Callum & Ian's History Quizzes To Get Your Brain Cells Working - Part 4 - LGBT Movie Stars
This is the Fourth Quiz and is based on 'LGBT Movie Stars'. now many of you have been following our LGBT People Of History Series hubs, and will know most of the answers to this Quiz.
Come on and get involved, its great fun and remember its not winning that is important, its the taking part and learning that counts..
Best of luck to you all.
If You Need To Do Some Revision Beforehand? Here Is The Link To Our LGBT Hubs Where You Will Find Your Answers!
- LGBT People Of History Collection
Here are the links to each of the LGBT People Of History hubs that Ian and I have wrote. As mentioned above, each time a new one is published you will find it on here.
Here Are Your Instructions
1 - Get a pen or pencil and a piece of paper, search the house until you find one.
2 - Answer the questions below on your piece of paper, make sure you put the number of the question there too, so you dont get lost.
3 - Then check your answers below to my answers.
4 - Answer the poll and tell me honestly how many you really got right.
Please don't lie and cheat by going to the answers straight away, have an attempt and if you dont know the answer, move on to the next question, NO CHEATING or I will be very upset and you will get sent to your room with out super and will be made to stand on the naughty step!!
Come on this is fun and I am sure you will all enjoy it.
Marlene Dietrich was from which Country?
A – Switzerland
B – Germany
C – Austria
D – France
Which year did actor Rock Hudson die?
A – 1978
B - 1980
C – 1983
D – 1985
Greta Garbo came from which Scandinavian country?
A – Norway
B – Denmark
C – Sweden
D – Finland
James Dean made how many films, starring in a major role?
A – 2
B – 3
C – 4
D – 1
Did Quentin Crisp work as a male prostitute in Soho, London?
True Or False
Okay its time for a break now guys and gal's, the worst is over you are half way through.
We have done the first five questions, so come on, go and have a nice cup of tea, coffee or what ever else you drink and have a rest.
Then come back and strap yourself in for the next five questions.
Come On Lets Go!!!!
Montgomery Clift was born on which date?
A – December 29th 1919
B – September 19th 1920
C – October 17th 1920
D – January 14th 1921
Marlon Brando starred in five films in the 1950s that established his name, but which one did he actually win an Oscar for his performance?
A – On The Waterfront
B – Julius Cesar
C – Viva Sparta
D – The Wild One
E – A Street Car Named Desire
Truman Capote wrote which book that later became a famous film?
A – Breakfast At Tiffany’s
B – Breakfast With Tiffany
C – Breakfast On Tiffany
D – Breakfast In The Morning, Then Shopping With Tiffany
Anthony Perkins first ‘Alfred Hitchcock’ role was in which film?
A – Psycho
B – The Birds
C - To Kill A Mockingbird
D – North By Northwest
Which of the following is not a Richard Chamberlain film?
A – The Count of Monte Cristo
B – The Slipper & The Rose
C – The Thorne Birds
D – The Music Lover
You have done the Quiz, and now its time to have a cup of tea, coffee, a lie down, ciggy or even a nervous break down.
Okay now check your answers below, and tell me honestly how many you got right in the poll..
Thanks again for having a go at this one quiz, and I hope that you have enjoyed it. :)
How Many Did You Really Get Right?See results without voting
Answers To The Ten Questions
Question One - (B) Germany
Question Two - (D) 1985
Question Three - (C) Sweden
Question Four - (B) 3
Question Five - True
Question Six - (C) October 17th 1920
Question Seven - (A) On The Waterfront
Question Eight - (A) Breakfast At Tiffany's
Question Nine - (A) Psycho
Question Ten - (C) The Thorne Birds
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