Monday, March 19, 2007

Trivia - Name This Movie Just For Fun

Just for fun, I thought I'd pose these trivia questions (The first person to name these movies gets all the bragging rights they can handle):

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People are doing an amazing job answering these!! (I can't believe how quickly they've gotten these!):

17) Danny Kaye sings about giving people the finger
Answer: The Inspector General (1949) - [Winner: 'Dominic' got this one that has been up here for a while. Way to go, Dominic! And I would never dare give YOU the finger!]
28) Robert Montgomery asks a woman if you milk horses - nice guess, 'Von Humboldt Fleischer', but try again!
29) Jane Wyman mistakes a group of men in kilts as women

54) Total number of people killed by Claude Rains as the Invisible Man (1933)
55) Rod Steiger takes a blowtorch to a dead man’s shoe
56) Bela Lugosi is upset when ink is spilled on his strawberry shortcake
Answer: Broadminded (1931) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got another hard one! Nice answer!]
57) Myrna Loy says to a man, 'You might get all sweaty and die.' - another nice guess, 'Von Humboldt Fleischer', but try again!
58) Dame May Whitty has a fascination with murder and says 'Good Morning' to daffodils - good guess, 'Bistis6', but try again!
59) Demi Moore has a blind grandmother who’s never read Plato - another good guess, 'Bistis6', but try again!
Answer: The Butcher's Wife (1991) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got it on the second guess! Great going!]
60) Robert Young asks a man, 'Did you ever try making love to a horse?'
61) Bruce Lee pretends to be an old newspaper vendor and a telephone repairman
Answer: Fists of Fury (a.k.a, The Chinese Connection) (1972) - [Winner: 'Muad'Dib' came through again with another nice answer!]
62) Kirsten Dunst feels like she’s cursed because she dropped a stick
Answer: Bring It On (2000) - [Winners: 'KingRoper' & 'Vince'. Nice one, guys!]
63) Name the film that has the Combined Miniature Deterrent Forces
Answer: Fantastic Voyage (1966) - [Winner: 'Muad'Dib' did it again! (and that's no miniature feat!)]
64) Name the two films (and you must name both) that had the last lines 'Two more months. Two more months.' and 'Nobody's perfect.'
Answers: Fargo (1996) & Some Like It Hot (1959) - [Winner: 'Huguinho Pinheiro' may be new to the game, but his knowledge sure isn't! Way to go! Fantastic!]
65) a man refers to Nicole Kidman as a gosling
66) Robin Williams plays a doctor who hops like a rabbit with a little girl - nice guess, 'Muad'Dib', but try again!.....and 2 nice guesses, 'Esther', but you'll also have to try again!......and a nice guess by Steve too, but try again!.....and - 'Von Humboldt Fleischer' had another nice guess, but he'll have to try again too!
Answer: What Dreams May Come (1998) - [Winner: 'Colinr' got this tricky one! After people made so many guesses, he finally got it! Way to go, 'Colinr'! And those very honorable guesses were made by: 'Muad'Dib', 'Esther', 'Steve', 'Von Humboldt Fleischer', & 'Bistis6'. Great guesses to one and all!]
67) John Travolta plays the title character and eats his own skin at the end of the movie - and a nice guess from you, 'Huguinho Pinheiro', but try again (unless there's something about angels I don't know about, in which case that would make for a really interesting movie!) - and good guess from you, Vince, but try again!
Answer: Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) - [Winner: 'Dominic' got another tricky one! Nice catch! I would say that he sure knows his skin-eating, but that just doesn't sound right. Honorable guesses: 'Huguinho Pinheiro', 'Vince', & 'Von Humboldt Fleischer']
68) John Travolta has a bumper sticker on his car saying 'Killing For Recreation'
Answer: The General's Daughter (1999) - [Winner: 'Huguinho Pinheiro' got another hard one! Way to go!]
69) The date on the calendar that Bond throws the knife into in the film, 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service' - nice guess on Dec. 25th, Vince, but try again!
70) Julianne Moore sarcastically refers to herself as a ‘humorless ice maiden’
Answer: Evolution (2001) - [Winner: 'KingRoper' got this one! And despite what you say, I think it was sarcastic. :))]
71) A man tells Jennifer Love Hewitt in the way of a compliment, ‘Nice rack’ (and name the man) (well, really, this could be any film) - Nice guess, Vince, but try again! (unless I'm wrong about Ray Liotta saying it to her too!).......and nice guess on the man, 'Von Humboldt Fleischer', but try again!
72) Joan Crawford says, 'And by the way, there’s a name for you ladies, but it isn’t used in high society…outside of a kennel.'
Answer: The Women (1939) - [Winners: 'Esther' of Stax O' Wax (go there for really great stuff, by the way!) got this one! Way to go, Esther! You sure know your bit.........of film history, that is!........and 'Huguinho Pinheiro' also got it! Way to go to you too!]
73) What is the first Christmas song in 'The Godfather' (1972)?
Answer: 'Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas' - [Winner: 'Quinlan' got another tough one! I can see him polishing his Trivia crown right now!]
74) Tom Cruise movie with the following credit: 'The Producers wish to thank the following for their assistance: Dead Horse State Park'
Answer: Mission Impossible II (2000) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got another one! Does he know his Dead Horses or what?]
75) What do these Tony Curtis movies have in common (besides the fact that he was in them): The Boston Strangler, Houdini, & The Great Race? - Vince, that was a fantastic answer about rope! I never thought of that one, but I was thinking of another common link.....try again, please!...And 'Quinlan' came up with two more great links of all the movies being based on true stories and using a split screen technique (though I don't think Houdini or The Great Race had split screens, but I could be wrong), but I was thinking of something else. I should just give it to you though because those are great commonalities, but try again, guys! :))
76) Jackie Chan has a fight in a Turkish bath house - 'Muad'Dib' had a good guess, but try again (I don't think that bath house was Turkish)!......and 'Dominic' had the same good guess, but try again!.....and I think, 'Von Humboldt Fleischer' guessed The Protector for this one, but try again!
77) Tom Hanks builds a fountain
Answer: The Terminal (2004) - [Winner: 'Muad'Dib' got another one. You are tops!]
78) Bruce Willis’ favorite color is rust
Answer: Unbreakable (2000) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got yet another one! He is on a real hot streak! Either that or he really knows his celebrities' favorite colors!]
79) Clint Eastwood says, 'Maybe bring him a bunch of roses'
Answer: For a Few Dollars More (1965) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' snagged another one. I'm going to get Clint to bring you a bunch of roses!]
80) Robert De Niro drives a truck filled with dresses - a good guess by Steve on 'Heat', but as far as I know, try again!
Answer: The Godfather Part II (1974) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got this one! Honorable guesses: 'Steve' & 'Vince' (you may be right about 'Goodfellas', but I'm not sure. Who knew Robert De Niro was so associated with dresses?)]
81) Julia Roberts discusses urinalysis and talks about a woman who smells like chicken fat
Answer: Erin Brockovich (2000) - [Winner: 'Steve' got this one right and I respect anybody who knows their chicken fat (not to mention urinalysis)!]
82) Charlton Heston mentions ‘bowel movements, enemas, and suppositories’
83) Michael Douglas compares Washington D.C. to Calcutta and its beggars - good guess, 'Muad'Dib', but try again!
Answer: Traffic (2000) - [Winner: 'Von Humboldt Fleischer' got this one! Nice answer! You're doing great! Honorable guess: 'Muad'Dib']
84) Michael Douglas’ neighbor listens to Louis Prima, then turns up dead
Answer: Don't Say A Word (2001) - [Winner: 'Von Humboldt Fleischer' got a hard one! Way to go, VHF!]
85) Robert Mitchum tells a man that the man has a mind of a dogcatcher
Answer: Crossfire (1947) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got another hard one! You definitely DON'T have the mind of a dogcatcher!]
86) Julianne Moore washes a baby at a fish market
Answer: Hannibal (2001) - [Winner: 'Muad'Dib' got another one for sure! And you're not the only one who liked Hannibal because I didn't think it was so bad either! :)) Way to go, you trivia champ, you!]
87) Rosalind Russell buys a man a bulletproof vest and then drops it on his foot
Answer: Rendezvous (1935) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got this one too! Nice going!]
88) Rosalind Russell talks about walking down the street and showing people her pink panties
Answer: Picnic (1955) - [Winner: And 'Bistis6' also got this one! Rosalind Russell certainly has her issues with clothing!]
89) a man forces another man to kiss Tara Reid’s foot - nice 2 guesses, 'Von Humboldt Fleischer', but as far as I know not the right one, so please try again!
90) Name these 2 movies (you must name both) that have skywriting that says, 'Stick It Out' and 'Surrender', respectively
91) Eddie Murphy ends up dead on a casino gaming table - both great guesses, 'Bistis6', but try again!
Answer: The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002) - [Winner: 'Tor Y. Harbin' got this one. Sorry, Bistis6, but way to go Tor!]
92) Bill Cosby talks about killing a buffalo with his finger - nice guess, 'Muad'Dib' on Leonard Part 6, but try again!.....and Jon Bob made another good guess, but try again please!
93) Christopher Walken tries to explain The Tooth Fairy to a group of men
Answer: The Rundown (2003) - [Winner: 'Muad'Dib' hit the nail right on the head with that one! Or he hit the Tooth Fairy right in the teeth, I'm not sure which!]
94) Michelle Pfeiffer smells a tank top with the word 'Juilliard' on it - a nice guess by John Reents, but please try again!
95) Faye Emerson wears a ring around her neck inscribed with the words, 'Till Death Do Us Part'

