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Films: General

This page contains questions about films that don't fit in to any other page – or groups together questions about particular films that recur on a regular basis.

See also James Bond, Harry Potter, Tolkien – all of which are in the Entertainment section.

Addams Family Values (1993) New son, welcomed (or not) into the Addams family Click to show or hide the answer
Alice in Wonderland (2010) Alice Click to show or hide the answer
Mad Hatter Click to show or hide the answer
Tweedledum and Tweedledee Click to show or hide the answer
Red Queen Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
White Queen Click to show or hide the answer
White Rabbit Click to show or hide the answer
Cheshire Cat Click to show or hide the answer
Dormouse Click to show or hide the answer
March Hare Click to show or hide the answer
Caterpillar Click to show or hide the answer
Bloodhound victimised by the Red Queen Click to show or hide the answer
Jabberwock Click to show or hide the answer
Alien Name of the spaceship Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the onboard computer (in full, MU/TH/UR 6000) Click to show or hide the answer
Warant Officer on the Nostromo, and the only survivor of the alien crisis Click to show or hide the answer
Played by Click to show or hide the answer
Executive Officer on the Nostromo, who dies in spectacular fashion when a small alien creature bursts out of his chest Click to show or hide the answer
Played by Click to show or hide the answer
An American Werewolf in London Name of the spooky, isolated pub on the Yorkshire moors Click to show or hide the answer
Austin Powers (series) "Love interest" in the first film – played by Liz Hurley Click to show or hide the answer
The chief villain – played by Mike Myers Click to show or hide the answer
Dr. Evil's cat Click to show or hide the answer
Austin Powers' middle name ("revealed" in the first film) Click to show or hide the answer
Dr. Evil's morbidly obese Scottish henchman (played by Mike Myers) Click to show or hide the answer
Austin's old flame, a former FBI agent, who is working undercover as a disco singer and helps him find his father (in Goldmember – played by Beyoncé Knowles) Click to show or hide the answer
"Love interest" – presumably the "me" of the title – in The Spy Who Shagged Me – played by Heather Graham Click to show or hide the answer
Mini–Me Click to show or hide the answer
Avatar (2009) Setting – the moon of an unnamed planet Click to show or hide the answer
Star system that Pandora belongs to Click to show or hide the answer
Blue humanoid race that inhabits Pandora Click to show or hide the answer
Precious mineral that the humans are mining on Pandora Click to show or hide the answer
Central character – a disabled ex–marine (played by Sam Worthington) Click to show or hide the answer
Babe Filmed in Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the farmer Click to show or hide the answer
Back to the Future Make of the car Click to show or hide the answer
Song that Marty plays (in 1955) – actually written in 1958 Click to show or hide the answer
The furthest into the future that Marty and Doc travel (date) Click to show or hide the answer
Barbarella (1968) Mad scientist that Barbarella needs to bring back to Earth – played by Milo O'shea Click to show or hide the answer
The Birds (1963) Melanie Daniels Click to show or hide the answer
Mitch Brenner Click to show or hide the answer
Mitch's clinging mother, Lydia Click to show or hide the answer
Mitch's 11–year–old sister Cathy Click to show or hide the answer
Cathy's teacher and Mitch's former lover, Annie Hayworth Click to show or hide the answer
Blazing Saddles (1974) Hollywood actress parodied by Madeleine Kahn Click to show or hide the answer
The Blues Brothers (1980) Prison from which Jake Blues is released at the start of the film (giving him his nickname) Click to show or hide the answer
Bonnie & Clyde (1967) Bonnie Parker Click to show or hide the answer
Clyde Barrow Click to show or hide the answer
C. W. Moss Click to show or hide the answer
Clyde's older brother Marvin (known as Buck) Click to show or hide the answer
Buck's wife Blanche (won Best Supporting Actress Oscar) Click to show or hide the answer
Texas Ranger Frank Hamer Click to show or hide the answer
Bourne (trilogy) Bourne's first name Click to show or hide the answer
Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992) Dracula Click to show or hide the answer
Jonathan Harker Click to show or hide the answer
Professor van Helsing Click to show or hide the answer
Brassed Off (1996)Conductor Danny Ormondroyd Click to show or hide the answer
Horn player Andy Barrow Click to show or hide the answer
Flugelhorn player Gloria Mullins – whose arrival causes a stir among the existing musicians Click to show or hide the answer
Real–life colliery band that provided the soundtrack (the colliery itself provided the inspiration for much of the plot) Click to show or hide the answer
Nickname for Rodrigo's Concerto d'Aranjuez Click to show or hide the answer
Breakfast at Tiffany's Name of Holly Golightly's cat Click to show or hide the answer
Bridge on the River Kwai Set in Click to show or hide the answer
Brief Encounter Based on Noel Coward's play Click to show or hide the answer
Male lead (Dr. Alec Harvey) Click to show or hide the answer
Female lead (Laura Jesson) Click to show or hide the answer
Filmed at (Lancashire station) Click to show or hide the answer
Station porter (Albert Godby) Click to show or hide the answer
Buffet manageress (Myrtle Bagot) Click to show or hide the answer
Music (Piano Concerto No. 2) Click to show or hide the answer
BullittSteve McQueen's car Click to show or hide the answer
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) Robert Leroy Parker (Butch Cassidy) Click to show or hide the answer
Harry Longabaugh (the Sundance Kid) Click to show or hide the answer
Etta Place (Sundance's girlfriend) Click to show or hide the answer

