Famous Directors Quiz

Quiz 118 – Round 4 – Famous Directors

Famous Directors Quiz. Quite simply – Who directed the following films?

1. Citizen Kane (1941)

Orson Welles

2. The Godfather (1972)

Francis Ford Coppola

3. Apollo 13 (1995)

Ron Howard

4. Vertigo (1958)

Alfred Hitchcock

5. Back to the Future (1985)

Robert Zemeckis

6. Pulp Fiction (1994)

Quentin Tarantino

7. The Pianist (2002)

Roman Polanski

8. Taxi Driver (1976)

Martin Scorsese

9. Full Metal Jacket (1987)

Stanley Kubrick

10. Edward Scissorhands (1990)

Tim Burton

 

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Valentine's Quiz Questions

Valentine’s Day Quiz – Round 5 – TV and Film

Valentine’s Quiz Questions – This round is all about Valentine-themed and romantic TV and film.

1. What is the first name of Holby City’s Doctor Valentine?

Oliver

2. Who played Shirley Valentine in the 1989 film?

Pauline Collins

3. In the 1993 film ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ the main characters, Sam and Annie, finally get together on Valentine’s Day – At which building do they meet?

The Empire State Building

4. Which English actor played Toby Meres in ‘Callan’, A.J. Raffles in ‘Raffles’ and George Wilson in ‘Coronation Street’?

Anthony Valentine

5. In the Simpsons episode ‘I Love Lisa’, who does Lisa give a Valentine’s Day card to when she realises that he hasn’t received any?

Ralph Wiggum

6. In one Valentine’s Day ‘Friends’ episode Joey accidentally sets Chandler up on a blind date with Janice when Chandler agrees to go on a double date. What is the episode called? ‘The One with the…’

Candy Hearts

7. The 2010 film ‘Valentine’s Day’ tells the story of various interconnected residents of which US city?

Los Angeles

8. In which 1994 romantic comedy film does Andie McDowell’s character Carrie say “Is it still raining? I hadn’t noticed” after Charles declares his love for her in the pouring rain?

Four Weddings and a Funeral

9. In a ‘Frasier’ episode entitled ‘Three Valentines’, two of the characters decide to have a meal together when they realise that neither has a date. Which two?

Martin and Daphne

10. In which 1987 romantic comedy film does an Italian-American woman played by Cher fall in love with her fiancé’s younger brother, who was played by Nicholas Cage?

Moonstruck

 

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TV Character Quiz

Quiz 116 – Round 6 – TV and Film

TV Character Quiz – How well do you know your British TV shows and characters? We will give you the name of an actor and a UK TV show they star/starred in. You need to give us the name of the character they play/played in the show.

1. David Tennant in ‘Broadchurch’

Alec Hardy

2. Philip Glenister in ‘Life on Mars’

Gene Hunt

3. Jenny Agutter in ‘Call the Midwife’

Sister Julienne

4. Sarah Lancashire in ‘Happy Valley’

Catherine Cawood

5. Bill Pertwee in ‘Dad’s Army’

Chief Warden Hodges

6. Jane Horrocks in ‘Absolutely Fabulous’

Bubble

7. Ardal O’Hanlon in ‘Father Ted’

Father Dougal McGuire

8. Helen Mirren in ‘Prime Suspect’

DCI Jane Tennison

9. Danny O’Carroll in ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys’

Buster Brady

10. Wendy Richard in ‘Are You Being Served?’

Miss Shirley Brahms

 

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Christmas TV Quiz

Christmas Quiz 4 – Round 5 – Christmas Television

1. In ‘Vicar of Dibley: The Christmas Lunch Incident’ (1996), the vicar reluctantly accepts invitations to too many Christmas dinners – How many Christmas dinners did Geraldine have?

Four (1: Frank Pickle and Jim Trott, 2: David and Hugo Horton, 3: Alice and her mother and sister and 4: Owen Newitt)

2. The 2000 Christmas show ‘Victoria Wood with All the Trimmings’ ended with a musical finale centred around which female politician?

Ann Widdecombe

3. In the 2012 Mrs Brown’s Boys Christmas special, ‘Mammy Christmas’, Agnes is disappointed to discover that the nativity play has been cancelled and decides to stage her own. Which role does Mrs Brown play?

The Virgin Mary

4. Which member of ‘The Royle Family’ was born on Christmas Day?

Baby David (Surname: Best, born on Christmas Day 1999)

5. Who got married in the 2015 Christmas Special of ‘Downton Abbey’, which was also the grand finale?

Edith and Bertie

6. In which year did ‘Christmas with Morecambe and Wise’ feature Eric Morecambe playing a strange version of Grieg’s Piano Concerto before informing André Previn that he was playing “All the right notes but not necessarily in the right order”?

