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"Greed, for lack of a better word, is good. Greed is right. Greed works. Greed clarifies, cuts through, and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit. Greed, in all of its forms." Gordon Gecko played by Michael Douglas in Wall Street.
"I’m as mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!" Howard Beale Peter Finch Network 1976
"Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer." Michael Corleone played by Al Pacino The Godfather Part II 1974
"You don’t understand! I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I could’ve been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am." Terry Malloy  played by Marlon Brando On the Waterfront 1954
"Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore." Dorothy Gale played by Judy Garland The Wizard of Oz 1939
"The stuff that dreams are made of." Sam Spade played by Humphrey Bogart in The Maltese Falcon 1941
"I’ll have what she’s having." Customer Estelle Reiner watching Meg Ryan in When Harry Met Sally… 1989
"Here’s Johnny!" Jack Torrance played by Jack Nicholson in The Shining 1980
"Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary." John Keating played by Robin Williams in Dead Poets Society 1989
"My mother thanks you. My father thanks you. My sister thanks you. And I thank you." George M. Cohan played by James Cagney in Yankee Doodle Dandy 1942
"Rosebud." Charles Foster Kane Orson Welles in Citizen Kane 1941
"Love means never having to say you’re sorry." Jennifer Cavilleri played by Barrett Ali MacGraw in Love Story 1970
"You talkin’ to me?" Travis Bickle played by Robert De Niro Taxi Driver 1976
"Fasten your seatbelts. It’s going to be a bumpy night." Margo Channing played by Bette Davis in All About Eve 1950
"All right, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up." Norma Desmond played by Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard 1950
"You talkin’ to me?" Travis Bickle played by Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver 1976
"I am big! It’s the pictures that got small." Norma Desmond played by Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard 1950
In which film did Frank Sinatra star and sing "High Hopes"?
 Guys and Dolls (1955)
 High Society (1956)
 Pal Joey (1957)
 A Hole in the Head (1959)
Crooner/actor Frank Sinatra sang the popular song "High Hopes" in the Frank Capra film A Hole in the Head, based on the Broadway play of the same name.
James Bond is named after:
Ian Fleming’s uncle.
 A real life British spy.
 An ornithologist.
 A Politician.
Bond was named after the author of Birds of the West Indies. In Die Another Day, Bond uses the profession ornithologist as a cover story.
 American composer/musician Henry Mancini won two of his four career Oscars for which film?
 Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
 Days of Wine and Roses (1962)
 Charade (1963)
 The Pink Panther (1964)
Mancini won Oscars for Best Song ("Moon River") and Best Music Score, both for Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961). He also won another Best Song Oscar for the title theme song for Days of Wine and Roses (1962), and Best Original Music Score for Victor/Victoria (1982).
Who played Bonnie in the film Bonnie and Clyde?
Faye Dunaway played Bonnie in the film Bonnie and Clyde. She costarred with Warren Beatty and Gene Hackman. Morgan Fairchild, who was active in Dallas theatre, began her film career in this film as Faye Dunaway’s stand-in.
Jane Fonda turned down the role of Bonnie Parker. Living in France at the time, she did not want to relocate to the U.S. for the part.
Travelling North was written by one of Australia’s great writers. Was it:
a) Banjo Patterson
b) Tim Winton
c) David Williamson
D) Henry Lawson
David Williamson wrote the screenplay  for Travelling North, based on his successful play. David Williamson is one of Australia’s most successful playwrights with many great films to his credit including Don’s Party, The Club, Phar Lap and Gallipoli to name just a few. The film starred Leo McKern who was best known as Rumpole of the Bailey. Travelling North the stage play opens at the Gold coast Little Theatre, our sponsor, on Sept 11th – Oct 2nd Phone 5532 2096 for bookings.
In the Great Escape what is Steve Mcqueen’s nickname?
