The Golden Age of Hollywood: Name These Films
During the golden age of Hollywood, "Gone with the Wind" is the motion picture masterpiece that has stood the test of time. In the film, what did the Wilkes call their plantation?
- Barnsley Gardens
- Hollywood Plantation
- Liberty Hill
- Twelve Oaks
As Charles Foster Kane is lays on his deathbed, dying, he is holding a snow globe before saying what infamous word that remains a mystery throughout the entire film, until the end?
In one of the greatest Christmas films of all time, "It's a Wonderful Life," the film's villain, Mr. Potter, has a first name that is only mentioned once in the film. What was it?
For being one of Hollywood's most iconic actors from the Golden Age of Hollywood, James Dean starred in only three major motion pictures: "East of Eden," "Giant," and what other film?
- Trouble Along the Way
- Has Anybody Seen My Gal?
- Rebel without a Cause
- Sailor Beware
During a rainstorm in "It Happened One Night," Peter hangs a blanket between both of the beds where Ellie and he were going to sleep in order to give each other their privacy. What did he call the blanket?
- The Camptown Fence
- The Walls of Jericho
- Grapes of Wrath
- King Westley
In "The Philadelphia Story," George is a General Manager. What did he do just before he became one?
- Coal miner
- Store clerk
- Auto mechanic
In the beginning of "All About Eve," there is a fake award show that takes place. What was the name of that award show?
- Golden Worlds
- Academy Trophies
- Sarah Siddons
- The Tony's
In the hit film, "Bringing Up Baby," starring Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant, what was the name of the girl who was going to marry David?
- Mrs. Gogarty
- Miss Swallow
While in Paris, Ilsa wore what color dress that Rick mentioned while thinking back and saying, "The Germans wore gray," and she wore what?
Before Dorothy got taken away to the Land of Oz, she was in Kansas where Miss Gulch rode her bike to Dorothy's family farm to accuse Toto of doing what?
- Making her crash her bike
- Biting her
- Eating from her garden
- Chasing away her cats
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Golden Age of Hollywood
The Golden Age of Hollywood released some of the greatest films in cinema history, like "The Wizard of Oz" and "Gone with the Wind". It was also the era that introduced us to legendary actors like Humphrey Bogart, Laurence Olivier, and Jimmy Stewart and actresses like Marlene Dietrich and Donna Reed. It was the era that followed the Second World War and was a perfect way to transition from war to entertainment. It also marked the end of the silent film era and the time that all these major motion picture studios turned into leaders in the film industry. But how many of these films can you remember well enough to take our quiz, and pass?