96) Glenn Ford finds a dead naked woman hanging upside down in a room filled with mannequins
Answer: Experiment in Terror (1962) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got another one! I wonder if Glenn Ford was looking for mannequins or dead naked women?]
97) Humphrey Bogart stands out in the rain staring and crying, with his nose pressed against the window, while looking at a wedding
98) Michael York is shot in the chest with arrows after being shot several times with a gun - nice guess, 'Quinlan', but I bet that would've made 'Lost Horizon' even more interesting!....and nice guess by 'Colinr' to a Jenny Agutter movie, but please try again....and another good guess by 'Von Humboldt Fleischer' and Crazy_Borg!
Answer: Wrongfully Accused (1998) - [Winner: And 'Detective Mitchell' of Detective Mitchell's Junk Drawer got this one after many other honorables guesses by 'Quinlan', 'Colinr', Von Humboldt Fleischer', & 'Crazy_Borg'. Way to go, Detective! They don't call him Detective for nothing!]
99) Charles Bronson helps a man pull a carriage with his bare hands
100) Name the movies in which Charles Bronson is beaten up by, 1) Laurence Fishburne, & 2) Katherine Hepburn
Answers: Death Wish 2 (1982) & Pat and Mike (1952) - [Winner: 'Quinlan' got another one! Great going! Isn't it a shame that 30 years later Charles Bronson was still getting his behind kicked?]
101) Nicolas Cage describes how excited he was to get sea monkeys
Answer: Amos & Andrew (1993) - [Winner: 'Von Humboldt Fleischer' got this one! He picks up another one. Way to go! I'm getting excited about it and I'm not even thinking of sea monkeys!]
102) Laura Dern is married to a man who works on international treaty law
Answer: Jurassic Park III (2001) - [Winner: 'Colinr' got this one. Way to go! See, and despite what you thought, all your guesses were not completely wrong! :))]
103) Julia Roberts tells a running man that he’s jailbait - although you'll have to guess again on this one, 'Colinr' (unless she told more than one man that he's jailbait)!
104) Kirsten Dunst says, ‘I’m feeling a little uncomfortable about my place in the food chain.’ - and 'Colinr' came up with another nice guess on this one, but try again!
105) Mel Gibson imitates Sean Connery saying the word 'adversary'
106) What do these movies have in common: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, From Russia With Love, & The Wild, Wild West? [and I bet I get some interesting answers!]....'Vince' had a great answer which I believe might also be right, but it's not the one I was thinking of. Try again, please!

