Free Movie Trivia Questions With Answers

Fun Trivia questions and answers - Movies and Films

How much does the 13-1/2-inch-tall Academy Award Oscar weigh?
A: The statuette weighs eight and a half pounds.

What famous passenger ship was sunk to provide the dramatic climax of he 1960 film, The Last Voyage?
A: The Ile de France, which was renamed Faransu Maru ("French Ship" in Japanese) for the occasion.

What actor claims he is never without his emerald-green socks?
A: Irish-born Peter O'Toole.

Name the three boxers Sylvester Stallone faced in the climactic scenes of his fort four Rocky movies?
A: Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers) in Rocky and Rocky II; Clubber Lang (Mr. T)  in Rocky III; and Drago (Dolph Ludgren) in Rocky IV.

What actress was the granddaughter of famed architect Frank Loyd Wright?
A: Anne Baxter.

In what three films did Doris Day sing "Que Sera Sera"?
A: The Man Who Knew Too Much in 1956; Please Don't East the Daisies in 1960; and The Glass Bottom Boat in 1966.

What two film classics did Victor Fleming direct in 1939?
A: Gone With the Wind and The Wizard of Oz.

What screen role did Telly Savalas, Donald Pleasance, Max Von Sydow and Charles Gray have in common?
A: All played SPECTRE chief Ernst Stavro Blofeld in James Bond films.

For her role of Rosie in the1951 film classic The African Queen, who was Katharine Hepburn told o use as a model?
A : Eleanor Roosevelt.

In what film classic was the heroine advised: "You can't show your bosom "fore three o'clock"?
A: Gone With the Wind. Hattie McDaniel's gave the etiquette tip to Vivien Leigh.

What was the first British sound film?
A: Blackmail, Alfred Hitchcock's 1929 masterpiece.

What starring role did film stars Robert Redford, Steve McQueen, and Paul Newman all turn down, despite a contract offer of $4 million?
A: Superman. Christopher Reeve took the part-- for $250,000.

In the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey, what song did HAL, the computer, learn to sing?
A: "A bicycle Built For Two".

What was the name of the Mechanical shark in the 1975 hit movie Jaws?
A: Bruce.

What 1960 film classic is based on the Edward Gein murder caser?
A: Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho.

What American actress was the first to have a theater named after her?
A: Ethel Barrymore. The theater, in New York, opened in 1928.

For starring roles in what two films did Jane Fonda win Oscars?
A: Klute, in 1971, and Coming Home, in 1978.

Who played Vincent Price's menacing mute assistant in the 3-D horror film House of Wax?
A: Charles Bronson, on 1953, before he changed his name from Charles Buchinski.

What Oscar-winning 1971 movie was based on the 1951 Broadway play I Am a Camera?
A: Cabaret, starring Liza Minnelli and Joel Grey.

Robert Redford was paid $6 million for his role in the 1985 film Out of Africa. How much was leading lady Meryl Streep paid?
A: She received $3 million.

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