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Entertainment Quiz #597

Film, Arts, Music & Entertainment Quiz for 25 June 2020

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Which 1937 film, made with altered storylines in 1954 and 1976, tells the story of the rise of a woman star and the fall of her husband who discovered her, due to drink?

A
A Star Is Born
B
Cabaret
C
Don't Eat The Daisies
D
The Lost Weekend
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2

What genre is the masala film "Sholay" (1975), ranked top Indian film of all time in the 2002 British Film Institute's poll, and named the Best Film of 50 Years in the 2005 Filmfare Awards honouring Indian cinema?

A
Romantic comedy
B
Action, adventure, dacoit western
C
Musical comedy
D
Psychological thriller
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3

In 2003, what character was voted by the American Film Institute to be the greatest hero in American film?

A
Atticus Finch
B
James Bond
C
Indiana Jones
D
"Dirty" Harry Callaghan
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4

Which 1957 film directed by David Lean was the story of the construction and demolition of a civil engineering work in Burma?

A
The Bridge On The River Kwai
B
Road To Morocco
C
Ice Station Zebra
D
Hobson's Choice
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5

Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine are associated with what?

A
Architecture
B
Fashion
C
Interior decoration
D
Music composition
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6

What nationality was the writer of the books "Bambi" and "Bambi's Children"?

A
English (Hugh Lofting)
B
American (Walt Disney)
C
American (L. Frank Baum)
D
Austrian (Felix Salten)
Select from the options above.
7

Where did the phrase which is said to have led to "Trip the light fantastic" originate?

A
"Since Robin Hood" (Anon.)
B
"Sidewalks of New York" by Charles B. Lawlor and James W. Blake
C
"L'Allegro" by John Milton
D
"A Whiter Shade of Pale" by Keith Reid
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