107) Arnold Schwarzenegger says to a little girl: ‘Where is this?’ to which the little girl replies, ‘Earth. Welcome.’ - 'Colinr' gave a really nice guess on this one, but please try again!
Answer: Eraser (1996) - [Winner: 'Tor Y. Harbin' got another tricky one. Honorable guess: 'Colinr'............'Where is this?'......'Sacramento. Welcome.'.......and 'Tor' scores another one!]
108) Diana Rigg makes the statement, 'She runs like a dromedary with dropsy.'
Answer: Evil Under The Sun (1982) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' dropped that camel in its tracks! Way to go!]
109) June Allyson is told by a woman to make penguins because they’re more popular
110) Cary Grant listens to gossip at the laundromat
- another nice guess, 'Von Humboldt Fleischer', but try again!
111) Name the star and the movie who has these attributes: Member of the Spanish Club, Yearbook Staff, Future Business Leaders of America, Student Government Association, & sings “Matchmaker, Matchmaker” from “Fiddler on the Roof”?......(Jon Bob made a good guess about 'Rushmore' on this one, but try again please! :)))

112) Sally Field drives a car through a building (& has a conversation about worms)
Answer: Heroes (1977) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got another one! Way to go! (And I bet you thought I was going to type in 'L.A. Confidential' again, didn't you?)]
113) A funny man pours milk on children as music by Vangelis plays (name the movie and the man)
114) Brad Pitt tells a bartender, ‘I’m running away with your wife’ to which the bartender smiles back, says ‘Great!’ and gives a thumbs up sign
Answer: Ocean's Eleven (2001) - [Winner: 'Jon Bob' got this tricky one! Nice job! Thumbs up to you and you don't even have to run away with anybody!]
115) Chris Rock goes into a rib joint and tries to buy a single rib for 50 cents
Answer: I'm Gonna Git You Sucka (1988) - [Winner: And 'Detective Mitchell' of Detective Mitchell's Junk Drawer got another one! He's no sucka!!]
116) Russell Crowe stabs a man in the leg and holds another man out of a window
Answer: L. A. Confidential (1997) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got this one. I hope 'Bistis6' wasn't the man he stabbed in the leg!]
117) Eve Arden watches a man destroy a table with his bare hands
Answer: The Strongest Man In The World (1975) - [Winner: 'Von Humboldt Fleischer' got another hard one! Now he doesn't have to destroy ME with his bare hands!]
118) Stephen Seagal is ordered to attend a group therapy session for his rage
Answer: Exit Wounds (2001) - [Winner: 'M' got this one right! Way to go! And are you any relation to Peter Lorre's 'M', by any chance?]
119) Name the movie (and the star) in which these happen: Accidentally kidnaps a child, gets on a wagon thinking it’s the train, hides under a coat on a coathook, pretends to be a lady’s mannequin, combs his hair by checking it in a bald man’s head, & writes “Kick Me” backwards on a wall......(and two nice guesses by Detective Mitchell, but please try again!)
120) Donald Sutherland rides a rollercoaster while eating a banana
Answer: Space Cowboys (2000) - [Winner: 'Crazy_Borg' got this one. Nice answer! See, the guessing paid off!]
121) A man says Woody Allen has a 'khaki face'
Answer: Broadway Danny Rose (1984) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got another one. Nice catch!]
122) Robert Montgomery says, 'I’ve suddenly discovered a liking for little children.'
123) Orson Welles tells a naked man: 'You’re a very weird person.' (and you must name the man)
Answer: Catch-22 (1970), spoken to Alan Arkin - [Winner: And no, it's not that 'Bistis6' knows his naked men (or even his weird people), but it's because he knows his movies!]
124) Peter Lorre gets killed because of his watch
125)
Elsa Lanchester trips over a dog and drinks herself into unconsciousness
126) Oliver Reed is angry that his giraffes won’t mate
Answer: Gladiator (2000) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' scored another one. Oliver Reed certainly won't be mad at you! (if he were still alive, that is)]
127) Maureen O’Hara turns around to see who hit her in the back of the head with rice
128) Peter O’Toole deliberately hits himself in the head with a red bucket

