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Movie Quiz

 

 
 
Harry Connick Jr starred as a serial killer in which film. Was it ...
a) Natural Born Killers
b) The Bone Collector
c) Copycat
d) The Usual Suspects
 
Ray Milland starred in Alfred Hithchock's Dial M for Murder as a retired sportsman who hatched an elaborate plan to murder his wife. In the film what was the sport that he had he played. Was it?
a) Golf
b) Cricket
c) Tennis
d) Swimming
 
Which actor won an Oscar for the movie The African Queen? Was it
a) Bogart
b) Katharine Hepburn
c) Spencer Tracy
d) Robert Morley
 
Whose music was on the soundtrack of When Harry met Sally?
 
a) Harry Connick Jr
b) Frank SInatra
c) Michael Buble
d) Ella Fitzgerald
 
Humphrey Bogart was one of the most popular actors of all time but he only won one oscar. Which film did he win the award for? Was it ..
a) Casablanca
b) The Maltese Falcon
c) The African Queen
d) The Big Sleep
 
What American writer has had his/her stories made into more films than any other?
John Steinbeck
Steven King
Edgar Allen Poe

Clint Eastwood played The Good in the movie The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Who played The Bad? Was it ..
a Eli Wallach
b Lee Van Cleef
c Charles Bronson

Clint Eastwood as Blondie: The Good, a.k.a. the Man with No Name
Lee Van Cleef as Angel Eyes: The Bad,
Eli Wallach as Tuco: The Ugly

"One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)" was written by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer for which film

a Pal Joey
b Robin and the Seven Hoods
c Oceans 11
d The Sky’s the Limit

"One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)" was written for the musical The Sky's the Limit (1943) and first performed in the film by Fred Astaire.

Who played Sherlock Holmes in the 1939 film The Hound of the Baskervilles
a Peter Cushing
b Arthur Wontner
c John Barrymore
d Basil Rathbone

Q. Who played Mary in the Film 'There's Something About Mary'?
A. Cameron Diaz

Which Film featuring the famous scene of the wind blow up Marilyn Monroes white skirt?
A. 7 year itch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
c Some Like it Hot
d Niagara
 
Q. Who played Harrison Ford's Father in 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade'?
A. Sean Connery

 

Q. In the film "The Great Escape", what were the names of the three tunnels?
A. Red Green and Blue
b One Two and Three
c Alpha Beta and Charlie
d Tom, Dick and Harry

 

Q. Which person has won the most Oscars with 26?
A. Walt Disney

 

Q. What's the name of the character played by Gene Hackman in the 'French Connection'?
A. Popeye Doyle

 

Q. Who played Ned Kelly in the 1970 film of the same name?
A. Mick Jagger

 

Q. In which 1958 film musical did Maurice Chevalier, sing 'Thank Heaven for Little Girls', and 'I Remember it Well'?
A. Gigi

 

Q. George Clooney played the role of Danny   Ocean in the 2001 film Ocean's Eleven who played the title role in the original 1960 film?
A. Frank Sinatra

 

Q. Which actress said... 'When I'm good I'm very good, but when I'm bad I'm better'?
A. Mae West

 

Q. What is the most popular sport to feature in films?
A. Boxing

 

Q. What was Hollywood 's 1st talking movie?
 A. Jazz singer

 

Q. In 'Star Trek', what colour is Mr. Spock's blood?
A. Green
b Blue
c Red
d Black
answer a

 

Q. What is the only sequel to ever win the oscar for best picture?
A. Godfather 2

 

Q. There were 4 films that won best picture Oscar that had an animal in their name. Give me 2 of them.
A. One flew over the cuckoo's nest, The deer hunter, Dances with wolves, and Silence of the lambs

 

Q. Actor Richard Kiel is best known for playing the same character in two different films. What is the name of this character?
A. Jaws (in two James Bond films)

 

Q. For which newspaper does Clark   Kent work in Superman?
A. The Daily Planet
Q. Which actress won Oscars in the 1930s for the films 'Jezebel' and 'Dangerous'?
A. Bette Davis

 

Q. In the Bond film, what was the name of Goldfinger's bodyguard?
A. Oddjob

 

