Quick Quiz with a bit of Bond

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15 MOVIE Questions in 90 Seconds

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1. Will Smith Played which famous boxer in the biography of his life?

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2. With which actor does Diane Keaton's character fall in love in the film 'Annie Hall'?

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3. Whose real name was Bernie Schwartz?

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4. Whose first Bond role was in 'Casino Royale'?

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5. Whose last movie was 'The Naked Edge' in 1961?

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6. "In which year was the original ""Toy Story"" released?"

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7. Written by Maurice Jarre which of these is the Oscar winning score to Doctor Zhivago?

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8. Wolfgang Reitherman directed which Disney movie in 1977?

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9. You just fulfilled the first rule of law enforcement: Make sure when your shift is over you go home alive comes from which film?

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10. With which film do you associate the line 'Here's Johnny!'?

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11. "The main character in ""Ratatouille"" dreams of which career?"

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12. Whose daughter directed the 2009 film Surveillance?

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13. "Whose mother told him that ""life is a box of chocolates""?"

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14. With which movie genre is Gene Autry most closely associated?

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15. "Whose had a nude scene posing as the goddess Venus in ""The Adventures of Baron Von Munchausen""?"

15 Movie General Knowledge Questions in 90 seconds – with a hint of Bond

James Bond – Ian Fleming

Ian Fleming (1908-1964) was an English author, journalist, and naval intelligence officer. He is best known for his James Bond spy novels and short stories. Fleming wrote twelve Bond novels and nine short stories, plus two additional novels. His Bond stories have been adapted into films, television shows, comic books, and video games. Fleming was also the first to create the character of James Bond, who has become one of the most iconic and popular fictional characters of all time. Fleming’s other works, including thrillers, science fiction, and children’s books, have also been adapted for the screen. He is also credited with introducing the world to a variety of now-famous phrases, such as “shaken, not stirred,” and “the name’s Bond, James Bond.”

The character of James Bond was created in 1953 by the British author and journalist Ian Fleming. In the first novel, Casino Royale, Bond is an intelligence officer in the Secret Intelligence Service (also known as MI6).

Fleming’s novels revolved around the character of James Bond, an intelligence officer of MI6 (the British Secret Intelligence Service). He was the protagonist in all of Fleming’s novels, although Bond’s character has been adapted and changed for screen adaptations.

Bond is known for his womanizing, drinking and smoking habits, as well as his gadgets and cars. He is also known for his catchphrase, “Bond. James Bond.” He is characterized as a suave and sophisticated agent who is willing to take on dangerous missions.

Bond became a global phenomenon in 1962 when the first James Bond film, Dr. No, was released. The film was a huge success and it began a string of successful films featuring Bond as the lead character. The Bond films were so popular that they helped to popularize the genre of spy films.

The James Bond series has spawned a vast collection of memorabilia, including books, comics, video games and even a Disney theme park ride. The success of the James Bond films has made the character a cultural icon and continues to influence popular culture today.

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