Hank Grant's Movie and Film Quiz Part 2 Answers

Answers to a movie and film quiz put together by Hank Grant of the Hollywood Reporter.



1. One thing Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., cherished above his silent film screen fame was the naming of a mountain peak after him in 1917 in Yosemite National Park.

2. It is usually assumed that Elsa Lanchester played the bride in The Bride of Frankenstein, but she played the monster's bride. Valerie Hobson played Dr. Frankenstein's bride.

3. The two novels buried in a time capsule at the 1939 New York World's Fair are Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind and Sinclair Lewis's Arrowsmith.

4. Doris Day sang "Que Sera Sera" in the 1956 Hitchcock movie The Man Who Knew Too Much, reprised it in the 1960 movie Please Don't Eat the Daisies, and sang it for a third time in the 1966 movie The Glass Bottom Boat.

5. Marni Nixon, ghost singer for the stars, had her first on-camera performance as a singing nun in The Sound of Music.

6. Signing Maj. Clark Gable's discharge papers from the army in June of 1944 was his buddy Capt. Ronald Reagan.

7. Former First Lady Pat Nixon, then Thelma Catherine Ryan, worked as an extra in the first full-color technicolor feature film, Becky Sharp, in 1931.

8. Marilyn Monroe's body was the model used by Disney animators when they shaped the figure of Peter Pan's fairy companion. Tinker Bell.

9. The only female star in Jimmy Cagney's 1940 movie. The Fighting 69th, was Germaine the Mule, who won the American Humane Association's "Best Animal Actor" award for that year. If you remember that much, you may recall that the award was personally presented to Germaine by Humphrey Bogart.

10. The singer warbling Lauren Bacall's songs off-camera in To Have and Have Not was none other than Andy Williams.

11. The late Alan Hale, Sr., played the role of Little John opposite Doug Fairbanks, Sr., in the 1922 silent movie Robin Hood, played it again opposite Errol Flynn in the 1938 sound version, The Adventures of Robin Hood, and for a third time in the 1950 version, Rogues of Sherwood Forest.

12. Before Roy Rogers acquired Trigger, the horse--billed as Golden Cloud--was ridden by Olivia de Havilland in The Adventures of Robin Hood.

13. Leo the Lion's first roar was heard on the screen on July 31, 1928, in MGM's silent movie White Shadows of the South Seas.

14. Though Gary Cooper played the key role of Lou Gehrig in Pride of the Yankees, the role of Babe Ruth was played by the Babe himself.

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