129) Gene Hackman dies after hitting his head on a stone penis
Answer: Heartbreakers (2001) - [Winner: 'Vince' got this one (and it's not because we know our penises.....you know I had to say it)......and I agree with you about the movie and you're very welcome on the Goldfarb!]
130) A man hits Burt Reynolds in the head, sticks his head in a toilet and then gives him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation (and name the man)
131) Hugh Grant asks Salman Rushdie where the bathroom is
Answer: Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) - [Winner: 'Quinlan' got another one! So that's where Salman Rushdie is!]
132) Someone calls Samuel L. Jackson 'rhinoceros pizzle' (and you must name the person)
Answer: Arsenio Hall says it to him in Coming To America (1988) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got another one! He's on fire! And no, I won't make a joke about pizzle.]
133) Richard Gere claims he could’ve saved Joan of Arc
Answer: Chicago (2002) - [Winner: 'Jon Bob' got this one! Way to go! I bet 'Jon Bob' could save Joan of Arc too!]
134) Herbert Lom says he would go back in time and kill Hitler if he had the chance
Answer: The Dead Zone (1983) - [Winner: 'Bistis6' got another one! Way to go, 'Bistis6'! It's a good thing Hitler's not alive to hear Herbert Lom say that!]......and I realized it when I got home, Bistis6, that I had accidentally put in L.A. Confidential twice!
135) Herbert Marshall complains that people around him are talking too much about arterial sclerosis
136) Maureen O’Sullivan will only eat dinner with a man trying to make a date with her between 5:10 and 5:55

137) Helen Hunt is an alcoholic waitress with a blue wig
138) Somebody says the top of Joe Pantoliano’s head looks like a parakeet (and name the person)
139) Brendan Fraser lives in a trailer and at some point in the movie performs brain surgery
140) Kirk Douglas tells another man his Adam’s Apple will turn to mush, his brain will begin to boil, and he’ll scream and holler, but nobody will hear you.
141) William Powell is dared to ride a merry-go-round and forced to drink milk
142) A woman says to Bill Murray: 'You gonna bring me that martini or do I have to suck it out of the glass from here?' [and name the woman]
143) John Wayne listens to Vivaldi while drinking sour mash
144) John Wayne throws a chicken in a man’s face, knocks him unconscious, and then later watches a man on fire and says, 'Let him burn'
145) A man tells Laura Linney, 'Don’t be so John Wayne'. [and name the man]
146) Robert DeNiro watches Tony Curtis play piano
147) Mel Gibson says dogs make good eating, and breaks a chair when he sits on it
148) James Coburn watches a man in a shower, and when asked why, he says, 'I’m a lifeguard.'
149) Here's a toughie! Name the movie (that I'm thinking of) that has this credit: - 'No oceans were polluted in the making of this film'
150) In the film, Waiting For Guffman, who gets the credit: Not Guffman
151) A man says Barbara Stanwyck spends $3000 a year having her toenails painted (and name the man)
152) Janet Leigh’s father is upset with her for wearing lipstick
153) Diane Keaton asks a man, 'Would you like me better if I were a nun?' (and name the man)
154) Jack Lemmon complains that a man is squeezing his breast again
155) Nicolas Cage says, 'Loyalty is my only vice'


.......sorry, no time to respond to the new answers, but I hope the new questions make up for it! (and I love seeing Detective Mitchell playing!)


Comments:
The Julianne Moore movie may very well be "Evolution" directed by Ivan Reitman (2001)
 
For Nicol Williamson I suggest "The Cheap Detective" by Robert Moore (1978)
 
Like quinlan, I should say 3evolution"... The other I don't know
 
For Nicol Williamson I suggest The 7% Solution
 
I will say that one of you got one of the movies right! :))
 
As an alternative for Julianne Moore I propose "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" (1997) directed by Steven Spielberg
 
That sounds like a good possibility. But keep guessing! :))
 
I thought the Julianne Moore one was from Nine Months, but I'm not sure because I haven't seen it in awhile. Hugh Grant and Tom Arnold beat up a man in dino costume in that one.
 
For a third try concerning Julianne Moore, what about Ridley Scott's "Hannibal" (2001)
 
Third time's the charm. You got them both right, Quinlan! Nice guesses, anonymous & Sharon!

You guys came up with some really imaginative answers! You guys should pat yourselves on the back (I'd do it, but I haven't figured out a way to reach through the computer screens yet). Congrats!
 
great blog! such amazing stuff - really enjoy the reviews - prefer the lengthier ones if you have the time :-)

Great stuff. Great taste!
 
The ifrst actor to play Jmes Bond on screen was Barry Nelso in the TV movie version of Casino Royale.
 
The ifrst actor to play Jmes Bond on screen was Barry Nelso in the TV movie version of Casino Royale.
 
Sorry for the double post. And it's Barry Nelson (mispelled it).
 
First James Bond "on-screen" was Barry Nelson in the tv production Americanised in 1954. Do I win?
 
Hi Anonymous!

Thanks for all the nice things you said! And you might be one of the only people to ask for longer reviews! (And I didn't actually realize I was doing reviews so much as rambling). You've made my day! :)))

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And Detective Mitchell & Soulpeeps must've typed it in at the same time! You both win! Yay! (Your trophies will be waiting at your doorsteps when you get home.....or if you're at home, you can open your doors and it's right there).
 
I'm sad I didn't win a doormat, too :-( (Ha-ha)
 
For the Christopher Walken question- "Blast From The Past " ??

