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Directed byPatrick Cady
Brit McAdams
Produced byPatrick Cady
Brit McAdams
Rebecca Ritchie
Music byChris Bjork
Irv Johnson
Edited byKatie Mantell
Laura Weinberg
Trivial Pictures
Release date
  • March 11, 2006 (2006-03-11)
Running time
89 minutes
CountryUnited States

Triviatown - It's the World's Biggest Trivia Contest is a 2006 documentary film about the world's largest trivia contest in Stevens Point, Wisconsin directed by Patrick Cady and Brit McAdams.



For the past 35 years, 12,000 people on 430 teams have come to Stevens Point for the World's Largest Trivia Contest.

Clustered together in basements, garages, and converted storefronts for 54 straight hours, old friends compete against old enemies, husbands battle wives, and grandparents wake up kids at 4 AM to find out where SpongeBob SquarePants lives.



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