The Return of the Classic Film Clip Quiz


The Return of the Classic Film Clip Quiz

    Let us reintroduce this minor little visual quiz where we ask the musical question: Name the film clips shown. (Well, it’s not really a question, but it’s our discretion to confuse and befuddle as much as possible.) Be warned, there are over two hundred films shown (give or take a hundred) so this may be time consuming. As usual, anyone who solves the puzzle with 100% accuracy will receive the CSR Culture Shock Award. Good luck.

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8 Responses to The Return of the Classic Film Clip Quiz

  1. beetleypete says:

    I actually started to write them down!
    The Killing of Sister George
    The Caine Mutiny
    Yankee Doodle Dandy
    Funny Girl
    And many more…
    Then my hand started to get tired, and I had to keep pressing ‘pause’.
    That was a long afternoon, but an enjoyable one.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Alex Good says:

    I think I got about a hundred of them.

    Give or take a hundred.

    Nice work!

    • Wow, that’s really impressive/unfortunate, depending on your point of view.

      • Alex Good says:

        Well, here are some of the easy ones. I don’t even think they’re all right. There were a few others I half recognized but I didn’t look up the title.

        The Caine Mutiny
        8 1/2
        Funny Girl
        Road Warrior
        Hunchback of Notre Dame
        Foreign Correspondent
        Ben Hur
        Dead of Night
        Agnes of God
        Bridge Over the River Kwai
        Abominable Dr. Phibes
        Seventh Seal
        Von Ryan’s Express
        Night of the Demon
        House of Wax
        Time Machine
        Eyes Without a Face
        Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
        Marathon Man
        What Ever Happened to Baby Jane
        Batman Returns
        Peeping Tom
        The Searchers
        The French Connection
        The Magnificent Seven
        The Longest Day
        Once Upon a Time in the West
        Thief of Baghdad
        Beast from 20,000 Fathoms
        War of the Worlds
        Black Sunday
        The Day of the Jackal
        Birth of a Nation
        The Ruling Class
        Heaven’s Gate
        Bonnie and Clyde
        The Night Porter
        Baron Munchhausen
        Love and Death
        Seven Samurai
        Good the Bad and the Ugly
        100 Rifles
        Last Tango in Paris
        Midnight Cowboy
        Dr. No
        A Night to Remember
        Picnic at Hanging Rock
        Lawrence of Arabia
        The Thing from Another World
        Dr. Strangelove
        West Side Story
        Phantom of the Opera
        Miller’s Crossing
        From Here to Eternity
        The Third Man
        Some Like It Hot

        • Wow, that was impressive, Alex. All are correct except “The Ruling Class”, though oddly enough- you must be a mind reader -that was one of the last movies which didn’t make the cut. So as part of our “Support the Psychics” Week, I’ll give you an honorable mention credit on that one.

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