Flunkyrat
 
Re: Christopher Walken: Catch Me If You Can??
 
Christopher Walken is a lifetime member of the Rotary Club in Steven Spielberg's "Catch Me If You Can"
 
Sorry I did not see that Mickey gave the answer before me. Since I am sure of the answer, well done Mickey
 
quinlan, congrats on winning the first (very tough) round. I was convinced that the Juliane Moore one was 'Evolution'. I haven't seen Hannibal, just because I do not like sequels in general, and The Silence Of The Lambs was so perfect...

nomwl1, these quizzes are very funny, and tricky ;-))
 
Hi Mickey!

Well, you don't need a doormat since you got the third question right! Congratulations! (And always glad to see you when you come visit!) :)))

And thanks for what you said about the questions! I was trying to make that Hannibal one a little tricky. Nowadays, with Google, any question you come up with is so easy for people, I have to throw in a few tricks! And I do agree with you about The Silence of the Lambs. Most any sequel is going to be disappointing following that movie!

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Hi Flunkyrat!

Nice guess! (I can't help but like Blast From the Past - even though I know it's not a perfect movie).

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Hi Quinlan!

And I guess that makes you a co-winner! Congrats (but you already knew you and Mickey were right!) :))
 
Regarding question #2 this could be the Australian film "The Sum of Us" (which I’ve seen once in the night on German TV).
But I might be wrong, of course.
 
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The first answer is End of Days. I'm ashamed to know that.
 
Gabriel Byrne: with no certitude "End Of Days" (Peter Hyams - 1999).
Russell Crowe: like Monsieur Porneaux, I think it's "The Sum Of Us" (Geoff Burton/Kevin Dowling - 1994) for one reason; it's the only movie I found where the character played by Russell Crowe has a father - played by Jack Thompson.
 
hi
please release the POLTERGEIST 2 COMPLETE Score. two CDS.
 
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3) Sidney Poitier spits on Claude Akins

The Defiant Ones?
 
This trivia becomes more and more difficult so more and more challenging and more and more interesting!
Some suggestions:
Dorothy Malone/Rod Taylor: "Fate Is The Hunter" (Ralph Nelson-1964)
Sidney Poitier/Claude Akins: "The Defiant Ones" (Stanley Kramer-1958)
Bette Davis/George Brent: "The Great Lie" (Edmund Goulding-1941)
 
I have absolutely no idea what the answers are this time. I'm just dropping by to wish you and all your readers a very, very happy new year. Keep up your amazingly great work, and may you and your family be overwhelmed with happiness and joy for the year to come.

Sincerley yours,

Mickey

;-))
 
Well, of course, that's "Sincerely yours", and not "Sincerly yours" ;-)))
 
Hi, just wanted to drop in and say thanks for the great music, and to wish you a belated Happy Holidays!
 
Rather difficult this time!
I have another try for Bette Davis/George Brent: "Jezebel" (William Wyler-1938) and just a suggestion for Barbara Stanwyck: "The Mad Miss Manton" (Leigh Jason-1938)
 
Takin this opportunity to say you blog has been a consistant joy to visit...for the sharing you do, of course, but also for your great insight and sense of humor.

Keep up the good work.

ps #4...Clifton at his most Webb in DARK CORNER
 
I believe the Barbara Stanwyck movie is "The Mad Miss Manton"
 
NUMBER 9 JAMES BOND mOVIE NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN

NUMBER 13 CARY GRANT IN ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS..BRAZILIAN MAIL SERVICE.

GRANT WAS SO POPULAR THAT THE MOVIE PRODUCERS KNEW PEOPLE WOULD GO SEE THE MOVIE REGUARDLESS OF BEING IN COLOUR OR B+W. THATS WHY MANY OF HIS FILMS WERE IN BLACK AND WHITE. AND NOT EVEN THE HIGHER GRADE FILM.
 
#12 - That was Robert DeNiro as Fearless Leader in the (unfairly) maligned The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle.
 
10) The Hitchcock film may very well be "Foreign Correspondent" (1940) where the Latvian is played by Eddie Conrad.
 
#14) Fred MacMurray.
What about "Son Of Flubber" (1963)
 
11) Conan O’Brien commits suicide by jumping out of a high rise building

Maybe South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut?
 
#15) Movie narrated by James Hilton
Goodbye, Mr.Chips (1939) ?
 
#21) Sir Cedric Hardwicke spends most of his time in a tree in "On Borrowed Time" (Harold S. Bucquet-1939)
 
#16) Dennis Quaid as a fire fighter
"Frequency" (Gregory Hoblit-2000) ?
 
18) Colin Farrell hits a man with an organ pipe

Daredevil?

20) Kevin Spacey gets very excited when somebody turns on lawn sprinklers

K-Pax?
 
#7 is from "Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone". Richard Harris (as Dumbledore) was talking about Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans.

Tony
 
Bette Davis & George Brent
Another try: "Front Page Woman" (Michael Curtiz-1935)
 
NO.19 SOUNDS LIKE A SCENE FROM AN ELVIS MOVIE CALLED GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS.

IF IT ISN'T WE GOT A DOUBLE DOUBLE.
 
Mia Farrow sings about Laxatives in Woody Allens' 'Radio Days' "get regular with Re-Lax!"
 
