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The Classic Cinema Quiz

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Q 1. Who starred in the 1939 classic ‘The Wizard of Oz’?

Option:-
Lauren Bacall
Ava Gardner
Vivien Leigh
Judy Garland

Q 2. ‘Nosferatu: a Symphony of Horror’ is a 1922 classic based on which novel?

Option:-
Dracula
Salem’s Lot
The Haunting of Hill House
Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

Q 3. Which of these films was not directed by the great Alfred Hitchcock?

Option:-
The Big Sleep
Psycho
Rebecca
Rear Window

Q 4. The wonderful western ‘Rio Bravo’ starred John Wayne, Ricky Nelson and…

Option:-
Gary Cooper
Charles Bronson
Lee Van Cleef
Dean Martin

Q 5. One of these films starred Katherine Hepburn as a woman who owns a pet leopard, which one is it?

Option:-
The Philadelphia Story
The African Queen
Bringing Up Baby
The Leopard

Q 6. ‘Duck Soup’ from 1936 is a comedy starring which of these performers?

Option:-
Charlie Chaplin
Buster Keaton
Groucho Marx
Roscoe Arbuckle

Q 7. Which of these westerns dealt with the topic of racism towards Native Americans in a revolutionary way for its time?

Option:-
Red River
High Noon
The Searchers
Once Upon a Time in the West

Q 8. ‘The Young Girls of Rochefort’ was the second musical outing for director Jacques Demy and star Catherine Deneuve. What was the name of the musical they made prior to this?

Option:-
Donkey Skin
Une chambre en ville
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
Model Shop

Q 9. One of these directors created a masterpiece that inspired the premise and structure of ‘Star Wars.’ Which of them was it?

Option:-
Ingmar Bergman
Yasujiro Ozu
Akira Kurosawa
Federico Fellini

Q 10. ‘Peeping Tom’ is one of the great horror masterpieces featuring a chilling score by Brian Easdale. It contains a particularly challenging part for solo piano. Which virtuoso performed it for the soundtrack?

Option:-
David Helfgott
Roger Woodward
Phillip Wilcher
Gordon Watson

 

 

 

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