1971

7. In the 2003 ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ Christmas special entitled ‘Cold Turkey’, Patsy is rushed to hospital and Edina is informed that ‘Miss Stone has died.’ In fact, it was not Patsy who had died but her sister. Who played Patsy’s sister?

Kate O’Mara

8. In a December 2002 Friends episode, Chandler is forced to work away from home for Christmas, although he quits his job and goes back to Monica after a female co-worker makes a pass at him. In which US city had he been working?

Tulsa

9. ‘To the Manor Born’ revisited our screens for a Christmas special in 2007 where Richard and Audrey made plans to celebrate a special wedding anniversary. Which anniversary was it?

Silver/25 years

10. At the end of 1999, a ‘Dinnerladies’ episode was broadcast that was named after an important word that Bren couldn’t pronounce. What was it?

Minnellium (instead of millennium – accept either answer)

 

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Superhero Quiz

Quiz 112 – Round 2 – Super Heroes

In this superhero quiz all your contestants need to do is identify these superheroes from the name of the alter-ego.

1. Bruce Wayne

Batman

2. Tony Stark

Ironman

3. Bruce Banner

The Incredible Hulk

4. Peter Parker

Spiderman

5. Hal Jordan

Green Lantern

6. Matt Murdock

Daredevil

7. Clark Kent

Superman

8. Barry Allen

The Flash

9. Diana Prince

Wonder Woman

10. Reed Richards

Mister Fantastic

 

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Film Quotes Quiz

Quiz 112 – Round 6 – Film Quotes

Film quotes quiz – From which film are the following quotes taken?

1. “What if Andy gets another dinosaur? A mean one? I just don’t think I can take that kind of rejection!”

Toy Story (1995)

2. “Story of my life. I always get the fuzzy end of the lollipop.”

Some Like It Hot (1959)

3. ” I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.”

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

4. “All you need is love. John Lennon. Smart man. Shot in the back, very sad.”

Independence Day (1996)

5. “Peachy keen, Jelly Bean.”

Grease (1978)

6. “Close your mouth, please, Michael. We are not a codfish.”

Mary Poppins (1964)

7. “Hammond, after some consideration, I’ve decided not to endorse your park.”

Jurassic Park (1993)

8. “You’re pirates. Hang the code and hang the rules. They’re more like guidelines anyway.”

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

9. “Your eyes are full of hate, forty-one. That’s good. Hate keeps a man alive. It gives him strength.”

Ben-Hur (1959)

10. “Allow myself to introduce… myself.”

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)

 

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famous duos

Quiz 111 – Round 6 – Famous Duos

The following are all famous duos, either real or fictional. They could be comedy partners, crime partners or singing partners. They are well-known by their surnames, but do you know their first names?

1. Cannon and Ball

Tommy Cannon and Bobby Ball

2. Starsky and Hutch

David Starsky and Kenneth Hutchinson

3. Cagney and Lacey

Christine (Chris) Cagney and Mary Beth Lacey

4. Laurel and Hardy

Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy

5. Hall & Oates

Daryl Hall and John Oates

6. Randall and Hopkirk

Jeffrey (Jeff) Randall and Martin (Marty) Hopkirk

7. French and Saunders

Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders

8. Mulder and Scully

Fox Mulder and Dana Scully

9. Dalziel and Pascoe

Andrew (Andy) Dalziel and Peter Pascoe

10. Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde

 

 

 

 

 

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Halloween Film Quiz

Halloween Quiz 2 – Round 5 – TV and Film

Halloween Film Quiz – Can you identify the horror films from the taglines?

1. “The monster demands a mate!” (1935)

The Bride of Frankenstein

2. “If Nancy doesn’t wake up screaming, she won’t wake up at all…”  (1984)

A Nightmare on Elm Street

3. “They’re here.” (1982)

Poltergeist

4. “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” (1980)

The Shining

5. “We dare you to say his name five times.” (1992)

Candyman

6. “Check in. Relax. Take a shower.” (1998)

Psycho (remake)

7. “Who will survive and what will be left of them?” (1974)

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

8. “Be afraid. Be very afraid.” (1986)

The Fly

9. “Someone has taken their love of scary movies one step too far. Solving this mystery is going to be murder.” (1996)

Scream

10. “He’ll tear your soul apart.” (1987)

Hellraiser

 

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Quiz 108 – Round 6 – TV and Film

Soap Actor Quiz – Which actors play/played the following soap characters?