#36 - (Orson Welles)Definitely "Touch Of Evil" (1958) where director Orson Welles plays a character named Hank...Quinlan
 
#30 (James Caan)
"Mickey Blue Eyes" (Kelly Makin - 1999)
 
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#48 (Alice Brady/Maureen O'Sullivan)
"Stage Mother" (Charles Brabin-1933)
 
#24 is "The Black Bird"
#33 is "The Quiet Man"
#36 is "Touch of Evil"

These are a blast, wish I knew more of them - that Jack Nicholson one is so familiar sounding - I know I'm going to kick myself when I hear the answer.
 
Wait, I think I got it...
#42 "Prizzi's Honor", as Jack Nicholson and Kathleen Turner are about to have phone sex
 
#41 (Marcia Gay Harden)
"Gaudi Afternoon" (Susan Seidelman-2001)
 
#38 (Constance Bennett)
"What Price Hollywood?" (George Cukor-1932)
...But I'm not so sure
 
#39 (Loretta Young)
"Zoo In Budapest" (Rowland V. Lee-1933)
 
#34 (Brian Cox)
"The Ring" (Gore Verbinski-2002)
 
hold on a sec - my wife thinks the Jack Nicholson film is "Somethings Got to Give" (#42) - she may be on to something here.
 
Guess:
#33 john Wyne in The Quiet Man
#35 Arnold in T-3
#47 Strangers on a Train
 
#32 (Dennis Hopper)
"My Science Project" (Jonathan R. Betuel-1985)
 
#47 (Alfred Hitchcock)
"The Lady Vanishes" (1938)
 
#44 (Annette Bening)
"What Planet Are You From? (Mike Nichols-2000)
 
#37 (Dick Powell)
As a guess:
"Varsity Show" (William Keighley-1937)
 
No. 27 Sigourney Weaver

I'll guess she did this in WORKING GIRL co-starring Harrison Ford and Melanie Griffith
 
23) Elizabeth Hurley says, 'I have fantastic hearing and a number of other equally impressive talents.'

Bedazzled?
 
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#19 Clambake.
I got confuded between Girls , Easy Come Easy Go and clam.

#45 Connery in Lion In Winter.
What was his name Razuli?
 
#26 - Galaxy Quest. I thought, for sure, that someone would've posted this, already.
 
#49 Giant/Mame/The List of Adrian Messenger
In each of these movies there is a sequence depicting a fox hunt
 
@ Vince
Concerning #45, I am afraid that it's not Sean Connery playing in "The Lion In Winter" where were starring Peter O'Toole, Katherine Hepburn and Anthony Hopkins.
Sean Connery plays the main character in "The Wind And The Lion" (John Milius-1975) where his complete name is "Mulay Ahmed Mohammed El-Raisuli the Magnificent".
I must say that I do not know whether he is saying the proposed sentence in this film, but if it is so, YOU put me on the right track.
 
#26. Galaxy Quest ?
 
19. My guess is "Clambake" starring Elvis Presley
 
#22 "A Beautiful Mind"
 
#31 is MURDER BY DEATH
 
#43 (Jack Black)
Shallow Hal (Bobby and
Peter Farrelly-2001)
 
Sigourney Weaver uses the phrase 'menage a cinque' and asks her daughter to feel her butt in HEARTBREAKERS
 
Star Wars Episode 1 first spoken word is "Captain", the last is "apprentice."
 
Sean Connery says "I'm not what you'd call... a passionate man but I do enjoy a glass of bollinger or dom perignon 65' as long is it chilled to the right temperature" in the movie Thunderball in 1965
 
52) Don Cheadle sports blonde hair and hangs around with a man who plays with a slinky & has a pet tiger

Meteor Man?

61) Bruce Lee pretends to be an old newspaper vendor and a telephone repairman

The Chinese Connection?

63) Name the film that has the Combined Miniature Deterrent Forces

Fantastic Voyage?

66) Robin Williams plays a doctor who hops like a rabbit with a little girl

Patch Adams?
 
#46 Mark Wahlberg, in the movie "Three Kings", says to the Kuaiti soldier listening to Eddie Murphy’s awful song “Party All The Time”. He says: “don’t listen to that - it sucks?”

Note: Tomorrow at The Academy Awards Mark is probably the one who sucks. Both Eddie and Mark are in the same category.
 
# 64) 'Two more months. Two more months.' - Fargo
'Nobody's perfect.' - Some Like It Hot
 
67) John Travolta plays the title character and eats his own skin at the end of the movie

I Think the movie is "Michael"(1996)

68) John Travolta has a bumper sticker on his car saying 'Killing For Recreation'

I'm sure the movie is The General's Daughter (1999)
 
#50 is (fittingly enough) "Soylent Green", and also "Ben Hur"

bon appetit!
 
#62 - Kirsten Dunst drops the spirit stick in
BRING IT ON
 
#70 EVOLUTION
But isn't Juilanne Moore a humorless ice maiden in every movie?
 
HI, THANKS FOR BEING SUCH A NICE GUY.
# 45 ROBIN AND MARION.

# 52 AFTER THE SUNSET.

# 62 BRING IT ON.

THIS IS A FUN GAME AND IT STRECHES MY BRAIN.
 
#50 Khartoum or Ben-Hur.

"Altho I may die from your miracle, you most assuredly will die from mine"
 
The answer to #72 (the Joan Crawford quote) is "The Women".
 
#66 - where Robin Williams is a doctor hopping like a rabbit:
"Awakenings" is my answer
 
I changed my mind for #66 - I think it's "Nine Months"
 
Hi!

Welcome to the game, Huguinho Pinheiro & Esther(and if I didn't say it before, that goes for you too, KingRoper)!

