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Last week’s Trivia Tuesday results!

Due to TCMFF, these results were delayed—sorry! Trivia Tuesday will return next week with new questions. Congrats to zomgmouse, last week’s winner of Trivia Tuesday. The questions and answers for last week were:

1. What is the inscription on James Bond’s family coat of arms? (Hint: It’s also the name of a James Bond movie)

  • The World is Not Enough

2. Name the special effects wizard who created both the creatures in E.T. and Alien.

  • Carlo Rambaldi

3. What do Marguerite Chopin, Jerry Dandridge, and Miriam Blaylock have in common?

  • They’re all vampires!

4. According to Woody Allen, what is the only cultural advantage of living in Los Angeles?

  • being able to make a right turn on a red light

5. What director nicknamed “One Shot” made the terrible/awesome cult classics Billy the Kid vs. Dracula and Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter?

  • William “One Shot” Beaudine

Trivia Tuesday returns!!!

Due to business and laziness, Trivia Tuesday has been on a bit of a hiatus. Now it’s back and better than ever! For a list of prizes & rules, see here. (New prizes have been added! Message for details.)

1. What is the inscription on James Bond’s family coat of arms? (Hint: It’s also the name of a James Bond movie)

2. Name the special effects wizard who created both the creatures in E.T. and Alien.

3. What do Marguerite Chopin, Jerry Dandridge, and Miriam Blaylock have in common?

4. According to Woody Allen, what is the only cultural advantage of living in Los Angeles?

5. What director nicknamed “One Shot” made the terrible/awesome cult classics Billy the Kid vs. Dracula and Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter?

Trivia Tuesday results!

Congrats to theredhairing and parliamoci, this week’s Trivia Tuesday winners! Thanks to everyone who submitted their answers!

The questions and answers were…

1. Badlands and Natural Born Killers were both inspired by what famous crime?

-The Starkweather/Fugate murder spree

2. This 1939 film features no on-screen appearances by men, and this 1962 film features no speaking roles by women. Name them both/

-The Women, Lawrence of Arabia

3. What was Bugs Bunny’s original name?

-Happy Rabbit

4. Which film won more Oscars: Gone With the Wind, Lawrence of Arabia, or Titanic?

-Titanic (11)

5. In Jaws, Quint gives a moving speech about surviving which harrowing WWII disaster? 

-The sinking of the USS Indianapolis 

Trivia Tuesday!

For Trivia Tuesday rules and a list of prizes, go here.

1. Badlands and Natural Born Killers were both inspired by what famous crime?

2. This 1939 film features no on-screen appearances by men, and this 1962 film features no speaking roles by women. Name them both.

3. What was Bugs Bunny’s original name?

4. Which film won more Oscars: Gone With the Wind, Lawrence of Arabia, or Titanic?

5. In Jaws, Quint gives a moving speech about surviving which harrowing WWII disaster? 

TRIVIA TUESDAY!

To review the rules and prizes for Trivia Tuesday, see this post.

1. This leading lady’s leading men have included Lon Chaney, Jack Palance, Harry Langdon, and Clark Gable.

2. What kind of animal is “Kes” in Ken Loach’s film of the same name?

3. This film used the simple tagline, “Garbo talks!” as its sole advertising slogan.

4. ‘Black Meat’ is the name of a fictional narcotic in what 1991 film?

5.  Which character in a 1934 film inspired the carrot-eating Bugs Bunny?

Trivia Tuesday results!

Congrats to notjustmovies and nakedcouture, the winners of this week’s Trivia Tuesday competition!

The questions & answers were…

1. Name the Martin Scorsese films in which The Rolling Stones’ “Gimme Shelter” has appeared? (Hint: there are three)

—Goodfellas, Casino and The Departed

2. Footage from Fritz Lang’s crime film The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1933) was later used in what comedy starring Buster Keaton?

La Roi de Champs-Elysses

 3. Name the animated Disney film that doesn’t have a direct-to-video sequel.

 a. Mulan

 b. Cinderella

 c. Alice in Wonderland

 d. The Little Mermaid

—c. Alice in Wonderland

4. Ferris Bueller claims to “never had one lesson” in which musical instrument?

—Clarinet

5. Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973) marked the feature film acting debut of which legendary musician?

—Bob Dylan

Trivia Tuesday!

For a refresher for the new-and-improved Trivia Tuesdays, please see this post.

1. Name the Martin Scorsese films in which The Rolling Stones’ “Gimme Shelter” has appeared? (Hint: there are three)

2. Footage from Fritz Lang’s crime film The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1933) was later used in what comedy starring Buster Keaton?

