Quiz Show © 1976 Kee Games.
Say The Secret Word and Win... Quiz Show asks 250 different questions in each category. Players can select 'sports', 'general knowledge', 'movies' or 'people'. Each question displays four possible answers which appear in different colors. Hit the colored button on the control console that corresponds to the correct 'answer' color on the monitor, the contestant scores. High for a fast answer, low if it's a head-scratcher. Player can test him or herself, or challenge a partner for highest score.
Quiz Show is believed to be the first game to utilise the now well-known 'arcade font' (formerly thought to have been first introduced with Sprint 2 or Cannonball, but Quiz Show predates these two games by six months). This font is likely to have been designed by Lyle Rains and has since been used by many non-Atari games manufacturers including Namco, Irem, Nichibutsu, and Nintendo.
As you can see in the description, Quiz Show contains a total of 1000 questions and 4000 possible answers.