Hank Grant's Movie and Film Quiz Part 1 Questions
A movie and film quiz put together by Hank Grant of the Hollywood Reporter.
HANK GRANT FILMLORE QUIZ
Hank Grant, daily columnist for The Hollywood Reporter, a motion picture and television trade newspaper, and commentator on films for CBS, is a connoisseur of obscure and overlooked movie data.
1. Can you name the late silent screen hero who had a mountain peak named after him?
2. Who played the title role of the bride in The Bride of Frankenstein (Universal, 1935)?
3. Can you name one of the two novels, both with hit movie versions, which were buried in a time capsule at the 1939 New York World's Fair?
4. Can you name the female film star who set a record--of sorts--by singing the same song in three separate movies?
5. Marni Nixon, the off-camera singing voice for the likes of Deborah Kerr, Natalie Wood, and Audrey Hepburn, among others, made her on-camera performing debut in what movie?
6. Can you name the famous film star who signed Maj. Clark Gable's discharge papers from the army on June 12, 1944?
7. Can you name a movie in which former First Lady Pat Nixon worked as an extra?
8. What late film star's figure was used without publicity fanfare as Disney's model for Tinker Bell. Peter Pan's fairy companion?
9. Can you name the only female star in Jimmy Cagney's 1940 movie for Warners. The Fighting 69th?
10. Can you name the off-camera singer who ghosted Lauren Bacall's songs in the 1944 movie To Have and Have Not?
11. Can you name the actor who played the same role in three separate movies over a time span of 28 years?
12. What actress rode Trigger in a movie before the horse became the exclusive property of Roy Rogers?
13. MGM's Leo the Lion trademark first roared for real on the screen in what movie?
14. Who played the role of Babe Ruth in RKO's 1942 movie Pride of the Yankees?
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