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Free fun printable entertainment trivia questions and answers about movies, actors, actresses, and related topics

 

What member of the Monkees, a holdout for nearly three decades, rejoined the other geezers for a 1996 album?
A: Mike Nesmith.

What Francis Ford Coppola movie sees Marlon Brando blather: "Horror has a face, and you must make a friend of horror"?
A: Apocalypse Now.

What David Lynch movie did a few filmgoers attend expecting to see Bobby Vinton's life story?
A: Blue Velvet.

What rap star got his name from the observation "Ladies Love Cool James"/
A: L.L. Cool J.

What Mayberry resident once hijacked a bull when he'd had too much to drink?
A: Otis Campbell.

Whose guitar version of The Star-Spangled Banner was featured in a 1996 Aiwa TV ad?
A: Jimi Hendrix's.

Who was the first feline featured  in Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous?
A: Morris the Cat.

Fun entertainment trivia questions and answers.

What 1961 movie has Audrey Hepburn note: "Personally, I think it's a bit tacky to wear diamonds before I'm 40"?
A: Breakfast at Tiffany's.

What Sinatra signature tune became Elvis Presley's best-selling posthumous hit?
A: My Way.

Who played Sid Vicious, Lee Harvey Oswald, Count Dracula and Beethoven in movies?
A: Gary Oldman.

What video, the first to cost over $150,000, helped Michael Jackson's Thriller soar?
A: Beat It.

Who is the most voluptuous female in Toontown?
A: Jessica Rabbit.

What was the first Arnold Schwarzenegger movie to win four Academy Awards?
A: Terminator 2.

What actor did author Anne Rice first denounce, then praise in the role of her beloved Lestat?
A: Tom Cruise.

Who sang "Things Go Better With Coke" in 1969 before switching to Pepsi in the 1980's?
A: Ray Charles.

What movie earned Tom Hanks his third straight Oscar nomination, in 1996?
A: Apollo 13.

What Marx Brother's name spelled backwards is the name of a daytime talk show host?
A: Harpo's.

What Stephen Foster tune encourages racing enthusiasts to "bet on de bay"?
A: Camptown Races.

What James Hilton effort became the first Pocket Book, in 1939?
A: Lost Horizon.

What martial artist warbles the theme song for Walker, Texas Ranger?
A: Chuck Norris.

Who  was the voice behind Woody, the cowboy doll in Toy Story?
A: Tom Hanks.

What jazz musician got his aristocratic nickname in high school for his neat attire and fastidious manners?
A: "Duke" Ellington.

What talk show hostess gave her guests the fewest opportunities to speak, according to a 1996 MSU survey?
A: Oprah Winfrey.

Where do "bluebirds fly", according to a song from the Wizard of Oz?
A: Somewhere over the rainbow.

What enduring daytime soap featured Kevin Kline, Don Knotts and Susan Sarandon?
A: Search for Tomorrow.

What book did E.B. White base on personal experiences at his farm in Maine?
A: Charlotte's Web.

What three words preceded "Land that I love" in a 1938 Irving Berlin tune?
A: "God Bless America".

What Oliver Stone movie did the Washington Post dub "Dallas in Wonderland"?
A: JFK.

What infomercial diet guru penned the monster bestseller "Never Say Diet"?
A: Richard Simmons.

Who was the first solo female host of the Academy Awards Ceremony?
A: Whoopi Goldberg.

What happy homemaker chirps on TV: "It's a good thing"?
A: Martha Stewart.

What screen character i the world's fastest ice sculptor and topiary artist?
A: Edward Scissorhands.

Who died last - Desi Arnaz, Lucille Ball, William Frawley or Vivian Vance?
A: Lucille Ball.

What Briton had two of the three number one singles issued posthumously in the U.S.?
A: John Lennon.


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