Q. Which musical featured the song 'Climb Every Mountain'?
A. The Sound of Music

 

Q. Who wrote the novel Jurassic   Park , which the Spielberg film was based on?
A. Michael Crichton

 

Q. Which actor in his autobiography said 'All I need to make a comedy is a park, a policeman and a pretty girl'?
A. Charlie Chaplin

 

Q. Which film star was born as Marion Morrison?
A. John Wayne

 

Q. In which film was the song 'Raindrops are falling on my Head' a theme tune?
A. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid

 

Q. Which Alfred Hitchcock film starring James Stewart is about a man obsessed with a woman who throws herself from the top of a bell tower?
A. Vertigo

 

Q. In books and films, by what name was John Clayton better known?
A. Tarzan

 

 
Name the person who has most often hosted the Academy Awards®.
Bob Hope hosted the Academy Awards a record 19 times.
Which actor has the most Oscar nominations for his performances?
Answer
Jack Nicholson, with 12.
 
Name the only “Oscar” to win an Oscar.
Oscar Hammerstein II (Best Song: 1941, 1945)
 
Name the only performer to win the Oscar for Actor in a Leading Role posthumously.
Peter Finch, for his performance as Howard Beale in “Network” (1976).
 
Of the many pictures that have won Oscars in every category in which they were nominated, which picture received the most awards?
“The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” (2003) with 11 awards in 11 nominations.
 
Name the individuals with the most Directing Oscars and the most nominations in that category.
The individual to receive the most Academy Awards for Directing is John Ford, who took home Oscars four of the five times he was nominated (he also received a Best Picture nomination as a producer of “The Quiet Man.”) The director to receive the most Directing nominations is William Wyler, with 12.

What actor won two academy awards for best actor during the 90's?

 
 1. Russell Crowe 
 2. John Travolta 
 3. Tom Cruise 
 4. Tom Hanks 
 
 Denzel Washington won an Oscar for his role in...
 
 1. Malcolm X 
 2. Glory 
 3. Virtuosity 
 4. Cry Freedom 
 
Which movie among the following choices holds the highest total number of Academy Award oscar nominations for a movie? (14 total nominations)
 
 1. All About Eve 
 2. Lord of the Rings - Return of the King 
 3. Gone With the Wind 
 4. Titanic 
 
1 and 4 14 nominations each
 
What movie made this phrase famous? "If You Build It They Will Come..."
 
 1. Poltergeist 
 2. Love Story 
 3. The Rookie 
 4. Field of Dreams 
 
What was Forest Gump's favorite drink?
 
 1. Dr. Pepper 
 2. Coca-Cola 
 3. Cherry Coke 
 4. Root Beer 
  
  
Which John Wayne film was set in Ireland?
 
a) Chisum
b) The Searchers
c) The Quiet Man
d) Brannigan
 
Clint Eastwood directed for the first time on what movie?
 The Unforgiven
 Play Misty For Me
 The Outlaw Josey Wales
 The Rookie
a play misty for me
 
Who was NOT in "The Godfather"?
 Al Pacino
 Robert De Niro
 Robert Duvall
 Sterling Hayden
a  Robert De Niro
 
 
 Who did Indiana Jones "steal" his nickname from?
 His father
 His homestate
 His favorite literary character
 His dog
a His dog
 
 Where did Harry meet Sally?
 New York
 Paris
 Los Angeles
 Chicago
a chicag0
 Denzel Washington won an Oscar for his role in...
 
 1. Malcolm X 
 2. Glory 
 3. Virtuosity 
 4. Cry Freedom 
 
Which movie among the following choices holds the highest total number of Academy Award oscar nominations for a movie? (14 total nominations)
 
 1. Ben Hur 
 2. Lord of the Rings - Return of the King 
 3. West Side Story 
 4. Titanic 
What movie made this phrase famous? "If You Build It They Will Come..."
 
 1. Poltergeist 
 2. Love Story 
 3. The Rookie 
 4. Field of Dreams 
 
How many oscars did Katharine Hepburn win?
 
