowball ? Advocaat.
  11. Which poem written by Clement C Moore first named Santa's reindeer ? A Visit from Saint Nicholas (also known as The Night Before Christmas).
  12. What present did Harry Potter receive for his first Christmas at Hogwarts ? An Invisibility cloak.
  13. On what date does Twelfth night occur ? January 5th.
  14. Which is the only book of the New Testament that mentions the Three Kings ? Matthew.
  15. Who wrote the song "White Christmas" ? Irving Berlin.
  16. Which US state was the last to declare Christmas a holiday ? Oklahoma.
  17. In Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" what is Scrooge's first name ? Ebenezer.
  18. Name the three reindeer whose name begins with the letter 'D' ? Dasher, Donner & Dancer.
  19. What song was the UK Christmas number 1 in both 1975 and 1991 ? Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.
  20. In the film "Jingle All The Way", what toy was Arnold Schwarzenegger searching for ? Turbo-Man.

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