Cape Fear
Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
Sam Bowden (lawyer) Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
Max Cady (criminal) Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer

Captain Corelli's Mandolin Greek island that it's set on (as is the book) Click to show or hide the answer
Captain Antonio Corelli Click to show or hide the answer
Pelagia (daughter of Dr. Iannis) Click to show or hide the answer
Dr. Iannis Click to show or hide the answer
Mandras – Pelagia's fiance, who goes off to fight on the mainland Click to show or hide the answer
CasablancaName of the bar Click to show or hide the answer
Song that pianist Sam is urged to play again Click to show or hide the answer
Cast Away (2000) Tom Hanks's inanimate friend (volleyball) Click to show or hide the answer
Chariots of Fire (1981) Olympics featured Click to show or hide the answer
Music Click to show or hide the answer
Screenplay Click to show or hide the answer
Harold Abrahams Click to show or hide the answer
Eric Liddell Click to show or hide the answer
Lord Lindsay (based on Lord Burleigh) Click to show or hide the answer
Chicago (2002) Roxie Hart Click to show or hide the answer
Velma Kelly Click to show or hide the answer
Mama Morten Click to show or hide the answer
Chicken RunVoice of Rhode Island Red Click to show or hide the answer
Citizen KaneKane's first names Click to show or hide the answer
Kane's estate Click to show or hide the answer
Kane's last word Click to show or hide the answer
Rosebud was a Click to show or hide the answer
Kane's occupation Click to show or hide the answer
Kane's first newspaper Click to show or hide the answer
Kane's mother played by Click to show or hide the answer
Close Encounters of the Third Kind Distinctively–shaped mountain in Wyoming that features as a plot element and as the location of the climactic scenes Click to show or hide the answer
A Close ShaveName of the sheep Click to show or hide the answer
Convoy (1978)Call sign of Kris Kristofferson's character Click to show or hide the answer
Crocodile Dundee First name of the title character Click to show or hide the answer
Dad's Army (2016) Locations used to represent Walmington–on–Sea (East Yorkshire fishing port) Click to show or hide the answer
Captain Mainwaring Click to show or hide the answer
Sergeant Wilson Click to show or hide the answer
Lance Corporal Jones Click to show or hide the answer
Private Godfrey Click to show or hide the answer
Dirty Dancing Male lead Click to show or hide the answer
The Dirty Dozen Plays the only character to survive (Joseph T. Wladislaw) Click to show or hide the answer
Dirty Harry (series) Harry Callahan: role originally written for Click to show or hide the answer
Set in Click to show or hide the answer
E.T. Threatening government agent, identified by what's seen hanging from his belt in the opening sequence Click to show or hide the answer
The ExorcistName of the diabolically possessed child Click to show or hide the answer
The Fabulous Baker Boys Makin' whoopee sung by Click to show or hide the answer
Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) Voice of Mr. Fox Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Mr. Fox's wife, Felicity Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of their sullen son Ash Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Mr. Fox's lawyer, Badger Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of farmer Franklin Bean Click to show or hide the answer
Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) Anastasia Steel Click to show or hide the answer
Christian Grey Click to show or hide the answer
Finding NemoNemo is a (type of fish) Click to show or hide the answer
Nemo's father Click to show or hide the answer
Naive and forgetful fish that aids and abets Nemo and Marlin Click to show or hide the answer
Forrest Gump Forrest Gump represents the USA at Click to show or hide the answer
Frankie and Johnny (1991) Frankie
Johnny
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The French Connection Set in New York and (opens in) Click to show or hide the answer
Four Weddings and a Funeral Hugh Grant's character Click to show or hide the answer
Andie MacDowell's character Click to show or hide the answer
Charles nearly marries (the fourth wedding) Click to show or hide the answer
Charles's friends' unkind nickname for Henrietta Click to show or hide the answer
The funeral is for (character played by Simon Callow) Click to show or hide the answer
Poem read at the funeral ("Stop all the clocks …"): Funeral Blues, by Click to show or hide the answer
The Full Monty Donna Summer hit that they dance to in the dole queue Click to show or hide the answer
Tom Jones hit that they finally strip to Click to show or hide the answer
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Marilyn Monroe's co–star Click to show or hide the answer
Ghostbusters Dr. Peter Venkman Click to show or hide the answer
Dr. Ray Stantz Click to show or hide the answer
Dr. Egon Spengler Click to show or hide the answer
Dana Barrett (a cellist whose apartment is haunted by the demonic spirit Zuul) Click to show or hide the answer