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4
 
Who composed the music to Raider of the Lost Ark?
 
a) Henry Mancini
b) John Barry
c) John Williams
d) Jerry Goldsmith
 
Who composed the music to Top Hat?
 
a) Jerome Kern
b) Cole Porter
c) Irving Berlin
d) George Gershwin
 
Roads? Where we are going we dont need roads?
 
a) Star Wars
b) Empire Strikes Back
c) Back to the Future
d) Top Gun
 
Josh Hartnett and Martin Sheen starred in the movie which featured the worlds shortest title. What was the name of the movie?
  
Answer: O a modern version of Shakespeare's Othello filmed in 2001. Some of the other movies with short titles include FX, It, 10 and ET but O is the shortest. The longest is Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Revenge of the Terror of the Attack of the Evil, Mutant, Alien, Flesh Eating, Hellbound, Zombified Living Dead Part 2: In Shocking 2-D
  
Who played the role of Batman in Batman Returns? Was it ...

a) Christian Bale
b) Michael Keaton
c) Val Kilmer
d) George Clooney

Michael Keaton played Batman in Batman Returns.
The other actors have all played Batman in different films are Christian Bale in The Dark Knight and Batman Begins, Val Kilmer in Batman Forever and George Clooney in Batman and Robin. Adam West played Batman in the TV series and Lewis Wilson and Robert Lowery also played Batman in 1940s movie serials.
 

How many actors have played James Bond in the movies?
 
a) 4
b) 5
c) 6
d) 7
 
Answer 7 Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan,
Daniel Craig, David Niven in the 1967 spoof Casino Royale.
 
The first actor to actually play James Bond was Barry Nelson in the 1954 TV adaptation of Ian Fleming's novel, Casino Royale. Nelson played Bond as "Jimmy" Bond (an American version of the secret agent), because the character was not well known. Prior to taking on the role, Nelson had never heard of Bond and had never read Fleming's novels.
 
James Stewart had an invisible friend in the film Harvey. Was the friend?
 
a) Goat
b) Parrot
c) Rabbit
d) Dog
 
James Stewart starred as Elwood P. Dowd in the 1950 comedy Harvey, the story of a man who becomes friends with a human-sized rabbit named Harvey that only he can see. His sister thinks he is crazy and tries to commit him to a mental institution but Elwood and Harvey ultimately inspire romance and humour that brings the family together.
 
How many Oscars did Henry Mancini win?
 
a) 3
b) 4
c) 5
d) 6

Mancini was nominated an incredible 18 times for Oscars and won 4 times. He picked up 2 oscars in 1962 the first in the category Best song for "Moon River" (shared with Johnny Mercer), and he won a separate award for "Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture" also for Breakfast at Tiffany's. In 1963, Mancini and Mercer picked up another oscar for "Days of Wine and Roses,". He had to wait until 1983 for his next Oscar for the score to Victor/Victoria with Jule Andrews.
 
Henry Mancini was also nominated 72 times for Grammy Awards winning 20.
 
"I love the smell of napalm in the morning."

a) Apocalypse Now
b) The Deer Hunter
c) Full Metal Jacket
 
Said by Lt. Col. Bill Kilgore (Robert Duvall) to Lance B. Johnson (Sam Bottoms).
Apocalypse Now was based on Joseph Conrad's novel, Heart of Darkness.
 
"What we've got here is failure to communicate."
 
a) Cool Hand Luke
b) The Great Escape
c) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
 
Strother Martin in Cool Hand Luke. Martin also acted with Paul Newman in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Slap Shot, Harper, and The Silver Chalice.
 
"Round up the usual suspects."
 
 
a) The Maltese Falcon
b) Casablanca
c) The Usual Suspects

Capt. Louis Renault (Claude Rains) in Casablanca
 
"There's no crying in baseball!"
  
a) A League of their own
b) Field of Dreams
c) Eight Men Out
 
Tom Hanks's character, Jimmy Dugan in A League of Their Own
 
"As God is my witness, I'll never be hungry again."

a) 
b) 
c)
 
  
Which actor was originally cast to play Indiana Jones in the 1981 blockbuster, Raiders of the Lost Ark?

  
  
  
 
Tom Selleck was originally cast to star as Indiana Jones, but he couldn't get out of the contract for his very popular TV series, Magnum P.I.
 