3. Name the animated Disney film that doesn’t have a direct-to-video sequel.

a. Mulan

b. Cinderella

c. Alice in Wonderland

d. The Little Mermaid

4. Ferris Bueller claims to “never had one lesson” in which musical instrument?

5. Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973) marked the feature film acting debut of which legendary musician?

Trivia Tuesday results!

On Thursday, whatever…

Since only three people entered this week’s FREE GIVEAWAY, I’ve decided to award everyone. Yay! Congrats to rubenisrapture, visionsoflight, and zomgmouse; you are the winners! Contact me for prizes and shipping info.

The questions and answers were…

1. What movie does E.T. watch on TV (and Elliot imitate during science class) in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)?

  • The Quiet Man

2. Where do we first meet Steve McQueen’s character in Bullitt (1968)?

  • In bed

3. Which continental crooner do all four Marx Brothers impersonate in Monkey Business (1931)?

  • Maurice Chevalier

4. Which of his own films did Alfred Hitchcock consider ‘the first Hitchcock picture’?

  • The Lodger

5. In Midnight in Paris (2011), Owen Wilson’s character Gil meets a young Luis Bunuel, who describes an idea for a film about party guests who are unable to leave the room at the end of the night. Name this film.

  • The Exterminating Angel

Trivia Tuesday will return next week, same Bat-time, same Bat-channel.

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The triumphant return of Trivia Tuesday!

It’s Tuesday. It’s 2012. Let’s do this thing! 

The rules are simple: 1) answer all five movie trivia questions correctly, 2) submit your answers, 3) if you are the winner, I’ll message you, 4) message me with your choice of prize [movie poster or movie postcard!] and mailing address, 5) that shit’ll be at your house before you know it!

*Unfortunately I can’t ship outside the U.S. because I’m not, y’know, a millionaire.

Wow, that sounds simple and fun. Here are this week’s questions!!!!!

1. What movie does E.T. watch on TV (and Elliot imitate during science class) in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)?

2. Where do we first meet Steve McQueen’s character in Bullitt (1968)?

3. Which continental crooner do all four Marx Brothers impersonate in Monkey Business (1931)?

4. Which of his own films did Alfred Hitchcock consider ‘the first Hitchcock picture’?

5. In Midnight in Paris (2011), Owen Wilson’s character Gil meets a young Luis Bunuel, who describes an idea for a film about party guests who are unable to leave the room at the end of the night. Name this film.

Trivia Tuesday results

Congrats to huntforfilm who won this week’s Trivia Tuesday. Thanks to everyone who entered!

Questions & Answers

1. Where do Annie and Alvy first meet in Annie Hall?

—a tennis club

2. What is Claude Rains hiding his his wine cellar in Notorious?

—Uranium ore

3. In 1933, which German director rejected Goebbel’s request to run the Nazi film industry?

—Fritz Lang

4. Cartoon Lothario Pepe le Pew is based on which screen icon?

—Charles Boyer

5. England’s first sound picture (in 1929) was directed by whom?

—Alfred Hitchcock (Blackmail)

still looking for a winner for this week's trivia tuesday ›

Trivia Tuesday!

For rules and prizes see this post. New prizes!

1. Where do Annie and Alvy first meet in Annie Hall?

2. What is Claude Rains hiding his his wine cellar in Notorious?

3. In 1933, which German director rejected Goebbel’s request to run the Nazi film industry?

4. Cartoon Lothario Pepe le Pew is based on which screen icon?

5. England’s first sound picture (in 1929) was directed by whom?

sorry for the lack of trivia tuesday today

with cinecon and everything, i didn’t get it ready. we will resume (with new prizes!) next week, same bat-time, same bat-channel.

Trivia Tuesday results!

Congratulations to thechosenjuan for winning this week’s Trivia Tuesday. Thanks to everyone who entered—this was the most answered week in the history of Trivia Tuesday!! Thanks for playing! I’ll be adding more prizes in the upcoming weeks so keep entering!

Questions & Answers

1. What is the only word spoken in Mel Brooks’ Silent Movie?

—“Non,” spoken by Marcel Marceau

2. Which character in which film doesn’t think “Buddy Holly is much of a waiter”?

—Vincent Vega (John Travolta) in Pulp Fiction

3. In The Big Lebowski, The Dude is warned to stay out of what Southern California city?

—Malibu

4. What is Drew Barrymore making to eat in the opening scene of Scream?

—Popcorn

5. What subject does Ben Stein teach in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off?

—Economics (“Something-d-o-o economics. Voodoo economics.”)