GladiatorRoman Emperor played by Richard Harris Click to show or hide the answer
The Godfather (1972)Name of the central family (Michael, played by Al Pacino, succeeds his father Vito, played by Marlon Brando, as leader of the family "business") Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the horse that was killed Click to show or hide the answer
Gone with the WindScarlett O'Hara Click to show or hide the answer
Rhett Butler Click to show or hide the answer
Ashley Wilkes Click to show or hide the answer
Melanie Hamilton (Wilkes) Click to show or hide the answer
Question(s) to which the answer was "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn" Click to show or hide the answer
Goodbye Mr. Chips Subject that Mr. Chips taught Click to show or hide the answer
The Good, the Bad & the Ugly The Good Click to show or hide the answer
The Bad Click to show or hide the answer
The Ugly Click to show or hide the answer
The GraduateName of the title character Click to show or hide the answer
GreaseTitle song sung by Click to show or hide the answer
Character played by John Travolta Click to show or hide the answer
Character played by Olivia Newton John Click to show or hide the answer
School that Danny and Sandy attend Click to show or hide the answer
The Great Escape Name of the prison camp Click to show or hide the answer
Tom, Dick and Harry were Click to show or hide the answer
Captain Virgil Hilts, the "Cooler King" Click to show or hide the answer
Flight Lieutenant Robert Hendley, the "Scrounger" Click to show or hide the answer
Squadron Leader Roger Bartlett, "Big X" Click to show or hide the answer
Flight Lieutenant Danny Velinski, "Tunnel King" Click to show or hide the answer
Flight Lieutenant Colin Blythe, the "Forger" Click to show or hide the answer
Flying Officer Louis Sedgwick, the "Manufacturer" Click to show or hide the answer
GremlinsName of the strange pet (bought from a Chinese second hand shop by struggling inventor Randall Peltzer, as an unusual Christmas present for his 21–year–old son) that started all the mayhem when it got wet Click to show or hide the answer
Gizmo was a Click to show or hide the answer
If you expose a mogwai to sunlight Click to show or hide the answer
If a mogwai gets wet Click to show or hide the answer
If you feed a mogwai after midnight Click to show or hide the answer
Groundhog DaySet in (Pennsylvania town) Click to show or hide the answer
Song (by Sonny & Cher) that Bill Murray's character keeps waking up to Click to show or hide the answer
Guys and Dolls (1955)Sky Masterson Click to show or hide the answer
Nathan Detroit Click to show or hide the answer
Nicely–Nicely Johnson Click to show or hide the answer
Hamlet (1996)English comedian, played Yorick (in silent flashbacks during the gravedigger scene) Click to show or hide the answer
High Noon (1952) Producer Click to show or hide the answer
Title song Click to show or hide the answer
Sung by Click to show or hide the answer
Marshal Will Kane Click to show or hide the answer
His wife, Amy Click to show or hide the answer
Amy's religion Click to show or hide the answer
Deputy Harvey Pell Click to show or hide the answer
Mrs. Helen Ramirez Click to show or hide the answer
Villain who arrived on the noon train Click to show or hide the answer
Set in (fictitious town) Click to show or hide the answer
High Society (1956) C.K. Dexter–Haven Click to show or hide the answer
Tracy Lord Click to show or hide the answer
Mike Connor Click to show or hide the answer
Appeared as himself, along with his band Click to show or hide the answer
Hook (1991)Captain Hook Click to show or hide the answer
Peter Pan Click to show or hide the answer
Smee, Hook's henchman Click to show or hide the answer
Tinker Belle Click to show or hide the answer
Wendy Darling Click to show or hide the answer
Surname of the grown–up Peter Pan Click to show or hide the answer
The Hours (2002) Virginia Woolf Click to show or hide the answer
Vanessa Bell (sister of Virginia Woolf) Click to show or hide the answer
The Hustler (1961) Nickname of the legendary pool player George Hegerman Click to show or hide the answer
... played by Click to show or hide the answer
"Fast" Eddie Felson Click to show or hide the answer
Internes (sic) Can't Take Money (1931) ... was the first appearance of (played by Joel McCrae) Click to show or hide the answer
Interview with the Vampire (1994) Louis de Pointe du Lac (the vampire of the title) Click to show or hide the answer
Lestat de Lioncourt – the vampire who turned Louis into a vampire Click to show or hide the answer
The Italian Job (1969) Car featured Click to show or hide the answer
The bank robbery took place in (city) Click to show or hide the answer
James and the Giant Peach (1996) (Aunt) Spiker Click to show or hide the answer
(Aunt) Sponge Click to show or hide the answer
Narrator Click to show or hide the answer
Grasshopper Click to show or hide the answer
Centipede Click to show or hide the answer
Miss Spider Click to show or hide the answer
Jaws Set in (holiday resort) Click to show or hide the answer
Jaws's first victim Click to show or hide the answer