Which Actors real name was Reginald Truscott Jones
 
A: James Mason
B: Ray Milland
C: Robert Donat
D: Joseph Cotten
 
Which actor's real name is Bernard Schwartz
 
A: Rock Hudson
B: Glenn Ford
C: Tony Curtis
D: Tyrone Power
 
Which actor's real name is Maurice Micklewhite
 
A: Dirk Bogarde
B: Peter Sellers
C: Ian McKellen
D: Michael Caine
 
Which actor's real name is Roy Scherer
 
A: Roy Scheider
B: Rock Hudson
C: Robert Redford
D: Troy Donohue
 
Which actor's real name is Marion Morrison
 
A: Hopalong Cassidy
B: John Wayne
C: Roy Rogers
D: Gene Autry
 
Who was the actor who played Hopalong Cassidy
 
A: William Boyd
B: John Williams
C: Ken Maynard
D: Charles Starrett
 
Which famous cowboy's real name was Leonard Slye
 
A: Hopalong Cassidy
B: The Lone Ranger
C: Gene Autry
D: Roy Rogers
 
Which actress was born Lucille LeSeuer
 
A: Joan Crawford
B: Bette Davis
C: Rita Hayworth
D: Ginger Rogers
 
Which actress' real name was Virginia Katherine McMath
 
A: Mitzi Gaynor
B: Kim Novak
C: Ginger Rogers
D: Betty Grable
 
Which actress' real name was Joan DeHavilland
 
A: Joan Bennett
B: Joan Fontaine
C: Joan Crawford
D: Joan Collins
 
Which actress had the real name Frances Gumm
 
A: Ginger Rogers
B: Judy Garland
C: Betty Grable
D: Judy Holiday
 
Which actress had the real name Betty Perske
 
A: Lizabeth Scott
B: Lauren Bacall
C: Joan Bennett
D: Veronica Lake
 
Which Actors real name was Enmanuel Goldenburg
 
A: George Raft
B: James Cagney
C: Edward G Robinson
D: Humphrey Bogart
 
In which movie was Laurence Olivier shot in the leg?
 
  A.    MARATHON MAN
  B.    RICHARD III
  C.    THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL
  D.    HENRY V
 
Who played "As Time Goes By" in CASABLANCA?
 
  A.    Albrect Bernstein
  B.    Dooley Wilson
  C.    Sydney Greenstreet
  D.    Count Basie
 
Dooley Wilson was cast as Sam, the piano player!
 
 
 Other than PRETTY WOMAN, which film did Julia Roberts and Richard Gere co-star in?
  
     A.    STEP MOM
     B.    RUNAWAY BRIDE
     C.    GREASE
     D.    NOTTING HILL
Runaway Bride
 
Who played "The Man With No Name" in Sergio Leone's dollar trilogy?
 
     A.    Gene Hackman
     B.    Gary Cooper
     C.    Robert Duvall
     D.    Clint Eastwood
 
Clint Eastwood
 
 
Who played "The Little Tramp" in GOLD RUSH from 1925 ?
 
     A.    Buster Keaton
     B.    Charles Chaplin
     C.    Andy Devine
     D.    Harold Lloyd
 
Charlie Chaplin
 
SAVING PRIVATE RYAN is set in which war?
 
     A.    WWII
     B.    The Korean war
     C.    The Viet-Nam war
     D.    WWI

wwII

Who won the Academy Award for best actor in 1997?
 
     A.    Geoffrey Rush
     B.    Roberto Benigni
     C.    Tom Hanks
     D.    Jack Nicholson
 
It was Jack for AS GOOD AS IT GETS.
 
 Forrest Gump served some time in Vietnam before he was shot? Which part of his anatomy was he shot? 
 
Stomach
Chest
Right arm
Buttocks
Foot
 
Name the actor who played Luke Skywalker in Star Wars?
 
Harrison Ford
Mark Hamill
James Earl Jones
Mark Wahlberg
Peter Cushing
Kevin Bacon
 
In 'Back to the Future,' what speed must the DeLorean reach to travel through time?
 