 The Mole
 The Cooler King
 The Bike Rider
Steve McQueens nickname in The Great Escape was The Cooler King. Although Steve McQueen did his own motorcycle riding, there was one stunt he did not perform: the hair-raising 60-foot jump over a fence. This was done by McQueen’s friend Bud Ekins, who was managing a Los Angeles-area motorcycle shop when recruited for the stunt. It was the beginning of a new career for Ekins, as he later doubled for McQueen in Bullitt (1968) and did much of the motorcycle riding on the television
"I feel the need, the need for some speed" is a quote from which movie?
 Gone In 60 Seconds
 Days Of Thunder
 The Fast And The Furious
 Top Gun
Top Gun with Tom Cruise featured the line "I feel the need – the need for speed!" The classic quote was voted as the #94 movie quote by the American Film Institute (out of 100).
What was the name of the beach side town where Jaws created havoc?
Amity. Charlton Heston was so annoyed with being rejected for the role of Brody that he later made disparaging comments about Steven Spielberg and vowed never to work with him. He later turned down Spielberg’s offer of the role of General Stilwell in 1941 (1979).
The live shark footage was shot at Seal Rocks (Neptune Islands), South Australia.
After the shark was built, it was never tested in the water, and when it was put in the water at Martha’s Vineyard, it sank straight to the ocean floor. It took a team of divers to retrieve it
The mechanical shark spent most of the movie broken-down, and was unavailable for certain shots. This led Steven Spielberg to use the camera as the "shark", and film from the shark’s point of view. Many think this added to the "chilling/haunting" quality in the final release saying that it would have made it too "cheesy" had they shown the shark as much as originally planned.
In the film Saving Private Ryan, who plays Private Ryan?
 Matt Damon
 Tom Hanks
 Ben Affleck
 Leonardo Di Caprio
Matt Damon played Private Ryan in the film Saving Private Ryan. Steven Spielberg remarked that he cast Matt Damon as Ryan because he wanted an unknown actor with an All-American look. He didn’t know he would win an Oscar for Good Will Hunting (1997) and become an overnight star before the film was released. Director Steven Spielberg originally considered casting Matt Damon after viewing his performance in Courage Under Fire (1996), but thought he was too skinny. Robin Williams introduced Damon to Spielberg on the set of Good Will Hunting (1997), and Spielberg changed his mind. Mel Gibson and Harrison Ford were both considered for the role of Captain John Miller, before Steven Spielberg decided on casting Tom Hanks.
Which superhero had the alterego Bruce Banner?
 Captain America
 The Hulk
Bruce Banner was the alterego of The Incredible Hulk. Johnson changed the name of the Hulk’s comic book alter ego, Dr. (Robert) Bruce Banner, to Dr. David Banner for the TV series. This change was made, according to Johnson, because he did not want the series to be perceived as a comic book series, so he wanted to change what he felt was a staple of comic books, and Stan Lee’s comics in particular, that major characters frequently had alliterative names.[5] On the DVD commentary of the pilot of The Incredible Hulk, Johnson also says that it was a way to honor his son David. "Bruce" ultimately became the TV Banner’s middle name, as it had been in the comics. It is visible on Banner’s tombstone at the end of the pilot episode.
Which Alfred Hitchcock film featured this Academy Award winning song (Que Sera Sera)
That was Melinda Schneider with Que Sera Sera and Congratulations to … for the correct answer that Que Sera Sera was featured in Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much and sung by Doris Day. The film starred James Stewart and Doris Day and it was the second time he filmed Th Man Who Knew Too Much The first time was in 1934 with Edna Best and he always thought he could have improved on it so filmed it again in 1956. The film featured a wonderful score by Bernard Herrmann and the song Que Sera Sera won an Academy Award for Best Song.