1. Rita Sullivan (Coronation Street)

Barbara Knox

2. Lisa Dingle (Emmerdale)

Jane Cox

3. Archie Mitchell (EastEnders)

Larry Lamb

4. Jimmy Corkhill (Brookside)

Dean Sullivan

5. Mercedes McQueen (Hollyoaks)

Jennifer Metcalfe

6. Joe Sugden (Emmerdale Farm/Emmerdale)

Frazer Hines

7. Meg Mortimer (Crossroads)

Noele Gordon

8. Julia Parsons (Doctors)

Diane Keene

9. Mick Carter (EastEnders)

Danny Dyer

10. Jan Howard (Howard’s Way)

Jan Harvey

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 105 – Round 5 – TV and Film

The following are all famous film quotes – can you identify the film from which the quotes have been taken?

1. “They call me Mister Tibbs!”

In the Heat if the Night (1967)

2. “You make me want to be a better man.”

As Good as It Gets (1997)

3. “Chewie, we’re home!”

Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (2015)

4. “Badges? We ain’t got no badges. We don’t need no badges. I don’t have to show you any stinkin’ badges!”

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)

5. “I’m the king of the world!”

Titanic (1997)

6. “I am big! It’s the pictures that got small.”

Sunset Boulevard (1950)

7. “Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.”

The Princess Bride (1987)

8. “Do you ever look at someone and wonder, “What is going on inside their head?””

Inside Out (2015)

9. “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.”

Jaws (1975)

10. “Take your stinkin’ paws off me, you damned dirty ape!”

Planet of the Apes (1968)

 

 

 

 

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Initials

Quiz 101 – Round 5 – Initials

Everyone now knows ‘The Only Way is Essex’ as TOWIE – so we have taken some other well-known TV programmes with long names and turned them into acronyms – can you work out what they are? All are either British or US TV programmes. Beware – some are new shows and some are much older… Clues are in brackets if required.

1. EOOTC (Panel show)

Eight out of Ten Cats

2. ASFF (Game Show)

All Star Family Fortunes

3. TFARORP (Sitcom)

The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin

4. OITNB (Drama)

Orange is the New Black

5. SNATLP (Entertainment)

Sunday Night at the London Palladium

6. TPOLAAPOC (Sitcom)

Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps

7. TBBT (Comedy)

The Big Bang Theory

8. NMTB (Panel Show)

Never Mind the Buzzcocks

9. MPFC (Comedy)

Monty Python’s Flying Circus

10. TMPD (Quiz Show)

The Million Pound Drop

 

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Quiz 99 – Quiz 4 – TV and Film

This round is all about film presidents. Who played the US president in the following films? Some played real presidents, some played fictional ones.

1. Independence Day (1996)

Bill Pullman (Fictional – President Thomas J. Whitmore)

2. Love Actually (2003)

Billy Bob Thornton (Fictional – unnamed)

3. Canadian Bacon (1995)

Alan Alda (Fictional – unnamed)

4. The Patriot (2000)

Terry Layman (George Washington)

5. Air Force One (1997)

Harrison Ford (Fictional – President James Marshall)

6. The Pelican Brief (1993)

Robert Culp (Fictional – unnamed)

7. Abraham Lincoln (1930)

Walter Huston (Abraham Lincoln)

8. Meteor (1979)

Henry Fonda (Fictional – unnamed)

9. Deep Impact (1998)

Morgan Freeman (Fictional – Tom Beck)

10. Mars Attacks! (1996)

Jack Nicolson (Fictional – President James Dale) 

 

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Quiz 98 – Round 2 – TV and Film

Who played the following iconic British sitcom characters? Please be aware that some of the shows have also been produced in the U.S. and in these cases we are still looking for the British actors and British versions.

1. Sir Humphrey Appleby in ‘Yes, Prime Minister.’

Nigel Hawthorne

2. Bernard Black in ‘Black Books.’

Dylan Moran

3. David Brent in ‘The Office.’

Ricky Gervais

4. Damien Day in ‘Drop the Dead Donkey.’

Stephen Tompkinson

5. Frank Gallagher in ‘Shameless.’

David Threlfall

6. Susan Harper in ‘My Family.’

Zoë Wanamaker

7. Hyacinth Bucket in ‘Keeping Up Appearances.’

Patricia Routledge

8. Robert Hiller in ‘Two’s Company.’

Donald Sinden

9. Nessa Jenkins in ‘Gavin and Stacey.’

Ruth Jones

10. Father Ted Crilly in ‘Father Ted.’

Dermot Morgan

 

 

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Picture Round

Quiz 97 – Round 1 – Picture Round

BAFTA best actress in a leading role – 1968 – present.

