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Movie Quiz part uno

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by graham.myers, Sep 19, 2002.

  1. graham.myers

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    Well still to access to stills so we'll just go for trivia...

    When you get the answer right you can request the difficulty level of the next question.

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    We'll start off with a very easy one.

    Who is the Duke?
     
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    John Wayne
     
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    correct, next a hard one

    He was nominated for an Academy award three times. One of the nominations was for Pawnbroker in 1965. Who is this movie-star ?
     
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    Did an obit for him, Rod Steiger
     
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    correct again - 1967.

    A famous tap dancer who began a film career in his 50's. He played opposite Shirley Temple several times. Who is this screen legend ?
     
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    The only one that comes to mind is Fred Astaire but in his 50’s????
     
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    Sorry No,

    Clue: He almost always had to play servants in the movies due to the colour of his skin
     
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    Sammy Davis
     
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    Slim Summerville?
     
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    Nope, Born 25 May 1878 in Richmond Virginia, died 25 November 1949.

    In 1989 the US Congress named his birth date as National Tap Dancing Day
     
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    bill robinson
     
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    correctamundo

    John Garfield works on a gasstation in The Postman Always Rings Twice. Where ?
     
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    Twin Oaks...California
     
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    Correct.

    On whose story is Lost Horizon based ?
     
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    Brigadoon, one of the wifes favorite movies.
     
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    on *whose* story, not on *what* story
     
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    :blush: Get an extra point though.

    James Hilton's
     
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    1/2 a point

    Mogambo is a remake of what film ?
     
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    Red Dust
     
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    Correct

    Name the film: "Lugosi plays the maniacal dr. Orloff who murders his victims via a series of grotesque, brutal slayings. "
     
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    The Human Monster (1939)
     
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    He got a pair of black eyes in the capital .:rolleyes:
     
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    Correct.

    When was Technicolor introduced ?
     
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    3-colour technicolour i think was introduced in the early 1930s ????
     
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    1928.....don't know the day/month. :D
     
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    1928 - correct

    In which film were the following lines spoken?
    "- I'll take the room. What's the charge?
    - Five dollars a week ...
    - Oh.
    - ... in advance.
    - Alright, write me a receit.
    - You can trust me."
     

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