53 mph
88 mph
102.2 mph
500 mph
Mach II
 
In Lord of the Rings, what actor plays Frodo Baggins?
 
Sean Astin
Elijah Wood
Ian Holm
Hugo weaving
 
What is the highest grossing foreign language film in American history?
 
Life is Beautiful
Kung Fu Hustle
Amelie
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
 
Who composed the music to AN AMERICAN IN PARIS?
 
     A.    Leonard Bernstein
     B.    Oscar Hammerstein
     C.    Irving Berlin
     D.    George Gershwin
 
The correct answer was George Gershwin.
 
 
When she was 19 she starred in a classic movie. Her mother too starred in a classic film at the age of 19. Who is she?
 
     A.    Carrie Fisher
     B.    Bridget Fonda
     C.    Isabella Rossellini
     D.    Liza Minnelli
 
It was Carrie Fisher who played princess Leia when she was 19 and her mother, Debbie Reynolds, starred in SINGIN' IN THE RAIN 19 years old.
  
GONE WITH THE WIND takes Rhett and Scarlett on their honeymoon. What place do they go to?
 
     A.    Charleston
     B.    Paris
     C.    New Orleans
     D.    London
 
they went to New Orleans for their honeymoon.
 
Who plays Whoopi Goldberg's husband in THE COLOR PURPLE?
 
     A.    Sidney Poitier
     B.    Danny Glover
     C.    Samuel L. Jackson
     D.    Morgan Freeman
 
Danny Glover
 
How many Academy awards did Joan Fontaine's sister win?
 
     A.    0
     B.    1
     C.    2
     D.    3
 
Joan Fontaine's sister (Olivia de Havilland) won two Academy awards.
 
Who wants to marry Dustin Hoffman in TOOTSIE?
 
     A.    Geena Davis
     B.    Bill Murray
     C.    Charles Durning
     D.    Dabney Coleman
 
Charles Durning
 
Who was voted "Queen of Hollywood" in 1936 ?
 
     A.    Bette Davis
     B.    Greta Garbo
     C.    Myrna Loy
     D.    Katharine Hepburn
 
Myrna Loy who was crowned queen of Hollywood in a poll where 20 million Americans voted.
 

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Which of these did not star in CASINO ROYALE?
 
     A.    Peter Sellers
     B.    David Niven
     C.    Michael Caine
     D.    Woody Allen
 
Niven played 007, but Caine didn't appear in the movie.
 
In THE BLUES BROTHERS Dan Aykroyd was one of the brothers, who was the other one?
 
     A.    James Belushi
     B.    Tom Hanks
     C.    John Goodman
     D.    John Belushi
 
It was John Belushi.

 Who played James Bond in the movie CASINO ROYALE?
 
   A.    George Lazenby
   B.    David Niven
   C.    Roger Moore
   D.    Sean Connery
 
No, it was David Niven, other stars of this satire were Peter Sellers, Woody Allen and Ursula Andress!
 
Which of the following actor's real name is James Stewart
 
  A.    James Mason 
  B.    Stewart Granger
  C.    Stuart Whitman
  D.    Patrick Stewart
 
Stewart Granger's real name is James Stewart. James Stewart was already a big star before he started his career so he had to change his name.
 
Who played Henry Hill in the film GOODFELLAS?
 
     A.    Robert De Niro
     B.    Joe Pesci
     C.    Paul Sorvino
     D.    Ray Liotta
 
Henry Hill was played by Ray Liotta.
 
Who played Captain Von Trapp in THE SOUND OF MUSIC?
 
  A.    Claude Rains
  B.    Robert Redford
  C.    Robert Wise
  D.    Christopher Plummer
 
Captain Von Trapp was played by the one and only Christopher Plummer.
 
Who played Mr Yunioshi in the 1961 film BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S?
 
  A.    Bob Hope
  B.    Marcello Mastroianni
  C.    Mickey Rooney
  D.    Robert Vaughn
 
Mr Yunioshi was played by Mickey Rooney.

Name the role of Humphrey Bogart in THE MALTESE FALCON.
 
     A.    Samuel Spade
     B.    Fred C Dobbs
     C.    Philip Marlowe
     D.    Richard Blaine
 
The correct answer was Samuel Spade. 
 
