Here are a list of characters in film that wore an eyepatch.  See if you can name the film, character's name, and actor/actress who portrayed them.  Enjoy!

Born on July 15, 1825, this veteran of the American Civil War served under Confederate guerrilla leader William Quantrill, where he lost his eye. 
Film portrayol in 1969 and remake in 2010.
There was actually also two sequels to the 1969 film.  One in 1975 with the same actor portraying the character, and one in a 1978 made-for-tv film with some guy that had an eyepatch.

2 This 2008 film tells the story of a character based on real-life German army officer and aristocrat who was one of the leading members of the plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler and remove the Nazi Party from power on July 20 1944.  Didn't work though.  He lost his eye and some fingers.

3 Former king of Asgard and father of the character ranked 14th on IGN's Top 100 Comic Book Heroes of All Time in 2011.  Portrayed here in the 2011 film.

4 He is Chancellor Gorkon's chief of staff, and subsequently serves Chancellor Azetbur and an avid fan of William Shakespeare, whom he frequently quotes to the annoyance of the Enterprise crew in this 1991 film of the Star Trek franchise. 


5 A Royal Navy flying aircraft carrier commander. This was actually a small, yet significant role in the 2004 film and the actress only worked on the movie for three days. Despite her small role, she reportedly had conducted hours of interviews with fighter pilots in order to absorb their jargon and get a feel for the role.


6 He is a former Special Forces operator/war hero in World War III turned criminal. His apprehension and coercion by the United States Police Force to secure top-secret material from the ex-cities turned maximum security prisons of New York and Los Angeles play a big role in the 1981 and 1996 films, giving him the role of the main protagonist.

This Spartan soldier narrated the story of Leonidas from his boyhood to becoming a king of Sparta in this 2006 film.


8 2005 Film about a group of college kids on their way to Spring Break that take a detour through an old Southern town. The people of Pleasant Valley (including the pictured "Mayor") insist the kids stay for their annual barbecue celebration... but instead of getting a taste of the old South, the old South gets a taste of them! 


The character is arrogant and tricky, and while following the Red Queen's every order, he is the only one capable of calming her dramatic mood swings. The Red Queen believes he is her lover, but his attempt to seduce Alice and negative reaction to being exiled with the Red Queen at the story's end proves this to be false.


10 In tribute to this title character, a sailor with a quirky personality and a checkered past, and a testimony to the 1992 film's cult following, on September 18, 2007, fans (wearing their best eye-patches and fake battleship tattoos) gathered for the first annual "Ron Con" to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the films release.

11 "Yeah, that's right! You show that turd who's boss!"


12 So Samuel L Jackson plays this guy at the end of every movie that has a super hero in it.  But it still wouldn't have made the list if it weren't for "The Hoff" playing the same character in a 1998 made-for-tv film.
13 AKA California Mountain Snake is a swordswoman who is loyal to Bill. She despises "the bride" immensely, and it is implied that their mutual hatred came to be before the events of this a two-part 2003–2004 film.

14 And what list is complete without a hyper-active karate kid with an erection.  The scenes with this character is the sole reason I have seen this film 27 times.
 
 
These are films with titles that are single-syllable verbs.  Of course many words in the English dictionary interchange between verbs and nouns, so some of these are nouns ALSO, but they are still verbs. 

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Here are a list of movie stills featuring a scene that depicts a psychiatric hospital in some fashion.  Simply name the film. Note that these are not necessarily films about mental illness.  Some are, but some are just one-off scenes in the film.

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1 - Born John Chapman in 1774, he was an American pioneer nurseryman who became an American legend while still alive, largely because of his kind and generous ways, his great leadership in conservation, and the symbolic importance he portrayed.  

2 - Born November 2, 1734.  American pioneer, explorer, and frontiersman whose frontier exploits made him one of the first folk heroes of the United States most famous for his exploration and settlement of what is now the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Died of natural causes September 26, 1820.  

3 - American soldier, bison hunter and showman. He was born in the Iowa Territory (now the American state of Iowa), near LeClaire. He was one of the most colorful figures of the American Old West, and mostly famous for the shows he organized with cowboy themes. Received the Medal of Honor in 1872.

4 - Mythological lumberjack who is usually described as a giant as well as a lumberjack of unusual skill. First documented in the work of U.S. journalist James MacGillivray in 1910. In 1916, as part of an advertising campaign for a logging company, advertisement writer William Laughead reworked the old logging tales into that of a giant lumberjack and gave birth to the modern legend, thereby making him a fakelore character.