 

 

 

1. Kate Winslet

The Reader – 2008

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2. Liza Minnelli

Cabaret – 1972

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3. Brenda Blethyn

Secrets & Lies – 1996

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4. Imelda Staunton

Vera Drake – 2004

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5. Natalie Portman

Black Swan 2010

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6.Pauline Collins

Shirley Valentine – 1989

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7. Cate Blanchett

Elizabeth – 1998

Blue Jasmine – 2013

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8. Dame Judi Dench

Mrs Brown – 1997

Iris – 2001

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9. Marion Cotillard

La Vie en Rose – 2007

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10. Dame Maggie Smith

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie – 1969

A Private Function – 1984

A Room With a View – 1986

The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne – 1988

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Quiz 97 – Round 5 – TV and Film

1. Which British sitcom was set in Whitbury New Town Leisure Centre?

The Brittas Empire

2. Who hosts ITV daytime quiz show ‘Tipping Point’?

Ben Shepherd

3. Which film won Oscars in 2016 for Cinematography and Directing as well as Best Actor in a Leading Role?

The Revenant (Leonardo DiCaprio)

4. In which county is the award-winning drama ‘Happy Valley’ set?

West Yorkshire 

5. Ali G is a famous character portrayed by Sacha Baron Cohen – but what is Ali G’s full name?

Alistair (Leslie) Graham

6. Kellie Bright is now known for playing Linda Carter in Eastenders, but in which 90s sitcom did she play Joanna Burrows?

The Upper Hand

7. What was the name of the fictional ranch used as the setting for Bonanza?

Ponderosa

8. The TV entertainment show ‘Gladiators’ was originally hosted by Ulrika Jonsson and which former footballer?

John Fashanu

9. Which 1960s science-fiction puppet character was voiced by Francis Matthews?

Captain Scarlet

10. What was the maiden name of Cassandra Trotter in ‘Only Fools and Horses’?

Parry

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 96 – Round 2 – TV and Film

Which famous actors and actresses played the following roles?

1. Richard in ‘The Love Punch’, Sam in ‘Mamma Mia!’ and Harry Dalton in ‘Dante’s Peak.’

Pierce Brosnan

2. Nick Dunne in ‘Gone Girl’, Tony Mendez in ‘Argo’ and Chuckie Sullivan in ‘Good Will Hunting.’

Ben Affleck

3. Letha in ‘Return from Witch Mountain’, Baby Jane Hudson in ‘What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?’ and Margo Channing in ‘All About Eve.’

Bette Davis

4. Margaret Tate in ‘The Proposal’, Ashburn in ‘The Heat’ and Annie in ‘Speed.’

Sandra Bullock

5. John Bennett in ‘Ted’, Micky Ward in ‘The Fighter’ and Mickey in ‘The Basketball Diaries.’

Mark Wahlberg

6. Harry Zimm in ‘Get Shorty, Buck Barrow in ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ and Lex Luthor in ‘Superman.’

Gene Hackman

7. Julie in ‘Tootsie’, Patsy Cline in ‘Sweet Dreams’ and Leigh Bowden in ‘Cape Fear.’

Jessica Lange

8. Kay in ‘Men in Black’, Clay Shaw in ‘JFK’ and Samuel Gerard in ‘The Fugitive.’ 

Tommy Lee Jones

9. Vice President Kathryn Bennett in ‘Air Force One’, Cruella de Vil in ‘101 Dalmatians’ and Nova Prime in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy.’

Glenn Close

10. Cedric Diggory in ‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’, Edward Cullen in ‘Twilight’ and Jacob in ‘Water for Elephants.’

Robert Pattinson

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 95 – Round 2 – TV and Film

James Bond theme quiz – Who performed the following James Bond theme tunes?

1. Diamonds are Forever

Shirley Bassey

2. Live and Let Die

Paul McCartney and Wings

3. The Spy Who Loved Me

Carly Simon

4. For Your Eyes Only

Sheena Easton

5. The Living Daylights

A-ha

6. License to Kill

Gladys Knight

7. GoldenEye

Tina Turner

8. Spectre

Sam Smith

9. The World is Not Enough

Garbage

10. Quantum of Solace

Jack White and Alicia Keys

 

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Quiz 94 – Round 4 – TV and Film

This round is all about opening lines of TV theme tunes. Can you identify the theme tune from the opening line?

