Movies I Loved Quiz: Part 2-Adventure/Epics
There are movies you just love! Time after time, or even viewing after a long interlude. Here are some of my favorites! 8 Questions.
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"1900" (1976): Bernardo Bertolucci's epic drama follows Italy over the first 50 years of the 20th century. Which actors portrayed the main characters?
Donald Sutherland and Robert Deniro.
Robert DeNiro and Gérard Depardieu.
Al Pacino and John Cazale.
Gérard Depardieu and Omar Sharif.
"Lawrence Of Arabia" (1962): Epic story of T.E. Lawrence in the Middle East during WWI. How many speaking roles did women have in the 227 minute film?
"Reds" (1981): Groundbreaking docu-drama of life and revolution during the WW1 era. What actor was the only Oscar winner of the four nominated for work in the film?
"Z!" (1969): French/Algerian political thriller that follows the investigation of the death of a political activist in the director's native country. Where is the film set?
"A Man For All Seasons" (1966): The final years of Sir Thomas More, and his epic battle with King Henry VIII in 16th Century England. On what source was the film based?
A historical novel.
An original screenplay.
An earlier film on Henry VIII.
"Robin Hood" (1938): The classic tale of Robin and his merry guerilla band. In which of the following films did Errol Flynn and co-star Olivia de Havilland NOT share billing?
'They Died With Their Boots On'.
'The Private Lives Of Elizabeth and Essex'.
"Spartacus" (1960): The film's screenwriter was blacklisted during the McCarthy Era until star Kirk Douglas insisted they be credited for this film. Who wrote the script?
Ring Lardner Jr.
"Bridge On The River Kwai" (1957): British POWs in Burma, questions of honor, class & life during WWII. Pierre Boulle authored the book, and what other 'cinematic' novel?
'Paths Of Glory'.
'Hiroshima Mon Amour'.
'The Planet Of The Apes'.
'The Ugly American'.
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