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Movie Trivia Pot Pourri

A mixture of movie questions... 10 Questions.

 
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1

Born August 25th, 1930 in Edinburgh to a cleaner and a lorry driver, he's been on the last crusade, played Robin Hood and King Richard 1st, and is never stirred..

  • Ian McKellen
  • Kevin Costner
  • Sean Connery

2

In 1956 who was "The Man Who Knew Too Much"?

  • Sean Connery
  • James Stewart
  • Stewart Granger

3

Who wrote the screenplay for "Rocky"?

  • Sylvester Stallone
  • Rocky Balboa
  • Frank Stallone

4

A film extra rents an apartment and witnesses a brutal murder through a telescope, he can identify the killer but then meets the "victim" (Melanie Griffith) alive and well ?

  • Body Double
  • Body Heat
  • Heat

5

Ilsa Lund arrives at Rick's Cafe in search of letters of transit that will save her husband and herself, only to discover that Rick is her former lover. Which film?

  • Ricks
  • The Blue Parrot
  • Casablanca

6

Born in West Germany in March 19th 1955 with the first name Walter, he's unbreakable, reads pulp fiction and goes the whole nine yards.

  • Leonard Nimoy
  • Walter Koenig
  • Bruce Willis

7

An old man with a white beard becomes the "Santa Claus" for a New York store, but then claims he's really Kris Kringle, and a trial ensues

  • Jingle all the Way
  • Bad Santa
  • Miracle on 34th Street

8

Based on Romeo and Juliet, the Sharks and the Jets fight it out in this Oscar winning musical..

  • West Side Story
  • Hello Dolly
  • Rent

9

Who directed "Dances with Wolves"?

  • Micheal Blake
  • Kevin Costner
  • John Barry

10

In "Barry Lyndon" Redmond Barry and Bullingdon fight a duel, Bullingdon fires first and his gun miss fires, Barry fires a shot into the ground and then...?

  • So they hug and make up, and are never parted
  • Bullingdon fires and shoots Barry in the leg
  • Bullingdon fires again and misses again; it's a draw.

 

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