How many Oscars did the film SINGIN' IN THE RAIN win? 
   
  A.    0
  B.    1
  C.    3
  D.    4 
 
Singin in the Rain did not win any Oscars!
 
What was the name of the first James Bond movie?
 
   A.    GOLDFINGER
   B.    DR. NO
   C.    A VIEW TO A KILL
   D.    THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS

The first one was DR. NO, released in 1962.
 
What is the name of Dorothy's dog in THE WIZARD OF
OZ?
 
   A.    Benji
   B.    Rin Tin Tin
   C.    Toto
   D.    Old Yeller
 
It was Toto!
 
Who was the male co-star of Audrey Hepburn in
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S?
 
  A.    Clark Gable
  B.    Rock Hudson
  C.    James Stewart
  D.    George Peppard
 
George Peppard co starred with Audrey Hepburn. 
 
 
Who was never a member of the Rat Pack ?
 
     A.    Sammy Davis, Jr.
     B.    Howard Keel  Correct
     C.    Peter Lawford
     D.    Lauren Bacall
 
Bacall even came up with the name (The Rat Pack)! It was Howard Keel who was never a member of the Rat Pack.
 
For which movie did John Wayne receive an Oscar?  
 
  A.    STAGECOACH
  B.    TRUE GRIT
  C.    THE SEARCHERS
  D.    EL DORADO
 
True Grit
  
How many Marx Brothers were there?

  A.    3
  B.    4
  C.    5
  D.    6
 
There were five Marx-brothers! Chico, Harpo, Groucho, Gummo and Zeppo. 
 
Which film featured this qote: "I made it, Ma! Top of the world!"
 
  A.    WHITE HEAT
  B.    THE KILLING
  C.    ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES
  D.    SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS
 
White Heat One of the greatest gangster movies of all time.
 
What was the first movie to feature Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers?
 
  A.    TOP HAT
  B.    FLYING DOWN TO RIO
  C.    FOLLOW THE FLEET
  D.    THE GAY DIVORCEE
 
FLYING DOWN TO RIO, made in 1933.
 
Who played Marilyn Monroe's husband in NIAGARA?
 
     A.    Clark Gable
     B.    Joseph Cotten
     C.    Tom Ewell
     D.    Tony Curtis
 
Joseph Cotten
 
 Which actor's real name is Michael Douglas?
 
  A.    Michael Keaton
  B.    Mike Myers
  C.    Mickey Rooney
  D.    Michael Caine
 
It was Michael Keaton, Michael Douglas beat him to stardom, so he had to change his name!
 
Time now for the Movie Quiz brought to you by The Gold Coast Arts Centre and today we are giving away two tickets to a movie of your choice. And the question for today is.......
 
Who played Hercule Poirot in EVIL UNDER THE SUN? 
 
     B.    Peter Ustinov
     B.    Albert Finney 
     C.    George Sanders 
     D.    David Suchet
 
Peter Ustinov
 
  Arnold Schwarzenegger was born in which country?
 
     A.    Austria
     B.    U.S.A.
     C.    Germany
     D.    Russia
 
Austria
 
  What was the name of the dog in THE WIZARD OF OZ?
 
     A.    Lassie
     B.    Timmy
     C.    Tin Tin
     D.    Toto
 
Toto
 
Which of these actors did win a Best Actor Oscar?
 
  A.    David Niven
  B.    Richard Burton
  C.    Cary Grant
  D.    Peter O'Toole
 
David Niven was the only one who won an Oscar.
 
 
Who are the only father and daughter to win Best Actor and Best Actress Oscars? 
 
  A.    Michael Redgrave/Vanessa Redgrave
  B.    Henry Fonda/Jane Fonda
  C.    Ryan O'Neal/Tatum O'Neal
  D.    Jon Voight/Angelina Jolie

The correct answer was Henry Fonda/Jane Fonda. 
 
Which film did Alfred Hitchcock make twice?
 
  A.    SUSPICION
  B.    SABOTAGE
  C.    THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH
  D.    FRENZY
 
the correct answer was THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH, from 1934 and 1956.
 