Marine biologist Matt Hooper Click to show or hide the answer
Police chief Martin Brody Click to show or hide the answer
Shark hunter Quint Click to show or hide the answer
Name of Quint's boat Click to show or hide the answer
KesCentral character (played by David Bradley) Click to show or hide the answer
Billy's mother Click to show or hide the answer
Sports teacher Mr. Sugden Click to show or hide the answer
English teacher Mr. Farthing Click to show or hide the answer
King KongIsland (in the Indian Ocean) that King Kong is found on Click to show or hide the answer
Actress that King Kong falls in love with Click to show or hide the answer
Played by Click to show or hide the answer
How does King Kong die? Click to show or hide the answer
Kung Fu Panda (series) Voice of Po, the central character Click to show or hide the answer
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)Title role Click to show or hide the answer
Lara's father (Lord Richard Croft) Click to show or hide the answer
Alex West (a fellow tomb raider, with unscrupulous methods) Click to show or hide the answer
Enemy organisation that Lara tries to retrieve artifacts from (a name used for various real and fictitious groups) Click to show or hide the answer
Wilson (a expert horologist and a friend of Lord Richard, who turns out to be one of the Illuminati) Click to show or hide the answer
Lara's butler, James Hillary ("Hilly") Click to show or hide the answer
The Last Temptation of Christ (1988) Jesus Click to show or hide the answer
Judas Iscariot Click to show or hide the answer
Paul of Tarsus (Saul) Click to show or hide the answer
Pontius Pilate Click to show or hide the answer
Life of Brian (1979) Brian's surname Click to show or hide the answer
Brian's mother (played by Terry Jones) Click to show or hide the answer
Little Shop of Horrors (1986) Name of the talking vampire plant Click to show or hide the answer
Voiced by (former Four Tops singer) Click to show or hide the answer
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) JD – bar licensee, and father of Eddy (the main character, played by Nick Moran) Click to show or hide the answer
Big Chris ("Hatchet" Harry Lonsdale's debt collector) Click to show or hide the answer
Look Who's Talking Baby's voice Click to show or hide the answer
Love Actually (2003) Central character (ageing rock star) Click to show or hide the answer
Played by Click to show or hide the answer
UK prime minister played by Click to show or hide the answer
US President played by Click to show or hide the answer
The Love BugName of the eponymous car Click to show or hide the answer
Herbie was a Click to show or hide the answer
Herbie's number Click to show or hide the answer
Love Story (1970) Female lead (Jenny Cavalleri) Click to show or hide the answer
Male lead (Oliver Barrett IV) Click to show or hide the answer
Master and Commander (2003) Central character, played by Russell Crowe Click to show or hide the answer
Aubrey's ship Click to show or hide the answer
French frigate that Aubrey is chasing Click to show or hide the answer
The Matrix (1999) Morpheus' spacecraft Click to show or hide the answer
Meet the Parents (2000),
Meet the Fockers (2004),
Little Fockers (2010)
Gaylord Focker (Greg)
Click to show or hide the answer
Pam Byrne Click to show or hide the answer
Pam's father, Jack Click to show or hide the answer
Pam's mother, Marilyn Click to show or hide the answer
Not in Meet the Parents:
Greg's father, Bernie Click to show or hide the answer
Greg's mother, Roz Click to show or hide the answer
Men in Black (1997) James Darrell Edwards III (Agent J) Click to show or hide the answer
Kevin Brown (Agent K) Click to show or hide the answer
Miracle on 34th Street (1947) New York department store featured Click to show or hide the answer
Monsters, Inc. (series) The giant furry blue monster with horns and purple spots Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Sulley Click to show or hide the answer
The green monster with a ball–shaped body and skinny legs Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Mike Click to show or hide the answer
Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) King Arthur played by Click to show or hide the answer
Monty Python's The Meaning of Life (1983) Monstrously obese diner who is served vast amounts of food, vomits repeatedly, and finally explodes after being persuaded to eat a "waffer–thin" mint Click to show or hide the answer
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (Gary Cooper, 1936) Town of the title Click to show or hide the answer
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) Real name of Robin Williams's character Click to show or hide the answer
Mrs. Doubtfire's first name Click to show or hide the answer
The Mummy (and The Mummy Returns) Name of the mummy Click to show or hide the answer
National Velvet (1944) Horse that Velvet rides to victory in the Grand National Click to show or hide the answer
The Odd Couple Felix Ungar Click to show or hide the answer
Oscar Madison Click to show or hide the answer
Over the Top (1987) Subject (sport, game or pastime) – Sylvester Stallone starred Click to show or hide the answer