Q. Who was in both the 60s and 90s versions of The Thomas Crown Affair?
A. Faye Dunaway
Q. In which 1950’s film, were some of the actors mistakenly wearing wristwatches?
A. Ben Hur
Q. Who played the part of a flustered vicar in 4 Weddings and a Funeral?
A. Rowan Atkinson
Q. In the animated film Fantasia, who plays the part of the sorcerer’s apprentice?
A. Mickey Mouse

Q. Who played Batman in the film ‘Batman forever’?
A. Val Kilmer
Q. Which famous musical featured two gangs called the Sharks and the Jets.
A. West Side Story
Q. In the “Rocky” films, what is Rocky’s surname?
A. Balboa
Q. What was the name of Roy Rogers’ horse?
A. Trigger
What was the name of the Lone Ranger’s horse
Q. Which dentist assisted Wyatt Earp at the OK Corral?
A. Doc Holliday
Q. In which film does Paul Newman’s character eat 50 hard boiled eggs for a bet?
A. Cool Hand Luke
Q. Who played by Popeye Doyle in the ‘French Connection’?
A. Gene Hackman
Q. In which country have all the Lord of The Rings films been filmed?
A. New Zealand
Q. Who was don Diego de la Vega?
A. Zorro
Q. In which country is the 1984 film ‘The Killing Fields’ set?
A. Cambodia
Q. Who played the Sundance Kid in the 1969 film ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’?
A. Robert Redford
Q. Which actress won an Oscar in the 1990s playing the character of Veronica Lake in LA Confidential?
A. Kim Basinger (in ‘L.A. Confidential’)
Q. Who was the wizard in Tolkein’s novel The Hobbit?
A. Gandalf
Q. What is the title of the film about a Scottish village that awakens once every 100 years?
A. Brigadoon
Q. Who plays Lara Croft in the Tomb Raider movies?
A. Angelina Jolie
Q. Which of the 7 dwarfs has the longest name?
A. Bashful
Q. What were the little people in the Wizard of Oz called?
A. Munchkins
Q. Who solves the crime in ‘Death on the Nile’?
A. Hercule Poirot
Q. Who starred in the 1969 film ‘The trouble with girls’?
A. Elvis Presley
Q. Steamboat Willy introduced which famous character to the silver screen in 1928?
A. Mickey Mouse
Q. Which 1972 Marlon Brando film was widely banned?
A. Last Tango in Paris
Q. Who shot Billy the Kid?
A. Pat Garret
Q. What is the first name of Dr. Frankenstein?
A. Victor
Q. What was the name of the family in the Sound of Music?
A. Von Trapp
Q. What was the name of Bruce Wayne’s butler?
A. Alfred
Q. What sport was the subject of the film ‘National Velvet’?
A. Horse racing
What was the address of Sherlock Holmes in London
221b Baker Street
Q. Who led the "Dirty Dozen" in the film of the same name?
A. Lee Marvin
Q. Who was Paul Newman married to?
A. Joanne Woodward
Q. Who is Warren Beatty’s famous sister?
A. Shirley Maclaine
Q. Which extremely popular TV and movie series was originally created by Gene Roddenberry?
A. Star trek
Q. Who won an Oscar for Best Actress for the film Sophie’s Choice?
A. Meryl Streep
Q. Who played the title role in the film Spartacus?
A. Kirk Douglas
Q. Who was the first Bond girl?
A. Usula Andress
Q. Which film gave Jack Nicholson his first Oscar?
A. One flew over the cuckoo’s nest
Q. In which film did Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood sing?
A. Paint your wagon
Q. How many Von Trapp children were there in the Sound of Music?
A. 7
Q. Who was the British actor who won an Oscar for his part in ‘The Bridge over the River Kwai’?
A. Sir Alec Guinness
Q. Which film was based on Philip K. Dick’s novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep"?
A. Bladerunner
Q. From which planet did Spock come in Star Trek?
A. Vulcan
Q. In which American state is the 1953 film "From Here To Eternity" set?
A. Hawaii
Q. Who was the 1st Black actor to win an Oscar?
A. Sidney Poitier
Q. Which actress, upon splitting with her partner said, "At least I can wear high heels now”?
A. Nicole Kidman of Tom Cruise
Q. A Man For All Seasons was a film about which British historical figure?
A. Sir Thomas More
Q. By what nickname is Jack Dawkins known in Oliver Twist?
A. The Artful Dodger
Q. Who was the arch enemy of Sherlock Holmes?
A. Professor Moriarty
Q. From which film does the saying ”Hasta la vista, baby” come?
A. Terminator
Q. In the film Goldfinger, what sort of school was run by Pussy Galore?
A. Flying