And thanks for saying what you did, Vince! And I'm glad it's fun for someone besides me! :))

And to everyone else (Quinlan, Mickey, Sharon, Detective Mitchell, Tor Y. Harbin, Soylentgreen, Brian, Muad'Dib, Tony, Harrylime, Potsdamerplatz, Jeff, Bistis6, & Honored General), you guys are fantastic! Great game playing and great knowledge! This is really fun!! :))
 
Thanks!!!
 
Here's another one
15) a movie narrated by James Hilton (that involves teachers and students

Answer: Madame Curie (1943)
 
25) Dana Wynter works in a dunking booth (& is registered as a prostitute with the health department)

Answer: Fräulein (1958)
 
#47 (Alfred Hitchcock)
"The 39 Steps" (1935)
 
#71 Heartbreakers
I think it was Ray Liotta that said it to her, great movie by the way.
 
#51 I think its Bowfinger
#67 Battlefield Earth
# 69 Dec 1967
# 75 Rope. He used it to strangle,tie his hands, and hold the Car together.

Your Oscar compilations should recieve an OSCAR for Best Music Compilation. Astounding work. Thanks for them all.
 
#69 is Dec-1969 Possibly the 25th
 
No, I'm not Quinlan. Hugo Pinheiro is my real neme. I'm a movie fan from Brazil.
Cheers

72) Joan Crawford says, 'And by the way, there’s a name for you ladies, but it isn’t used in high society…outside of a kennel.'

Answer: The Women - 1939
 
By the way, thanks for all the wonderful soundracks available here.
I don't want to bother, but could you kindly post "Silent movie" again?
 
#8 Death Wish 2

#47 The 39 Steps

#51 Bowfinger

#53 Take Her She's Mine

#74 Mission Impossible 2
 
#58 SUSPICION

#59 DECONSTRUCTING HARRY
 
Hi Everybody!

Hi Hugo!: I was just joking about you being 'Quinlan', but you're doing so well at the trivia and you're getting the answers to some hard questions, it just seemed like you were! :))

And I hope you enjoyed the re-post of Silent Movie!

Hi Vince!: Thanks so much for what you said about the Oscar compilations. I really appreciate it and love hearing you say it!

Also, I checked on my copy of John Goldfarb and found that there was something wrong with it, so I'm not able to post it. :(( But I'll put in a request at the Request Post for it and maybe someone else will be able to come up with it. :))

.....and thanks to everyone for making it so fun to play! :))
 
#56 BROADMINDED

another guess for #59 THE BUTCHER'S WIFE

#78 UNBREAKABLE
 
66) Robin Williams.

The World according to Garp?
 
80) Heat
81) Erin Brockovich
 
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76) Jackie Chan has a fight in a Turkish bath house

Possibly Rush Hour 2? I'm pretty sure I remember he and Chris Tucker having a fight in a bath house.

77) Tom Hanks builds a fountain

The Terminal?

83) Michael Douglas compares Washington D.C. to Calcutta and its beggars

Wall Street?

86) Julianne Moore washes a baby at a fish market

This one I'm absolutely sure about, it's Hannibal. The reason she washes the baby is because she had just killed its mother and needed to wash the blood off.

I'm probably the only person on Earth who actually liked Hannibal...
 
#79 FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE
 
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#80 THE GODFATHER PT. 2
 
#75 (Tony Curtis)
The three films are based on a true story.
In case this is not the correct answer, it is however true.
 
#87 RENDEZVOUS
 
#88 PICNIC
 
#80 GOODFELLERS
I REMEMBER A SCENE WHERE DENIRO
TELLS LORRAINE BRACCCIO TO GO INTO HIS DRESS SHOP/WHEREHOUSE TO PICK SOMETHINGS OUT. SHES AFRAID TO GO IN BECAUSE SHE MIGHT GET KILLED.
 
#75 In the three Tony Curtis films, the directors used the "split screen" technique.

#100 Charles Bronson/Laurence Fishburne in "Death Wish II (Michael Winner-1982)
Charles Bronson/Katharine Hepburn in "Pat And Mike" (George Cukor-1952)
 
#98 Michael York
Lost Horizon (Charles Jarrott-1973)
 
92) Bill Cosby talks about killing a buffalo with his finger

Leonard Part 6?

93) Christopher Walken tries to explain The Tooth Fairy to a group of men

The Rundown?
 
#96 EXPERIMENT IN TERROR

#91 (two guesses) HARLEM NIGHTS or A VAMPIRE IN BROOKLYN
 
#73 "The Godfather" first Christmas song:
"Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" by Bing Crosby
 
#91 - The Adventures of Pluto Nash
 
#108 EVIL UNDER THE SUN
 
#1 - The Inspector General
#67 - Austin Powers: Goldmember
#76 - Rush Hour 2
 
WOW!
I AM ASTOUNDED AT YOUR COLOSSIAL COMPLEMENT TO ME.
I ALWAYS HAVE BEEN THANKFUL FOR YOUR BLOG AND HAVE ALWAYS FELT THAT I SHOULD AT THE VERY LEAST MAKE A COMMENT AND TO SAY THANK YOU FOR YOUR HARD WORK AND DEDICATION TO SPREADING GREAT MUSIC THAT OTHERWISE COULD BE LOST.
I AM SO GRATEFUL TO YOU FOR RECOGNIZING ME. YOU HAVE MADE ME FEEL VALIDATED AS A PERSON AND OF COURSE, VERY VERY HAPPY.