The Parent Trap Twins played by1961 Click to show or hide the answer
1998 Click to show or hide the answer

Paint your Wagon I Talk to the Trees: sung by Click to show or hide the answer
Pirates of the Caribbean (series) Name of the ship Click to show or hide the answer
Original name (before being burned, sunk and refloated) Click to show or hide the answer
Planet of the Apes Found lying on a beach in the final scene (remains of) Click to show or hide the answer
Name given to the spacecraft, by fans of the film Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Il PostinoChilean poet featured as a central character Click to show or hide the answer
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994) Priscilla is a Click to show or hide the answer
The ProducersName of the musical Click to show or hide the answer
Psycho Norman Bates's shower scene victim Click to show or hide the answer
Played by (1960) Click to show or hide the answer
(1998) Click to show or hide the answer
Said to have been used for blood, in the shower scene Click to show or hide the answer
The Railway Children (1970) Roberta Click to show or hide the answer
Phyllis Click to show or hide the answer
Peter Click to show or hide the answer
The children's mother Click to show or hide the answer
The children's father (who only appears at the end) Click to show or hide the answer
Surname of the family (apparently not mentioned in the book) Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the station porter Click to show or hide the answer
Played by Click to show or hide the answer
Real–life station (near Keighley, West Yorkshire) used as a location Click to show or hide the answer
Director (previously known as an actor) Click to show or hide the answer
Rambo (series) Rambo's first name Click to show or hide the answer

Rear Window
  1954 1998
Male lead Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
Female lead Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer

