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Classic Western Trivia

Noted below are links to some challenging Western Trivia. It just depends on “How Big a Fan you Are?  so, here is a chance to prove you know your stuff!!

#1 Classic Western trivia questions will test your knowledge to the limit.
If you’re a fan of classic Western movies, then here’s the chance to prove you know your Stetsons from your stirrups! Try these trivia questions covering Hollywood’s golden Western era and see how many you can get right.  https://triviarmy.com/classic-western-trivia-questions/

#2  All My Heroes Trivia Challenge was created from the inspiration that comes from my Ivan Jesse Curtis’ “All of My Heroes Are Cowboys”. Choose an answer from the four choices offered after each question and then “Check Your Answers” at the end of the quiz.

#3 Cowboy Sidekicks – Gone but not forgotten, cowboy sidekicks are  some of the most beloved characters of the Golden Age’s popular Wild West TV shows & movies. Can you name them?

#4 In 1920, Lone Pine was changed forever when a silent movie, The Roundup, was filmed in the Alabama Hills. Since then, over 400 movies, 100 TV episodes, and countless commercials have been shot in location in the area, immortalizing the striking rock formations and taking advantage of the picutre-perfect weather. See What you know about movies filmed in Lone Pine.

#5 Did you know there are still 41 Roy Rogers Restaurants operating in the U.S. What do you know about Roy Rogers?

#6 Western writing in literature and motion pictures bring us the characters of the American Old West between the late eighteenth century and late nineteenth century. The stories of cowboys, settlers, and outlaws exploring the western frontier and taming the Wild West. Explore your knowledge of Western writers with this fun Trivia online Quiz format titled “Authors of the “Old West. ” Two options – timed or straight test.

#7 How did you do on the short “Sidekicks” test? Here are our top fifteen. 

More to come…