MANY THANKS.

#106 COMMON LINK IS A TRAIN.
 
28. Mr and Mrs Smith
57. The Thin Man
66. Awakenings
67. The Boy in the Plastic Bubble?
71. The Tuxedo - Jackie Chan?
72. The Protector
83. Traffic
89. I Woke Up Early the Day I Died
101. Amos and Andrew
110. I Was a Male War Bride?

Almost all total guesses.
 
These are some guesses for the answers:

66: What Dreams May Come
98: Riddle Of The Sands
102: Jurassic Park III
103: Mystic Pizza
104: Interview With The Vampire
107: Kindergarten Cop

All are probably completely wrong!
 
#85 CROSSFIRE
 
#66 PATCH ADAMS
 
#107 - Eraser
 
Hi Everybody!

Wow! That was weird. For some reason, Blogger.com was acting up and somehow turned off the comments to this entry. I think it just happened when I posted these new questions. It's been acting weird all day, but I managed to turn them back on.

@ Vince: I wanted to let you know how deserved all those comments were too (I meant the ones I made about you!). You and all the people here who go to the trouble to leave comments should know that I don't take it for granted and how appreciative of it I am!

And you especially for going that extra mile! I always appreciate and acknowledge your effort, enthusiasm, and support (and I'm glad you saw the note about Goldfarb!)

I bow to you all (and it's not just because of your superior trivia knowledge!) :))
 
#116 L.A. CONFIDENTIAL
#123 CATCH-22 (spoken to Alan Arkin)???
#134 THE DEAD ZONE
 
# 131 Hugh Grant/Salman Rushdie
Bridget Jones's Diary (Sharon Maguire-2001)
 
117 - The Strongest Man in the World
84 - Don't Say a Word
89 - Cruel Intentions?
98 - The Return of the Musketeers
 
#129 IS HEARTBREAKERS. Its a fun movie.
Thanks for helping me get the John Goldfarb DownLoad. Its like Christmas in March!!!
Filmpac did a great job with album covers included. I am listening to Shirley MacLaine sing the title now as I write this comment.
I recently bought an external hard drive because my laptop crashed once and I lost lots of stuff.
I hope you get your computer problems straightened out without any more stress.
Thank Amigo.
 
#112 HEROES

P.S. Please fix my answer to #134. That should be THE DEAD ZONE, not LA CONFIDENTIAL (that was the answer to #116)
 
#121 BROADWAY DANNY ROSE
 
#126 GLADIATOR
 
#132 Aresenio Hall in COMING TO AMERICA
 
92- Mother, Jugs And Speed?

111 - Jason Schwartzman, Rushmore

114- Oceans 11

133 - Chicago
 
98) Megiddo: The Omega Code 2
120) Space Cowboys

Just guessing...
 
#118 - Exit Wounds?

M
 
98) Michael York is shot in the chest with arrows after being shot several times with a gun.
Wrongfully Accused

115) Chris Rock goes into a rib joint and tries to buy a single rib for 50 cents
I'm Gonna Get You Sucka

119) Name the movie (and the star) in which these happen: Accidentally kidnaps a child, gets on a wagon thinking it’s the train, hides under a coat on a coathook, pretends to be a lady’s mannequin, combs his hair by checking it in a bald man’s head, & writes “Kick Me” backwards on a wall
I'm going to say either "Bean" or "Mr. Magoo"
 
Michelle Pfeiffer...Grease 2?
 
#124 M
 
111) Name the star and the movie who has these attributes: Member of the Spanish Club, Yearbook Staff, Future Business Leaders of America, Student Government Association, & sings “Matchmaker, Matchmaker” from “Fiddler on the Roof”?......(
Rees Witherspoon, "Election"
 
Sorry,Reese Withersponn. Damn typo.
 
#94 These are total guesses. Either FRANKIE AND JOHHNY, or ONE FINE DAY.
 
#142 Joanne Whalley THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO LITTLE

#146 THE LAST TYCOON

#148 THE GREAT ESCAPE

#149 SPPED CONTROL: CRUISE CONTROL

#150 Paul Benedict
 
#113 - Jim Carrey in Bruce Almighty. (For a bonus that probably doesn't exist...the music was the theme from Chariots of Fire.)

I cannot believe that no one else got this.
 
147: The Patriot
154: My Fellow Americans
 
#119 is a Harold Lloyd picture that I just watched recently, and...I can't remember the title! Aaagghh!
 
Ok,

Here are a few:

87 - might be OH DAD, POOR DAD, MAMA'S HUNG YOU IN THE CLOSET AND I'm FEELING SO SAD

93 is *definately* THE RUNDOWN

98 is probably THE LAST REMAKE OF BEAU GESTE

104 is JUMANJI

134 is THE DEAD ZONE

154 is SOME LIKE IT HOT

Love the site and please keep those excellent posts a coming.
 
149 WATERWORLD

HEY BOSS THESE ARE SOME TUFF ONES.

VINCE
 
#130 The Crew. Seymour Cassel.
I tink this is correct.
Hope Your Well.
Vince
 
# 146 Robert De Niro/Tony Curtis
The Last Tycoon (Elia Kazan-1976)
 
Fantastic site. I was looking for Pennies from Heaven forever.
 
#127 is 'How Green Was My Valley' and #143 is 'The Cowboys.' (My all-time favorite film score, by John Williams!) #144 might be 'Rio Lobo.'
 
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