The Road To … (series) The first Road film (Victor Schertzinger 1947; Hope, Crosby, Lamour) Click to show or hide the answer
Shrek Voice of Shrek Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Princess Fiona Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Donkey, the donkey Click to show or hide the answer
Evil lord who wants to marry Fiona (voiced by John Lithgow) Click to show or hide the answer
Shrek 2 Voice of Prince Charming Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of King Harold Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Puss in Boots ("Latin heart–throb") Click to show or hide the answer
The Silence of the Lambs Wine that Hannibal Lecter washed down his liver and fava beans with Click to show or hide the answer
Silent Movie The only audible word in the film is spoken (ironically) by Click to show or hide the answer
Singin' in the Rain (1952) Female lead (Kathy Selden) Click to show or hide the answer
Mixed with water to make the rain more visible Click to show or hide the answer
Slumdog Millionaire The final question was worth Click to show or hide the answer
Answer to the final question Click to show or hide the answer
Some Like It Hot (1959)Instrument played by Marilyn Monroe's character (Sugar Kane) Click to show or hide the answer
Speed (1994)The bus must not go slower than Click to show or hide the answer
The StingSet in Click to show or hide the answer
Victim of the fraud (Doyle Lonnegan) played by Click to show or hide the answer
Starsky and Hutch (2004) Starsky Click to show or hide the answer
Hutch Click to show or hide the answer
Huggy Bear Click to show or hide the answer
Straw Dogs (1971) Set in a village in Click to show or hide the answer
Stuart Little (2000) Voice of the eponymous mouse Click to show or hide the answer
The Taking of Pelham 123 Pelham 123 was a Click to show or hide the answer
10Music that Bo Derek's character finds so arousing Click to show or hide the answer
Ten Things I Hate About You (1999)... is loosely based on (Shakespeare play) Click to show or hide the answer
Terminator (1984, and sequels)Waitress and college student pursued by the eponymous cyborg – played by Linda Hamilton Click to show or hide the answer
"Artificial superintelligence system" (originally developed for the US military by Cyberdyne Systems) that sent the Terminator back to 1984 to find and kill Sarah Connor Click to show or hide the answer
Terms of Endearment (1983) Aurora Greenway Click to show or hide the answer
Aurora's daughter Emma Click to show or hide the answer
Garrett Breedlove – the womanizing, alcoholic retired astronaut and next door neighbour, who forms a relationship with Aurora Click to show or hide the answer
Thelma and Louise Thelma Yvonne Dickinson Click to show or hide the answer
Louise Elizabeth Sawyer Click to show or hide the answer
The Third Man Producer Click to show or hide the answer
Set in Click to show or hide the answer
The Thirty–Nine Steps The steps were in (in the Robert Powell version) Click to show or hide the answer
This Sporting Life (1963) Featured sport Click to show or hide the answer
Three Amigos (1986) Lucky Day Click to show or hide the answer
Dusty Bottoms Click to show or hide the answer
Ned Nederlander Click to show or hide the answer
Three Men and a Baby (1987) Played the mother of Ted Danson's character – won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar 1948 for Gentleman's Agreement Click to show or hide the answer
The Three Musketeers (1973) d'Artagnan Click to show or hide the answer
Athos Click to show or hide the answer
Porthos Click to show or hide the answer
Aramis Click to show or hide the answer
King Louis XIII of France Click to show or hide the answer
Anne of Austria (Queen of Louis XIII) Click to show or hide the answer
Cardinal Richelieu Click to show or hide the answer
Milady de Winter – Richelieu's spy, whom he asks to seduce the Duke of Buckingham Click to show or hide the answer
Count de Rochefort (better known as 'The Man from Meung') Click to show or hide the answer
The Duke of Buckingham (described in the novel as "the handsomest gentleman and the most elegant cavalier of France or England" – the secret lover of Anne of Austria Click to show or hide the answer
Constance Bonacieux (dressmaker to the Queen) – with whom d'Artagnan has an affair Click to show or hide the answer
M. Bonacieux – d'Artagnan's landlord, and his lover's husband Click to show or hide the answer
Planchet – d'Artagnan's brave, intelligent and loyal servant Click to show or hide the answer
Titanic (1997) Captain Edward Smith Click to show or hide the answer
Tommy (1975) Mrs. (Nora) Walker – Tommy's mother Click to show or hide the answer
Group–Captain Walker (Tommy's father) Click to show or hide the answer
Tommy Click to show or hide the answer
'Uncle' Frank Hobbs Click to show or hide the answer
The Pinball Wizard Click to show or hide the answer
The Acid Queen Click to show or hide the answer
The Preacher – who promises a cure through contact with a giant statue of Marilyn Monroe Click to show or hide the answer
Uncle Ernie Click to show or hide the answer
Cousin Kevin Click to show or hide the answer
The Specialist – who devises a cure through a shock to compare with the one that originally traumatised Tommy (achieved by the smashing of the mirror that fascinates him) Click to show or hide the answer
Tootsie (1982) Dustin Hoffman's character (real name) Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the female persona he adopted Click to show or hide the answer
Top Gun (1986) Codename of Tom Cruise's character Click to show or hide the answer
Codename of Val Kilmer's character (the top student at the Top Gun school, and as such the chief rival to Tom Cruise's character) Click to show or hide the answer
Song that Tom Cruise sings to Kelly McGillis in a crowded bar Click to show or hide the answer
Trading Places (1983) Actors whose characters swap lives Louis Winthorpe III Click to show or hide the answer
Billy Ray ValentineClick to show or hide the answer
The Trouble with Harry (Hitchcock, 1955) The trouble with Harry was that ... Click to show or hide the answer