What blonde has not played in a Hitchcock film ?
 
     A.    Ingrid Bergman
     B.    Doris Day
     C.    Marilyn Monroe
     D.    Julie Andrews
 
The correct answer was Marilyn Monroe.
 
What blonde has not played in a Hitchcock film ?
 
     A.    Ingrid Bergman
     B.    Doris Day
     C.    Marilyn Monroe
     D.    Julie Andrews
 
Marilyn Monroe
 
 
 
  
What film won Best Picture Academy Award for 1939?
  
The Wizard of Oz
Dark Victory
Gone with the Wind
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
 
1939 is undoubtedly the most celebrated year in American film history - the year produced more outstanding films than any other 12-month period. It was bound to be difficult for the Academy to nominate or honor all the rich, outstanding films of the year.]
Director Victor Fleming's almost four-hour long blockbuster film was the longest feature film released up to that time - and it was the major Oscar winner of the year. It was also the first color film to win Best Picture.
The film had thirteen nominations and won eight competitive awards (and two special citations) - both records for the time. [It would hold this record until Gigi (1957) won a record 9 Oscars.]
Answer GWTW
 
What one of the following actors lived to be 100-yrs-old?
 
Bob Hope
Buster Keaton
Charlie Chaplin
Jack Benny
 
answer Bob Hope
Bob Hope, KBE, KCSG (born Leslie Townes Hope; May 29, 1903 – July 27, 2003)
appeared in vaudeville, on Broadway, and in radio, television and movies. He was also noted for his work with the US Armed Forces and his numerous USO tours entertaining American military personnel. Throughout his career, he was honored for his humanitarian work. In 1996, the U.S. Congress honored Bob Hope by declaring him the "first and only honorary veteran of the U.S. armed forces."
Hope was born in Eltham, London, England, the fifth of seven sons. He beacme an American citizen at the age of 17
Hope was host of the Academy Awards ceremony 18 times between 1939 and 1977.
 
Which one of the following actresses never won an Academy Award?
 
Barbara Stanwyck
Ginger Rogers
Jennifer Jones
Claudette Colbert
 
Answer Barbara Stanwyck She was nominated for four Academy Awards, though she never won. She turned in magnificent performances for all the roles she was nominated for, but the "powers that be" always awarded the Oscar to someone else.
Ginger Rogers won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her starring role in 1940's Kitty Foyle
A five-time Academy Award nominee, Jones won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in The Song of Bernadette (1943).
Claudette Colbert won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her comedic performance in It Happened One Night (1934),
 
What was Norman Bates’ hobby in the classic Alfred Hitchcock movie Psycho
 
Was it
 
A Taxidermy
B Stamp Collecting
D building model Airplanes
C knitting
 
Who did Michael Caine play in the Ipcress File?
 
Harry Palmer
James Bond
George Smiley
Jason Bourne
 
What actor got a record 11th Oscar nomination in 1998?

A: Jack Nicholson.
B Paul Newman
C Robert Redford
D Peter O’Toole
 
Answer Jack Nicholson
 
Who played Jason Bourne in The Bourne Identity
 
a) Matt Damon
b) Tom Cruise
C) Brad Pitt
 
Who played The Joker in the 1989 movie Batman
 
a) Heath Ledger
b) Jack Nicholson
c) Jim Carrey
d) Danny De Vito
 
Who played Clark W Griswold in the National Lampoon vacation series
 
a) Matthew Broderick
b) Jim Carrey
C) Robin Williams
d) Chevy Chase
 
In the movie Endless Summer the main character were in search of which one of the following
 
A The Perfect Girl
B The Perfect Tan
C The Perfect Party
D The Perfect Wave
 
How many gigawatts of electricity did Doc Brown need to generate to power the delorion in back to the future?
 
1.21
1.33
2.86
1000
 
 
In the movie "Tootsie" what was the name of the woman who was played by cross-dressing Dustin Hoffmann?
  
Dorothy Michaels
Sandy Lester
Julie Nichols
 
In the movie "Rainman", what was the only airline that Raymond said had never crashed?
 
a) Air New Zealand
B) Pan American
c) Qantas
d) TWA