5 - Celebrated 19th-century American folk hero, frontiersman, soldier and politician. He is referred to in popular culture after the 1950s as “King of the Wild Frontier.” He represented Tennessee in the U.S. House of Representatives, served in the Texas Revolution, and died at the Battle of the Alamo.

6 - A figure in the American Old West. His skills as a gunfighter and scout, along with his reputation as a lawman, provided the basis for his fame, although some of his exploits are fictionalized. His nickname has inspired similar nicknames for men known for their daring in various fields.

7 - American folk hero, notable for having raced against a steam powered hammer and won, only to die in victory with his hammer in his hand. He has been the subject of numerous songs, stories, plays, and novels. He had a 20 pound hammer that he thought was light. He was 6 feet tall, and weighed about 200 pounds.

8 - Frontierswoman, and professional scout best known for her claim of being an acquaintance of Wild Bill Hickok, but also for having gained fame fighting Native American Indians. She is said to have been a woman who also exhibited kindness and compassion, especially to the sick and needy. This contrast helped to make her a famous and infamous frontier figure.

9 - American railroad engineer from Jackson, Tennessee, who worked for the Illinois Central Railroad (IC). On April 30, 1900, he alone was killed when his passenger train, the "Cannonball Express," collided with a stalled freight train at Vaughan, Mississippi, on a foggy and rainy night.
His dramatic death, trying to stop his train and save lives, made him a hero; he was immortalized in a popular ballad sung by his friend Wallace Saunders, an African American engine wiper for the IC.

10 - He served the Russian military until 1750 and took part in two campaigns against the Ottoman Turks. Returning home, he told outrageously farfetched stories about his adventures and his astounding feats included riding cannonballs, travelling to the Moon, and escaping from a swamp by pulling himself up by his own hair.

11 - An American cowboy who was immortalized in numerous tall tales of the Old West during American westward expansion into the Southwest of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. This fakelore stories, including one with him riding a tornado, were most likely invented by Edward O'Reilly in the early 20th Century.

12 - Hunter, trapper, fur trader, trailblazer, author, cartographer, and explorer of the Rocky Mountains, the American West Coast and the Southwest during the 19th century. The first white man to travel overland from the Salt Lake frontier, the Colorado River, the Mohave Desert, and finally into California. Surviving three massacres and one bear mauling, his explorations and documented discoveries were highly significant in opening the American West to expansion by white settlers and cattlemen. An account of his death includes an encounter with 15-20 Comanches at the age of 32.

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1 - This SNL film has been said to have made an "accidental" or
"unintentional" political statement or social commentary about the
nature of the immigrant experience in America.

2 - Rated #4 in Entertainment Weekly's Top 25 Worst Sequels Ever Made (2008).

3 - This film's use of a classic song propelled it number 2 in the
Billboard singles charts nearly 20 years after its first release.

4 - A Comedy That Proves Love Is A Many Gendered Thing.

5 - I'm Good Enough, I'm Smart Enough, and Doggone It, People Like Me!

6 - This film follows the Butabi brothers.

7 - An ugly duckling at St. Monica High School, has a dream: to be kissed soulfully.

8 - At time of release, this film held the world record for the number of
cars crashed.

9 - He proclaims that he would court any woman at all, including skanks,
providing the woman weighs no more than 250 pounds.

10 - An ex-special operative is called back into action to take down his
archenemy who's in possession of a nuclear warhead and bent on
destroying Washington, D.C.

11 - Name the only other SNL spin off film not listed (as of 2011)

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Here is a list of characters in films that have sequels.  Who played them in the original and in its sequel ?

1 - Danny Ocean
2 - Dr. John Dolittle
3 - Willy Wonka
4 - Max Cady
5 - Longfellow Deeds
6 - Paul Crewe
7 - Norman Bates
8 - Thomas Crown
9 - Willie Stark
10 - Ben Wade
11 - Reuben J. "Rooster" Cogburn

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See if you can name the film these 1980s NES games are based off of.
 
 
Here are list of movie characters.  Can you tell me who all portrayed the character and in what films? 
Here's a hint:  This list does NOT contain any "remakes" and these are all live action films...no voice work.
   
1 - Obi-Wan Kenobi (2 actors, 6 films)
2 - Clarice Starling (2 actors, 2 films)
3 - Howard Hughes (4 actors, 4 films)
4 - Jack Ryan (3 actors, 4 films)
5 - John Conner (3 actors, 3 films)
6 - Vito Corleone (2 actors, 2 films) 
7 - Jennifer Parker (2 actors, 3 films)
8 - RoboCop (2 actors, 3 films)
9 - Alfred Pennyworth (3 actors, 8 films)
10 - Barney Rubble (2 actors, 2 films)

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Here are a list of films that have time travel as a major theme.  See how many you can name...