The biggest pig in recorded history was Big Boy of Black Mountain, North Carolina, weighing 1,904 pounds in 1939.
- When did the first labor strike in the United States take place? The first labor strike in the United States took place in 1776, in New York, when members of the Journeymen Printers Union struck against their local shops.
- What was the first animal to be listed as an endangered species in the United States? The peregrine falcon was listed as endangered in the late 1970s. It still remains on the list.
- What movie was advertised with the line, “To avoid fainting, keep repeating: “It’s only a movie, It’s only a movie”? The Last House on the Left (1972), was advertised with the line, "To avoid fainting, keep repeating: "It's only a movie, It's only a movie".
- What do the following Variety terms mean? webs—TV networks pix—movies Indies—independent film distributors b.o.—box office bob`' biz—making money, doing good business lensing—filming thesping—acting he/ming—directing
- In what Western did John Wayne say, “Don’t apologize. It’s a sign of weakness”? John Wayne said, "Don't apologize. It's a sign of weakness" in She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949), in the character of Captain Nathan Brittles. He was upbraiding one of his soldiers.
- What makes up the GNP (Gross National Product) of the U.S.? Reported quarterly, the GNP (Gross National Product) of the U.S. represents the total market value of American goods and services bought for final use during a one-year period. Considered the most comprehensive measure…