1. “I’ve been down this road, walking the line that’s painted by pride.”

Ally McBeal (Searchin’ My Soul – Vonda Shepard)

2. “So no one told you life was gonna be this way.”

Friends (I’ll Be There For You – Rembrandts)

3. “Some people stand in the darkness afraid to step into the light.”

Baywatch (I’ll Be There – Jimi Jamison)

4. “Our whole universe was in a hot, dense state.”

Big Bang Theory (Big Bang Theory Theme – Barenaked Ladies)

5. “When you walk through the garden, you gotta watch your back.”

The Wire (Way Down in the Hole – Tom Waits)

6. “Wheels on fire, rolling down the road.”

Absolutely Fabulous (The Wheel’s on fire – Originally by Bob Dylan)

7. “Stick a pony in me pocket.”

Only Fools and Horses (John Sullivan)

8. “They say I might as well face the truth.”

One Foot in the Grave (Eric Idle)

9. “Sometime I sit, yeah, feeling alone, no one to talk to, I got no telephone.”

Boon (Hi Ho Silver – Jim Diamond)

10. “Ground floor: Perfumery, stationery and leather goods…”

Are You Being Served (Written by David Croft and Ronnie Hazlehurst, voice of Stephanie Gathercole)

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 93 – Round 5 – TV and Film

1. In which 1990s sitcom did Angus Deayton and Janine Duvitski play Patrick and Pippa, the couple next door to the leading characters?

One Foot in the Grave

2. What is the name of the song used as the theme tune to M*A*S*H?

Suicide is Painless

3. Who played Ross Poldark in the 2015 return of the show?

Aidan Turner

4. Who won Celebrity Big Brother in early 2016?

Scotty T (Geordie Shore)

5. Which late 80s and early 90s sitcom starred Emma Wray, Paul Bown, Liza Tarbuck and John Bowler?

Watching

6.  Who directed and starred in the 2014 film ‘Chef’ as Carl Casper, a chef who loses his restaurant job and starts up a food truck to make ends meet?

Jon Favreau

7. Which actress from the ‘Golden Age of Hollywood’ died in 2015 and starred in films such as ‘How Green Was My Valley’, ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ and ‘The Wings of Eagles’?

Maureen O’Hara

8. What do Adam West, George Clooney and Val Kilmer all have in common?

They have all played Batman

9. Who wrote the novella on which the hugely successful 1994 film ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ was based?

Stephen King

10. Which British teen drama starred Kaya Scodelario, Nicholas Hoult, Joe Dempsie and Hannah Murray?

Skins

 

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 91 – Round 2 – TV and Film

Actors Quiz – we’ll give you three roles and the film title – Can you tell us which actor has played all three?

1. The Met Chief Inspector in ‘Hot Fuzz’, Davy Jones in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End’ and Douglas Ainslie in ‘The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.’

Bill Nighy

2. Emmeline Pankhurst in ‘Suffragette’, Clarissa Vaughan in ‘The Hours’ and Madeline Ashton in ‘Death Becomes Her.’

Meryl Streep

3. Vivian Van Damm in ‘Mrs Henderson Presents’, Smee in ‘Hook’ and Lou Landsky in ‘Mermaids.’

Bob Hoskins

4. Jamie in ‘Love Actually’, Geoffrey Clifton in ‘The English Patient’ and Eric in ‘The Railway Man.’

Colin Firth

5. Cathy in ‘Wuthering Heights’, George Sand in ‘A Song to Remember’ and Lady Blakeney in ‘The Scarlet Pimpernel.’

Merle Oberon

6. Robert MacDougal in ‘Entrapment’, Professor Henry Jones in ‘Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade’ and Marko Ramius in ‘The Hunt for Red October.’

Sean Connery

7. Mary Boleyn in ‘The Other Boleyn Girl’, Kay Lake in ‘The Black Dahlia’ and Charlotte in ‘Lost in Translation.’

Scarlett Johansson

8. Aunt Adelaide in ‘Nanny McPhee’, Ruth in ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ and Edwina Brown in ‘National Velvet.’

Angela Lansbury

9. Bill Marks in ‘Non-Stop’, Ducard in ‘Batman Begins’ and Daniel in ‘Love Actually.’

Liam Neeson

10. Robin Lerner in ‘Deep Impact’, Ruth Willcox in ‘Howards End’ and Guinevere in ‘Camelot.’

Vanessa Redgrave

 

 

 

 

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