All 20 of these questions pertain to film.

1.) What 1984 war film became the first film to receive a PG-13 rating from the MPAA?

2.) Hyacinth the ballet dancer represented what kind of animal in Fantasia?

3.) Thelma and Louise drove what model of car off the cliff at the end of Thelma and Louise?

4.) What children’s author wrote screenplays for You Only Live Twice and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?

5.) The von Trapp family reprises what song at the folk festival in The Sound of Music?

6.) The Cannes Film Festival created a supporting actor award just for what man who received acclaim for his role in the 1991 Spike Lee film Jungle Fever?

7.) What 1996 movie’s characters include Sick Boy and Renton?

8.) What Vietnam War movie sees marines marching off into the night singing the Mickey Mouse theme song?

9.) What 1960s hit plays on the radio alarm clock in Groundhog Day?

10.) What major comedy star played Garp in the movie adaptation of John Irving’s The World According to Garp?

11.) What actor portrayed Major T.J. “King” Kong – the man who rode the bomb dropped by a B-52 – in the 1962 film Dr. Strangelove?

12.) The American Film Institute lists what character as both a hero and a villain on its “100 Years … 100 Heroes and Villains” list?

13.) What ballpark provided the backdrop for the 1942 Lou Gehrig biopic The Pride of the Yankees?

14.) What “X” name belongs to the 49,000-acre estate of Charles Foster Kane in Citizen Kane?

15.) Tim Burton directed what 1996 film based on a series of bubble gum trading cards?

16.) What took longer: the length of the time it took the RMS Titanic to sink, or the duration of the film Titanic?

17.) The Ewoks live on a forest-moon of what fictional planet in Return of the Jedi?

18.) In 1988 what Hollywood leading man starred in both the Oscar-winning Best Picture and the Golden Raspberry Award’s Worst Picture?

19.) The slogan “Where were you in ’62?” promoted what film?

20.) What collective name belongs to Italian-made western movies produced in the 1960s and 1970s?

1.) Red Dawn
2.) hippopotamus
3.) Ford Thunderbird
4.) Roald Dahl
5.) “Do-Re-Mi”
6.) Samuel L. Jackson
7.) Trainspotting
8.) Full Metal Jacket
9.) Sonny & Cher “I Got You Babe”
10.) Robin Williams
11.) Slim Pickens
12.) the Terminator
13.) Wrigley Field in Los Angeles, CA
14.) Xanadu
15.) Mars Attacks!
16.) the duration of the film Titanic
17.) Endor
18.) Tom Cruise
19.) American Graffiti
20.) spaghetti westerns

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