True Grit   1969 2010
Reuben 'Rooster' Cogburn Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
La Boeuf (Texas ranger) Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer

The Untouchables (1987) Eliot Ness Click to show or hide the answer
Al Capone Click to show or hide the answer
Jim Malone (Irish–American cop) Click to show or hide the answer
2001: a Space Odyssey Name of the spaceship Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the computer Click to show or hide the answer
The Discovery mission is investigating a mysterious signal from the direction of the planet Click to show or hide the answer
Watership Down (1978) Voice of Hazel Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Fiver Click to show or hide the answer
Wayne's World Wayne's surname Click to show or hide the answer
Wayne's sidekick (played by Dana Carvey) Click to show or hide the answer
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) Former child star 'Baby Jane' Hudson Click to show or hide the answer
Baby Jane's sister Blanche – whose acting career has flourished while Jane's has nosedived Click to show or hide the answer
Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Roger's voluptuous human wife – voiced by Kathleen Turner Click to show or hide the answer
The Witches of Eastwick Alexandra Medford Click to show or hide the answer
Sukie Ridgemont Click to show or hide the answer
Jane Spofford Click to show or hide the answer
Withnail and I (1987) Withnail Click to show or hide the answer
'I' (named 'Marwood' in the published screenplay) Click to show or hide the answer
The Wizard of Oz The Wizard lives in the Click to show or hide the answer
Land where Dorothy's house lands (after it's caught up in a tornado) – named after its diminutive inhabitants; the Yellow Brick Road leads from it to the Emerald City Click to show or hide the answer
Dorothy's surname Click to show or hide the answer
Dorothy's dog Click to show or hide the answer
The Scarecrow wanted Click to show or hide the answer
The Tin Man wanted Click to show or hide the answer
The Cowardly Lion wanted Click to show or hide the answer
Killed when Dorothy's house drops on her Click to show or hide the answer
The Wrong Trousers Name of the penguin Click to show or hide the answer
Wuthering Heights (1939) Heathcliff Click to show or hide the answer
Catherine (Earnshaw / Linton) Click to show or hide the answer
Edgar Linton Click to show or hide the answer
Mrs. (Ellen / Nellie) Dean Click to show or hide the answer
YanksMainly filmed in (Greater Manchester town) Click to show or hide the answer
Zoolander (2001, and 2016 sequel) First name of the title character (played by Ben Stiller) Click to show or hide the answer
Hansel McDonald – the rising star who replaces the title character as the top male model Click to show or hide the answer
Judges a "walk–off" between Derek and Hansel (cameo role) Click to show or hide the answer
Zulu Mission station that gave its name to the battle Click to show or hide the answer
Marching song that the British (Welsh) defenders sing in reply to the Zulu warriors' war chant Click to show or hide the answer
Lt. Gonville Bromhead Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
Lt. John Chard Click to show or hide the answer

All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) and Elvira Madigan (1967): both end with Click to show or hide the answer

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